Do you want to reach heights with some amazing and fascinating views?
These places will surely blow your mind Bhrigu Lake trek they are going to give you chills. Imagine after a long adventurous journey reaching the summit and top of the peak you can shout out loud and feel like ‘I am at the top of the world’. A typical Bollywood style, I know.
But once you visit these places I am sure you will enjoy this more than watching it in bollywood movies.
This lake is named after a sage called Rishi Brighu who used to meditate near this lake hence it is said that this lake never freezes completely. It is an easy – difficult trek where you can start from Manali and reach at an altitude 14,009ft in 3-4 days. The best time to visit this trek is between April to May due to its moderate conditions which makes it easy for trekking. Of Course the main attraction is the Bhrigu lake but another attraction is it’s pretty grasslands and the majestic views of the Seven sister peaks including Deo Tibba, Indrasan, Hanuman Tibba etc.
It has many religious and historical implications which is sacred for many devotees because of its holy waters.
The green meadows Bhrigu Lake trek and the fascinating Pir Panjal range and the carpeting alpine flooring is something one must not miss while visiting this place. However, on this trek, you’re within the meadows among the first ten minutes of this trek! Imagine having meadows like these right in your grounds. No surprise we tend to go crazy over landscapes that are seen in places like Switzerland.
Chadar trek is another popular trek in India at an elevation of about 13000 ft above the sea level and with a stretch of about 105km. Usually this trek requires people with good stamina, ability to bear harsh climatic conditions which is only difficult while climbing for Chadar trek.
Here people usually have to walk through the frozen Zanskar river which has many religious beliefs. Another thing which makes Chadar trek special is that it has a mixture of the indian and tibetan culture and can get a view of unique and exotic wildlife such as ibex, blue sheep etc.
One who loves traveling and an adventure thirsty must goto this trek as it gives you a thrilling and challenging experience.
Goecha La trek
Speaking of a high altitude then this is something which can be done by experienced travelers due its high altitude. It is considered a moderate – difficult trek. The best time to go for this is in the month of April where you can get snow and trek easily up to Goecha La. In this month you can get to see the pretty blooming flowers which are beautiful to the eye as well as the nose.
The Samiti lake, unending meadows, the giant Mt Kanchenjunga is something very special of this trek. On a median day be walking 7-8 hours on a daily basis. It’s advised to steer at your own pace and keep yourself hydrated all the time. September to Nov is additionally a decent time. because it is the post-monsoon season, there’s less likelihood of rain. This is often the right season as you’ll be able to get clear views of mountain peaks all around.
Darcha – Padum trek
It is at a height of about 5100m after crossing Shilong La. The natural great thing about the valley is overwhelming that it’s even created the hearts of the Zanskar valley, pure and modest. What makes Darcha to Padum trek a requirement go destination is the undeniable fact that because of its isolation, it solely has access to the rest of the place for five to six months annually. The scenic valleys, swingy streams, rocky canyons and eminent mountains frame are some great things about this heavenly place. The isolated villages and stunning mountain views are something which you should definitely look into.
Not only this, there are fascinating views of Manali and Leh which you would witness on your way of journey. All round the Darcha Padum Trek, the trekkers can notice Tibetan Buddhist lamas, cliff-side monasteries, grazing yaks and spirited, ancient villages to require them at the another world all across the Ladakh & Zanskar. The route of this trek includes the notable passes through the tiny Kingdom of Yulchung that continues across the Zanskar watercourse gorges and through the canyons and spires of ‘Bear Valley’ to achieve the traditional Kingdom of Zangla, the higher reaches of Zanskar.