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Himalayan Summer Trekking Expedition SAR PASS-2019

Sar Pass is one of the most popular treks among beginners. Located in the Parvati Valley of Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, the trail mostly passes through serene meadows and calm Himalayan villages with an exquisite view of waterfalls and the beautiful snow clad peaks.  It is the seventh heaven for both adventurous travellers and nature lovers. Situated at an altitude of 14000 ft, it can be considered as the perfect introduction to high altitude trekking. Other than winter, snowfall is usually expected in May every year. This trail is definitely one worth putting in your bucket list.

Batches: May - 15th June 2019
Duration: 7Days/6Nights
City: Kasol, Himachal Pradesh
Difficulty: 7/10
Batches: May-15 June 2019
Duration: 7Days/6Nights
City: Kasol, Himachal Pradesh
Difficulty: 7/10
Dates & Availibility

Itinerary

Report at the base camp at Kasol on your own and complete the registration process. Attend an orientation session to be given by the chief organizer/guide which will cover the information like rucksack packing, marching/walking technique and general awareness about the trek route. Comfortable stay is arranged at Kasol(5180 ft) either in tents or wooden houses based on availability.
Trek starts from Kasol at around 7AM and trekkers will hit a comfortable trail filled with lush green forests. The trail turns a bit rocky as one starts to climb uphill. After a 5-6 hour trek participants reach Grahan village. Tents will be set up at Grahan(7700 ft) for a comfortable overnight stay. (9 km, 6 hrs)
Kickstart early in the morning and begin the trek towards the north of Grahan. The trail gets a bit steep as one gets into the pine forest. One can spot Ratta Pani as soon as we exit the forest. Tents are set up at Rattapani(11,200 ft) for a cozy overnight stay. (13 km, 6 hrs)
The trail from Rattapani to Nagaru is relatively tough when compared to the previous days, but it is definitely worth the sweat. On reaching the Nagaru campsite, the magnificent view of the mountains across Parvati Valley simply puts all the energy you spent on the day back into you. Tents are pitched at Nagaru camp(12,500 ft) and participants are advised to sleep early to compensate for the next day’s early start. (10km, 5hrs)
Get up early and start a steep trek through the snow. Sar pass and lot of other peaks are visible from the top. The view is simply breath taking. After spending sometime at the top, participants start the descent by sliding through the snow and reach the valley after a short walk. On reaching Biskeri campsite(11,000 ft), tents are set up for the overnight stay. (13kms, 7hrs)
The descent from Biskeri to Barshani, Pulga is quite an easy one. From Pulga the descent continues and participants cross Parvati River and then climb a bit to reach village Barshani and take Jeep to reach Kasol base camp
After few farewell speeches and gossips, participants have breakfast and say cheese for a quick photo shoot. Arrangements are made for the checkout.
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Things to make a note of

Even though minimum age limit to register for the program is 12 years, children less than 18 years of age are accepted for the treks only with a parent's/guardian's undertaking. For detailed guidelines and terms of participation, visit our Terms and Conditions page.
Members can also drop by at one of our offices and book the programs on an offline basis. You can also Contact Us to avail special Group/Corporate discounts.
ID Proof, YATA-India booking receipt, original medical certificate stating your fitness & two passports sized photographs are a must to enter the Base Camp. Without these documents, participants will not be allowed to proceed further at the Base Camp.
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