Kundli Pass Kuvarasi Trek

Kundli Pass Kuvarasi

Description- A rarely used shepherd trail over one of the highest Dhauladhar passes, leading to the home of the Gaddi tribe in Bharmour


Look out for- Wilderness all over the Southern side, possible sighting of bears, bushy and rocky trails, breathtaking views of the Kangra valley from Bakluddu, hig Pir Panjals from Kundli Pass.


Start Point – Sidhbari (N32 11.097 E76 22.074, 1151 mts), District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India


End Point – Hilling (N32 21.668 E76 29.104, 1980 mts), District Chamba, Jammu and Kashmir, India


Highest Point – Kundli Pass (N32 16.734 E76 24.816, 4528 mts)


Lowest Point – Sidhbari, District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India


Difficulty Level – Hard: High pass with no trail, pass day mostly includes walking/jumping/climbing over huge boulders.


No of days – 5-6




Dhauladhars in Sunshine

Dhauladhars in Sunshine




Sample Itinerary


Day Start Point End Point Stay Options

1 Sidhbari Chakke ka Nahar Rock Overhang, Huts

2 Chakke ka Nahar Haudi ki Goth Camp Site, Rock Overhang

3 Haudi ki Goth Bakluddu Rock Overhang, Camp Site

4 Bakluddu Galod Dhar Camp Site

5 Galod Dhar Kuvarasi Camp site, village, temple rooms

6 Kuvarasi Hilling Chamba, Bharmour, Holi





Trek Profile


Trek Elevation Profile

Trek Elevation Profile


Attached aside is an elevation profile of this trek. The X Axis of the graph shows the horizontal distance while the Y Axis shows the elevation. All the major waypoints on the trek have been plotted on this graph along with their elevations. The distance between waypoints along with the approximate ‘moving time’ between each waypoint has also been provided. This assumes a moderate walking pace with no stops at all.

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