Bhrigu Lake Trek

BHRIGU LAKE TREK


Bhrigu Lake is a standout amongst the best Manali Trekking goals. Trekking to high elevation frosty Lakes in itself is very brave and figures out how to get the enthusiasm of each climber. Normally, these high elevations lakes are hard to reach and needs long stretches of climbing and intersection troublesome landscapes, before seeing the lake can be esteemed. In any case, all these extreme difficulties can be kept under control with the excellent Bhrigu Lake Trek in the upper Kullu Valley situated in the eastern side of the well known Rohtang go in Himachal Pradesh. This is a perfect end of the week climbing excursion promising heaps of stimulation for the two tenderfoots just as experienced explorers. Settled at an elevation of 14,006 ft the Bhrigu Lake Trek offers interesting characteristic vistas and stunning perspectives on snow-topped mountains, lavish knolls, and verdant rich Woodlands. One of the famous trekking endeavors, The Bhrigu Lake Trek has again inclination because of its unrestricted presentation of the regular party and is one of the simple treks in the Himalayas. Individuals with capable physical wellness can undoubtedly appreciate the benefit of climbing to the elite lake area even without past climbing background.



The grand Bhrigu lake has huge recorded and religious ramifications. According to data given by local people, there is a relationship of the Lake to Sage Bhrig since the devout soul is known to have performed solid contemplation and ceremonies in the banks of the lake many years prior. Indeed, even local people trust that numerous Lords of the Kullu valley have dunked in the blessed waters of the lake making it sacrosanct for the enthusiasts. The area of Bhrigu Lake is about 6km from Gulaba which is a pictorial town around 22 km from Manali. 


Be it the unparallel stunning perspectives on Seven Sister Pinnacles or Deo Tibba , Friendship peak and Hanuman Tibba, the outstretched Pir Panjal ranges, the rich line of oak and cedar timberlands, interesting green lavish glades, enchanting covered high ground surface or the spouting streams along the winding trails, the grand vistas of the locale is totally enthralling which additionally makes the trekking background overpowering. With good karma, one can likewise cheer seeing Himalayan Monal, Snow Cocks and the excellent birds. 


The effectively available Bhrigu Lake sits cozily between two high elevation edges towards the east of Rohtang Pass. With undulating knolls that you can walk shoeless in, the 4-day trek packs in a significant punch! You even get the chance to camp at exquisite fields of Rola Kholi and Pandu Ropa.


Bhrigu Lake is the high elevation cold Lake at the tallness of 14,100 ft at Kullu region of Himachal Pradesh. It is said that a thousand years prior, Maharishi Bhrigu used to meditate close to this flawless lake and henceforth it is named after it. It continues changing its shading each time and in some cases, it's discovered solidified. 


View encompassing the Bhrigu Lake is alluring and Staggering comprising all-encompassing perspective, of, Pir-Panjal extents and Dhauladhar ranges. 

Trek begins from Gulaba which offers grand perspectives on the Himalayan Extents, going through lavish green open fields, backwoods spread with pine woodland and apple plantations and the magnificent perspectives on mountains. 

Rola Kholi is the Development Base Camp of the trek arranged at the base of the Bhrigu Lake. One gets the opportunity to respect the stunning perspective on the Deo Tibba and Hanuman Tibba. Night outdoors at Rola Kholi makes the best experience where the bay windows up with a million stars. A sublime spot for Photography specialists and admirers of-the-normal excellence.


