MumbaiRangers Trek to Beas kund manali in summer vacation 25th to 29th April 2016




Beas Kund – 11,600 ft.:


Beas Kund trek is one of the most popular and beautiful trek in Kullu Valley. Beas Kund is a holy lake where Rishi Vyas took his daily bath. River Beas originates from here. Solang Nalla base camp is 13 km from Manali and 1 hour drive, a popular place for tourists for ski slopes, para gliding etc. Dhundhi camp gives first glimpse of Mt. Hanuman Tibba and Seven Sisters. Beas Kund area might be full of snow at the time of this trek. This is enjoyable and easy going trek for any age group.




Choose from any below batches :


Beas Kund




01st to 05th April 2016 




07th to 11th April 2016




13th to 17th April 2016




19th to 23rd April 2016




25th to 29th April 2016






Manali :




At an altitude of 2,050 m (6,726 ft) in the Beas River Valley is a hill station nestled in the mountains of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley. It is located about 270 km (168 mi) north of the state capital, Shimla. Manali lies in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh state of India. It has become a tourist spot in recent years.




Manali with a population of approx. 30,000 is administratively a part of the Kullu district. The small town is the beginning of an ancient trade route to Ladakh and from there over the Karakoram Pass on to Yarkand and Khotan in the Tarim Basin.


Geography :


Manali is located at 32.2396 N, 77.1887 E, about 40 km (25 mi) north of Kullu town. The town ranges in elevation from 1,800 m (5,900 ft) to 2,000 m (6,600 ft) in the uppermost "Old Manali" section.




Demographics :


Manali is a small town with a population originating from around India. As of 2001 India census,[1] Manali had an official population of 6,265. Males constituted 64% of the population and females 36%. Manali had an average literacy rate of 74%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy was 80%, and female literacy was 63%. 9% of the population was under six years of age.


Climate :




The climate in Manali is predominantly cold during winters, and moderately cool during summers. The temperatures range from 4 °C (39 °F) to 20 °C (68 °F) over the year. The average temperature during summer is between 04 °C (39 °F) and 15 °C (59 °F), and between −15 °C (5 °F) and 05 °C (41 °F) in the winter.


Monthly precipitation varies between 31 mm (1.2 in) in November to 217 mm (8.5 in) in July. In average, some 45 mm (1.8 in) of precipitation is received during winter and spring months, increasing to some 115 mm (4.5 in) in summer as the monsoon approaches. The average total annual precipitation is 1,363 mm (53.7 in). Snowfall often takes place between November end to early February. The weather in manali is not stable.




 Vashishta Temple, Manali :


Manali is among top Indian skiing destinations. Manali is named after the Hindu lawgiver Manu. The word Manali is regarded as the changed name of "Manu-Alaya" which literally means "the abode of Manu". Legend has it that sage Manu stepped off his ark in Manali to recreate human life after a great flood had deluged the world. Manali is also often referred to as the "Valley of the Gods". The Old Manali village has an ancient temple dedicated to sage Manu.


History :


In ancient times, the valley was sparsely populated by nomadic hunters known as 'rakshas'. The next arrivals were the shepherds who arrived from the Kangra Valley and settled to take up agriculture. Some of the earliest inhabitants of the region are the 'naur' or 'nar', which is a caste unique to the Kullu valley. Only a few naur families are known to exist now. A naur family in the village Soyal near Haripur on the west bank of Manali was famous for the vast land they owned and their practice of having 'rakshas' as their labourers.




The British introduced apple trees and trout, The first apple orchard was set up by Britishers near patlikulh which were earlier not native to Manali flora and fauna. It is said that when apple trees were first planted the fruits were so plentiful that often branches, unable to bear the weight, would collapse. To this day, apple—along with plum and pear—remains the best source of income for the majority of its inhabitants.




Tourism in Manali received a boost after the rise of militancy in Kashmir in the late 1980s. This once quiet village was transformed into a bustling town with many hotels and restaurants.


