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Hampta Pass Trek

Hampta Pass Trek

 9,950 ( GST 5.00 %)

7,950 (Trek Fee) + 2,000 (Transport)


Including Transport

Meeting point to Jobra, Chatru to Manali and excursion to Chandratal Lake


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Overview

Region :- Himachal Pradesh
Duration :- 5 Days
Grade :- Easy To Moderate
Max Altitude :- 14,100 Ft.
Approx Trekking Km :- 26 Kms.


Hampta Pass is a crossover trek where the scenery keeps changing as it starts from the lush greenery of Kullu region and ends in the arid desert of Spiti. This is an all in one trek where you go through alpine forests of (Maple, Brich, Oak, Deodar) and enter the wide meadows, trekking next to the streams and once you reach the start of the snowline it’s a steep ascend all the way to the pass. You are treated to a unique variety of exotic mountain wildflowers all through the trek.

These beautiful flowers embellish the landscape, the mighty rocks standing against the backdrop of delicate flowers make for a unique sight. You can expect three different scene changes in just the first two days from alpine forest to the green meadows and then to moraine. One can see a green valley on one side and a cold desert valley on the other side at a time.Initial side of the pass is gradual ascent which helps in a successful summit and the other side of a pass is steep descent which gives all the mountain rush you were waiting for. Indrasan, Deo Tibba and Indrakila are visible from the pass. Stream crossing through icy cold waters is one of the most thrilling experiences of Hampta Pass Trek but it can get tricky. You would find two water crossings during the trek.

The trek lies in the Pir Panjal range of Himachal Pradesh and is considered to be an easy to moderate grade trek. The trek goes up to an altitude of 14,100 ft at its highest point. The best time to visit is between June to September. The temperature usually stays between 10 to 18 degrees Celsius during the day and 0 to 5 degrees during the night. Since this trek has a couple of high altitude camp sites like Seagoru and Balu ka Ghera, the temperature here even drops to sub-zero at night.

Hampta Pass is in a small corridor between Lahaul's Chandra Valley and the Kullu valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. This pass is frequently used by shepherds of the lower Himalayan region, seeking high altitude grasslands in the summer, when the dry cold desert of Lahaul is barren.

There would be no mobile network on the trek. You’ll be mostly trekking next to the flowing streams and there’ll be a couple of water crossings during the trek. Expect snow at the pass and we’ll be providing you with microspikes to walk on the snow, you can also watch our video on how to walk in the mountains.Since Hampta Pass trek happens during the peak monsoon season, there’ll be chances of rain during the trek days, so carrying your rain gear is a must on this trek Also, this is one of the colder treks and you must carry warm layers to trek comfortably.

Trek The Himalayas would suggest you to come in June and July if you want to experience snow. If you’re more inclined towards the lush green parts of this trek, then you must come in August and September.
Shiagoru is going to be the coldest campsite of the trek and the next day a river has to be crossed in the morning without shoes, so carrying floaters is a must. Avoid getting flip flops on the trek.
When you’ll finally reach Chandratal, the time goes still and you will be blown away by the sheer beauty of this lake. Pristine blue water keeps changing its hues throughout the day. The crystal clear turquoise waters of the lake radiate and paints a new picture. Chandra Taal or Lake of the moon gets its name due to its crescent shape, it is located in the Lahaul part of the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh (India).

The lake is situated on the Samudra Tapu Plateau, which overlooks the Chandra river. The mountains overlook the lake on one side and a cirque closes it on the other. Interesting fact about this lake is that there is no visible source of water to this lake but there is a visible outlet which means the water of this lake comes from the underground, which is really unusual. The legend goes like that god Indra’s chariot picked up Yudhistra from here and as a result, it draws a lot of devotees to this beautiful lake.


