Ghepan Ghat Trek

Max Altitude

4140 m




5 Days - 4 Nights

Trekking KM.

14 km

Per Person

Base camp : Manali



5 Days - 4 Nights

Max Group Size


Max Altitude

4140 m



Trek Description

Ghepan Ghat Trek: A Wonderful Adventure Through the Himalayan Foothills. Nestled in the picturesque state of Uttarakhand, the Ghepan Ghat Trek is an ideal escape for trekkers seeking a peaceful getaway in the lap of nature. This 5-day trek offers stunning views of the Himalayan foothills, lush green forests, and quaint villages, making it a must-do for all adventure enthusiasts.

Day wise Details and Description

Day 1: Drive from Manali to Sissu

Arrive in Manali on your own; transportation to a village in Sissu will be arranged. The road takes you across the highest motorable pass in the world, the "Rohtang Pass," passing past Beas temple on the way.

Day 2: Sissu to trailhead

After breakfast, go to Kathmandu's Tribhuvan Domestic Airport for a flight to Lukla. You can fly there in half an hour and have one of the finest flying experiences because it travels through valleys, mountain ranges, and lovely villages.

Day 3: Camp 1 to Camp 2

Today, enter the picturesque deserted green valley. The initial trek involves river crossing and ahead the trail is a series of inclines and declines.

Day 4: Camp 2 to Ghepan Ghat

Start the trek to Ghepan Ghat, first part of the trek is rocky ascent over a ridge. Descend and come across the verdant levelled clearing through which a rivulet flows. Ahead on the trail witness small stone huts of shepherds which are used in summers. Walk alongside the river and cross rock ridges. Reach the last ridge and Ghepan Ghat welcomes you, ice chunks can be seen floating here and there.

Day 5: Camp 2 to Sissu

After breakfast, begin the ascent from Namche Bazaar to Kyangjuma, a tiny settlement with spectacular views of Ama Dablan (6856 m), Thamserku (6808 m), and Katenga (6685 m).

Things To Carry

  • Warm clothes, including a jacket, gloves, and a cap
  • Good quality trekking shoes
  • A raincoat or poncho
  • A backpack with a waterproof cover
  • A water bottle and a hydration pack
  • Sunglasses and sunscreen lotion
  • Personal toiletries and medicines
  • A camera to capture the stunning views

TRIP Inclusions

When booking a trek, it's important to understand what is included in the package to ensure you have everything you need for your adventure. Here are some common inclusions to look out for:


Hotel, Camps, Resorts


Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners


Public bus, Taxi, Train, Tram, Metro

TRIP Exclusion

While it's important to understand what is included in a trip, it's equally important to understand what is not included. Here are some common exclusions to be aware of when booking a trip:

Personal Insurance

Medical Certificate

Personal Medicine kit

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