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Kundli Pass, at an elevation of (4550m) stands between Mun Peak (4650m) and Toral Pass(4375M) facing north Dharamshala. The ascent to the pass is steep from Dharamshala side and moderate from Kwarsi village (Chamba district). The shape of the pass is like a snake coil or ‘Kundli’ hence, named Kundli pass.

Day 1: Mcleodganj to Khaniyara by cab and then trek to Thatharna (2600 m).
Khaniyara, at an elevation of 1450m is only 11 km by road from Mcleodganj. The trek start from Khaniyara village with an easy moderate climb passes through Kharota village. After Kharota village Thatharna is about 6 km and it takes about 3 hrs to reach. It is located on a spur. Below one can see the town and Kangra valley.

Day 2: Thatharna to Bakhlodu (3690m) 8km.
First five kilometers of this trek is a moderate climb but the final ascent of 3 km is very steep. This trek is not visited and hence no trek markings are visible on the route. From Thatharna, the route heads up to Haudi ka Kanda and then to Bakhlodu via Khabrotu.

Day 3: Bakhlodu to Galod Gote via Chulehtar (3700m) 10km over Kundli Pass (4550M).
From Bakhlodu, 4km climb to the pass is very steep. The trek ascends through massive boulders and sharp vertical ridges. At the top of the pass are few ‘Trisuls’ where gaddi offers prayers. This pass like other high passes affords a panoramic view of the valley on either side.

From here, the trek initially descends and then passes through a snow bed to a camping place known as Galod gote.

Day 4: Galod Gote to Kwarsi village (2730M) 16km.
This is tiring trek of about 16km. Kwarsi is a Gaddi village perched on mountain slopes with terraced fields all around it. There is Nag temple here with a serai for an overnight stay.

Kwarsi is a very relaxing to the trekkers after their strenuous trekking venture across the high passes of the Dhauladhar. The trail descends down followed by a number of ridges, side streams and thickly wooded forest.

Day 5: - Kwarsi village to Lamu and Choli village 8km.
About 3 kilometres down from Kwarsi village, we reach the road head. From here Lamu village is 5 km drive and reaches at Chamba-Bharmour road. From here, one has the choice of coming down to Chamba town (50Km) or to Bharmour (14Km).

Bharmour is known as the temple town of Chamba having eighty-four temples known for its unique architecture.

Includes :

  • Transport cost for private departures
  • All vegetarian meals beginning with breakfast
  • Porter/mules for client baggage (one bag per client not weighing more than 15 kgs)
  • Camping equipment
  • Professional guide

Not Included :

  • Any meals/services not mentioned above
  • Any charges for video cameras, still cameras, etc.
    Alcohol, soft drinks, beverages, etc.
  • Personal expenses like tips, telephone calls, laundry, etc.
  • Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances like landslides, road blocks, bad weather, etc.
  • Insurance