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Sar Pass Trek

Kasol, Himachal Pardesh
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Sar Pass Trek


-5 to 15°C


44 km



Best Time

May to June


5 Days




Sar Pass Trek is a breathtaking Himalayan trek that begins in Kasol and ends in Barshaini, Kullu Valley. The walk is ideal for everyone who likes high mountains, icy vistas, and adventure. The walk begins in Kasol and takes you through pine forests, beautiful meadows, snow-capped mountains, and some of the most breathtaking scenery, making the Sar Pass trek is one of the top mountain and nature treks in the world.

Sar a frozen lake called in the local dialect, which is where the name comes from.

The walk is around 48 kilometers long. The view from the pass, which is about 14,000 feet above sea level, is incredibly spectacular because of the majestic mountains of Parvati Valley. With alpine woods, wildflowers, and breathtaking landscapes, this walk will undoubtedly provide an adrenaline rush and thrilling experience.

Kasol is the starting point for the majority of the Sar Pass Trekking and is a great beginner’s walk. It’s perfect for those who want to view a diversity of terrain. Trekking trails in the Parvati valley include forests, meadows, picturesque villages, and snow-capped mountains. It’s also known as India’s “Little Israel.”

Kasol offers genuine Israeli food and other cuisines like Indian, Continental, etc. Heaven Riders India offers you an opportunity to cross Sar Pass Trek and experience the best. The trip starts and ends at backpackers destination ‘Kasol’.



Kasol is the base for Sar Pass Trek. First of all, you’ve to reach Delhi. From Delhi, you can hire taxi to Kasol or book a Volvo. For Solo, Volvo is the best and most convenient mode of travel to Kasol. You need to book Volvo bus in advance.

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Day 1: Kasol to Grahan village (Trek 8 kms, 5 hrs)
Day 1: Kasol to Grahan village (Trek 8 kms, 5 hrs)

• Altitude:- Kasol 9,800ft to Grahan 7,700ft
• Meet-9:30am
• Trek 8km, 5-6 hours
• Enough water through the trail
• Easy to Moderate trail.

After breakfast, Trek leader will brief you about trek. You will start the trek from Kasol to Grahan village and will be covering a total distance of 8Km from Kasol to Grahan in 5 hours. The trail is easy as you will pass through lot of pine forests, oak trees. To the left of Grahan, there is the Grahan Nallah. Once you move ahead the trail becomes rocky. Enjoy the scenic beauty of the village. The forests is rich in Rhododendrons. We will reach the Grahan village after the steep climb. Have lunch, dinner and overnight stay in tents.

Day 2: Grahan to Min Thach (Trek 7kms, 6 hrs)
Day 2: Grahan to Min Thach (Trek 7kms, 6 hrs)

• Altitude:- 7,700ft to 11,150ft
• 7-8Km, 6hr trek
• Steep trail, gradual ascent
• few water points on the way

Begin the trek from Grahan to Min Thatch. This trail is often used by the Shepherd and the villagers. It is a steep trail where you will find yourself amidst the woods. Enjoy the scenic view of Min Thatch, Nagaru and Sar top. Reach the campsite at Min Thach, have dinner and overnight stay in tents.

Day 3: Min Thach to Nagaru (Trek 8kms, 5 hrs)
Day 3: Min Thach to Nagaru (Trek 8kms, 5 hrs)

• Altitude:- 11,150ft to 12,500ft
• 8Km, 4-5hr trek
• Steep trail, forest to Snow Meadows
• carry enough water
• coldest campsite of the whole trek with gusty winds

On this day we'll make an early start to approach Nagaru. The trail today is comparatively steeper than the previous route. Today we will be trekking to Nagaru. It will be a short day but difficult due to the steep trail. It will take around 4 to 6 hours to reach your next campsite.

As you ascend higher the air becomes thinner and you might face little-bit altitude sickness such as headache, dizziness. These symtoms are normal reaction of the body So increase the water & fluid intake and keep your hands, nose, eyes and ears open to acclimatize properly. But in any odd situation, we provide all the facilities including the first aid kit, portal oxygen, oxymeter and pulse-meter. Also the temperature can drop to below zero during nights. Don't hide any abnormal thing from trek leader. These are very common on such high altitude.

The campsite is very lovely where you will see the mountains of Parvati Valley. Spend the night in tents.

