CHOBIA PASS TREK

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Duration – 7 / 6 Price -
  • DAY 1 Reception & Welcome at Bharmour
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    Bharmour, once known as Brahmpura, was between the 6th and 10th centuries, the capital of the princely state of Chamba. It is renowned for its cluster of temples collectively known as the ‘Chaurasi’. Though of varying architectural design, these temples are noted for their fine workmanship.After reception and welcome drink we take you to the Hotel for some rest. In evening we take you to 84 Chaurasi ancient Temples for evening Aarti then back to hotel for dinner and night stay.
     

     

  • DAY-2 Bharmour - Hadsar 
    1. A busable road to Hadsar from Bharmour 13 km ( Optional may be on feet)
    2. Gradient Normal
    3. Humidity Normal
    4. Temperature 25 – 30 degree
    5. Early in the morning troop will move to the Hadsar and will enjoy the beauty of village, Shiv Temple, and spend the left day on the bank of Budhil River and Gauri stream.

     

     
  • DAY-3 Hadsar- Chobia- Kathedu Temple
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    1. Hadsar-Chobia-Kathedu Temple 16 km (on foot)
    2. Gradient Gradual / Steep
    3. Humidity Normal
    4. Temperature 20 – 25 degree
    5. After taking breakfast early in the morning troop will move through the strenuous trek involving several ascents and descents to the Chobia village. Firstly back from Hadsar for three kilometer and go steep down for 2 kilometer and cross the long suspension wooden bridge and reach small Thalla village. Stay a while and move ahead Passing through s climbs forest and meadows; the trail descends to Chobia Nala then climbs to Chobia village at a run of two hours. Take lunch and rest for an hour move ahead and cross the small stream and reach village Kao 2 kilometer from Chobia and go ahead passing the village through gradual climbs continuing through meadows dotted with multicolored flowers, especially during August and September for run of 2 hours reach at Kathedu temple along with small stream. After taking dinner at temple stay for night and revive the body for next day journey.

     

  • DAY-4 Kathedu Temple - Alyas (Lahesh)
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    1. Kathedu temple to Alyas on feet 9 km
    2. Gradient Steep
    3. Humidity Normal
    4. Temperature 5 – 15
    5. Base ground of Passes or Camp grounds on both sides of passes are called Alyas locally called Lahesh. After taking breakfast early in the morning at Kathedu temple troop will move ahead to steep and gradual climbs through up the forest thins out as height is gained. Go up through more pasture and juniper trees to Alias; rock shelter and a few Gaddi shepherds in camp nearby pass. After taking lunch at Alyas camping ground enjoy whole left day and rest for a night in tents after taking dinner.

     

  • DAY-5 Alyas- Chobia Pass- Alyas (Lahesh)
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    1. Alyas- Chobia Pass- Alyas 12 km
    2. Gradient steep
    3. Humidity Normal
    4. Temperature 05 – 10 degree
    5. Alyas, Alyas – Chobia Pass – Alyas 12 Km track is totally depending upon the weather and physical condition of tracker. Generally Travelling Guide will not take the risk or allow crossing the passes in bad weather conditions and will wait for clearing the sky. If sun shine then after taking tea and light breakfast start moving ahead very early in the morning around 4:00 am to ensure that the snow is frozen for easier walking and if fails to cross the pass before 12:00 pm will create big problem as heavy snow winds, rainfall even snow fall can be happen. The hard climbing of about 6Km to the pass takes 5-7 hours. Passing over a moraine the trail leads up a crevassed glacier and through a narrow gully with vertical walls on both sides. On the pass, panoramic view of the Zaskar Range to the North and the Manimahesh Range to the South. on the other side, pick a way down a 100 meters high rock face; below that go straight down usually in deep soft snow. Descending a glacier for two hours is followed by a moraine for one another hour, then to Alias camp ground. After taking Lunch at Alyas enjoy the whole day and revive the body for next day.

     

     

  • DAY-6 Alyas - Trilokinath - Udaipur
    • Alyas – Trilokinath – Keylong 14 km
    • Gradient Steep / gradual / Normal
    • Humidity Normal
    • Temperature( in day) 10 – 25 degree
    • Alyas-Trilokinath-Udaipur 14 Km descends to the East side of the Chobia pass for about 6 km over rocky terrain. Then cross the pleasant terrain and descend gently to the small village of Bhaghot above the Chandra-Bhaga River. Stay for a while and move ahead from there the track turns North West side along the river, through forest and pleasant fields and reach Trilokinath This big village has an ancient Buddhist temple which houses a one meter high marble statue of God Avalokiteshvar, sitting cross-legged and with six arms. From there walk through fields for two Km, the trails go down to cross the river and join the main highway to Udaipur. from Highay we will take the taxi in reach at Udaipur. Here night stay will be in the Hotel/ Guest House.
  • DAY-7  Udaipur - Kelong - Manali
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    After visiting  main temple of Mirkla Mata at Udaipur troop will move to Keylong, District headquarter of Lauhal. After  Kelong we will be further move to Manali via Rohtang pass. Troop will stay for one hr on the top of Rohtang pass. On reaching Manali, here our outdoor team will depart the troop with good wishes 

BANK DETAILS FOR PAYMENT:

BANK NAME UCO Bank
ACCOUNT NAME Shimla Online Travels
ACCOUNT NO. 09810210002223
IFSC NO. UCBA0000981
  • NCLUDED:

    • 350cc/500cc Royal Enfield
    • Fuel
    • Basic Spare parts for the Bikes
    • Mechanic
    • Tour Guide
    • Support Vehicle
    • First Aid Equipment
    • Breakfast Lunch and Dinner as mentioned in Itinerary
    • Accommodation as mentioned in Itinerary
    • Support Staff- Cook and helpers
     

    EXCLUDED:

    • Flights- International or Domestic, taxes, surcharges and handling fees
    • Travel and Cancellation insurances
    • Meals that are not mentioned in the program
    • Personal Expenses
    • Cost of Major bike repairs in case of any damage.
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