About the Bhrigu Lake Trek:
Bhrigu Lake is a high-altitude glacial lake, perched at a height of 14,100 ft, thus catering to a perfect place for some mind-blowing adventure and thrills. Bhrigu Lake Trek in Manali is one of the most captivating short treks in the Himalayas and it greets you to witness high altitude alpine lake, the verdant meadows, and everything that your heart has yearned for.
The mesmerizing lake has its own majestic beauty as it changes its colours with each passing season. In late summer, it changes its color to emerald green and in summers it turns its beauty to blue which is a fascinating sight for the eyes to behold.
This 4-day Bhrigu Lake trek takes you through unparalleled breathtaking views of Seven Sister Peaks, Deo Tibba, Indrasan, Hanuman Tibba, the outstretched Pir Panjal ranges which will soothe your senses and make you content with unbounded natural beauty.
Bhrigu Trek Quick Facts:
- Bhrigu LakeTrek Distance: 26 km
- Bhrigu LakeTrek Height:14,100 ft
- Trekking Gradient: Steep ascent throughout the trail
- Bhrigu Lake Trek Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate
- Start Point/End Point of Trip: Old Manali
- Start Time/End Time: The trek starts at 10:00 AM (Day 1) and ends around 2:00 PM (Day 4).
About the Beas Kund Trek:
Embark on an enthralling trekking expedition with this Beas Kund Trek that lets you traverse through the lush green grasslands and tall mountains of this scenic location, Manali. Soothe your senses with the views of the picturesque lake through which the river Beas emerges and spot a contrasting sight of the crystal clear waters of the river, based amidst the eye-catching mountain peaks of Pir Panjal.
Conquer the mighty mountains of Himachal Pradesh and reach an altitude of 3,810 meters to catch glimpses of summit views of big mountains of Manali like Friendship Peak, Shitidhar, Ladakhi, and Hanuman Tibba.
Besides, you can treat your eyes with the rare glimpses of Mt Indrasen, Deo Tibba, and more such peaks from the Pir Panjal range, if you are fortunate enough. Enjoy a delightful camping session during the thrilling trekking expedition, when you spend the chilly night stargazing at the vast expanse of star-studded night skies in your tent.
Beas Kund Trek Quick Facts:
- Beas Kund Trek Distance: 16 km
- Beas Kund Trek Height:12,772 ft
- Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate
- Electricity: There will be no electricity at the campsite on the trek.
- ATM: Manali is the last point where you will get ATM
- Start Point/End Point: Beas Kund Trek starts from Old Manali and ends at Solang Valley
- Start Time/End Time: The trek starts at 10:00 AM (Day 1) and ends around 2:00 PM (Day 3).
About Hampta Pass Trekking
A person who loves to be in the lap of nature it is the time to trek in the dreamland of unpredictable terrains of Hampta Pass. Landscapes change vividly every few hours of walking on the Hampta Pass trekking trail. The lack of any treacherousness in the trail is compensated by the abundance of natural beauty, which will take you by surprise at every twist and turn of the trek. The entire trail of the Hampta Pass trek is dotted with everything you can dream of witnessing on a trek.
What makes the dramatic changes heightened, even more, is how thrilling the climb to Hampta Pass is. For trekkers, crossing the Hampta Pass is a great story of adventure. You will love the nervous excitement of climbing to the pass over many ledges.
Quick facts about Hampta Pass Trekking:
Start Point/End Point: Manali Base Camp
Duration: 4 Nights & 5 Days
Hampta Pass Trek Height: 14,100ft
Hampta Pass Trek Difficulty Level: Moderate
Trekking Distance: 35kms
Best time to do Hampta Pass Trek: Mid June - September
Meals during Kasol and Kheerganga Trek:
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Start/End Point: Bhagsu Nag Taxi Stand
Start/End Time: 09:000 AM (Day1) & 12:00 PM (Day2)
Camp Location: Leta/Mana village Village (2.5 km before Triund)
- Triund is the easiest Himalayan trek. With breathtaking views of the Kangra valley and the snow covered Dhauladhar ranges, it is also very picturesque.
- Triund is the ideal destination for those seeking a hassle-free taste of trekking in the Himalayas. The trek can easily be done over a weekend.
- The trail to Triund is short but steep. The steep climb is well-compensated by refreshing walks amongst rhododendron and oak trees. There are also various songbirds in the forests along the trail which make it a birdwatcher’s delight.
