General

Beas Kund:  This is a temple place where, as they say, the river originates. The shape of the temple is similar to an ice house, and many tourists visit this place.

How to get to Manali

By Air: Kulu Manali Airport, located 50 km south of the city.

By Train: Near Manali there are 3 railway stations (Chandigarh, Kalka and Pathankot). From these stations you can catch a bus or use the car to get to Manali. The distance between Chandigarh and Manali is 275 km.

By car: If you are driving along the National Highway 21 route … the distance between Delhi and Manali will be 521 km. You can use a bus, car or motorcycle to get to Manali. Manali is well connected to other cities in India.

Best time to visit Manali

Winter begins in October and lasts through February, and this is the best time to visit Manali, since the temperature is cold and the chances of snowfall are great.

Summer: Summer begins in the month of March and lasts through June, and the temperature ranges from 10C to 25 C. This is considered the best season if you eat for steam gliding and rafting in Manali.

Monsoon: Summer begins in the month of March and lasts through June, and the temperature ranges from 10C to 25 C. This is considered the best season if you eat for steam gliding and rafting in Manali.

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Itinerary

Day 1: Manali - Solang Nala

On the 1st day, the trek goes through some old villages and thick forests to Solang Nala, famous for its ski slopes and paragliding sport. We will reach the campsite and overnight stay at Solang Nala.

Day 2: Solang Nala - Dhundi 

In the morning after breakfast get ready for a gradual walk through forests, small rivulets, green meadows, and wildflowers take us to Dhundi from where you can see Hanuman Tibba (5930m) and a few other peaks. Overnight Camp at Dhundi.

Day 3: Dhundi - Beas Kund (3690m) 

In the morning after breakfast start, the trek which takes us to the Beas Kund Glacier. After crossing the glacier camp at Beas Kund, the origin of River Beas. We will reach camp at nearby. Overnight stay at camp.

Day 4: Beas Kund - Dhundi 

In the morning take breakfast and return the same way back to Dhundi. Overnight stay at Camp.

Day 5: Dhundi - Manali

In the morning walk back downhill to Solang. Then transfer by jeep to Manali and Departure.

TREK DETAILS

  • Region: Kullu - Manali
  • Season: June to October
  • Grade: Introductory
  • Duration: 5 Days

INCLUDES

  • Two men Tents, Mattress, Sleeping Bags,
  • Kitchen Tent, Toilet tent, Kitchen equipment.
  • Bed tea, Breakfast, Packed lunch, Dinner.
  • Transportation (to and from the trekking point).
  • An experienced Local Mountain Guide.
  • Cook, Helper & Porters / mules.