• Altitude: 14,000 ft
  • Season: May
  • Region: Manali
  • Grade: Moderate to Difficult

Hamta pass trek is a long but easiest trek in Himachal Pradesh. Hamta pass trek might not be the most challenging trek, but it has its own specialty. Hamta pass trek has different landscapes from the start of the trek to the end you will see the variations in landscapes from the tree line to grassland, to grassland to snow and the variations of sceneries of this trek cannot be found on any other trek.

Day 1 Manali to Chika via Jobra

Meals: No Breakfast Lunch Dinner

We will drive to Jobra by cab it will take us to 2 hours to get there. When we reach there you found apple orchards, we walk through apple orchards to pine forest. You will also find a variety of trees like maple, deodar, toss, and oak. Half an hour into the trek and now you can see meadows. Take a minute or couple to just enjoy the surroundings takes a fresh breath. As you start walking on meadows you’ll see Rani Nallah which flows directly between the meadows. This fabulous view will make you feel like you are in some fairy tale story, and it does kind of seems like this sight of view is straight out of fairy tale. After crossing the vast meadows you will reach the Chika where you will be spending the rest of the evening in the Chika camp site.

Day 2 Chika to Balu Ghera

Meals: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

The second day, after breakfast you head to your next destination Balu Ghera. As we start following the rivers left-back to reach Balu Ghera the trails lead to a slope of boulders. Despite the rocky path, the way not much difficult and you can complete it easily. After walking for 2 hours you found yourself standing in front of the mighty Dhauladhar range of Himalayas. Take a moment to watch the marvelous sight of snow peaks front of and river, green meadows, silver birch trees around you. From here we need to walk now 1-2 hours of trek to get to the Balu Ghera. As you start walking you going to more of more amaze by the beauty of nature you will find snow melting into the river walking for a while you find multi-colored flowers the last of tree line now has come to end from here now only meadows and the rocky path is going to walk upon. In the end, now you have reached Balu Ghera. In Balu Ghera, you only found snow and green grass, It is said that the place Balu Ghera is formed due to and sand and dust deposited by the river. Balu Ghera composite is flat land. Our today's trek ends here.

Day 3 Balu Ghera to Siagoru crossing Hamta pass

Meals: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

After leaving Balu Ghera we continue to the head of the valley before a steep ascent takes us onto the Hampta Pass (4280m). We take in amazing views of the surrounding the mighty Inderasan and Deo Tibba Peak. We then descend a steep path to our campsite at Shiragoru.

Day 4 Shiragoru to Chhatru, 3-4hours trek, Jeep to Kunzum Pass(4500m), trek to Chandratal Lake

Meals: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

We have a short trek of 3-4 hours to reach the road again at Chhatru. On the descent, there are fantastic views into the Lahaul Valley and one starts to get the feel of being in real high altitude mountain country. From Chhatru we’ll onto the jeep and drive through the valley. The Lahaul Valley is world-renowned for its geological diversity and the journey takes in some spectacular scenery. We drive up to Kunzum Pass(4500m). This formidable barrier between the Lahaul and Spiti Valley gives great views of both valleys. After paying our respects at the Kunzum gompa we then head down to Chandratal. It’s an easy trail and we’ll arrive at the amazingly barren, but beautiful, Chandratal lake by afternoon. This holy lake, sitting at 4300m, is surrounded by strangely multi-colored slopes and distant peaks. Again, the rest of the day is yours to enjoy this unbelievable landscape.

Day 5 Chandratal to Manali, jeep drive 6-7hours

Meals: Breakfast Lunch No Dinner

In the morning we’ll get back in the jeeps and drive back to Manali by Rothang pass(3900m).

Trek Fee Includes:

  • Accommodation: From Day 1 to last day of the trek accommodation will be provided at campsite.
  • Meals: From Dinner on Day to Breakfast on Last day of trek are included. Himalayan Trekker Provides on Vegetarian food.
  • Trek Equipments: Sleeping bag, mattress, tent (twin sharing), kitchen & dinning tent, toilet tent and utensils.
  • Camping Charges: All necessary permits and entry fees.
  • Safety Equipment: First aid medical kits, stretcher and oxygen cylinder.

Trek Fee NOT Includes:

  • Food during transit to and from the base camp
  • Backpacks Offloading: Porter to carry personal backpack
  • Note:Himalayan Trekker expect you to carry your own backpacks,if you wish to offload your backpack, you can give it to Potar. Charges - 800 full trek You have to inform us in advance for backpack offloading. once we reached at starting point of trek offloading can't be possible.
  • Stay at Manali on the last day
  • Anything apart from inclusions

Cancellation Polices:

  • Cancellations prior to 10 days from the start of the Trek: Get a full refund (minus 5% transaction cost). The money will be transferred to the same bank account from where the transaction was made.
  • Cancellations prior to 7 days from the start of the Trek: 50% Cancellations Charges. The money will be transferred to the same bank account from where the transaction was made.
  • Cancellations less than 5 days of departure: Unfortunately, NO REFUND.
  • If Trek Cancelled Himalayan Trekker: You will get 100% refund without any transaction cost.

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Faq's of Hampta Pass Trek:

1. What is the best time for Hampta Pass Trek?
Hampta Pass trek is one that can be done any time regardless of the season. Still the most suitable to enjoy each moment of the trek are the months from June to September. During this time, the temperature level will be in an average of 13 to 18 degree Celsius during day time and it drops to a low of 0 degree Celsius at night. In September, the temperature drops down ever more. June has a special place in Hampta Pass trekkers' mind and the reason behind it is the snow. So, a lot of adventure lovers have pointed out that mid June can be considered as the best time to do a thrilling trek to Hampta Pass.
2. What medicines I should carry? Can I take diamox?
You can carry you own personal medicines and firs-aid kit with you, but make sure you have consulted the concern doctor before carrying medicines and before consuming any medicine discuss with your trek leader. Yes, you can carry Diamox only if you have Doctor's prescription.
3. What is the level of fitness expected from the participants?
The difficulty level of Hampta Pass trek is MODERATE. Hence, it is recommended that you have a little prior experience of trekking and have the optimum level of fitness. It is advisable that you go through a thorough medical check-up before booking the trek.
4. Will there be mobile connectivity?
During your trek, you may find mobile connectivity in some places. But for the majority of times, there will no mobile connectivity during the Hampta Pass trek.
5. How is Hampta Pass Trek weather?
Almost moderately warmer climate can be experienced at Hampta Pass if you choose June and July and the day temperature varies from 13 to 18 degree Celsius and it falls into 0 to 7 degree Celsius at night. When it comes to September, the climate will become colder with slightly lower temperature during day time as well as at night. There will be snow fall at different points on the trek till early days of July and if it is raining, then the snow will melt away.
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Advisory:

  • > Before undertaking the trek, consult a physician.
  • > Children below 16 years are not allowed on the trek.
  • > Do not consume alcohol or any other intoxicants during the trek.
  • > Carry your personal basic medications and a first-aid kit during the trek.
  • > Do not take any kind of medications without discussing it with your trek leader.
  • > The trek takes place through ECO-FRIENDLY do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites.
  • > Do not consume alcohol or any other intoxicants during the trek.
  • > The itinerary and trekking route is subject to change without prior notice based on the weather conditions and guideā€™s discretion.

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Minimum Group size is 4 Persons

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