For 15 years Juniper has been at the forefront of planning and leading treks,

climbs and multi adventures across the Himalaya.


 Juniper's unique Trip Formats assist in structures trips of varying challenge levels.

If you love the mountains and want to climb higher, trek further or want to

just make a start, then join us.


Juniper’s Unique Trip Formats


High adrenaline pursuits on the look out for peaks, pass crossings and high altitude lakes with housing in tents and mountain lodges. 


 Treks and multi adventure day trips with housing in brick and mortar structures.


Epic car journeys into remote regions with multiple side trips and excursions  

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 Adventure trips created for specific audiences  

Featured Trips 2021

Kupper Climb - Pabbar Valley
The Pabbar Valley offers multiple walking trails of varying levels of length and difficulty.
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Luntsu Twin Peak’s are located on the outskirts of Mussoorie. Both the peaks are at a height of 2500m - 2750m and offer a wide view of peaks in Garhwal.

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Sonamarg which is surrounded by peaks, passes, lakes, meadows, rivers and forest stretches.
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Great Lakes Trek - Kashmir
The trek leads to the base of Harmukh Peak and explores multiple lakes in the region

Apart from featuring popular adventure destinations, Juniper is always on
the lookout for areas less frequented. Keep a look out for the next adventure!


Mapping out the Himalaya Trip by Trip

Juniper has over a decade of experience in organising adventure trips across the
Himalayas. Select trips from various Himalayan destinations lead by Juniper from
2005 with images and narration from the original explorations.

Create your own Adventure

Custom made itineraries give you complete freedom to choose what you want to
see, where you want to go and when you want to do it. Juniper will put its expertise
to the test and set up an adventure you will remember forever.

The Legacy of Juniper

Maninder Kohli comes from one of the greatest families of mountaineering and was introduced to the outdoors by his father, Captain M.S. Kohli who led India’s first ascent of Mt. Everest in 1965. Maninder has since participated in over 50 treks across the Himalaya and has personally lead several exploratory treks in remote regions.

Adopting Adventure

For many the first adventure is triggered through their bucket list. Juniper’s goal is to look at the outdoors as a way of life.

Adopting adventure means fitness, building the gear list, reading about the area and drawing inspiration from fellow travellers.


The Juniper Blog Section is set up to inform, inspire and encourage participants to build 'The Spirit of Adventure'.