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Story by Sharmila Ahuja

 Rated : 5.0

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Hot springs, quaint cafes, mountains, camps and tiny hamlets en route. Kheerganga Camp and trek is the best I have ever had.

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Story by Anjushri Mehrotra

 Rated : 5.0

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Thank you Thrillophilia for giving an experience of a lifetime. Kheerganga is one of the best Himalayan treks that you must do in the Parvati valley.

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Story by Dhana Guha

 Rated : 5.0

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Loved spending a night in tent, there were many waterfalls en route. My favorite was Rudra Nag waterfall, we stopped and clicked a lot of pictures on these falls. Loved walking these untouched trails with an experienced trek leader.

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Story by Draupadi Marar

 Rated : 5.0

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The places imparts some really unparalleled vistas, the trek was easy yet difficult at some points, the trail was lovely, dotted with pretty waterfalls and the campsite was perfect with bio toilets and twin sharing tents. Waking up to a glorious morning to see the sunrise was my favorite and I also star-gazed at night. Sit at the top with maggie and momos and you will love the experience.

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Story by Guru Shukla

 Rated : 5.0

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I have clicked many pictures during this trek my favorite is the night click of the galaxy. I have been to many high altitude places in Himachal and Dhankar and Chandratal were some of the best places to see the star speckled skyline. I am glad to have done Kheerganga camp and trek. Moreover, I am glad to meet Raman, our trek leader who has suggested me many such similar treks, he is a gem of a person and it felt really heavenly to live in the camps at Kheerganga.

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Story by Chinmayananda Iyengar

 Rated : 5.0

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Hot spring Kund is a bliss, the place tells you the story of Lord Shiva meditating on these hills and incidents related to him. The place is very beautiful, positive and untouched and away from the rest of the world. However, I was disheartened to see littered plastic bottles and other debris which indicates that irresponsible people also trekked here in the past. I am glad we used bio toilets at our camp and stayed in tents.

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Story by Deepali Desai

 Rated : 5.0

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Beautiful trek, amazing view and soothing hot springs. There were many camps and eateries at the top and the way so I would suggest people who are traveling without any guide or operator to carry a very light backpack because you will find food and accommodation up there. However, it is also suggested to take a guide or book an operator to enjoy a hassle free experience of this engrossing trek like we did. We had a pick up from Kasol on our first day and then taken to Bharsaini village, we reached the top and were provided nice clean tents on twin sharing basis, we ate dinner and slept. The next morning we visited the hot spring kund and wandered around a little then moved to the base from where we were picked up and dropped off at Kasol. All in all, I enjoyed my time and used my money in exploring a beautiful side of Himachal. Thanks to the team of Thrillophilia, it was all great from start till the end.

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Story by Chidambaram Tandon

 Rated : 5.0

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Kheerganga camp and trek is one of those Himalayan trek which is a little demanding. We reached Kasol before 10 and then were picked up by a bus till Bharsaini, we started walking from there and took the route via Tosh. The 17 Km long trail is easy at someplace but difficult mostly. It is going to take more than 5 hours to reach at the top. Our trek guide was a local man and he could climb like a monkey but we don't trek often so we were taking breaks very frequently. We stopped at Rudra Nag and we proceeded further we found many cafes and camps enroute. Our campsite was quite beautiful as it was surrounded by snow-clad mountains and was in proximity with the small Himalayan waterfall. Do not forget to go to Shiva cafe and order hot chocolate, also try some local food like Momos. Overall, it was a fantastic trekking and camping experience.

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Story by Sumitra Nehru

 Rated : 5.0

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Hot springs, quaint cafes, mountains, camps and tiny hamlets en route. Kheerganga Camp and trek is the best I have ever had.

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Story by Vishnu Panicker

 Rated : 5.0

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Thank you Thrillophilia for giving an experience of a lifetime. Kheerganga is one of the best Himalayan treks that you must do in the Parvati valley.

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Story by Aashritha Mahajan

 Rated : 5.0

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Loved spending a night in tent, there were many waterfalls en route. My favorite was Rudra Nag waterfall, we stopped and clicked a lot of pictures on these falls. Loved walking these untouched trails with an experienced trek leader.

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Story by Tanushree Verma

 Rated : 5.0

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The places imparts some really unparalleled vistas, the trek was easy yet difficult at some points, the trail was lovely, dotted with pretty waterfalls and the campsite was perfect with bio toilets and twin sharing tents. Waking up to a glorious morning to see the sunrise was my favorite and I also star-gazed at night. Sit at the top with maggie and momos and you will love the experience.

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Story by Tanushri Guneta

 Rated : 5.0

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I have clicked many pictures during this trek my favorite is the night click of the galaxy. I have been to many high altitude places in Himachal and Dhankar and Chandratal were some of the best places to see the star speckled skyline. I am glad to have done Kheerganga camp and trek. Moreover, I am glad to meet Raman, our trek leader who has suggested me many such similar treks, he is a gem of a person and it felt really heavenly to live in the camps at Kheerganga.

