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All you need to know about Bhubhu Pass Trek

Bhubhu Pass Trek | Himachal Pradesh | Detailed Itinerary

Bhubhu Pass is a trek that connects Chuhar Valley (Mandi) to the Lagh Valley (Kullu) in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The pass is situated at a height of 2900 m above sea level.

The best time to visit Bhubhu Pass trek is between May to September. Even if you are going in the summer, nights will be colder on this trek. Don’t forget to carry enough layers of woollen clothes for this trek.

Max Altitude – 9280 ft.

Travel to base –   Kullu is well known for its tourist attractions and is well connected by road. The nearest airport is Bhuntar (also known as Kullu airport) from where Kullu is approachable by road. The nearest Railway stations are Chandigarh and Pathankot from where you can board a bus till Manali. It’s advised to come by train to Delhi or Chandigarh from where you can find a lot of buses to Manali going on a daily basis.

Short itinerary for Rajgundha Trek

Day 1 – Kullu to Dalighat and to Dak Bunglow

Trekkers can start their journey from Kullu to Dalighat. From Dalighat start trek towards Dak Bunglow which is a 3 hrs journey from Dalighat. You can camp for the night here.

Day 2 – Dak Bunglow to Jhingbhan by Bhubhu Pass

Start the journey to Jhinbhan which will take approx. 7 hours. Trek is steep at a few points. The camp will be set up here for the day.

Day 3 – Jhingbhan to Dentbhial
Day 4 – Dentbhial to Mulling and further to Barot

Things to keep in mind before attempting Bhubhu Pass Trek.

  • There are a couple of stay options at the base that can be booked after paying some amount.  It is recommended to carry your camping gear or hire an agency to manage your stay and food needs.
  • Trek is a bit challenging at a few points and you may need to prepare for this in advance.

If you are planning for the trek and want to hire camping/trekking equipment you can rent it out at Chandigarh from Gadget Rental India.

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