Himalayan Trek to SarPass

(The Sar Pass is in Parvati Valley of Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, a state of India. Sar, in local dialect, means a lake).

Place: Manali, Himachal Pradesh

Type: Himalaya

Endurance: Medium

Difficulty: Medium

Activities: Trekking / Camping

Cost: Rs.12700.00







Himalayan Trekking


Himachal Pradesh



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Day 1: Pick Up from New Delhi for Kasol
Bus Ride from New Delhi to Manali at 5 PM via Volvo Bus.(Meals not included during bus travel).

Day 2: Registration and Orientation at Kasol
Get down at Bhuntar from the Volvo by 6 AM and will take other transportation for Kasol(32 kms from Bhuntar).
Participants can use this day for acclimatization in Kasol by trekking till Chalal village.
Orientation regarding the trek will be given which will cover information like Rucksack packing, marching technique and medical awareness after evening snacks.
Participants have to submit NOC and Medical certificate to the coordinator in evening.

Day 3: Trek to Grahan village ( 6-7 hours)
Trek will commence at 7AM.
Reporting place will be Namaste Café.  
All the participants will have to be on time.
The trek starts from the centre of Kasol and keeps to the true left of the Grahan nalah.
The trail is easy and frequently used by locals.
The trail goes through lovely pine forests.
The ascend is gentle and easy.
One can effortlessly cover much distance in a couple of hours.
After Grahan nalah the trail becomes rocky and climbing uphill, away from the right bank of the river.
Buras (Rhododendrons) grows in the forest here.
After a steep climb of about an hour, one reaches the village of Grahan, situated at the top.
Overnight stay in tents at Grahan.

Day 4: Grahan to Min Thach ( 5-6 hours)
In the morning we climb towards the north of camping ground at Grahan.
Villagers can be seen using this path for Min Thach.
After walking for a while, one can see Min Thach, Nagaru, and Sar Top on the mountain to the right.
The trail also becomes steeper and leads into the woods.
The slope becomes steeper and the path is confusing in some places.
After crossing the forest we arrive to Min Thach.
Overnight in tents at Min Thach.

Day 5: Min Thach to Nagaru (4 hours)
Trek from Min Thach to Nagaru  is a short but difficult part.
The slope falls steeply to the valley.
After crossing steep slope for a couple of hours, one finally reaches Nagaru campsite.
Facing north, one can see magnificent mountains across the Parvati valley.
Night is very cold due to the chilling wind.  
It is advisable to sleep early to avoid cold and the next day involves an early start.

Day 6: Nagaru to Biskeri Thach via Sar Pass ( 7-8 hours)
Next day we have to make an early start, as the climb is steep through the snow. Sar pass and the elevated peaks of the Tosh valley are now visible.
As one reaches the top, the view is exhilarating.
After that the slide is the most fun and completely safe as long as some precautions are taken.
The slide takes one as far as a kilometre to a gentler slope of the valley.
Valley arrives after walking for an hour from Sar Pass.
We will then continue the trek through some dense rhododendron bushes  towards Biskeri Thach campsite.
Overnight stay in tents at Biskeri Thach.

Day 7: Biskeri Thach to Barshaini and drive back to Kasol base camp ( 4-5 hours). Departure from Kasol.
Biskeri presents a sublime view of the pine forests, the majestic mountains and the lovely grasslands.
From Biskeri we will descend towards Pulga village.
The descend is easy and takes around 4-5 hours to reach Pulga.
From Pulga we will continue to descend to cross Parvati river and then climb to reach village Barshaini.
Ride to Kasol and departure for Delhi by 6 PM.

Day 8: Arrival in Delhi.
Reach Delhi by 8.00 AM 
Book further tickets only after 12.00 pm. Considering some Buffer Time.

• Identity Proof
• warm jacket (compulsory)
• Full Body Towel 01 nos.
• Sun protection & Cold Cream (Sunscreen/Lip balm/Sunglasses)
• Insulation (Jacket/ Personal Clothing’s/ Fleece Gloves/ Hat or Cap)
• Illumination (Headlamp or flashlight (Plus spare – Extra batteries)
• Bandanna or Buff
• Rainwear (jacket, pants) (Depend on Weather)
• Boots or Shoes suited to terrain
• Socks plus spares
• Camera and memory cards – Optional
• Binoculars – Optional
• Cell phone with Charger
• Energy Food
• Sandals
• Personal Clothing (T-Shirts/Lowers/Under Garments etc.)
• Personal First-aid Kit.
• Hydration Bag or Water Bottle
• Earplugs and eye shade – UV Protected or Cat 4
• Thermal Inners
• Note: It is very important that you line the inside of your bags with a big polythene sheet. Doing so will ensure, that in the event of rain, even though your bag may get wet, your clothes will still remain dry!

Transportation from Delhi to Delhi
Meals While on trek
Professional Guide        
Trekking sticks
Forest Permit   
Tents and Sleeping Bag               

Bottled water 
Personal Expense
Meals during bus travel
Cost of emergency
Personal Porter Charges

By Air

By Train

By Road



The Sar pass trek, offering an absolute escapade and is recommended for beginners and moderate level trekkers. It routes through a series of scenic meadows and forests coupled with steep rocky terrain and long snow patches. The trek also tests one’s mental endurance.


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