Information on the Beas kund Trek that you should know
One of the most famous tours from Manali, the Beas Kund tour has its own religious significance and beauty. This alone makes it more interesting than any other trip, as you get to see the glaciers and meltwater into a small stream that then takes the form of a large river like the one of the Beas.
Therefore, to help you find the time you need to prepare for the trip, a simple combination of all the important details of the trip is provided below.
Details of the Beas Kund tour
Quick facts about the Beas Kund Trek
Route Type: Properly Trampled Throughout
Duration: 3-4 days
Maximum height: 12,500 feet
Temperature: Between 13c (55f) July to -7c (19f) in winter
Travel distance: 47 km
How to Get There
You can take a bus or cab from ISBT Delhi to Manali, the distance from Delhi to Manali is 570 km. The nearest airport is Bhuntar and is located 52 kilometers from Manali.
Food and Water: Beas Kund Trek
Also try to refill the water for future use, whenever you get access to clean water on the trip.
The mosMost eggs may be found but are less likely to be similar.
As for accommodation, you can find several camps along the way that provide shared tent accommodation for pedestrians. It is best to carry your camping tents as there are no other accommodations available on this route.
A hiking experience near a glistening alpine high lake.
Camping in the area around snow-capped mountains and beautiful meadows.
Enjoy the magnificent views of Deo Tibba, Indrasan Peak and Hanuman Tibba
See for yourself the beauty of the starry skies, which seem to be lost in the hustle and bustle of the city.
Meet local people, get to know them and their lives in the mountains.
Download some of the best views you can come across, with a good quality camera to enjoy the memories later.
Things to carry
- Your travel gear and camping equipment.
- Apply warm clothing, regardless of the weather.
- It is important to carry your own medical kit and first aid kit.
- Flashlight with extra batteries.
- As the sun shines brightly in high places, be sure to have your sunscreen, sunglasses and caps or hats on.
- To capture a panoramic view of speed, be sure to carry your camera, and additional batteries, as you will not be able to recharge it on the go.
- Personal bath items.
- Water bottles, power tools and backpacks are some of the must-haves when you embark on this journey.
Travel Tips and Tips
- If you are arriving at a very high altitude, take time to adjust to the temperature and humidity of the area before taking a trip.
- Do not eat any alcohol or other alcoholic beverages while traveling.
- You can roam the mountains at night.
- Do not dump rubbish in the area, as it is an eco-friendly place and try to avoid the same in camps.
Manali, Solang, Dhundi and Bakerthach
Distance: 12kms drive, 11km trip; duration: 8-9 hours
Once you reach Manali, it is best to drive up to the Solang camp at a distance of 12kms. This is the point at which the journey officially begins. From Solang, hike and walk along the Beas River 8 km to Dhundi. This first leg of the trip is slow and long.
A relatively easy trip makes you meet the beautiful views of Deo Tibba, Indrasan Peak and Hanuman Tibba. Once you reach Dhundi, you head ahead to cross a small bridge near the itinerary. After crossing the bridge you will arrive in Bakerthach. Take a whole day to relax and explore at Bakethach.
Bakerthach, Beas Kund, Bakerthach
Distance: 6km; duration: 6-7 hours
The second leg of the trek from Bakerthach is relatively strong and very blessed with natural beauty. As you start the climb from Bakerthach you will meet a small lake for a while from Dhundi. This small lake is Beas Kund, and it is considered to be the source of the Beas river. The melting of the alpine ice on the way to the kund is the first reason for this kund or small pond.
Among the other beautiful views of the Dhauladhar range, you can see beautiful peaks around the lake like Shitidhar, Makerbeh, and Shikhar Beh. Relax slightly in this panoramic and head back to the same route to Bakerthach. Try to arrive on time so that you can get proper rest and sleep at night.
Bakerthach, Solang, Manali
Back in the first leg of the trek, you enter a slow descent towards Dhundi from Bakerthach by the same route. If you are in Solang, experience the various activities in the region and explore the environment in this blessed valley.