Bhrigu Lake or Brighu Lake is a lake located at an elevation of around 4,300 metres in Kullu district, Himachal Pradesh, India. It is located to the east of Rohtang Pass and is around 6 kilometres from Gulaba village.
We will reach old Manali in the morning where you will meet our executives who will assist you and get transferred to a pre-booked hotel in Manali. The following day is free for leisure activities in which you can relax in your hotel or can visit the famous Hadimba Devi Temple, the Tibetan Monastery old Manali, and the mall Road.
We will be staying tonight at the hotel.
After breakfast drive to trekking point Kulang, we trek from Kulang to Moridugh for around 4-5 hrs. through ancient British route from forest. Pleasant stay at campsite in evening where you can capture amazing photographs of sunset in Dhauladhar range, Campsite situated at 9500 Ft. height of mean sea level.
This is the day you’re actually waiting for; trek to Bhrigu Lake will start in early morning after having healthy breakfast. Trek which offers some mesmerizing view all around the mountains. Dhauladhar Range, famous peak of range- Hanuman Tibba (Highest peak in Dhauladhar range 5928 Meter),Manali peak, and friendship peak with that you won’t disappoint. This contains walk in snow as well. At Bhrigu you’ll get to spend enough time for photography and to touch the holy water. Bhrigu Lake is the lake believed to be meditating place of the Hindu Rishi Bhrigu, and the lake and place around is believed to be very sacred for Hindus. By evening will back to campsite.
Overnight at Campsite with bonfire
After Breakfast descend from Moridugh to Kulang village the same place from where trek started on the very first day, descend down for 3 hours. A car will receive you at kulang village & will drop you at old Manali, with the drop service Ends with beautiful memories of the trek.
Departure to Delhi in the evening with the Volvo bus.
Difficulty: Moderate ascent. Well-marked road followed by forest trails. The Bhrigu Lake trek begins at Gulaba. The 24 km route to Gulaba takes you on the Manali-Rohtang Pass road, past Kolang, Palchan and Kothi.
The Bhrigu Lake Trek is spread into three-day trek. The first say, you take 1.5 km because it is just a 3km trek. The third day, you will have to cover around 10-11 km where the trekkers try and complete by 8 hours. The average distance you trek is around 5-6 kms and the time taken is 4 hours.
Beginners or amateur trekkers usually prefer to trek in groups, or with family and friends. Because of its easy terrain, Bhrigu Lake is suited for anyone to go with groups, family and even children. Given its length, both young and old can comfortably undertake this trek.
yes its possible you can cover bhrigu lake from 14 mod ,, its about a 4 hour climb and 2 hour down ward ... you need to be a good trekker for this ... and the most needed thing a proper guide of the trek .
The Pin Parvati pass trek is a difficult one. One of the reasons it is a difficult trek is that the you are covering about 100 km and touching very high altitude (over 17, 000 ft). There are a lot of tricky sections on this trek. Pushing your body in that high an altitude without being acclimatised may be dangerous.
Legend has it that the sage used to meditate near the lake and hence it has been rendered sacred; the locals believe that due to this the lake never freezes completely. This lake is held sacred to the sage, Rishi Brighu, a great saint of Indian history. It lies on the various trek routes of the region.
The Beas Kund trek is classified as a moderate trek level 1 trek. You start from an altitude of 9,317 ft at Solang Valley and you reach the highest point of 12,772 ft at the lake at Beas Kund. This means you gain around 4,616 ft over just three days of trekking.