If you are looking for Hampta Pass trek package 2017 then your search ends here. Aahvan Adventure is a leading Adventure Travel Company in India located in Ahmedabad, We organize treks and adventure trips in the Himalayas in no man’s land.
The ideal trek for first timers, the Hampta Pass trek is an absolute treat for everyone who is looking for a Himalayan adventure! Unline most treks which start from a remote village, the most accessible point for the Hampta trek is Manali, at an altitude of 14,100 feet. This trek has something for everyone – the adventurous first timers and the seasoned hikers. Though the Hampta pass isn’t a breeze,it poses fewer challenges than most other treks. Its appeal lies in the fact that it connects the picturesque valleys of Kullu and Lahual along with providing amazing landscapes and natural foliage to the trekker. The flora and fauna is also seen in abundance – such as the rare Himalayan birds.
|COST OF THE TRIP||Rs. 9,500/- Per Person (Sharing Basis)|
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Manali to Manali|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive at Manali on 7 a.m.|
This trek doesn’t cross the pass and head over to the Lahaul region as the road connecting Lahaul to Manali is under heavy snow, early in the season. Instead, we return from Manali. This trek is possible in the months of May and early June also, unlike the usual Humpta pass route, which only opens up in late June.
Your trip will start with a drive from Manali to Jobra, alongside the Bias and Tons rivers. The drive also passes by beautiful pine forests. Enjoy the surrounding for a couple of minutes and head towards the meadow. Today’s trek is around for 2 – 3 hours. Chika camp site is spacious patch of green. The Rani River flowing in the middle makes this place perfect for setting up the tents. Overnight in tents.
After a luxurious breakfast, we will set out on a moderate hike which, for the most part, goes through the forest. We will walk to Balu Ghera, As we continue climbing up, we will get fleeting glimpses of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks. One more hour of hiking will take us to the meadows where we will camp overnight, in tents.
In Todays trek, we will move towards the most spectacular part of the trek as we cross the Hampta Pass, from here you can see the Indrasan Peak and its gigantic glacier. Then we will move down to our camp site in Siagoru, where you get to experience the barren landscape of the Himalayas in the Lahul and Spiti Valley. Overnight in Camp.
Today we will start our trek from Sia Goru Chatru. We have an easy descent through the Hampta Valley. Find the group of Pir Panjal ranges of the inner Himalayan circle appear ahead of you dominate the entire landscape till the camp site at Chatru. Enjoy the spectacular view of a high altitude cold desert at Spiti Valley. Chatru is a major point of paths from Rohtang Pass, Hamta Pass and Spiti. From here, it totally depends on the road and weather condition permit we head to the Chandra Tal and camp at suitable place according to the conditions. Overnight in Camp.
|Shirts / T-shirts – 2/3, Jeans / Trekking Pants – 2|
|Windproof jacket of decent quality (preferably with a hood)|
|Warm and thick Fleece / Full-sleeve Woollen sweater|
|Thermal inner wear (upper & lower), Scarf/muffler (optional)|
|Woolen cap, Woollen gloves, Woollen socks & regular socks (3-4 pairs)|
|Comfortable Trekking/Hiking shoes (shoes with a thick sole are recommended)|
|Raincoat / Poncho, Small light weight towel|
|Water bottle (sturdy ones, no empty Bisleri bottles!!)|
|Cap / Hat to keep the strong sun away from your face|
|Sun glasses, Walking stick / Trekking pole|
|Torch / Flashlight (with extra batteries)|
|Medicines, if requiring any specific medication|
|Sunscreen Lotion, Lip Balm|
|Books, if you like reading|
|Day pack/small bag which you will carry on your back every day|
|Camera if you like (with fully charged batteries)|
June 03 to June 07 (OPEN)
June 10 to June 14 (OPEN)
June 17 to June 21 (OPEN)
June 24 to June 28 (OPEN)
July 01 to July 05 (OPEN)
July 08 to July 12 (OPEN)
July 15 to July 19 (OPEN)
July 22 to July 26 (OPEN)
July 29 to August 02 (OPEN)
August 05 to August 09 (OPEN)
August 12 to August 16 (OPEN)
August 19 to August 23 (OPEN)
August 26 to August 30 (OPEN)
September 02 to September 06 (OPEN)
September 09 to September 13 (OPEN)
September 16 to September 20 (OPEN)
September 23 to September 27 (OPEN)
Rs. 9,500/- Per Person (Sharing Basis)
(Manali To Manali)
|Accommodation during the trek (camping)|
|All meals – vegetarian|
|Transport (Chikha–Chandratalto Manali)|
|Trekking permits and forest camping charges|
|Services of an expert trek leader (Qualified in Basic/Advanced Mountaineering Courses)|
|Trekking equipment (Hiking Pole, Crampons, Gaiters, Tents, Sleeping Bags, Mattresses, Ice Axes, Ropes, etc.)|
|Safety equipment (First Aid, Medical Kit, Oxygen Cylinders, Stretcher, etc.)|
|Services of an expert trek team (Guides, Cooks, Helpers, Porters/Mules)|
|Transport from your city to Kathgodam and Return|
|Food during transit to and from the base camp|
|Backpack offloading charges|
|Personal expenses of any kind|
|Anything apart from the inclusions|
|Service Tax 9%|
Q. What is the fitness level required for the Hampta Pass trek and how hard is the trek?
A. This trek is moderate and meant for everyone, right from fit/adventurous to seasoned hikers.
Q. Which is the best time for Hampta Pass Trek?
A. June to October
Q. What is the maximum altitude point of Hampta Pass trek?
A. Hampta Pass 4300m
Q. How can we reach Manali?
A. Manali is around 300 kms from Chandigarh by road. By Air you can reach Kullu which is 50 kms away from Manali.
Q. What will be the daytime and night temperature?
A. During day time the temperature will be around 8° to 12° and during night it will fall down to -8°
Q. Are trekking shoes mandatory?
A. Trekking shoes are not mandatory but, it will make the trek comfortable. Take a shoe with a good grip and high ankle support. It would be better if the shoes are waterproof.
Q. Are there any provisions for taking bath?
A. There is no provision for bath on the trek.
Q. What is the size of trekking group?
A. 15-20 People
Q. How many guides are there in one group?
A. 2 guides
Q. Are accommodation for men and women separate?
A. Yes, men and women will not be sharing tents, unless they want.
Q. What kind of food you provide during the trek?
A. We provide food for 4 times in a day i.e. Breakfast, lunch, evening snacks and dinner.
Q. Do I need to carry any documents with me?
A. Carry an original ID card and a photograph.
Q. Do you provide toilet tents?
A. Yes we do provide Toilet tents.
Q. Can we expect rains/snowfall during the trek?
A. Yes, Sudden weather changes are expected, always carry a light rain coat or water proof windcheater/poncho.
Q. Is there any mobile network connectivity?
A. In Manali you will get mobile networks. In other locations you won’t have any network.
Q. Where can we get Electricity?
A. During the trek, you will get electricity only in Manali.