Timings : 24 hours
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Sach Pass, a mountain pass that runs over the Pir Panjal Mountain range, at the height of 4500 meters, connects Dalhousie with Chamba and Pangi Valleys. At a distance of 150 kilometres away from Dalhousie, it is one of the most difficult passes to cross in North India. Adventure seekers often visit the Sach Pass (when it is open) to experience the thrill of riding a bike or driving a car through it. For those who don't want to take any risks can hire an experienced driver to explore the breathtaking pass. It is a preferred route for locals to reach Chamba or Pangi valleys, and is a famous point for trekking from Dalhousie.
This pass plays an important role in the region as it is the shortest route to Killar and has helped reduce the travel distance between Pathankot and Leh. Hence, even the Indian Army uses Sach Pass extensively. The region receives heavy snowfall, and the pass needs to be cleared every day of the winter season. It has enormous snow walls that stretch till the end of the route. The panoramic view of the natural landscape - the valleys and the mountain peaks, from the pass, is a breathtaking sight. Sach Pass is a perfect getaway for nature lovers, photographers and adventure seekers and must be on your list of places to visit.
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