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Sar Pass Circuit Trek

Sar Pass Circuit Trek – The trek of Sar Pass Circuit is a perfect trek for the beginners, During the trek you will experience the different types of terrain such as rocky, muddy or the trails passing through the dense forest. The trek starts from the young village of Himachal Pradesh, Kasol. Kasol itself is a famous destination for the backpackers and the solo travellers from around the globe. People who are young to the heart will always enjoy their experience at Kasol and this trek adds to the thrilling experience of the place.

In the Sar Pass Circuit we will be trekking till Minthatch, the term “Thatch” means meadow. During the trek you can see locals with their cattle coming there to graze. During the winters the area of Minthach is covered under a thick sheet of snow. The north west across the horizon spots the Chanderkhani stretch of mountains. It is a pleasant view during the trek.

The trek of Sar Pass Circuit is commonly done during the winter months, during the suitable time you will have a great time playing with the snow and making your way through the snow. You can take this trek as a weekend exploration also you can indulge into the Kasol culture. Explore the local cusines served at the different cafes. Kasol is situated at an altitude of 5,184 ft in the Parvati valley with the river Parvati running along the side. Kasol is a hub to many tours and treks which is oftenly crowded with adventure lovers and to a spice to their travel they choose to indulge into the other activities offered at Kasol.

The trek of Sar pass circuit is to be enjoyed and make memories with friends or family, level of this trek is a beginner one. You should try this trek in order to enjoy the snow and the games around it.

Grahan Village is stashed in the Parvati Hills in Northern India, and that it’s dedicated to a manner of living that most people have lost touch with. There is no cell coverage in the tiny hamlet, and also no car or motorcycle scurries it along streets.

A magical hamlet, known as Grahan can be found on Sar Pass Circuit Trek. Many claim that Grahan is what Kasol was like before over-tourism showed up, far away from the negative sirens and whirling traffic down below. And it’s a breath of fresh air! Do you want to go on your magical forest adventure?   Though the trek from Kasol to Grahan takes approximately 5 hours in total, don’t be shocked if you discover yourself pausing every few moments for pictures, cascades, or just to take in the landscape. This route is like something out of a fantasy.

Minthatch is a beautiful camping spot on the way to Sar Pass Circuit Trek which you will be visiting on this journey. Since it’s a relatively easy trek, feel comfortable to embark on this journey even if it’s your first trek. This introduction into the world of trekking will give you the confidence needed to add more feathers to your hat. The Sar Pass Circuit Trek awaits your arrival!

The villagers, like all other Pahadi residents, have a tranquil demeanor. Despite the lack of a network in the area, residents have created homestays with minimal amenities in that eccentric setting. In those guesthouses, one can have a very pleasant stay while also having a unique encounter. Alcohol drinking is likewise prohibited by the people. A black-colored tiny bug has been discovered there, and the residents revere it as their native god. Come join us on the enchanting Sar Pass Circuit Trek.


Day 1: Trek to Grahan village.

Altitude: 5,184 ft to 7,700 ft

Trek: 9 km (5-6 hours)

Meals included: Pack Lunch – Dinner

Stay Type: Home Stay

  • The trail starts from entering into the lush pine forests and in a couple of hours in the trek you will reach the Grahan nallah.
  • Post Grahan Nallah the route will continue with steep ascent crossing through the steep rocks & forest of Rhodederon.
  • Few hours more of walking you reach the Grahan village, check in to your home stay. Keep your luggage at the allotted rooms and step out to explore the village.
  • Have your hot dinner at the home stay and retire for the day.

Day 2: Grahan village to Minthatch and back to Grahan village

Altitude: 7,700 ft to 12,450 ft and back to 7,700 ft

Trek: 12 km (7 -8 hours)

Meals included: Breakfast – Pack Lunch – Dinner

Stay Type: Home Stay

  • Wake up to a great morning and enjoy the breakfast with a great view of mountains all around
  • Start early as today you trek to Min Thatch and will be back by evening to the same home stay.
  • Say hello to the locals passing by, experience the different terrains as you move upwards.
  • Few more hours of walking the Min Thatch opens up, locals bring their cattle here to capture each and every moment of the trek, during winters this area is covered under a thick sheet of snow.
  • After enough time at the top, click enough pictures that can be shared with your group. Head back to the grahan village.
  • Retrace your way back to the home stay enjoy the hot meal on your arrival. 

Day 3: Grahan village to Kasol

Altitude: 7,700 ft to 5,184ft

Meal Included: Breakfast

Trek: 9 km ( 5 -6 km)

  • Wake up to fresh morning, have your breakfast, pack everything and descend down to Kasol
  • Revoice your last moments over the trek, with a heavy heart bid bye to the memories of the trek.

The trek ends here.

Things to Carry

1. Shirts / T-shirts –2/3, Jeans / Trekking Pant

2. Windproof jacket of decent quality (no flimsy wind cheaters please!) preferably with a hood

3. Warm and thick Fleece / Full-sleeve Woollensweater

4. Thermal inner wear (upper & lower),Scarf/muffler (optional)

5. Woollen cap, Woollen gloves, Woollen socks & regular socks (3-4 pairs)

6. Comfortable Trekking/Hiking shoes (Waterproof shoes with a thick sole are recommended)

7. Lightweight floaters/sandals/slippers

8. Raincoat / Poncho, Small quick dry towel

9. Water bottle (sturdy ones, no empty Bisleribottles!!)

10. Cap / Hat to keep the strong sun away from your face

11. Sun glasses (polarized/UV Protected), Walking stick / Trekking pole

12. Sunscreen Lotion, Lip Balm, Torch / Flashlight (with extra batteries)

13. Medicines, if requiring any specific medication

14. Personal toiletries

15. Hand Sanitizer

16. Extra face masks

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