Beas Kund Trek
Beas Kund Trek

Beas Kund Trek: A Himalayan Adventure Through Forests and Mountains to a Pristine Lake


Region: Himachal Pradesh
Duration: 4 Days
Grade: Easy
Max Altitude: 12,772 Ft.
Trekking Km: 23 Kms.
 

Beas Kund is a high altitude alpine lake that sits royally amidst the mountains of Himachal Pradesh at an altitude of 3,700 meters. This taintless beauty is the origin of Beas River, which is believed to be the water body where Sage Vyas use to take bath while he meditated. Beas Kund Trek starts from Solang Nallah which is a popular destination in Manali for skiing and paragliding. Mesmerizing meadows of Dhundi and Bakarthach will be a part of your trail on Beas Kund Trek. Majestic peaks like Hanuman Tibba, Friendship Peak, Shitidhar, and Seven Sisters will be your companion on this trek. One 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 the herds of sheep and goats grazing. This summer trek is a perfect choice for the beginners because of its short duration and easy difficulty level.


DAY 1: Acclimatisation day at Manali

This 3-day adventure begins in Manali, a charming hill station nestled amidst majestic peaks. 
You will reach Manali by morning, post fresheup and breakfast you will head for Manali sightseeing. We will visit Hadimba temple, hot springs, Mall road. If you are interested in doing paragliding, that is an option too. You can contact our team for paragliding booking.
Evening head back to the stay, have dinner and rest for the day. 
This is a leisure day for your body to acclimatise to the temperature and altitude. 

Stay: Room on sharing basis in Manali


Day 2 : Drive from Manali to Solang Valley and then trek to Lohali

Savor a hearty breakfast and breathe in the crisp mountain air before embarking on a scenic drive to Solang Valley and start the trek.
Lohali is a scenic campsite surrounded by mountains, it makes an ideal camping spot. Your water source here is the stream which flows beside the campsites.

Altitude: 8156 ft (2486m) to 10974 ft (3345m)
Time taken: 8 hrs hrs, 10 kms
Trek gradient: Moderate Ascent to steep ascent
Terrain type: Well-marked road followed by forest trails

Stay: Camping at Lohali
 

Day 3 : Lohali to Lady Leg to Beas Kund and back to Lohali

Early wake up call and start trek towards Beas Kund.

Altitude: 10,974 ft (3345m) to 12,772 ft (3893m)
Time taken: 5-6 hrs, 3.2 km (to and fro)
Trek gradient: Steep ascent all the way to the summit
Terrain type: Rocky path

Stay: Camping at Lohali
 

Day 4 : Lohali to Solang Valley Trek and back to Manali

Trek back to Solang valley the way you came up.

Altitude: 10974 ft (3345m) to 8156 ft (2486m)
Time taken: 5-6 hrs, 9 km
Trek gradient: Easy, Moderate descent
Terrain type: Forest trails and river-side trails

 

Reach Manali by 9:00 PM, board bus to Delhi.
You can book your return from Delhi on Day 5 post 11am.


Essential Packing List for Your Himalayan Trek:

Clothing (layering system is crucial):

  • Base Layer (moisture-wicking):
    • 2-3 quick-drying synthetic t-shirts or long-sleeved thermals
    • 1 pair of quick-drying synthetic leggings or tights
  • Mid Layer (insulation):
    • 1 lightweight fleece or wool sweater/hoodie
    • 1 puffy down jacket or synthetic alternative
  • Outer Layer (protection):
    • 1 waterproof and breathable trekking jacket (ideally with a hood)
    • 1 pair of waterproof and breathable trekking pants
  • Additional:
    • 1 pair of comfortable hiking socks (synthetic or wool blend)
    • 1 sunhat with a wide brim and ventilation
    • 1 pair of warm gloves (fleece or wool)
    • 1 beanie or warm hat
    • 1 neck gaiter (multifunctional)
    • Underwear (synthetic or wool blend)
    • 1 set of comfortable sleeping clothes (e.g., pajamas)

Footwear:

  • Trekking boots: Sturdy, waterproof, and ankle-supporting boots with good traction are essential.

Headlamp:

  • A reliable headlamp with extra batteries is crucial for navigating in low-light conditions.

Sun protection:

  • Sunscreen (SPF 50+) with broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection
  • Sunglasses with UV protection

First-aid kit:

  • Assemble a well-stocked first-aid kit with essential medications like pain relievers, anti-diarrheal medication, insect repellent, blister bandages, and personal medications. Consider carrying altitude sickness medication (consult a doctor beforehand).

Hydration:

  • Water bottle or hydration bladder with enough capacity for your daily water needs (consider carrying purification tablets or a portable water filter).

Navigation:

  • Map of the trekking route (waterproof and physical copy recommended)
  • Compass (optional, but helpful for experienced trekkers)
  • GPS device (optional, with extra batteries)

Other essentials:

  • Daypack for carrying essentials during the day trips
  • Trekking poles (optional, but can offer support and stability on uneven terrain)
  • Reusable personal water bottle
  • Snacks and high-energy food items
  • Cash and/or credit card (depending on availability in remote areas)
  • Personal toiletries (minimal and biodegradable)
  • Small towel (quick-drying)
  • Spork or eating utensils
  • Whistle (for emergencies)
  • Zip-lock bags for organizing and protecting belongings
  • Repair kit for minor clothing or gear repairs
  • Camera and batteries (optional)
  • Power bank (optional, for charging electronic devices)

Additional Considerations:

  • Season-specific items: Pack additional layers like thermals, gloves, and a beanie for colder months. Conversely, pack lightweight and breathable clothing for summer treks. Rain gear like a poncho or rain pants might be necessary depending on the season and region.
  • Permits and documentation: Carry copies of your passport, travel insurance, and other essential documents.
  • Hygiene and sanitation: Pack biodegradable soap, toilet paper (consider eco-friendly options), and hand sanitizer for maintaining hygiene on the trek.
  • Cultural sensitivity: Research local customs and dress modestly, especially in religious areas.

Remember: Pack light but efficiently, prioritizing essential items. Research the specific weather conditions and potential hazards of your chosen trek to tailor your packing list accordingly.

YOU CAN ALSO RENT OUT WINTER JACKET, TREK SHOES, TREK PANTS, WOOLEN GLOVES AND SOCKS etc FROM US. Check the exclusions section for the price details.


  • Transportation (Manali to Manali)
  • Food: Day-1 Dinner to Day-4 Breakfast.
  • Accommodation: Two Nights Camping during the trek on Sharing Basis, One night room accommodation in Manali
  • Tents, Mattresses
  • Kitchen Tent, Equipment & All Rations
  • Trek Leader & Assistant Trek Leader / Local Guide
  • Support team
  • Mountaineering Course Qualified Trek Leader
  • Local Support Team for Geographical Intelligence
  • First-Aid Medical Kit with the Team

  • Delhi to Manali and return Volvo bus tickets (at extra cost or can book yourself)
  • Personal Gears
  • Meals During Transportation
  • Tips, Gratitude to the Team


Rental Gear: We also offer trekking gear on rental. 

  • Winter Jacket (-5 degrees) - Rs.  500
  • Trekking pole  - Rs. 200
  • Poncho   - Rs. 200
  • Gloves - Rs. 200
  • Gaiters - Rs. 200
  • Crampons  - Rs. 400
  • Head torch - Rs. 150
  • Trekking Shoe - Rs. 500
  • Trek pant - Rs. 400
    These prices are for the full trek.


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