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Beas Kund Trek - 4 Days

Considered to be the birthplace of river Beas. Beas Kund is a high altitude alpine lake that sits royally amidst the mountains of Himachal, 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. It is starting point of different route for different peaks like Shetidhar, Friendship Peak, Hanuman Tibba, Laddakhi Peak. After a long trek, it is wonderful to view of kund, peaks and glacier.

Beas Kund is a high altitude alpine lake that sits royally amidst the mountains of Himachal, 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.

Day 1
Manali-Dhundi-Baker Thach

It is a 21 km/one-hour drive via Solang valley to Dhundi, starting point of the trek. Dhundi is at an altitude of 3139 meters above sea level. After providing dry rations and packed lunch, trek starts by 11:30 AM from the Dhundi Bridge. It is a 4.5 km of moderate climb until Bhakarthatch, our campsite for first day.

Day 2
Bakra thatch-Beas Kund

After breakfast we trek to Beas Kund. The route is through boulders and rocks in summers and through the snow in winters. After trekking for 4-5 hours, we will reach the beautiful Beas Kund. This lake is the origin of River Beas. Beas Kund is also the base camp for summit peaks like Friendship, Ladakhi, and Shitidhar. After spending some time clicking pictures and having some food here, we head back to our camp in Bakkarthatch.

Day 3
Bakra thatch-Manali

We follow same route as we did on first day.

Day 4
At what time should we reach Manali?

You’ll have to be in Manali at 10.3o am. The exact gathering point is Manali Bus Stop where you’ll meet your team of trekkers.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • Accommodation
  • Meals
  • Forest Entry and Permissions
  • Certification on Completion

The Trip Cost Excludes

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    Frequently asked Questions

    Are there mobile signals at any place on the trek?

    Unfortunately or fortunately, there are no mobile signals at any place on the trek. Even the BSNL and Airtel Postpaid connections do not work. After leaving Manali, there are mobile signals for around 15 minutes only. So, please inform your loved ones in advance.

    What is the best time to do this trek?

    May to July and September to October are the best months for the Beas Kund trek.

    What will we do if it rains?

    If it starts raining while you’re trekking, we will continue on the trail as planned. Your poncho should protect you from the rain. Carry a backpack cover for extra protection from rain for your belongings. When it rains at the campsite, we usually get together in the dining tent and play games. The tents that you will be staying in, the dining tent, kitchen and toilet tents are all water proof, so you will stay dry inside.

    What if I fall ill and cannot continue the trek?

    In a casy of emergency, our trek lead first provides you basic first aid and then with a helper take you to nearest road head. They can also make a temporary stretcher if need arises. From road head, they will take you to nearest hospital for your treatment and inform your loved ones. Please note that vehicle and hospital charges will have to be borne by you.

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    Price From INR  5,700/person
    5,700
    Total 5,700 INR

    Trip Facts

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    • min 4 -max 30
    • EASY – MODERATE
    • 3700 m (11,975 FT) Max.
    • Day -5°c to 5 °c Night -5°c to -15°c
    • Day 5°c to 15 °c Night 0°c to 5°c
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