Bhubhu Pass

Bhubhu Pass Himachal Pradesh

The Bhubhu Pass (2,900 meters) is an antiquated trail associating the Chuhar Valley (Mandi) to the Lagh Valley (Kullu) in the condition of Himachal Pradesh. The trek is a restoring one, through a thick woodland on one side and rough territory on the other. Furthermore, in the event that you happen to be one of those brave drifters, you can simply proceed with your stroll over the Himri Pass from lagh Valley over to the Manali town. In spite of the fact that these passes are not on the vital pivot of the Dhauladhars, they give all the vibe and rush of the Dhauladhars.

Trek Facts

Elevation: 2,900 meters (9,280 feet approx.)

Trail Type: Moderate Trail. Steep inclination amid the last one kilometer from both sides. Steep slant towards Lagg Valley. Few trail marks towards Lagg Valley. Stay choices accessible at Devgarh, Dharmed, Hurang Village, and Silh FRH.

Rail head: Pathankot is the closest rail-head (175 km approx.).

Street head: Busses are accessible from Jogindernagar/Palampur/Mandi transport stand. Transports going towards Barot from J’Nagar/Mandi drop you at Tikken Bridge and the trek begins from that point.

Day 1: Tikken Bridge to Silh-Budhani FRH – 10-12 km by walking, 5km by transport/taxi – 8-10 hours

Day 2: FRH to Hurang to Lagg Valley – 15-16 km – 8-10 hours

Best Season: Early May to July to late September.

The most effective method to do this Trek:

Aides and Porters: Guides/Porters accessible at Barot.

Most extreme Elevation: 2900 meter – Bhubhu Pass Top

Climate: Moderately cool climate. Precipitation very likely. Should snow amid April or September.

Licenses: No grants to be acquired. Just police enlistment to be done at Tindi Police Post for Non-Himachali’s.