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Chandrakhani Pass Trek Manali Address: Village rumsu,Post, Naggar, Himachal Pradesh, 175130, India

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Day Timing
Monday 12:00 am – 12:00 am
Tuesday 12:00 am – 12:00 am
Wednesday 12:00 am – 12:00 am
Thursday 12:00 am – 12:00 am
Friday 12:00 am – 12:00 am
Saturday 12:00 am – 12:00 am
Sunday 12:00 am – 12:00 am
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Out of all the popular treks in Manali, Chandrakhani Pass Trek is one such trek that invites locals and tourists to look over the jaw-dropping views of the Deo Tibba and Parbati peaks. It’s a favorite trek for all those who wish to get one step closer to nature to admire its unparalleled beauty at its best and is also preferred by people in search of an adrenaline-filled adventure with breathtaking valleys in the backdrop.

Perched at an altitude of 3660 meters in the Kullu Valley, the Chandrakhani Pass Trek draws the attention of thousands of trekkers every year due to its majestic mountains that rise on both sides of the valley. The expedition to this region takes you through many remote villages and towns that give you a chance to learn about the different hilly cultures of the Himachal Pradesh state that are quite popular among people there.

Not only this, but you’ll also get spellbound by the scenic beauty on your way to Chandrakhani Pass which is no less than a treat to watch, making it apt for sightseeing lovers, wanderers, and explorers as well. What else? This is a kind of trek that can be enjoyed by beginners as well. So you don’t have to worry if you’re not a pro at trekking!

Brief Itinerary of Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Manali

No matter where you’re going, it’s always great to know about the itinerary in detail as it helps you plan your trip in a better way. Similar is the case with Chandrakhani Pass Trek. We have listed here the complete itinerary with day wise for your ease:

Day 1: Manali – Naggar – Rumsu – Ganachalani

Enjoy a short drive from Manali to Naggar town and then trek for nearly 1 km to reach the village of Rumsu. In Rumsu village, you’ll come across a years-old temple that is beautifully made up of ancient wood, which is hard to find in any other temple in the area, making it a must-visit attraction for everyone.

Once you seek blessing there, you will move forward straight to Ganachalani. On your way, you will see a dense forest of deodar and pine trees which indicates that you have finally arrived at your destination. Take rest, have dinner, and go to sleep.

Day 2: Ganachalani – Celanti

Start early in the morning from Ganachalani to experience an uphill trek of 4 km and witness mesmerizing meadows that are situated at a height of 3000 meters above sea level. From these meadows, one can also see a panoramic view of the Kullu Valley, Manali, and the Pir Panjal Mountain ranges. The trek further continues through a rhododendron forest and in an hour or so, your journey for the second day of your trek will be completed.

Day 3: Celanti – Chandrakhani Pass – Dadru

Get ready and begin with a gradual ascent for an hour until you cross Chandrakhani Pass. There you can enjoy an impressive view of the peaks of Lahaul and Papsura valley, which will surely take your breath away. Have a relaxing break for some time and then descend to Dadru. Overall, the journey from Celanti to Dadru is 15 km and it will take nearly 6 hours to complete the trek.

Day 4: Dadru – Malana

Continue your trek along the Malana River that will take you to the village of Malana through Rashol Pass and the Parbati valley. The Malana village is an isolated village that has its own customs, laws, and language. Spend a night at the designated campsite and you’re done for the day.

Day 5: Malana – Jari – Manali

This is the last day of your Chandrakhani Pass trek and it will take you down to the valley from where you will stroll for around 5-6 km to reach the dam on the Malana River. From the dam, you’ll need to further trek for around 12 km to Jari. Sleep there and then take a bus in the morning to go back to the original destination i.e., Manali.

Entry Fee and Timings of Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Manali

As an avid trekker, you don’t need to wait for a specific time for the Chandrakhani Pass trek. Depending on your availability and the time, one can head to this location whenever their mind pleases.

