Trekking

The best way to discover Parvati and the neighbouring valleys of Himachel Pradesh is to do it on foot!

Most of the Treks we suggest require full self-sufficiency and often cross uninhabited regions.

A team of professionals (guide, porter and cook) will accompany you, and quality equipment is supplied.

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Jeep Safari

Discovering Himachal Pradesh and the neighbouring valleys of Ladakh, Spiti, Lahaul and Kinnaur with a 4x4 Jeep is a wonderfull and astonish experience.

Impressive roads crossing high himalayan passes like Kuzum Pass, Baralacha-La and Lachalang-La (5000m).

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Freeride 

The Parvati Valley is ideal for winter trekking, using either snowshoes or ski-touring with skins, across magnificent slopes with steep inclines.

The ideal period for skiing and snowboarding stretches from the beginning of February to the end of April.

A wide range of spots are available depending on the snow coverage at the time.

Housing shelter or tent in a magnificent scenery and completely preserved

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Cocooning 

Discover another side to the diversity of india by witnessing the customs and variety of beliefs of a Himalayan people, where ancient traditions rub shoulders with the latest technologies.

You can relax in a traditional house with breathtaking views of the mountain peaks and the Parvati River, while enjoying the all-inclusive service.

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About us 

Prem Chand

Born in India, in 1970, married with 2 children.

The heart and soul of Parvati Himalayan Adventure

Prem is a very open-minded, calm and reassuring person with extensive experience as a guide and snowboarder across all weather conditions, as well as an outstanding chef.

Prem manages activities for Spring, Summer and Autumn.

Nicolas Mathey

Born in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1964

20 years experience in snow-sport event organisation and management.

Ex-professional snowboarder and snowtours organiser.

His passion for this region’s magnificent landscape and its people has remained unchanged since his first visit over 10 years ago; he considers it a real pleasure to share his experience with others.

Nicolas manages activities for winter.