Sari Pass Trek

  • Sari Pass Trek

Description

Sari Pass Trek a Great Winter Trek in Himachal

Sari Pass Trek is in Himachal Pradesh and Sari pass is one of those few passes which connects lower Kullu with the Kangra valleys at an altitude of 3720 m. And, it is locally known as “Sari Galu”.

It is best to do in winters when the pass lies under the thick blanket of snow. A holy glacial lake Dainsar lies towards the north on the same ridge of Sari Pass.

Sari Pass Trek- The Easiest Trek through Dhauladhars to Pir Panjals

Sari Pass trek is the easiest one which takes you from the Dhauladhars to Pir Panjals. The trail passes through dense forests of Oaks and Rhododendrons with verdant greenery and natural scenic vistas with quaint villages, lakes and rivulets.

From Sari Pass top, some portions of the Dhauladhars are visible to the west, towards the east Lahaul and Spiti can be seen and towards the north Kalihani Pass and Pir Panjal range is visible.

Highlights of Sari Pass Trek

Alluring vistas of snow covered mountain ridge along the picturesque trail.

Lohardi village, explore this scenic hamlet.

Go through the lush coniferous forests and verdant meadows of Himachal.

Be in the abundant beauty of Lag valley.

Key Points of Sari Pass Trek

Level: Moderate

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.

Travel light

The backpack should not exceed 10kgs.

Must Read about Sari Pass Trek

Duration – 4 days (Kullu to Kullu)

Best Time – Throughout the year

Level – Moderate

Highest point – 3720 m

Weather – Nights are cold and day temperature is pleasant during the season.

Temperature – (20°C to 30°C) (5°C to 15°C)

Starting point – Kullu

Short Itinerary of Sari Pass Trek

Day 1 – Drive from Kullu to Lohardi (2100 m) (90 km)

Day 2 – Lohardi to Lahesh (3200 m) (10 km)

Day 3 – Lahesh to Gorudugh (2600 m) via Sari Pass (3720 m) (9 km)

Day 4 – Gorudugh to Kadingcha (6 km) (2200 m) and Drive to Kullu (20 km)

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Day 1 : Drive from Kullu to Lohardi (2100 m) (90 km)

Reach Kullu on your own. The vehicle will be arranged to reach the roadhead of Lohardi. The journey is through picturesque village of Barot in the Uhl valley. Enjoy your overnight stay in camps.

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Day 2 : Lohardi to Lahesh (3200 m) (10 km)

Post breakfast, start the trek to base of Sari Pass that is Lahesh. Pass through dense forests and witness few shepherd huts on the way. Reach the base, your campsite for today and settle for the day.

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Day 3 : Lahesh to Gorudugh (2600 m) via Sari Pass (3720 m) (9 km)

Today is the main day of your trek because you will be crossing the pass.

From Sari Pass top, some portions of the Dhauladhars are visible to the west, towards the east Lahaul and Spiti can be seen and towards the north Kalihani Pass and Pir Panjal range is visible.

Start descending to Gorudugh. Go through the beautiful Lag valley and reach the campsite. Setup your camps and settle for the day.

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Day 4 : Gorudugh to Kadingcha (6 km) (2200 m) and Drive to Kullu (20 km)

Today is the last trekking day. Descend through the Lag valley and reach the roadhead at Kadingcha. From here get back to Kullu.

Things to carry on trek

Mandatory Documents

Please carry the documents given below

Original and photocopy of government photo identity card- (Aadhar Card, Driving License, Voters ID, etc,
Passport and Visa important to foreigners
Medical Certificate (First part should be filled by the Doctor and Second part by the Trekker)
Declaration Certificates

Note: –  Many trekkers commit the same mistake of carrying unnecessary items on a trek which only makes the backpack heavy. It is important to know the right items to carry.
It differs from season to season if you are trekking in summers then carry less layers of warm clothing and if you are trekking in winters carry enough layers to protect yourself against chilly cold.

Necessary Items for trekkers

carry on a trek

Backpack (50 to 60 liters)
A strongly built backpack with good support is compulsory for a trek. (Rain cover is important)

Sturdy Trekking Shoes
The shoes should be strong enough with good support. The people ask if sports shoes would be comfortable but it is good to bring the right trekking shoes.

The Clothes You Should Bring On a Trek
Avoid keeping extra clothes because it only makes you backpack heavy.

Trek Pants – The jeans are never suitable for a trek so you need at least 2-3 trek pants for treks carry more for longer treks.

Jacket – Jackets are very important to carry on a trek it protects you against the chilly weather. So carry 2 jackets on a week long trek.

Layers of warm Clothing 
Carry warm woolen layers or fleece. Carry more layers during winter season (at least 2 to 3) and less during summer.

Thermals – The Temperature decreases at night so you might be need thermals for Night.

T- Shirts – Bring those t shirts which dry fast.

Poncho –They are needed if you are trekking on a Rainy day to keep you dry.

Hiking Pole

Water Bottle 2

Cap or Balaclava

Sunglasses

Slippers

Woolen and Waterproof Gloves

Socks (Woolen and Regular)

Sunscreen

Torch head light

Personal Toiletry Items –  (toothpaste, toothbrush, toilet paper, sanitizer etc.)

Carry Personal Medical Kit

Personal Medical Kit (Carry minimum 5 tablets and maximum 10)

Medical Kit

Diamox – (Prevents altitude sickness)

Digene – (It cures discomfort in stomach, acidity)

Crocin Advance – (Cures fever and headache)

Aspirin/Combiflam – (Pain reliever)

Disprin – (Cures headache)

Avomine – (Prevents motion sickness)

Avil – (It treat allergies)

Norflox TZ & Lomofen – (Prevents Diarrhoea)

Ranitidine – (Reduces the amount of acid in stomach)

Volini/Moov spray – (For sprains)

Betadine/Savlon – (Antiseptic cream)

ORS

Band aid

Cotton

Stretchable/Elastic bandage

Gauze

Note:- Use medicines only when prescribed by the doctor. In case you face any problem during your trek, discuss and take advice from the Professional guide.

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What is Included In This Trek?

Forest Permit and entrance fee

Accommodation in tents on twin share basis

All meals: breakfast, packed lunch, tea, coffee, snacks, soup and dinner

(All camping gears)

High quality tents

Sleeping bags

Mattress

Liner

Pillow

Separate Toilet tents – Ladies and Gents

Dining Tent

Dining Table

Porters

Helper

Mules

Kitchen team

Radio Walkie Talkie for Communication

Good Experience Trek Leader guide and Technical guide

Medical Kit

Oxygen Cylinders

Crampons and Gaiters

What is Not Include In This Trek?

Transport Facility

Personal Insurance

Medical Certificate

Personal toiletry Items and Personal Medicine kit

On first day En Route to base camp the Breakfast and Lunch are Not Included

Last Day En Route Lunch and Dinner are Not Included

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