Mountain Monks

Bhrigu Lake Trek,Himachal Pradesh@ INR 6500

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Batch 1 – > 3rd June 2017
Batch 2 -> 12th June 2017

Batch 3 – > 21st June 2017

Batch 4 – > 30th June 2017
Batch 5 – > 9th July 2017
Batch 6 – > 18th July 2017
Batch 7 -> 27th July 2017
Batch 8 -> 12th September 2017
Batch 9 -> 24th September 2017
Batch 10 – > 3rd October 2017

Bhirgu Lake is at an altitude of 4235 metres. It lies east of the Rohtang Pass and is about 6 km from the village of Gulaba. The shores of this clear water lake are visited regularly by the people of the area and are held sacred to ‘rishi’ Brighu.
 It can be reached by trekking either from the Vashishth temple, which is famous for its hot water springs, which is close to the town of Manali or from Gulaba village. 

Day 01

Manali (1950m) – Kothi (2150m) – Gulaba (3000m), drive 1 hrs. Trek to Rauli Kholi (3820m) 5 hrs.

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Today an early departure to Gulaba as later in the day traffic increases on Manali – Rohtang raod. Leaving Manali we drive along the Beas river untill Palchan and Kothi village. The drive continues to Gulaba last curve where we start our trek. We trek through dense forest of Deodar, and Fir.

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Gradually walking through forest we cross Thach ( pasture ) of Khanora. Overlooking at Solang, Kothi below and Hanuman Tibba plus numbers of birds can be spotted, out of all spectacular is Monal pheasant.  Finally we arrive at Siyander thach or Rauli Kholi. Which is also a nice campsite.

 

Day 02

Raudi Khodi – Trek to Bhrigu lake (4160m) – Panduropa (3440m) 5-6 hrs.

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Today after breakfast leaving Raudi Khodi behind we climb steep to Bhrigu lake, arriving at lake we walk along the ridge which presents spectacular and panoramic view of Manali mountains, continue along the ridge to the campsite of Panduropa.

 

Day 03

Trek to Vashisht (2050m) – Jogini waterfalls (2300m) – Bhang (2060m), 5-6hrs. Drive to Manali.

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Exploring in around, we slowly descend to tree line through meadows. For few hours we will have this great oppurtunity to explore panoramic view. Once tree line begins we descend steep to Vashisht village, lastly through apple orchards.

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Arriving at Vashisht we drop ourself at hot spring water .Continue to Jogini waterfall which takes 45 minutes to reach from Vashisht.  Finally at Bhang from where you will drive to Manali.

 

Inclusions:

  • Accommodation during the trek Day 1 ,2,3

  • Four times  meals a day – (all meals during the trek)

  • Trekking permits and forest camping charges

  • Services of an expert trek leader

  • Services of an expert trek team  (guides, cooks, helpers)

  • Transport from Manali to  Gulaba and  Bhang to Manali

    Exclusions:

  • Transport to and from Manali to nearest airport/railway station(can be arranged by us at an extra cost )
  • Food during transit is not included (to and from the base camp)
  • Backpack offloading charges – .Charges are additional for offloading last minute, on slope. The backpack cannot weigh more than 9 kgs. No suitcases/strolleys/duffel bags will be allowed.
  • Personal expenses of any kind
  • Anything apart from the inclusions.

 

Terms & Conditions

The trek fee includes all costs of the trek from the start of the trek  from Manali to the end of the trek at Manali

Backpack carrying: We expect all trekkers to carry their own backpacks

ON SPOT OFFLOADING If for some reason a trekker is unable to carry his or her backpack, while on the trek  then he/she can offload the same by paying an additional charge. as per charged by the porter to be hired on spot.
Part offloading is not allowed. Charges will vary for last minute on slope offloading. The backpack cannot weigh more than 9 kgs. No suitcases/strolleys/duffel bags will be allowed.
For any climatic changes or  unavoidable circumstances a buffer day may be provided. A minimal on spot fee would be collected from each of the trekkers.
The transport is arranged in shared cabs. Transport to and  from Manali  from the nearest airport/railway station can be arranged by us at an extra cost .Participants are expected to share the cost likewise.. We only arrange the vehicle pick up and drop.Hence we are not responsible for any issues during transport.
Drop out during trek: If for any reason a participant has to drop out from the trek on any day then we will  make arrangements for his/her return to the nearest road head. A staff will accompany the participant to the nearest road head.
 Fitness: A high altitude trek in the Himalayas requires considerable fitness.
Non-liability: We are not responsible for any loss/damage of your gears/equipment or other belongings on the trek.’
Payment:  50 % payment  of the trek fee has to be done online through credit/debit card or net banking. Cheque/draft or cash is not accepted. Payment can be done only after you have received an email confirming your position on the trek. An email containing an account number that allows you to make the payment online will be sent to you . and within 12 hours of  your payment , A mail confirming your booking for the trek along with the list to carry  would be sent to you accordingly.

The rest of the payment should be paid in Cash on spot at arrival at base camp.
Drinking alchohol or any form of intoxication during the trek is strictly prohibited. If found flouting the rules, your participation on the trek will be cancelled with immediate effect.

Documents required:

  • 2 photocopy of photo id proof (Voter Icard, Passport, Adhaar card) .Carry the original ID while coming for the trek

 

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