A wholesome experience in the chilly lap of Himachal, the Hampta pass trek has a lot to offer. The excellence of the Hampta Pass trekking route lies in its diversity. With the lush, sprawling green valleys of Kullu, the untouched, serene charm of the Lahaul valley and the magnificent Chandratal lake all wrapped together in one package, there is something for every trekker’s specific personal preferences. If you’re looking for a dynamic phenomenon with a different view and a different trail each day, this is the trek for you. Hampta Pass’ altitude, while embarking on the trek, is 14,000 feet, making it an easy to moderate trekking experience peppered with a constant state of excitement and freshness with every new morning of this five-day long experience.
The diverse ever-changing terrain of the trek to Hampta Pass also makes for a very adventure-intensive ride. Hampta Pass’ starting point is Manali, which is a lovely town to catch up with a group of friends with, and clubbed with the trek, one can spend a wonderful week-long getaway from home, with a painting-like scenery to dive into.
Hampta Pass’ highest point lends the view of the massive, isolated dry valleys below, with its rocky trails and patches of green. After this week of gentle slopes, a coarse terrain that challenges you and gets the adrenaline going, and the final reward – the Chandratal, a lake that embodies the simple, subtle beauty and serenity of Himachal, you will find yourself sufficiently rejuvenated and fresh. If you’re looking for an adventure that encompasses multiple kinds of experiences in one, the Hampta Pass trek awaits you!
At an elevation of 4,270 meters, the sturdy mountain of Hampta Pass is a formidable mountain with its home in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas. It is deemed one of the most convenient and all-encompassing treks that Himachal has to offer. The starting point of the Hampta Pass trek in Manali. The distance from Delhi to Manali is 531 km, which can be covered by taking a train to Ambala Cantt, and then taking a bus from there to Manali. In order to cross Hampta Pass, trekkers will find themselves crossing many other magnificent places of Himachal, like Jobra, Chika, Balu ka Ghera, Siagoru, and Chhatru to name the basic route. With numerous variations in the trail, the Hampta Pass trek is powerfully packed with some of the most scenic places that Himachal has to offer. Hampta Pass’ weather is also delightful for most of the suggested trekking period, i.e. late May to October, and adds volumes of thrill to the uphill trudge. The weather is not too cold or too warm during this time. The temperature in Hampta Pass does not go beyond -5 degrees. At the same time, your desire for witnessing the snow-capped Himalayan mountains is not compromised upon. It is only during the monsoon season that trekking to Hampta Pass is not advisable.
There is a diverse range of flora to be witnessed all through the trekking period, making it quite a treat for botany enthusiasts and photographers. The journey is composed of an average of five hours of trekking each day, making it moderately challenging but incredibly enthusiasm-inducing.
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