About the Triund Trek:
- Get a chance to witness the many small hamlets and stream through the trek to Triund.
- Feast your eyes at the majestic view of the Dhauladhar ranges on one side and Kangra valley on the other
- Enjoy camping at a high summit and the clear night sky under the billions of stars.
- Also, enjoy a small bonfire with your friends and the other trekkers in Alpine tents on double/triple sharing basis.
- Trek through some of the most beautiful forests of alpine and fir, Rhododendron and Oak.
- Get a chance to witness the rare flora and fauna of this region as you continue your Triund trek.
- Also, taste the local cuisine of this region while you head out for the trek to Triund.
Maximum Altitude: 9,432 ft
Difficulty Level: Easy
Electricity: Electricity is available at the campsite
ATM: Mcleodganj is the last point where you will find an ATM
Trekking Gradient: Steep throughout the trail
How to reach the campsite?
You have to report at Bhagsu Nag Taxi Stand which is the starting point of the trek and it is around 3 km from Mcleodganj. Many local transports and private cabs are available from Mcleodganj to reach Bhagsu Nag.
Note: If the snow at the top of base camp is beyond the operator's control, the camping for the day will be organized in Dharamkot instead.
Start Point/End Point: Old ManaliStart Time/End Time: The trek starts at 10:00 AM on day 1 and ends around 01:00 PM on day 2
About the Solang Valley Trek:
Solang Valley is one of the most gorgeous and adventurous places to visit in Manali. It is located between the Solang village and Beas Kund and offers majestic views of glaciers and snow-capped mountains. This dazzling valley is one of the most picturesque sights in Manali and is located at an average altitude of 8,448 ft above sea level.
Solang Valley is about 9 km from Manali, and your route will give you views of the Kullu Valley and the Beas river below. The Solang Valley trek takes you through pine forests and over rocky trails, and past the ancient villages of Shang and Burua, where you'll get a glimpse of rural Himachali life.
In winters, the giant slope of Solang valley is fully covered with snow and makes it one of the best skiing destinations in India. You can also enjoy snowmobile, tubing, and other snow activities. Snow melts during the summer months and the ice slopes will turn into the lush green meadows which makes this place perfect for zorbing, ATV ride, paragliding, and horse riding.
After reaching the top, you can relax into the allotted camps and enjoy the music session to be organized at the campsite is the cherry on the top. The package includes a packed lunch, dinner and a breakfast
Trekking distance: 9 km
Maximum Altitude: 8,448 ft
Difficulty Level: Easy
Electricity: There will be no electricity at the campsite
ATM: Manali is the last point where you will get the ATM on this trek
How to reach the Solang Valley trek starting point?
You have to report at the camps at Old Manali which is the starting point of the trek and it is around 2 km from Mall Road of Manali. Many local means of transport and private cabs are available from Mall Road to reach Old Manali.
About the Prashar Lake Trek:
Prashar Lake is nestled gloriously in Kullu Valley in the midst of the mighty Dhauladhar Ranges, which makes it a must-visit place for those who seek bliss in the laps of nature. The lake has its own floating island and the depth of the lake is still unknown.
The ancient pagoda-styled Prashar Rishi temple stands tall on the banks of the river which is made in honor of the Rishi Prashar. One of the many reasons to visit this place is that it offers 180-degree views of Pir Panjal, Dhauladhar, and Kinnaur mountain ranges from the peak point which is a feast to one's eyes.
Start Point/End Point: Panarsa
Start Time: 9:00 AM On Day 1
End Time: 3:30 PM Day 2
Prashar Lake Trek Package Inclusions:
- Stay: Dome tents on sharing basis
- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
- Highly experienced guide
- Activities: Trekking & Camping
Location - 2 km from Kasauli bus stop
Approximate Trekking Distance - 8 to 10 km
Start Time - 9 am
Get to enjoy this wonderful jungle trek for a day. While treading this route you will be often surprised by some spectacular views of pine trees, sweet chirping of the birds and the pleasant sound of some water fall.
The best part of this activity is that you will be led by an experienced guide who is extremely knowledgeable about the region in general and the trek in particular. You will be travelling through some moderately dense forest trail for most of the trek. Do not hesitate in asking the guide the wildest of questions - he would in fact love to explain things in detail. Also, a wholesome meal is included as a part of this jungle trek.
