Pin Parvati Pass - For those who Dare
Pin Parvati pass – Trek Covering a daily average distance of ten miles daily with a basic altitude of 13,000 feet – spanning two distinct environments with their own distinctive cultures and exhilarating scenery – this is a journey for those individuals bold of spirit and in good physical condition....
Kheerganga: A Walking Trail For The Gypsy Soul
Winter is Here - Kasol & Tosh - Witnessing last snow of the season
Untouched Heaven | Tosh & Kheerganga
Why Not To Venture Out At Night When Trekking In The Mountains
Kasol, Kheerganga - The land of Trance
How To Backpack Across ‘Parvati Valley’ for 10 Days In Just Rs. 10,000
Trekking & Astro-Camping At Kheerganga
Trek to Kheerganga a few months before the ban!
Backpack for KhirGanga Trek
My first trek- A hippie one at Kheerganga
Solo to Kheerganga
Game Of Treks - White Walking Beyond the Wall - Kheerganga and more!
Kheerganga And Monsoons!!
Tripping in the magic of Parvati Valley!
The time of our lives.
A Four-Day Getaway Plan: Camping Memories from Bhandag Thatch
One of India's heavens : Parvati Valley in Himachal Pradesh
Snow Clad Parvati Valley
Weather in north part of India during month of January is damn cold but also offers the opportunity to witness some of the prettiest mountains and valleys covered in blankets of snow and what better than to witness Parvati valley in the midst of snowfall.In this article I would be describing my experience of travelling to Kasol and Tosh during winters (January)....
Story of a Himalayan dream called Sar Pass
When My mind set to be lost into Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh
Journey to Wonderland: Kasol to Sar Pass
How I escaped monotony of life in the Himalayas with the help of a sketch book
Why I Ditched Tosh-Kasol, And Fled To This Himalayan Hideout With A Stranger
While I was still on my return journey from Ladakh, I was already homesick for the mountains, and in the heat of the moment I unassumingly said 'yes' to a trip that turned out to be the start of a friendship of a lifetime. 20 days after my return from Ladakh, I left for Parvati Valley with sore knees, no itinerary and a guy I had only repartee-d with twice!...