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Rangthar trek

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Great Himalayan National Park

Number of days



Apr, May, Jun, Oct, Nov

Max altitude

2860 m


Easy to moderate

The Rangthar trek is one of the most leisurely treks that we offer and allows you to reach a very scenic point in 2 days only. If you have only a weekend for a visit to the GHNP, Rangthar could be the best option for you.


It starts from a village recently connected with the road. Hence you do not have too much to climb to reach the campsite at an altitude of about 2900 m above sea level.

And what a campsite! If one dreams of an ideal campsite that blends the rightness of the ground, the beauty of the surrounding environment and the perfect mountains view in the background, Rangthar have them all !


Compared to Rolla, our other 2 days trek, Rangthar requires a bit more of physical effort (ascent of 760 m for Rangthar, 500 m for Rolla) and has no river on the way.

To help you selecting the best 2 day trek, we would say that if you prefer a riverside and forested experience with less view of the peaks, then Rolla is yours, or if you prefer a great camping experience with a great view of the Himalayas then you should go for Rangthar !

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Rangthar trek features

Duration of your trek

Day-min : The minimum number of days required for the trek
Day-max : The maximum number of days you can spend on this trek. Prolonged itineraries can be discussed with our team.
Average walking time : Average walking time per day (<3 : easy, 3 to 5 : moderate, >5 : strenuous)

Altitudes of your trek

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Max : Maximum altitude of your trek.
Ascent : An estimate of the total climb during your trek.
Descent : An estimate of the total descent during your trek.

Difficulty of your trek

Stamina : The physical effort involved during your trek. Rated from 0 (easiest) to 100 (most strenuous). If you have an average fitness you can consider all the treks up to 50. See here for more details
Technical : Difficulty of your trek in terms of exposure to danger and required experience.
0 to 20 : No difficulties,
20 to 40 : Walk on good mountain trails,
40 to 60 : Some walks on difficult mountain trails (steep slope, rocks, etc.),
60 to 80: You are exposed to some dangers (void, snow, falling rocks, etc.),
80 to 100 : Experience required (please inquire).
Overall : Average between Stamina and Technical rating.


Day-min : 2 0
Day-max : 3 0
Average walking time : 3 ½ hrs 0


Min : 2100 m 0
Max : 2860 m 0
Ascent : 760 m 0
Descent : 760 m 0


Stamina : 40 % 0
Technical : 25 % 0
Overall : 33 % 0
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Rangthar trek map

Map of the Rangthar trek in GHNP

Rangthar trek itinerary in short

You need first to hire a jeep (we’ll do that for you) to go up to the village Pekhri. You have a regular and comfortable climb up to an abandoned wooden house where you may have your lunch. Then it is a steep half an hour’s climb to the village Lakcha. From Lakcha you continue on a good trail up to Rangthar.

Rangthar trek elevation profile

Elevation profile of the Rangthar trek in GHNP

Rangthar trek ascent and descent

You start at a relatively high altitude (compared to Rolla and Shilt trek). The path climbs on an average slope (nothing difficult though). From Rangthar it is a comfortable slope up to Barchi top.

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Rangthar trek best time to go

Best time to trek to Rangthar is April, May, June, and then October and November.
You may also consider July and September. March and December might also be possible if you don’t mind a colder weather.






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Trekking in GHNP

The Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh, offers the trekker a wide-ranging experience encompassing stunning vistas, varied terrain, and biodiversity.
Himalayan Ecotourism hosts multiple treks in GHNP. Our treks in the Great Himalayan National Park, a World Heritage Site, are for short and long durations and scale from beginner’s to more challenging treks. Whether you are looking for weekend treks in Himachal, treks in Himachal for beginners, or longer and more challenging treks, you will find it on our curated list of treks.
Each trek page has all the information you may need about the trek along with itineraries that are flexible. For more information on trekking holidays in the Himalayas and upcoming treks in Himachal, contact us.

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Day One : Rangthar

Timing Details
Morning The trek starts from the village Pekhri. We will arrange a jeep for you and for the staff to take everyone and the equipment from Gushaini to the village Pekhri. The trek starts with a 5 minute steep slope to reach the village ground. You leave the village on a nice trail up to a water stream and then continue to the ridge that leads to Lakcha. You can have your lunch before Lakcha.
Afternoon After your lunch continue on a quite steep slope to the village Lakcha. Meet some of the villagers. Enjoy the lifestyle of the local people. From Lakcha you have only one hour left to comfortably reach Rangthar crossing a mixed landscape of terraced fields and forest. Discover the very pleasant campsite. You can participate in setting up the camp with our staff or just sit with a hot drink that will be available within 15 minutes. Later you will enjoy the sunset and the campfire before contemplating the stary sky of the Himalayas.

Day Two : Pekhri

Timing Details
Morning Good morning ! Our camping equipment is comfortable, right ? After a copious breakfast everything is packed and you have time to enjoy the place. No hurry you can even have your lunch at Rangthar and go for a fast hike to Barchi top.
Afternoon You go down via the same way to the village Pekhri where the jeep will be waiting for you.

In 3 days with Barchi top


Day 1 : Rangthar

Trek from Pekhri to Rangthar


Day 2 : Barchi top

Day hike to Barchi top and come back to Rangthar meadow for the night.


Day 3 : Pekhri

Trek back to Pekhri from Rangthar

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