Hampta Pass Trek

4N/5D (Without Chandratal)


Himachal Pradesh is beyond doubt one of the most popular destinations in India. It is well known for its quaint and picturesque hill-towns, and also for the many thrilling Himalayan Treks that it has on offer for the adventure seekers. According to the reports from the Indian Meteorological Department, the weather in 2019 is the most favorable for trekking in the Himalayas. Hampta Pass is an unusual, special pass. It climbs out of lush green valleys of Kullu to a perpendicular overhang, high in the mountains. The overhang you stand on is almost like a balcony view to a different world below; the deserts of Lahaul. From the pass, you see the Lahaul valley in one wide panoramic sweep. It is one the most dramatic twists in landscape you’ll see. We don’t think you would want to miss this opportunity to experience the Himalayas at its best. So come join us and book your seats now! 


Trip Inclusions


All Included


Camping (with sleeping bag and mat)




Day 1 - Report at the Manali Base Camp

Arrive in Manali on your own and report at our campsite. The first day is reserved for meet and greet, and you will be given an orientation session by the trek leader covering information like rucksack packing, walking techniques and information about the trek and the route. Acclimatize yourself with the weather and you can explore the town on your own. Retire for the night and camp in the meadows for the night to acclimatise better.

Day 2 - Drive From Manali to Chikka

On the second day we leave the base camp by 8 AM as we have a long drive ahead of us. We will be carrying lunch and breakfast with us. The first leg of the day’s travel would include a jeep drive from Base Camp to Hampta Dam. The trail is surrounded with Maple, Pine, Walnut and Oak trees, making it refreshing and enjoyable. After reaching Hampta Dam we drive further to Chikka, which is also our final destination for the day. It is an scenic trail as you will be crossing two wooden bridges and a small patch of forest. We reach the campsite at Chikka and prepare for our stay overnight post dinner.

DAY 3 - Chikka to Balu Ka Ghera

Distance covered : 6 kms

Time taken : 4 – 5 hours

Altitude : 11072 feet

Wake up to the beautiful himalayan sunrise and get ready for your journey to our Balu ka Ghera campsite. Today, you’ll experience the true beauty of the Himalayas as you set eyes for the very first glimpse of the towering snow-capped peaks. These are the Dhauladhar ranges, the outer Himalayan chain of mountains. Walk through flowering meadows and valleys that create a delightful picture-perfect scenery for you to revel in. Cross a log bridge over a fast flowing mountain stream, to arrive at Balu ka Ghera, the hibernating grounds for the great Himalayan brown bear. Reach the campsite and relax and enjoy some delicious dinner and retire for the night in tents.

Day 4: Balu ka Ghera to Hampta Pass and back to Balu ka Ghera.

Distance covered : 7 kms

Time taken : 8 – 9 hours

Altitude : 14100 feet

Start early in the morning today as you have a long journey planned ahead of you. After an early morning breakfast you will start trekking towards the most awaited Hampta Pass which is located at an astonishing height of 14100 feet. Today you will experience the dynamic landscape that the Great Himalayas hold within its large arms! A perfect learning ground for beginners in trekking, the trail has easy and gradual slopes. Following these trails, arrive at the spell binding Hampta Valley and experience its overwhelming beauty at the best. Continuing the series of hopping and resting, gambling and handling the challenges we will descend back to Balu Ka Ghera and will camp there for the night.

Day 5: Balu ka Ghera to Chikka followed by drive till Manali

Distance covered : 6 kms

Time taken : 4 – 5 hours

Altitude : 11072 feet

This is the final day of your trek so bid goodbye to the mountains and head back to Manali. We will be trekking from Balu ka Ghera to Chikka and then drive by jeeps to Manali where our incredible journey to this gem in the Himalayas ends.

