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Hamta Pass lies at an altitude of 4270 m (14009 ft) on the Pir Panjal range in the Himalayas. It is a small corridor between Lahaul and Kullu valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. Hamta Village is located below Sethan village and from there it got its name Hamta Pass.

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Overview

Hamta Pass lies at an altitude of 4270 m (14009 ft) on the Pir Panjal range in the Himalayas. It is a small corridor between Lahaul and Kullu valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. Hamta Village is located below Sethan village and from there it got its name Hamta Pass. This pass is frequently used by shepherds of lower Himalayan region, seeking for high altitude grassland in the dry cold desert of Lahaul during summer time. Numbers of wild flowers and herbs grow at the altitude between 3000 to 3800 m. Vertical rock walls, water falls, hanging glaciers, tiny lakes, peaks rising above 6000 m are main characteristics of this trek. People need a proper guide to cross certain glaciers. It is not a very difficult trek and good for beginners.[1] From Hamta pass one can extend their journey towards the beautiful Chandratal. A high altitude glacial lake of immense beauty in which people of Spiti have reverent faith.

Inclusions

  • • Transportation from Chattru to Manali.
  • • Tent accommodation, sleeping bags, Carry mat.
  • • Guide, Cook, Helper.
  • • All meal(Breakfast, Pack lunch, Dinner, Tea/snacks).
  • • Hotel Stay (on demand).
  • • Pony/ Porter, First aid medical kit.

Exclusions

  • • Your Insurance, Air Tickets, Bus/Taxi till Manali /Starting point.
  • • Personal Expanse, hotel stay.• Any adventure activities.

  • What To Bring :- Good shoes, Warm Cloths, Rain Proof jacket, Two extra pairs of Cloths, Personal Medicine, Torch Light, Small knife, Camera(Optional), Sun Screen Lotion, Sun Glass, Small bag Day sack.
    Note: - All Programs are subject to change due to Political reason, Natural Calamities, Serious Sickness, and special Reasons.

Itinerary

Day 01 : MANALI (2050 Mts.)

Arrive Manali and meet our representative and check in the hotel. Take a small tour (on your own), mainly for acclimatization.

Day 02 : MANALI – SETTAN – JOBRI NALA – UCHUNG BIHADI/CHIKKA (3100 Mts. 4 Hrs.)

Today morning after breakfast, we trek the steepest part of the trail prior used to take around 2 – 3 hours. Presently, in any case, there is a street, which goes up to the Jobri nala, where the headwaters of the recently made AD hydro power task are found. It goes through apple plantations and woods of blue pine, cedar, oak, fir and chestnut. The towns that the trail goes through – Chhalet, Hampta and Ghoratbari – have an intriguing legend. They are accepted by local people to lie on the door to paradise (which a nearby crest "Inderquilla" is thought to be). It is trusted that when individuals kick the bucket, their souls need to pass these towns. It is said that individuals here hear hints of crying if the spirit is sentenced to hellfire and hints of a trumpet, on the off chance that it is rising to paradise. Trek through elevated glades and woods of Spruce, Chestnut and Birch to reach campground at Uchung Bihadi. (Overnight camp at Uchung Bihadi).

Day 03 : UCHUNG BIHADI/CHIKKA – BHALU KA GHERA (3530 Mts. 4/5 Hrs.)

The way to Bhalu Ka Ghera is through Chhika. The trek goes through some fantastic scene simply beneath the Hamta Pass. The amazing magnificence of prompt surroundings, the proximity of the Tokru-Shakru tops, the great shading of the stones and mountainside, all make this one the best campgrounds on the course. Chikka likewise has the stream, Alain Nullah, which has its nose in the Hamta Pass. The trail now starts to rise towards Hamta Pass and reaches 'BhaluKa Ghera', which in the neighborhood tongue signifies 'Bears lair.' Himalayan Brown Bear sightings can happen here, if one is uncommonly fortunate. Overnight at Camp.

Day 04 : BHALU KA GHERA – HAMPTA PASS (4270m) – SHEA GHORU (4000 Mts. 6/7 Hrs.)

Today morning after breakfast we trek further, from here a lofty climb takes one up to the Hampta Jot. From this beautiful pass, which has customarily been utilized by shepherds to traverse to the Lahaul valley from the Kullu valley, a glorious scene of mountain crests opens up. One can have close perspectives of the Deo Tibba and Indrasan tops from the pass. Additionally noticeable from here, is an endless swathe of the tough tops of Lahaul rising level upon level. Subsequent to investing some energy at the pass, a precarious plunge and a stream crossing conveys one to the campground at Shelaa Ghoru, thought to be one of the coldest spots on the course. Overnight camp at Shea Ghoru.

Day 05 : SHEA GHORU – (Trek) CHATTRU (2050 Mts. 3/4 Hrs.)

After an early breakfast, it is a restful trek down to the street head at Chattru, in the Chandra valley. A stream intersection is included amid this plummet and the stream must be arranged with consideration, if the water level is high. Chattru is a little settlement situated on the banks of the thundering Chandra stream and is populated by a couple of tented Dhabas, which supply refreshments and cabin to explorers from Manali to Spiti. Today we explore the beautiful Chandratal lake and return back to Chattru for camp stay.

Day 06 : CHATTRU – (Drive) MANALI (2050 Mts. 3/4 Hrs.)

After an early breakfast, it is a restful trek down to the street head at Chattru, in the Chandra valley. A stream intersection is included amid this plummet and the stream must be arranged with consideration, if the water level is high. Chattru is a little settlement situated on the banks of the thundering Chandra stream and is populated by a couple of tented Dhabas, which supply refreshments and cabin to explorers from Manali to Spiti. We board our vehicles for the drive up to Manali.
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