Trek Tirthan

From green valleys and white-water streams to towering snow-capped mountains and high-altitude lakes, there is no better trekking destination than the Tirthan Valley. Bordering the 1,171 sq km, UNESCO-listed Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP), Tirthan is the perfect starting point for a life-changing adventure.

The opportunities are unrivalled. Explore the stunning wilderness of the GHNP on the way to Shilt Hut and the 360-degree panoramas of Rakhundi, enjoy the picturesque Jalori Pass and Serolsar Lake, or embark on the truly challenging, such as the Tirth trek to the source of the Tirthan river and scaling the heights of the famous pilgrimage destination of Shrikhand Mahadev (5227m).

The GNHP is home to many of the rare and endangered species of the Western Himalayas such as the bharal, or blue sheep, Himalayan brown bear, Himalayan tahr, musk deer, goral, barking deer and the elusive king of the mountains, the snow leopard. There is also a chance to spot some rare birds including the jujurana, the “king of birds”, the celebrated Western tragopan, crested kingfisher and cheer pheasant.

With years of experience and thousands of satisfied trekkers, our tour operators ensure an exhilarating but safe excursion into the untouched wilds of the Himalayas. Besides safety and expert knowledge, all our treks follow strict eco-tourism principles: we leave nothing behind but our footprints.

There is a wide range of treks starting from the Tirthan Valley so you can find the expedition that is ideal for you. We are within easy reach of Delhi, Chandigarh and Shimla by car and it’s a short plane journey. Make sure you have all the right kit and equipment and start planning now.

Don’t just dream it, do it. Come and trek Tirthan.

"One of the most breathtaking places in all of Himachal Pradesh. - Outlook Traveller

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Green Tirthan

Here in the Tirthan Valley, we have been pioneers of eco tourism. We are continually striving to make tourism here sustainable and ecologically friendly. But we can’t succeed without your help. Anything brought in to the valley has to be taken out again. We can manage our day-to-day waste but not huge piles of litter, garbage, rubbish, trash, kachra, and especially not single use plastic.

All our guesthouses have water filters so please bring sustainable, refillable bottles or containers for your potable water needs. And when you are out in the valley leave nothing behind except your footprints. We want our grandchildren to be able to welcome your grandchildren to an unspoilt, pristine Himalayan paradise and we’re sure you do too.