The Thamsar Pass trek can be accessed anytime between mid-June and mid-October. Starting June till August, there are high chances of witnessing heavy snow on the passes and the region of Kullu-Manali may face monsoon showers. The Spiti valley generally remains unaffected from rain with weather being mostly sunny and warm. Average day temperature in Spiti during this season remains 12-20 °C while the temperature during night may range from -2 to 6 °C. From September to mid-October, the trekking trails generally get cleared-off from snow and a good weather makes the trek much more pleasurable though, chances of snow-fall during this season are quite high. The day temperatures remain warm ranging from 12-20 °C but nights get little cold and temperature may sometimes drop to even -6 °C.
Bir to Billing – 2600mts, 2-3 hrs trek
Trek starts from Bir to Billing, 4hrs walk. The trek is of moderate ascent. It is known as one of the best placing for paragliding. It gives most scenic panorama of the Shivalik ranges.
Trek goes to the north of billing along spur above the uhl river with easy walk. There are potato farms in this village.
This trek is moderate ascent.
This trek is weary and it involves climbing. A beautiful small glacial lake can be seen on this trek. The pass is surrounded by snow and pass also shares two different valley (Kangra & Ravi valley). From here trail descends to the vast of snow towards north. The trekkers and gaddis camp at this place and make an early starts to cross Thamsar pass.
It is downhill trek to Bara Bhangal which is situated above the attraction for trekkers, mountaineers, nature lovers and anthropologist who thrive to feel and experience the lives of local tribes who live there in complete isolation untouched from the outer world in their own traditional ways.
This will be a rest day in Bara Bhangal Village. You can visit and explore the village.
This trek passes through forests. Streams and meadering rills involving many ups and down. This is a sceneic feast with panorama of peaks all around.
This is an easy gradual trek with moderate ascents.
The trek which rises steeply arduous climb up to the camping ground. Gwari is situated at the fool hill of Kalihin pass when the Kalihin river originates and joins the Ravi near Bara Bhangal.
This is very tiring trek. The climb becomes stiff before the pass but then rewarded adequately for ones efforts by fascinating view of the mountains of Greater Himalayas as seen from the pass. One needs balance and self control while descending.
This trek passes through many ridges and crosses through couple of streams on its way to Sangchur.
This is comparatively easy trail can be covered n 2-3 hrs. The trek descends through many villages of Kullu Vally.
Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh
Thamsar Pass Trek is one of the most alluring passes in the Dhauladhar range in the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. Thamsar Passconnects the Chhota Bhangal to the Bara Bhangal region and it's one of the most enchanting experiences of trekking in Himachal Pradesh
Situated at a height of 4551 meters above sea level, the Kunzum Pass or Kunzum La is one of India's highest motorable mountain passes, and is located in Himachal Pradesh in North India.
yes, you can do sarpass on your own with guides from kasol. if you have a group about 5 to 10 people, the cost is cheaper.. but if you go alone with guide it becomes expensive. i will suggest you to go in middle of may month , you will find lot of snow in Nagaru , that is highest point.
Sari Galu, as Sari Pass is known locally, is one of the few passes which connect the Kangra and Kullu valleys. Set in deep jungles, far away from civilization
The day of crossing the sari pass (3920 meters.) The scenery on the other side of the pass is spellbound. This involves both ascending and descending.
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Brief Description. Sari Pass is an easy trek and one of the few passes that connect the lower Kullu and Kangra valleys.