Located at a height of 14,000 feet above sea level, Bhrigu Lake is a relatively easy trek starting from Gulaba, a small yet beautiful village. On the journey, you walk through wild forest trails, vast expanses of apple orchards and charming old villages. After walking through these scenic locales, you reach the famous Vashisht Village. If you’re planning Bhrigu Lake trek in October, it will undoubtedly be a surreal experience.
In the last few years, Bhrigu Lake trek has become extremely popular. The high-altitude alpine meadows in this region are rare to find on an easy Indian trek. In the country, most alpine meadows can only be seen over 11,000 feet above sea level. Thus, it requires a lot of effort and time to witness the scenic beauty of these vast expanses. On the contrary, Bhrigu Lake trek can be covered within 2-3 days, and doesn’t require much effort.
According to seasoned trekkers, the lush meadows near Bhrigu Lake give the same appearance as the ones in Europe. Once you reach the destination, you can spend a good amount of time to appreciate the beauty of raw nature. These alpine meadows stretch far and wide, allowing you to hike over dew. If you’re planning Bhrigu Lake trek, October will be an ideal choice.
Bhrigu Lake Trek in October
Until the region receives fresh snowfall, you can plan a journey in October. A lot of people wonder about the best time to visit Bhrigu Lake. During the dry period, there’s no need to worry about landslides and other unexpected circumstances. In October, lush meadows start changing colour, and it marks the arrival of the autumn season. In the first half of the month, you can cherish a wholesome Bhrigu Lake trekking experience.
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Renok Adventures has been organising tours to Bhrigu Lake for quite some time. We have a team of seasoned trekkers, support staff and guides to ensure your safety, and provide you with an amazing trekking experience. If you’re planning Bhrigu Lake trek in October, feel free to get in touch with us. Please click here.