1ST NOVEMBER 2023, 2ND NOVEMBER 2023
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The Beas Kund Trek will take you through some of the prettiest sceneries and captivating sights to capture an elevation of 12,772 ft. At this height, a small glacial lake, fed by the melting snow of the higher peaks of the region awaits your visit. This trek is suitable for all age groups and no trekking experience is required to do it, hence everyone is welcomed. The trek will begin with reaching Manali and having the day at leisure and acclimatizing. Enough part of the day will be kept free for you so you can spend it shopping for necessary gears. The trekking expedition will begin on the second day when a 12 KM long drive will take you from Manali to Solang Nalla. Solang Nalla being the basecamp for the trek will enthrall you with its explicit beauty and eye-catching serenity. As you reach Bakarthach after a 13 KM long trek, the striking beauty awaits you. Day three will finally take you to Beas Kund after a 6 KM long trek, wherein you will get to catch the contrasting sight of a peaceful water body nestled between jagged mountain peaks. You will also come across the Beas Kund Glacier while advancing towards Beas Kund. Pluck the wild strawberries and mushrooms on your way and lazily watch herds of sheep and goats grazing. Day four will be full of descending where you will be trekking from Bakarthach to Dhundi and then drive to Manali through Solang.
The Bali Pass is an exhilarating trail. It traverses the confluence of Tons and Ruinsara rivers, the undisturbed serenity of the Ruinsara Valley and the lush meadows of Devsu Thach. It goes along the famous places of the Himalayas. The first one being Yamunotri, the Dhaam of the Chaar Dhaam yatra. Followed by it is Har ki Doon valley then Ruinsara lake and Osla village. Known for direct spectacles of Swargrohini and Bandarpoonch peaks, this trek is literally a stairway to heaven. Not many know that this pass connects Har ki Doon and Ruinsara valley. As high as 16,207 ft this pass is a difficult trek offering the raw adventures. Not only that summit itself is small that can fit only 20-30 people. The pass offers a 360-degree view of Swargarohini, Banderpooch and Garhwal peaks. Bali pass is for those who wish to hike to different and less travelled paths. Even though it is difficult it’s every step is worth it. It challenges us in every way through drastically changing terrains, narrow paths, dangerous descend, long hours of walking. Of historic, religious, mountaineering, importance bali pass is nothing like any other Himalayan trek. It is a walk into the unknown of the known.
The Deoriatal Chopta trek takes us to one of the most breathtakingly beautiful parts of the Garhwal Himalayas. We start from Haridwar and pass through Deoriatal, Chopta and Tungnath to reach the summit of Chandrashila for a great view of the Indian Himalayas. The maximum altitude reached on the Chopta Tungnath trek would be around 4000m at the summit of Chandrashila. This region is a protected sanctuary for musk deer and is rich in flora and fauna. Tungnath is famous for being the highest temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. On top of Chandrashila, we will be able to see Chaukhamba, Kedarnath, Nandadevi and Trishul peaks. The highlights of the trek range from awe-inspiring summit view to warmth of the forest greens, piquing up interests in all sorts of mountain lovers. You could be a nature treasurer, bird watching amateur, or a shutterbug with a dream of capturing the drama in the highlands, Chopta-Chandrashila-Deorital is a trek for all and fails none.
Ali Bedni Bugyal is one of the most beautiful alpine meadows located at the border of Garhwal and Kumaon in Chamoli district in the Uttarakhand state to bring the most amazing views of the mighty Trishul Parvat (7120 meters). Bedni Bugyal at an altitude of 3,354 meters above the sea level brings the varied colors and diversified splendors of nature and is considered amongst the finest altitude of grasslands in the Garhwal mountains (altitude 3354 meters) famous for wild high altitude flowers and herbs during the spring thaw, and thaws the splendid view of the Greater Himalayan range. This stipulated meadow of Bedni Bugyal brings the most fascinating trekking opportunities for the visitors to find the scenic mountains, deep valleys and lofty mountains along the most memorable sunsets and sunrises and the most enormous western flanks of Trishul and the Nanda Ghunti bringing heaven on earth. Trekking in Bedni Bugyal will take the trekkers to the highest bugyal in Uttarakhand. Bugyal that means the high altitude meadows brings the most scenic and lush surroundings all along the cushiony treks of Bedni Bugyal.