The Sar pass trek, offering an absolute escapade, is recommended for beginners and moderate level trekkers.It routes through a series of scenic meadows and forests coupled with steep rocky terrain and long snow patches. The trek also tests one’s mental endurance. Trek route originates from Kasol to Grahan to Mung Thach to Nagaru to Biskeri to Barshaini.

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WEAR Comfortable warm clothing, trekking shoes, gloves, warm jacket, raincoat and sunscreen.
Charging facility at 2 higher camp. Meals Rucksack
Professional Guide Accommodation Trekking sticks
Camping charges Forest Permit Gaiters
HAPO Bag  Tents and Sleeping Bag GST 5%
Bottled water Personal Expense  Personal Porter Charges
Travel Cost of emergency

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Day 1

Reporting at Kasol camp.

 Check in to camp stay at Kasol. All the participants will undergo through registration procedure after breakfast and freshening up. Post lunch acclimatization walk to Chalal village. Orientation will be given in the evening.
Day 2

Trek to Grahan village ( 6-7 hours)

he trek starts from the centre of Kasol and keeps to the true left of the Grahan nalah. The trail is easy and frequently used by locals. The trail goes through lovely pine forests. The ascend is gentle and easy. One can effortlessly cover much distance in a couple of hours. After Grahan nalah the trail becomes rocky and climbing uphill, away from the right bank of the river. Buras (Rhododendrons) grows in the forest here. After a steep climb of about an hour, one reaches the village of Grahan, situated at the top. Overnight stay in tents at Grahan.
Day 3

Grahan to Mung Thach ( 4-5 hours)

In the morning we climb towards the north of camping ground at Grahan. Villagers can be seen using this path for Min Thach. After walking for a while, one can see Mung Thach, Nagaru, and Sar Top on the mountain to the right. The trail also becomes steeper and leads into the woods. The slope becomes steeper and the path is confusing in some places. After crossing the forest we arrive to Mung Thach. Overnight in tents at Mung Thach.

Day 4

Mung Thach to Nagaru (4-6 hours)

Trek from Mung Thach to Nagaru is a short but difficult part. The slope falls steeply to the valley. After crossing steep slope for a couple of hours, one finally reaches Nagaru campsite. Facing north, one can see magnificent mountains across the Parvati valley. Night is very cold due to the chilling wind. It is advisable to sleep early to avoid cold and the next day involves an early start.
Day 5

Nagaru to Biskeri Thach via Sar Pass ( 6-8 hours)

Next day we have to make an early start, as the climb is steep through the snow. Sar pass and the elevated peaks of the Tosh valley are now visible.
As one reaches the top, the view is exhilarating. After that the slide is the most fun and completely safe as long as some precautions are taken. The slide takes one as far as a kilometre to a gentler slope of the valley. Valley arrives after walking for an hour from Sar Pass. We will then continue the trek through some dense rhododendron bushes  towards Biskeri Thach campsite. Overnight stay in tents at Biskeri Thach.

Day 6

Biskeri Thach to Kasol ( 4-5 hours)

Biskeri presents a sublime view of the pine forests, the majestic mountains and the lovely grasslands. From Biskeri we will descend towards Pulga village. The descend is easy and takes around 4-5 hours to reach Pulga. From Pulga we will continue to descend to cross Parvati river and then climb to reach village Barshaini. Jeep ride to Kasol base camp


One has to pay through our website only.
A form page will appear where one needs to fill in all the personal details of the person on whose name the booking is being done. Select the payment method (credit card/debit card/net banking) and make the payment.

50% advance you have to pay while the time of booking and rest 50% when you arrive in Kasol.

If for any reason one wishes to cancel his/her trek, an email intimation needs to be sent to kailashrathtreks@gmail.com Cancellation requests will not be taken over a phone call. However, one can phone to check whether the cancellation has been processed.
The cancellation charges are as under:
·        Cancellation before 10 days – Rs 2000 + ( Bus cancellation charges)
·        Cancellation within 10 days – NO REFUND

What should I wear during trek ?
Full sleeves quick dry t-shirts and full trousers are recommended during the trek. A cap, sunglass and water proof jackets are optional as par the weather.

