Hampta Pass – A Beautiful Trek in Manali
Hi everyone so today I am going to share my experience about my recent trip to Hampta Pass Trek 🏔
🔸How to Reach📍:Hampta pass is a 28km trek start’s from Jobra Village near to Manali.
🔸Delhi to Manali 🚌- 14 hrs journey -Volvo service is very good for travelling to Manali and easily available.
🔸Manali to Jobra🚕- Private Cab can be booked.
One of the most beautiful trek I have done till now, I had completed this trek in 4 days and all those 4 days were full of adventure. I did this trek in July first week 2021, this month is warmer month so in day time t-shirt or top is fine for trekking except the summit day and until it is not raining however evenings are very cold. Keep the clothes which can cover your body otherwise you will be tanned like anything. Don’t forget to carry a good sunscreen and apply good amount on your skin.
🔸Waterproof trekking shoes are must as during the trek you need to cross many small streams -you can take on rent also,As the trek is easy to moderate so it might be very difficult for first timer because on snow your body get tired very easily, It’s slippery and sometimes it difficult to make balance.
🔸Essential⚠️: waterproof gloves,waterproof trekking shoes,pair of socks, poncho, woolen cap, Hat, Electoral,Torch, sunscreen,digestion pills, a small backpack to carry packed lunch,snacks,small water bottle and jacket.
🔸Joining a group👥: Trek is very adventurous and same time very tiring.If you are booking through a Travel Company please go for a better one and also confirm about the necessary trekking equipment(Crampons , hiking pole, Gaiters). A good trekking will provide all the equipment’s required for snow trekking and river crossing and their leaders will also be very professional.
Solo👤: If you are planning solo you can get help from other group leaders but It’s better to take a local guide then you will have more chances to complete the trek. Equipment can be taken on rent from Manali.
🔸Extra luggage Backpack:🎒 Charges will be Rs.300-400 per day and it’s worth it if you really want to enjoy your trip.
Travel Tale by Shweta Rathore ( @notes_from_the_road_____ )