All About Bhrigu Lake Trek

Himachal Pradesh is a land of striking landscapes, lofty snow-capped mountains, deep gorges, thickly green meadows, large glacial lakes, terraced fields, and never-ending streams. No wonder people all around the world visit this paradise to admire and explore the varied cultures, world-class cuisines and on top all to trek the peaks and express their love for nature. Then is it not our blessing to live along this earth’s paradise? 

Several peaks’ waiting to show us what it has got. All you need is some time off, a possible plan and warm clothes!

While trekking is already quite an adventurous and remarkable experience, imagine what hiking a peak at a whopping height of 14,000 ft can offer? Bhrigu lake trek is the most ideal and perfect trek to plan for. Generally high altitude lakes are tough to trek and need days of climbing in layers of snow on rugged terrains, so you could cherish the sight of the lake. Bhrigu lake trek is out of that league as well as promises to offer nothing less of such high-altitude lakes. 

The beautiful Bhrigu Lake Trek in the upper Kullu Valley offers you a chance of winding through the Rohtang Pass. Trust me, you don’t need 6-7 days to trek this like hectically hiking a high-altitude Himalayan mountain. Be amazed because the Itinerary to the Bhrigu Lake is exciting, interesting, and enchanting! 


Manali to Bhrigu Lake is the most suitable to start with. To be precise, you shall start from Manali which is at an altitude of 6,725 ft, and conquer the Bhrigu Lake which is at an altitude of 14,000 ft in 4 days.

Manali to Gulaba Meadows camp

Gulaba is on Manali Rothang pass road at an altitude of 10,300 ft. Steep scale the trek to Gulaba camp and have a cozy night in the tents.


Gulaba to Rola Kholi

You get to pass through woods of silver oak, cedar, and birch trees with stunning views of Manali & Solang at an elevation of 12,500 – 10,300 ft.


Rola Kholi to Bhrigu Lake and way back

The path to the lake is rugged and snowy. But the grasslands, tranquil lake, alpine meadow from an altitude of 14,000 ft is rare and breath-taking.


Rola Kholi to Gulaba and back to Manali

The easy and mostly descending path will give a recap tour of everything you just saw the way up. And you would still be thrilled!


What not to miss?

  1. Hanuman Tibba and the Seven Sisters Peaks.

Hanuman Tibba is the greatest peak of the Dhauldhar Range in Himachal which is settled at a whopping height of 19,626 ft above sea level. Its resemblance to a steep pyramid with vertical uphill from its base is truly mesmerizing on your way towards Rola Kholi. Catch a glimpse of Beas Kund valley lying far below from where you are. The stunning views of the seven sisters’ peaks are a portrayal of beauty. The Prettiest Grassland Trek in Himachal is indeed a pack delight.

  1. Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar range.

The verdant meadows on the last day of the trail gets more refreshing and undoubtedly eases your heart due to its captivating scenic. Rola Kholi to Bhrigu Lake is ridden with cobbles and slippery boulders. At the last boulder lap, the alpine lake is visible between the two ridges. The snow is gone if you choose to visit between mid-August to September. A deep royal blue color with lush grass and flowers blooming around it, the tranquil lake is what the trek is all about. Dhauladhar range shall be part of the climax towering with the rest of the untouched mountains. The views of Indrasen and Deo Tibba from the top are a gift.

Bhrigu Lake trek is one of the most beautiful and iconic treks in Manali. If you are someone who appreciates the idea of hiking and longing to explore nature to the fullest, then this trek shall be startling for you. experienced trekkers will be given back the memory of majestic mountaineering other Himalayan peaks and promise to offer no less than the rest. You better not wait for another lifetime to visit!


All About Everest Base Camp

How proud would it be if you achieve a feat which is not possible by all the humans on earth? I bet each one of us is dreaming about it and some are even planning to go ahead with it. For a runner, weight lifter, musician, it would be beating their records. For a hiker or a trekker, it would be conquering the highest mountain ever discovered by humans. That’s right, the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest. Thousands of mountaineers and trekkers come from all around the world to achieve their biggest dream. Below is a guide, if you are one of the trekkers who wish to witness the earth’s Heaven.

 Everest Base Camp Trek

 This trek is one of the most popular and adventurous trek spots in Nepal as well as in the whole world. Thanks to Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, we now have a fixed route for you to achieve your dream. It takes us through several Sherpa villages, glaciers, and monasteries with stunning views throughout. This trek is considered the grandest walk in the Himalayas.

 Everest base camps consist of two base camps, namely the South Base Camp which is in Nepal at an elevation of 5,364 meters, and the North Base Camp in Tibet at a height of 5,150 meters. Both are on opposite sides of Mount Everest. These camps are considered as rudimentary sites on Mount Everest and are used by trekkers during their climb.

 Perks of the trek!

 No worries if you get lost, the Shepherds (with no language barrier!) in the villages would take care of you and help you reach the camp. 

 Ideal time of visit

  The best time to make the trek possible is between September to mid-November and between March to mid-May. If I were you, I wouldn’t choose winter because the freezing ice and snow would increase the level of difficulty while trekking. The peaks are literally lost amid the clouds during summers and that would be something I would see for myself! Thus, April and May it is!

 Why Everest Base Camp?

 1. Mountain Flight to Tenzing–Hillary Airport

 The trek starts from Lukla. You would pay millions to take the 40 minutes flight from Kathmandu to Lukla because of the awe-inspiring views of the Eastern Himalayas. On touching the ground at Lukla airport, you will get splendid views of the nearby villages on the majestic peaks and the bird’s-eye view of Lukla.

2. Mesmerizing View of Everest

 The headquarter of the Everest region, the Namche Bazar is the next stop. You have an absolute 2 days and to utilize it you could trek to “Everest View Hotel”. Note: it’s the world’s highest located ‘five-star hotel’. Enjoys the view of majestic Everest from its dining hall sipping a hot cup of tea!

3. Tengboche

Proudly considered as the largest monastery in the Khumbu region, this monastery is situated at 3,867 meters. Also known as Dawa Choling Gompa, it is a sacred Tibetan Buddhist monastery. You could feel the positive vibes all over due to spirituality and aura like nowhere. Ancient articles and scriptures reveal the history of the monks and the monastery are worth knowing. Don’t miss the prayer ceremony that happens every day so you trap the vibe of harmony and peace. 

 4. Kala Pathar

Indeed, you cannot view Everest in full from the camp. But no disappointment, we got you covered. Kala Patthar presents you with a jaw-dropping view of the majestic Mount Everest. It is the best and close vantage point to view Mt. Everest. Pretty sure you would stare at Everest for hours in the cold!

5. Majestic Mountain Views

Mt.Lhotse at 8,516m, Mt. Cho Oyu at 82,011m, and Mt. Makalu at 8,463m are part and parcel of Everest. The trekking to the camp is packed with several snow-capped mountains that would instantly captivate you. Meaning, it’s not just the Everest that’s waiting for you.  

Enormous landscapes and the breath-taking views of mountains are abundant throughout the trek. One is very blessed to make this possible. And when you are done with it, you would have none on your dream list!