Beas Kund Trek

The trek to Beas Kund is one of the most beautiful short trek in Himachal Pradesh. From Solang Nallah, the route winds through the famous Solang Valley. Solang valley is famous for its ski slopes & Para gliding. On this trek you will see amazing views of lush green meadows,glaciers and snow-capped mountain peaks. The trail goes via Dhundi and Bakarthach to enter the Beas Kund glacier, the birthplace of the River Beas.This is an enjoyable and Moderate level trek. It is recommended for both beginners as well as experienced.


1 Region Himachal Pradesh
2 Difficulty Level Easy to Moderate
3 Maximum altitude 3700 M
4 Total Trekking Distance 16 Kms ( Approx.)
5 Accomodation type Tents
6 Food Nutritious food suited for trekking / 3 meals a day
7 Trip Begins from Manali
8 Trip ends in Manali
9 What is included Meals during the trek
Forest Permits/Camping Charges , if any
Tents, Sleeping bags, mats
Safety Equipment
Trek guide, cook, helpers.
Porters or mules for carrying common luggage
Services of a Trek Leader
Transportation from Manali to Manali
10 What is not included Meals during road journeys
Cost of any kind of travel insurance
Any expense of personal nature
Any expense not specified in the inclusion list.
11 Max. Group Size 15
12 What to Carry Click for the List
13 How to Reach Manali You can check availability & book seats in Volvo or Ordinary buses between Delhi & Manali on Himachal Roadways' Website
alternatively you can also book this travel with us. In case you wish to do so please select this option while booking.
14 Expected Temperature Range In Winters : 10 to 15 degree during the day. 0 to 5 degree during the night.
In Summers : 20 to 25 degree during the day. 5 to 10 degree during the night.

Trek Fee

5750

Manali to Manali

Service Tax @ 4.5% is applicable on the fee.


You Can Save Upto 25% On this Trek
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Trek Dates

27-05-2017 - 29-05-2017(Open)
03-06-2017 - 05-06-2017(Open)
10-06-2017 - 12-06-2017(Open)
17-06-2017 - 19-06-2017(Open)
24-06-2017 - 26-06-2017(Open)
01-07-2017 - 03-07-2017(Open)
08-07-2017 - 10-07-2017(Open)
15-07-2017 - 17-07-2017(Open)
22-07-2017 - 24-07-2017(Open)
29-07-2017 - 31-07-2017(Open)

Itinerary

DAY 1: Drive to Solang Nala & trek to Bakrathatch ( 13 Kms Trek )

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You will be picked from Manali bus stand. From Manali a short drive of 12 kms to Solang Nala takes us our starting point. From here, we start walking to Dhundi. The entire route after Solang nala offers spectacular views of snowcapped mountains. From Solang Nala the route is through forest of oak, fir and walnuts. This is a level walk of 8 kms along the right bank of river Beas. The peaks visible enroute are Deo Tibba 6001 mtrs and Indrasan peak 6220 mtrs. From Dhundi we trek for 5 kms to Bakrathatch (3270m). It would be a lush trail with great Himalayan peaks like 7 sisters always visible on one side.

DAY 2: Trek from Bakrathatch to Beas Kund & Back( 6 Kms Trek )

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After breaking camps early we climb gently to Beas Kund . The route is through boulders and rocks in summers & through snow in winters . After a trek of 4-5 hours we will see the beautiful lake of Beas Kund . This lake is believed to be the source of River Beas. Beas kund is also the base camp for summit peaks like Friendship, Ladakhi & Shitidhar. After spending some time clicking pictures & having some food here, we head back to our camp in Bakkarthatch.

DAY 3: Trek from Bakkarthatch to Solang Nala ( 13 Kms Trek ) & Drive to Manali

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Today we descend to Solang Nala by the same route that was used for coming up. From Solang Nala, we drive back to Manali. You will be dropped at Manali bus stand by late evening.


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Participant Blogs

Sapna Roy
Beas Kund Trek - 2014

"I woke up very fresh next morning as I had a good sleep. No sleeping pill can give you a sleep like fatigue can. Inside the tent I was searching for my brush – the first thing I wish to see in morning is my brush. The moment I came out, I forgot to brush my teeth and was tossing with wide eyes. The feel was damn good. It was not raining but it seemed as if it rained throughout the night. The chirping of birds, babbling of water, clean air, liberty to think senseless and no hurry to go for work...Click to Read More"


Shreyas Patil
Beas Kund Trek - 2016

"The route was through green grass ground and also partly through forest. The river crossing experience was really unforgettable. The bridge made from wooden stick and planks to cross the river reminded us that now we are really far away from any man made things and everywhere everything seemed to be so natural and untouched.The snowy patches which were throughout visible from previous trek route now seemed to be very near to us...Click to read more"


Aditya Gupta
Beas Kund Trek - 2016

"And then we marked our presence at Beas Kund. The green and clean pond was silent, and sitting by its side, we cherished watching the clouds decoratinng the mountains and sky. We had our packed lunch and swiftly moved back to Bakar thatch for our tents. The most challenging river crossing had turned stormy due to bucketing cats and dogs...Click to read more"


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