Patalsu Peak Day Trek (4472 Meters/ 14672 Feet)

Price on Request


7-8 hrs(including drive)

May to Nov.





This is one of the most demanding day treks in Manali. The view from the top of Patalsu Peak is breathtaking - the ultimate reward for full day of hard work! The day hike to Patalsu Peak starts from Solang village, a small village named after its beautiful valley, located 15km north of Manali. The day trek ascends up a steep windy trail, through a dense forest through to the open meadows of Patalsu. Once at the top we descend back down the same route.

    Cost Include

  • Ground transport in comfortable private vehicle
  • Experienced English speaking guide
  • Entrance fees for museums, monuments and park fees.
  • Nutritious packed lunch
  • A pair of Trekking poles to each member

    Cost Exclude

  • Water Bottles
  • Travel insurance and the cost of medical services
  • All kinds of cloth and personal belonging
  • Other personal expenses and tips
  • HelicopterRescue
No. of Pax 01 pax 02 pax 03 pax 04 pax 05 pax 06 pax
Per person 4400 2600 2000 1700 1500 1400
  • Insulated, waterproof boots are best. They have thick soles, rubber/leather uppers and insulation. Flip Flops/ Crocs-
  • Wool or synthetic socks with wicking liners promote warm, dry feet. (this item is to be bought by the clients themselves)
  • Layer your clothing so it can be adjusted to your activity level and the weather. Avoid cotton.
  • Base layer: Synthetics and wool retain warmth even when wet. Wear long underwears (top and bottem) that wicks away moisture, insulates well and dries quickly. Choose from microlight, lightweight or midweight versions based on the temperature and your activity level. A zippered top lets you adjust body heat as you stop and go. (this item is to be bought by the clients themselves, easily available in Decathlon Stores)
  • Upper Insulating layer: Polyester fleece makes a good insulating mid-layer since it retains heat when wet and breathes as you exercise.
  • Outer layer: A waterproof, breathable shell jacket and pants keep you dry and fend off wind.
  • Down feather jacket :- Can be used while relaxing or walking outside in the camp area.
  • Hat, Gloves and Accessories
  • Keep your head and hands covered to prevent loss of body heat and to protect from sunburn.
  • A wool or synthetic hat, headband or balaclava retains heat; a wide-brimmed hat or a ball cap can shade your eyes on sunny days.
  • Sunglasses and sunscreen will protect you from burning UV rays which are especially intense when reflected off of snow.
  • COTTON SCARF good for dust and to protect neck from sunburn
  • Water bottle, Hydration Bag
  • Head Lamp & spare batteries
  • CAMERA dustproof cover and spare batteries and memory card, GOPRO IS JUST GREAT
  • MONEY BELT or secure portion of bag
  • PERSONAL TOILETRIES including lip cream, hand wash (alcohol-based), and sunscreen
  • Small PADLOCK for stored bag
  • Trekking Day Bag 35 to 65 Ltr.
Terms & Conditions

All bookings for the tours/treks/camps/Expeditions with Himalayan Yeti Adventure, hereinafter referred to as the "Company" are subject to the following conditions:

1. Every participant is required to fill in and sign an "Indemnity Bond" prior to the commencement of the trip.

2. All cancellations must be in writing signed by the participant and will be effective from the date of receipt by the company.

3. Refund and cancellation:
There will be no full refund.
- If you cancel 15 days before the trip begins Himalayan Yeti Adventure will retain 20% of the trip cost.
- If you cancel 7 days before the trip begins, Himalayan Yeti Adventure will retain 30% of the trip cost.
- If you cancel less than 7 days before the trip begins, or, are not present when the trip begins, there will be no-refund
- No refund will be payable to any client who voluntarily leaves a trip en-route.

4. The company reserves the right to alter details of the services, facilities, tour/trek and vehicle described in the itinerary at any time, when deemed necessary, reasonable and advisable. During the programme, the decision of the Guide will be final and binding.

5. Maximum efforts are made to ensure the safety of the participant. But Please understand there are certain hazards involved in your adventure holidays which you must accept at your own risk. The company will not be liable for any major illness, injury, death sustained during the trip, nor it will be liable for any uninsured losses of your property.

6. In case any participant falls sick during the programme, the medical, travel, porter and any other expenses has to be borne by the concerned individual. However, primary medical facilities will be made available wherever possible.

7. Any damage, other than that attributable to fair wear and tear, to the equipments by the participants will be billed to you. Our decision on all such matters will be final and binding.

8. In the event of any dispute, all matters will be subject to the sole jurisdiction of the courts of Manali, Himachal Pradesh and the prevailing law of India shall prevail. Recourse to the courts of any other country will not be applicable.
While making your booking, it is implied and accepted that you have read and understood all the booking conditions and agree to abide by them.

Care for your Environment

Himalaya, with its pristine mountains, rivers and forests is known as the “abode of the Gods”. It is therefore our responsibility to maintain the natural glory of these mountains and make it a place of endless delight for travelers and residents alike. A few easy to follow steps will help you to contribute in making this effort a success.

1) Plastic stays: It is one of the least degradable substances, resistant to the effects of the sun, wind and rain. When you leave a plastic bag or bottle in the quiet picnic spot that you and your family enjoyed, you may very well find it there when return a few years later, an ugly spot on the landscape. The State of Himachal Pradesh has banned the used of polythene/plastic bags and you can be fined for using them, while you are in the Sate.

2) Litter: Do remember to take your litter back to the hotel or dropt it in the conveniently placed dustbins. Don’t leave it lying around.

3) Noise: One of the prime attractions of Himalaya, is the quiet of the mountains that invite you to linger. Need we say….

- Please don’t blow your vehicle horn unnecessarily or play blaring loud music as you drive.

4) Vandalism: Nature intended trees and rocks to remain unmarked by human beings. Nor were our monuments intended for graffiti written by some young wit.

- Do not scratch your name or write message on trees, rocks, mountains or monuments.

5) Respect: Please treat the mountains and the people with respect and you will be pleasantly surprised at what both can give back to you.

Last, but not the least….. Enjoy yourself with responsibility.

Leave nothing, but Footprints……