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Sar Pass

Himachal Pradesh,Himachal Pradesh
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The Sar Pass trek is a famous trekking route nestled in the stunning Parvati Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. It's named after the Sar Pass, a high-altitude mountain pass that trekkers traverse during the journey.

Trek Info

Trail Type : A cross over trail through passes

Rail Head : Pathankot is the nearest rail head to the base camp

Airport : Bhuntar Airport

Base Camp :Kasol

Best Season : April/ May/June/July

Service From :Kasol to Kasol

Meals :Veg

Stay :Homestay/ Camping

Region :Himachal

Duration :4N/5D

Grade :Moderate

Maximum Altitude :13800 Ft

Approx Trekking KM :47

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(Himachal Pradesh To Himachal Pradesh)
Day :1 Arrival in Kasol - Trek to Grahan Village
    Start the sar pass trekking from Kasol to Grahan Village, a picturesque hamlet surrounded by forests. The trek takes around 5-6 hours, covering a distance of approximately 10 kilometers. Overnight stay in Grahan Village, either in tents or homestays.
Day :2 Grahan to Min Thach | Follow the Trail Through Thick Cover of Trees
    Duration: 4-5 hours | Elevation: 11,150 Ft. / 3,400m Wake up to a beautiful view of the beautiful snow-clad mountains and have breakfast. Start your trek north of the camping ground of Grahan towards Min Thach through the trail commonly used by the locals. After continuing your trek for a while, witness the Min Thach, Nagaru, and Sar Top. Trek through the steeper path that leads into the woods with a thick cover of trees. After crossing the forest arrive at your destination for the day - Min Thach. Overnight stay at Min Thach in a forest camp.
Day :3 Min Thach to Nagaru | Savour the first Glimpse of Snow
    Duration: 5-6 hours | Elevation: 12,500 Ft. / 3,810m Enjoy a gust of fresh cold breeze in the morning. Get refreshed, have breakfast and start your trek from Min Thach to Nagaru which will pass through the woods. This is a difficult part of the trek, the slope falls steeply to the valley below. After crossing a steep slope for a couple of hours, reach Nagaru campsite. When facing north you will see magnificent mountains across the Parvati valley and the beautiful town of Manikaran. Overnight camp stay at Nagaru.
Day :4 Nagaru to Biskeri Thach | Stand Tall at the Sar Pass Top at 13,800 Ft.
    Duration: 6-8 hours | Elevation: 13,800 Ft. / 4,205m Wake up, have breakfast and make an early start, as the climb is steep through the snow. Reach the top and enjoy the stunning views of Sar Pass and the elevated peaks of the Tosh Valley. Stay at the top for a bit to cherish your accomplishment and take some amazing pictures to freeze the moment in time. Afterwards, slide down the Biskeri. The slide takes one as far as a kilometre to a gentler slope of the valley. Walk for an hour crossing a few streams to reach the campsite of Biskeri Thach.
Day :5 Biskeri Thach to Kasol via Barshaini
    Wake up, have breakfast and get ready to start your trek to Barshaini. Enjoy the sublime view of the pine forests, the majestic mountains, and the lush grasslands on your way. The path will lead you to the twin villages of Pulga and Tulga which are separated by a stream. From Tulga, cross a bridge on the river Parvati, to reach the village of Barshaini. From Barshaini, get transferred to Kasol in a jeep. As you reach Kasol, your Sar Pass trek comes to an end!


1. Meals while on trek (Veg)

2. All necessary entry fees and permits.

3. Accommodation: - Guest house/ home stay/ camping during Trek.

4. Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide, cook and Support staff.

5. First aid medical kits, stretcher and oxygen cylinder.

6.Trek equipments: Sleeping bag, mattress, tent (tripple sharing), kitchen & dinning tent, toilet tent, utensils and crampon (if required)

7. Staff Insurance.

8. Porters/mules to carry central equipment.

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1. Any kind of personal expenses.

