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Beas Kund Trek

If you’re looking forward to a short break, then Beas Kund Trek is the place to be. This trekking trail passes through the beautiful Solang valley, glaciers, snow-capped mountains, and lush green meadows. The trail goes via Dhundi and Bakarthach to enter the Beas Kund glacier, the birthplace of the River Beas. The Beas Kund trek is the most popular and stunning trek in the Kullu valley. People of every age group can enjoy trekking here as it is thoroughly enjoyable and easy going. This trek is located at an elevation of 3650 mts. While trekking, you can take in the view of Mt. Hanuman Tibba and Seven Sisters from the Dhundi camp.
The Beas Kund trek is one of the most popular and stunning treks in the Kullu Valley. Beas Kund is believed to be the lake where Rishi Vyas use to take his daily bath and that is why this lake is regarded as a holy lake. It is also the origination source of the Beas River. Trekking to Beas Kund is enjoyable since it is one of the easy-going treks and suitable for all age groups. Walking on this trek will allow you to get the first glimpses of Mt. Hanuman Tibba and Seven Sisters from the Dhundhi campsite. The Beas Kund trek starts from Manali, a beautiful hill station and will further take you to the famous Solang valley, which is 13 km from Manali. It is a well-acknowledged tourist destination for paragliding, skiing etc. You will find lush green meadows, beautiful glaciers, and snow-covered mountain peaks throughout the track and cross through Dhundi and Bakarthach to reach the Beas Kund glacier, also known as the birthplace of the Beas River. At Trekking in India, we offer a short and thrilling Beas Kund trekking tour that is best meant for tourists who have less time in hand. This trek can be even complete within 4 days as per your convenience and needs from Manali. If you feel like taking a break from your daily schedule, then avail our Beas Kund trekking holiday package to bring the adventure and interest back in your life.

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