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Manali Trekking Circuit 10 Best Treks

The one-stop answer for all thrilling Himalayan searchers in Manali is Biking Trips, Paragliding, Jeep Safari, Manali Camping, Manali River, or Manali Camping Luxury, but Manali’s Trekking Circuit offers many walking excursions, from one day’s trip to Manali and all over the world. The altitude of Manali is about 2000 meters and it is a perfect site for easily difficult hiking in the Himalayas. These are some of Himachal’s best hiking and some of Manali’s best places.

List of 10 Manali Best Trekking and Manali Things

Manali is located 2050 meters above sea level, the most sought-after trekking expeditions in the Indian Himalayas are the Manali Trekking Circuits. Volvo bus service from Delhi or Chandigarh provides an edge over other hiking tours in Himachal. For everyone from one-day hikes like the Lamadugh, Jogini Waterfalls to weekly treks like the Hamtpa Pass. Trekking for Manali has everything.

In Manali, where regular tourists go, only a traveler or explorer walks along these routes, is full of secret wonderful spots to visit. Khar Myundari is one of the best hiking areas in Manali, easy to get to even in winter, and is famed for Igloo House in winter. 

1. Beas Kund Trek

Beas Kund Journey takes you to the source of the Beas River for a short trek over three days. Beas Kund’s Trek is a short one but it has amazing vistas of snow-capped peaks and hanging glaciers. The pinnacle of the hike with amazing views of overhanging glaciers is the Bakarthach campground. Beas Kund Trek is one of Himachal’s best treks and Beas River’s source.

2. Bhrigu Lake Trek

Bhrigu is a short hike near Manali leading to pristine Bhrigu Lake, located in the region of Kullu, Himachal Pradesh at an altitude of approximately 4,300m (14,100ft). In May, when most of the others passes are blocked, Bhrigu Lakes Trek is the best trek on Manali. It is situated east of Rohtang Pass and approximately 6 km from the town of Gulaba. Bhrigu Lake is one of Manali Trekking’s greatest spots to see. In our Manali Adventure Camp in Prini we provide a Manali Trekking package which usually starts with a night’s stay.

3. Lamadugh Trek

Lamplugh A short one day walk through the forests of Deodar, Pine, Oak, Horse Chestnut, and Cedar to Lamadugh at 3635m altitude from backpacker paradise Old Manali, offering great views over the ranges of Manali, Manalsu Glacier, Dhauladhar, and Pir Panjal, including Hanuman Tibba, Deo Tibba, and Rohtang Pass. On Lamadugh Trek you can also enjoy camping in Manali.

4. Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek takes you across one of the country’s most stunning places. Deo Tibba Trek is just the ideal thing for you if you are short on time. You will go across dreamlike wetlands of fairy tales replete with magnificent junipers, silver birches, and colorful rhododendrons. You will view Deo Tibba and the alpine forests of this wonderful area with magnificent snow-covered peaks.

5. Vashisht Jogini Waterfall Trek

Jogini Waterfall is one of the top sites to visit in Manali and is a day trip. Jogini Waterfall Trek begins at the tranquil town of Vashisht and you reach Jogini Waterfall for around 3 km after trekking. You are a gentle walk in the woodland and on your left hand, you see Rohtang and the River Beas. This trek is the ideal thing to do in Manali if you are limited in time and is one of Manali’s finest spots.

6. Baralacha Chandratal Lake Trek

The Himachal Pradesh trip is full of adventure and excitement. Chandratal to Baralaha You start from the spring of the river Chandra and finish this walk in the Baralacha valley, which is called the spring of the river Bhaga. This tour is for people who have significant hiking expertise, not the fainthearted, as you cross glacial waters at quite a high altitude.

7. Hampta Pass Trek

It is certainly the nicest tour in the Himachal and the best locations to visit in Manali. Hampta Pass is the most famous hike in Manali. This 5 day walk, with a visit to Chandratal Lake and the charm of this tour, is to view new landscapes every day in a short period of time. From the luxuriant green Kullu to the Spiti valley, Hampta Pass takes you to Ladakh, and the Cake is icing on top of the camping at Chandratal Lake.

8. Chanderkhani Pass Trek

You’ll find many people at Old Manali selling Manali Hash when Malana Cream doesn’t fall for that, Chanderkhani Pass or Malana Trek leads to Malana Village through Chanderkhani, a popular hash for ‘Malana Cream.’ The village of Malana is a small community of tribal people of unique culture and government. When Himachal Pradesh’s administration built a hydroelectric power plant in Malana, it was the first road to link this picturesque village. This is Manali’s greatest trek in May.

9. Tosh Valley Trek

Tosh Valley is a popular little walk across the Parvati valley, leading to Pin Parvati Pass Trek and Animal Pass Trek and less-visited on the Manali Trek. The Tosh Nallah is coming from the north to meet the river Parbati at the Pulga. The Tosh Trek begins in a confined valley, but as you walk, it spreads and you find some spectacular wilderness along the Tosh Valley Trek.

10. Bijli Mahadev Winter Trek

The route to Bijli Mahadev begins with the town of Chansar, 24 km from Kullu. Public transport and taxi service are available. The hiking trail begins as a narrow walking path amid pine trees and in winter is covered with snow. A magnificent meadow with its old Shiva temple which, on everyday lightning strikes, is known for its stone Shiva Linga shattered annually on the day before Maha Shivratri, exclusively for the Pujari.

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