Hampta Pass trek is giving each adventure lover an option to discover the unique landscape on the Manali side in Himachal Pradesh. From the top, you will witness the magnificent view of a different world below, the beautiful yet deserted Lahaul. The panoramic sweep of the valley from the summit will be a sight that will not leave you forever.
Reach Manali, drive to Jobra take an easy trek to Chika campsite and walk along with River Rani who introduces the surroundings of big rocky hills in absolute splendor. Stay in dome tents.
Start for the 8 hr trek from Balu ka Gera and pass through the valley. Meet the shepherds and stepover Hamta village. Stay there all night.
Walkthrough Pir Panjal ranges of the inner Himalayan circle appear ahead of you. This dominating landscape trails along with you all through Spiti till you arrive at the base camp at Chatru.
Drive back to Hampta Valley and your adventure comes to an end.
The difficulty level of Hampta Pass trek is Moderate.
Hampta Pass trek is one that can be done any time regardless of the season. Still the most suitable to enjoy each moment of the trek are the months from June to September. During this time, the temperature level will be in an average of 13 to 18 degree Celsius during day time and it drops to a low of 0 degree Celsius at night. In September, the temperature drops down ever more. June has a special place in Hampta Pass trekkers’ mind and the reason behind it is the snow. So, a lot of adventure lovers have pointed out that mid June can be considered as the best time to do a thrilling trek to Hampta Pass
To reach the Hampta pass, you would first need to reach the base camp of the trek. You can drive or take a cab from Manali to Jobra, which is the base of Hampta Pass trek. It is about 18 Km away and will take around 2 hours to reach. After that, you can start your 2-day trek till the Hampta Pass. You will be walking and hiking for a total of 35 Km to the pristine valleys.
Yes, the Hampta pass trek is a safe trek as no accidents are reported till now. Apart from this, there are slight rains that make trekking a little difficult but is doable. In the winter months, the trek is not safe as it is covered with deep snow and the routes are all blocked. Also, this is a safe trek for solo travelers as the routes are well-defined and you need not worry about avalanches or any other harm from the wildlife
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Just Amazing. Each day a new landscape. We went in September 1st week and luckily we got rain only on the first day and rest the weather was absolutely amazing. This trek being very famous is very well organised, with food and tents all good quality. Also loved the sleeping bags they provided, they are really warm and you won’t feel a thing once inside