Brief Itinerary

Day 1: Manali To Chika Via Jobra

  • Altitude:- Jobra 9,800ft to Chika 10,100ft
  • 2 hour drive to Jobra from Manali
  • 2km, 45 minutes trek from Jobra to Chika
  • Enough water through the trail
  • Easy to Moderate trail
  • Stay at tent
  • Meeting time at Manali is 12 pm to reach Chika camp site by 5 pm

Day 2: Chika to Balu ka Ghera

  • Altitude:- 10,100ft to 11,900ft
  • 8.5Km, 6hr trek
  • Moderate trail, gradual ascent
  • Pack lunch will be provided
  • Enough water on the way
  • River crossing, boulder walk and colourful tiny flowers on the way
  • Enjoy the camp site.

Day3: Balu ka Ghera to Siagoru, Crossing (Hampta Pass)

  • Altitude:- 11,900ft to 14,100ft (Hampta Pass) to 12,900ft
  • 7 km, 10hr trek
  • No water point on the way (Depends on the snow condition)
  • First 1 hour is gradual ascent then Steep ascent till the pass
  • Packed lunch at the pass, enjoy the view of Indrasan peak
  • Around 2 hours of steep descent and 1 hours of flat walk from the Pass to camp sight
  • Coldest place of the trek
  • Stay in tent

Day 4: Siagoru to Chatru drive to Chandratal

  • Altitude:- 12,900ft to 11,000ft
  • 7Km, 5hr trek
  • Gradual descent on moraine
  • Start early in the morning
  • 2 to 3 water sources of water on the way
  • Hot lunch at camp
  • Drive to Chandratal and back to camp site, either on day 4 or day 5 (depends on road and weather condition)

Day 5: Chatru to Manali via Rothang Pass

  • 85km drive
  • Time taken 4-6 hour
  • Breakfast at camp site
  • Lunch on the way (not included in the cost)
  • Rothang pass road is a very busy route; driving time may increase due to of heavy traffic. Make your further travel plane from
  • Manali after 6:00 pm

NOTE:-
You can visit Chandratal If road and weather condition permits us. if not, you will have to drive directly from Chatru to Manali and skip Chandratal all together.

Who can go

  • First timer can apply, should have some interest in trekking and mountaineering.
  • The climber must be fit and have sufficient stamina to cover 5 km of distance in 30 minutes without a stress.
  • The climber should be able to carry a 10-15 kg backpack.
  • Heart problem, high blood pressure, asthma, and epilepsy cannot be reconciled on this mission. The climber must not have the conditions mentioned above.

Detailed Itinerary


Day 1: Manali to Chika via Jobra

The trekking expedition starts from Manali to Jobra in vehicle. Manali is already at an elevation of 6,700 ft above sea level. So, it is a good place to acclimatize your body before beginning the trek. It takes two hour and forty hairpin bends to arrive at Jobra. Jobra is at an altitude of 9,800 ft. On the first day you will reach a height of 10,100ft and cover up two to three hours of trek.

The trek on foot initiates from Allain Guhugal Hydel Project junction. After crossing the main road, take the small path that leads to the forest of pine trees. You will also find other variety of trees like maple, deodar, toss and oak. The sight is refreshing. The slope that is supposed to be climbed is an easy one and not very steep. Twenty minutes into the trek, you will reach a bend that overlooks a lush green meadow strewed with small rocks. Enjoy the surrounding for a couple of minutes and head towards the meadow.

The Rani nallah comes into view which flows directly in between the meadow. You will also see few sheep and cows grazing in the field. The sight looks exactly as if taken out from fairy tale. You can pass through the meadow or climb up the hill on the left hand side. Either way you will reach Chika which is at the end of the vast meadow. But, climbing the hill and descending down to Chika is a better and easier route. Chika camp site is a huge, spacious patch of green. The Rani River flowing in the middle makes this place perfect for setting up the tents.


Day 2: Chika to Balu ka Ghera

The next destination is Balu ka Ghera which is not visible from the Chika camp site, but you can make an idea as it falls to the right. Follow the left bank of the river that will appear at your right hand side. The trail leads the way to a slope of boulders and rough terrain. The path is an easy one and can be accomplished without any difficulty.