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Story by Bhargavi Dutta

 Rated : 5.0

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Beautiful trek, amazing view and soothing hot springs. There were many camps and eateries at the top and the way so I would suggest people who are traveling without any guide or operator to carry a very light backpack because you will find food and accommodation up there. However, it is also suggested to take a guide or book an operator to enjoy a hassle free experience of this engrossing trek like we did. We had a pick up from Kasol on our first day and then taken to Bharsaini village, we reached the top and were provided nice clean tents on twin sharing basis, we ate dinner and slept. The next morning we visited the hot spring kund and wandered around a little then moved to the base from where we were picked up and dropped off at Kasol. All in all, I enjoyed my time and used my money in exploring a beautiful side of Himachal. Thanks to the team of Thrillophilia, it was all great from start till the end.

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Story by Acharyanandana Guha

 Rated : 5.0

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Kheerganga camp and trek is one of those Himalayan trek which is a little demanding. We reached Kasol before 10 and then were picked up by a bus till Bharsaini, we started walking from there and took the route via Tosh. The 17 Km long trail is easy at someplace but difficult mostly. It is going to take more than 5 hours to reach at the top. Our trek guide was a local man and he could climb like a monkey but we don't trek often so we were taking breaks very frequently. We stopped at Rudra Nag and we proceeded further we found many cafes and camps enroute. Our campsite was quite beautiful as it was surrounded by snow-clad mountains and was in proximity with the small Himalayan waterfall. Do not forget to go to Shiva cafe and order hot chocolate, also try some local food like Momos. Overall, it was a fantastic trekking and camping experience.

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Story by Vishnu Rana

 Rated : 4.0

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Away from the crowded Kasol, this trek will escape you into a land of silence and snow-covered mountains. Loved the whole trek.

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Story by Ekaksh Kakkar

 Rated : 4.0

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Awesome experience, easy trek, a bit strenuous if you carry a lot of weight. Must bathe in the hot springs no matter how low the temperature is.

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Story by Sachin Naik

 Rated : 4.0

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We were given dinner and breakfast and both tasted good. Our trek leader Raman was well experienced and a local guy who knows the valley like you know your city.

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Story by Deeptanshu Achari

 Rated : 4.0

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Due to a landslide accident, our bus had to wait for hours on the road with other vehicles until the block was cleared. We already were running late and this caused us to reach Bharsaini at around 1 PM from where we started our trek to Tosh and then Rudra nag to reach Kheerganga, I am glad we had an experienced trek leader otherwise we would have got lost in the dense Himalayan jungle post sunset, we did a night trek and reached around 7:30 PM when it got really dark and quiet.

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Story by Divjot Pillai

 Rated : 4.0

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The trek is a mix of easy and moderately difficult terrain. There are several cafes and eateries on the way up. There are two sides to cover this trek, one is from Tosh via Rudra Nag and other is village Pulna. We did it via Tosh and came back from Pulna. Our trek guy was an experienced trek leader who has lead countless treks in the Himalayas. He was helpful and friendly. There are bio toilets at the camp so be prepared. There was hardly anyone who did not like the hot springs. We also visited the temple. The place has a very positive aura. A must do trek.

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Story by Uma Jha

 Rated : 4.0

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Our pickup was late, we arrived Kasol before 10 in the morning but the Bus which was supposed to take us to Bharsaini was late due to some bridge repair in Bhuntar that was taking hours. As we reached late, we started late. It is really advisable to wear full clothes and cover as much as you can as we went during monsoon and we lost the sunlight which was very minimal that day, we were attacked by swarms of Leeches. We are thankful to our experienced trek guide Raman, he was carrying salt with him and it really saved me from panicking. Later when we reached the campsite, it was already dark so I couldn't see the surrounding but was amazed to woke up to such an amazing landscape, spent hours in the hot spring kund and ate hummus at one of the cafes which was selling Israeli food items. The breakfast provided by the camp was quite basic so I went to explore some options in the morning and I loved my time roaming amid such beautiful scenery.

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Story by Yogendra Butt

 Rated : 4.0

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Away from the crowded Kasol, this trek will escape you into a land of silence and snow-covered mountains. Loved the whole trek.

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Story by Sanya Nehru

 Rated : 4.0

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Awesome experience, easy trek, a bit strenuous if you carry a lot of weight. Must bathe in the hot springs no matter how low the temperature is.

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Story by Sunita Arora

 Rated : 4.0

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We were given dinner and breakfast and both tasted good. Our trek leader Raman was well experienced and a local guy who knows the valley like you know your city.

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Story by Nanda Gowda

 Rated : 4.0

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Hot spring Kund is a bliss, the place tells you the story of Lord Shiva meditating on these hills and incidents related to him. The place is very beautiful, positive and untouched and away from the rest of the world. However, I was disheartened to see littered plastic bottles and other debris which indicates that irresponsible people also trekked here in the past. I am glad we used bio toilets at our camp and stayed in tents.

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