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Steep Mountains

Yunam Peak Trek

Himachal Pradesh



No of Days

Maximum Altitude

6111 M


INR 25000/- per person Manali to Manali

Available Date

16th September to 23rd September

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About Yunam Peak Trek

Yunam Peak is a trekking peak in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh in Lahaul Valley. Yunam Peak is perfect for those who wants to introduce themselves to the mountaineering expedition, a perfect trekking peak which can be a good option for those who seek a high altitude adrenaline rush.

Here are some general details about the Yunam Peak trek:

  1. Location:

    • Yunam Peak is situated in the Lahaul region of Himachal Pradesh, India.

  2. Altitude:

    • The altitude of Yunam Peak is around 6,111 meters (approximately 20,140 feet).

  3. Difficulty Level:

    • Yunam Peak is considered a challenging trek, suitable for experienced trekkers and climbers. It involves high-altitude trekking and may require technical climbing skills. A person who has an experience in previous High Altitude treks above 5000m to 5500m can join.

  4. Base Camp:

    • The trek to Yunam Peak usually starts from Bharatpur, a town in the Lahaul Valley. The base camp is often set at Tangol or Tandi, depending on the specific trekking route chosen.

  5. Duration:

    • The trek duration can vary, but it typically takes around 7 to 8 days to complete, including acclimatization days and the ascent and descent.

  6. Trekking Route:

    • The trekking route to Yunam Peak takes you through scenic landscapes, including alpine meadows, moraines, and rocky terrains.

    • Acclimatization stops may be included to help trekkers adjust to the high altitude.

  7. Climbing Requirements:

    • As Yunam Peak involves high-altitude climbing, trekkers may need to be equipped with basic mountaineering gear, and technical climbing skills might be required.

  8. Best Time to Trek:

    • The ideal time for the Yunam Peak trek is generally during the summer months, from June to September, when the weather is more favorable for trekking and climbing.

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Day 01

Day 02

Day 03

Day 04

Day 05

Day 06

Day 07

Day 08

Arrival in Manali

  • Arrive in Manali, a picturesque hill station nestled in the Himachal Pradesh.

  • Spend the day exploring Manali, such as Hadimba Temple, Vashisht Hot Springs, and Mall Road.

  • Attend a briefing session with your Trek Leader/Expedition Leader to discuss the upcoming trek.

  • Overnight stay in Manali.

Manali to Keylong/Jispa drive
  • Drive to Keylong 100 km (3080 m)/Jispa 120 km (3200m) via Rohtang pass.

  • Spend the evening in Keylong/Jispa with acclimatization walks and small hiking.

  • Overnight stay in Camp.

Keylong/Jispa to Bharatpur 4,700m
  • Drive to Bharatpur 90km, via Baralachala and witness Deepak Tal, Suraj Tal.

  • On the way Deepak tal, Suraj Tal, Baralacha la 4890 m ( Himachal Pradesh highest motorable pass).

  • Overnight stay at camps

Bharatpur to Base camp 5250m / 17,200ft. Trek: 4.5 km , 4 hrs.
  • Altitude Gain: 550m/ 1,700ft.

  • Today's Terrain is through - Moraine zone, with gradual and steep ascent. Trail is beside the water source, with the base camp situated at the side of a small lake.

  • Overnight stay at camp.

Acclimatization day in Base Camp 5250m. Spend the entire day hiking the area, and check the gears and equipment. Summit Briefing and team role and member role to be announced and briefed by the Trek Leader/Expedition Leader. Overnight stay at camp.

Base camp to Summit (6.5 Kms, 6,111m) and back to Base camp
  • Get up at night at 1AM, and dress up for the summit, start at around sharp 2 AM.

  • Carry enough water, the trail is steep ascent through the moraine zone, sharp rocks, and snow patches.

  • Keep necessary climbing gears ready with yourself which is to be provided and demonstrated by the Team Leader.

  • After summit get back to the Base Camp, relax and cherish the summit.

  • Overnight stay at camp.

Buffer day (Note:- Buffer day is kept mainly for the weather issues. Utilization of the buffer day depending upon the weather conditions and trail conditions, is to be decided by the Team Leader).

Base camp to Bharatpur and drive to Manali
  • Trek: 4.5 km ,2 hrs.

  • Drive: 175 km., 8 hrs.

  • Reach Manali in between 6 to 7 pm.

  • Plan your further travel after 8 pm.

"What included"

Cost of transportation from Manali to Manali

Stay in Manali (Day 1 and Day 8)

Cost of Fooding while on trek (Morning and evening Tea, Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner- meals will be provided. Breakfast-Roti, Sabji/Maggi, etc., Lunch/Dinner-Rice/Roti, Sabji, Dal, Achar, etc.).(Day 1:- Evening Tea to Day 8:- Breakfast)

Technical Camping equipments:- Tents(sharing basis), Sleeping Bag, Mattress, Utensils, Microspikes/Crampons, Technical climbing equipments

Technical Guide,Support staff,cook, Supporting crew.

Cost of Permit fees.

"What not included"

Cost of Personal expenses.

Cost of emergency due to bad weather conditions.

Cost of personal porter for offloading

Meals during transit i.e. meals while on road or travelling will not be provided. Only breakfast will be provided in Last day (Day 8)

Anything which is not mentioned in the inclusion.

Extra Stays.

Things to carry on a Trek
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Booking Policy:

To book your trek, you need to pay 30% of the trek fees as advance. Rest 70% to be paid in cash when you reach the basecamp, to be collected by the team leader.

One can pay the amount online(Net Banking, GPay, UPI ID). 

Details to be shared on request.

Cancellation Policy:

  • 30 days before the trek date, full refund of the paid amount

  • 15 days before the trek date, 50% refund of the paid amount.

  • Cancellation less than 15days to the start date of the trek, no refund possible

  • In case Himalayan Passion cancels the trek or trip, full refund will be paid.

  • One has option to send another person on their behalf.

  • One has option to adjust the paid amount on any other trek, if a person cannot join the trek he/she paid for. 

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