You will find an entire stretch of the river's right bank lined up with amazing dwarf Rhododendron trees. These trees will cover the lower and the central region and cluster of silver birch trees cover up the upper region. Once you have reached the end of silver birch trees, wait a moment and look back to marvel the entire range of Dhauladhar snow clad peaks in front of you. The view is very picturesque. You will reach a clear stream waterfall to the left at a distant. Best place to fill in your bottles.

After crossing the waterfall, the next route is towards the river to your left. You can go to the other side only by crossing the rivulet by wetting your feet. The water is super cold and will definitely prick your feet. You can also jump from one rock to another in the stream and get to the opposite side. You must have finished half of the day's trek when you enter Jwara. Jwara is a beautiful scenic sheltered valley; huge snow clad rocks at one side and the valley drops down to the river on the other side. You will feel like immersing yourself in the beauty of God's nature. You will find snows melting into the river and cattle grazing the land.

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In front of the picture is snow clad mountains and behind them lies the Hampta Pass. From here, the trail would be by the river side which will lead you to another rectangular valley. The path is covered with multi colored flowers. The last of the tree lines vanishes out of the sight and is left behind. It will take another half an hour or so to reach the end of the valley, which is the finishing part of Jwara. After Jwara, the path is a slope covered with snows and rocks. The end of the path is Balu ka Ghera, the name has nothing to do with the place. The place is covered with snow and greens whereas the name imply mound of sand. But it is said that this place was formed with the sands and dust deposited by the river. Balu ka Ghera campsite is a flat ground amidst the mountains that you will cross the next day to reach the pass. Balu ka Ghera is at an elevation of 11, 900 ft.

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Day 3: Balu Ka Ghera to Siagoru crossing Hampta Pass

You can split the journey in two halves, a steady ascent on moderate steep slope to Hampta Pass, thence a sharp descent to Sia Goru. The highest altitude will be achieved on this day at Hampta Pass (14, 100 ft). The day starts by heading towards the mountains you spotted the previous day. The trail is along the river side. The view is amazing, tiny yellow and orange flowers give a pleasant picture to the river.

The river side trails takes you further to the base and then the actual climb to the Hampta pass takes place. It will take an hour to reach here. Another hour of walk will take you to the first plateau. In summer, the place is completely covered with thick fresh snow. Otherwise, it is just patches of snow everywhere. The Deo Tibet peak will fall right in front of you.

You will reach another plateau and then to a ridge. It will take another half an hour to reach the ridge's end. Then from the first ridge trek further up to get on the second ridge. Hampta Pass is just a few meters and a bend away from the second ridge. The climb to Hampta Pass is a vertical one and is a hard mount. It will take about 15 minutes to reach the pass. Yes, by the time you reach there, you would be extremely tired but the site which enfolds in front of you is stunning. Enjoy for sometime in the pass, relish the beauty around, have your lunch and then get ready for the next descent to Siagoru.

The descent is trickier than the journey to the pass. The decline is so steep that you would not be able to locate the base of the mountain, not even by craning your neck. The best possible way to get down is either by sliding down the slope or with the use of ropes for support. The route is a little meandering too. You will also spot Spiti from this point. In an hour and a half you will reach the base of the valley that will lead you to Siagoru. The valley is secured by snow clad mountains, and the side which is open is Siagoru's way. The trek to Siagoru is easy on flat land.

The Siagoru camp site is also by the river side. Set your camps on the grounds and retire for the night with a feeling of contentment at the heart.


Day 4: Siagoru to Chatru

You will cover Sia goru to Chatru by foot and it will take approx 5 hours of easy downhill trek. Siagoru is placed at an altitude of 12, 900ft and Chatru at 11, 000ft. It is a gentle trek downhill from Siagoru. The trail here again is by the side of the river valley between mountain ranges.

