Bhrigu Lake Trek Blogs
Bhrigu Lake is a high altitude alpine lake at an ambitious height of 14000 FT near Manali in Himachal Pradesh. Bhrigu Lake gets its name from Maharishi Bhrigu, a great saint, who would meditate near the lake, thus rendering the lake sacred. Located to the east of the famous Rohtang Pass, in spite of being at a height of 4300m, Bhrigu Lake can be reached in just 3 days of trekking. The trek takes you through some of the most surreal meadows, pine forests, traditional villages, and pretty apple orchards all the while gifting you with stunning views of peaks like Hanuman Tibba and the Seven Sister Peaks of the Pir Panjal range.
This blog talks about a few interesting facts associated with the Bhrigu Lake trek.
1. What makes Bhrigu Lake the trek with the highest ROI?
Bhrigu Lake one of the most enthralling short treks in the Himalayas. A high altitude alpine lake, the verdant meadows, there is so much more to the Bhrigu Lake Trek than meets the eyes. Here are some of the reasons which make the trek to Bhrigu Lake a complete one.
1. The trek takes you to a height of 14000 FT in 3 days
2. It is an excellent trek for beginners
3. The raw and rare beauty of Bhrigu Lake
4. The charming trail of the trek
5. Amphitheater views of the snowclad peaks
6. The intriguing history of the Bhrigu Lake
7. Rewarding bath in the hot springs of Vashishth after the trek...Read on
2. What makes Bhrigu Lake a perfect monsoon trek?
Bhrigu Lake is one of the best monsoon treks and is believed to change colors every season. The lake is frozen in the months of May-July. As the monsoon begins, it transforms into a turquoise blue-green lake. Since most of the trail is through meadows, the possibility of any flooding is extremely remote.
From The evergreen meadows of Gulaba and Rola Khuli to the flower carpets of Panduropa, Bhrigu lake has it all…Read more
3. Manali – The place that has it all
Manali being a premier tourist destination not only in Himachal but throughout North India gets a heavy influx of tourists all throughout the year. It is a place which offers the likes of mountains, meadows, hot springs, valleys, villages, and the very famous Rohtang Pass. People not only from all corners of India but also from the world come to Manali to enjoy its beauty. Manali also serves as a base for many treks such as Hampta Pass, Bhrigu Lake, Beas Kund, Patalsu peak and more.
This article gives you information on sightseeing in Manali, top attractions, weather conditions, commute, and treks that can be done from Manali…Read on
4. With a new proposed road to Bhrigu Lake – Trek before you no longer can
With a newly proposed construction of a road from Kothi to Panduropa upon consistent pressure from the Kullu-Manali Hoteliers association, the trek to Bhrigu Lake from Manali seems to be at risk. With an aim to provide the tourists with the convenience of visiting Bhrigu Lake via road, the trek to Bhrigu Lake will not be the same and will not be able to retain its enchanting environment like it used to. This is why you should trek to Bhrigu Lake before the construction of the road and before you miss out on everything this serene trek has to offer…Read more…
Bhrigu Lake is the perfect trek for anyone looking to reach the staggering heights of 4300m over a weekend blessed with stunning mountain views, massive green meadows and the pristine lake of Bhrigu with occasional clouds hovering in its vicinity.