Manali Summer Trek: Must-Do Adventure for every fitness level


The desire to travel to chilly locations during the warm season, where you may take in the crisp air and icy mountains, is always there during the summer. You may experience a great summer trek in Manali with Junoon Trekking and Holidays, where you can trek and enjoy the snow. The expedition begins with a rail trip from Ahmedabad to Pathankot, which takes place overnight and allows you to spend time with other hikers. The second day begins with our afternoon arrival in Pathankot, where you will have free time to explore the city’s local market before we head for Manali in the evening. We will arrive in Manali very early in the morning and set up camp there. After breakfast, you may spend your free time exploring the campsite’s amenities, which include the zip line, Burma bridge, and commando net. Beautiful pictures can also be taken beside the river. Our third day will come to an end when we embark on an orientation hike, return to the campsite, eat dinner, and spend the night in a Swiss tent.  Breakfast is served on the fourth day, after which we head to Rani Sui Lake, the starting site of our walk. If you’re travelling between May and July, Bhrigu Lake will be your first trekking destination. In the Kullu Valley of Himachal Pradesh, Rani Sui Lake, also called Saurkundi, is a stunning high-altitude lake ticked away between the gorgeous Himalayan peaks. Situated at a height of 11,154 feet (3,399 meters), it provides breathtaking panoramic views of the Beas River valley below, as well as the snow-capped peaks and verdant meadows all around, The trek to Rani Sui Lake is an experience in itself. Winding through meadows bursting with wildflowers, pine forests, and yak pastures, it offers glimpses of captivating landscapes with every turn. As you ascend, the air thins and the challenge intensifies, but the reward is worth every step. Bhrigu Lake is a gem of the Himalayas, tucked away between the jaw-dropping peaks of the Pir Panjal Range in Himachal Pradesh. This glacier lake, which is perched at an incredible 14,000 feet above sea level, is not only a beautiful sight, but it also has deep mythological and spiritual importance. Imagine a turquoise gem situated between emerald meadows and snow-capped mountains, their reflections shimmering on the crystal-clear water. That’s Bhrigu Lake. The air is crisp and thin, carrying the scent of alpine wildflowers and the whisper of the wind through the pines. The panorama is breathtaking, with panoramic views of the surrounding peaks, including the majestic Seven Sisters peaks. Reaching Bhrigu Lake is an adventure in itself. The trek winds through meadows bursting with wildflowers, past quaint villages, and across gushing streams. You’ll encounter yak pastures, pine forests, and breathtaking panoramas with every turn. As you ascend, the air thins and the challenge intensifies, but the reward is a breathtaking vista that will leave you speechless. Upon our arrival at the lake, we eagerly embarked on our journey towards the advanced camp, which is located at a higher altitude. This camp will serve as our resting place for the night, allowing us to acclimatize to the changing altitude and weather conditions before we continue our ascent. As we prepare for the challenging summit day, we will begin our morning with a hearty breakfast to fuel our bodies and minds for the demanding climb ahead. This fifth day of our journey is crucial, as it marks the start of our final push towards the summit, where we hope to reach new heights and witness breathtaking views that will make the journey worthwhile. We’re going to have an amazing dinner at the advance camp after the summit! Get ready for an exciting adventure! On the sixth day of our journey, we will be trekking down towards the beautiful Manali base camp. It’s going to be a thrilling experience that you wouldn’t want to miss! If you’re interested in river rafting, there are options available for self-paying individuals to enjoy this thrilling activity. On the seventh day of our trip, we planned to visit the enchanting town of Manali for some local sightseeing. Our itinerary includes exploring the breathtaking Solang Valley, a picturesque spot that offers stunning views of the snow-capped mountains and is a popular destination for adventure sports like skiing and paragliding.

We will also visit the Hadimba Devi temple, a sacred shrine that has been dedicated to Goddess Hadimba and is known for its unique architecture and beautiful surroundings. After seeking blessings at the temple, we will head to the bustling Manali Market, where we can shop for souvenirs, handicrafts, and local delicacies.

After a day full of adventure and exploration, we will return to our campsite, where we can relax and unwind amidst the serene surroundings. Following breakfast at the campsite, we will proceed towards Kasol. On our way, we have the option to indulge in an exhilarating paragliding experience (which is a paid activity). Once we reach Kasol, we will be greeted by the breathtaking scenery of Manikaran Gurudwara. This is a perfect opportunity to take in the beauty of the place and snap some pictures. After spending some time exploring the local market and relaxing at one of the many cafés, we will depart for Pathankot. On the ninth day, the journey continues with a train departure from Pathankot to Ahmedabad. It’s never easy to say goodbye to a wonderful journey, and returning to our daily routine can be quite a challenge as it brings back memories of the golden time spent in that heavenly place. The people, the place, and everything about it make it more memorable. But don’t worry, even though you’re back home, those beautiful moments will stay with you. You can relive the joy and excitement by looking at the pictures you clicked there.




By:  Pushpa Gajabe





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