Beas Kund trek is one of the most popular and beautiful trek in Kullu Valley. Beas Kund is a holy lake where Rishi Vyas took his daily bath. River Beas originates from here. Solang Nalla base camp is 13 km from Manali and 1 hour drive, a popular place for tourists for ski slopes, para gliding etc. Dhundhi camp gives first glimpse of Mt. Hanuman Tibba and Seven Sisters. Beas Kund area might be full of snow at the time of this trek. This is enjoyable and easy going trek for any age group. 


Itinerary :


Beas Kund 11,600 ft in Himachal Pradesh (Land of Snow Mountains)


An Enjoyable and Relaxed Five Days Ultimate High Altitude Trek 


A place of historical significance, Beas Kund is one of the most beautiful places in the Dhauladhar range (literally ‘the white range’) of the mighty Himalayas. Besides being regarded as sacred, Beas Kund is where the river Beas originates from and offer spectacular views of the nearby located Shitidhar, Ladakhi, Friendship and Hanuman Tibba peaks. One of the most alluring treks in the Kullu region, the trail offers panoramic views of the Pir Pangal range as well, and follows the banks of the river Beas. This is one of the most popular short treks through the Solang valley and takes you through an expanse of picturesque mountain landscapes. This trek is suitable for people for all age groups, and no prior trekking experience is required to join in.




Day 1: Manali :


Reporting Time : 06.00 a.m. to 10 a.m.




Manali to Drive Shikharpar Ultimate Stay – Feel like a home – (4 Km. from Manali)


 B/ Fast


 Room Allotment


 Introduction – Mountain Do’s and Don’t’s 


  Group Activity




  Acclimatization trek to “Jogini Water Fall”


  High Tea & Snacks


  Group Discussions


  Evening Hot Soup


  Dinner and Lights off 


Day 2: Burwa-Shikhar Par to Dhundi Glacier (10,800 ft) :


Time taken: 4 to 5 hours, 7 km


Today 7 km long trek takes us over loosely held boulders and moraines with Beautiful Ice Bridges/Glaciers at places. We continue up to a scenic campsite at the pastures of Dhundi Glacier which is a high-altitude meadow and literally means ‘shepherd’s field’. These enchanting meadows are very popular pastures for the Gaddis – a hardy nomadic tribe of shepherds, and it’s easy to find flocks of sheep grazing peacefully in this pastoral idyll. These sun and wind swept meadows will be a feast for your senses. Overnight stay in tents.


 B/ Fast (After B/Fast move to Dhundi Glacier)


 Pack Light Snacks during Trek


 Lunch at Campsite – Dhundi Glacier


 Tent Allotment ( 4 People in 1 Tent ) & Rest


 Group Activity


 High Tea & Snacks


 Late Evening Hot Soup


 Group Discussions and Brief for 2morow


 Dinner and Lights off


Day 3: Dhundi Glacier – Beas Kund – Dhundi Glacier:


Time taken: 6 to 7 hours, 9 km


An early start to the day and a short climb up the ridge through Bhoj Patra will get us to Beas Kund. Bhoj Patra gets its name from the fact that the area has a lot of Bhoj Patra (birch) trees. We will spend time here at the glacial tarn of Beas Kund – the source of one of the major rivers of north India. The legend is that Sage Vyas, the author of the great epic Mahabharata, meditated here. After a full day of excursion in the Beas Kund plateau, we will come back to Bakarthach in the evening.


 Early B/ Fast at Bakharthach 


 Pack Lunch & Light Snacks During Trek 


 High Tea & Snacks


 Group Discussion


 Evening Soup


Late Evening Hot Soup


 Group Discussion and Brief for 2morow


 Dinner and Lights off


Day 4: Dhundi Glacier – Solang Nallah – Burwa – Shikhar Par 


Time taken: 4 to 5 hours, 7 km


 Morning Tea


 B/ Fast  


After breakfast we start our return trek to Burwa, we will take the same route through Solang Nallah. On getting down, we’ll board the vehicle waiting for us from Solang, which will get us to Burwa.




 High Tea 


 Evening Soup


 Group Discussion


 Grand Camp Fire and Bada Khana


Day 5 : 


Morning Tea




Feedback Session and Vote of Thanks


After Vote of Thanks leave from Shikharpar to Manali,


From Manali, you can take buses to Chandigadh or Delhi.