Chatru can be located at a distance. No vegetations can be seen in the barren mountains. The tricky part comes next. You will have to be careful as the trail might sometime lead you to edges of mountains and ridges. The route has slippery parts too. So, sure footed and careful navigation is required to go further. Nevertheless, the trek is not that difficult as it sounds. You will for sure enjoy the sliding and heart pumping mounting. Getting down the mountains will consume another two hours of your time. You will notice the Chandra River flowing below and a road that goes by its side. More than two Glaciers comes next which are to be crossed. The other side of the Glacier is Chatru, the next camping zone. Choose a location which has the river running around.

Chatru is a magnificent camping site; it is a consensus of the three passes, Hampta, Rohtang and Spiti. The location is just about another two hours.


Day 5: Chatru to Manali (drive)

A ride back from the Chatru camp site to Manali is scheduled for day 5. After this 7 hour journey full of mellow reminisces of the hills, you will be reaching Manali in the evening. An overnight journey after 06:00pm to Delhi will hopefully work out best.



Chandratal Lake

A visit of Chandratal will be either on Day 4 or Day 5. You can hike up to the marvellous Chandratal Lake (known as the moon lake). The sheer blue color of the lake has an amazing effect to the surroundings. Chandratal Lake is 45 km from Chatru camp site. You can visit Chandratal only in the summer months, if road and weather condition permits us. if not, you will have to drive directly from Chatru to Manali and skip Chandratal all together.


How to Reach

Everyone has to reach Manali at first
There are 3 options to reach Manali

Option 1.
Take an overnight bus to Manali
        • Delhi to Manali 14 hours
        • Chandigarh to Manali 10 hours
Taking a bus from Chandigarh is the most ideal option.

We always recommend going for the govt. buses over the private ones outside the bus station as based on the experience we have found that there are very high chances of delay involved with private buses. Also, govt. Buses are always more reliable. Whichever bus you choose, just make sure to reach Manali at least by 9-10 am positively.

Option 2.
        • Take a flight Delhi/Chandigarh airport, and then travel by bus to Manali (Best option).
        • Take a flight to Bhuntar Airport, Manali is just a couple of hours away and you can easily get a bus or a private taxi till there.

We would not recommend Bhuntar airport because of the high prices of the flight along with the unpredictability due to the cancellations. If you do plan to come via Bhuntar, make sure to reach at least a day before the trek starts.

Option 3.
You can even come via train, Pathankot railway station is from where you can get direct buses to Manali that is 300 km from there and would take an overnight journey. Even in this case, reach a day before at Manali.
Once you reach the assembly point of the trek in Manali. TTH will take care of your travel to Jobra, Chatru to Manali and excursion to Chandratal.
Also, make sure that in any case, you reach Manali by 10 am on the first day of the schedule so that you’re able to reach the assembly point by noon.

Cost Terms

Inclusions :-
1. Accommodation. (Camping).
         • Camping on Day 1 to Day 4

2. Meals while on trek (Veg. + Egg).
         • From the Day 1st Lunch to the Day 5th Lunch

3. Support Team.
         • 1 Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader
         • Guide (Number of guides depend on the group size)
         • 1 High Altitude chef
         • Support staff

4. First aid.
         • Medical kits
         • Stretcher
         • Oxygen cylinder

5. Transport (to and fro) as per the itinerary.
        • Meeting point to Jobra
        • Chatru to Manali with Chandratal

6. All necessary entry fees and permits.

7. Porters/mules to carry central equipment.


Exclusions
1. Food during the transit.
2. Any kind of personal expenses.
3. Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
4. Any kind of emergency evacuation charges.
5. Anything not specifically mentioned under the head Price Includes.

