Hampta-Pass-TrekProduct ID : 213AV5900
The Hampta Pass Trek is one of the most delightful treks in the Manali region of Himachal Pradesh. Hampta Pass Trek is a moderate trek with a scope for varying the duration to suit ones time. The beauty of this trek everyday the landscape changes.
- Day 1ManaliWPA's orientation at Base CampReport to base camp by 1100 hrs. Reporting point: Nature Camp, Naggar, Manali After your initial WPA’s orientation and briefing on your upcoming programme, spend the afternoon at your leisure exploring the town. Our representative will check every trekker's backpacks and you can leave the extra luggage behind. You will have enough time for shopping in case any essential is missing. If time allows we encourage you to pay a visit to the hidden Jewels of the ancient town Naggar. The King's Palace is now a Heritage Hotel - Naggar Castle build with European and Himalayan Architecture survived many major Earth Quakes. India's Highest Zipline at 4900ft and one of the longest 525m long- White Peaks Adventures are official partners for this extreme adventure. Nicholas Roerich Art Gallery - Russian Explorer and Painter settle in Naggar in 1929, the house is converted to an Art Gallery with his rare paintings of the Himalayas Overnight at Nature Base Camp, Naggar, Manali show less.. show more..
- Day 2ManaliTrek from Manali to Chikka via Jobri Nala - ChikkaAfter an early breakfast and hot chai, we will start our journey by a small noodle ride of an hour to Jorba (9800 feet). Today’s five-hour trek is a leisurely one, through forests maple, deodar, toss and oak. Immerse yourself in nature, continuing through pristine meadows, crossing the Rani nallah which runs directly through. You will also witness sheep and cows grazing in the field: a truly pastoral scene. We will set up our camp here, on the banks of Rani River at Chikka (10,400 feet). Overnight at camp, Chikka show less.. show more..
- Day 3ManaliChikka to Balu Ka GheraToday will be a bit more challenging than yesterday. A seven-hour trek with some boulders and rough terrain, and we will also cross a clear stream waterfall. Jwara is a beautiful scenic sheltered valley, huge snow clad rocks at one side and the valley drops down to the river on the other side, marks the halfway point of our trek. From here the view is unbelievable.The end of the path is Balu ka Ghera at an elevation of 11,900 feet. Overnight at camp, Balu ka Gera show less.. show more..
- Day 4ManaliBalu Ka Ghera to Hampta Pass and onto Shia GohruWake up at 2 am, for the day has arrived: today we will summit The Hampta pass (14,100 feet). A long day, the first half of which if a moderately steep ascent, we will be on foot for up to ten hours. Our trail follows the river and we make our way approaching towards the mountain across the valley. Surrounded by snow-clad mountains the view is quite spectacular. Take it in, catch your breath, rest and reflect on what you have achieved today, before beginning your steep descent Shia Gohru (12,000 feet). The climb to Hampta Pass is a vertical one and is a hard mount whereas descent is a bit more adventurous and a bit technical. Overnight at camp, on the banks of River, Shia Gohru show less.. show more..
- Day 5ManaliShia Gohru to Chatru and onto ManaliAn easy downhill three-hour trek today, from Shia Gohru to Chatru (10,826 feet). This is the last day of our tour. New friends are the close ones now, bid adieu to your friends and the white peaks adventures team. We will get onto a four hours drive to reach the dropping point, Naggar Base Camp or Manali. Your White Peaks Adventure ends her show less.. show more..
- Transport required for the trek.
- Certified mountaineering guide from White Peaks Adventures.
- Transport from Delhi to Delhi by Volvo Bus - For Delhi to Delhi Package.
- Pick Up and Drop from Manali/Naggar Dropping Point - For Delhi to Delhi Package
- Skilled local staff who has ample knowledge of the route.
- Vegetarian meals on the trek as mentioned in the Meal Plan
- Cooks/Helper and other requisite staff.
- Porters/mules for carrying common equipments (like rations/tents/utensils/)
- Equipment – Tents on sharing basis / Sleeping bags / Sleeping Mats
- Basic First aid Kit with a portable oxygen cylinder.
- Forest Permits and camping charges.
- Personal Porters for carrying trekker’s backpacks
- Personal trekking equipment – like trekking poles or sleeping bag liners
- Personal insurance or cost of emergency evacuation
- Purchases of personal natures (like mineral water bottles/bottled or canned beverages/chocolates/dry fruits etc)
- Food to/from the trailhead.
- Goods and Services Taxes 5% - Indian Government Taxes
Need to Know Before You Go
Though we call every trekker post booking for packing guidelines as per the current weather,here are some mandates to remember:
- Backpack (40-60 liters)
- Trekking Boots
- 1 Down Jacket
- 2 Trek pants
- 2 cotton t-shirts
- 1 pair of Thermals
- UV Sunglasses
- Balaclava / Monkey Cap
- Socks (4-6 pairs)
- Headlamp/LED torch
- Optional Trekking pole
- Hand Sanitiser
- Two Water Bottles
- Medical Certificate issued not more than 25 days from the start of the trek
- Original and photocopy of government photo identity card
- Disclaimer form
|Before 30 Days||100 % Refund|
|Before 20 Days||75 % Refund|
|Before 10 Days||50 % Refund|
All reviews (3)
It was an amazing experience indeed and certainly my best decision… was the best trek ever! The scene are so beautiful and the entire place is so clean that you will feel as if you are in a foreign land. Amazing trip.
Very professional services.
We opted for Sar Pass trek this time and chose Himalayan Adventure Trips to make all the arrangements for us.
Right from Cab to guide, Camping to food everything was perfectly taken care by them.
We strongly recommend them for all your weekend/planned getaways.
Thanks Saurabh nd Manu for arranging such a adventurous trip.
Whole arrangement was superb , it was a memorable experience