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- How To Reach:
- DETAILED ITINERARY:
- THINGS TO CARRY
Settled in the arms of the mighty mountains, Manali is a hill station that displays the scenic grandeur of nature. The resort town is famous for some of the best trekking destinations in the country. Trekking in Himalayas is invigorating owing to the exotic sights of the landscape.
The Beas kund trek is one of the most popular treks of the most popular treks of the region. The trail takes you through the awe-inspiring locations as you move towards the Pir Pangal range. Crossing the river banks hushing towards your destination you will encounter some of the most wondrous locations of the state.
The short trek is not a tough one. It doesn’t require prior trekking experience so individuals of any age group can join in. The 4-day trail takes you to Solang valley.
As you make your way towards the pristine lake, the journey becomes more adventurous. Surrounded by snow
The holy lake is said to be the site of origination of the Beas river. It is believed that Maharishi Vyas used to bath in the kund. Some even believe that Maharishi Rishi meditated near the kund and even wrote the epic Mahabharata here.
- The incredibly beautiful Beas kund is a beauty to behold.
- Majestic peaks of Hanuman Tibba, Sheti Dhar, Deo Tibba and Muker beh stand tall under the blue sky.
- Cascading waterfalls on the way add to the charm of the trail.
- The dazzling valley of Solang is a paradise for adventure lovers.
- Camping in the deep virgin forests make the trail even more adventurous.
Duration: 4 Days
Altitude: 12,772 ft
Trekking Distance : 47 kms
How To Reach:
Nearest Airport: Bhuntar
Nearest Railway Station: Reach Chandigarh.
Day 1: Manali – Solang – Dhundi
The trail commences from the resort town of Manali. You’ll drive 13kms to reach the paradise of adventures, Solang valley. The breath taking landscape is the starting point of many treks. To reach Dhundi you need to ascend gradually for 8kms. Dhundi, the land of wild flowers, is a small meadows with incomparable scenic beauty. Under the star studded night sky, camping will rejuvenate your senses.
Day 2: Dhundi – Bakarthach
Today’s trail will take you to the exotic meadow of Bakarthach. The high altitude meadow is 6km away from Dhundi. The captivating meadow sits at the height of 10,800ft. The beauty of the meadows blends perfectly with the reverberating silence. Set a camp for an overnight stay.
Day 3: Bakarthach – Beas Kund – Bakarthach
Wake up to the alluring view as the first rays of the hit the grassland. To reach our destination, we need to climb up the ridge through Bhoj Patra. The glacial lake is surrounded by peaks making the sight more magical. The holy lake with its emerald waters spreads it’s grandeur at an altitude of 11,600ft. Just a dip in the lake can take away all your weariness from the trail. Spend the day by the magnificent lake. Headback to Bakarthach in the evening.
Day 4: Bakarthach – Solang – Manali
The trail takes you back to Solang through the same route. Here’s your another chance to get some pictures of the wondrous valley. Drive back to Manali to where it all began. The
THINGS TO CARRY
1. Back pack & rain cover (50 – 60 ltr)
2. Day pack + rain cover (20 – 30 ltr)
3. Walking stick
4. Water bottle
5. Head torch
T-shirts (Full sleeves Non-cotton)
Down feather / Hollofil jacket
Wind & waterproof (jacket & pant)
Thermal inners (upper and lower)
Waterproof gloves – 1 Pair
Toilet Paper & wipes
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Quick dry towel
Sunglasses U/V protected.
People who wear spectacles- Use contact lenses. (Not for Chadar trek) Photo chromatic glasses.
Accommodation: camping while on trek.
Meals while on trek (Veg. + Egg)
Forest entry permits
Qualified & mountaineering certified trek Leader, Guide, Cook, and Support staff.
First aid medical kits, stretcher and oxygen cylinder.
Trek equipment (Sleeping Bag, Tents, Mattress, Kitchen & Dinning tent, Toilet tent and Utensils)
Mules and porters to carry central equipment.
Any kind of personal expenses
Food during the transit
Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
Anything not specifically mentioned under the head.