Sar Pass Trek

Sar Pass Trek

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In the Kullu Region, the Sar Pass is an old favourite of trekkers. Regardless of previous experience, the trek is recommended for those adventure souls who enjoy snow and high mountains. Sar pass trek begins in Kasol and takes you through dense pine forests, stunning alpine meadows, quaint villages, snow-capped mountains, and some of the most spectacular scenery, making it one of the best beginner treks. The Sar Pass trek gets its name from a small frozen lake (Sar in local dialect) that you will pass by on one of the trek's days. The trek is 48 kilometres long in total. The view from the pass, which is close to 14000 feet, is of the magnificent Parvati Valley mountains. The journey has been a blessing. On Day 2, you trek to Grahan village, crossing the Grahan Nallah and moving over the rocky and steep route, which begins with dense woods and ends with complete whiteout. You walk over the snow on an ascending path to move from the lush green forest to a less lush and white setting. During the trek, you can also pass through many small meadows known locally as Thatch, including the Min - Thatch and the Biskeri - Thatch, which are mostly occupied by villagers grazing their livestock and doing their daily chores.
Explore the various cafes' offerings of regional cuisines. The river Parvati runs through Kasol, which is located at an altitude of 5,184 feet in the Parvati valley. Explore the various cafes' offerings of regional cuisines. Kasol is located in the Parvati valley at an elevation of 5,184 feet, with the river Parvati flowing alongside it. Kasol is the starting point for many tours and treks, and it is often crowded with adventure seekers who want to spice up their trip by participating in the other activities available in Kasol.

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