Tour overview

Manali Winter Snow Trek

The movie Yeh Jawani he Diwani has created a zeal in many of us to do a Manali Winter Snow Trek. Catering to your desire to relive the moments with your squad, Next Wanderlust brings to you a Winter Snow Trek in Manali Winter Snow Trek. It is an easy trek and most suitable for beginners who wish to experience trekking, live in tents, and be surrounded by Snow. Manali Winter Snow Trek is a dream for many and here is the opportunity to fulfill it.


Day 1: Reporting at Majnu ka Tila Bus stand, New Delhi:

  • Members have to report by 5 PM at Majnu Ka Tila Bus Stand, New Delhi. No delay in reporting will be compromised. If you miss the bus, you miss the trip. No refunds.
  • It will be a 13-14 hours bus ride from Delhi to Manali. Bus Ticket is included in the cost.
  • Bus Type: Semi Sleeper Volvo.
  • Bus will halt around 10 PM for dinner at some Motel. Dinner charges not included.
  • Reach Rumsu base camp by 8 AM. Freshen up and Registration.



Day 2 – Reporting at Rumsu Base Camp and visit to Naggar (6 kms Trek – 6500 ft)

  • Visit Naggar, a famous tourist destination via a short trek.
  • Explore the rich historic aura of Naggar via the beautiful Naggar Castle, Tripura Sundari and Gauri Shankar temple and the famous Roerich Art Gallery.
  • Trek back to Rumsu base camp for overnight stay.
  • Start by 8 AM for the trek to Sterling forest.



Day 3: Trek to Ghankulhadi Forest (6 kms Trek – 9000 ft)

  • Start by 8 AM for the trek to Sterling forest.
  • Sterling, is a dark green meadow amidst dense Himalayan forest, with gentle snow slopes where participants can enjoy a lot of snow activities like Snow slides, making snowmen and igloos.
  • The trek to Sterling is a steep climb and takes around two to three hours to reach. A short hike for an hour from Sterling takes you to an open meadow known as Ghankulhadi. It offers some of the most amazing views of the Dhauladhar range.
  • The descent route from Sterling to Rumsu is a gradual one and takes not more than a couple of hours.
  • Bonfire and Overnight stay at Rumsu camp.



Day 4: Visit to Manali

  • The day starts with a jeep ride ride to Manali from Rumsu after breakfast.
  • Manali has a lot to offer in terms of old historic temples of Hidimba and Manu, beautiful Nature Park and the famous Mall road to shop souvenirs and try some local cuisine.
  • Participants will explore all of these places via walk and will be accompanied by our guide. Participants must assemble back to Mall road by 5 PM to continue with their jeep ride for Rumsu camp. Overnight stay at Rumsu Camp.


Day 5: Paragliding, Rafting and Departure for Delhi

  • The day will start with a jeep ride for Dobhi, where members can opt for activities like Rafting and Paragliding for extra charges.
  • Below are the charges for the activities:
    • Paragliding [Fly time 10-12 minutes]: 2000 INR per pax*
    • Rafting [9 kms on Beas River]: 1000 INR per pax*
  • Members not willing for the activity can relax at Rumsu base camp and leave directly to board bus for New Delhi at 4 PM.


Day 6: Reach Delhi

  • Members will reach New Delhi by 7 AM. Keep 3 hours buffer for your onward travel.


Departure Dates*:

Month Start Date End Date
December 2020 19th December 2020 24th December 2020
23rd December 2020 28th December 2020
27th December 2020 1st January 2021
31st December 2020 5th January 2021
January 2021 4th January 2021 9th January 2021
8th January 2021 13th January 2021
12th January 2021 17th January 2021
16th January 2021 21st January 2021
20th January 2021 25th January 2021
24th January 2021 29th January 2021
28th January 2021 2nd February 2021
February 2021 1st February 2021 6th February 2021
5th February 2021 10th February 2021
9th February 2021 14th February 2021
13th February 2021 18th February 2021
17th February 2021 22nd February 2021
21st February 2021 26th February 2021
25th February 2021 2nd March 2021
March 2021 1st March 2021 6th March 2021
5th March 2021 10th March 2021
9th March 2021 14th March 2021
13th March 2021 18th March 2021
17th March 2021 22nd March 2021
21st March 2021 26th March 2021
25th March 2021 30th March 2021

*Please confirm the availability of seats for the trek by calling or send a message on WhatsApp on 7021196719


  1. Accommodation: Stay will be in tents on a triple sharing basis and is separate for Male and Female.
  2. Cloakroom: Members can keep their extra luggage at the base camp.
  3. Meals: Breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner is included. We provide simple, nutritious Veg/Jain food on all days of the trek.
  4. Rucksack: A 60L bag with rain cover is provided for use during the trek. Members will return it once done with their trek.
  5. Camping charges: All trekking permits and forest camping charges are included.
  6. Gaiters and Microspikes: Gaiters help against snow entering from the sides of the shoes while microspikes will help in giving extra traction on slippery patches of snow
  7. Trekking equipment: High-quality tents and sleeping bags in all the camps. Sleeping bags can withstand temperatures as low as -10 ºC.
  8. Safety equipment and Emergency: First aid kit, oxygen cylinders, oximeter, etc. will be with guide/trek leader and at the campsite as well to deal with emergencies.
  9. Expert trek Leaders: All our trek leaders are at least qualified in basic/advanced mountaineering and first aid course.
  10. Expert Trek support team: The mountain staff on this trek consists of certified guides, cooks, helpers.
  11. Personal Insurance: We have added the personal insurance cover without any extra cost.



  1. Anything not mentioned in the Inclusion
  2. Any personal expenses on the trip
  3. Cost of Emergency


Documents Required:

  1. Original and photocopy of government-issued identity card (Aadhar card/ Driving license/ Passport)
  2. Medical Certificate should be signed by a registered MBBS doctor
  3. NOC form with participant signature (Provided at the basecamp)

Camp Rules:

  1. Accommodation: Stay on all days will be in tents. Tent will be allotted separately to males and females and will accommodate 3 people. High altitude sleeping bags that can withstand temperatures as low as -10 degrees.
  2. Toilets: 2-4 toilet tents will be pitched at every camp site depending upon group size. Do not carry toilet papers or wet wipes since these are not biodegradable. If you do happen to use wet wipes to clean up after a trek, make sure you bring them back with you.
  3. Safety: Our camp leaders will conduct routine health checks at all camps to measure oxygen saturation, blood pressure. Camp leader reserves the right to exclude any trekker from climbing higher on the trek without refund if the trekker’s vital readings are below accepted norms for that altitude. These norms are available with our camp leaders. Your trek leader will also be carrying medical kit which includes basic first aid and high-altitude sickness medicines and will also be carrying a oxygen cylinder throughout the trek.
  4. Drinking and smoking: Smoking and drinking are strictly prohibited. Buying drugs or any illegal material is strictly prohibited, the participant will be detained and handed over to the government authority.
  5. Emergency during trek: In case of any emergency we will take necessary measures for your return to the base camp. A staff will accompany you. He may not be some trained personnel. Doctors do not go along with a team. Leaders are trained to administer first aid and know how to deal with issues related to the mountains. Registering for this trek is an understanding that you are aware of related difficulties on a high-altitude trek
  6. Change of trek plan: Under some extraordinary circumstance, your trek may end a day earlier or start a day later due to inclement weather, snow and ice conditions, political restrictions or any other cause. In the event of a change, postponement or delay, participants have no right to refund of the trek or other compensation for any injury, loss or damage.
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