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SachPass – Connecting Killar and Kishtwar

Sach Pass is the Pass situated in Chamba Distt. Of Himachal Pradesh, having altitude of 4900m above sea level. Throughout the year it is covered with snow, as it has more height than Rohtang Pass.

Sach Pass the most dangerous road to drive on and known as the death road of Himalayas. It’s on list of every road tripper who loves to drive on himalayas and live the life of adventure. Sach Pass opens up  in June end and connects Killar and Kishtwar. Every biker and enthusiast must try this in his or her life once. You feel like in heaven once you reach the top. Once you are there you will like one has got all the reward for their efforts.

Sach Pass

Sach Pass actively connects the beautiful Pangi Valley of Himachal Pradesh to the rest of Himachal Pradesh. Pangi Valley has its own ancient history. According to a mythology the Emperor of Chamba state vanish the most dangerous criminals of their state to the Pangi Valley via Sach Pass. Once the criminals those who had reached here were never able to go back to their state, and after few centuries Pangi valley believed to develop in the past.

Killar is the headquarter of Pangi Valley and is situated on the bank of Chenab river. Chenab river before entering to Chamba distt. It is known as Chandrabhaga river in Lahul Spiti. Chandrabhaga river is also made by two river i.e. Chandra which is originated from Chandratal lake in Spiti Valley and Bhaga is originated from Surajtal lake in Lahaul Valley.

This valley shares its bounderies with the nearest state J&K, nearest distt. Lahaul Spiti. Now Pangi is facilitated with 3 ways road, 1st one connects Pangi Valley to Lahul Spiti via Udaipur, 2nd one connects Pangi Valley to Chamba Distt. Via Sach Pass, and the 3rd one connects this valley to J&K state via Kishtwar Distt.


Pangi Valley has its own Helipad, which is often used during winters or in any emergencies, because it takes more time to reach Pangi Valley through road. The roads here are not in good conditions. Its adventurous as well as thrilling journey by road especially in the bus.

Pangi Valley is beautiful as its owns but its villages like Bhaturi, SechuNala, Sech, Mindhal etc. are also beautiful.

You may have seen a lot of videos on Pangi Valley shooted by different tourists. In reality it is much more thrilling than seen on any video.

If you are ready to have a trip to Sach Pass and want to explore the Pangi Valley its never late, check the guts right now.

Day 1st Chandigarh to Manali

Via Roopnagar, Bilaspur, Sundernagar, Mandi, Bhuntar, Kullu, Manali

Boating in Govindsagar Lake, Sightseeing of Pandoh Dam Lake

Lunch at Mandi/Sundernagar, Dinner and night halt at Manali

Day 2nd Manali to Udaipur

Via Rohtang Pass, Koksar, Tandi, Keylong, Trilokinath, Udaipur

Breakfast at Madhi, lunch at Keylong, Teabreak at Trilokinath Night stay and dinner at Udaipur.

Day 3rd Udaipur to SechuNala (Pangi Valley)

This is the one of thrilling journey on this road, as the road is very narrow, curves, slopes are really able to shock anyone’s heart. Aprox. 140 kms traveling on this day. with local sightseeing. Night stay at Sechunala in camping site.

Day 4th SechuNala-Kilar-Bhaturi

Local sightseeing of headquarter Kilar Market, Mindhal Mata Temple, Nag Devta Temple, banking of Chinab river, night stay at Bhaturi village in camping site.

Day 5th Bhaturi to Chamba Via Sach Pass.

This is the most thrilling one part of this route, aprox. 10 – 12 hours of journey on this day. Covering the snowy mountains of the Sach Pass and surroundings. Night stay at Chamba.

Day 6th Chamba to Chandigarh

Covering  Khajjiar, Dalhousie, Banikhet, Kangra Forte and many more.

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