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22 Best Treks from Manali Trekking Circuit

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Manali Trekking – The Adventure Capital of India

For all thrill seekers in Himalayas Manali is the one stop solution for all your needs like Biking Trips, Paragliding, Jeep Safari, Manali Camping but Manali Trekking circuit has all sorts of trek from day treks to week long trekking expeditions in and around Manali. Manali Altitude is around 2000 meters which makes it an ideal location for easy to challenging trek in Himalayas

22 Best Treks from Manali Trekking circuit from Weekend Trek to Week Long Trek

Manali is situated at an altitude of 2050 Meters above sea level which make Manali Trekking Circuit most sought after trekking trips in the Indian Himalayas. The good connectivity by Volvo buses from Delhi or Chandigarh gives it an edge over other treks In Himachal. Manali Trekking have everything for everyone from one day treks like Lamadugh, Jogini Waterfalls to week long treks like Hamtpa Pass.

1. Beas Kund Trek

Beas Kund Trek a short trek of over 3 days will take you the source of River Beas. Beas Kund trek is short trek but it is full of stunning views of glaciers and snow clad peaks. Bakarthach campsite is the highlight of the trek due to stunning views of hanging glaciers.

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Max Altitude           : 3650 Meters

Best Season          : April to November

Duration                : 3 to 4  Days

Difficulty Level       : Easy to Moderate

Trekking Distance : 20 Kms (Approx)

 

2. Bhrigu Lake Trek

Bhrigu Lake trek is a short trek near Manali which takes you to pristine lake Bhrigu Lake located at an elevation of around 4,300 metres (14,100 ft) in Kullu district, Himachal Pradesh. It is located to the east of Rohtang Pass and is around 6 kilometres from Gulaba village.

Bhrigu Lake Trek by Crawford Learmonth Manali Trekking
Bhrigu Lake Trek : Photo Credit : Crawford Learmonth Flickr

 

Max Altitude          : 4300 Meters

Best Season          : April to November

Duration                : 3 to 4  Days

Difficulty Level       : Easy to Moderate

Trekking Distance : 18 Kms (Approx)

3. Lama Dugh Trek

A day hike which starts from backpackers paradise Old Manali through thick forest of Deodar, Pine, Oak, Horse Chestnut and Cedar  to the beautiful meadow of Lama Dugh at an altitude of 3635 meters which offer great views of Manali, Manalsu Glacier, Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges including Hanuman Tibba, Deo Tibba and Rohtang Pass. You can enjoy Manali camping as well on Lama Dugh Trek.

Max Altitude           : 3000 Meters

Best Season          : April to December

Duration                : 1 to 2  Days

Difficulty Level       : Easy

Trekking Distance : 17 Kms (Approx)

4. Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek takes you through one of the most breathtakingly beautiful parts of the country. If you are short on time then Deo Tibba Trek is just the right one for you. You will walk through dreamy fairytale meadows filled with beautifully scented junipers, silver birch trees and vibrant rhododendrons. You will see the pristine snow clad peaks of Deo Tibba and alpine forests of this beautiful region.

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Max Altitude           : 4450 Meters

Best Season           : May to November

Duration                 : 4 to 5  Days

Difficulty Level       : Easy to Moderate

Trekking Distance : 37 Kms (Approx)

5. Vashisht Jogini Waterfall Trek

Jogini Water Trek starts from sleepy town of Vashisht and after trekking for about 3 Kms. It’s a gentle walk through the forest and views of Rohtang and river Beas on your left side. 

Jogini Waterfall Trek - Manali Trekking

Max Altitude           : 2850 Meters

Best Season          : All Year

Duration                : 1  Day

Difficulty Level       : Easy

Trekking Distance : 11 Kms (Approx)

6. Baralacha Chandratal Lake Trek

Chandratal to Baralacha La trek in Himachal Pradesh is full of adventure and excitement. You start from the source of Chandra River and end this trek at Suraj Tal at Baralacha La which is said to be the source of Bhaga River. This trek is not for the faint heart but for those who have have extensive trekking experience as you will be crossing glacial water bodies and reaching reasonably high altitude.

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Max Altitude          : 4950 Meters

Best Season          : July to October

Duration                : 5 to 7  Days

Difficulty Level       : Moderate to Challenging

Trekking Distance : 56 Kms (Approx)

7. Hampta Pass Trek

Hampta Pass is the most famout trek in Manali Trekking circuit, This 5 day trek including a visit to Chandratal Lake and beauty of this trek is that in short duration you get to see different landscape everyday. Hampta Pass takes you from lush green Kullu Valley to barren Lahaul and Spiti which have similar landscape of Ladakh and on top of that camping at Chandratal lake is icing on the cake.

