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Pick-up point: - Lakkar Bazaar, Barot, Himachal Pradesh Within 5Km
Drop-off point: - Dhalpur Ground, Dhalpur, Kullu, Himachal Paradesh Within 5Km
||Per day (1500 Rupees) Per 10 kg.||Personal porter|
||Per day (2000 Rupees) per 50 kg.||Personal pony|
Dehnser is in Douladhar range of Himalaya. It is a fresh water lake. this route is using by shepherd. lots of Attractions are here like river, High altitude mountain, waterfall, forest, wiled mushroom in monsoon, many different tips of natural herbs,beautiful small streams of running water, landscape in mountains, local traditional Home village, shepherd and there sheep, goats and their shelter. A centuries area of Himalayan animal and bird. animal like bear, Ibex, leopard, wolfs, etc. bird like western tragopan,Himalayan Monal, and many more. A lots of small stream is here in this trek. and the Torut fish in those stream. Many different types of flowers in jungle while you trekking.you can see many small lakes in the mountains during trekking and many more. We can't describe nature and it's beauty by word but you can feel it when you will in nature.
Barot, a village originally developed in 1920s for Shanan Hydel Project, Barot was difficult to access until 1975, when a road was opened. Barot is situated at the bank of the Uhl river, Dehnasar Lake Trek also called daynasar, danesar, denaser lake, dehensar lake, diana lake is one of the highest lakes in Dhauladhar. It is located at an elevation of 4250 Mts. on the foot hill of Ghora Lotnu Peak. This lake like other lakes of Outer Himalaya is held very sacred for the local people. This trek is one of the finest treks that passes through very scenic places and valleys of Chhotabhangal; the tribal region of Himalayas. Dehnasar/ Danesar Lake has a circumference of about 800 metres. This lake is visited by devotees of the Lord Shiva to take a holy dip in the sacred water for fulfillment of their desires. This pilgrimage comes after the Manimahesh Yatra. Sari-Pass needs to be crossed from Barot to visit Danser Lake. Which mesmerizes you with sheer magnificence, Sari Pass shows the untouched beauty of the Himachal Himalayas with lush green jungles and glaciers. you get the jungle, river, landscape, lakes. high altitude mountain, fresh river trout fish, glaciers, shepherd and their shelter, many different types of plants, etc.
Arrive in Barot
First Day on Trek
Second Day of Trek
Third Day of Trek
Fourth Day of Trek
Teun to Kullu
1 .Accommodation for 1 night at gest house in Barot valley. Twin sharing basis and rest nights in dome tents during trek.
2 Highly Advanced, qualified and experience trekking guide, cook, helper and
other staff for trekking.
3 Meals as mentioned in food itinerary.
4 Transport till road end form Barot valley.
5 First add kit with portable oxygen cylinder.
6 Tents on sharing basis, Sleeping bags, Sleeping Mattress, Sleeping bag
Inner and torch.
7 ponies to carry extra luggage like ration, kitchen tents,shearing tent toilet tents etc.
8 While on trek all meals will be provided. Meals will be freshly prepared and will be a mix of Indian, Chinese.
1 Arrival and departure transport.
2 Personal expenses such as table drinks, rooms services items, laundry,
telephone calls, tips, etc.
3 Liability for or insurance against injury, loss of life, accidents or loss of goods.
4 Personal Porters for carrying trekker’s backpacks.
5 Personal trekking equipment's – like trekking poles or sleeping bag liners.
6 Any charges for carrying still/video cameras etc.
7 Monument entry fee if any.
8 Travel insurance.
9 Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances like landslides, road blocks, bad weather, etc.
Road Conditions for Delhi – Barot – Chindi – Delhi
Following is the breakdown of road conditions for the Barot Road trip:
Delhi – Karnal – Ambala – Chandigarh – Ropar: Excellent, smooth sailing
Ropar – Swarghat: Very Poor roads with big potholes
Swarghat – Bilaspur: Poor roads at most places with a noisy and bumpy ride
Bilaspur – Sundernagar: Overall Average road conditions
Sundernagar – Mandi: Good
Mandi – Ghatsani (on Manali – Mandi – Pathankot Highway): Mostly Good but at places narrow roads
Ghatsani – Tikkan – Barot: Bad roads mostly. At places quite steep incline and decline forcing 1st gear only
Sundernagar – Jaidevi – Rohanda (SH – 13) – Chindi: Mix of average and good roads.
Chindi – Tattapani – Naldhera – Sunni – Mashorba: Mostly very good roads barring only a few stretches. Very scenic too.
Mashorba – Shimla – Kandaghat – Solan – Parwanoo – Ambala: Mostly Excellent, smooth sailing
Ambala – Karnal – Panipat – Sonipat – Delhi: Excellent, smooth sailing barring few diversions.
NH 21 there is A station is Ghatasni which is connect Barot to national highway. Ghatasni is situated between Joginder nagar and Mandi .
Barot is situated about 25 km off the National Highway 20 (NH-20), also known as Mandi – Pathankot Highway. The road to Barot cuts from Ghatasni. and goes through Jhatingiri – Tikkan Villages.
If your travel starts from Delhi, the distance is about 530 km and the travel time will be approximately 14 hours if the climate and road conditions are seemingly fair.
One of the most comfortable and direct route to reach Barot from Delhi is given below Delhi –> Ambala –> Chandigarh –> Kiratpur Sahib –> Swarghat –> Bilaspur –> Mandi –> Ghatasni –> Jhatingiri –> Tikkan –> Barot
The Mandi-Pathankot Highway (NH-20) stretching from Mandi to Ghatasni is in vogue with travelers these days. The roads leading to Barot are however steep, and at places, you cannot go above first gear. The condition of the roads requires a little experience in driving on hills.
The closest railway station is at Joginder Nagar and there is a narrow-gauge railway line connecting Joginder Nagar to Pathankot. When traveling from Delhi, here’s the route: Delhi – Pathankot (480KM) and the narrow gauge track from Pathankot – Joginder Nagar (153KM). From Joginder Nagar to Ghatasni (14 KM) and then to Barot (25 KM), shall be covered by road.
Barot is 127 km from Bhuntar Airport near Kullu. You can also reach Barot from Gaggal airport near Kangra, approximate distance is 97 km. It is suggested to keep a check on flights on the websites from time to time as the frequency of flights is really low due to unpredictable climatic conditions at these places.