Hamta Pass Trek

hampta pass trek

 Travel Itinerary Tips Hamta Pass Trekking: Hamta Pass (14,100 ft) connects Howl and Kuru Valley with attention near Manali (6,726 ft) in Himachal Pradesh. Trekking is full of natural strokes, forests, grasslands, desert areas, and rough slippery terrain, going up and down along the river! Some basics of this “don’t miss” trek are listed here.

 Himachal was Trekker’s first love through all the intimate routes covering the exciting surroundings! Life outside the mountains and fields is interesting and crude, a drug for all travelers to an important trip. Guided by the desire to overcome fear and dizziness, people live down the road to tell the story of a wonderful journey. The Hampta Pass is one of Himachal’s destinations, making it a paradise for all adventure trekking.


 Hamta Pass trek is located on the Himalayan Pir Panjal Mountains at an altitude of 4270 m (14039 ft). This is a small passage between the Himachal Pradesh state valley in Lahore’s Chandra Valley and the Honey Valley in India. As part of the trek, the nomenclature comes from the village of Hamuta below the village of Setan. During Lahore’s dry, cold desert barren summers, lower Himalayan shepherds are often used on this route. Its origin is the highland grasslands.

 Trek Level: This is an easy intermediate-level trek, so I recommend it for experienced trekkers. Had to do 2-3 treks, negotiate an altitude of about 9850 feet.

 Guide: The Hump Tapas Track requires experienced guides and groups of people on unpredictable, climate-changing, and challenging lands. So, even if you repeat this ride regularly, you should do it with a pro operator.

 Meeting Hours: June to October. Due to the high elevation, the climate is cold all year round. Not only is snow and temperatures below zero degrees, but unstable weather is also a problem. The chances of hiking in the same place increase as summer reduce the amount of snow possible at this level.

 Physical Preparation: Anyone over the age of 14 can walk the Hangputa Pass. But you need to be prepared. Continuing to move from the highlands to less oxygen requires almost twice the heart. Adds a 10-12kg rear pack to the river as well as the steep slopes up and down. Therefore, you should build your stamina, leg and lower back resistance, flexibility, and balance for at least a month before heading to the highlands.

Important for preparation

 Practice for 1 hour every day. Build on it with a 5-minute jog starting with no breaks. 3 Add the 8-10 squat set. Use as many steps as possible for a 10-12 kg backpack (for 15 kg). Before leaving the hike in the plains, you need to walk 10km for about 90 minutes and jog 4.5km for 25 minutes. You can walk 6-7 hours a day with a

 10-12Kg backpack. Regularly perform sufficient detention and shoulder movements to prevent muscle and joint pain.

 Food: Food from trekking in northern India. Lunch and lunch are light. breakfast and dinner. I’m eating fast. Allow your body to acclimatize during this type of eating cycle for a month.

`Just` Carry Essentials: 50-60 liter backpacks, torches, sunglasses, hiking, and floating shoes, water bottles, first aid, and medical kits need to rain when stored in a cane.

 T-shirt, fleece T-shirt, high temperature, waterproof jacket and sweatshirt, sun and wool cap, waterproof and wool gloves, cotton, wood socket, neck gogomi tomyung, and wool socks. Cleaning includes a trekking jacket and sleeves. Toiletries include concentrated sunscreen and lip balm, toilet paper and wet wipes, hand disinfectants, anti-bacteria powder, toothpaste and toothpaste, and quick-drying towels. The Route: 5-6 days trekking. This is the root. Take Manali to Jobura on the 1st and start a walk. Hiking in Chica. – Hiking in Chikae. Balu Kagera Day 2 destination. The third day is Shiagoru via the Hangputa Pass. Day 4 travels between Chandra Thar from Chatoru Base Camp (weather and side roads permitting). Reach the 5th day of Manali. Day 5.

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