The amazing trek you start did not be finish in Sandakphu. If you want to continue on their blissful trek and reach the breathtaking destination of Phalut the trek will continue from Sandakphu. 21 km from Sandakphu from Phalut. It is the second-highest point, reaching an elevation of 11,811 feet. YOU can also Indrahar Pass Trek.
This small town that shares borders with Nepal, Sikkim, and West Bengal, is a breathtaking example of how traditions of these three nations come together.
While you already had been able to win Sandakphu, my hunger and desire to go forward were not satisfied. Your mind and heart was set on getting to Phalut and then beginning my return. Even though you are not a seasoned hiker, you would certain that it would be worthwhile.
Sandakphu to Phalut
The next day, after arriving in Sandakphu you will began the trek. You chose to head towards Phalut after having a delicious breakfast, and then take amazing pictures of the beautiful blue sky.
Your doubts regarding this trek went away when you will see the first glimpse of the stunning Kanchenjunga when you will start to walk. Since the path on gravel stays at the same altitude for a few minutes The first section is generally easier. This is the section of the trip where you are able to travel slower and also take the time to appreciate the gorgeous landscape around them.
On the entire way you will be able to see the majestic Mt. Everest is just getting ready to rise from the clouds that surround you, and the Kanchenjunga rising in the distance.
The first stop on the route to Phalut is situated 14 km from Sandakphu. Sabargram is a small town located at an altitude of 11,624 feet. The area has a stunning panoramic view. The views across Sandakphu to Sabargram is breathtaking but it’s even more stunning from this small village. To be able to continue along the route of Phalut the next day, hikers often stay the night in this hamlet. In Sabargram there are plenty of campers who pitch their tents. Professional trekkers usually don’t stop and finish the entire hike between Sabargram through Phalut in one day. However, decide to remain at the forest hut as you will feel drained of energy after the five hour trek to Sandakphu up to Sabargram.
You will be inspired to finish the trek after waking the next day to a delicious breakfast. Quickly had your breakfast before continuing the trek , with just 7 km to go.
It is required to go north on the trail from Sabargram and then turn left after the track split in two directions.
Since the road takes a sharp turn, this part of the trip requires some patience and understanding. The climb to Phalut starts the zigzag pattern on the roadway.
The famous Trekkers Hut, which marks the route, will be informed that Phalut was just twenty-five minutes from me.
You had to challenge yourself in the final stretch to motivate yourself. While the beautiful surroundings and the stunning beauty of nature helped keep me focused however, the climb uphill is definitely challenging.
You will finally reach to the top of Phalut after an hour and half hour, in a state of exhaustion as you gaze at the small flat, grassy area which is devoid of vegetation. You awestruck by the stunning view of the long and costly expanse of snow-covered peaks as you turn around to take a look.
You will begin your descent on an unpaved path leading towards Rammam through a forest. Gorkey was the very first destination on the route. The hike is distinguished by stunning forests that include pines, bamboo, and chestnut trees, before reaching Gorky. This stunning trail is the perfect way to reenergize your senses before going further. While you will continue your way, you will be awed by the fresh air and breathtaking splendor of the forests.
There are several alternatives to take and all of them require crossing some waterways. However, you would stayed clear of the shortcuts since you wanted to experience the whole trek.
You will continue to walk until you reach the gorgeous Rammam river which acts as the border between Sikkim. This river runs through a stunning Samandeen meadow. The location has earned it the title “second Switzerland” due to its beauty and natural beauty.
An unbeatable view and will remain in the memory of the beholder is the most delicious thing. Sandakphu taught me the importance of viewing mountains more than just taking a drive from point A to point B in a vehicle to visit. They require hiking and walking. The real value of these places will only will be obvious. The location would light up an aspect of your soul maybe for the rest of your life and even until the day you come back. Its peace, tranquil in a void, unending vistas of pure breeze, bright sun, the opera of shimmering white clouds, serene vegetation, mountain climate and all the other aspects of the location would accomplish this.