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
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 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)