2. Food during the transit.

3. Mules or porters to carry personal luggage.

4. Insurance.

5. Any kind of emergency evacuation charges

6. Transport

7. Anything not specifically mentioned under the head.

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What to carry

  1. Trekking shoes: A good pair of trekking shoes is essential for a comfortable and safe trek. Look for shoes that are sturdy, provide good ankle support, and have a good grip on different types of terrain.
  2. Backpack with rain cover (50-60 ltr): A backpack is necessary to carry all your gear. Make sure it's the right size for your trek, and comes with a rain cover to keep your belongings dry in case of rain.
  3. Thermals (upper and lower): Thermals are lightweight and comfortable base layers that help regulate your body temperature in cold weather. Bring both upper and lower thermals to keep warm.
  4. 3 T-shirts (advisable quick dry): Choose quick-drying T-shirts made from breathable and moisture-wicking materials. This will help keep you cool and dry during your trek.
  5. 2 trek pants: Choose lightweight and comfortable trek pants that are easy to move in and can dry quickly if wet.
  6. Jacket (-10 degree): A warm jacket is essential for cold weather. Choose a jacket that is waterproof and windproof, and provides good insulation.
  7. Fleece or hood (2): Fleece jackets or hoodies are great mid-layer options to keep warm. Bring at least two, as they can also be used as an extra layer at night.
  8. Sunglasses (UV protected): Protect your eyes from the sun's harmful UV rays with sunglasses that are designed for outdoor activities.
  9. Sun cap: A sun cap or hat with a brim will protect your face and neck from the sun.
  10. Hand gloves: Bring a pair of lightweight gloves to keep your hands warm and protected from wind and sunburn.
  11. Woollen cap: A woollen cap will keep your head and ears warm at night or in cold weather.
  12. Socks (3 pairs min): Bring at least three pairs of good quality socks that are moisture-wicking and provide good cushioning and support for your feet.
  13. Headlamp: A headlamp will come in handy if you're hiking in low-light conditions or need to find your way in the dark.
  14. Trekking pole (if needed): Trekking poles can help reduce strain on your legs and provide additional support on steep terrain.
  15. Rain cover\poncho: A rain cover or poncho will keep you and your gear dry during unexpected rain showers.
  16. Day pack (if you plan to offload your bag): If you plan to offload your backpack during the trek, bring a smaller day pack to carry essentials like water, snacks, and a first aid kit.
  17. A toiletry kit: Bring a small kit with personal hygiene items, such as a toothbrush and toothpaste, wet wipes, hand sanitizer, and toilet paper.
  18. Lunchbox, cup, spoon: If you plan to bring your own food, bring a lunchbox, cup, and spoon to carry and eat your meals.
  19. 2 one-litter bottles: Staying hydrated is crucial, so bring at least two one-liter bottles to carry water.
  20. 2-3 plastic covers to keep your wet or used clothes: Plastic bags are useful for keeping wet or dirty clothes separate from the rest of your belongings. They can also be used to pack out any trash or waste you generate during the trek.
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How to reach

Bus : To reach Kasol, there are multiple transportation options available to you. If you prefer to travel by road, the Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) operates regular buses from nearby states such as Delhi, Haryana, and Punjab. Within the state of Himachal Pradesh, the buses run between cities like Pathankot, Shimla, Kangra, Solan, and Dharamsala.

Train : In case you plan to travel by train, Pathankot serves as the nearest railhead which is approximately 150 km away from Kasol. You can choose to travel via Himsagar Express, Andaman Express or Sarvodaya Express. Another option you can consider is Chandigarh, which is about 310 km away. From either of these railheads, you can hire taxis or private vehicles to reach Kasol.

Air: If you prefer air travel, the nearest airport to Kasol is Bhuntar Airport, which is almost 31 km away and located near Kullu. The airport is connected to three cities, namely Delhi, Pathankot, and Shimla. Upon arrival, you can hire local cabs or private vehicles to reach Kasol.

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Ques: 1 What level of fitness is expected from me on this trek?

Ans: 1 Falling in the list of easy to moderately difficult, the Sar Pass Trek is considered to expect an average level of fitness from you. If you start a month early and continue your daily workout then you will easily cover most of the route.

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Cancellation policy

Life is unpredictable and we understand sometimes you have to cancel or change your trip dates and it is our endeavour to make it as easy possible for you. However, please understand we plan everything including guide fees, permits, accommodation and ration in advance. Therefore any cancellation means inconvenience and certain losses to the people involved in various stages of programme. Keeping that in mind, our cancellation charges are as below-

Cancellation prior to 30 days from start of the event: Get monetary refund with 15% of cancellation charges on trek fee.

Cancellation between 30 days and 15 days to the start of event: 50% on trek fee is non refundable and the remaining 50 % will be given as cash voucher which is valid for 1 year.

Cancellation less than 15 days to the start of event: No refund.

Please note cancellation will be only accepted by email.

Note: The Himalayan Daredevils reserves the right to cancel a programme before departure in the event of logistical problems arriving due to natural calamities, strikes, wars on any other circumstances that makes the event inadvisable. In this case, we will refund 50% of the event fees.

Itinerary changes & trip delays:

We plan itineraries based on the information at the time of planning and in rare circumstances, there are subject to change. In the event that the itinerary is changes or delayed due to unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather conditions, transportation delays, government intervention, landslides etc. We will always aim to give you the best experience possible. However The Himalayan Daredevils are not be held responsible for the cost of delay or changes.

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