Hampta Pass Trek

6D – 5N | Manali to Manali

₹ 7,450 ₹ 10,500

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↬ Description

The entrancing Hampta Pass may be found hidden away in the mystical highlands of Kullu, which are found in Himachal Pradesh. The Kullu valley, which is located on one side of the journey, has a diverse environment that includes flowers, waterfalls, streams, and woods, while the Lahaul valley, which is located on the other side, features a large stretch of arid and lonely mountains. The trip lasts for five days and covers a total distance of 22 km. There are few steep ascents or descents, and the landscape changes in unexpected ways throughout. The enchanting Rani nallah is our travelling companion for the first two days of the trip. After a few spectacular river crossings on the third day, we start rising towards the pass, which is perched at a height of 4,200 metres. The walk comes to a finish at the picturesque Chandra Tal lake, which is located at a high altitude and is known for its beauty. This beautiful, emerald-green lake can be found at an elevation of 4,250 metres, and it is renowned for both its tranquilly and its splendour. The months of June through October are great for completing this walk since that is when the enchantment of monsoon showers brings a diverse range of flowers and hues to life. Because of the soft, white clouds that often cover the landscape, the area is well-known for its regular whiteouts. The highlights of Hampta Pass include moving through cotton clouds, camping next to the mellow flow of rivers, having lunch on meadows filled with vibrant flowers, strolling on quaint bridges, traversing the snow-covered pass, resting near small waterfalls, and experiencing soothing showers. Other highlights include moving through the snow-covered pass, passing through the snow-covered pass, walking on snow-covered bridges, and walking on snow-covered bridges. Check read this article to learn more about the trip’s highlights: Highlights of the Hampta Pass Trek.

↬ Itinerary

Day 1: Manali arrival

After departing from Delhi, you would get to Manali about noon on the next day. Our guest house is situated in Vashisht, which is 2050 metres or 6725 feet away from the centre of Manali and can be reached by auto rickshaw for Rs 150 or Rs 200. The temple in Vashisht is famous for the natural hot spring that can be found inside it. Spend the day on a walk to Jogini Falls, which is just a couple of hours away. Guests may choose to stay in either a lodge or a guest house during their visit.

Day 2: From Manali to Jobri drive and Chhika trek

Today we will begin our journey by travelling around 30 kilometres from the hamlet of Preni to the Jobri roadhead, which is located at an elevation of approximately 2850 metres (9350 feet). The path is quite difficult to navigate due to the many sharp turns and steep inclines it has. Jobri is not a village, although it does have a few temporary buildings for the local employees that are employed at the hydro power plant. The journey will start from this location. After passing over a concrete bridge, we make a turn to the left. On our left, we are able to keep access to the Aleo Nallah. After passing across the Aleo Nallah, the trail emerges from the confer woods onto an open meadow after taking a winding path through the forest. After a very simple hike of 5 km, which will take between 2 and 3 hours to complete, we will set up camp in Chhika, which is at an elevation of 3020 metres or 9905 feet. Along the stream’s left bank is where you’ll find the designated camping area. A beautiful waterfall may be observed from the campsite’s elevated vantage point.

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↬ Inclusion

  • From Day 1 through Day 6 of your walk, you will be sleeping in various hotels and tents.
  • All meals are provided, beginning with the first night’s dinner and ending with breakfast on day sixth. On all days of the walk, we provide simple, healthy vegetarian meals.
  • We will provide for round-trip transportation from Manali to Manali
  • Trekking permits and camping expenses in the woods are all accounted for.
  • Tents and sleeping bags of the highest quality will be provided at each camp. Fortunately, we have high-altitude sleeping bags that are good down to ten degrees Celsius.
  • Gaiters, microspikes, and ropes are available.

↬ Exclusion

  • Costs associated with carrying personal items, such as luggage, on the hike.
  • The term “emergency costs” refers to any and all costs that crop up as a direct consequence of a crisis.
  • There will be no access to bottled water at any point throughout the walk.

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