What you may experience
Sar Pass trip (13850 feet) features a lovely walk along the turbulent Parvati River, gushing waterfalls, boundless woods, pristine green meadows, and so much more. Visit Mini Israel of India, the Grahan Village, a 200-year-old gorgeous modest hidden gem in the Parvati Valley. Experience walking over a carpet of sparkling pure white snow while taking in the spectacular vistas of the Parvati Valley. To ensure a worry-free walk, significant care is put into your safety and thorough sanitation of all equipment. Enjoy freshly made Himachali food while admiring the spectacular scenery of the Himalayas
Sar Pass, at 13,800 ft. above sea level, offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. Photographers, artists, and nature lovers alike. To get to Sar Pass, you’ll have to trek through some of Nepal’s most scenic scenery, from forests to meadows to ice blankets. You’ll pass a frozen lake called “Sar” on your way from Tila Lotni to Biskeri Ridge. Sar Pass was born! Winter wonderland awaits you as you hike through the dense forest.
How to reach
In order to get to Kasol, follow these directions:
Airport: The nearest airport is Bhuntar Airport, which has direct flights to all major airports via Delhi and Chandigarh. Bhuntar Airport is 32 km away from Kasol. From Bhuntar, you can take a government/private bus or a private tourist taxi to Kasol.
From Chandigarh, 310 km away. Kasol can be reached by public or private bus from here. Private taxis are another option, but they will be more expensive.
Getting to Kasol is easiest by car. From Chandigarh, Delhi, and other major cities, you can easily take a bus to Bhuntar. From Bhuntar, you can take a government/private bus or a private tourist cab to Kasol, which is about an hour away.
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Day 1 of the project
In the Rhododendron Forest | From Kasol to Grahan Village
7700 Ft. / 2,350m | Duration: 4 to 5 hours.
Kasol is the starting point for your Sar Pass trek.
Because the trail is easy and frequently used by locals, it is possible to cover a lot of ground in just a few hours.
You can eat the rhododendron petals whole, and you can mix the syrup with water to make an aperitif.
A steep climb of about an hour takes you to Grahan Village, the last village on the trek, where you’ll lose access to the mobile network for the rest of the trek.
Camp at Grahan for the night in tents.
Day 2 of the project
This is the trail that leads from Grahan to Mung Thach.4-5 hours | Elevation: 3,400m
Wake up to a beautiful view of the snow-covered mountains in the morning.
In the morning, start your climb north of Grahan to Mung Thach via the local trail.Mung Thach, Nagaru and Sar Top are visible on the mountain to your right after a short trek.Ascend the steeper path that leads to a dense forest.
As the slope steepens, so does the path.Arrive at your destination after crossing the forest.
That is, Mung Thach. From here, one can see the Chandrakhani stretch and other prominent Himalayan ranges in the distance.
A forest camp at Mung Thach is where you’ll spend the night.
The third day of the project
Savouring the first glimpse of snow from Mung Thach to Nagaru
5-6 hours | 12,500 ft / 3,810m elevation
In the morning, take advantage of a fresh, cold breeze. Your journey to Nagaru begins with a trek from Mung Thach through the forest.
In this part of the trek, there is a steep drop to the valley below, and the snow can be slippery at this point in the trek.
Nagaru campsite is reached after a couple of hours of climbing steep slopes.
Face north and you will be able to see the Parvati valley and the beautiful town of Manikaran, which is surrounded by majestic mountains.
Camp at Nagaru for the night.
The journey from Nagaru to Biskeri Thach takes between 6 and 8 hours, depending on the route taken.| Elevation: 4,205m | Duration: 6 to 8 hours
Because of the steep snow climb, start early.
Get to the top and take in the breathtaking views of the Sar Pass and the Tosh Valley.
Enjoy the view from the top for a little while and take some amazing pictures to capture the moment.
This is followed by a thrilling and completely safe descent down the Biskeri.
The slide can take you up to a kilometre down a gentler valley slope.
The fifth day has arrived.
To Kasol via Barshaini from Biskeri Thach | A Bag Full of Lifetime Memories at the End of the Trip
4-5 hours | 10,950 ft. / 3,340m
In Biskeri, take in the breathtaking view of the pine forests, majestic mountains, and lush grasslands.
To get to Biskeri, you’ll have to hike down a steep slope that’s surrounded by fences.
After navigating the dense forest, you’ll come to a stream with a campsite on the other side of it.
It’s a short walk from the campsite over a stream to Pulga, which is the smaller of two twin villages.
From Tulga, cross a bridge over the Parvati River to reach Barshaini village.
Trekking Sar Pass: What to Bring
Torches for the head
Coverage from the rain
Clothes that are warm
In a backpack (50-60l)
Pack for a day (20-30l)
I have a water bottle
Socks that aren’t in use
Thermals and fleece jackets
Boots for hiking
Insect and mosquito repellentour