Chasak Bhatori Trek
Chasak Bhatori is the only Bhatori (villages dwelled by Bhots/Buddhists) among the five in Pangi valley that is not connected with a road.
To reach Chasak bhatori, one has to walk a distance of 6 kms from Chasak, the last village with road connectivity on this route. It takes around 2½ to 3 hours on an average pace for this hike. On the other end of the trek, Chasak Bhatori offers a Gumpha (Monastery) along with gorgeous views of snow-capped mountains, glaciers, high-altitude meadows and forest patches. At times, one can even sight some rare wild animals and birds here. Chasak Bhatori offers other trek routes for serious trekkers who want to go for longer duration of trek.
Highlights of the program
- Scenic beauty on the other end
- Chance to encounter rare animals and birds
- 3-hour trek from the road
- Other possible trek routes for the serious trekkers