Colonized by the tribal people and reckoned to be one of the earlier democracies of the world, Malana (Little Greece) is a solitary village sited in the rich, diverse canvas with a resplendent of flora and fauna. The gurgling river Beas, the mighty snow-clad mountains, and the symphony of the birds on the pine trees make the trail itself an amphitheater. Puff down in the course of thriving green forests, meadows, and glimpses of barren lands will definitely give audacious trekkers a chance to feel closer to the environment and experience the beautiful natural extravaganza right in front of their eyes.
Roofed all around with snowy mountains, Malana-Chanderkhani Pass Trek is one of the most enchanting hikes that lie within the lap of the Himalayas. It’s a five-day excursion that promises you to bewitch with wide open lush green hanging valleys and the bleaks, marinated landscape dominated by the Malana glacier. Site within enthrall natural beauty; the trek begins from Naggar, a heritage hamlet 20 Kms. short from Manali. The trek winds through the dense forest of pine, oak, and birch. A carpet of high-altitude flowers takes us to the 3600 Mts. high Chanderkhani Pass – heaven for nature lovers and descends to a unique habitation that maintained its own democratic system for centuries.
By constantly facing elevation, your trail will start from Naggar to the beautiful meadow of Rumsu village. Following your stay in the village for nocturnal, the next morning you will resume to Malana Chanderkhani pass hike, after taking some rest in the thick pine forest and grassy land ascending to a base mountain pass that is Nauya Tapru. From here, you will again come across a hard-hitting altitude till Chanderkhani Pass. With a unique habitation and sited at 3300Mts Chanderkhani pass is a base where your Malana trudge begins. Camp in the environs of the area and explore the exquisiteness of the landscape. Subsequently, the premature morning Malana Chanderkhani Pass tramp will take back to Manali by Jari.