Bhrigu Lake Trek
Fixed Departure: Every Friday (April 20 to June 30)
Mostly the mountain lakes are situated down on the river beds or the glacier beds in the valleys but Bhrigu lake is situated on a high mountain ridge, the feature that makes it different from other lakes. It is located at an altitude of 14000ft, half of the Mount Everest, to the south of Rohtang Pass on the mountain that makes the left bank slope of the river Beas. The trek to the lake is a upward climb on gentle slopes. As you go high on the mountain slope the surrounding mountain ridges seem rising high with you. . The trek gives a panoramic view of Manali valley. All the famous peaks of Kullu-Manali Himalaya— Indrasan, Deo Tibba, Hanuman Tibba, Makerbeh, Shikarbeh, Shitidhar, Friendship Peak, and Ladakhi put on show themselves around you. An excellent trek for photography.
The Lake is believed to be the meditation ground of Maharishi Bhrigu, the great sage in Hindu mythology who created the Bhrigu Samhita—the base of Hindu astrology
Day 01:- Manali to Mori Dugh Camp (9000ft) 3 Hours Trek
From your Hotel/Guest House at Manali, or from the Bus Station Manali a Jeep/ Car takes you to village Kulang, the road head place from where the trek starts. It takes 4 hrs. to reach the Mori Dugh Camp of Himalayan Mountain Sojourns. On your arrival at camp you are welcomed with a hot lunch. In the evening free time or you can take an acclimatization walk around the camp.
Day 02:- Mori Dugh Camp to Bhrigu Lake (14000ft) and Back; 8 Hours Trek
After an early breakfast and collecting pack lunch for the day, you leave for Bhrigu Lake. For first two hours you trek through dense silver oak forest. Reaching at an altitude of 10,000ft forest ends and meadows start. Even in the summer months of April, May and June these meadows are snow-covered. So it gives you a good experience of snow trekking. The trek gives a panoramic view of Manali valley. After reaching at Bhrigu spending some time there you descend down to the Mori Dugh Camp of Himalayan Mountain Sojourns.
Day 03:- Mori Dugh Camp to Vashisht (6500ft); 3 Hours Trek
Mori Dugh Camp to Vashisht- A downhill trek starts from the camp-site to take you to Vashisht village. Vashisht is one of the prominent tourist spots of Manali and is famous for its hot sulphur water springs. You can take a hot sulphur water bath in the public ponds here. You will be dropped at your Hotel/ Guest House at Manali or Bus Station Manali by a Jeep/Car.
Cost of the Trek: – Rs. 4500/-
*GST ———5% extra
Cost of the Trek: – Rs. 4500/-
*GST —–5 % Extra
20/4/2018 to 22/4/ 2018 Open
27/4/2018 to 29/4/2018 Open
4/5/2018 to 6/5/2018 Open
11/5/2018 to 13/5/2018 Open
18/5/2018 to 20/5/2018 Open
25/5/2018 to 27/5/2018 Open
1/6/2018 to 3/6/2018 Open
8/6/2018 to 10/6/2018 Open
15/6/2018 to 17/6/2018 Open
22/6/2018 to 24/6/2018 Open
29/6/2018 to 1/7/2018 Open
Note 1 : – If you are a group of minimum four persons, you can choose your own dates.
Note 2 : – If you plan to arrive at Manali one day before the trek starts and plan to stay at Manali itself on last day, you may ask for the accommodation in our Apple Orchard Cottage or private Huts on extra charges.
- All Meals (Vegetarian Food); except breakfast on arrival day and dinner on departure day.
- Tented accommodation in alpine tents: Twin/Triple sharing tents, sleeping bags, foam trekking mattresses and toilet tent.
- High Altitude Trekking Guide.
- Kitchen Staff with kitchen tent and all other necessary items of kitchen.
- Taxi from Hotel/Guest House/ Bus Station at Manali to road head place Kulang on arrival day
- Taxi from road head place Vashisht to Hotel/Guest House/Bus Station at Manali town on departure day.
- Any expense arising out of unforeseen circumstance like bus delays, roadblocks, landslides, etc.
- Medical Evacuation.
- Insurance Cover
- Any Expense not mentioned under ‘cost includes’