7 Day 6 Night
Lamkhaga pass is a fairly remote trek and is now regarded as the classic route from Gangotri to Kinnaur, which was first crossed by Marco Pallis in 1933. The trek can be done from either side. The beautiful route takes you through some of the most remote areas of Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, like the Jalandhari valley that is covered with flowers post monsoon. The snow in the early season could impede your progress. Harsil is famous for Wilson’s Cottage built in 1864. Gangotri is a short drive from Harsil, while Chitkul is the last village in the Baspa valley.
Chitkul to Dumti - 7 h trek
Dumti to Gundar (4,400 m)- 5-6 h trek
Gundar (4,400 m) to Lamkhaga Pass Base Camp in
Kinnaur (4,800 m) - 6-7 h trek
Kyarkoti to Harsil (2,400 m); drive to Gangnani- 6-7 h
Harsil/Gangnani to Dehradun drive- 7 h