Unforgettable Trek To Pin Parvati Pass (5400 Meter)

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Himalayanwomb @himalayanwombOctober 2019 · 2 min read

The Sar pass has already been crossed by two of us from Kasol village. For two consecutive days, we reached the Lake Manatlai, There is a huge glacier ahead, there are deep grooves up to the waist and there is strong rain from above. Amidst heavy cold and hunger, we cross the giant Glacier of Parvati and reached on Pin Parvati Pass from where all the way was buried in the snow.


Parvati Glacier

Till now the rains have been getting very slow, the clouds are strewn from somewhere and colorful lakes are seen on the Parvati glacier. Today only one voice is coming with every breath "where are shepherds?". And after a 55-minute steep climb, the keepers of the mountains are found. Sitting near the fire, the mutual agreement is signed that "we will stop here today".


The way to Pin Parvati Pass

It has been three hours walking on the Parvati glacier and finally we have reached the place from where we took the wrong turn last year, after which we two people reached an altitude of 5400 meters. But today that mistake is not going to happen. Let's go further. A small black lake is seen. Such lakes are called GLOF in mountain terminology.


The Shepherds place

As we walk the next 10 steps, both of us are standing on the Pin Parvati pass for the first time in life. We congratulate each other with shakhed hands. There are Buddhist flags nearby, countless piles of stones. Internet tells the height of 5319 meters of this pass, but our Garmin GPS device was showing the altitude here is 5308 meters. It took us four and a half hours from Mantalai lake to Pin Parvati Pass. From there, the distance is 6.7 km. Total elevation gain was 958 meters.


Moving of Parvati Glacier


GLOF


Far away in Trans Himalayas


The Pin Parvati Pass 5400 Meters


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Impressive!


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It was too hard to reach on top in such a bad weather.


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I can imagine


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It must be a difficult trek but the view worth it, non ?
I like the photo Far away in Trans Himalayas, with this sky and snow.


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This trek counts in difficult trek terrain wise, although we got bad weather every day but it was so real on top, felt like alive. Thanks for words.


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@tipu curate


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Hey thanks there


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Beautiful view...thanks for share your memories.


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Always welcome,


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WOW Your photos are incredible! This must have been an amazing experience. So good so see you back here posting again. RESTEEMED and upvoted,


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Yeah I had, it was a long journey on high altitude where the oxygen level was approximately around 75%. Thanks for support.


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This Picture ist amazing. You have really high quality content!


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I roam around the Himalayas, everything is high quality here. Wishes from mountains.


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Hey there, thanks for support. Have a good day


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You too!!! Thank you for submitting this post!


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Gorgeous pictures. Love from India.


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Thanks bhai, waise to pichale kuch samay me main Solang valley me rahta hoon.


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Wow that's great. I will love to visit it.


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That looks like a place from a different age! Hope to visit Himalaya one day too since my heart is in the mountains :)


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And when you will be in Himalayas from that time it will not it your hand to leave the high mountains spirit.


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adetorrent
Adé @adetorrentOctober 2019

So outworldly


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Thank you so much


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