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Sach Pass Trek – A Difficult Trek in Himachal Pradesh

8 Days

Sach Pass trek is located in the Pir Panjal range of the Himalayas in the Himachal Pradesh district of Chamba. This steep pass connects the valleys of Lahaul and Pangi with the valleys of Chamba. Sach Pass is well-known since it is one of the oldest routes used by peasants to traverse from Chamba to Pangi Valley or from Pangi Valley to Chamba. Many hikers come to discover its wild beauty because of the adventurous treks and panoramic views.

Only a trained and knowledgeable guide can make the walk memorable. This hike will suit all of these purposes; the party will be mentored and led by a local guide who is well-versed in the region and trekking paths.

Highlights of the Sach Pass Trek

  • Prepare for an 8-day, 7-night trip to Sach Pass, which offers a moderate to strenuous climbing track in Himachal Pradesh’s picturesque range.
  • Throughout your trip, take in the snow-capped peaks of the majestic Himalayan mountain range.
  • Walk through one of the oldest pathways used by people to cross from Chamba to Pangi Valley, making it a favorite trip among others.
  • Enjoy freshly prepared meals while camping in the lush surroundings of the Sach Pass trek’s alpine peaks.
  • Visit old temples, orchards, babbling streams, deep forests, and magnificent green scenery as you progress along the walk.
  • Capture a panoramic perspective of Himachal Pradesh’s magnificent landscapes, peppered with the region’s wild flora and fauna splendor.

Quick facts about the Sach Pass Trek

Group Size: Min 2- Max 18

Weather: Nights are cold and the day temperature is pleasant during the season.

Temperature: Day (10°C to 15°C) (2°C to 5°C)

Available Dates: Send the inquiry to know the upcoming dates.

Difficulty Level: Moderate to Difficult

Total Trekking Sach Pass Trek: 60 K.M

Max-Altitude: 4550 mts/14925ft

When Is the Best Time to Visit Sach Pass Trek?

The pass is open from June-July to mid-October, however, September is the ideal month to visit. Although there is a good likelihood of seeing snow in June, the roads may be in poor shape. July-August is the time of heavy monsoon in the region, with high chances of land slides and cloud-bursts, so start your journey in September and finish before October, when temperatures drop below zero and not a single sign of human existence can be found.


At 9:00 am, the tour will depart from the Dharamshala Bus Stand.

We shall depart from the Dharamshala bus stop in the prearranged vehicle and head toward Chamba.

It is the most western region in Himachal Pradesh, where the Ravi and Chenab rivers meet.

Dinner and accommodation at Chamba Guesthouse.

Breakfast in the morning then departs in a shared vehicle towards Traila.

Enter the Pangi Valley, a lovely location with a diverse dance culture and stunning scenery.

Bhots and Pangwalas predominate in Pangi Valley. Pack a lunch to eat while traveling.

The two main communities in this valley are Bhots and Pangwala. Arrive at the destination and spend the night in the tourist bungalow.

The Guesthouse will be reserved for dinner and accommodation.

The first day of the trek will be today.

After a wholesome breakfast, set off on the Satrundi hike.

By traveling 15 miles on this hiking trail, you can trek past the charming and lovely village of Bhanodi. Between rest stops, have a packed lunch.

You may reach the Satrundi campground by ascending and descending via some trees.

Stay the night at the camps and have dinner there.

After breakfast, we will begin our most crucial day of the trek, crossing Sach Pass (4500 m).

The trail from Satrundi is steep, but the views of the Pir Panjal range, snow-covered mountains, and hanging glaciers are worth the effort. On the way, stop for a delicious lunch.

We'll be passing via Bindarpani's Galviers. Pack lunch for a couple of stops.

Dinner and lodging will be provided at the Camps.

After a hearty breakfast, depart from Bindrabani.

Today we will travel to Killar, which is located at an altitude of 2400 meters in a deep and tight valley of the Chenab River.

The surroundings are lovely and serene.

Set up your campers here and call it a day.

Dinner and lodging will be provided at the Camps.

Get in Purthi's direction.

The 24-kilometer walk that must be completed today will take 6 to 7 hours.

Amazing Purthi, on the right bank of Chandra Bhaga, is known for its forest nurseries and a rest house.

During some of the stops along the road, eat the packed lunch.

Arrive in Purthi, set up your tents, and spend the night there.

The camps will have arrangements for dinner and lodging.

After breakfast, we'll head to Raoli.

The 14 km trail between Purthi and Raoli can be completed in 5 to 6 hours.

There are various ascents and descents on the trail, and a rope bridge will assist you to cross the Chandra Bhaga River up ahead. Some halts will include the serving of a packed lunch.

After arriving in Raoli, spend the night in tents.

We'll offer dinner in the camps.

The trip will finally conclude.

Have the final breakfast with your fellow group members.

We will leave towards Manali and the drop will be done at the Bus Stand.

Share amazing experiences laughs and other stories with each other. We will be crossing Keylong as well on the way to Manali.

Reach Manali Bus Stand (6:00 PM) and end the Sach Pass trekking experience

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

Sach Pass Trek – A Difficult Trek in Himachal Pradesh