Note :
Normally TTH expect to carry your personal luggage on your own, if you wish to offload your backpack, you can give it to Mule.
Charges of offloading backpack:-
INR 1350/- if you make an online payment, 10 days in advance
INR 1500/- if you inform us after reaching Manali
The backpack cannot weigh more than 11 kgs. Backpack should have waterproof cover. Suitcases/strolleys/ bags will not be allowed.
Paying the Trek /Tour fee:
The fee can be paid by online transfer/Check deposit/Cash deposit/Demand draft. Instruction for
payment will be forwarded along with your confirmation email. When your transfer is done, please
e-mail us a confirmation mail with your transfer details, so that we can follow up your reservation efficiently.


Cancellation terms:
For the cancellation of services due to any avoidable/unavoidable reasons, Trek The Himalayas must
be notified of the same in writing at [email protected] At the time we receive your
written cancellation, refunds based on the total fare are as follows.


Cancellation Policy

Cancellations prior to 07 days from the start of the Trek: Get a full refund (minus 5% trek cost). The money will be transferred to the same bank account from where the transaction was made.

Cancellations prior to 06 days from the start of the Trek: 100% full refund of trek cost in form of Trek The Himalayas trek voucher valid for 1 year from date of issue. This voucher is applicable for Indian treks only.

Cancellation on Start of Trek date:Get 20% refund of trek cost in form of Trek The Himalayas trek voucher valid for 1 year from date of issue. This voucher is applicable for Indian treks only.

Note: 1. Change of trek batch is dependent on the availability of seats in the batch
2. In case of transferring a trek to a friend, he/she should satisfy all the mandatory requirements put forward by TTH
3. TTH holds the right to change/cancel the policies, without prior notice
4. Cash refund is applicable only in case of bookings made without using any promotional offer code or vouchers


Cash Voucher Terms:

• This is a non transferable voucher
• The voucher cannot be merged with any other offer of Trek The Himalayas
• The voucher is valid for Trek booked directly with Trek The Himalayas in India
• To avail the voucher please use your register phone number or e-mail id
• All the other Terms of booking a trek with Trek The Himalayas are applicable to the voucher
• Trek The Himalayas holds rights to add/remove any of the Terms and Conditions without prior notice



Itineraries are based on information available at the time of planning and are subject to change. "Trek The Himalayas" reserves the right to change expedition dates, people or itineraries as conditions warrant. If a trip must be delayed or the itinerary changed due to bad weather, road conditions, transportation delays, government intervention, airline schedules, sickness, or other contingency for which TTH or its agents cannot make provision, the cost of delays and/or other changes are the responsibility of the participant. TTH reserves the right to decline, or accept, any individual as a trip member for any reason whatsoever.


Trek Essential

Fitness

Fitness regime for:

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If your BMI is normal, you can plan your fitness regime as mentioned. If your BMI is not normal, consult your trusted physician before you plan your fitness regime.
If you're suffering from any chronic illnesses consult a medical practitioner.