Max Altitude           : 4450 Meters

Best Season          : June to October

Duration                : 4 to 5  Days

Difficulty Level       : Easy to Moderate

Trekking Distance : 31 Kms (Approx)

8. Chanderkhani Pass Trek

Chanderkhani Pass or Malana trek  takes you to Malana village over Chanderkhani Pass which is infamous for “Malana Cream” a hash which famous globally. The Malana village is a small community of tribal people who have a unique culture and their very own government.

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Max Altitude            : 4450 Meters

Best Season           : May to November

Duration                 : 4 to 5  Days

Difficulty Level        : Easy to Moderate

Trekking Distance  : 37 Kms (Approx)

9. Tosh Valley Trek

Tosh Valley trek is a popular small trek in the Parvati Valley which leads to the Pin Parvati Pass Trek and Animal Pass Trek and little less explored in Manali Trekking circuit. The Tosh Nallah meets the Parbati river at Pulga coming from the North. The Tosh valley Trek starts in a narrow valley but as you trek it opens up and you come across several beautiful meadows along the Tosh Valley Trek.

Max Altitude          : 4450 Meters

Best Season          : May to November

Duration                 : 5 to 6  Days

Difficulty Level       : Easy to Moderate

Trekking Distance : 55 Kms (Approx)

10. Bijli Mahadev Winter Trek

The trek to Bijli Mahadev starts from Chansari village which is 24 kilometres from Kullu and is accessible by public bus and taxi. The trekking route starts as a narrow trekking trail through Pine trees and covered in snow in winter. A gorgeous meadow with an ancient Shiva temple, famous for its stone Shiva-Linga that shatters every year on the eve of Maha Shivratri when each time lightning strikes it, only to be resurrected by the Pujari.

Max Altitude           : 4450 Meters

Best Season           : March to December

Duration                 : 4 to 5  Days

Difficulty Level        : Easy to Moderate

Trekking Distance  : 20 Kms (Approx)

11. Khar Myundari Trek

Short on Holidays and want to enjoy trekking in Himalayas then Khar Myundari Trek is the perfect Manali Weekend Trek. Khar Myundari starts from Setan which around 1 hour drive from Manali. This trek takes you to the beautiful campsite beside the lake and offer great views of Kullu Valley. This is becoming a the best weekend trek in Manali Trekking circuit similar to Triund Trek.

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Max Altitude            : 3340 Meters

Best Season           : All Year round

Duration                  : 2 to 3 Days

Difficulty Level        : Easy

Trekking Distance  : 19 Kms (Approx)

12. Kheerganga Trek

Kheerganga trek is much needed break from the hippie town of Tosh or Kasol. Kheerganga Trek is very pleasant and offers some exhilarating views. During the trek the vegetation changes dramatically and at the end of the trek it open up into a beautiful meadow with beautiful views and a natural hot water spring after the arduous trek.

Max Altitude            : 2960 Meters

Best Season           : May to November

Duration                 : 1 to 2  Days

Difficulty Level        : Easy

Trekking Distance  : 19 Kms (Approx)

13. Fakunda Peak Trek

Fakunda Peak is popular trekking peak near Manali which takes you to an altitude of 3,998 metres. It is one of the most popular trails in the Manali Trekking circuit. Parvati Valley abounds in natural beauty with snow-clad mountains, perennial rivulets and streams waterfalls, picturesque meadows in the midst of dense forests of Deodar trees, which beckon the young adventure lover to come and experience the serene and calm atmosphere of all pervading nature.

Max Altitude           : 3998 Meters

Best Season          : May to November

Duration                 : 4 to 5  Days

Difficulty Level        : Easy to Moderate

Trekking Distance  : 26 Kms (Approx)

14. Manali to Bir Billing Trek – Thamsar Pass Trek

This is a 14 days nights challenging trek and It is one of the most enchanting and picturesque treks leading from the Kullu valley into the Scenic Kangra valley. Bara Bhangal is one of the most remote villages of Himachal Pradesh and there is no road approach this arduous trek is part of Manali to Bir trek via Thamsar Pass. This trek is weary and required good mountaineering and technical skills. Himachal Gaddis (Shepherds) are common sight on this trekking trail.

