One of the touring states in India is Himachal Pradesh. The State has lovely snow-capped mountains that are a major source of tourism. Tourists from all over the world come and nurture their minds and souls in this magnificent, unpolluted, peaceable place and cherish the beauty of nature.
‘Hima’ means Snow and Himachal Pradesh, meaning ‘In the lap of the Himalayan.’ Snow in Sanskrit and therefore the name. For several adventure sports, the state mountains are used. One of the trekking activities here is considerable.
Some of the famous trekking sites in the Himachal Mountains have more than 200 defined trekking sides, such as Hampta Pass, Dhaulandhar (Triund Glacier) trek, Parvati valley trek, Bhabha Pass, Sari Pass trek, Beas Kund walk, Chamba and Pin Parvati walk, Kakeri lake trek, etc.
Hampta Pass trek
The easiest and the most convenient of all Hampta Pass trek is considered to be. Perhaps it is not the most adrenaline or the most popular trek, but it is definitely a trek that will put you in awe of this lovely place. The variations in the walking paths are huge; this exciting tour to Hampta takes us through scenic landscapes, outdoor green pastures and wetlands, glacial valleys, easy access, and an exceptional, adventurous, and hair-raising crossing.
The Hampta Pass takes usually four days to finish, but another day is added to the tour so that you can visit Chandrataal, a famous and striking mountain lake just a few hours before Chatru. May and June and August are the best months for the trek. The reason for Hampta Pass is the renowned hiking zone is snow, with lots of summer snow drawing more visitors.
Manali is the closest station. Therefore, the journey begins with Manali via Jobra to Chika. The trek is made by walking from Jobra. The first day includes this route. The second day is Balu ka Ghera reached. You’d cross incredible blocks this day, Gendarme and Rani Nallah.
Shea Goru from Balu ka Ghera via the Hampta pass is the third-day destination. You will find stunning and stunning glaciers, cornice, and snow all the way. On this day a maximum altitude of 14, 100 ft. is reached. On the fourth day, Shea Goru starts and finishes in Chatru. On this day it’s a steady descent. You are going to see the valleys of Lahaul and Spiti.
You’ll see Lahaul and Spiti valleys as well as Pir Panjal and Spiti mountains. You can also go to Chandra tal campsite on the same day and camp for the night there. From Chandra to Manali the last day of the trek is. The famous Chandra lake, deepest among blue shades, can be visited from the Chandra Tal camp.
You have to carry necessary trekking gears like support shoes for your knees and trekking poles which make it easier to climb snow.
Who can go
- The first-timer could apply, should be interested in mountaineering and trekking.
- The climber should be fit and stable enough to cover a distance of 5 km without stress in 30 minutes.
- A 10-15 kg backpack should be available for the climber.
- This mission, cannot be reconciled with Heart problems, high blood pressure, asthma, and epilepsy. The climber shall not have the above conditions.
Hampta Pass trek (Conti..)
From Manali to Jobra the trekking expedition starts by car. At a height of 700 ft. above sea level, Manali is already at 6. So it’s a good place before you start your trek to heat up your body. The journey to Jobra takes two hours and forty hairpins. Jobra is 9, 800 ft above sea level. The first day is a 10, 100ft high and takes two to three hours to walk.
The walking tour starts at the intersection of Allain Guhugal Hydel. Take the small trail that leads to the pine forest after crossing the main road. Other trees, such as maple, deodar, toss, and oak, are also found. The view is cool. The path that is to be taken up is a straightforward and not very steep one.
You will reach a twenty-minute walk, which overlooks a lush green wilderness covered by small rocks. Take a few minutes to the surrounding area and head to the meadow. The Nallah Rani flows directly between the wilderness. You’ll see also a few cattle and sheep in the field. The view seems to be taken out