Kullu, Himachal Pradesh | Group size- Max. 09
A trail that takes you to 3 different beautiful & mesmerising lakes, not only that you would also get to explore different mountains with different mountainscapes on each day of the hike. The Lakes of Manali is a multi-day hike that takes you to the higher flanks of the Manali region. The first stop of the hike is the beautiful Beas River which provides the entire region of Kullu including the wildlife & the human population. The Beas kund lake is situated at an altitude of 3892m which is a long hike but not as challenging for seasoned trekkers, the route takes you on an uphill climb along the Beas river to the source ‘Beas kund lake’.
Our next destination is one of the lesser-known treks of the region, the sacred Rani Sui lake AKA Saurkundi trek. The Rani Sui lake is situated at an altitude of 3400m in the western mountains of the Manali region, it is a gradual & short hike to reach the lake but once you reach you will be in awe with the beauty of this paradise.
Our third and last destination is the beautiful high-altitude 4304m glacial lake perched on a meadow on the eastern mountain of the Manali region known as the Bhrigu Lake. This hike provides breathtaking views of the grasslands and alpine meadows, as well as glimpses of the seven sister peaks. There are many opportunities for photographers to capture nature in all its splendour thanks to the expansive view of the snow-covered mountains and their reflections in the lake.
Arrival At Manali
Our team will be greeting you at Manali, we would expect you to arrive by afternoon at Manali, Introduction and briefing sessions for the coming days.
Help & Support
Wilderwood Home, Banwar, Pauri, Uttarakhand 246149
All Transportation from Manali to Manali.
All meals(Veg) from day 01 Lunch to day 07 Breakfast.
Accommodations in (camps, hotels, lodges, guest houses or home stays) According to itinerary on twin sharing basis.
All permits required (forest entry fee, protected lands entry fee).
Hike leaders, Guides, Support staff’s fee.
Equipment (tents, sleeping bags, toilet tents, kitchen tents, mattress, utensils, technical equipment required for climbing).
First aid kit and medical kit.
Mules and porters for carrying central equipment.