Kasol is the starting point of Sar Pass Trek
In the local dialect, Lake is called “Sar” on this trek you will pass by a glacial lake named “Sar” and this pass is at an elevation of 13,800 feet. It is in Parvati valley of Himachal Pradesh and the trek starts from Kasol which is a famous tourist destination.
A Great Trek to Start in the Himalayas
On this trek, experience varied trails, explore the quaint Himalayan villages en route, undulating meadows, and forests with a different type of trees with wealthy Fauna. It is a great trek to start in the Himalayas the level varies from easy to moderate.
Extreme beauty In Sar Pass Trek
The beauty here is in abundance, here is tranquility and adventure both. Trek starts from Kasol and goes through thick forests to the Himalayan village Grahan. Capture the amusing views of Chanderkhani and Parvati valley.
ATM Point and Mobile Connectivity
ATM POINT – Kasol is the last ATM point.
Mobile Connectivity – Your device will receive signals at Kasol but the signal strength is intermittent so finish all your important work and calls before starting the trek.
About Sar Pass Trek
- Sar Pass is at an elevation of 13,800 feet.
- On this trek, you will pass by a glacial lake named “Sar”.
- It lies in the Parvati valley of Himachal Pradesh.
- The trek starts from Kasol which is a famous tourist destination.
Highlights of this Trek
It is a great trek to Start in the Himalayas, on this trek you will pass through Himalayan villages rich in culture. The beauty here is in abundance. Capture the amusing views of Chanderkhani and Parvati valley.
Duration – 5 days (Kasol to Kasol)
Best Season – May to Oct
Level – Easy to Moderate
Highest Points – (13800 feet)
Weather – Nights are cold and day temperature is pleasant during the season.
Summer Temperature – (5°C to 12°C)
Starting Point – Kasol
Altitude Covered Per Day
- Grahan village (2355 m)
- Min Thach (3433 m)
- Nagaru Thach (3812 m)
- Sar Pass (4211 m)
These points should not be avoided
1. Proper conditioning and training of body required
2. Proper gear and clothing for sub-zero temperatures
3. Sturdy hiking shoes are important
4. High altitude requires proper acclimatization
5. Intermittent or no signals
6. Carry travel light
7. Weather is unpredicted so the itinerary is flexible