Manali is located in Himachal Pradesh, on the northern end of Kullu Valley, at 2.050 m above sea level in the Valley of the Beas River. The resort city is famous for its natural beauty and temples, with its large pine and deodar forests and apple orchards.
A Traveler’s Perspective
Do you love mountains, snow-capped mountains and lush green countryside, picturesque villages, rivers and watersheds? The perfect place to be then, Manali! This beautiful town, situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh, offers the perfect blend of excitement and excitement for those who are seeking adventure thanks to its geographical position, serene countryside, high mountains, and deep woods. The attractions which drive us into the nature of the world are lofty fir trees and snow-covered pines. You could also see snow leopards, brown bears if you are in the forest.
Trekking: A Taste of Adventure and Nature
Manali welcomes ardent trekkers and beginning trekkers from all walks of life and makes every effort to fulfill the aspirations of nature lovers or adventurers.
Walking through the Kullu Valley, trekkers cross uneven lands, slippery tracks, thick wild backwoods, and high wetlands. In addition, it is unable to ignore Himalayan beauty. Manali attracts trekkers from all over the world for this reason.
Hampta Pass with Chandratal Lake Trek
The Hampta Pass Trek offers an amazing view of the Himachal Pradesh valleys of Kullu and Lahaul. For years, nature lovers have been fascinating in the ever-changing landscape. The trek offers an extraordinary view of some wonderful hidden gems, including glaciers and mountain forests, in the valley. Himalayan flora and fauna certainly contribute a lot to this five-day trek. The journey goes through the magnificent foothills of the Pir Panjal and the great Himalayas. Walking towards the top, the course offers various shades of green pastureland, which offer breathtaking views of the mountains of Indrasan and Deo Tibba.
Beas Kund Trek
The trek Beas Kund is one of Manali’s best. It is considered suitable for all age groups and no previous trekking experience is necessary. The Bakartach and Dhundi dells are unbelievably majestic. Food for the glaciers is also breathtaking the small, cold lake of River Beas. The walk starts from the amazing Solang Valley and goes through cascades, green meadows and small streams towards the striking mountains with snow-covered. When they reached Dhundi, they were surrounded by thick forests of deodar and oak trees. Nothing could be better than staying in the striking stream for a night at the campsite.
Pin Parvati Trek
The trek Pin Parvati offers a stunning view of snow-capped mountains, with the green pastureland, which connects with Kullu’s Parvati Valley and Spitzi’s Pin Valley. The Pin Valley in Spiti is almost untouched, although it shows a flourishing green and grassey landscape in the Parvati Valley in Kullu. Even from a cultural point of view, the two places are very different.
It is the most adventurous and challenging walk in Manali, and many trekkers remain untouched. And this calm, smooth beauty enables the views of the valley to be captured by the visitors. The trip starts at Manikaran and continues along the Parvati River and ends at Pin Parvati.
Bhrigu Lake Trek
The melting glaciers make up a crystal-clear Bhrigu Lake. A road to Rola Kholi from Gulaba leads to charming little towns, apple trees, rustic hamlets and elegant pools. Gulaba, Rola Kholi and Pandu Ropa sights offer you a dreamlike journey to see the children’s stories of marvels.
Deo Tibba Base Camp
The Deo Tibba Trek is the perfect option for adventure-seekers who want to enjoy their holidays in Manali. This picturesque walk begins in Manali and passes deep wild forests, moraines, wetlands, cascades, steep climbs, and a lake with blue water known as Mini-Candratal (4480 m). The trek also offers a magnificent view of the Indrasan (6220 meters) snow-covered summit and Deo Tibba (6001 meters) along with Jagatsukh glaciers.
Great Himalayan National Park Trek
Tell yes to the trek of the Great Himalayan National Park in Shilt Thatch for an exciting trekking experience. This walk is full of wild fauna and flora, curves, steep paths and hills. The Tirthan river park has stunning views of the rare animal species in the dense forests of the Himalayas.