Package Price Rs. 7000/- (Rs. Seven Thousand Only ) - (Manali to Manali)


Age Group : 14 Yrs. To upto Medically/Mentally/Physically fit………


Trek Grade : Moderate


Package Price Includes :


Manali to Manali Transfers


Food and Accommodation ( 4 People in 1 Room and 4 People in 1 Tent )


Girls and Boys Separate Accommodation 


Guide / Cook and other Professionals


Excludes :


Any Expenses of Personal nature such as Travel and medical insurance, Drinks, Laundry,


Telephone/Fax, Calls, Additional Porterage or transportations,


Any additional Expenses caused by reason beyond our control such as Natural Calamities 


( Land Slides, Floods etc. ), any accidents, medical evacuations, riots, strikes, evacuation costs    






 Any tips, and any meals apart from the ones mentioned above.


 Any other tax or service charge, stay charge that could be enforced during this period will be 


 Extra and need to be borne by you.


 Any service not specifically mentioned in the Includes sections.


 “Shikhar Par” Manali, Himachal Pradesh, will have all authority to make any changes and final 




Please Note: All programs are subject to change without prior notice.


Smoking and Any Kind of Alcohol Drinks not allowed During Program


Insurance :


All travelers are advised to purchase travel insurance that provide care and services for sickness,


Accidents, emergency rescue, ted. Related to international travel. “Shikhar Par and Organiser”


shall not be responsible for the loss of personal assets and belongings of the travelers due to


unavoidable reason or mishap.




Caution & Remarks :


Even though participants do not need to submit any health certificates those with a history


Of medical problems, particularly cardiac or respiratory, should consult a doctor before


Deciding to undertake the trip.


Carry appropriate substitution drugs for individuals allergic to any of above


Avoid medication such as sleeping tablets, sedatives, strong painkillers, and anti histamines 


Which depress the respiration and increase the risk of (AMS-Active Mountain Sickness)


Especially while sleeping


Cancellations :


Cancellation: If for some reason you wish to cancel your trek, an email intimation needs to be sent to Cancellation requests are not taken over phone. However, you can phone to check whether your cancellation has been processed.


The cancellation charges are as under:


Cancellations prior to 90 days from the start of the trek — full refund.


Cancellation between 89 days and 40 days to the start of the trek — 50% refund. 


Cancellation less than 39 days to the start of the trek — no refund.


Note: If a trek is called off at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforseen circumstances (like rains, earthquake, landslides, strike/bandh etc), Shikharpar, Manali, Himachal Pradesh is not responsible and will not give any refund.


Drop out during trek: If for some reason a participant has to drop out from the trek on any day then Shikharpar, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, will make arrangements for his/her return upto Manali. A staff will accompany the participant to the Manali.  Manali transportation and stay cost at any location including Manali has to be borne by the participant.


For Registration call us:


Amit Bhadouria :9819299164


Nishant sheth : 8879418581


Registration accepted only through phone call..


Some Tips Backpacking Checklist :


01. Sun protection & Cold Cream (Sunscreen/Lip balm/Sunglasses)


02. Insulation (Jacket/ Personal Clothing’s/ Fleece Gloves/ Hat or Cap)


03. Illumination (Headlamp or flashlight (Plus spare - Extra batteries) 


04. Personal First-aid Kit. 


05. Energy Food 


06. Hydration Bag or Water Bottle


07. Bandana or Buff


08. Rainwear (jacket, pants) (Depend on Weather)


09. Boots or Shoes suited to terrain


10. Socks plus spares


11. Sandals 


12. Camera and memory cards - Optional


13. Binoculars - Optional


14. Notebook and pen or pencil


15. Credit/Debit card; small amount of cash


16. Earplugs and eye shade - UV Protected or Cat 4


17. Toilet paper


18. Insect repellant


19. Toothbrush and/or toiletry kit


20. Towel


21. Cell phone with Charger, 


22. Poncho


23. Personal Clothing (T.Shirts/Lowers/Under Garments etc.)


24. Thermal Inners 


Last but most Important : Trip itinerary and Contact details left with friend or Home.