Sach Pass Trek
Sach Pass Trek
Sach Pass Trek
Sach Pass Trek

Sach Pass Trek

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Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh

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What will you experience


Certified Instructor


High Quality Safety Gear


Wildlife Exploration


Good Physical Fitness


Team Work

About the Activity

Duration 8 days & 7 Nights
Difficulty LevelDifficult
Starting PointDharamshala Bus Stand
End PointManali Bus Stand
Distance60 km

About Sach Pass:

  • The Sar Pass is well-known since it was one of the first routes used by peasants to move from Pangi Valley to Chamba or vice versa. The strenuous walks and breathtaking vistas entice many hikers to explore this region's untamed nature.
  • Numerous hikers and thrill-seekers who come here in pursuit of some of the most breathtaking panoramic views while also satisfying their need for adrenaline have always been mesmerized by the undulating paths of its mesmerizing valleys. 
  • One of Himachal's most gorgeous Treks is the "Sach Pass" or "Sar Pass" journey, which takes you through landscapes brimming with babbling rivers, lush woods, shimmering streams, charming little hamlets, and lovely fruit orchards.

About the Sach Pass trek: 

  • The Sar Pass is well-known since it is one of the earliest routes that the peasants used to travel between Chamba and Pangi Valley or from Pangi Valley to Chamba.
  • Feel the wonderful nougat scent of the bloom as you take in the magnificence of the white waves crashing and plunging below you.
  • The trail ascends from Saturn, but the views of the Pir Panjal range, snow-covered mountains, and hanging glaciers are rewarded at the summit and travel while enjoying a sumptuous lunch break.
  • There are various ascents and descents on the trail, and a rope bridge will assist you to cross the Chandra Bhaga River up ahead.
  • Utilize the excursion to discover a few beautiful high-altitude temples that are hidden.

Package Option


8 Days 7 Nights

15999 per person

8 Days 7 Nights
  • Meals on all Days of Trek
  • English and Hindi speaking Guide
  • Safety Equipments also included
  • Treking Equipments also included
  • Transportation also included
  • Wildlife Exploration
  • Any Personal Expenses
  • Any Travel Expenses
  • Any Damage to Equipments
  • Anything Else than Inclusion

Detailed Itinerary

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Know before you book

  • Take enough time to acclimate at high altitudes because the climatic conditions differ from those in the plains.
  • In the event of catastrophes or natural disasters, the management retains the right to alter the route.
  • Before starting the trek, see a doctor. While trekking, have a first aid kit and some basic drugs.
  • To enjoy a secure journey, pay attention to the instructors and trek leaders.
  • Do not encourage littering at nearby sites or tents as the hike passes through an environmentally friendly area. Littering travellers risk fines.
  • Conservation is valued since water is so valuable.
  • Encouragement of nighttime trekking should only happen if a guide is with you and it is part of the schedule to avoid unplanned catastrophes.
  • Avoid wearing earbuds on the hike; doing so could make you less audible.
  • Maintain the destinations' ecological balance by not utilizing plastic bags.
  • The authorities should be notified in advance if the trek needs to be canceled.
  • It is necessary to abide by the state government's guidelines. Keep your distance from society. The use of masks and frequent hand sanitization is advised.
  • Please present a legitimate ID during check-in.
  • Professional guides are offered to guarantee maximum safety, additional information, and the individualized care required to fully appreciate a journey.
  • After you make a reservation, you will receive the precise location.
  • The trip will be in a neat car with knowledgeable drivers, especially for difficult terrains.
  • The nature of camping is really simple. You shouldn't count on luxury. There might only be a few places where you can get electricity.
  • Mobile and laptop charging stations may or may not be located at a central location on campgrounds.
  • The package does not include any personal costs, goods of a personal nature, meals not specifically listed, etc.
  • Bring dry food and snacks from home (you will save a lot of money). Bring reusable water bottles with you so you can rehydrate.
  • Keep your luggage to a minimum because more luggage means more trouble.
  • For the Sach Pass Trek, it is advised to bring adequate warm clothing and appropriate footwear.
  • The Sach Pass Trek is not advised for children under the age of seven.

Things to Carry

  • Water Bottle
  • Snacks
  • Appropriate Clothing
  • Comfortable Footwear
  • Backpack
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • UA Voucher