Sar Pass Trek

Discover The Thrill: Sar Pass Trek

Sar Pass Trek

Where Adventure Meets Triumph: Sar Pass Trek

Base Camp

Kasol

Region

Himachal Pradesh

Trek Grade

Easy To Moderate

Trek Distance

48 Kms

Trek Duration

5 Days

Highest Altitude

13,850 ft

Best Season

March To October(Except Monsoon)

Pick & Drop Point

Kasol

Nearest Airport

Bhuntar

Railway Station

Chandigarh

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₹ 9,499

₹ 7,499

+5% GST

Region

Himachal Pradesh

Base Camp

Kasol

Trek Grade

Easy To Moderate

Trek Distance

48 Kms

Trek Duration

5 Days

Highest Altitude

13,850 ft

Best Season

March To October(Except Monsoon)

Pick & Drop Point

Manali

Nearest Airport

Bhuntar

Railway Station

Chandigarh

Contact Us

₹ 10,500

₹ 7,499
+5% GST

About Sar Pass Trek

Sar Pass trek is one of the oldest and most beautiful treks in Kully valley. Whether you are a lover of high mountains, adventure, or snowy landscapes, the Sar Pass trek is recommended for everyone. This trek offers you a complete experience like trekking across the dense forests of pine and camping at a high elevation Grahan village. Sar pass trek allows the trekkers to witness the gorgeous Himalayas covered in lush greens and untouched white in Kasol.

It is an easy to moderate level trek with an average trekking distance of almost 7-9km a day. The average time spent trekking every day is around 7 hours. While trekking, the temperature varies from 0 degrees to -20 degrees. Located at an elevation of approximately 13,580 ft above sea level in Himachal Pradesh, you will find Sar Pass as one of the most pleasant treks in India. During the trek, you will come across a variety of flora & fauna, live streams, and changes in terrain as well. Kasol is the base camp for this exciting trek which is a popular spot and always crowded. In the Parvati valley, near the banks of the Parvati river, Kasol is located. Set amid a curtain of royal Himalayan peaks covered in snow, the Sar Pass trek tosses some of the most scenic sights of forests, paddocks, and ice blankets. 

While trekking, you will pass by a small frozen lake from which this trek has got its name i.e., Sar Pass. The entire trek is blessed with diverse terrain and stunning sights of the surrounding mountains, offering its trekkers a thrilling and exciting experience. Due to ease of difficulty, Sar Pass is considered the best for first-time trekkers. The Nagaru campsite is the highest point during your trek which is blessed with striking mountains through the Parvati valley. Several ascents and descents while trekking will motivate you to put your strength to the test and finally overcome them. Camping right under the open & clear night sky is sure to give all the trekkers a lifetime experience. Also, the “bird’s eye” sight of snow-covered trails and peaks from the top is worth the effort of your trekking. When it comes to the Sar pass trek, both ascent, as well as descent, are relatively challenging. The best time to go for the Sar pass trek is May to October. The clear sky during May and June months creates an outstanding picture-perfect vista of trails as well as pasturelands. This is the time when the temperature usually ranges between 13 to 17 degrees during the day along with cold nights. It is necessary to know that summers have usually mild weather with zero precipitation and monsoons have fair to heavy rainfall. One of the best things about this trek is that each place you pass through is extremely gorgeous and sure to leave you stunned. Throughout your trekking journey, you will be surprised by nature’s unfiltered beauty. Therefore, the Sar pass trek offers locations that are sure to meet all your thirst for photography. 

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FAQs

Sar Pass is a popular trekking destination in the Parvati Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. The trek is known for its beautiful landscapes, including forests, meadows, and snow-covered trails.

The trek typically starts from Kasol, a small village in the Parvati Valley. Kasol can be reached by taking a bus or taxi from Bhuntar, which is well-connected to major cities like Delhi and Chandigarh by road and air.

The best time to trek to Sar Pass is from May to June and September to October. During these months, the weather is pleasant, and the trail is accessible.

The Sar Pass trek is considered moderate to challenging. It requires a good level of physical fitness due to its long duration and the high altitude, with some steep and snowy sections.

The trek usually takes around 6 to 7 days to complete, depending on the pace and weather conditions. This includes time for acclimatization and rest.

Yes, trekkers need to obtain permits from the local forest department. It is advisable to check for any updated regulations or requirements from local authorities or trekking agencies.

The Sar Pass trek requires a good level of physical fitness. Trekkers should be able to walk for 5-7 hours a day with a backpack. It is recommended to start a fitness routine that includes cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and hiking practice at least a month before the trek to build stamina and endurance.

Accommodation options include camping in tents at designated campsites along the trek. Kasol has various guesthouses and hotels for the night before and after the trek.

The main highlights include the scenic beauty of Parvati Valley, views of snow-capped peaks, walking through dense forests, crossing streams, camping at high-altitude meadows, and sliding down snow-covered slopes.

Yes, the Sar Pass trek is generally considered safe for well-prepared trekkers. It is important to have a reliable trekking plan, proper gear, and knowledge about high-altitude trekking. Trekking with a guide or a reputable trekking company is recommended, especially for those unfamiliar with the area.

Sar Pass Trek (Detailed Itinerary)

Your journey for the Sar pass trek will begin from the centre of Kasol and keep trekking to the left of the Grahan Nallah. This track is considered easy and is also often used by the local people. In just a couple of hours, trekkers can cover much distance. 

