Jalori Pass Trek Overview

Jalori Pass trek is the ultimate getaway from the hustle and bustle associated with the fast paced urban life. If you wish to embark on an adventurous journey to fill your senses but doesn’t take that much time, Jalori pass trek fits the bill perfectly. On this trek, nature lovers will definitely appreciate breathtaking places like Sakiran, Lambri and Bashleo. Moreover, be prepared to get fascinated by the surreal beauty of the Great Himalayan National park. This protected forest area is home to some rare flora and fauna as well. If you are a history buff and exploring ancient and mediaeval forts is your thing, then the Jalori pass trek won’t disappoint, at all. You will also get a chance to explore forts like Kalagarh, Raghunathpur and Fatehpur Garh as well.

Along the trek, you will also get a chance to immerse yourselves in the local rural culture of the region. Not to forget, the whole Jalori pass trek is dotted with mesmerising views of the valley and mountains. What is bound to elevate your experience even further is the presence of waterfalls and river streams along this trekking route. An experienced guide will be at your disposal all the time, letting you know some interesting stories and facts about this place.

Quick Facts of Jalori Pass Trek

Quick Facts of Jalori Pass Trek

Maximum altitude: 10,800 feet (above sea level)

Grade: Easy

Duration: 1 Day

Trekking distance: 8 kilometres (total)

Rail head: Jogindernagar is the closest railway station to Jalori pass trek, 95 kilometres from Kullu

Airport: Bhuntar Airport (Kullu)

Snow Season: December to January

Service from: February

Base camp: Jibhi

Best season: The best season to undertake Jalori pass trek is between Mid-June tomid-October

Region: Northern Himalayas between Shimla and Kullu

Who can participate: Children below the age of 7 years are not recommended for Jalori pass trek

Jalori Pass Trek Itinerary

Day 1
Day 1

Jalori Pass Trek

  • At around 8 AM in the morning, you will be arriving at the campsite in Jalori.

  • After relaxing for a while and enjoying a hearty breakfast, the actual Jalori pass trek will start at around 10 AM in the morning.

  • A friendly guide will assist you all the way on this trek and apart from helping with the stuff and guiding the trekkers, he will also share interesting facts and stories about the Jalori pass trek.

  • The whole trekking route is 8 kilometres back and forth, but the major highlight of this trek has to be beautiful views of the mountains and the valleys. Moreover, lush green forests will also elevate your experience even more.

  • There are two Jalori pass trek from Jibhi routes that you can choose from, after reaching a particular point.

  • You can either take the serolsar lake route or the Raghupur Garh fort route.

  • After reaching the location during afternoon, lunch will be served there itself.

  • Spend some quality time there and start your trek back to the base before the sunlight disappears.

  • The experience will come to an end at around 4 PM in the evening after completing the Jalori pass trek from Jibhi.

What to Pack for Jalori Pass Trek?

What to Pack for Jalori Pass Trek?
  • Warm clothes: The temperatures tend to suddenly change when you are in the mountains so the best bet is to go prepared. Carry enough warm clothes and layers to keep yourselves comfortable if it gets chilly up there.

  • Water bottle: Even though you won’t feel that thirsty in the mountains, it is crucial to carry a water bottle all the time. Staying hydrated is the key to unlocking these kinds of treks. Moreover, there are water filling stations along the way so make sure that your bottle is filled up all the time.

  • Dry fit clothes: Trekking is bound to make you sweat so it is advisable to pack in a pair of dry fit clothes so it doesn’t get uncomfortable inside once sweating starts.

  • Trekking shoes: Although the difficulty level of this trek is moderate, it is still advisable to wear proper trekking shoes because they provide more grip and protection as compared to regular sports shoes and sneakers.

  • Torch: Even though Jalori pass trek will start and get over during the daylight, it is still advisable to carry a torch, in case things go south

  • Rain gear: The weather in the mountains remains unpredictable to say the least so it is best advisable to carry waterproof gears like jacket, trousers and backpack cover in case it starts raining.

  • Medical kit: Carry your own personalised medical / first aid kit with prescription medicines, ointments and band-aids.

Know Before You Go to Jalori Pass Trek

How to Reach
Trekking Routes
Important Tips for Trekkers
How to Reach

By Air: Although the Bhuntar airport in Manali is the closest airport to Jibhi / Jalori, it is advisable to book your flights to the Chandigarh airport because flights are more frequent. It is around 275 kilometres from the base camp but one can easily board a bus or a taxi to reach Jibhi.

By Rail: Jogindernagar is the nearest railway station to the base camp which is around 95 kilometres from the Jogindernagar railway station.

By Road: There are frequent cabs available from both Chandigarh as well as Mandi to reach for the Jalori pass. The distance from Chandigarh is around 275 kilometres which is bound to take roughly around 8 hours. On the other hand, distance from Mandi is around 80 kilometres which should ideally take around 3 hours. The best way to reach Jalori pass is considered to be by road.

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