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Hampta Circle Trek (5D/ 4N)

Hampta Circle trek & camping

Trek Grade –Easy 
Group Size –15 (Maximum)
Total Distance to be trekked –28 kms 
Highest Altitude – 3800 mts
Accommodation – Camping on sharing basis


One of the finest trek for beginners, Hampta Circle is a wonderful trek in the laps of the mighty Himalayas. The trek begins from the ridge of the two crowded villages of Kullu Region namely Jagatsukh and Prini. Trek through the Dense Jungle of Oak and Alpine trees. Test your eye to spot various wild animals as well such as Ibex, Monal, Brown Bears, Choughs and many more. The trek also goes through various meadows which offers views of Hanuman Tibba and several other peaks of the Beas Kund Region.


Day 1 - Arrive at Manali, Drive to Jagatsukh Village. Start Trek to Baggi (3 - 5 kms). Overnight stay in a Camps

Meet at Rambaugh Circle, Manali at 8 am where we will proceed towards Jagatsukh Village in our transfer vehicle. From Jagatsukh we will start our trek to Baggi via Bhanara village. Today is the day to climb stairs and more stairs. In about an hour or so you will walk across the lanes of Bhanara village enjoying the stares and smiles from the villagers. You will also come across Apple Orchards and if you get lucky you can pluck one from the tree as well.  After a steep climb from the Bhanara village we will reach our first campsite Baggi.

Day 2: Trek from Baggi to Soratu (5 - 7 kms). Afternoon trek to the Hampta Circle range view point (4 - 6 Kms). Overnight stay in camps

We will start our trek from Baggi heading to our next campsite. While trekking, enjoy the glimpses of Manali city in the midst of mountains. The trek has some open patches where one can rest comfortably for a while. As we gain height by hiking, we will come by a place called Tiligan, which is a water stream with huge boulders. The view from here is mesmerizing as you witness the Pirpanjal range. Hanuman Tibba and Friendship Peak are the major attractions of this point. Pass through the temporary houses made by the Gujjars – local herding community and reach our campsite at Soratu. After finishing our lunch, we will start our trek to view the Hampta Circle Range. Enjoy the stunning view of Hampta Circle Range and descend down to our campsite to spend the night.

Day 3: Trek from Soratu to Jugudu (5 - 7 Kms). Overnight stay in camps.

We will start our beautiful trek today to reach our next campsite at Jugudu. Start climbing towards the direction of Phakonda Range. As you gain height the vegetation reduces drastically which you would observe. Watch the Beas River making its way cutting through valleys of the Himalayas. After a while come across big water stream which you will have to cross. One you cross the stream you will enter the forest of Oak and Rhododendron trees. This forest is hub of various birds and test your eye to recognizing those. Pass through Jungle and after a small descend, reach our campsite of the day.

Day 4: Trek from Jugudu to Kharmidari and Raudikholi Range gain (4 - 6 Kms)

Our trek today will be relatively easy. We will leave from Jugudu, coming out of the Jungle and move towards Kharmidari passing through Gujjar’s Settlements. The settlement view in such a surrounding is beautiful. We will reach our campsite after passing these settlements. Post reaching the campsite, we will head to take a view of Raudikholi range to fill our eyes with the amazing sight. Head back to campsite for dinner and stay.

Day 5: Trek from Kharmidari to Jobri (5 Kms) and drive to Manali.

Today we will descend our way to Jobri. This descend is mainly through Oak and Pine forests. Jobri is actually the starting point of Hampta Pass Trek which is the only connection with Hampta Pass. We will reach Jobri around 4 hours after ogling around the Pine and Oak trees. From Jobri we will head back to Manali in our transfer vehicle.


INR 8250 per adult



● Tents, sleeping bags, (Oximeter, Oxygen cylinders in case of emergency) and well-stocked First Aid kits.
● Necessary Permits
● Depending on route, Comfortable Guesthouses and Home Stays at Base Camps or in High quality tents on triple sharing basis.
● Hygienic food by experienced camping cooks.  Majorly vegetarian food provided.
● Besides Trek Leaders, every batch has sufficient support staff including Local Guides, Cooks and Helpers. Porters too are provided on demand for carrying Personal Rucksack.
● Transportation from Manali to Manali, Transport is being provided in small vehicles or MUV’s to ensure safe ride.


● Personal expense
● Bottled water
● Cost of emergency
● Insurance
● Personal Porter Charges
● Any extra cost incurred due to natural calamities
● Transportation till Manali
● Anything not mentioned in the exclusion & GST 5%

Cancellation and Refund applicable on the tour cost: 

● If cancellation done prior to 15 days of outing 75% will be refunded.
● If cancellation done prior to 10 days of outing 50% will be refunded.
● After that no refund will be provided.


● Trekking Stick / Pole

● Spoon, Tiffin box, Bowl, Tea Cup

● A photocopy of your Identity Proof (Passport / Voter ID Card/ PAN Card/ Aadhar Card/ Driving License).
● Rucksack – If you are offloading your Rucksack, you will need a small Daypack to carry your basic essentials.
● Carry Trekking Shoes and not sports shoes, a Pair of Slip-ons, if required for use at Campsites.
● 2 Water Bottles (1 litre each).
● Woollen or Fleece Gloves and a pair of Waterproof Gloves.
● Cotton socks and Woollen socks (2 pairs each)
● Balaclava, Woollen scarf – If you do not have a Balaclava, you can carry Monkey cap instead
● Thermal Inners
● Fleece Jacket, Snow Jacket or Padded Jacket (1 each)
● Windcheater or Poncho
● 3-4 pairs of Trek Pants
● 2 Collared and Full Sleeved T-shirts – Do not carry loose T-shirts as they tend to make  you feel cold.
● Camera or Binoculars (optional)
● Ready to eat Snacks, Enerzyl Powder or Glucon D Powder – Carry nuts, Dry fruits, Energy Bars to munch on during the trek. They provide instant energy whenever it hits the lower base.
● Cap, Sunglasses - Do ensure that your sunglasses are UV Protected. Do not carry reflectors.
● Headlamp/LED Torch – Mandatory
● Toiletries – Sunscreen, Moisturizer, Light Towel, Lip balm, Wet wipes, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Hand Sanitizer, Mosquito Repellent, if required
● Polythene Bags or Zip-lock Bags – These help to segregate Wet clothes, used Wet wipes or Sanitary napkins on trek
● Any medicines that you normally consume - Please consult your doctor in this regard.


Our (Small Steps Adventures) primary concern is the Safety and Well-being of all the Trekkers.

In pursuance of this responsibility, we have the Right to amend or Cancel this Program due to Weather Conditions or Change from Time to Time due to Personal Health Problems by the Participants.

Small Steps Adventures, will not be responsible for the Weather, Health Related, Political Issues. We ensure you a Memorable Trekking Experience with us.

We always try to give you information about any changes in the Schedule/ Itinerary, if there are any, as soon as possible we receive it. 

If any trekker is cancelling his/ her seat due to personal reasons no refund will be payable in such circumstances.


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