Trekking in Kasol

Kasol Trekking Packages

Duration Price
Kheerganga Trek, Kasol3 days & 2 nights
INR 2,190
Sar Pass Trek, Kasol5 days & 4 nights
INR 6,899
Pin Parvati Trek, Himachal Pradesh10 days & 9 nights
INR 43,550
Tosh Valley Trek, Himachal Pradesh2 days & 1 night
INR 1,190
Kheerganga Trek and Camping2 days & 1 night
INR 1,190
Kasol Camping with Chalal and Kheerganga Trek3 days & 2 nights
INR 2,190
Kasol Trip and Trek to Kheerganga from Delhi3 days & 2 nights
INR 2,190
Kasol Trip with Trek to Kheerganga and Tosh Valley from Delhi6 days & 5 nights
INR 6,490
Kasol To Malana Trek4 days & 3 nights
INR 4,150
Grahan Trek, Kasol1 day
INR 1,280
Dev Roopa Trek, Himachal Pradesh6 days
INR 8,000
Parvati Valley Trek With Kheerganga Via Kasol2 days
INR 2,250

Malana Trek, Rasol Trek, Kheerganga Trek, Tosh Valley Trek, Sar Pass Trek, Rudranag Trek, Grahan Trek, Dev Roopa Trek, Chandratal Trek, Hampta Pass Trek and many more.

Thrillophilia offers several hand-crafted packages for trekking in Kasol to explore the natural beauty of Himachal Pradesh. 

Nestled in the Parvati Valley of Himachal Pradesh, Kasol has beautiful trekking trails. These treks take you through lush forests, across gushing rivers, along cascading waterfalls and over lush valleys and meadows. In addition, these treks reward you with stunning views of the Himalayan landscape. 

Some of the popular treks in Kasol are the Kheerganga Trek, Tosh Valley Trek, Sar Pass Trek, and Pin Parvati Pass Trek. If you are a beginner, you can opt for relatively easier Kasol Treks like Bhrigu Lake, Triund, and Brahmatal. For seasoned trekkers with high-altitude trekking experience, Rupin Pass Trek, Pin Parvati Trek, and Indrahar Pass Trek are great choices. Moderate-level Kasol Treks like Beas Kund, Prashar Lake, and Hampta Pass are perfect for both beginners and experienced trekkers. 

Whether you love soaking in hot springs at Kheerganga or enjoying panoramic views from Sar Pass, Kasol has trekking trails to these destinations.

Thrillophilia ensures that your treks in Kasol are not just trips but a lifetime of memories. With 24/7 customer support and expert guidance, we take care of every aspect of your trip!

Here are some of the best treks near Kasol:

1. Malana Trek:

This 5-km trek from Jari takes you to the rustic village of Malana which is situated 3000 metres above sea level. The difficulty level of the trail is graded easy to moderate and is one of the best treks in Kasol for beginners. During the trek, experience chilly mountain air caressing your face. You can also enjoy amazing views of lush pine forests, streams, and snow-capped mountains. If you are looking for some easy weekend trekking, this is the best choice.

2. Rasol Trek:

One of the moderate-difficult treks in Kasol, Rasol Pass Trek takes you through the Parvati Valley in the Indian Himalayas. Starting from Kasol, you’ll journey through lush forests, past waterfalls, and over the Rasol Pass before ending in the village of Rasol. The trail is dotted with vibrant wildflowers, and the sound of birds fills the air. As you ascend, the air gets crisper, and the views become more breathtaking. Reaching Rasol village, you can gain a glimpse into the simple yet fulfilling mountain life.

3. Kheerganga Trek:

This trek takes you to Kheerganga, a scenic destination in the Parvati Valley. The trail meanders along rocky terrain, verdant valleys, dense forests, and cascading waterfalls. As you climb higher, the aroma of pine trees fills the air, rejuvenating your senses. On reaching Kheerganga hot spring, you can soak in the warm waters while surrounded by majestic mountains.

4. Tosh Valley Trek:

Tosh Valley is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and this trek is sure to leave you spellbound with its natural beauty. This Kasol Trekking trail takes you through the beautiful Tosh Valley. It’s a moderate-level trek that starts from the base camp in Barshaini and goes up to Tosh Village. The trail takes you through lush forests, terraced fields, waterfalls, and scenic meadows. 

5. Sar Pass Trek:

This trek takes you through forests, meadows, quaint villages, and over the Sar Pass. The trail challenges you with steep ascents and thrilling descents, but the stunning scenery makes every step worthwhile. The Sar Pass is covered with pristine white snow and trekking to this place gives you a sense of accomplishment and awe. Camping under a star-studded sky amidst the majestic Himalayas is an experience like no other. 

6. Rudranag Trek:

This trek involves a total distance of around 20 km and is usually completed in 3-4 days. The trek starts from the village of Sagar and passes through dense forests, meadows, and steep climbs. As you make your way through the wilderness, you may encounter glimpses of exotic wildlife and vibrant bird species. This Kasol Trekking is truly a humbling experience that connects you with the raw beauty of nature.

