• Altitude: 14,000 ft
  • Season: May-Oct
  • Region: Manali
  • Grade: Easy to Moderate

Trekking to high-altitude glacial Lakes in itself is quite adventurous and manages to catch the interest of every hiker. Usually, these high altitudes lakes are difficult to reach and need days of hiking and crossing difficult terrains, before the sight of the lake can be cherished. But all these tough complications can be kept at bay with the beautiful Bhrigu Lake Trek in the upper Kullu Valley based on the eastern side of the famous Rohtang pass in Himachal Pradesh. This is an ideal weekend hiking trip promising loads of entertainment for both beginners as well as experienced hikers. Nestled at an altitude of 14,000 ft the Bhrigu Lake Trek offers fascinating natural vistas and breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains, lush meadows ad verdant rich forests

Day 1 Manali to Gulaba to Raulikhoi

Meals: No Breakfast Lunch Dinner

We’ll drive to Gulaba, halfway up the Rothang Pass, and start the trek from the roadside. It’s the steady ascent of 700m and will give everyone the chance to stretch their legs into the groove. Throughout the day we’ll have great views of the peak Hanuman Tibba(5980m)massif. We camp on the atmospheric bowl of Raulikhoi.

Day 2 Rahulikhoi to Panduropa via Bhrighu Lake

Meals: Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Today’s trekking will take us once more onto the high plateaus above the Kullu Valley. We start the day with an ascent up to Bhrighu Lake (4280m). Another isolated spot, the lake nestles under it’s own peak which stands at 45550m and offers great views once again. We’ll climb to the top of Bhrighu Peak before starting our journey back towards the valley floor. We’ll camp just above the tree line and have a last chance to savior the magnificent views. After staying at Bhrigu Lake for a couple of hours we start the trek back down to Moridug. Tonight we will be spending our night at the same campsite and tomorrow we head back to Vashisht from where we started our trek.

Day 3 Panduropa to Vashisht

Meals: Breakfast Lunch No Dinner

We have a steep descent to finish the trek today. The trail winds its way through the various types of vegetation on offer in the valley and as we get closer to the village of Vashisht will hopefully see some of the area's wonderful wildlife. Snow cocks, monals, and khaji pheasants are some of the many birds around, and above there are sure to be plenty of eagles and vultures gliding effortlessly through the sky. Vashisht is famous for its natural hot spring and upon arriving in the village we’ll head straight for a relaxing bath. The perfect way to end the trek.

Trek Fee Includes:

  • Accommodation: From Day 1 to last day of the trek accommodation will be provided at campsite.
  • Meals: From Dinner on Day to Breakfast on Last day of trek are included. Himalayan Trekker Provides on Vegetarian food.
  • Trek Equipments: Sleeping bag, mattress, tent (twin sharing), kitchen & dinning tent, toilet tent and utensils.
  • Camping Charges: All necessary permits and entry fees.
  • Safety Equipment: First aid medical kits, stretcher and oxygen cylinder.

Trek Fee NOT Includes:

  • Food during transit to and from the base camp
  • Backpacks Offloading: Porter to carry personal backpack
  • Note:Himalayan Trekker expect you to carry your own backpacks,if you wish to offload your backpack, you can give it to Potar. Charges - 800 full trek You have to inform us in advance for backpack offloading. once we reached at starting point of trek offloading can't be possible.
  • Stay at Manali on the last day
  • Anything apart from inclusions

Cancellation Polices:

  • Cancellations prior to 10 days from the start of the Trek: Get a full refund (minus 5% transaction cost). The money will be transferred to the same bank account from where the transaction was made.
  • Cancellations prior to 7 days from the start of the Trek: 50% Cancellations Charges. The money will be transferred to the same bank account from where the transaction was made.
  • Cancellations less than 5 days of departure: Unfortunately, NO REFUND.
  • If Trek Cancelled Himalayan Trekker: You will get 100% refund without any transaction cost.

Himalayan Trekker's Trek Essential Checklist:

Faq's of Bhrigu Lake Trek:

1. When is the best time to go for Bhrigu Lake trekking?
Starting from Mid May, till the month of September, trekking to Bhrigu Lake is absolutely allowed and travelers can plan accordingly. However the ideal time is before the month of June and after August since this is the monsoon time and there remains the probability of landslides in the region.
2. What medicines I should carry? Can I take diamox?
You can carry you own personal medicines and firs-aid kit with you, but make sure you have consulted the concern doctor before carrying medicines and before consuming any medicine discuss with your trek leader. Yes, you can carry Diamox only if you have Doctor's prescription.
3. Will there be mobile connectivity?
Indian mobile networks do not work for most part of this trek. Jio, Airtel and BSNL are the only mobile networks that work in patches along the way (but are inconsistent).
4. What will be the Bhrigu Lake temperature?
Trek April to May when it's quite comfortable (temperature ranges between 6 - 18°C) and the flowers like rhododendrons, orchid, primula are in full bloom. In May however there are chances of occasional showers and the sky remaining cloudy at times. The second season is between October to November when the bhrigu lake temperature ranges between 1 - 6°C, visibility is excellent and there may be occasional snowfall.
5. Is it a good trek for first timer?
Yes, this trek is an easy trek. But it makes a lot of sense to spend some time before coming on a trekking holiday getting some additional exercise.
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Advisory:

  • > Before undertaking the trek, consult a physician.
  • > Children below 16 years are not allowed on the trek.
  • > Do not consume alcohol or any other intoxicants during the trek.
  • > Carry your personal basic medications and a first-aid kit during the trek.
  • > Do not take any kind of medications without discussing it with your trek leader.
  • > The trek takes place through ECO-FRIENDLY do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites.
  • > Do not consume alcohol or any other intoxicants during the trek.
  • > The itinerary and trekking route is subject to change without prior notice based on the weather conditions and guide’s discretion.

Trek Fee:

5950 Per person

Minimum Group size is 4 Persons

25% Amount will be paid in Advance to Book Your Trek

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