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Max Altitude         : 4850 Meters

Best Season         : July to October

Duration                : 10 to 11  Days

Difficulty Level       : Moderate to Challenging

Trekking Distance  : 70 Kms (Approx)

15. Manali Trekking Camps

When you think of some offbeat Holiday like Trekking or Camping then think of Manali Trekking Camps with Himalayan Frontiers. Manali Trekking Camp at Khar Myundari, Chika, Bhrigu Lake or Solang Valley are full of advntures and fun. They are suitable for any age group they are never short of fun.

Max Altitude           : 3550 Meters

Best Season           : All Year Round

Duration                 : 2 to 3  Days

Difficulty Level        : Easy

Trekking Distance  : 16 Kms (Approx)

16. Weekend Manali Trekking to Chika

Tourist throng to Rohtang pass to see the the trek but believe us it not at worth the effort. A short trek from Jobri to Chika in the month of April & May will give you unending views of snow and fun of trekking in snow. Camp at Chika overnight with bonfire and return to Manali next day.

Max Altitude          : 3100 Meters

Best Season         : April  to December

Duration                : 1 to 2  Days

Difficulty Level      : Easy

Trekking Distance : 9 Kms (Approx)

17. Shitidhar Peak Climb

At over 5250 meter Mt Shitidhar is a good peak for those who are looking for their first peak to summit in Himalayas in Manali Trekking circuit. The base camp is set up at Beas Kund another famous trek in Manali Trekking circuit. From the Shitidhar summit one can have wonderful views of Hanuman Tibba, Indrasan and Deo Tibba.

Max Altitude         : 5250 Meters

Best Season         : May to June & Setember to October

Duration                : 5 to 6 Days

Difficulty Level      : Moderate to Challenging

Trekking Distance : 45 Kms (Approx)

18. Hamta Circle Trek

The Hamta circle trek is an easy to moderate grade trek near in Manali Trekking cuircuti which starts from the sleepy town of Jagatsukh on Naggar road. Trek through the village trail surrounded by Apple Orchard which enters in dense forest of deodar,  Pine, Oak and Cedar. The beauftiful campsite which great veiws of Manali and Rohtang comes once you cross the tree line.

Max Altitude          : 3800 Meters

Best Season          : May to November

Duration                : 4 to 5  Days

Difficulty Level       : Easy

Trekking Distance  : 31 Kms (Approx)

19. Patalsu Peak Trek

A short 3 day trek from Solang valley takes you to the beautiful Patalsu Peak and takes you the maximum altitude of 4472 meters which no other trek has to offer. Trek from Solang to Shaghadugh campsite and next day trek to Patalsu Peak and return to solang.

Max Altitude         : 4472 Meters

Best Season         : June to November

Duration                : 3 to 5  Days

Difficulty Level       : Easy to Moderate

Trekking Distance  : 33 Kms (Approx)

20. Friendship Peak Trek

Friendship peak is a trekking peak in the Beas Kund area with an altitude of 5289 Meters. It is an ideal trekking peak for those who are looking for their first Himalayan Peak with an altitude of above 5000 meters.

Max Altitude           : 5289 Meters

Best Season          : June, September & October

Duration                : 5 to 6  Days

Difficulty Level       : Moderate to Challenging

Trekking Distance  : 46 Kms (Approx)

21. Rumsu Basecamp Winter Trek

Take Rumsu Basecamp Winter Trek to experience the snowfall during winter. This trek start from Naggar a small town in Kullu district famous for Naggar Castle and Roerich Art Gallery. Trek from Naggar to Rumsu basecamp through the snowy trail and enjoy trekking in the snow to the fullest.

Max Altitude          : 3850 Meters

Best Season          : December to March

Duration                : 3 to 4  Days

Difficulty Level       : Easy

Trekking Distance  : 22 Kms (Approx)

22. Sar Pass Trek

Sar Pass Trek an ideal trek for beginners through thick forests, alpine meadows and Himalayan villages which will take you to an altitude of 13,800 ft and offers an amazing views of snow clad peaks. The Sar Pass Trek starts from Kasol which is famous among the backpackers. Furthermore Kasol is also a starting point for many treks in the Parvati Valley like Tosh Valley Trek, Animal Pass Trek, Sara Umga Pass Trek and many more.

