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Enjoy the Himalayas above 3000 m in an easy way


You are thinking about going on a very easy, yet breathtaking trek in the Himalayas.
Starting from Jalori pass near the Tirthan valley could be a very nice option, especially with Himalayan Ecotourism, as we are so good in taking you into the wild Himalayas with ease, comfort and safety.

The place has a lot to offer. Day hikes, 2 to 4 day treks, easy camping in the wild. All these for the first-timers, bird-watchers, stargazers, or those who simply want to enjoy snow and other mountain pleasures.

Tell us about your plans, your physical fitness, your previous experience if any, and we will let you know what is best for you.

In this page you will find itineraries for treks to Serolsar lake and Bajah peak. Those you want to hike for a single day or those who wants to camp near Jalori pass you can follow these links : Day hikes and Camping in the wild around the Jalori pass.

Jalori pass treks features

Duration of your trek  

Day-min : The minimum number of days required for the trek
Day-max : The maximum number of days you can spend on this trek. Prolonged itinerary can be discussed with our team.
AWTD : Average walking time per day (<3 : easy, 3 to 5 : moderate, >5 : strenuous)

Altitudes of your trek  

Min : Minimum altitude of your trek.
Max : Maximum altitude of your trek.
Ascent : The difference of altitude between the trek starting point and the highest point of the trek.
Descent : The difference of altitude between the highest point of the trek and the trek ending point.

Difficulty of your trek  

Stamina : The physical effort involved during your trek. Rated from 0 (easiest) to 100 (most strenuous). If you have an average fitness you can consider all the treks up to 50. See here for more details
Technical : Difficulty of your trek in terms of exposure to danger and required experience.
  0 to 20 : No difficulties,
  20 to 40 : Walking on good mountain trails,
  40 to 60 : Some walking on difficult mountain trails (steep slopes, rocks, etc.),
  60 to 80: You are exposed to some dangers (void, snow, falling rocks, etc.),
  80 to 100 : Experience required (please inquire).
Overall : Average between Stamina and Technical rating.


Serolsar lake

Altitudes

Min
3140 m
Max
3200 m
Ascent
150 m
Descent
150 m

Difficulty

Stamina
25/100
Technical
15/100
Overall
20/100


Bajah top

Duration

AWTD
3.5 hours

Altitudes

Min
3140 m
Max
3590 m
Ascent
550 m
Descent
550 m

Difficulty

Stamina
50/100
Technical
50/100
Overall
50/100


Jalori pass trek map

Jalori pass treks map near Tirthan valley

Trekking trails around the Jalori pass

Located above 3000 m elevation, the Jalori pass allows you to enjoy high altitude scenery and ecosystems.



Jalori pass - camping and easy hikes


You have only a day or even half a day ? Try one of the day hike that we offer from Jalori pass :

Follow this link for more information.

You are interested in camping in the Himalayas leisurely ? Try our Easy camping in the wild.

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Jalori pass - Trek itineraries


