Sar Pass Trek

Highest Altitude

Good Time

Difficulty Level






Sar Pass is a moderately challenging trek in the Parvati Valley of Himachal Pradesh. Situated at an altitude of 4270m, it can be considered as a great introduction to high altitude trekking. Sar, in local dialect means lake. While trekking, across the path from Tila Lotni to Biskeri Ridge, one has to pass by a small, (normally) frozen lake (Sar) and hence the name Sar Pass Trek. Being in Kanawar Wildlife Sanctuary, it’s paradise for birdwatcher.


Touchbase : Kasol

Approach :

By Air – Nearest airport – Bhuntar

By Road – Delhi > Bhuntar > Kasol

Reach Touchbase one day prior to the day your trek starts.

Stay is prearranged. *

Spend the day by acclimatizing, Exploring or just relax. We’ll have an orientation meeting in the evening. Where you will meet with our Guide, Group leader and other members of group.

Drive next morning to the trailhead, Old Kasol. Transportation is prearranged. *

Day 01

Grahan (2350m)

A 10 km trek along beautiful grahan nala to reach Grahan. A calm and serene village amidst the mighty mountains. It is a self-contained religious village of sixty families. The village is wine free. Camping beyond the village premises is allowed.

Day 02

Ming Thach (3400m)

The next halt is at Ming Thatch, a 7km trek from Grahan Village. The trek becomes more challenging as it involves an abrupt and steep gradient. Ming thatch is a place that creates picture perfect memories in the trekkers’ minds, making people fall in love with its placid splendor.

Day 03

Nagaru (3800m)

Next up, you reach Nagaru, high amoung clouds and winds, at 3800m. It is a short trek from Ming Thatch of 5 km taking about 4 hours. Nagaru is located beyond the tree line from where one can see the spellbinding colors of the horizon, especially at sunset.

Day 04

Over Sar Pass (4270m) to Bishkeri Thach (3352m)

From Nagaru, climbing slowly you reach Tilotan Top, the highest point of the trail at 4270m. It is generally covered in snow with frequent snowfalls even during May. After a long descend, you arrive at Bishkeri Thatch at 3352m.

Day 05

Pulga (2400m)

Finally descend to Pulga, an easy descend from Bishkeri thatch taking 4-5 hours. Though easy, it gets quite slippery sometime and thus needs more control over the lower body. The trail up to Pulga has a lot of sub trails reaching other villages or farming lands so always be in a group and do not proceed if lost.

Trek ends here.

You can Stay in Pulga as there are some good guest houses in this beautiful Himalayan Village. Tosh, Kalga, Manikaran, Kasol are other close on road destinations can be reached.



12,500/- INR