Day 1 - Reach Manali & Explore
Day 2 - Drive to Prini. Trek from Prini to Sethan Village.
Day 3 - Trek From Sethan village to Chika in Hampta Valley
Day 4 - Departure
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Winters are best for a trek in Hampta Valley. Trek in the snow trails will blow your mind. The best time is in between Mid October to December. Hampta receives a huge amount of snowfall at this time. Snow-covered mountains, greenery, glaciers, waterfalls are the tempting ones.
Yes, of course, you can do this trek in summers but most of the places like Rohtang pass, Chandra Tal lake might be get closed due to the arrival of monsoon. The natural beauty of this place get double in Winter, as the place turns out into a snow land after heavy snowfall. Check it out here!
Hampta Pass Trek is not an easy trek as it’s a snow trek. Snow trek requires proper guidance and instructions. Experienced trek leaders will guide you better and tells you the pros n cons of the trek. You will also learn a lot more interesting facts about the place.
Yes, Hampta Pass is safe in all seasons. Hampta Pass starts from Mid-June to October. The post-monsoon time is best to explore the beauty and experience of snow trekking. Summer months of May & June are also preferred as amazing season to see the scenic vistas and lush greenery of the pass. Avoid trekking in monsoon as the trail becomes slippery and risky.
Alcohol and cigarette consumption both are prohibited on any high altitude treks. Because these kinds of activities can decrease your body stamina and make you dehydrated and thirsty. Try not to consume any of these and many trekking tours strictly not allow the trekkers to do any such activities on the trek.
Hampta Pass is a high mountain pass perched at an elevation of 14,000ft in the Pir Panjal ranges of the Himalayas. It connects the Kullu and the Spiti valley. The trek to Hampta Pass is a week long
The weather in Hampta Pass varies season to season like;
In summers, the weather remains pleasant and you will witness snow in the early days of the season. Hampta Pass trek is best to do in summer months.
In Post-monsoons, see the blossoms of nature, lush meadows, immense fields of rhododendrons, oaks, & pines, splashing streams, and breathtaking views of the snow-clad mountains will leave you speechless.
In winter months, the trek usually shuts down due to heavy snow that makes trekking unsafe in Hampta Pass. The gate then opens again in May month
Hampta Pass is a long trek of 35-40km that can be completed in 5-6 days which means almost in a week. Experience the best of nature and amazing views of the Kullu and Spiti valley
Yes, Hampta Pass is open in the months of Mid-June to October. The best time to explore the serene beauty of nature and witness the blossoms during the trek. Sometimes, the unpredictable change in weather will make this trek dangerous and unsafe to attempt.
You can reach Hampta Pass from Delhi by taking various modes of transportation as Manali is well connected to the major cities of India.
By Bus: Take a direct bus from Delhi and reach Manali.
By Train: Joginder Nagar is the nearest railhead 166km from Manali. Take a direct train from Delhi and reach Joginder Nagar Station. Then take a private cab or local bus to reach Manali.
By Air: The Kullu-Manali airport at Bhuntar town is the nearest airport which is 50km from Manali. Take a direct flight from Delhi and reach Manali.
Sometimes, the trek gets closed in December due to the excessive snowfall that makes the trek a dangerous one. Trekkers choose to trek in the months of Mid-June to Mid-October to experience snow and adventure. So many trekkers take the challenge to trek in the months of December and January. One can do other amazing treks in Manali in December month.
Hampta Pass is a moderate trek. The rough terrain and tricky trail demands a trekker to be physically fit and strong. You will start from Jobra (9,800m) and reach to Hampta Pass ( 14,100ft). Hampta Pass trek passes through thick forests, river crossings, and steep climbs. The difficulty level also depends on the weather conditions. Trekking in snow makes Hampta Pass a moderate trek. As the snow melts down the hike becomes easier. It is advised to be well prepared for the Hampta Pass trek.
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