Serolsar lake and peak in 2 days
   Although you can go to the Serolsar lake in one day, you may prefer to camp near the lake to have plenty of time to enjoy this unique place.
Day 1 Jalori (3140 m) to Serolsar (3200 m)
The trek starts from Jalori pass that you can easily reach with a car from the Tirthan valley.
Initially, the path is jeepable and is almost flat. Thereafter the trail gets narrower and it starts going slightly down through a beautifull forest of Golden oaks. Then it continues going upward but gently up to the Serolsar lake.
You have several options for camping near the lake. Ask your guide to advise you.
Spend your evening by the bonfire under a stary sky.
Day 2 Serolsar to Jalori or to Sajwar (2600m)
After your breakfast you can either enjoy the surroundings or you can decide to go for a short hike to the Serolsar peak (2 - 3 hours return trip).
The peak offers a amazing view of the Great Himalayan National Park.
Come back to the lake where you can have your lunch. You reach Jalori pass in two hours.
Alternatively you can go down toward the Sajwar village up to the road (2600 m). The timing is similar compared to the Jalori pass option.
Bajah top in 3 days
   An appealing mountain objective in only 3 days. Much more challenging than the easy Serolsar lake, but you could target the quite easy Serolsar top.
Day 1 Jalori (3140 m) to Serolsar (3200m)
The trek starts from Jalori pass that you can easily reach with a car from the Tirthan valley.
Initially, the path is jeepable and is almost flat. Thereafter the trail gets narrower and it starts going slightly down through a beautifull forest of Golden oaks. Then it continues going upward but gently up to the Serolsar lake.
You have several options for camping near the lake. Ask your guide to advise you.
Spend your evening by the bonfire under a stary sky.
Day 2 Serolsar to Bajah (3590 m) and back
Have a good breakfast before you start the long way to Bajah.
You need to reach the Serolsar top first (3450 m) which is a great destination in itself if you don't feel like going further today.
Continue on the flat ridge northeastward. Suddenly you need to descent a steep slope. It stops descending at the foot of the climb to the Bajah peak.
Follow the path that goes to the Lambri top until it leaves to ridge leading to the summit. The forest on your right ends ? It is time to continue straight to the summit, without any path expect the natural ridge of the mountain, like an adventurer !
Enjoy reaching the summmit !
Get back to the camp before darkness.
Day 3 Serolsar to Jalori or to Sajwar (2600m)
After your breakfast you can take time to enjoy the surroundings.
You reach Jalori pass in two hours.
Alternatively you can go down toward the Sajwar village up to the road (2600 m). The timing is similar compared to the Jalori pass option.
Bajah top in 4 days
   Same program than the one in 3 days with an extra night near a small mountain river to refresh yourself ! A great mix of trekking and relaxing holidays.
Day 1 Jalori (3140 m) to Serolsar (3200m)
The trek starts from Jalori pass that you can easily reach with a car from the Tirthan valley.
Initially, the path is jeepable and is almost flat. Thereafter the trail gets narrower and it starts going slightly down through a beautifull forest of Golden oaks. Then it continues going upward but gently up to the Serolsar lake.
You have several options for camping near the lake. Ask your guide to advise you.
Spend your evening by the bonfire under a stary sky.
Day 2 Serolsar to Bajah (3590 m) and back
Have a good breakfast before you start the long way to Bajah.
You need to reach the Serolsar top first (3450 m) which is a great destination in itself if you don't feel like going further today.
Continue on the flat ridge northeastward. Suddenly you need to descent a steep slope. It stops descending at the foot of the climb to the Bajah peak.
Follow the path that goes to the Lambri top until it leaves to ridge leading to the summit. The forest on your right ends ? It is time to continue straight to the summit, without any path expect the natural ridge of the mountain, like an adventurer !
Enjoy reaching the summmit !
Get back to the camp before darkness.
Day 3 Serolsar to a campsite near Sajwar (2600m)
It is a short day hike today. You start whenever you feel like
This day is to literally chill out.
The campsite that we have selected for you this evening is very comfortable and has a small river in which you can have bath.
Enjoy the evening with your staff for the last night of this trek.
Day 4 Campsite to Sajwar (2650 m)
Decide with your guide what you want to do this morning : enjoy the river? visit the Sajwar village? to see a local temple?
After the lunch, our vehicle comes to deliver you from the wild Himalayas !.


Jalori pass - photos


Jalori pass treks and hikes

Serolsar lake

A massive boulder overlooking the Serolsar lake

Jalori pass treks and hikes

Mountain peace

You need only one hour walking to find this peacefull spot

Jalori pass treks and hikes

Near Serolsar

A large group camping near the lake with Himalayan Ecotourism

Jalori pass - treks and hikes

Serolsar temple

The temple for the holi lake with Bajah top in the background

Jalori pass - treks and hikes

Serolsar top

The climb between the Serolsar lake and Serolsar top

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Camping

The classic camping site near Serolsar lake

Jalori pass - treks and hikes

Bajah top

The Bajah top with the Great Himalayan National Park in the background

Jalori pass - treks and hikes

From Serolsar top

Reaching Serolsar top is only an easy step on the way to Bajah

Jalori pass - treks and hikes

Trekkers

The group is enjoying the trek in this very nice autumn season

Jalori pass - treks and hikes

The climb

The climb toward Bajah just before leaving the path going to Lambri

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The summit

Contemplating the Himalayan range near the summit of Bajah

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Meet yourself

Trek to Bajah and come back completely transformed








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