Beas Kund, the main attraction of the Kullu-Manali Valley, is set against the backdrop of various Himalayan peaks, including Shitidhar Peak, Friendship Peak, Hanuman Tibba, Ladakhi Peak, Rocky Challenger, and others. Along the road to Beas Kund, there is the Solang Ropeway Point, which is a popular skiing area, and Bakerthach, which is a popular camping spot. Himachal Pradesh’s Bhrigu Lake and Beas Kund Trek is adventurers’ dream. Because the hills are relatively steep but present demanding pathways every now and then, this trek is excellent for both beginners and advanced-level hikers. The road from Solang Nallah winds through the famed Solang Valley. Solang Valley is well-known for its ski slopes and paragliding. This hike will provide you with breathtaking views of lush green meadows and glaciers.

Trek Itinerary

Today, we arrive in Solang Valley and take in the breathtaking vistas of the valley. The Ski Training Center of the Atal Bihari Mountaineering and Allied Sports Institute is nearby. We’ll also go to Anjani Mahadev Temple, which is a few kilometers away. With breathtaking views and a 100-foot waterfall cascading over a Shiva Linga. The scenery is breathtaking. We’ll take pictures and pay our respects to a neighboring Ashram. Today is a day of rest and camping for us. The path to Bakarthach is a little more difficult and strenuous as we climb over stones and moraines and cross little rivulets. The final stretch is a little steep and exhausting. 

Finally, we arrive at our lovely campsite at Bakarthach, which is flanked on three sides by majestic mountain peaks, including Hanuman Tibba (5892 meters), Shitidhar Peak (5250 meters), Friendship Peak (5300 meters), Ladakhi Peak (5345 meters), among others. It’s an incredibly gorgeous panoramic vista that will delight your inner trekker. There is some stone shelter as well as water and wood. Tonight, we’ll camp out under the stars, with a bonfire and some music. Today we will return to Dhundhi, an 8-kilometer easy hike, and our Jeeps will be waiting for you there to drive you back to Manali with wonderful memories.

Best Season to Visit 

Manali is well-known as a Honeymoon destination that is open all year. However, the best time to visit Manali is during the winter and summer months of October to June. Winter is the finest season for honeymooners and families to see the snowfall in Manali. This is also the greatest time to visit the famed winter carnival celebration, and the number of activities has expanded. Summer is an excellent time to visit Manali because the weather is lovely; however, it is frequently packed with a big number of people during the summer. Participating in adventure sports such as skiing, hiking, mountaineering, paragliding, rafting, kayaking, and mountain biking is also a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Manali’s prime seasons are December and July. December (around New Year’s) is the finest time to see snowfall and attracts a large audience. Summer is Manali’s busiest season, with a large number of tourists visiting this picturesque hill station to spend their summer vacation. Hotels are particularly expensive in the summer, and it is recommended that you book your hotel reservations at least one month in advance.

How To Reach Beas Kund Trek

The nearest international airport is in Chandigarh. The nearest airport to Manali is located about 50 kilometers south of Manali and 10 kilometers south of Kullu town. You have the option to opt-in. Roads connect Manali to major Indian towns such as Delhi, Ambala, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Haridwar, Shimla, Dharamsala, and Dalhousie. There are regular buses that run between these stations. As a result, traveling by road is not difficult. Joginder Nagar railway station is the closest to Manali. It is located 166 kilometers away. You can also pick between Chandigarh and Pathankot as alternative railway stations.

Beas Kund Trek Highlights

The walk offers breathtaking scenery that will entice photographers and provide you with some stunning photographs. Relax your soul and take in the splendor of the gorgeous locations it has to offer. View of the enthralling and enticing Indrasan, Hanuman Tibba (the highest peak in the Dhauladhar range), and Deo Tibba peaks. Enjoy the tranquillity of Solang Nallah and the serene Manu temple, which offers you an opportunity to sense a spiritual connection while walking. An astonishing peek into the life of the people who live in lovely villages like Goshal, Sanna, and Burua. The residents are quite friendly and helpful. You can look in local marketplaces for unique items found just in that area. Setting up camp in awe-inspiringly beautiful sceneries.

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