Kali Cho Pass Trek

Max Altitude

4990 m




10 Days - 9 Nights

Trekking KM.

70 km

Per Person

Base camp : Pathankot



10 Days - 9 Nights

Max Group Size


Max Altitude

4990 m



Trek Description

Nestled in the heart of the Himalayas, the Kali Cho Pass Trek is a popular trekking destination that offers breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains, glistening glaciers, and verdant valleys. This trek is ideal for those who seek an adventurous and challenging journey, as it requires trekking through remote and rugged terrain. The Kali Cho Pass Trek is a 10-day trek that starts from the beautiful hill station of Dalhousie in Himachal Pradesh. The trek takes you through the picturesque Chamba Valley, which is known for its pristine beauty and traditional way of life. The trek then leads you through dense forests, alpine meadows, and glistening streams, all while offering stunning views of the Himalayan range.

Day wise Details and Description

Day 1: Pathankot to Dalhousie

The transportation will be organised from Pathankot to Dahousie, a picturesque hill station in the Chamba area.

Day 2: Dalhousie – Kalatop – Khajiyar – Bharmour

After breakfast, proceed to Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary to enjoy the region before continuing to Khajiyar. Eat lunch on route, then begin your walk to Bharmour through Chamba. Arrive to the hotel and check in.

Day 3: Bharmour to Bharmani Mata temple and back (6 km)

Breakfast first, then head to Bharmani Mata shrine with a packed lunch. The temple is located on the hill, 3 kilometres from Bharmour. Return to Bharmour after Darshan and spending time there, and spend the night there.

Day 4: Bharmour to Badgram and Bhadra

Post breakfast leave for Badgram in pre booked vehicle. The trek starts from Badgram to Bhadra, the distance is 5 km which can be covered in 4 to 5 hours. Bhadra is the last village on trail and a perfect place to stay. Spend your night here.

Day 5: Bhadra to Leundi

Leave Bhadra village and hike 12 kilometres to Leundi. The trek is simple, although there are some steep areas and some creeks to contend with. A modest temple dedicated to Goddess Bhadrakali may be seen at Leundi. Leundi, make your way through the deep woodland and open fields to your camping location. Set up your campers here and call it a day.

Day 6: Leundi to Bansar Goth

Today walk through the rough trails to reach Bansar Gothh. The inclines are steep and ahead you will be crossing some streams at couple of places. Bansar Goth is named after Banni Mata and locals believe that it is the place of Goddess Banni’s incarnation. Enjoy staying here for the night.

Day 7: Bansar Goth to Alyas Lahesh

After breakfast in Bansar Goth, begin gently ascending to Alyas. Alyas, also known as Lahesh in the local language, are the base ground of passes or the campgrounds found on both sides of the passes. Rest there and recharge your batteries for tomorrow's hike to Kali Cho Pass.

Day 8: Alyas to Kali Cho Pass and back

Start the day young around 4:00 am and proceed to Kalicho Pass if the weather is good. Walking on frozen snow is easier then walking on fresh snow. We have to reach the pass early because weather conditions can change anytime.

Day 9: Alyas to Trilokinath (10 km) and drive to Udaipur

After breakfast, descend the steep Nallah route from Alyas to Trilokinath temple. Visit this well-known temple, rest for a while, and then proceed to the river. Cross it to get to the major highway in Udaipur.

Day 10: Udaipur to Manali via Keylong

Visit the Mirkla Mata temple in Udaipur go to Keylong, Dist. Headquarter of Lahaul. From here move to Manali via Rohtang Pass.

Things To Carry

  • Trekking shoes
  • Warm clothes
  • Raincoat/Poncho
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen lotion
  • Sunglasses
  • Torch
  • Personal medication (if any)
  • Backpack

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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