Beaskund Trek

(Beaskund 7600/- INR and 3.75 % service tax extra) Book Now

Beaskund Glacial Lake – a trek that when ends holds a beginning

A short and a famous trek in the Kullu Valley of the state of Himachal Pradesh, the trek is an introduction to the beautiful mountainscape. Starting from Manali to Solang to Bakerthach and then to Beaskund, while trekking through this trail over the boulders, the fine greeny meadows, crossing the water streams, walking over the glacial moraines one experiences the magnanimity of an Himalayan trek. As one climbs up ending its trail to the glacial tarn, then one comes to large basin and the origin of the Beas river, the lake is considered to be holy according to the Hindu mythology having a historical significance. On reaching the lake one absorbs in, the picturesque, a small high perched lake being peacefully fed by the softening of the glaciers and the snow on the craggy mountain peaks, such congruity of the scenery tends to get captured effortlessly for a long time. The Beaskund trek takes one through breathtaking views of the Dhauladhar range (the white range), the Shitidhar, the Manali peak, the Hanuman Tibba peak and Friendship peak. The trek to this high altitude alpine glacial tarn is easy-tempered with just a few steep inclines making it idle for the beginners, straying oneself from the bustling city life and trailing along the banks of the river Beas while looking at the snow covered peaks and witnessing this secluded prodigy is blissful.

Manali – Solang – Dhundi (Day 1)

Reaching Manali during the early hours of the day and then driving off towards Solang valley, till Dhundi road-link (14 kms.) in order to be at Solang Nala (2,483mts.), the base camp for the Beas Kund trek, known for its variety of adventure sports such as horse riding, zip lining, paragliding etc during the summers, and the huge slopes that turns into famous skiing spots during the winters. A gradual ascending hike of 8 km. along the right side of the river Beas through the mixed forests of Walnut, Oak and Fir trees leads to an alpine meadow with wild flowers strewn all around called Dhundi (2,840mts.) where one gets the glimpse of Mt. Hanuman Tibba (5,990mts.) and then pitches at the spot for the overnight stay.

Dhundi – Bakerthach (Day 2)

The 6km. hike today is through rickety boulders and moraines of dying glaciers leading to a high altitude meadow Bakerthach (3,270mts.) precisely meaning shepherd's field, the trail goes through a number of streams by hopping over the slippery rocks or cautiously balancing oneself over the lissome wooden logs placed by the shepherds, one also finds the flocks of sheep and other cattle around.The peaceful scenic landscape with cool breeze is like refreshing tonic to the senses.

Bakerthach – Beas Kund – Bakerthach (Day 3)

The trek on this day goes through a temporarily built up bridge which after crossing the trail gets a mild upslope and reaches a meadow Bhoj Patr, literally getting its name from the Bhoj trees(birch trees) present in the area. The trail then leads to the west where one crosses hill of boulders to get to the Beas Kund(3,690mts.) the headspring to one of the significant rivers of the northern India, and believed to be a place of meditation of sage Vyas the author of the great Indian epic Mahabharata. Spending some time leisurely while peak spotting and post lunch, one treks back to Bakerthach of the overnight stay.

Bakerthach – Solang – Manali (Day 4)

Starting the morning by a leisure walk around and then post breakfast one heads back to Solang crossing Dhundi .A drive then from Solang to Manali gets the trail to the end of this trek where one could either visit the celebrated spots of the town or live for the city. This short trek proves to be a recreational process for one's mental and physical self from the metropolitan madness .The Beas Kund trek – a weekend getaway for sure makes its place in the list of people who feel affectionately for nature and its different elements.

Book Now


1 - The package includes ALL meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner), snacks and refreshments throughout the trek. Meals would be wholesome, delicious and abundant.
2 - Accommodation in tents on twin-sharing basis.
3 - Transfers from Manali to the starting point of the trek and back.
4 - Entry fees, permit to trek and forest camping charges in the region for the entire duration of the trek, wherever applicable.
5 - Needless to say, we'll provide you with sleeping bags, mattresses, tents and other safety equipment required.
6 - We'll have an English-speaking guides and a team of porters / mules to carry common group equipment.
7 - A trained cook along with helper/ requisite staff.
8 - First aid kit.


1 - Expenses that are personal in nature.
2 - Porters/ Mule to carry personal rucksack.
3 - Insurance
4 - Expenses arising out of emergency/evacuation/rain/landslides/unforeseen circumstances beyond one's control.
5 - Though we'll have a well-equipped first-aid kit, we suggest that you bring your own personal medicines.
6 - Anything not expressly stated.

Cancellation Policy

Up to 30 days – 90% Refund
Between 21- 30 days - 80 % Refund
Between 11 - 20 days - 50 % Refund
Less than 10 days - No Refund


All programmes are subject to change without prior notice.

Everything you need to go on an Adventure..

Book your Adventure tours, activities, groups and many more..
Book A Tour