Day 4: Nagaru to Biskeri Thach, crossing Sar Pass (Trek 12kms, 7 hrs)
Day 4: Nagaru to Biskeri Thach, crossing Sar Pass (Trek 12kms, 7 hrs)

• Altitude:- 12,500ft to 13,850ft Sar Pass to 11,000ft
• 14Km, 7-8hr trek
• Steep Snow Trail, click pictures at top
• carry enough water
• Longest Himalayan Snow Slides
• unparalleled views of Majestic Parvati Valley

Start early from Biskeri Thatch Via Sar Pass. The climb will be steep and very long via Sar Pass. You will witness the views of Tosh Valley and the views of Sar Pass Top. Trekkers will be left in awe because of the Mountains of Parvati Valley. Spend time here, you can also click pictures. You can Start Descending to the next campsite Biskeri Thatch through Rhododendron trees. Also you'll enjoy the Longest Himalayan Snow Slides here. After 7-8 hours of trek reach your campsite, have dinner and overnight stay in tents.

Day 5: Biskeri Thach to Barshaini (Trek 8kms, 4 hrs), Drive to Kasol (2 hrs)
Day 5: Biskeri Thach to Barshaini (Trek 8kms, 4 hrs), Drive to Kasol (2 hrs)

• Altitude:- 11,000ft to 7,500ft approx
• 8Km, 4hr trek, 2hr drive to Kasol
• enjoy the sunrise, breakfast
• enough water on trail
• careful during descend, might be tricky

Today will be the last day of trek. Biskeri Thatch will have impressive views of pine forests, Oak trees and the green grasslands and the snow-capped mountains. The descent is not tricky towards Pulga across the Parvati Valley and you will reach the Barsheini in few hours. Our team will be waiting for you in Barsheini to drop you to Kasol. Trekkers will reach Kasol by afternoon. So, plan your departure from Kasol accordingly.

  • During the trek, you will be staying in communal campgrounds (4 Nights).
  • Healthy & nutritious meals while on trek (Day 1 dinner to Day 5 breakfast).
  • Morning & Evening Tea with Cookies, Maggie/Soup in the evening.
  • Pick & Drop Point from Kasol market.
  • Tents, sleeping bags, mattresses, kitchen and dining equipment, and other camping supplies are available.
  • All necessary Forest, Camping, Trekking Permits & Entry Fees.
  • Basic First Aid Medical Kit, Oximeter, & Portable Oxygen.
  • Certified & Expert Trek leader
  • Support Staff (Cook, Local Guide, Helper, Porter, & Mule).
  • Transportation as per itinerary (Barshaini to Kasol drop on day 6) rest depends on weather & road conditions.
  • & followed by full power fun.
  • Any services not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Any insurance, emergency evacuation or rescue charges, any cost of hospitalization.
  • Any change in itinerary, cost arises due to road blockage, natural calamity, sudden halt or any cost beyond our control to be borne by climber/you
  • Expenses personal in nature like mountain tips, mineral water, drinks, snacks/meals, refreshments not mentioned in the inclusions
  • Personal equipment porterage/off-loading; trekking gear, clothes, sleeping bag, climbing gear, climbing shoes, personal medical kit etc. Available on Extra cost, ask while bookings.
  • Insurance or liability for injury, death, accidents, or loss of property.
  • IMF Peak Booking Fee for foreign nationals (roughly USD 500 per person), and Mandatory Liaison Officer Fee for foreign expeditions (USD 500) as per IMF.
  • Taxes
  • Wind & Waterproof Jacket (lightweight).
  • Fleece-2, Trek Pant -2, Full Sleeve T-shirt-2, T-shirts – 2, Warm nightwear set.
  • Warmers/Thermal-1 pair (Top & Lower).
  • Woolen Cap, Neck-Warmer, Waterproof Gloves, Woolen Socks-2, Normal Socks-5, Sun Cap, Early-Dry Towel.
  • Poncho/Rain Suit (Mandatory).
  • Waterproof Trekking Shoes with Good Grip.
  • Cold Cream, Sunscreen Lotion, Lip Balm/ Lip Guard, Personal Toilet Kit and Toilet Paper.
  • Personal Medicines.
  • Water bottle – 2 (Mandatory).
  • Goggles – 1, Trekking Pole – 1 (Mandatory).
  • Personal Medications
  • Backpack 45 Ltrs.
  • and most important the Adventure Spirit.
– Trekker has to carry his/her bagpack by own if someone requires a off-loading or personal porter, ask while bookings so we can arrange accordingly. Charges extra.
– Please don’t come with Sports Shoe, Trolley Bags, & Jeans.
– Pack light as much as you can or ask HRI expert to help you.
  • Secure Bookings: We at Team Heaven Riders India work with a safe & secure bookings gateway. Don’t worry about your credentials. Our expert team will help you to book your next Himalayan experience.
  • Safety: We breathe in the term ‘Safety’ as this is our utmost priority. A suitable environment for all members so don’t no worry in that case. We have tremendous experienced leaders where all of them are well-trained professionals. They’ve memorized the safety procedures like the back of their hands. Also, our support staff is well-behaved & they respect all.
  • Smaller Batches: We believe in the concept of Small batches’ that improves quality & focus. also helps our Leader to get connect all members.
  • Itinerary: Our team of experts crafted all the itineraries very carefully so all the travelers can acclimatize properly & refined from our experience of leading hundreds of expeditions.
  • Equipment: While organizing trekking in Himalayas Team Heaven Riders uses high-quality equipment as per the guidelines of IMF Indian Mountaineering Foundation. From tents to sleeping bags to ropes and other technical gear like roped, microspikes, and gaiters, everything is tested and certified. HRI trek leaders always carry portable Oxygen & Basic First-Aid Medical Kit, Oximeter with them.
  • Clean Trails: Team Heaven Riders is a firm believer in the Leave No Trace philosophy, and we encourage all of our riders to not toss trash or plastic rapers on our rides. Our goal is also to improve the well-being of local people and to keep the Himalayas clean and green. We value nature and are attempting to improve it at the same time.

