Bara Bhungal Trek
Bada Bhangal trek is a shepherds trail from Kullu to Kangra Valley, frequently used by the shepherds even today. … The trek starts from Loma Dugh which is 4-5 hours far from Manali. The trail is moderate till Lomadugh then turns sheer climb till Riyali Thach. Then from Riyali Thach the trail goes to the Kalihani Base.
Barot Valey Trek
On the way, you will come across some amazing sights like waterfalls, green valleys, wooden bridges, meadows of many hues, and many other such beautiful places before finally arriving at your campsite.The best part about the campsite is its untouched and pristine beauty, that becomes evident when the night takes over, covering the sky with billions of stars.
Beas Kund Trek
The Beas Kund trek is classified as an easy-moderate trek. You start from an altitude of 8,156 ft at Solang Valley and you reach the highest point of 12,772 ft at the lake at Beas Kund. This means you gain around 4,616 ft over just three days of trekking. This can make the trek quite demanding.
Bhrigu Lake Trek
The Bhrigu Lake trek is classified as a trek of moderate difficulty. You start from an altitude of 8,530 ft at Gulaba and you reach the highest point of the trek at 14,009 ft. This means you gain around 5,480 ft over just two days of trekking. … So, it is necessary to train well for the trek.
Chanderkhani Pass is a pass located in the Kullu District of India at a height of 3,660 meters. It forms a way (pass) between the villages of Rumsu and Pulag to the well-known village of Malana, which indirectly forms a trekking route from Naggar to Malana across the Chanderkhani Pass.
The Chandratal Lake trek has the starting point as Manali. From Manali, you will be taken to Jobra and then to Chika located at a height of about 10,100 feet. The route will have plenty of greenery, River Rani, and the mountainous stretches on one side.
Deo Tibba Basecamp Trek
Deo Tibba Base Trek is a pleasant trek that takes you through the lush green oak & deodar forested trails, passing through undulating meadows and pastures of the Gaddi shepherds to the base camp of Tenta, where one encounters breathtaking vistas of Mt.
Hampta Pass Trek
Hamta Pass lies at an altitude of 4270 m on the Pir Panjal range in the Himalayas. It is a small corridor between Lahaul’s Chandra Valley and the Kullu valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. The nomenclature of the trek was derived from Hamta Village, located below Sethan village, as part of the trek route.
Kheerganga is a dreamy beautiful place that is admired to be visited by people around the world, which is the considered best place to relax and take rest. Being named Kheerganga due to the milky waters flowing on all sides owns a number of beautiful and historical spots like a Shiv Temple, Rudra Naag Waterfall and lots of interesting rock.
mt. Patalsu Trekking Peak
he Patalsu Peak trek is classified as an easy-moderate trek. You start from an altitude of 7,914 ft at Solang Valley and you reach the highest point of 13,944 ft at the Patalsu Peak. This means you gain around 6,030 ft over just three days of trekking! This can make the trek quite demanding.
Pin Parvati Trek
The Pin Parbati Pass is a mountain pass in Himachal Pradesh, India, at 5,319 meters. It was first crossed in August 1884 by Sir Louis Dane in search of an alternate route to the Spiti valley. This pass connects the fertile and lush Parbati valley on the Kullu side with the Pin valley on the Spiti side.
Sar Pass Trek
The Sar Pass is in Parvati Valley of Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, a state of India. Sar, in the local dialect, means a lake. While trekking across the path from Tila Lotni to Biskeri Ridge, one has to pass by a small, usually frozen lake and hence the name Sar Pass Trek.
Prashar Lake lies 49 km north of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, India, with a three-storied pagoda-like temple dedicated to the sage Prashar.
MT. PATALSU PEAK TREK
Patalsu peak is one of the most famous peak in Manali valley which even beginners can attempt. The trek starts from the famous Solang Valley. The level of trek is moderate as it involves a steep ascend from Solang valley. However its worth because of the mesmerising views one gets from the top.
The complete trek of Kedarnath is of 16 kilometers which starts from Gaurikund to Kedarnath. The trek has changed after the 2013 flood disaster and since then the 14 kilometers trek has changed and turned 16 kilometers trek. Below is the detailed guide of new Kedarnath trek route