6,506 f
4,323 f
4.48 mi

Viewed 444 times, downloaded 4 times

near Ropa, Himachal Pradesh (India)

Jalsu Pass at 3450m in the Dhauladhar mountains is an outcast. The Dhauladhars have a peculiar topography. Although mostly composed of granite, the flanks of the range exhibit frequent formations of slate (often used for the roofs of houses in the region), limestone and sandstone. Ascending from any side is a difficult affair, given the near vertical incline. Yet, Jalsu Pass with its easy to moderate approach and rolling lush meadow exhibit none of this ruggedness. Locals, shepherds and trekkers regard this as the easiest and the most languid way across the Dhauladhars. It is also the westernmost pass across the Dhauladhars that links Kangra and Chamba districts in Himachal Pradesh.
Trek Log Part 1 -

View more external

Binwa Colony Bus Stand. Starting/Ending point for Jalsu Pass Trek. www.inditramp.com
Bench www.inditramp.com
Boulder www.inditramp.com
Bridge www.inditramp.com
Water Point www.inditramp.com
Shelter www.inditramp.com
Water Point www.inditramp.com
Roofless Shelter www.inditramp.com
View Point over Kangra Valley www.inditramp.com
leaving trail here for photography. Talking road. www.inditramp.com
Meet Trail www.inditramp.com
Bakluddu www.inditramp.com


    You can or this trail