In nature, the Sar pass trek is regarded as a moderate trek. The trail ascends to a height of 14,000 feet. There is a significant altitude gain between Grahan village and Sar Pass (7,700ft to 13,800ft) that requires very strong lungs.

The Sar Pass trek necessitates a high level of cardiovascular endurance. And you might be considering how to strengthen your lungs? To begin, go for a jog every day. Begin jogging slowly and gradually increase your speed. As a result, cardiovascular endurance exercises are highly vital for making your lungs stronger than before.

The Workouts

    • Walking with a 10kg rucksack strapped on your back is a terrific way to shape your legs and body. It aids in the burning of calories, the reduction of excess weight, and the strengthening of your body.
    • For high ascents, stair climbing is the finest workout. Include it in your training routine.
    • Jogging can help you live longer by strengthening your lungs and improving your life. It’s a high-intensity aerobic activity that necessitates a lot of oxygen. This is an excellent activity for preventing weight and maintaining good health.
    • Squats are the most effective functional exercise for improving balance. Legs, thighs, hips, and hamstrings are also strengthened.
    • Pull-ups, push-ups, sprints, mountain climber, burpee, jumping jacks, and 60-second plank (3-5 sets each).
    • Pushing your body upstairs after stair climbing is another fantastic cardiovascular exercise. This is often considered to be the most effective workout for improving strength and power. Carrying an 18kg pack also helps a lot.
    • Finally, remember to pamper your body with some breathing exercises, Yoga, and Meditation.
    • For the best outcomes, eat well, stay hydrated, and get enough rest.

    Remember to bring appropriate clothing, remain hydrated, and stay warm to properly acclimate.

We totally understand that unforeseen circumstances might need you to change plans, and so the HRI cancellation policy makes it easier to do that. Please read them very carefully.

  • Cancellations up to 30 days prior to departure date – 10% deduction (payment gateway & bank charges).
  • Between 30 days to 15 days prior to departure – 50% deduction.
  • There will be no refund if you cancel within 15 days before your departure.
  • In any case, the Booking money is non-refundable under the partial payment arrangement.

In case of any unforeseen weather conditions, government restrictions, road blockage, or any other unavoidable circumstances beyond our control, certain activities during the expedition or the event itself may be canceled/skipped, or there could be a change in the itinerary.

In such instances, we will do our utmost to find an alternative activity or offer you a voucher (in the case of event cancellation or rescheduling).

However, there would be no financial refund for the same. You will receive a full refund if the trip is canceled by us due to a lack of a minimum number of individuals in the batch. Additionally, if you purchased trip insurance, rentals, off-loading, or other activities, you will not receive a refund. The booking cost is non-refundable in any case while using the partial payment mechanism.

All refunds will be sent to the same bank account or credit card account that was used to make the purchase. Within 10 working days, the refund amount will be completed. The amount of the refund will always be computed based on the net amount paid* for the event booking and the Base Price of the event. (excluding all additional services transport, rent, portage, etc.). Any voucher issued would not include the service tax amount paid while making the booking. For more info: Terms & Condition

Itineraries are subject to change and are dependent on information available at the time of preparation. As conditions permit, “Heaven Riders India” retains the right to change expedition dates, people, or itinerary. The cost of delays and/or other changes is the responsibility of the participant if a trip must be delayed or the itinerary changed due to bad weather, road conditions, transportation delays, government intervention, airline schedules, sickness, or other contingency for which HRI or its agents cannot make provision. For any reason, HRI reserves the right to refuse or accept any individual as a tour member.

