Located at an altitude of 12,000 feet [3,700 m], Beas Kund is a mountainous lake that is said to be the real source of the Beas River. Nestled behind a few peaks such as Shitidhar Peak, Friendship Peak and others, Beas Kund has a unique way of making people love nature. Home to some of the region’s most iconic views, it allows pedestrians to enjoy the beauty of the landscape, the majestic peaks, the hospitable people, and the flowing water. Therefore, do not miss the opportunity to experience the breath and splendor of the Himalayas on a trip to the Beas Kund.
What draws the attention of the masses?
There are several trips to enjoy your trek to the mighty Himalayas. However, the Beas Kund tour is an excellent trip for those who are interested in seeing the different natural wonders far beyond the heights of the urban settlements. The natural beauty of the Beas Kund from the steep slopes of the Solang Valley to the Dhundi and Bakarthach plains is unparalleled. Being a journey for everyone, it is easy and easily accessible. Without any age restrictions and prior knowledge, the trip attracts everyone equally.
A quick glimpse of my light trekking trek to the Beas Kund: Sometimes, it becomes difficult to deal with life-changing curves. When the desire for something new and different begins to develop, it is time to paint it with air color. In my case, a trip to Beas Kund helped me rekindle that fire.
One has rightly said that it is better to see something than to hear it a thousand times. Many of my friends have been singing hymns of praise to their experiences, and I finally decided to embark on a journey. I packed my bags and left the house, eager to raise my voice and express my deepest sympathy for her. With that hope in my heart, I reached the first leg of my journey, Dhundi. As we drove with other members of the group from Solang village to Dhundi Road, there were several views that took us by surprise.
Following the Beas River, seeing the best ski resorts in India and crossing a stream from one side to the other was a lifelong experience. Surrounded by wildflowers and their magnificent beauty, Dhundi served as an ideal camping site for an overnight stay.
The next day, we set off from the 9,000 ft tall mountain ramp, Dhundi, and headed for Bakartach. Located at 10, 800 ft, Bakartach is the highest point which is literally translated as ‘shepherd’s field’. The guide tells us that these sun-drenched and stormy plains are the most popular pastures in the nomadic herd of nomads, the Gadites. Seeing the sheep grazing in this pastoral scene silenced us, as we stared at the magnificent picture.
The nearly flat trek from the Bakartach meadows provided a gradual route for the moraine and stray rocks that led up the steep slope. It was difficult to climb from rock to rock until we crossed a river that led to a steep slope marked by steep slopes. During this time, we all felt tired and needed to rest. Sleeping on a natural lap between its music and rhythm was a dream-like journey. Our endless conversations, excitement and the desire to explore more of the world kept us awake all night long.
Starting the next morning and a short climb up Bhoj Patr brought us to our final destination. When we got here, the director enlightened us about the significance and history of Beas Kund. He told us that it is believed that the author of the great epic Mahabharata, Sage Vyas, has meditated here. Protected by an igloo-like stone structure, the Kund is a religiously important site for devotees throughout the world, especially Hindus. Apart from being considered sacred, it is home to the magnificent views of the nearby mountains of Shitidhar, Ladakhi, Friendship and Hanuman Tibba that may leave anyone numb for a while.
The best part of the trip was finding the valley between the many streams and waterfalls. After discovering this 3,700-meter-high lake, we decided to photograph the beautiful views it offers. It depicts the pure and unadulterated natural beauty that you should see after this long and tiring journey. Before going back, we decided to take a break here for a while.
Do not let the lines of reasoning confuse your mind:
There are several ways to get to the first destination of the trip to Beas Kund. People can travel by plane, rail and road as per their custom. However, the easiest way to get to Manali by bus. The view provided by the window serves as a microcosm for every journey you wish to make close to nature and the desire to sacrifice.
With no airport in Manali, Bhuntar airport serves as a nearby airport.It is 50 kilometres from Manali and 10 kilometres from Kullu away.. Chandigarh Airport is about 300 kilometers from Manali and operates scheduled flights from major cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Bangalore.
The railway station near Manali is the Joginder Nagar railway station. Located at a distance of 166 km, it is known for connecting several important cities of the country. Chandigarh and Pathankot are other convenient trains.
With good connections to major cities in Northern India such as Delhi, Ambala, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Haridwar, Shimla, Dharamsala and Chamba / Dalhousie, Manali provides regular bus service easy to navigate between these channels.
Don’t let a bad time spoil your fun:
The best time for the Beas Kund Trek is from mid-May to mid-October. At this time, the climate remains temperate and is well worth the effort.
Beas Kund Trekking Tour Outstanding:
Witnessing the amazing views of Indrasan, Hanuman Tibba and Deo Tibba Peak
Enjoy the serenity and comfort provided by Solang