Beas Kund trek is an adventure that will take you to the source of the Beas river, located at a whopping altitude of 3893m deep in the Himalayas.
If you’re looking for an adrenaline-packed trip, in Manali, this trek has got you covered! The slopes at Solang are particularly popular amongst ski enthusiasts and adventure junkies looking for activities like paragliding in the valley. And, to all the weather buffs out there, the best time to undertake this trek is either in April-May or after October.
During the trek, you’ll come across some stunning vistas. Starting from dense forests of oak, pine, fir, and spruce, bubbling streams nestled within, and breathtaking campsites. And let’s not forget about the sunrise and sunset views of the glorious Himalayan peaks like Deo Tibba, Indrasan, Hanuman Tibba, etc.
But, before you can start the trek, you need to know how to get there. First, make your way to Manali, and from there, catch a bus to Solang, which takes up to 45 minutes. And voila! You’re ready to start your trek to the holy Beas Kund lake, which is considered the original supply of the River Beas.
Now, to the most crucial part, when to go and how difficult it is. The best time to go is during May and June, where the snow melts, and the trekking becomes more accessible. Beginners, take note, the trek is easy to moderate and can be completed in three days, making it a great choice for first-time trekkers. But, be warned, the final climb can be a little challenging, but it’s doable for everyone.
All in all, the Beas Kund trek is an excellent choice for beginners and seasoned trekkers alike. So, pack your bags, grab your trekking shoes, and get ready for an adventure of a lifetime!