It can be booked by groups of friends, couples or even families. Besides, anybody who is physically fit for this soft trek (mostly above the age of 5 years) can join in.
How to Reach?
Private or public transportation can be availed to reach the starting point which is around 2 km away from the Kasauli bus stop. Parking space is available at the starting point of the trek.
Waterfalls in hills are some of the most scenic sights, with all the green beauty around them and the splashes of water is a treat for the eyes. Close by Manali, the Jogini Waterfalls are one of the most amazing sights that you can see in the area. This trek takes you to an amazing trail leading to Jogini Waterfalls in Vashisht, allowing you click some amazing pictures and spend time admiring the cascading waterfalls.
The 7 km trek will take about 6 hours to complete and will also include a visit to the Jogini Mata Mandir. The guide will assist you with the trails and he is familiar with the routes of the trek, he will let you know the right places to get the pictures clicked. One time packed veg lunch will be provided to the trekkers. Arrive back in Bahang Village via the same trail to bring the experience to an end.
Age Limit- 6 to 55 years
Preferred weight limit- 25 KG to 90 KG
The Bahang Village is located around 5 Km from the Mall Road of Manali. You can board a private cab to reach the village.
Start Time: 09:00 AM
End Time: 05:00 PM
On this 8-hour hike to Pandu Ropa, a local guide shows you one of the best-hiking destinations in Manali. While it might be challenging, the hike offers some of the best views of Kullu Valley. You'll walk through a forest of pine trees, and then leave the tree line behind as you hike up the alpine meadow. Pandu Ropa sits about 11,480 feet (3,500 meters) above sea level.
About the Trek:
Your day hike to Pandu Ropa begins in the morning in Vashisht, where you meet your guide. Walkthrough the village, and then begin the hike with a grueling climb past green apple orchards and into the dense and fragrant pine forest.
By lunchtime, you will have crossed the tree line and will be hiking up the alpine meadow of Bhrigu. At this height, enjoy a view of Kullu Valley below. If you're hiking between May and early September, you should also enjoy blooming Himalayan flowers, a welcoming sight.
When you reach the very top of Pandu Ropa, take in the 360-degree view of the entire valley and town of Manali before heading back down.
How to reach?
You can take an auto or private taxi from Mall Road or Bus Station to reach Vashisht.
Meeting Point: Village Prini(AD Hydro Electric Project Gate)
Camp Location: Manali
Manali is gifted with a lot of amazing places and one of them happens to be this unique high altitude alpine meadow near Old Manali. Popular as one of the must-visit and most visited places, Lamadugh is famous for offering experiences and views that you may have never witnessed before.
About Lamadugh Trek:
This day trek to the meadow of Lamadugh starts with your arrival at the meeting point in the Old Manali. You will then start the trek and climb through thick forests of Pine and Deodar to reach your destination. The trek offers majestic views of the many high mountains of the Himalayas that surround the valley like Indrasan, Deo Tibba and the peaks of Bara Shigri glacier.
To enter Lamadugh, you will have to walk on the ridge, the place will open up to this green heaven of a meadow dotted by just one hut and with a variety of flowers. Spend some time here and have your packed lunch, before climbing back down to reach Manali base camp and enjoy overnight camping over there. The next day morning, after having breakfast bring the experience to an end. To make the experience more convenient and helpful, you will have the facility of trek guide, cook, and helpers on the trek.
Lamadugh Trek Quick Facts:
Maximum Altitude: 9,900 ft
Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate
Electricity: There will be electricity facility available at Manali base camp.
ATM: Manali is the last point where you will get ATM.
Trek Gradient: Moderately Challenging
Landmarks Covered: Manu Temple, Deodar & Pine forests
How to reach?
You have to report at Old Manali which is the starting point of the trek and it is around 2 km from Mall Road of Manali. Many local means of transport and private cabs are available from Mall Road to reach Old Manali.
About the Activity
- The adventure begins with your arrival at the rafting spot
- Enjoy white water rafting in the river Beas and pass by some of the most beautiful sights on this adventurous ride
- Camp by the riverside and indulge in activites like bonfire
- Take to the famous Bijli Mahadev temple the next day and enjoy the views of the Kullu and Parvati Valleys, and the confluence of Beas and Parvati