Himalayan Trek to Hampta Pass  [31st Oct - 4th Nov 2021]

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Trekking in Himalaya is always lifetime experience, mixed feelings, strenuous but in the end a wonderful experience with lots of memories. The scenic landscape changes its nature gradually offering a visual delight to the trekkers. The horizon is filled with the infinities of the sky and a unique tranquility surrounds the atmosphere. You can hear the sound of the wind and feel the true power of nature which is otherwise lost in a hustling city life. All you feel at that moment is completely 'humbled' in front of Mother Nature.
The route of the Hampta pass through delightful alpine pastures, snowfields and offers magnificent views of peaks such as Mount Indrasan (6221 meters), Mount Deotibba ( 6001 meters ) and the other side of the valley known as the Spiti Valley in Lahaul District. The trail has a rich flora and fauna with forests of cedar, fir, walnut, oak etc. and colorful birds.

Important: Do keep a reserve day in Manali and arrange your return trip. In the event of snow, the itinerary can be extended for one more day.

Trip Details:

Duration 5 Days, 4 Nights - Manali to Manali
Highest Altitude 4,298 Meters / 14,100 Feet ASL
Grade Easy - Moderate
Temperature Day time : 10 C to 15 C. Night: 5 to -4 C.                                            
Best Time May to June & August to October.
Terrain Scree slopes with rocky terrain.
Activity Type High-Altitude Trekking
Starts at Manali
Ends at Manali
Region Himachal Pradesh - India
Nearest Airport Kullu (50 Km from Manali) - Himachal
Nearest Railways Station Jogindar Nagar Railway Station

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Tentative Schedule:
Day - 1 Arrival at Manali

 Arrival at Manali. After meeting the trek coordinator, proceed to the Hotel. Introduction and Briefing about trek. Overnight stay at Manali in Hotel.

Day 2: Trek to Chikka

Wake up early in the morning to catch a taxi or jeep to Hampta Dam which is the starting point of our trek after finishing the breakfast. From there it is a gentle and beautiful climb, although some trails are bit tricky to cross. Get to see Beautiful views Pine Forest, Rock faces & Trees like Maple, Walnut, Fir, Oak on the way. We will start our trek from Hamta Dam and halt at Chikka. The first day Campsite at Chikka identified by big boulders and Beautiful Waterfalls. You will reach campsite by evening.
Day 3: Chikka to Balu ka Ghera

Mesmerizing views of the Dhauladhar range. This range also has some beautiful waterfalls and lakes along with the icy-cold water. The second-day trek will take around 4/5 hrs from Chikka to Balu Ka Ghera which is at 11,900 ft.The initial part of the trek would be through the bank of the river through the rocks. During the trek, you will start seeing "Valley of Snow".
Balu Ka Ghera is actually a large plain ground on the bank of the river and camping at this spot is a dream for everyone as the whole place is so picturesque and breathtaking. Once People reach the campsite they will relax at the campsite.

Day 4: Bhalu ka Ghera to Hampta Pass to Bhalu ka Ghera

This day's climb is a crucial one. The trail moves uphill towards Hamta Pass where Deo Tibba, Indrasan peaks and Lahaul valley visible around. It takes around a Minimum of 4/5h to reach to the top of Hamta Pass. Then start descending to Bhalu ka Ghera.  

Day 5:  Bhalu ka Ghera to Hampta Dam
Trek back to Hampta Dam from Bhalu ka Ghera.Reach Hampta Dam & Drive back to Manali. Trek ends here with sweet memories !!!

Participation Fees Rs.8,999/- Per Person + 5% GST

Cost Includes:
- Camping Tents, Kitchen tents, Dining Tent and Sleeping bags (Holofill) and Carry mats.
- Nutritious, high-calorie vegetarian food
- Guide, cook and camp helpers.
- Tented accommodation (3 people in each tent)
- Basic First Aid
- Forest Permission Charges
- Coordinator throughout the trek

Cost Excludes:
- Any expenses of personal nature like phone call etc
- Any air/train to reach Delhi and return from Delhi.
- Travel from Delhi to Manali.
- Any hotel accommodation
- Horses with horsemen to carry your loads on the route.
- Your Accommodation or any other expenses before or after the trek schedule.
- Extra food apart from mentioned above
- Anything not mentioned above.
- Backpack 35- 40 Liters (You can choose to send it with horse/porter at actual cost)
- Small day pack 20 Liters (you can use this on the trail to carry your trail food, camera, water and trail layers. Ideal to carry only if you are sending bigger bag on horse/porter)

Click this link to know the List of things to carry, Do's & Dont's, Fitness required.

Read our Cancellation Policy, just in case you have to cancel your participation.
Read our Refund Policy, in case we are forced to cancel this event.

Important points to be noted before registering.

For any clarification email us at [email protected] or call on 9611102222

How to Reach:
There are three ways to reach Manali from Delhi.

By Air: The nearest airport from Manali is Bhuntar which is approximately 50 km from Manali. Air India operates flights between Delhi and Bhuntar.

By Train: You can take a train to Pathankot, and then a narrow gauge train to Jogindernagar, from where Manali can be covered by road.

By Road: The distance from Delhi to Manali is approximately 550 km and the journey requires 12/14 hours. Seats in private Volvo buses can also be booked online. Tickets on buses operated by the Himachal State Road Transport can be booked from ISBT. The last govt bus leaves at 9.30 pm from ISBT Kashmere Gate. Manali to Delhi. Tickets can be booked online at www.hrtc.gov.in.

BMC Office Address: 
#778, 9th 'A' Main Road,
1st Stage, Indiranagar
Bangalore, Karnataka
Landmark - Indiranagar Metro Station