The Sar Pass trek will give visitors everything from hiking through dense trees and Rhododendron groves to outdoor activities in the Grahan Valley. This trek gives the tourists the opportunity to see the Himalayas in Kasol, a small settlement at 1580 m in Parvati Valley in Kullu, covered with lush greens and natural whites. The Sar Pass trek is becoming a favorite among those who are searching for a Kasol of Kullu adventure.
With an average trekking distance of 7-9 km per day, it is easy to moderate the level of difficulty of the Sar Pass trek with an average walking time of up to 7 hours. During the climb, the temperatures range from 0°C up to -20°C, depending very much on the night or day. Also, minor factors such as whether you are in the shade or in the direct sunlight can have a big influence on the thrilling Sar Pass Trek on your body temperature. Make sure you follow the directions of your trekking expert and get the most out of this wonderful ride.
On the first day, you can walk to Grahan Village, one of the beautiful villages of Parvati Valley.. A tour through the green forest of Pinewood, Deodar, and Rhododendrons to Grahan Village. The tour leads from Castle. It’s a popular trail for local people. The Grahan Village takes 4-5 hours. You’re going to hit it by night.
During this tour, you can enjoy Grahan Village’s accommodation for two nights, whether in a guesthouse or in a homestay. Besides that, you will also have the chance to camp for two nights at Grahan Village! Enjoy the life-changing camping experience under the stars!
On the second day of the trekking on the Sar Pass, the sunrise from Grahan Village campsite is the most fantastic and after planning you will walk to Mung Thach. Again, this is the most lovely trek you will have during the hike. You will have the opportunity to be fascinated by Chanderkhani, another specialty of the second-day trek. Your trek from Mung Thach to Nagaru begins the next day. The fourth day is the key day you will witness Sar Pass. The Sar Pass. Your fourth day will end at Biskeri after experiencing this beautiful location. On the fifth day, your journey will come, but you will never forget the adventure you had.
The Parvati Valley is one of the most attractive, natural wonders of the valley, Kullu district, Himachal Pradesh. It is also renowned among walkers worldwide. In Parvati Valley, where the most popular and adventurous route is -‘Sar Pass Trek,’ there are several walking routes. Behind the name of Sar Pass, there is an explanation. The local population says that the lake is known in its local language as “Sar” You can travel through the frozen lake on your way from Tila Lotni to Biskeri Bridge. Which is called “Sar” by local people. It is one of the most popular routes in the mountains of Shivalik. The power of the trekkers is challenged. It’s one of Himachal Pradesh’s high altitude treks.
The unique aspect of this trek is that every place you pass is the most beautiful. You will be fascinated all along the trek. The height of the Sar Pass Trek is 13,850 feet long, making it the climb. Kasol base camp is the base camp for trekking. Kasol is a popular tourist destination also called “Mini Israel of the Himalayas” The vast green alpine wilderness of this area, Deodar tree trees, Rhododendrons, and Pinewood forests surround it. The town is near of the River Parvati. Kasol is also unique since it is situated near another tourist destination, e.g. Manikaran and Barshaini. Manikaran is the site of two Hindu and Sikh religions, where Barshaini is known as the base village for the trekking of kheer Ganga.
The Trekking Trail of the Sar Pass is blessed by the thick green trees, crystal clear waterfall and exciting routes, various Himalayan plant species, and flowers. Grahan Village’s first campsite is the remote town on the way. Here you can see and be amazed at the traditional architecture houses built years ago. Throughout remoteness, Min Throat is an open place where people used to feed their livestock. Nagaru is the last campsite prior to Sar Pass. The most beautiful top of the pass. The views of the Himalayan hills, the valleys, and the woods are wonderful. Becker is again a lovely location of lush green wilderness. Another Bishkeri specialty is here you will have the opportunity to observe Himalayan bird species. The night under the open sky is excellent and there are twinkling stars.
All areas are most picturesque and appropriate to quench the photographic appetite.
Activities to Do
Trekking is the main operation on the Sar Pass. Camping, bird watching, and photography are other events. All of these villages through which you travel are far away. There’s also the most gorgeous experience by camping. The most incredible galaxy views can be experienced there. A total feeling of account will stay throughout the trek. Capture all the moments and panorama views of lifetime memory so that photographs can be taken whenever needed. Walking at the higher altitudes will make the trekking fascinating and you will meet several unique species of the Himalayas.
How do I go?
There are 3 distinct modes of trekking at the Kasol for the Sar Pass:
Bhuntar Airport, which is Kullu Manali’s only major airport, is the nearest airport. Delhi Airport is well connected and all major airports are well connected through Delhi. Delhi flights are regularly run. Kasol Airport is 32 km away so you can board a government/private bus or rent a private tourist taxi from there. The ride to Kasol takes hardly one hour.
Chandigarh is 310 km from the closest railway station. Kasol is available for Volvo and other buses, so pick accordingly. You can also book a taxi from there, but it’s going to be a little costly.
The easiest way to hit Kasol is to do this. You can board an ISBT or Majnu Ka Tilla bus if you decide to leave Delhi. It is 517 Km from Delhi to Kasol and takes 12–13 hours, so you can reach Kasol during the morning by midnight. It will take 8-9 hours to drive I.e. 310 Km. You can take a government bus from Sector-43 ISBT.
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