Himalayan Trek To SAR PASS

The Sar pass trek, offering an absolute escapade, is recommended for beginners and moderate level trekkers.It routes through a series of scenic meadows and forests coupled with steep rocky terrain and long snow patches. The trek also tests one’s mental endurance. Trek route originates from Kasol to Grahan to Ratta Pani to Biskeri to Barshaini.

Total Trekking Distance - Approx. 45 Kms

Trek Fee :

Pune to Pune - 15,500/- (Train & Volvo Bus) Delhi to Delhi - 13,500/- (Volvo Bus) Kasol To Kasol - 10500/- per person (first day stay at kasol is not included in this cost)


1. Trekking upto 13800ft

2. Snow & Ice Walk

3. Breathtaking Himalayan Views

4. Trek Through Beautiful Pine Trees & Snow 


DAY 0 : Reach Kasol 
Reach Kasol and acclimatize for the Day. 
Halt at Kasol (Stay is not included. Can be arranged at additional cost)

Day 1 : Trek to Grahan Village
Sar Pass Trekking trail starts from Kasol and follows the river stream. The Village of Grahan located at an altitude of 7700 feet  , is a small village situated deep inside the Parvati valley tributaries, The trail is with gentle slope and after crossing the river stream or “Nalah” the trail becomes little rocky and steep. Grahan Village is a beautiful village with traditional Himachali houses and surrounded by Rhododendron trees.  Stay overnight in home stay or camps.

Day 2 : Grahan Village to Mung Thach
After breakfast we start the trek for Min Thatch. The trail to Min Thach is commonly used by locals to access their farms or cattle.  After trekking for some the trail opens up and gives you the beautiful views of Min Thatch, Nagaru and Sar Top. Have your dinner and overnight in camps. This camp site touches the altitude of 11,200 feet so trekkers will start  feeingl the real taste of High altitude

Day 3 : Min Thach to Nagaru
We start early in the morning for Nagaru and today it is going to be a bit longer as the some parts of the trail will be under snow and which makes it little tricky. This camp is the highest target of this expedition which touches 12,500 Feet from sea level. As we gain altitude we get to see the panaromic view of Deo Tibba, Indrasan Peak and long ranges of Himalays as we will reach our campsite. Enjoy the mesmerizing views of beautiful Himalayas and Parvati Valley with hot cup of tea and loads of fun. Overnight stay in tents.

Day 4 : Nagaru - Sar Pass to Biskeri Thach 
We wake up early morning for basic stretching exercises and have breakfast and get ready for the long day to trek to Biskeri Thatch via Sar Pass. Today trail goes uphill to the snow covered trail with views of Tosh Valley and your views of Sar Pass Top in sight which will keep you motivated to trek further. Spend some quality time at Sar Pass Top and have your packed lunch and start the downhill trek to Biskeri Thatch. Stay overnight at the Biskeri Thatch campsite.

Day 5 : Biskeri Thach to Barsheni 
Biskeri Thach gives you amazing views of greater himalayas and thick pine forest. Today trek is downhill through the dense forest of pine, oak and deodar. After crossing the stream  to reach Pulga and Tulga. Cross the Parvati river to reach Barshaini Village. Drive from Parvati to Kasol. We will drop u back to Kasol. Overnight stay at Kasol. 

Day 6 : 
Explore Kasol and Manikaran Gurudhwara or move for River Rafting. Catch return bus from Manali/Bhunter back to Delhi. 

Day 7 :
Reach Delhi. Catch the flight/Train back to Pune. 


⦁ Transport by non-AC private vehicle from & to Kasol • Guide charges. Last day stay at Kasol

⦁ All vegetarian meals starting from day 1 to day 6 ⦁ All necessary permits and entry fees (for Indians) • Tent stays at campsites (triple sharing) • Sleeping bag/Inner • Sleeping Matt • Kitchen tent • Dining tent • Toilet tent • Breakfast, brunch and dinner, Tea, Soup, Snacks • RAAHi Expertise fee.


• Food & Hotel Stay at Kasol
• Food during travel (Delhi/Manali to Kasol and kasol to Manali/Delhi).
• Rescue & Insurance Fee
• Medical Test Fee
• Any kind of personal expenses.
• Man porter to carry personal luggage.
• Anything not specifically mentioned under the head.
• Any additional permits levied over currently applicable by local authorities.
• GST (5%)

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