This trek in Kullu is an moderately easy adventure that starts from Jalori Pass and takes you up to the shimmering Serolsar Lake and to Lambri, a quiet destination with the best views of the sprawling Great Himalayan National Park. From here, you'll get unprecedented views of all the famous Himalayan ranges, especially the Dhauladhar, Kinnaur, and Pir Panjal Ranges.
Himachal Pradesh has some of the most trekker-friendly landscape, and you'll be able to explore it completely with this relaxed itinerary. You'll spend the day exploring the friendly slopes of Kullu, seeing herds of sheep and goats, and meet local shepherds. As evening falls, your tents will be set up and you'll enjoy a campfire and the cool night air, before retiring to your tents for a peaceful night.
IMPORTANT: Your trek begins at around 13:00 hrs from Jalori Pass. If you're staying in Manali, you have a 4 hour road trip to Jalori Pass. It is advised that you stay near Jalori Pass the previous day, in order to avoid missing the departure time. Accommodation in Jalori Pass will be at your own expense.
NOTE: This is not a fixed departure so you need a minimum of 4 travellers to book this trek.
You'll be trekking through some of the most scenic sections of Kullu on this trek, and will have plenty of opportunities for photographs. You'll be trekking across green slopes, past shimmering lakes, over meadows filled with sweet grass, and through fragrant pine forests. En route, you'll stop to admire ancient wooden temples, meet friendly locals, see quaint little homesteads, and get a taste of Himachali life.
The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) is a World Heritage Site, and one of India's national parks. It covers over 700 sq kms and has a buffer eco zone of about 200 sq kms. It is filled with breathtaking landscapes, plants and herbs that are used in ayurveda, and beautiful flora and fauna. Trekking through the GHNP takes you past quaint villages, gently rolling slopes, craggy peaks, and sparkling rivers. It's the perfect getaway for trekkers and nature lovers looking to get lost in the mountains.
Spend a few days in the wilderness of Kullu. | Get the best views of the Great Himalayan National Park. | Camp in comfortable tents and spend days rambling over the mountains. | Visit Serolsar Lake and Jalori Pass.
The day starts off late, just before lunch. You'll set off from Jalori Pass towards Serolsar Lake, stopping en route to eat a packed lunch. The trail winds lazily through an oak forest, leading you to the lake. It's a smooth path that will give you a chance to warm up your trekking muscles. By early evening, you'll be done with your trekking for the day. Your campsite will be set up by the lake or in the meadow nearby. It's an easy evening of watching the sun set and chatting with your group, and the campfire will be lit as it grows dark. Enjoy a delicious hot meal, and retire to your tents for the night.
Overnight in tents.
Your first night of camping is near Serolsar Lake. You'll be provided with tunnel-shaped tents with two rooms and a porch to store equipment, as well as clean sleeping bags with liners, pillows, and an air mattress. Today's package includes a delicious packed lunch of parathas, juice, sweets, and a fruit. For snacks enjoy tea, coffee and soup. For dinner, you'll be given one veg and one non veg item, apart from dal, rice, salad, roti and paneer.
Lunch | Snacks | Dinner
For all cancellations of the Lambri trek: You will receive a refund of the trip cost minus any non-refundable amounts already spent on hotels, staff, food, transport, administration fees, and taxes.
No show: No refund.
Participants must adhere to the instructions of the team leader.
Smoking, consumption of alcohol, narcotic drugs etc. is strictly prohibited during the trek.
While on the Kullu trek, participants must follow a proper waste disposal system.