Sach Pass – The World’s Deadliest Road

A piece of one of the most established oldest routes of  Himachal Pradesh, The Sach Pass is tucked away in the Pir-Panjal ranges of the Himalayas in the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh. The pass connects Pangi and Lahaul valleys with the Chamba valley. Sach Pass at a rise of 4,500 meters goes about as a scaffold between Pangi Valley and Chamba. Apparently Pangi valley is considered as one of the remotest locales in Himachal Pradesh. The Sach Pass Trek, which is one of the high treks in Himachal Pradesh, has figured out how to keep up its fame among trekkers. It’s an extraordinary odyssey that sets out upon ghastly turns and strenuous tracks and enhances with the unexploited nature, which is circled with snow-clad mountains framing a silver skyline corresponding to the immaculate blue sky. Further, the excursion is weighed with the customary shades of the remote towns that are roosted in the mountains. Sach Pass trekking trail drives you through lavish green scenes, glaciated tracks, plantations, mumbling streams, thick woods, old sanctuaries, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Trekking here is one of the boldest and nerve shivering encounters. 

The Sach Pass Trek, is one of the snow-capped treks in the Indian Himalayan belt, requires some genuine acclimatization and wellness and subsequently, it is suggested distinctly for experienced trekkers who are having related knowledge of high elevation trekking. The best time to hit the tracks is during the Indian summer season.


Best Time to Visit Sach Pass Trek

The pass is open from June-July to mid-October at the same time, the greatest month to visit it, in September. Despite the fact that in June, locating the snow is bounty yet the streets might be in pitiful conditions. July-August is the hour of the overwhelming storm in the district with tremendous prospects of land-slides and downpours in this way, better jump on to the excursion in September and complete before October, which is when the temperature dips under zero and no indication of human presence can be seen in the territory.

How to Reach Sach Pass Trek?

Via Air: 

The closest air terminal is the ‘Gaggal’ or the ‘Dharamsala-Kangra’ air terminal corresponding to flights from Delhi, Chandigarh, and Kullu. From Dharamsala, private cabs, state-run transports, and private Volvo transports can be reserved to reach Chamba and consequently, 

By Rail: 

The closest railroad station is the ‘Chakki Bank’ station in Pathankot that is associated with different significant urban communities like Delhi and Chandigarh. From the railroad station, private cabs, state-run transports or private transports can be procured up to Dharamsala or straightforwardly to Chamba.

By Road: 

Volvo transports and Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) transports consistently employ from Delhi, Chandigarh and other neighboring states to Dharamshala and Chamba. 


Best places  to visit Nearby:


Bairagarh is a Village in Tisa Tehsil in Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh State, Bairagarh town is the keep going enormous town on way to approach Sach Pass at 4400 m that connects Chamba with Pangi Valley along with Chandrabhaga river. This street is motorable during a reasonable climate in summer with customary transport services. 

 On the contrary bank at around 2500 m is Killar the fundamental town of Pangi valley which is likewise the seat of the workplace of Additional District Commissioner.


Killar is the administrative headquarters of the Pangi Valley. It is at an elevation of 8500 feet above the ocean level. It is around 159 km from Chamba by means of Sach Pass and 130 km from Keylong. The roads here are intense regardless of which course you take. You should begin an excursion early. Hope to hustle during that time regardless of whether you are not driving yourself. Not many individuals talk about Killar. Bikers ordinarily take up the outing since it is said to be the most hazardous road in the world.  You can see waterfalls of different shapes and sizes. The most remarkable one is Mahaku Nala. It frames an awe-inspiring waterfall just on the edges of the town.

Pangi Valley

Pangi valley is one of the most remote, rough and ineffectively created areas in Chamba District of Himachal Pradesh. It is at an elevation of 7,000 feet to 11,000 feet above the ocean level. The view is brilliant and overwhelming. Nature shows up in her most stunning and most amazing states of mind. 

Everything is on an amazing scale. The lower ranges are brimming with grass inclines that are rich with thick woods of pine and cedar. The higher reaches are radiant heaps of endless day off. These mountains have an elevation of 18,000 to 21,000 feet over the ocean level. After not many miles the explorer arrives at the outperforming magnificence.

Pangi valley is closed for six to eight months because of overwhelming snowfall. It is situated between Pir Panjal and the Greater Himalayan Zanskar ranges. During summer get to is given through a few passes. That is a test for genuine trekkers.

Itinerary for Sach Pass

  • Day 1: Delhi to Chamba/Dalhousie
  • Day 2: Chamba to Bairagarh to Sach Pass
  • Day 3: Killar to Sach Pass to / Chamba
  • Day 4: Chamba / Dalhousie to Delhi

Following this plan, your travel on Day 1 from Delhi to Dalhousie or Chamba, a night stay at Chamba. The only difference is that on Day 2, move towards Bairagarh to Sach pass, you will cross Sach over and reach Killar for a night stay. On Day 3, you will cross over Sach again and either come back to stay at Chamba; This will also reduce your travel time on Day 4 to return back.

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