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FAQ

Trekkers can enjoy it mostly in the month of June, July, September and first week of October.
Hampta Pass trek over all is a moderate. Last day of the trek is little bit difficult. In Hampta Pass trek, trekkers can face much other adventure activity like river crossing and weather changes in minutes .
In early and later days of the trek temperature is normal and easily bearable but in between days temperature fall. During the day time temperature is hot and during the night time +3 to -4 degree.
Generally every day trek distance is not long. Average walking distance is 8 - 10 km an each day and trekkers complete in 5-7 hrs.
NO, but in case you are having so please consult your doctor because there are lots of MYTH about Diamox.
Always trek leads by professional Trek leader who complete Basic and Advance mountaineering course and certified in first-aid course and along with one local guide, cook, helper, porter and other staff.
We try to bring together a small group of like minded people to give them a memorable and insightful travel experience, normally we take 22 - 26 people in one batch including male and female. We need minimum 6 people to run a fix departure but for the customized trip group size doesn’t matter.
Yes definitely, Security of girls is the foremost important for us. We always create friendly environment on trek. All our guides and other support crew are carefully chosen for your trips. They are very honest and reliable, but we would also advise you to take care of your own personal belongings.
Once you made the booking our team will send you the trek essentials list according to the trek.
Yes, But you should intimate 15 days in advance, so that we will arrange the porter or mule accordingly.
Good trekking shoes are the most important part of the trek, so you have to be very careful before buying it. You can go through our Article "How to Opt Best Trekking Shoe" to get an idea.
We have three men tents but two people will be accommodating in one tent.
Optimum level of fitness is always required in any trek so that you can enjoy your trek.
We always serve Indian vegetarian food and eggs during our trek.
Himalayan water is consider as a clean and mineral water but for safe side we use boil water / chlorine tablet in our camps, during the trek ask once to trek leader or guide from where to fill water bottles.
We have Bolero, Max or equivalent to that.
No, but our trek leaders are certified in Wilderness first-aid" and be aware of high attitude problems, and we carry whole first-aid kit and necessary medicines with us. Make sure you are medically fit for a trek or take professional advice if you feel you are unable to judge yourself.
Yes, it is always advisable that in any trek carry your own medication weather organizers carrying it or not.
After choosing the trip you wish to join, the first step is to fill up the booking form, a deposit has to be made in order to confirm the reservation. All details will be emailed to you to make it easy for you to book.
Depending on the prevailing situation, however the date of trek completion should always coincide with the original itinerary. You should keep in mind that this is an adventure trip into the remotest region, where many unforeseen events may contribute to the need for a change in itinerary. In such cases, we or your trek leader will suggest the best alternative similar to your original itinerary.
Yes, walking stick necessary for you because it will help you to walk in decent and provide you balance also, it is reduce your fatigue.
Toilet tents would be there. Basically we use dry toilet which is one of the best way to answer nature call in forest. Dry toilet means, we dig a pita and keep mud and shovel so once you are done with your business you can cover it up using mud. It is most hygienic way. You should carry toiletries as we mention in essential.

Risk & Respond

High Altitude Treks: Risk and Response A high altitude trek calls for an adventurous attitude, but embarking on an adventurous trip without calculating the risks is utter stupidity. That’s why we have listed a few risks and the response planned by TTH to minimise or address the risks in the best possible way.


Risk: Altitude Before you start the trek, it is important to understand the implications of high altitude on your body. Be aware of symptoms of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) like mild headache, nausea and general discomfort.

Response: If you feel any of these symptoms, inform the trek leader on priority and follow his instructions. Every campsite has as stretcher, fully equipped first aid kit, oxygen cylinders to address the situation.


Risk: Weather Weather is unpredictable in the Himalayas. Though we are always observant about the changing weather, no one can guarantee a snowfall, rain or Sun. Do understand that your security is of utmost importance to us and we will not proceed any further from the campsite if the weather is not favourable.

Response: The decision of the Trek Leaders and Guides to proceed or wait for the weather to get better will be final.


Risk: Injuries Often, while trekking over difficult terrains, you might have minor injuries like leg sprain, bruises etc. Serious injuries like fractures or major cuts are very rare.

Response: All our Trek Leaders are Certified Wilderness First Aid responders. They are trained to handle emergencies and can tackle minor injuries with a well-equipped first aid kit. In case of serious injuries, the patient is carried on a stretcher to the nearest road-head and is led to nearest medical centre.


Risk: Lack of communication devices In the remote areas of the Himalayas, mobile networks do not reach. On a trek, one is cut off from the world of calls, SMSs or watsapps.

Response: We rely on walkie-talkies and runners to communicate between the campsites and the base camps.

