Darati Pass Trek – The Connecting Pass in Pir Panjal Range
The Darati Pass Trek lies in Pir Panjal range which connects the Churah valley of Chamba district to the Tindi valley of Spiti and Lahaul districts at an altitude of 4700 meters. Darati Pass and Sach pass are gateway to Pangi valley of Himachal.
The Darati pass trek is an adventurous trek for trekking enthusiasts and adventure junkies.
Cover Amusing Places En Route
The trail to reach Darati Pass is exhilarating and on other side of this pass are no campsites. The amusing destinations you are going to cover on this route are –
Chamba, Chanju, Khalpra, Alyas base and Tindi village.
Chamba is the basecamp of Darati Pass trek.
Highlights of Darati Pass trek
Darati Pass is a gateway to Pangi valley of Himachal.
Darati Pass connects the Churah valley of Chamba district to the Tindi valley of Spiti and Lahaul districts at an altitude of 4700 meters.
Explore the last village of Lahaul district “Tindi”.
Visit Trilokinath temple at Udaipur.
Key Points of Darati Pass Trek
Proper conditioning & training of body required
Need proper gear & clothing for sub-zero temperature?
Shoes are the single most important equipment.
High Altitude requires proper acclimatization.
Beautiful landscapes so carry good photo gear & Extra battery backup.
The backpack should not exceed 10kgs.
Must Read about Darati Pass Trek
Duration:8 days (Pathankot to Manali)
Best Time:July end – Early Sep
Highest Point:4700 m
Weather:Nights are cold and day temperature is pleasant during the season.
Temperature:(12°C to 20°C) (-2°C to 6°C)
Starting Point: Pathankot
Short Itinerary Darati Pass Trek
Day1 – Pathankot to Dalhousie (80 km)
Day2 – Dalhousie – Kalatop – Khajiyar – Chamba (55 km)
Day3 – Chamba to Chanju Charda (75 km)
Day4 – Chanju Charda to Kalpra (7 km)
Day5 – Khalpra to Alyas Base Camp (6 km)
Day6 – Alyas Base Camp to Darati Pass and Tindi (18 km)
Day7 – Tindi to Trilokinath and drive to Udaipur (105 km)
Day8 – Udaipur to Manali via Keylong