Things Included

  • All Veg meals from Day 01 to Last Day of your trek
  • Accommodation in tents on triple or quad sharing
  • Trekking equipment (Tents, Sleeping bag, Sleeping mats, toilet tents)
  • All required forest permits
  • Transportation as per itinerary
  • Qualified and experienced trek leader and staff
  • Basic First Aid kit and Oxygen cylinder
  • Once in a lifetime experience with us

Things To Carry

  • Backpack (40 to 60 litres)
  • Daypack (20 litres) if you choose to hire a porter to carry your Backpack
  • Trekking shoes and extra pairs of socks
  • Thermals and quick dry clothes
  • Hand Gloves and Cap
  • Ponchos
  • Sunscreen and toiletries
  • Water bottles (2 litres minimum) (Note: It is mandatory to refill your bottles everyday as the water availability is completely dependent on climatic conditions.)
  • Torch with extra batteries
  • Empty tiffin box to carry your packed lunch
  • Snacks you wish to carry
  • Electrol or Glucon-D and Personal medications if any
  • Plastic bags for wet clothes
  • Any government ID proof

Things Excluded

  • All transportation to and fro base camp
  • Any personal expenses
  • Anything other than things included
  • Porter charges for carrying your backpack
  • Cost incurred due to any emergency


  • Littering is strictly prohibited. We request you to support us in preserving the environment
  • Age limit for the trek is minimum 16 Years
  • Make sure you carry the balance amount and the bike security deposit in cash as ATM’s in Manali are not reliable.


July 4, 6, 13, 20

Aug 11


14100 feet




Rs. 3000/-




Rs. 5700

per person


If cancellation is done by the participant prior to 15 days of the Event, 50% of the advance price will be refunded. No refund would be provided if cancellation is done within 15 days of the event.


What should I wear during trek?

Full sleeves quick dry t-shirts and full trousers are recommended. You can also carry a cap, sunglass and waterproof jackets.

What kind temperature we will experience?

During the daytime temperature is within 15 to 20 degree Celsius while in night it drops to 0 to 5 degree Celsius.

How is the food?

We offer a healthy and nutritious vegetarian diet which is recommended during the trek. All the meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner are included. We also arrange for Jain food on special request.

What kind of tents we will get to stay?

Campers will be provided tents on a triple sharing basis.

Are there separate tents for boys and girls?

Yes, there are separate tents for boys and girls.

Is rucksack compulsory?

Yes, rucksack is compulsory for the trek.

Can extra luggage be deposited at base camp?

Yes, the entire extra luggage (which is not required for the trek) can be deposited at the base camp.

Is it required to bring any ID proof during the trek?

Yes, ID proof is essential for the trek. Only Aadhar card/ Voter ID Card/ Driving License/Passport will be accepted.

Is Medical Certificate essential?

Yes, medical certificate is essential for the trek.

Are we going to get network during the trek?

No, mobile network is not available throughout the trek.

Are we going to get network during the trek?

No, mobile network is not available throughout the trek.

What are the risks involved in the trek?

Hampta Pass and Chandratal is a moderate level trek and there are very limited/no risk scenarios involved in the trek. A hundred percent guarantee to the safety of all participants will be provided by, only if participants are following all the instructions given by guides.

What are the safety measures taken?

Guides who accompany the group members are certified from government mountaineering institutes and are expert in handling scenarios like medical issues or physical injuries. A first aid medical kit and rescue kit is always available with the guide.

Do I need to carry any first aid along with me?

If there is any personal medication, make sure that you are carrying medicines for it and the guide should be aware of it.

What kind of toilet facilities is available during the trek?

On the trek toilet tents will be pitched separately for boys and girls.

What about drinking water during the trek and at campsites?

Natural water sources like stream are used for drinking at campsites. It is very safe to drink the water.

Can I carry my DSLR?

Yes, one can carry DSLR camera provided you take care of it against snow, rain and shock.

Are trekking shoes compulsory?

Yes, trekking shoes are compulsory. A good trekking shoe should have an ankle support, good grip and water proof. In case if you are buying a new pair of shoes, make sure you are using it at least 15 days prior to the event.

Is liquor allowed in the trek?

No, liquor is strictly prohibited in the trek. Strict disciplinary actions will be taken if anyone is found with the possession of alcohol.

Is smoking allowed in the trek?

No, smoking is not allowed during the trek.

How is the level of the trek?

The level of trek is moderate. The trek demands both physical stamina and mental endurance. On who is participating should do few cardio workouts one month prior to the event.

How should I prepare myself for the trek?

One should do cardio related exercise like running, swimming or cycling for at least 40 minutes for 25 days prior to the event.

Is it recommended for the first timers?

Yes, the trek is recommended for the first timers also.

What is the best time for the trek?

The best time for the trek is from June to Sep. From June to July one can find snow from Balu Ka Ghera to Shia Goru. During the monsoon the place becomes green and full of flowers.

Are we going to get snow in the trek?

Yes, the trek from Balu Ka Ghera to Hampta Pass is entirely covered with snow.


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