Sar Pass Trek

The Sar Pass Trek is a mesmerizing adventure located in the beautiful Parvati Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. This trek offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, thrilling challenges, and cultural experiences. The trail takes you through dense forests, charming villages, gushing rivers, and snow-capped peaks, offering breathtaking views at every turn.

Starting from the quaint village of Kasol, the Sar Pass Trek takes you on a journey of approximately 70 kilometers, reaching an altitude of 13,800 feet at Sar Pass. The trek is known for its diverse terrain, including steep ascents, rocky patches, and snowy stretches. It requires a moderate level of fitness and endurance, making it suitable for both beginners and experienced trekkers.

Along the way, you will encounter stunning landscapes, such as the majestic Tosh Valley, lush green meadows of Grahan, and the serene beauty of Min Thach. The highlight of the trek is crossing the Sar Pass, a high-altitude mountain pass that offers panoramic views of the surrounding peaks, including the mighty Parvati Valley.

Camping under the starry sky is an integral part of the Sar Pass Trek. You will spend nights in cozy tents, enjoying bonfires and sharing stories with fellow trekkers. The trek also provides opportunities to interact with the warm and hospitable locals, experiencing their rich culture and traditions.

The best time to embark on the Sar Pass Trek is during the summer months of May to June and September to October when the weather is pleasant and the trails are accessible. However, the trek is also popular in winter, attracting adventure enthusiasts who are up for the challenge of navigating through snowy landscapes.

The Sar Pass Trek is not only a thrilling adventure but also a soul-stirring journey that allows you to disconnect from the chaos of the city and immerse yourself in the raw beauty of the Himalayas. It is an experience that will leave you with lifelong memories and a deep appreciation for nature's wonders.

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Arrival in Kasol

  • Arrive in Kasol, a charming village in the Parvati Valley.
  • Explore the local markets and soak in the serene atmosphere.
  • Overnight stay in Kasol.

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Kasol to Grahan Village

  • Begin the trek from Kasol to Grahan Village, located at an altitude of 7,700 feet.
  • Trek through dense forests, crossing the river multiple times.
  • Witness the scenic beauty of the Parvati Valley.
  • Overnight stay in Grahan Village.
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Grahan Village to Min Thach

  • Start the trek towards Min Thach, situated at an elevation of 11,000 feet.
  • Enjoy the picturesque landscapes and breathtaking views along the way.
  • Pass through lush green meadows and charming streams.
  • Overnight stay in tents at Min Thach.
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Min Thach to Nagaru

  • Continue the trek from Min Thach to Nagaru, situated at an altitude of 12,500 feet.
  • Experience the gradual change in the terrain as you ascend higher.
  • Encounter snow patches and stunning vistas of the surrounding mountains.
  • Overnight stay in tents at Nagaru.
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Nagaru to Sar Pass and Biskeri Thach

  • Begin the challenging day with an early morning climb to Sar Pass at an altitude of 13,800 feet.
  • Enjoy panoramic views of the snow-capped peaks and the Parvati Valley.
  • Descend towards Biskeri Thach, a beautiful meadow surrounded by mountains.
  • Overnight stay in tents at Biskeri Thach.
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Biskeri Thach to Barshaini and Departure

  • Trek from Biskeri Thach to Barshaini, the endpoint of the trek.
  • Descend through picturesque landscapes and forests.
  • Reach Barshaini and bid farewell to the mountains.
  • Departure from Barshaini to your onward destination.

Please note that the itinerary is subject to change depending on weather conditions, group pace, and the trek leader's discretion.

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Please check the Inclusions and Exclusions before booking the trip. If you have any questions feel free to communicate with us.

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  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • First Aid box
  • Trekking Equipments
  • Guide For Trekking
  • All Permits
  • Farewell dinner
  • Personal Expenses
Pragya Yadav

“Lasting Memories”

Reviewed 7th, September

Waking up to the stunning views, enjoying warm meals, and bonding with fellow trekkers around the campfire created lasting memories.

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Shubham Rawal

“Truly Exhilarating”

Reviewed 16th, May

The feeling of reaching the pass and taking in the panoramic vistas was truly exhilarating.

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The Sar Pass Trek is considered a moderate to difficult level trek. It involves steep ascents, long walking hours, and challenging terrains. Prior trekking experience and good physical fitness are recommended.

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The best time to do the Sar Pass Trek is from May to June and September to November. During these months, the weather is relatively stable, with clear skies and pleasant temperatures. It is advisable to avoid the monsoon season (July and August) due to heavy rainfall and the possibility of landslides.

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The Sar Pass Trek is typically completed in 5 to 6 days, depending on the trekking route and the pace of the group. This duration includes trekking days, camping nights, and travel to and from the base camp.

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While prior trekking experience is not mandatory, it is highly recommended. The Sar Pass Trek involves challenging terrains and long hours of walking, which can be physically demanding. Familiarity with basic trekking techniques and fitness training will enhance your overall trekking experience.

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During the Sar Pass Trek, accommodation is in tents at designated campsites along the trek route. Tents are generally shared among two to three trekkers. The tents are equipped with sleeping bags and mattresses to ensure a comfortable stay.

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Trekking the Sar Pass Trek solo is not recommended, especially for inexperienced trekkers. It is advisable to trek with a knowledgeable guide or be a part of an organized trekking group. This ensures safety, navigation assistance, and a more enjoyable experience.

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There is no strict age restriction for the Sar Pass Trek. However, trekkers should be in good physical health and fitness. It is advisable to consult with a doctor before undertaking the trek, especially for individuals with pre-existing medical conditions or older age groups.

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Yes, permits are required to undertake the Sar Pass Trek. These permits can be obtained from the local authorities or through trekking agencies organizing the trek. It is important to carry the necessary permits and identification documents during the trek.

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Some essential items to carry for the Sar Pass Trek include trekking shoes, warm clothing, rain gear, sleeping bag, trekking poles, headlamp or flashlight, first aid kit, water bottle, and energy snacks. It is advisable to pack light and carry only the necessary items.

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Yes, trekking equipment such as sleeping bags, trekking poles, and jackets can be rented at the base camp or nearby trekking gear shops. However, it is recommended to bring your own well-fitted and comfortable trekking gear for a better experience.

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