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Jalori Pass

Area: Kullu and Spiti Valley (Himachal Pradesh)

Trek Duration: 13 Days

Best Season: Mid June - Mid October

Altitude: 3223 mts/10575 ft

Total Trekking: 75 K.M

About Jalori Pass Trek

Located at a distance of about 100 kilometres from Shimla in Kullu, Jalori Pass is positioned away from the hustle and bustle of the tedious city life. The calm atmosphere provided by mighty Himalayas provides unmatched opportunities to take a break the body as well as enjoy the natures beautiful. The seasonal flowers bloomed in the region along with the exotic flora and fauna in the midst of immaculate solitude of highlands relaxes the senses of every trekker. Trekking on this beautiful trail takes the tourists to the mesmerizing places like Shoja, Sereolsar Lake, Sakiran, Lambri, Bashleo and the Great Himalayan National Park. Moreover, a trekker can also explore the forts of Fatehpurgarh, Raghunathpur and Kalagarh as well.

Flora and Fauna at Jalori Pass

Situated high in the pristine state of Himachal Pradesh, the Jalori Pass houses a treasury of blossoms, trees, and migratory birds explicitly discovered in this region. Positioned among a variety of coniferous trees, the mountaintop is house to the Indian blue robin, nutcracker, white-throated tit, and also yellow-billed blue magpie. Bushes of Iris blossoms, ferns and wild roses generally adorn the premises in the area. The remaining fertile location is full of fields of cauliflower, wheat, potatoes and various other vegetables.

How to Reach Jalori Pass

The Jalori pass is most easily accessible from the cities of Delhi, Ambala, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Chandigarh, Amritsar as well as Leh (just during July to October). The nearby airport remains in Bhuntar town of Kullu Manali, regarding 75 kilometres from Shoja. If you choose to travel by rail, Shimla has the closest railway station, from where you should capture a taxi or bus to reach the pass. The best method to reach the pass is through vehicle. Jalori pass has to do with 5 kilometres from the town of Shoja, however the road is rocky and also underdeveloped, making it a 30-min ride with the car.

Best Time to Visit Jalori Pass Trek

Season for this trek is from mid-June to mid-October. In the very early days of the period we will certainly capture a lot of snow on the high passes which reduces substantially by August. As the season proceeds we could capture rain towards Kullu-Manali valley however beyond in Spiti, we will certainly have warm days. Days are normally going to be bright as well as warm (12-20 ° C) while the night temperature at the greatest camping site would be in the series of -2 to 6 ° C. In the latter component of the period (Sep-- mid-Oct) there is very little snow on the trail and great weather throughout yet with opportunity of snowfall. The days are sunny with temperature levels floating around (12-18 ° C) the nights start obtaining chilly with the start of October as well as nights are comparatively colder (- 6 to 4 ° C).