Sar Pass Trek is an optimal trek for novices in Shivalik Range through thick woodlands, high knolls and Himalayan towns which will take you to a height of 13,800 ft and offers astonishing perspectives on snow clad pinnacles. The Sar Pass Trek begins from Kasol which is popular among the hikers. It is even called the little Israel of India.
This enchanted six days trek will take you on the investigation of Grahan Village, Min Thach, Nagaru, Sar, Biskeri thatch and Barshaini.
Definite trek agenda
Day 1: Reach Kasol and Overnight stay.
Sar Pass Trek jannattrips put this on the map treks in Himachal and it is the Sar Pass Trek in May is the best when you get heaps of snow. Sar Pass follows a similar schedule however we offer a larger number of offices and little gatherings than makes our trek more fun.
Take an overnight transport from Delhi to Kasol there is immediate Volvo transport from Delhi to Kasol. Report at Kasol Camp which is the best spot to remain in Kasol. Kasol is a little town in Kullu locale, Himachal Pradesh and it is popular for its lovely Kasol Homestay and Kasol Camping adjacent to Parbati River. You can trek to different treks like Kheerganga Trek, Animal Pass Trek or Pin Parvati Trek.
Day 2: Kasol to Grahan Village ( 1 hrs drive and 10 kms trek , 5-6 hrs).
The Sar Pass Trekking trail begins from Kasol and follows the waterway stream. The path is with a delicate slant and subsequent to intersecting the waterway stream or “Nalah” the path turns out to be minimal, rough and steep. Trek from Kasol to Grahan town through the thick pine trees. There are various stopgap stores which sells lemonade, Rhododendron Syrup, tea, snacks and different rewards to the trekkers which regularly come for One day trek to Grahan Village. Grahan Village is a delightful town with conventional Himachali houses and encompassed by Rhododendron trees, so part of trekkers come here to appreciate setting up camp and trekking. There are a few visitor houses available in Grahan Village and furthermore setting up campgrounds. Stay for the time being in tents/Guest house.
Day 3:Grahan Village to Min Thach Trek (7 kms, 5 hrs).
The path to Min Thach is generally utilized by local people to get to their ranches or cows. In the wake of trekking for some the path opens up and gives you the lovely perspectives on Min Thatch, Nagaru and Sar Top. Have your supper and overnight in camps. It is the best trekking program which they offer in the Himalayas. When you arrive at Min Thach during the Sar Pass Trek Chandrakhani edge and different reaches are plainly noticeable from the camp at Min Thach.
Day 4:From Min Thach to Nagaru, there is a trek. (8 kms, 7 hrs).
We start promptly toward the beginning of the day for Nagaru and today it will be a bit longer as a few pieces of the path will be under snow and which makes it minimally interesting. Subsequent to trekking for 2 to 3 hours we will arrive at our campground. Partake in the entrancing perspectives on excellent Himalayas and Parvati Valley with a hot cup of tea. Overnight stay in tents.
Day 5: Trek from Nagaru to Sar Pass and Biskeri Thatch (14 kms 7 hrs).
Rise early in the morning, do some extended exercise and have a rich breakfast and prepare for the taxing day to trek to Biskeri Thatch through Sar Pass. Trek uphill to the snow covered path with perspectives on Tosh Valley and your perspectives on Sar Pass Top in sight which will keep you propelled to trek further. Invest some quality energy at Sar Pass Top and have your stuffed lunch and start the declining trek to Biskeri Thatch. Stay for the time being at the Biskeri Thatch camping area.
Day 6: Trek from Biskeri Thach to Barshaini to Kasol (10 kms, 6 hrs/1 hr drive).
Biskeri Thach gives you stunning perspectives on more noteworthy himalayas and thick pine timberland. Today’s trek is downhill through the thick backwoods of pine, oak and deodar. Subsequent to crossing the stream to arrive at Pulga and Tulga. Cross the Parvati stream to arrive at Barshaini Village. Barshaini Village is the beginning stage for Kheerganga Trek, Tosh Valley Trek and Animal Pass Trek.
What’s Included :
- – Accommodation during Trek (Camping) on sharing premise
- – Meals while on trek (Veg) from day first supper to day sixth lunch
- – 1 Night stay in Kasol camp on a shared premise
- – Qualified and experienced Trek Guide and care staff
- – Morning, evening tea presented with light tidbits while on Trek
- – All expenses and allowances for Indians are incorporated
- – Basic First Aid Medical packs
- – All Camping coordination
What’s not Included :
- – Any Expenses of individual nature
- – Any surface exchange during the program
- – Cost Escalation because of “Power Majeure” and departure charges
- – Porter/donkey charges to convey your own sack
- – Anything not referenced expressly in the above program