Our Trips

All our current trips are day hikes. This means we fly you out and bring you back within daylight hours of the same day. All trips are subject to weather conditions being suitable for flying. The sites of all our hikes are reached by helicopter in a matter of minutes, whereas otherwise it would take between 1 to 3 days of trekking to get there.

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Trip 1 Bhrigu Lake Legend has it that Bhrigu, one of Hinduism’s seven great ancient sages, meditated by this icy pool embedded in 4000 metre-high meadows. Local folk trudge up with their deity to worship Bhrigu and take a dip in the lake. The area offers breathtaking panoramas of both the lush Kullu valley, the towering peaks of Indrasan and Deo Tibba (amongst many others) and the stark trans-Himalayan ranges of Lahaul and Spiti.

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Trip 2 Bhakar Thach The word ‘thach’ means ‘meadow’ in the local language. These beautiful, rocky meadows at the high end of the Kullu valley are surrounded by more than 10 peaks and glaciers. They are a special favourite with mountaineers. One of the two sources of the Beas River is situated above the Thach.

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Trip 3 Hampta Theli When under snow, the slopes of this side valley east of Manali transform into some of the most stunning ski runs in the world. Hampta offers fantastic views of Indrasan and Deo Tibba, at 6000 metres, the highest mountains in the region.

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Trip 4 Pandu Ropa Literally, the name for these scenic meadows means 'Rice fields of Pandavas', the five heroic brothers in the Indian epic Mahabharata. The ridge affords sweeping panoramas of the entire Kullu, Hampta and Jobri valleys. It is another spot from where Deo Tibba and Indrasan are visible.

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