Lambri Pass

4 Days

Treknical Details

  • Tirthan Valley
  • 11,811 ft
  • April - November
  • Moderate | Level 2
  • 24 km
  • All Meals Included
  • 22
  • 55


Altitude: Jalori Pass – 10,570 ftTrithan Valley to Jalori Pass: 1 hour 30 minutes (28.4 km) by taxi Begin your Lambri Pass trek with an exciting transfer from Trithan Valley to the enchanting Jalori Pass.Traverse through dense forests and picturesque meadows, surrounded by the serene beauty of the Parvati Valley.Catch glimpses of the majestic Himalayan peaks as you ascend higher towards the Jalori Pass.Admire the traditional Himachali architecture of the quaint villages that dot the trail, adding to the cultural experience.The trek offers a perfect blend of adventure and tranquility, allowing you to connect with nature’s wonders.Capture stunning photographs of the landscapes that unfold before you, leaving you in awe of the natural splendor.Day 1 of the Lambri Pass trek promises an exhilarating start to your journey, setting the stage for the adventure that lies ahead.

Altitude: Serolsar Lake – 10,170 ftJalori Pass to Serolsar Lake: 2 hours (5 km) by trek Start off a mesmerizing trek from Jalori Pass to the pristine Serolsar Lake, a jewel of the Himalayas.The trail takes you through lush forests and charming meadows, offering captivating views of the surrounding valleys.Serolsar Lake, with its crystal-clear waters reflecting the towering peaks, creates a serene and tranquil ambiance.Camp by the shimmering lake, surrounded by the majestic Himalayan scenery, creating an unforgettable camping experience.Immerse yourself in the peaceful atmosphere, away from the hustle and bustle of city life, in the lap of nature.The trek provides ample opportunities to soak in the natural beauty and indulge in photography of the breathtaking landscapes.Day 2 of the Lambri Pass trek is a day of serenity and awe, as you find solace in the enchanting surroundings of Serolsar Lake.

Altitude: Lambri Pass – 11,811 ftSerolsar Lake to Lambri Pass : 5 hours (7 km) by trekLambri Pass to Serolsar Lake: 4 hours (7 km) by downhill trek Start another day on a thrilling trek from the serene Serolsar Lake to the majestic Lambri Pass, a day of conquering heights.The trail offers an adrenaline-pumping experience, as you ascend to the summit, surrounded by awe-inspiring landscapes.Witness panoramic vistas of snow-capped peaks and verdant valleys, leaving you in awe of the Himalayan grandeur.Reach the glorious Lambri Pass, a notable landmark that marks your triumph over the challenging terrain.Capture unforgettable memories and breathtaking photographs from the pass, cherishing the accomplishment.After relishing the majestic views, retrace your steps back to the serene ambiance of Serolsar Lake.The third day of the Lambri Pass trek is a day of adventure and triumph, celebrating the beauty and splendor of the Himalayas.

Serolsar Lake to Jalori Pass: 2 hours (5 km) by trekJalori Pass to Trithan valley: 1 hour 30 minutes (28.4 km) by taxi Lambri Pass trek takes you on a memorable journey back from the serene Serolsar Lake to the captivating Tirthan Valley.As you descend through the verdant forests and untouched landscapes, savor the captivating beauty of nature.Relive the awe-inspiring moments spent conquering Lambri Pass and treasure the majestic views of the Himalayas.Take a moment to reflect and express gratitude for the unforgettable experiences that have shaped your adventure.Embrace the unique flora and fauna that thrive in this pristine wilderness, leaving a lasting impression on your heart.Reconnecting with the mesmerizing Tirthan Valley, bid a bittersweet farewell to the mountains, etching memories in your soul.Last day concludes the Lambri Pass trek, leaving you with a profound connection to nature and the Himalayas, forever igniting your wanderlust.

Trek Inclusions

  • Accommodation during the trek includes stay in base camp and tent stayAccommodation on Triple/Quad sharing basisSupporting Team - cooking staff, local guides, porters etc.Supporting Gears for trek- tent, mattress, sleeping bag, toilet tent, crampons/micro spikes, and gaiters (as required)Entry Permit Fee, Forest Fee, Camp Fee, and Guide FeeBest Quality vegetarian food for breakfast, lunch, evening snacks, and dinnerTrekking with an experienced, english-speaking, and government-licensed trek guide and assistant trek guide Mountaineering qualified & professional trek leadersCertified First Aid assistanceOxygen Cylinder (All Campsite and Trek leader)All government, local taxes, and service chargesINR 300 Travaura Cash24*7 Chat AssistanceDedicated Customer Care Representative5% GSTTravaura GoodiesYour contribution toward nature (We promote sustainable tourism and thus dedicate a part of your trek charge towards amelioration of nature and its resources)

Trek Exclusions

  • Tips for guide, chef, porter, etc (calculated per person)
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Offloading Charges
  • Local sightseeing and entrance fee, camera fee, etc
  • Extra meals apart from inclusions
  • Any other expenses incurred apart from inclusions
  • All personal, medical, evacuation, and emergency expenses like extra day stay or vehicle charges due to delays, landslides, and evacuation.
  • Any early return travel costs or accommodation except for the days as per the itinerary.
  • Any expenses for medical treatment of injury or accident before, during, or after the trek
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions

Packing List

Before heading off on any trek, it is essential to make sure you have all the necessary gear and equipment. This packing list will help make sure you have everything you need for a successful and enjoyable trip.

Hiking pants or trousers
Shorts (for warmer days)
T-shirts (preferably moisture-wicking)
Fleece jacket or pullover
Waterproof and windproof jacket
Warm hat and gloves
Hiking boots (with good ankle support)
Socks (preferably wool or moisture-wicking)
Sandals or comfortable shoes (for when you’re not trekking)

Backpack (with rain cover)‚Äč
Trekking poles
Headlamp or flashlight (with extra batteries)
Sunglasses (with UV protection)
Sunscreen (with high SPF)
Water bottle or hydration system
Personal first aid kit (with basic medications, bandages, and blister pads)
Trekking map or guidebook
Whistle (for emergency situations)
Multi-tool or knife
Plastic bags (for trash and dirty clothes)

Optional Gear:
Camera and spare batteries
Portable charger for electronic devices
Insect repellent
Quick-drying towel
Earplugs (for sleeping)
Buff or scarf (for protection against dust and wind)
Portable water filter or purifier (in case of emergency)

Note: Keep in mind that you will have to carry all of your gear yourself during the trek, so it’s important to pack light and only bring what is necessary. It’s also a good idea to check the weather forecast and trail conditions before you leave to ensure that you have the appropriate gear and clothing for the conditions you will encounter.

Treknical Details

  • Tirthan Valley
  • 11,811 ft
  • April - November
  • Moderate | Level 2
  • 24 km
  • All Meals Included
  • 22
  • 55