Welcome, all Adventure Seekers!!! AdventureTravelTrip.com welcomes all adventure seekers to join us on a Hamta Pass Trek to add it to your memories for the rest of your life.
Want to refresh your senses but not exactly planning for a long Trekking Trip in Kullu Manali because you can’t spare 10-15 days from your hectic schedule so, that’s why Into Wild Himalaya offers a specially designed tour package for those who loves and wants to do Trekking in Kullu Manali region for a short span of time. The trip will start from Jagatsukh which is the erstwhile capital of Kullu.
Here are some old and famous temples devoted to Lord Shiva and to Sandhya Gayatri. In this tour group, members will trek across different Himalayan mountains streams and forests.
About Hamta Pass Trek:
Hamta Pass Trek is a semi-pro trek, which is good for persons of all age groups to travel in the Himalayan mountains. Because of its simple and safe terrain, it is famous among first-time trekkers to join this trek. For more information about the trek, one can follow and read the blog. Hamta Pass Trek Testimony.
Important Highlights of the Hamta Pass trek:
- Maximum altitude of approx 13000 ft above sea level. (Not too many hazards for asthma and heart patients)
- Minute trekking of 5-6 hrs per day.
- Mostly trekking on green lands where oxygen will purify your body at a good rate.
- Availablity of Natural Water Sources throughout the trek.
- Swiss Camps on Double/Tripple sharing accommodation.
- Many solo travelers and trekkers including girls prefer the hamta pass trek.
Arrival in Manali, All the participants will be checked in to Basecamp at Kalath (Manali). Introduction to the leaders. The first day will be focused on about teaching the participants to pitch a tent, backpacking. Overnight will be in the Camp.
After having the breakfast we will start our trek through the apple orchard and will walk to Jagatsukh to Tilgan (2430 m) 5 to 6-hour trek.
We begin with Jagatsukh, which is one of the biggest villages in the Kullu Valley. From here it goes very steep up through the village until we achieve a wooden sanctuary in the woods. From here it still goes constantly up, however now through the shadows of pine trees. Later we will have fantastic perspectives of Manali. Our Campsite is arranged in a green zone encompassed by enormous rocks and some water streams. Overnight will be in the camp.
Today’s trek is slower. We need to cross a waterway. Later we trek through timberland. The most recent hour of the trek goes up once more. We will pass a brief settlement of agriculturists, who are staying here amid the late spring period with their cows. Our camping area of this day guarantees stunning perspectives of the encompassing Himalayan Mountains. What’s more is the most astounding purpose of this trek.
Today climb is somewhat shorter, so we have enough time to recoup from the two earlier days and can find the mountain world without anyone else. It goes down first. Here we have two crosses a waterway two times. While the first occasion when it is on a legitimate scaffold, the second time is somewhat more leaving. The scene is smooth with vivid blooms all around. Our campground is arranged toward the end of the valley beside a stream. From here the Trek to the Hamta Passes persistent.
After yesterday a trek was short we have a more drawn out climb today. For one hour we stroll back a piece of yesterdays trek through the Valley. Group members will cross a water dam. At that point, it goes ceaselessly down till we came to the village Vashisht inverse from Old Manali. This Village offers us a hot sulfur spring and the likelihood of washing up after our four days trek.
Today morning after having breakfast we will be leaving in the Bus to onward destination.
- A Mountaineering Qualified Leader
- Team: A cook, Helpers, A Horseman
- All Equipment: Tents, Sleeping Bags, Mattresses, Kitchen Tent, Dining Tent, Kitchen Utensils.
- All Food: Breakfast, Lunch, Tea/snacks, Soup, Dinner.
- Horses to Carry the Equipment.
- First Aid Kit and Oxygen Canister for in case of Emergency.
- Any Food or item bought outside the package.
- Any form of insurance
- Personal Medical kit/toilet kit/items of personal use like sticks, cloths, etc.
- Another sum that is not mentioned