7. Grahan Trek:

Grahan Village trek is a 4-5 hours trekking adventure in the Parvati Valley. Grahan trek offers a complete hiking experience through dense forest walks, ancient Himalayan villages, clear streams & a serene stay at Grahan village. During the trek, you can indulge in friendly conversations with the locals and learn about their daily lives.

8. Dev Roopa Trek:

Dev Roopa Trek is also known as ‘Descent of God’ because the land is full of beautiful grasslands, mesmerising waterfalls, and so many fields. The trail winds its way through sacred forests and alpine meadows. While trekking through the dense woods, you can feel connected with the sound of chanting prayers filling the air. As you ascend, panoramic views of snow-capped peaks and lush valleys unfold before you.

9. Chandratal Trek:

Chandra Tal is a crescent-shaped lake in Himachal and it means “Lake of the Moon”. It is one of the best treks in Kasol in Spiti valley on the Samudra Tapu plateau. The trail takes you through barren deserts and verdant valleys, with the towering peaks of the Himalayas as your constant companions. As you trek across high mountain passes and glacial streams, the sheer magnitude of the surroundings leaves you speechless. 

10. Hampta Pass Trek:

Hampta Pass is a beautiful crossover trek that spreads across the lush green valleys of Kullu-Manali to the arid and barren landscapes of Chandra Valley in Lahaul. This Kasol trekking trail takes you through rocky paths, grasslands, streams, waterfalls, hanging glaciers, and the crescent-shaped 'Chandratal’ lake. Reaching the majestic Hampta Pass, you can bask in the panoramic vistas of snow-clad peaks and azure skies.

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Which are some famous treks in Kasol?

1. Kheerganga Trek With Camping: Deemed as one of the easiest treks in Kasol, the Kheerganga Ganga Trek enables you to fathom the serenity of Parvati Valley while you are on your adventure voyage at an altitude of 2,950m, marking its end with a muscle-relaxing dip in the hot water springs of the Parvati Kund.

Starting and ending point: Bharsaini

Difficulty Level: Easy

2. Tosh Valley Trek: With an elevation of 7,874 feet, the Tosh Valley Ganga takes you across the rugged terrains of the majestic Himalayas along the cascading water of tributary River Tosh. Leading to the scintillating Pin Parvati Pass, this trail will make you believe that trekking in Kasol cannot get more enrapturing!

Starting and ending point: Bharsaini

Difficulty Level: Easy

3. Sar Pass Trek: The Sar Pass Trek originates from the backpacker’s paradise - ‘Kasol’, weaving through the lush green meadows at the altitude of about 13,700 feet. A perfect commingling of lush green forests, cascading streams, and rugged terrains, the trek will give you the most beautiful scenes to witness. Though a little more difficult than the others it is one of the most sought after treks in Kasol.

Starting and ending point: Kasol Base Campus

Difficulty Level: Moderate

4. Pin Parvati Pass TrekAn ensnaring excursion, the Pin Parvati pass trek raises a bar for Kasol trekking with its charming yet rough trails. Steeped with the panoramic view of the lofty snow-capped mountains, clear skies, and misty valleys, this trek is just the right one to add to your thrill platter.

Starting and ending point: Barshani Village

Difficulty Level: Difficult

5. Malana Trek: Located 21 Km from Kasol, the Malana Trek boast of the enrapturing flora and fauna making every moment spent here worth the hurdles. If you’re an adventurer interested in taking the road less traveled, then you cannot miss this stem-winding trekking in Kasol.

Starting and ending point: Malana Village

Difficulty Level: Difficult

What is the best time to go trekking in Kasol?

Kasol is a year-round trekking destination with each season having its own advantages. The best time for trekking in Kasol varies depending on your preferences and the type of experience you seek:

Peak Season: The peak trekking season in Kasol is from April to June and September to November. During these months, the weather is generally pleasant with clear skies. The temperatures are moderate and the trails bustle with fellow trekkers. This season offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and lush greenery.

Shoulder Season: March and December are considered shoulder seasons in Kasol. During these months, the weather is still pleasant and comfortable for trekking in Kasol. The crowds are thinner compared to peak season. 

Low Season: The low trekking season in Kasol falls between July and August. During the monsoon months, the landscapes look lush green and create a stunning verdant backdrop. Additionally, the reduced number of tourists means you can enjoy quieter and more intimate treks in Kasol.

What is the cost of trekking in Kasol?

Our Trekking in Kasol Packages start as low as INR 1200 per person for 2 nights and 1 day Kheerganga trek. The cost varies with the trek you choose, the duration, and your food and accommodation choices. The most expensive trek in Kasol is the Dev Roopa Trek.

What things one must carry while trekking in Kasol?

It is advisable to carry less while you are on trekking, yet some things are quite required to face the hurdles that the treks of Kasol unfold into.

Trekking trousers and a light jacket
Trekking shoes
A sweater
Dry and ready to eat meals
A day backpack and a travel bag
A stick
A multipurpose toolset
First Aid kit
A towel
Basic toiletries
Necessary electronics like power bank
A pair of shorts
A Water bottle

Which month is best for Kasol for trekking?