– STRICTLY NO LITTERING take belongings back
– Carry original and copy of valid ID
– Insurance is mandatory for all
– Participants should be 15+ years old.
– Leader’s decision is final, and will have to be followed by all the climbers
– Behave well with staff and respect the locals & also their beliefs & rituals
– consumption of alcohol and smoking is prohibited during the trip/expedition/trek.
– Any tax/entry fee imposed by the Govt. budget, Administration, or new policy.
– On Expeditions, at Base Camp, ration and equipment equally distributed among the climbers for load ferry.
– All Technical Gears will be UIAA Certified. Any loss/damage will be charged @1.5 times of actual value to cover up shipping and custom duties OR you can arrange by you
– No show and trek changes/cancellation due to bad weather or natural calamity will be non-refundable
– In case reserve day for summit attempt is utilised, an additional amount would be charged.
– Our team reserves the right to change the plan/itinerary in case there is danger involved.
– Any additional costs due to weather/unforeseen situations, cost of rescue will have to be borne by the climber/you.
– Carry your personal luggage on your own, if you don’t wish to carry it, you can give it to the porter, but you have to inform us in advance and have to pay extra on the basis of per day per bag.
– Extreme Himalayan Trips require a good amount of physical fitness, stamina and endurance so prepare accordingly.
– In case of bad health, sickness/illness, AMS the participant would be sent back and no refund to be provided. Participant has to bear all the cost beyond.

For any further clarifications ask while bookings


What documents I have to carry for Sar Pass Trekking?
You must bring both the original and a copy of a valid government ID. Id (any of Passport/Aadhar card/Driving License), NOC form (by the participant), Medical Certificate (signed by a registered MBBS doctor with stamp), 2 passport size photos along with you and submit them to Trek Leader at Churdhar Trek base during the briefing.
I'm the solo female traveler, is it safe?
Girls' safety is important to us. Our entire mountain team and guides have a high level of trustworthiness. There are many solitary female tourists who journey with us, so don't be concerned. We would advise all to take care of your belongings.
What kind of toilet facility you are providing?
Toilet tents would be there at Prashar lake campsite. Basically, we use dry toilets which is one of the best way to answer nature call in the wilderness. Dry toilets imply that we dig a hole and have mud and a shovel nearby so that once you've finished your business, you can cover it with mud. It is the most hygienic way in the mountains. You should carry toiletries as we mentioned in the things to carry/essentials.

At our Nohradhar, room for freshen up would be provided, we have western toilets there.
How many trekkers will be in one tent?
We use 3+ persons tents at our campsite. There will be three persons accommodating in one tent. If you want tent for One or Two, please ask while bookings. Customization available on extra cost.
What type of food is served during Sar Pass Trek?
During the Sar Pass Trekking, We serve nutritious Indian vegetarian food. Jain food is also offered upon request; please inquire at the time of booking.
How big are the groups?
We at HRI believe in the concept of Small batches' that improves quality & focus and help trek leader to get connect all members. For private groups there's no limit of group size.
How much weight do I have to carry?
Your load will depends on things that are packed by you in the sack. On an average trekker's carry between 5-7 kg of weight with clothing’s, cameras, energy bars, dry fruits, water bottle etc. Off-loading option available on extra cost. Please ask while bookings. We advise you to pack light.
What if an emergency occurred?
In any case of any emergency our mountain staff is skilled and trained for such situations held at high altitude. Our team always carry first aid kit, oximeter and portable oxygen with us and in any emergency we'll rescue the trekker till the road head. All of the costs of rescue/evacuation, hospitalization is to borne by the trekker. All and all it is trekkers responsibility to get a certified medical fitness document before coming for the trek, which certifies that the trekker is fit for the trek. We advise you to come with insurance.
Can I charge my phone on the trek?
No you won’t find any charging point. We advise you to carry a power bank to charge your phone & digital camera.
Which type of shoes should I buy for Sar Pass Trek?
Because good trekking shoes are the most vital component of the walk, you must be extremely cautious while purchasing them. For best results, increase the size by 5 or 1.0 while purchasing. They must be waterproof. Decathlon sells trekking shoes from Quechua and other well-known brands.
Can take or have smokes or liquor on the Sar Pass Trekking?
Without a doubt, no. During the trek, smoking and drinking are strictly prohibited. On higher altitudes, this produces dehydration, which invites Acute Mountain Sickness. We strongly advise you not to bring such items with you, as you will be disqualified and sent back to the roadhead in the middle of the walk.
What happens if the trek is postponed due to natural disasters?
Trek preparations are already done previously. We will be offering you any alternate trek or voucher having similar value for money in case of natural calamities. In case of non-completion of trek due to weather conditions etc there wont be any refund.

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Kasol, Himachal Pardesh


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