What kind temperature we will experience?
During the daytime temperature is within 15 to 20 degree Celsius while in night it drops to 0 to 5 degree Celsius.

How is the food?
Kailashrath Treks offers a healthy and nutritious vegetarian diet which is recommended for high altitude treks. Jain food will also be available. Breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner is included in the package.

What kind of tents we will get to stay ?
Participants will get either dome tent or alpine tent on three/four sharing basis.

Are there separate tents for boys and girls ?
Yes, there are separate tents for boys and girls.

What about charging facility during the trek ?
During the trek there won’t be any charging facility available.

Do I need to bring any trekking gear along with ?
Gears like tents, sleeping bags, sleeping mats, plate, mug, rucksack will be provide by us. Personal clothing, trekking shoes and trekking pole have to be brought by participants. However, trekking poles are not that compulsory for the trek.

What do i need to carry during the trek ?
Check “Things to Carry” list.

Is rucksack compulsory ?
Yes, rucksack is compulsory for the trek. One can get it issued at base camp for no extra charges.

Will there be any facility available to deposit extra luggage ?
Yes, you can deposit extra luggage at the base camp. It’ll be safe and secure.

Is it required to bring any ID proof during the trek ?
Yes, ID proof is essential for the trek. Only Aadhar card/ Voter ID Card/ Driving License/Passport will be accepted.

Is Medical Certificate essential ?
Yes, medical certificate is essential for the trek. On Day 1, all participants have to submit their Medical certificate and NOC to the head guide during Orientation.

Are we going to get network during the trek ?
You get network at few places like Nagaru and Biskeri Thach during the trek.

What are the risks involved in the trek ?
Sar Pass is a moderate level trek and there are very limited/no risk scenarios involved in the trek. Total safety assurance of all participants is taken care by Kailashrath Treks, only if participants are following all the instructions given by guides.

What are the safety measures taken ?
Guides who accompany the group members are certified from government mountaineering institutes and are expert in handling scenarios like medical issues or physical injuries. A first aid medical kit and rescue kit is always available with the guide.

Do i need to carry any first aid along with me ?
The guides carry a first aid medical kit, oxygen cylinder and all high altitude mountain medicines required for the trek. If there is any personal medication, make sure that you are carrying medicines for it and the guide should be aware of it.

What kind of toilet facilities is available during the trek ?
On the trek toilet tents will be pitched separately for boys and girls.

What about drinking water during the trek and at campsites ?
Natural water sources like stream are used for drinking at campsites. It is very safe to drink the water.

Can i carry my DSLR ?
Yes, one can carry DSLR camera provided you take care of it against snow, rain and shock.

Is trekking shoes compulsory ?
Yes, trekking shoes are compulsory. A good trekking shoe should have an ankle support, good grip and water proof. In case if you are buying a new pair of shoes, make sure you are using it at least 15 days prior to the event.

Is liquor allowed in the trek ?
No, liquor is strictly prohibited in the trek. Strict disciplinary actions will be taken if anyone is found with the possession of alcohol.

Is smoking allowed in the trek ?
No, smoking is not allowed during the trek.

How is the level of the trek ?
The level of trek is moderate. The trek demands both physical stamina and mental endurance. On who is participating should do few cardio work outs one month prior to the event.

How should i prepare myself for the trek ?
One should do cardio related exercise like running, swimming or cycling for at least 40 minutes for 25 days prior to the event.

Is it recommended for the first timers ?
Yes, the trek is recommended for the first timers also.

What is the end point of trek ?
The trek will end at Barshaini. Transportation will be provided till Delhi. Arrival will happen at Delhi by 9 AM on 8th Day..

What is the best time for the trek ?
The best time for the trek is from April to June. From April to June one can find long snow stretches after Nagaru and slides while descending from Sar Pass.

Are we going to get snow in the trek ?
Yes, the trek from Nagaru to Biskeri Thach is entirely covered with snow.