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Hamta Pass Trek


Duration: 6 nights/ 7 days (2 night hotel)
Best season: mid June to November
Region: Kullu Manali / Lahaul Valley

This trek leads us over the Hamta Pass (4268 m), the eastern- most pass on the Pir Panjal range, which divides the green Kullu Valley from the remote Lahaul Valley.
This trek is the shortest line between the Chandra and Beas Rivers and was a popular route before the road over the Rothang pass was built. It was the trade route from China via Spiti to the Kullu Valley and other parts of the country.

This is one of the most delightful treks in Manali region, affording views of lush green Valleys, snow-capped mountain ranges and barren hills. During this trek we can have spectacular views of the Deo Tibba and the Indrasan peaks, which are both over 6000 meters.

This trek is also possible in Monsoon, when the wild flowers are in bloom and can be best appreciated.

Day 1 Arrival in Manali (MORNING) move to the hotel 
Visit the mall manali

Day 2 Drive to Jagatsukh (2015m) 7 km away from Manali, Jagatsukh to Tilgan (2430m) 5 to 6 hour trek
Uphill, trail leads through forest and passes small old villages. Great view of green Kullu Valley.

Day 3 Tilgan to Sarotu (3380m) 6 to 7 hours trek
First we have a steep climb through forest, then a gradual walk above the tree line. Nice view, great spot for photographer.

Day 4 Sarotu to Chikka (3300m) 6 hours trek
Downhill, crossing of chilly river. If there is no bridge

Day 5 Chikka to Balu-Ka-Gera (3770m) 5 hours trek
Gradual climb along the river through meadows with colorful flowers. At campsite great view of snow covered mountains.

Day 6 Balu Ghera to Shia Gauru (Over Hamta Pass) (4268m) 6 hours trek
Steep ascents up to Hamta pass. Later descend on the other side in steep slopes down to the camp site. Mont Deo Tibba and Indrasan are visible along the way. We have a wide view of the Lahaul Valley.

Day 7 Shia Gauru to Chattru (3560m) 4 hours trek downhill
Nice and easy descend down to Chattru.

Same day drive back to manali

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