Max Altitude         : 4220 Meters

Best Season         : May to October

Duration                : 4 to 5  Days

Difficulty Level       : Easy to Moderate

Trekking Distance  : 31 Kms (Approx)

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek – Renok Adventures

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Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek 

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek takes you through one of the most breathtakingly beautiful parts of the country. If you are short on time then Deo Tibba Trek is just the right one for you. You will walk through dreamy fairytale meadows filled with beautifully scented junipers, silver birch trees and vibrant rhododendrons. You will see the pristine snow clad peaks of Deo Tibba and alpine forests of this beautiful region. Deo Tibba Trek is a very picturesque trek and is perfect for lovers of flora and fauna.

Trek Duration : 5 Days 4 Nights

Destinations Covered during Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek  : Manali, Jobri, Piyang Niru, Chotta Chandratal

Cost per Person: Rs 9500 + 4.5% per person (Ex Manali)live streaming movie Transformers: The Last Knight 2017

Early Bird Booking Rs 8950 + 4.5% per person (Ex Manali) Book by 31st January

What’s Included :

  • Accommodation during Trek(Camping)
  • Meals while on trek (Veg)
  • Transport as per the Itinerary
  • Permits
  • First aid medical kits
  • Qualified and experienced Trek Guide and support staff.

What’s Not Included :

  • Trekking Poles, Jackets, Boot, etc
  • Meals during transit and in Manali
  • Cost Escalation due to natural reason

DEPARTURES (All departures for Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek  are ex Manali)

  • Batch 1: 6th May 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 2: 13th May 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 3: 20th May 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 4: 27th May 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 5: 3rd June 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 6: 10th June 2017(Open)
  • Batch 7: 17th June 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 8: 24th June 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 9: 1st July 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 10: 8th July 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 11: 15th July 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 12: 22nd July 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 13: 29th July 2017 (Open)
  • Batch 14: 5th August 2017 (Open)

Brief Itinerary (Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek )

Day 1: Drive from Manali to Jagatsukh and trek to Chikka ( 5 Hours)

Day 2: Trek from Chikka to Seri Camp (5 Hours)

Day 3. Trek from Seri to Tainta and Trek to Chotta Chandratal and return to Tainta (8 Hours)

Day 4. Trek from Tainta to Chika (11 Kms 5 hours)

Day 5. Trek from Chika to Jagatsukh and Drive to Manali

Detailed Itinerary (Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek )

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek  Day 1 

Day 1 : Drive from Manali to Jagatsukh and trek to Chikka ( 5 Hours)

The very first day we will meet at Manali SBI ATM on mall road outside government bus stand. After briefing and introduction we will drive towards the trek starting point at Jagatsukh and start the trek alongside the Jagatsukh Nalah. Intial let of the trek is through thick green forests of Deodar, Oak and Pine trees. Stay overnight in tents.

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek  Day 2

Day 2: Trek from Chikka to Seri Camp (5 Hours)

After breakfast we start the trek for Seri. The route is along the right bank of Jagatsukh nalah. After a time the tree line starts to disappear slowly & the high altitude zone start. The effects of high altitude will be more visible when you will be gasping for your breadth. Deo Tibba Trek   Overnight in tents at Seri.

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek  Day 3

Day 3:

We start early in the morning for Tenta which offers magnificent views of the towering Mount Deo Tibba and its massive glaciers. The day starts early today as we will be taking our packed lunch and essentials like water bottle, Jackets & Ponchos. The stretch will be through moraines with and uphill trekking on intervals. All along the trail massive Deo Tibba always stay in view. If weather permit us then we can trek upto Chota Chandratal and having lunch at such a place is like a dream come true after spending quality time and packed lunch we trek back to Seri Tenta and overnight in camps.

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek  Day 4

Day 4: Trek from Tainta to Chika (11 Kms 5 hours)

Today you will be trekking for around 5 to 6 hours to reach our camping in himalayas at Chika. The trek passes through the mix of ascend and descend. Once you cross the stream then it’s fairly gradual trekking trail. En route, you will get amazing views of Kullu Valley and the majestic views of Himalayan mountain of Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal Range of greater Himalayas. Overning stay in camp.

Deo Tibba Base Camp Trek  Day 5

Day 5. Trek from Chika to Jagatsukh and Drive to Manali (5 Hours)

We trek downhill after the success full Deo Tibba Trek by folloing the same trekking trail. Drive back to Manali.

Hamtpa Pass Trek can be combined with this trek to make it a 10 days trek from Manali to Manali

Please Note: Depending upon the weather conditions the itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.