Coming to its fee, the charges of the trek range for different travel agencies and tour operators. However, if you choose to travel with Holidays DNA, which is a parent company of Manali Tourism, you can definitely enjoy your trek to Chandrakhani Pass to the fullest, and that too without burning a hole in your pocket.

Travel Tips for Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Manali

  • Don’t forget to bring sturdy trekking shoes.
  • Always carry a first aid box along with your regular medicines for the way.
  • Refrain from littering the surroundings across the campsites. If spotted, you may be fined.
  • Inform the concerned authorities beforehand in case you need to cancel the trek.
  • Follow all the guidelines of the state government for a safe trekking experience.
  • Hire a trained and professional guide to make the most of your trek.
  • Avoid trekking at night as it can lead to some unforeseen circumstances.
  • Make sure to pack enough warm clothes including fleece jackets and thermals in your bag regardless of the season you’re visiting.
  • Bring water bottles along with some dry snacks from your home. Not only will it help you save a lot of money, but you can also satisfy your hunger pangs whenever you feel hungry.
  • Have a good pair of sunglasses along with a sun cap to protect yourself from sunburns and sun strokes during the day. Also, the usage of a mask and frequent hand sanitization is recommended.
  • Try minimizing the luggage as much as you can; the more luggage you have, the more hassle you’ll need to face.
  • If you’re traveling with children less than 9 years of age, you’ll not be allowed to undertake this trek.
  • The weather remains uncertain in high-altitude areas. Take time to get adapted to its environment first before you start trekking.
  • There may or may not be the facility of charging points available for your electronic devices at the campsites. Hence, it is advised to carry 2-3 power banks along with the extra batteries for your camera.

Best Time for Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Manali

Mid-June to early October is the peak season when avid travelers especially trekkers from all over the world visit this location to try their hand at trekking on their Manali tour. So, if you want to be amidst the crowd, you can plan a getaway to Chandrakhani Pass during this period as this is the time when the trekking trails are beautifully adorned with gushing streams.

Visit it during the summer season which starts in March and continues until June for experiencing a relaxing camping trip under a clear sky. The average temperature, at this time, varies between 10 degrees Celsius to 25-degree Celsius during the day and night, which is perfect for adventure buffs to enjoy a scenic trek throughout the time. However, if the snowfall is in your mind, then the winter season i.e., from October to February is considered as the best season to visit it.

How to Reach Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Manali?

To reach Chandrakhani Pass, you need to first get down to the base camp of the trek, which is none other than the hill station of Manali and it can be done through one of the following ways:

By Air: Approximately 50 km away is the Kullu-Manali Airport in Bhuntar. It is considered as the nearest domestic airport for Indian travelers. If you’re an overseas tourist, you can fly down to Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi for a hassle-free experience to Manali. After deboarding your flight, you can look for prepaid or postpaid taxi services from the list of top car rental companies in Manali to commute to your desired location in your comfort.

By Train: Joginder Nagar Railway Station is the closest railhead to Manali. You can also catch a train to Ambala Cantt. Railway Station (350 km) or Chandigarh Railway Station (310 km) if any of these stations lie in close proximity to the city you’re traveling from. From there, you will find numerous options including many regular and Volvo buses that operate at a frequent duration to Manali at reasonable prices.

By Road: Lastly, there is also an option of traveling by road as the town of Manali maintains good road connectivity to its neighboring regions and other metro cities of India. The HRTC department organizes various public and private buses for the convenience of people of all ages. Book a seat in luxury coaches with AC facility in advance if it’s an overnight journey for you. Alternatively, choose to self-drive to Manali to experience scenic road travel throughout the way.

Have a great time on your trek to Chandrakhani Pass with our Manali tour packages. We at Manali Tourism, a division of Holidays DNA, offer all-inclusive travel packages that can be customized suiting your varied holiday needs. Depending on your choice of staycation, we also help to select a hotel/resort of your choice. To know more about our ongoing travel deals, we request you to fill out the Contact Us form.

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