With Tosh Kutla Trek, you will experience three Himachal wonders, including hippie Kasol, mystical Tosh and hidden gem Kutla. You will appreciate the Parvati River's meanders, breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, the splendour of the Himalayan highlands, verdant meadows, the beautiful Parvati Valley, and the refreshing ambience.
The Tosh Kutla Trek will provide you with unforgettable experiences as you traverse varied landscapes of lush meadows, deep woods, and snow-covered Himalayan hills. Your first stop will be Kasol, where you will have the opportunity to explore the hamlet, learn more about its hippy culture, and visit adjacent places such as Chalal and Manikaran. Tosh village will leave you awe-struck with its surrounding splendour while Kutla would allow you to experience the wilderness without being bothered by tourists.
You will be free to explore this beautiful off-the-beaten-path village, where it will be just you and the desolate valleys with their rich green flora and the snow-capped Himalayan peaks in the background! This short trip will offer you plenty of opportunities to be alone with Mother Nature or yourself, whether you're searching for a respite from everyday life or want to spend some quality moments with friends or family.
Maximum altitude: 2650 metres
Duration: Three days
Rail head: Joginder nagar Railway Station
Airport: Bhuntar Airport
Snow Season: January and February
Service from: Delhi
Base camp: Kasol
Best season: April to June & September to November
Delhi to Kasol (Arrival at Kasol)
Get picked up by our representative in Delhi and enjoy an overnight journey to Kasol.
Arrive in Kasol in the morning and feel rejuvenated by the magnificent ambience and lovely surroundings of the Parvati River valley at 1580 metres above sea level in the Kullu region of HP.
Check into your well-equipped and spacious room at The Hosteller, Kasol.
Rest for some time and spend the day at leisure.
Explore Kasol to learn about its hippie culture, and if time permits, visit Chalal or Manikaran Sahib.
Return to your room in the evening, have dinner and retire in your cosy bed.
Backpack (40–60 litres): A sturdy backpack with a rain cover
Balaclavas/Woollen Scarves: For the nighttime chill
Cutlery: A spoon, coffee mug, and a lunch box
Daypack (20 litres): To offload your backpack
Hand Gloves: Fleece gloves to wear as the inner layer below the synthetic gloves
Headlamp/LED torch: Mandatory for the trek
Plastic covers: To compartmentalise items and store wet clothes
Socks: Two cotton pairs and a pair of woollen socks for the evening
Sun Hat and Sunglasses: For protection from the harsh UV sun rays
Thermals and Warm clothes: Thermals for the night and two sweaters and a padded jacket for cool weather
Toiletries: Sunscreen, moisturiser, lip balm, light towel, toilet paper, toothpaste, toothbrush, hand sanitiser
Trekking Footwear: For good ankle support and grip
Trekking Pants: Three trek pants including one pair of tights
Trekking pole: For the steep sections
T-shirts: Three quick-dry, long-sleeved collared t-shirts to shield your arms and neck from the sun.
Water bottles: Two 1 litre each
Ziplocks: To take back trash and soiled sanitary napkins
By Road: Take a private bus to Bhuntar from Delhi and then a taxi or cab to Kasol, or you can also drive from Delhi and enjoy a scenic journey. Our Tosh Kutla trek package includes round-trip transportation from Delhi.
By Train: The closest train station is Joginder Nagar, which is 144 miles from Kasol. It takes 4.5 to 5 hours to get from Joginder Nagar Bus Stand to Kasol via cab or bus.
By Air: The Kullu district's Bhuntar Airport is 31 kilometres from Kasol and has regular flights from Delhi. A taxi or cab ride to Kasol from the airport in Bhuntar takes around an hour.
Kutla, a charming village located in the Parvati valley in Himachal Pradesh's Kullu district, at a height of 2,800 metres. It offers breathtaking views of the Himalayan peaks and a tranquil atmosphere, making it the ideal location for trekking and nature lovers.
The Tosh Kutla Trek is easy on the difficulty scale, so beginners, experts, and even kids above 10 years can also go for this trek. Yet, a trekker must be in decent physical shape to embark on this trekking excursion.
The best months to trek to Kutla from Tosh are April, May, September, and October since the climate is most favourable for hiking expeditions, camping, and sightseeing.
The Tosh Kutla Trek will take you as high as 9500 feet above sea level because Kutla is situated at this altitude. The picturesque scenery during the trip will leave you awestruck.