Everything you need to know about Hampta Pass trek is here

A beautiful trek in the Kullu district of the Indian state of  Himachal Pradesh, Hampta Pass stands at an altitude of 4270m (14040ft). Hampta Pass lies on Pir Panjal Range of the mighty and majestic Himalayas. The view from the top of Hampta Pass is captivating. The trek to the top of the Hampta Pass is full of lush green landscapes, meadows, green grasslands, enchanting farmlands, snow-clad mountains, mesmerizing water streams and loaded with the scenic beauty of the place. This 4-day trek holds the power to leave its visitors awe-inspiring. The most exciting part of the trek is Chandra Tal lake. This lake is very beautiful and has crystal clear water that will spellbind you with its beauty.

Hampta Pass Trek

If you plan to do Hampta Pass take, the best time to visit it is from mid of June to October, when the temperature ranges from 12℃ to 20℃. This high altitude trek is a major attraction in Kullu district. The trail is full of serene landscapes, meadows, farmlands, snow-covered pathways and high mountains. The special thing about this trek is that it also gives you a chance to interest local residents of the state.

Quick facts about Hampta Pass trek-

Region: Indian state of Himachal Pradesh

Altitude: 14,100m

Total distance: 26km

Duration: 4-5 Days

Grade: Easy to Moderate

Nearest Airport- Bhuntar Airport

Nearest Railway Station- Joginder Nagar Railway Station 

Difficulty level

For an avid trekker, this is an easy to moderate level trek. Buf for an ordinary person who has not done any trek before, this trek may seem slightly difficult. If you are physically and medically fit, you can undertake this trek. Though the trek does not require any prior trekking experience, you need to keep precautions to avoid several kinds of injuries like ankle twisting. People who suffered from Asthma and heart-related problems must not undertake this trek. 

How to reach

The starting point of the trek is Manali (Rambagh Circle). There are various ways to reach Manali.

By Road: Manali is well connected to cities like Delhi and Chandigarh, which are connected by all the other major cities of India. You need to take a bus from Delhi or Chandigarh to reach Manali.

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