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Brief Detail

Trek Itinerary

Day 1: ManaliTo Chika Via Jobra
Day 2: Chika to Balukaghera
Day3: Balu Ka Ghara to Siagoru, Crossing (Hampta Pass)
Day 4: Sheagoru to Chhatru drive to Chandratal
Day 5: Catru to Manali via Rothang Pass
Note: You can visit Chandratal If road and weather condition permits us. if not, you will have to drive directly from Chatru to Manali

Trek Info

Region: Himanchal
Duration: 5 Days
Grade: Easy To Moderate
Max Altitude: 14,100 Ft.
Trekking Km: 26 Kms.
Trail Type: A cross over trail through passes. The trek starts and ends at Manali
Rail head: Pathankot is the nearest rail head to the base camp
Air Port: Bhuntar, which is 52 km away from Manali
Road : Manali is well connected to Delhi
Base Camp: Manali
Best Season: July to October
Snow: Round the year except monsoon
Services from: Manali to Manali
Food: Meals while on trek (Veg.+ Egg)
Stay: Camping
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An unplanned journey is always the best, they say. Well, this is not applicable to a high altitude trip. We always iterate, the Himalayas is a whole new world that has its own rules. Read More

Save your time and money by renting equipment before your first Himalayan trek

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What we would rather suggest our trekkers is that they rent the necessary equipment be it apparel or any other trek gear before their first Himalayan trek. Read More

HAMPTA PASS - THE PASS TO HEAVEN
Posted On: 13/Oct/2018
By: Rajesh V R

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If you would like to experience monsoon at its best, Hampta pass trek in Himalayas is the best place to be at. Stream crossings, beautiful forest trails, challenging and thrilling rocky trails, waterfall crossings, frozen glaciers, super chilled river crossings, Read More

My First Himalayan Trek — Hampta Pass Trek
Posted On: 06/Jul/2018
By: Pooja Shah

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Finally we met our trek leader Mr. Sanjeev Thakur and Mr. Mahendar (who were our trek guide) and came along with us in the car to arrive at our trek starting point – Jobra. The trek guides informed us the following things : Read More

Hampta Pass Trek
Posted On: 12/Feb/2017
By: Shakti Prasad Raturi

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And got the chance to seek the answer again but not alone.This time with my best half.It was my second, first after marriage, high altitude Himalayan trek which I completed with my wife (first time doing any trek). We never know what we thought and where we progressed. We were thinking for Rupin Pass earlier but later due to toughness of it I zeroed for Hampta Pass and second time I registered with Trek the Himalayas. Read More

Tryst with Hampta Pass
Posted On: 08/Nov/2016
By: Prateek S Wate

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The climb was getting steeper, my pulse racing faster than a speeding train, the sun scorching hot and yet somehow the wind chill of the high altitude couldn’t go amiss. With each laboured step I looked up to the heaven, as I could almost feel the hearth throbbing in my throat. The backpack weighed heavy with the straps cutting into the shoulders with each step. “Just a few more steps” I egged myself. In a couple of minutes which surely didn’t fly by, I had reached the top. The Fabled Hampta pass. Read More

Posted By: Gaurav Puniya

Trek on site is easy, but everyone feels it’s a moderate track.

Posted By: Fatema Miyajiwala

Very good, would like to trek again with TTH.

Posted By: Sakina Rampura

Great experience, wonderful support. Very cooperative staff members and trek guides.

Posted By: Nisha Mutneja

Loved overall experience. Staff was very supportive.

Posted By: Anand K S

Amazing experience. Excellent support staff and a very motivating and friendly trek leader is Mr. Harinder.

Posted By: Sakina Calcuttawala

Loved the food and the entire TTH crew. Had a great time. Everything was well organized and the guide made sure we were safe.

Posted By: Vishanth Vasavan

My 2nd trek with TTH. I had fun doing Hampta Pass. Will come back for my 3rd trek very soon. Cheers to TTH!! A fun & a happy time & trek.

Posted By: Devika Mestry

It was a great experience with TTH. Looking forward for some more treks to be done with TTH.

Posted By: Tejash Mehta

Very well organized & staff is super cool & friendly.

Posted By: Sejal Ranka

It was an extra-ordinary experience. I would love to come back. Amazing staff and helpers. Would miss every small little thing about the trek. Thank you for everything.