Travel is all about creating memories and collecting stories. Whether you are a solo traveler or not, you should always be open to new encounters that will fill your veins with new thrills and adventures. It is about feeling unbound and the breeze hitting you in the face.
One such place that fills your heart with ecstasy is Bhrigu lake trek, named after ‘Maharishi Bhrigu’.
It is one of the most famous treks of India, situated at an altitude of 14,200 ft in Himachal Pradesh near Manali (the ideal pickup point). It is a beautiful lake surrounded by forest and snow-covered peaks.
Lake during the seasons:
Bhrigu Lake View and Religious Places:
This pristine trek takes us through the high Himalayan range with breath-taking views along the way. The trekkers can also explore the ancient temples located in Manali and wash their sins by taking a dip in holy water springs located in Vashisht Village. During the trek, you can see panoramic views and visit historical locations like Deo Tibba, Hanuman Tibba, Seven Sister Mountain Peaks.
Furthermore, it also includes trekking through green tea gardens, passing through forests of oaks and pines and reaching treelines. The trail is startlingly in a mint condition and one of the best easy treks of the Himalayas.
Here’s your simple guide to reaching the Bhrigu Lake Trek:
Air and Road are the two ultimate travel ways to reach the hike
By Road: You can book a bus from Delhi (ISBT Kashmere Gate) to Manali. The 13 hr. 25 min ride would present you with glorious sights and a long drive experience. The buses are scheduled from 5 pm till 8:30 pm, so make sure to reach them on time.
By Air: The closest airport is Kullu-Manali Airport, situated in Bhuntar, 52 km away from Manali. You can take a flight from Delhi International Airport (or your state accordingly) to Bhuntar.
Places to capture during Trek:
Bhrigu Lake is a hidden treasure, nestled in the Himalayas. This lush and green destination is home to beautiful turquoise water. It is a perfect combination of adventure and tranquillity. Each year, thousands of nature enthusiasts visit this place and enjoy trekking in the natural shelters of valleys.
Below are the few sights to record in your memories and cameras:
Additional Things to keep in check:
Have a safe journey!