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Sach Pass Trekking Tour From Delhi

Duration : 11 Nights

Destination Covered : Delhi To Dharamshala - Chamba - Traila - Satrundi - Sach Pass To Bindrabani - Killar - Purthi - Raoli - Manali - Delhi

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Sach Pass Trek 11 Night / 12 Days Tour

Sach Pass trek is one of the most ancient human trails in Himachal. For centuries, people from the Pangi region used the pass to cross over towards Chamba. In old times, as recently as 40-50 years ago, herds of sheep travelling North of Pir Panjal would carry essential supplies like salt on their backs for residents of Pangi. The trail was also famously used by the king of Chamba for surveying his territories across the Pir Panjal. Named after a village Sach Khas on the Pangi side of the pass, Sach Pass has been witness to a lot of change. From sheep carriers to mules to a road starting 2009. While the appeal of the route has definitely gone down over the years, particularly with the road being constructed, the mystical land of Pangi and the Pir Panjals are way too beautiful to lose their appeal just because of a road. In 1960 , when exiled from his home country , 14th Dalai Lama HH Tenzin Gyatso came Dharamasala and settled here at former British cantonment of McLeodgunj. Tibetan Govt. in Exile is functioning from this place since 1960s. The trek in Dhauladhar range , starts from this historic town and Dharamsala and finishes in hill town of Manali. Himachal has been blessed with tremendous natural beauty. The undulating trails of its captivating valleys have always captured the hearts of many trekkers and adventure freaks who come here in search of some unmatched panoramic vistas simultaneously satisfying their adrenaline desires. One of the most magnificent treks in Himachal is the 'Sach Pass' or the 'Sar Pass' trek that takes you through landscapes bustling with gurgling rivers, verdant forests, sparkling streams, quaint little hamlets and striking fruit orchards. One of the oldest trails in Himachal that were used by villagers to cross over from Chamba to snow-bound Pangi Valley and vice-versa in the past, the Sach Pass trek has retained its magical charm even till today.

One of the most challenging treks in Himachal, the only thing that keeps you motivated along the treacherous route to the pass is a surreal view of the beautiful clouds, snow-capped peaks of the Pir-Panjal ranges, precariously hanging glaciers and an inner zeal to make it to the summit. While braving the slippery slopes, making your way through tricky terrains and hideous turns with your teeth clattering in the numb chilling cold, when you finally reach your destination perched at a height of 4400 metres above sea level, that proud feeling of being on top of the world is beyond words. The conventional Sach Pass trek commences from Traila in Chamba Valley covering Satrundi via a small village of Bhanodi, further making the way towards Sach Pass following forest trails and snow-laden tracks. The Sach Pass Trek, being one of the alpine treks in the Indian Himalayan belt, requires some serious acclimatization and fitness and hence it is recommended only for experienced trekkers who are having have prior experience of high altitude trekking. The best time to hit the tracks is during the Indian summer season.

Sach Pass Trekking Tour Detailed Itinerary
Area: Himachal
Season: May- June, Sept - Oct
Altitude: 3600 mts/11810 ft
Day 1
Delhi To Dharamshala (510 Kilometers/ 12 To 13 Hours)

From Delhi in the evening, we will travel towards Dharamshala by the AC Volvo coach. It will be an overnight voyage.

Day 2

By morning, we will reach Dharamshala where you will meet our executive and get transferred to the hotel and check- in. You can spend morning time relaxing at the hotel or you can opt for independent activities. After having delicious lunch at the hotel we will go out for seeing the sights of this exquisite place. Dharamsala is a spectacular hill station; separated into Upper & Lower towns and altitude here varies from an elevation of 1250 M to 2000 M. Furthermore, Dharamsala is the seat of His Holiness Dalai Lama and his Govt in exile. In the upper Dharamsala at the altitude of at (1730 Metres) Mcleod Ganj located, which is also famous as the "Little Lhasa of India". Today we will stay overnight in a hotel.

Day 3
Dharamsala To Chamba

Today in the morning we will move ahead and drive to our destination Chamba (1900 metres) which is about 240 kilometers from Dharamsala. Chamba is the located in the westernmost area of Himachal Pradesh. The Ravi River towards the south and the Chenab River runs towards the north from here. A huge playing field is located just in the middle of the town, which is known as 'Chowgan', a grassy field of about 805 metres in length and 73 metres in width. In Chamba city, there are various marvelously carved temples which you can visit and explore during your stay. The arrangements are made for overnight stay at a Tourist Bungalow.

Day 4
Chamba To Traila

Today, in the morning we will leave Chamba move ahead and drive towards Traila (2500 metres). It will be a journey of 145 kilometres and will take around 4 hours to reach Traila. >From Chamba, you will reach the Pangi valley which is a terrain of the pretty faces, fabulous dances, and the picturesque backdrops. In this stunning valley, two main communities, specifically Pangwala and Bhots reside here. The arrangements are made for overnight stay at a Tourist Bungalow.

Day 5
Traila To Satrundi

This is the day on which we will begin our trekking. Today we will trek towards Satrundi (2900 metres). On the trail, we will cover a distance of about 15 kilometres and pass through a small hamlet Bhanodi. On the way to the trek, we will pass through a forest pathway with gradual ascends and descend till we reach Satrundi. After reaching Satrundi, we will be staying for the night in the tents.

Day 6
Satrundi To Sach Pass To Bindrabani

This day, we will move ahead and start the trek in the direction of our next destination Bindrabani (2750 metres). On the trail, we will be crossing the Sach Pass at an elevation of (4500 Metres) which will be a vertical climb from Satrundi. As we reach the pass we get to see fabulous vistas of the hanging glaciers, lofty mountains, and various virgin peaks all around. Later, we will be crossing the glacier on the trail to reach Bindrabani. After reaching our destination we will set up camps and stay overnight here.

Day 7
Bindrabani To Killar

Today, from Bindrabani we will commence the trek in the direction of Killar (2400 metres) that is located in the middle of the zigzag trails in a deep and slender gorge of the River Chenab. We will be staying in the tented camps tonight set up in the serene and stunning surrounds.

Day 8
Killar To Purthi

This day in the morning we will start the trek and head in the direction of Purthi (2200 Metres). On the trail, we will cover a distance of approximately 24 kilometres in around 7 hours. Moving ahead for a distance of about 7 KM, the trail will turn in the East direction for Purthi. Purthi is a very captivating place well-known for its paramount forest nurseries and the impressive historical Rest House located near on the right bank of the River Chandra Bhaga. We will be staying overnight in the tents at Purthi.

Day 9
Purthi To Raoli

Today, we will star the trek in the morning towards Raoli (2000 M) our next destination. It will take about 5 hours to reach Raoli on the way of the trail we will cover a distance of about 14 KM. The trail is an easy one with some moderate ascends and descends on the path. We will be crossing the Chandra Bhaga River through a rope bridge. After reaching our destination Raoli, we will be staying overnight in the tents.

Day 10
Raoli To Manali

Today we will leave Raoli in the early morning and drive in the direction of Manali (1920 metres) on the way we will pass through Keylong. It will be a journey of 6 hours and we will cover a distance of approx. 240 KM. We will halt for having lunch en route. The arrangements are made for the overnight stay in the hotel at Manali.

Day 11

On this day, we will travel around and explore the exquisite beauty of Manali hill station and then in the afternoon you will transfer to bus stand, from where you will board the catch the bus departing for Delhi. It will be an overnight voyage by bus.

Day 12
Arrive Delhi

By morning time, you will reach Delhi and here the Sach Pass Trek ends.

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