The best months for trekking in Kasol are April to June and September to November. These months have the ideal conditions for trekking. The weather is generally pleasant with clear skies and moderate temperatures. The surrounding landscapes are lush and vibrant which further enhances the overall trekking experience.

Do we need a walking stick on trekking?

A walking stick is deemed quite necessary for any trek as it provides support to climb those elevated rugged terrains. While trekking in Kasol you must carry a stick for the treks that are considered difficult else you can avoid them while taking up the easy ones. If you’re a beginner then the stick will be one of your best allies for sure. Caution is the mother of precaution, isn’t it?

Is it safe to trek solo?

Yes, it’s safe to go on Kasol treks alone, so long as you take the proper steps to prepare for your trek. However, trekking is an adventure activity and should be done as a group under expert guidance. You can book our Kasol activity packages that give you the privacy you need while also keeping you informed about the terrain, weather, and wildlife on the trail.

What should I wear while trekking in Kasol?

Summer Trek:

A down jacket
Inner thermal wears
Trek pants
A raincoat or poncho
A woollen cap
Hiking shoes
T-shirts or light jackets

Winter trek:

2 Thermal layers
A Down jacket
A raincoat or poncho
Trek pants
A sweater or hoodie
A bottom thermal layer
Woolen cap
3-4 pairs of woolen socks
Mufflers or neck warmers
Waterproof gloves
T-shirts or fleece jackets

Is Kheerganga trek difficult?

The Kheerganga trek is graded moderately difficult and is suitable for beginners with good fitness levels. The trail has steep ascents and rocky terrain. You will have to trek for around 5-6 hours to reach the top. While the trek may be challenging in some places, the breathtaking scenery and the reward of relaxing in the hot springs make it one of the most loved Kasol Treks.

Is Kasol safe at night?

Kasol is generally safe for tourists at night. However, it’s advisable to return to your accommodation by 10 pm to ensure safety. It is best to avoid isolated areas. You should be mindful of your belongings. It's also advisable to travel with friends or in groups for added safety and security.

Is trekking possible in December at Kasol?

Yes, trekking in December at Kasol is possible. But it gets challenging due to cold weather and potential snowfall. It's essential to check weather conditions and trail conditions beforehand to prevent any untoward incident. You should also equip yourself with proper winter gear like adequate warm clothing and sturdy boots as the trails can get slippery.

What type of shoes are required for trekking in Kasol?

Sturdy trekking shoes with ankle support and a firm grip are recommended for trekking in Kasol. These shoes should be comfortable for long walks on terrain like rocky paths, and steep and slippery slopes. Waterproof or water-resistant shoes are also preferable, especially during the monsoon season when trails can be muddy and wet. Above all, properly fitting shoes are more important to ensure stability and help prevent injuries.

Which is the most popular trek in Kasol?

One of the most popular treks in Kasol is the Kheerganga trek. The trek is known for its stunning scenery and takes you through lush forests, and cascading waterfalls. On reaching Kheerganga you can relax in the natural hot springs. The trek attracts numerous adventurers seeking a combination of adventure, relaxation, and breathtaking views amidst the Himalayan landscape.

What is the equipment needed for trekking in Kasol?

You will need essential equipment like a comfortable backpack, waterproof and sturdy trekking shoes, weather-appropriate clothing, personal toiletries, a water bottle, and a basic first aid kit. In addition, you will also have to carry a flashlight or headlamp as many trails take you through dense forests and sprawling valleys.

What are the safety considerations for trekking in Kasol?

Safety considerations for trekking in Kasol are -

1. Check weather forecasts beforehand.

2. Inform someone about your itinerary before departing.

3. Carry essential supplies like water, food, and first aid.

4. Stick to well-known trails to avoid getting lost.

5. Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water during the trek.

6. Respect local customs and traditions while interacting with locals.

7. Be aware of symptoms of altitude sickness at higher elevations.

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Kasol Trekking Reviews

Mullapudi Balaram Sai
Reviewed: 16 Jul 2022
It was my best experience.
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Reviewed: 17 May 2023
It was my first experience with thrillophilia and was my first solo trip too. I enjoyed a lot and made a hell lot of beautiful memories . Thank you 😊
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Ritik Patel
Reviewed: 16 May 2023
It’s amazing. Me and friends enjoyed well. Meet some new friends. It was once of the best treck. Loved it. All good guides, foods, stay facility’s. 
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Shubham Kamdar
Reviewed: 28 Jun 2022
Stay was amazing, hemtrek camp was so beautiful.
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Reviewed: 08 Dec 2022
A worthy trip experience with Thrillophilia. The trip got amazing with all the assistance provided at the timely manner and every thing including transport , stay and food were the best. This was my first trip and i would now be booking my all trips with Thrillophilia as it is the best.
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Anushka Sonker
Reviewed: 07 Apr 2023
The guides during the trek were supportive and courteous. Accommodations were satisfactory.My only annoyance is with the food. It could have been better.
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