Once you pass the Grahan Nallah, you will find that track turns out to be rocky. The trekkers need to climb uphill and pass through the dense forest of rhododendron. 

In order to reach Grahan village from Kasol, we will trek for 9kms which will take the time of almost 5 hours. While trekking to Grahan village, you will experience the fragrance of Himalayan trees and plants that can invade your mind. 

After a steep climb of about an hour, the trekkers will reach Grahan village which is the last village of the trek. After this village, no mobile networks will be present. Night stay will be scheduled in tents along with a hot & delicious dinner.

Wake up early in the morning and enjoy a healthy breakfast along with great views of mountains as well as sunrise. After having breakfast, get ready to start the trek for Mung Thach. 

Today, the trek will take almost 4-5 hours to complete. It is necessary for the trekkers to know that today’s terrain will start with a moderately soft incline and then slowly sharpen into a sharp climb. 

While trekking, you will go through the dense forest and hear the sound of water flowing. Just a few hours of walking and you will open up to the Min Thatch where locals bring their cattle for grazing. Remember this part of the trek gets denser with lush green forest, making it important for you to stay with the group. 

Get ready to admire the Chandrakhani stretch and several other summits visible right from your campsite. Retire at the campsite and enjoy hot meals.   

Once you reach the campsite, relax for some time and get ready to witness the best & magical sunset of your life.

In the morning, get up early and enjoy a breeze of fresh and cold air. After having breakfast, we will start our trek from Mung Thach to Nagaru which passes through the woodlands. 

Day 03 can be a difficult trek because the slope falls suddenly to the valley below and the snow on the trail can be slippery as well. While trekking, it is necessary for all the trekkers to carefully follow the instructions of the trek leader. 

Try taking adequate breaks along the way as this will help you to re-energize in a better way. When trekking to Nagaru, you will enjoy the breathtaking sights of the massive mountains that surround the Parvati valley beautifully. 

After reaching the Nagaru campsite, pitch your tents and get ready to enjoy the evening view of Manikaran town that twinkles brightly. After having dinner, head into your tents and enjoy a peaceful sleep in the lap of mother nature.

Start your day early in the morning with a radiant sunrise and a satisfying breakfast. On day 04, we will trek in order to reach the marvelous Biskeri Thatch. Today the climb is going to be steep and you will also go through the thick carpet of shining white snow. 

As you trek up the hill slowly, you will witness the striking vistas of the Tosh valley as well as the Sar Pass. Once you reach the top, get ready to observe the dazzling views of the mountains and the valley below. To meet the gentler slopes of the valley, you need to slide down the side of the mountain for almost a kilometer. 

After walking for a few minutes, you will reach Biskeri Thatch and the campsite for the day where your night stay is arranged. Don’t forget to enjoy the delightful sunset of the Himalayas. 

Today is the last day of your trek. Get up in the morning and be ready to trek downhill through the beautiful forest of pine trees. You will enter the Barshaini village after crossing the bridge. From Barshaini we will board the vehicle and reach Kasol. 

All the trekkers can get their tickets done accordingly from Kasol. This will mark the end of your pleasing trekking journey.

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BASIC GEARS

Inclusions

Exclusions

POLICY

Booking Confirmation Policy

• The customer receives a Booking confirmation receipt immediately via Email and WhatsApp of a successful booking.

Cancellation policy

In the event you cancel your trek, cancellation policy we follow :

• Cancellation 20 days before the starting date of the trek – Refund with 10% cancellation charges.

FAQs

Sar Pass is a popular trekking destination in the Parvati Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. The trek is known for its beautiful landscapes, including forests, meadows, and snow-covered trails.

The trek typically starts from Kasol, a small village in the Parvati Valley. Kasol can be reached by taking a bus or taxi from Bhuntar, which is well-connected to major cities like Delhi and Chandigarh by road and air.

The best time to trek to Sar Pass is from May to June and September to October. During these months, the weather is pleasant, and the trail is accessible.

The Sar Pass trek is considered moderate to challenging. It requires a good level of physical fitness due to its long duration and the high altitude, with some steep and snowy sections.

The trek usually takes around 6 to 7 days to complete, depending on the pace and weather conditions. This includes time for acclimatization and rest.

Yes, trekkers need to obtain permits from the local forest department. It is advisable to check for any updated regulations or requirements from local authorities or trekking agencies.

The Sar Pass trek requires a good level of physical fitness. Trekkers should be able to walk for 5-7 hours a day with a backpack. It is recommended to start a fitness routine that includes cardiovascular exercises, strength training, and hiking practice at least a month before the trek to build stamina and endurance.

Accommodation options include camping in tents at designated campsites along the trek. Kasol has various guesthouses and hotels for the night before and after the trek.

The main highlights include the scenic beauty of Parvati Valley, views of snow-capped peaks, walking through dense forests, crossing streams, camping at high-altitude meadows, and sliding down snow-covered slopes.

Yes, the Sar Pass trek is generally considered safe for well-prepared trekkers. It is important to have a reliable trekking plan, proper gear, and knowledge about high-altitude trekking. Trekking with a guide or a reputable trekking company is recommended, especially for those unfamiliar with the area.

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