Hampta Pass, at a elevation of 14,010 feet is one of the most beautiful trekking opportunities Himachal Pradesh has. Although it has a comparatively moderate level of difficulty, Hampta Pass trek is a fantastic opportunity for amateurs and veterans alike. The stunning scenery and breathtaking views will captivate trekkers. The entire Hampta Pass Trek is filled with beautiful scenery, including dense pinewood forests, lush green meadows and rustling streams. There are also vibrant wildflowers, majestic mountains, tranquil lakes, and serene valleys.
Walking on the Hampta Pass trekking trail will show you how landscapes change in a matter of hours. The trail’s lack of treacherousness is offset by its abundance of natural beauty. You will be astonished at every turn and twist of this trek, which spans 5 days. The trek begins with a drive to Manali, the basecamp for the trek, Jobra. The amazing journey begins on foot from there.
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It seems that the Himalayas are revealing their most secretive places to trekkers at the highest point. It is a rewarding trek that has been hard but worthwhile. The stunning views of the mountains as you glide down into melancholic valleys, and rise into the sky with white snowy peaks, reflect the sun, are breathtaking. The journey is not over. The thrilling experience continues on the descent to Shea Goreu. This is the hardest part of the trek, as it involves a steep downhill climb along narrow, rocky paths.
Lake Chandratal is the last stop on this trek, nestled between the Pirpanjal’s high peaks at 4,250m. A chilling encounter with the mountain stream awaits you before that. You will need to cross a stream near the campsite of Shea Goru in the early morning to reach Chhatru. This is because the currents and water are weak. You can reach Chhatru by a shorter walk, through fields and along rocky paths. Here you will find vehicular access.
Lake Chandratal can be viewed from the road. The time you visit Lake Chandratal will determine how the crescent-shaped, sparkling water mass looks to you. It reflects the blue sky during the day, but it turns dark at night. It turns black when it falls at night. You can also see the local shepherds walking their herds in the lush greens and wildflower-filled areas that surround Lake Chandratal.
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