Mount Yunam

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The peak is locally known as Yunam after the glacier and lake located close to it, but officially it remains unnamed.The 6,113-metre peak stands looms over the Lahul and Spiti.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Camping, Trekking
  • Activity Level Challenging
  • Group Size Medium Group

Mount Yunam

Mount Yunam lies parallel to the Baralacha Pass, surrounding the Ladakh border in  Himachal Pradesh. The Baralacha Pass acts as a doorway to Sarchu, which intersects Himachal and J & K. Trekking in Himachal Pradesh has become one of those exotic activities that everyone does once in a lifetime. The base camp is located in Bharatpur, just a few kilometers from the Baralacha Pass on the Manali-Leh route. After maneuvering through snow and scree, Mount Yunam Peak stands at an elevation of 6110 meters.

Mount Yunam Peak is one of the few that can be compared to Stok Kangri, even though Yunam is not well-known and only a few individuals who have traveled the Manali-Leh highway are aware of it. Yunam peak trek is challenging for the faint of heart; prior expertise climbing at elevations of 5000 meters or higher is essential.

Grade – Challenging
Duration – 8 days
Max. Altitude – 20178ft
Total trekking – 30 kms approx.
Region – Manali & Lahaul, Himachal Pradesh

What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Accommodation during trek on triple/quad (Guest house / Camping)
  • All veg meals while on trek (Veg)
  • Transport from Manali to base village and return
  • All necessary permits and entry fees
  • First aid medical kit
  • Qualified and experienced Trek Guide and support staff
  • All taxes
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Any meals during transit
  • Personal expenses
  • Travelling insurance
  • Cost Escalation due to unforeseen reason
  • Mules or porter to carry personal luggage
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head
  1. Day1 Manali (6730ft)

    Arrival by morning followed by rest at Manali hotel. After indulging in a delicious meal, depart to explore Manali or nearby sightseeing places till evening. Stay for the night at a Manali hotel.

  2. Day2 Manali to Jispa (14800ft)

    Drive to Jispa after breakfast. Stopover at Rohtang Pass en route (3979m). The best part of trekking in Jammu and Kashmir is numerous other mountain peaks and passes on the Yunam Peak Expedition. After that, travel to Jispa via Keylong. Set up camp at Jispa and spend the rest of the day exploring Jispa. Exploring the place even helps with acclimatization at higher altitudes. Before sunset, return to the campsite. Tents will be used for the night.

  3. Day3 Jispa to Bharatpur (14760ft)

    Today, proceed to Bharatpur via Baralacha Pass. After spending some time at the pass, return to Bharatpur and set up camp near the road head. The Chandra and Bhaga rivers, as well as the Chandrabhaga mountain ranges, have their origins here. For acclimatization, explore the place and go for a brisk walk. Return to camp after evening tea and refreshments. Retire for the night in Tents.

  4. Day4 Bharatpur (Acclimatization day)

    Trekking in India offers wanderers a solitary haven. Some trekkers love to explore hidden trails, while some marvel at the ethereal beauty of the snow-capped mountains, forming a boundary against the modern world. Today, the track continues to the snow line and gently ascends from Bharatpur. Due to the increase in altitude in two days, trekkers should expect minor headaches, nausea, vomiting, and other symptoms, which are all normal in these conditions. The Yunam trek abounds in many snow-covered trails, so set a day aside for acclimating to the greater altitude and weather conditions. After breakfast, training on snow and ice will be led by the team. Return to the campsite by lunchtime, then relax until the evening. Overnight stay in comfortable tents.

  5. Day5 Bharatpur to Camp-1 (17390ft)

    Leave for Camp-1 in the morning after breakfast. Trekkers will benefit from the previous day’s practice from walking on snow patches for the 5km walk. On the trip, there will be a few water spots for replenishing water bottles. Drink enough water for proper acclimatization. Arrive in the afternoon at Camp – 1 and eat lunch. After lunch, go exploring in the surrounding area. Back to camp for dinner and a good night’s sleep.

  6. Day6 Camp-1 Acclimatization (17390ft)

    Trekking in Himachal Pradesh is like a glimpse into the bliss of heaven. However, the high altitudes are challenging. Therefore, spend the day acclimatizing and practicing for the summit walk. Amid the tranquil ambiance, the group will lead the training of ascending and descending on snow. The trek leader will be involved in this training for informing the trekkers about the challenges on summit day. During the training and practice sessions, a greater emphasis on physical fitness will be placed. Return to the camp for lunch. Indulge in an early dinner followed by plenty of rest as the summit will be at 3 am. Overnight stay in the tents at night.

  7. Day7 Camp-1 - Summit (20178ft) – Bharatpur

    The alarm will go off at 2:00 am. The Yunam Peak trek will begin after a light breakfast. Today’s hike will last 8 to 9 hours. At this altitude, one can anticipate encountering spine-chilling chills, numbing cold wind, and some breathing issues when trekking. Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. It will be difficult and time-consuming to reach the summit. At the summit, trekkers will get a good sense of how technical the climb is. Relish the commanding view at the summit and descend to the base camp in Bharatpur. Tents are available for rent.

  8. Day8 Bharatpur - Manali - Today we will drive back to Manali

    After an early breakfast, take a designated vehicle to Manali.  Stop by Shashur monastery in Keylong on the route and enjoy a breathtaking view of the Hanuman Tibba summit. Arrive in Manali late in the evening. By evening bus, depart for Delhi and bid farewell. The trek to Mount Yunam Peak comes to a close here.

  • Backpack with rain cover(40-60lts)
  • Daypack/Knapsack – Optional
  • Poncho
  • Floaters or Sandals
  • Trekking Shoes – Medium or High ankle length(Get a pair and “break-in” well in advance that you don’t face any sores/blisters once you are on mountains)
  • 2 Pairs of Quick Dry Tees and Track Pants
  • 3 Pair of sports Socks and 1 pair of woolen
  • Gaiters
  • Woolen Gloves
  • Full Sleeve Sweater or Fleece Jacket
  • Windproof  Jacket
  • Sun Cap
  • One Scarf/Balclava
  • Quick dry towel/Light towel
  • Lip Balm
  • Cold Cream & Sun Screen (SPF 40+)
  • Water Bottle 1 Lt – good quality plastic bottle
  • Headlamp or torch with fresh pair of batteries
  • Personal Toilet Kit and toilet paper
  • Personal Medicine Kit –
  • General medicines comprising of headache, fever, vomiting, stomach upset and pain killer
    -Anti Diarrhoearal
    -Anti-inflammatory -Nurofen or diclofenac sodium
  • Dark Sunglasses
  • Gloves
  • Trekking Pole
  • CAMERA with huge memory card and fully charged with extra batteries.
  • Extra Polythene bags.
  • Dry fruits/Energy bars

P.S You may use and share common kit for toiletries and medicines if travelling in a group

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