- >Short Review Of Schedule :

Day 1: From Manali drive to Gulaba and trek to Gulaba Glades camp -

· Height: 10,300 ft 

· Drive to Gulaba, 22 km, approx one and a half hours 

· Gulaba is on Manali Rothang pass street 

· Trek to Gulaba Glades, 3 km, approx 1.5 hr 

· Meeting time at Manali at 12 pm to reach Gulaba campground by 5:00 pm 

· Begin trekking to Gulaba Knolls at 3:30 pm, soak climb all through the trail 

· Convenience in tents

Day 2: Gulaba to Rola Kholi -

· Height: 12,500 - 10,300 ft 

· 6 km trek, approx 4 hours 

· First 1.5 hours is steep rising and afterward steady rising till campground, by means of Kolang Nallah 

· The trail goes through the virgin woods (silver oak, cedar and birch trees) with perspectives on Manali and Solang 

· Convey enough water from Gulaba camp, first water point is 20 preceding Rola Kholi 

· Hot lunch at the campground 

· Settlement in tents 

· Pinnacles spotted: Mt. Hanuman Tibba and the Seven Sister crests

Day 3: Rola Kholi - Bhrigu Lake and back to- Rola Kholi -

· Height: Bhrigu Lake is situated at 14,009 ft 

· It’s a 10 km trek, which takes approx. 8-9 hours 

· Begin promptly in the first part of the day 

· Soak rising till Brigu Lake for approx. 5 km 

· Blended rough and snow trail 

· Trek alongside the Bhrigu Lake stream 

· Stuffed lunch in transit and hot snacks at the campground 

· Convenience in tents

· Pinnacles:- Indrasen, Deo Tibba, and Hanuman Tibba

Day 4: Rola Kholi to Gulaba drive to Manali

· 6 km trek, approx 3 hours 

· Simple and for the most part dropping 

· Convey 2 liters of water from Rola Khuli 

· Reach Manali by 2 pm to 3 pm


->Detailed Itinerary/Agenda-:


Day 1: From Manali Drive to Gulaba and Trek to Gulaba Knolls Camp
The adventure starts from Manali, on the Rohtang Pass Street toward the little slope niche villa of Gulaba. Three slope towns—Kolang, Palchan, and Kothi mark the way, and it gets increasingly more excellent with pine backwoods as we go. Snow secured rises encompass the little district pleasantly. Sweet meadows washed over by the conduit of Beas would make incredible edges at Gulaba, just if the Rohtang travel group wasn't there. 

After lunch at the town, we pursue a short trek, close about 1.5 hours to our first camp in the prairies nearing a woods line. The trek is a finished delight and no hardships, exploring through the conifers shade dull and profound and in the long run going to an open clearing.


Day 2: Gulaba to Rola Kholi 
Today we begin for a height of 12,500 ft. spreading over 6 km in 3-4 hours. It will be steep, soak walk, so you have to go outfitted with 2 liters water and little bite nibbles to loosen up between the testing laps. For an initial couple of miles, we are as yet trailing under a woodland spread and washing in the shade of stirring conifers. You can without much of stretch spot oak, cedar, and birches. It's a delightful sight to get a look at blue through these leaves. 

Stroll on 20 minutes into the trek, and the woods has now ebbed behind, unfurling just moving green knolls previously. This is the shepherds' zone where steers slow eaters are brought from the nearby towns all through summer. You could locate a couple of mud cabins and camp shafts lying here. Keep the glade behind and begin traveling south. You will discover the pinnacle of Hanuman Tibba ascending in sharp concentration now and a little beneath, the Seven Sisters Pinnacles. Lying someplace far beneath is the green fix of Beas Kund valley. 

Next comes another slight wilderness spread, passing which the trail falls on to the rough glades once more. The rush peaks when the way gets smaller and more extreme just before entering the prairies of Rola Kholi. At around 15 to 20 minutes a long way from achieving the campground, we pass two Nallaha's(canals) or little streams which are additionally our water sources. Our camp is set close chor nallah at the Rola Kholi campground. 

This night is the evening of a miracle under a sky breaking into a zillion stars!


Day 3: Rola Kholi then to- Bhrigu Lake and again back to- Rola Kholi 
The present is an outright scene change from all of what we have encountered in the prior days! Beginning off route from the get-go in the morn we navigate a separation of 10 kilometers in approx 7-8 hours on a lofty and hugely stony way. The verdant glades of the most recent two days feel like a fantasy yet this scene is no less enrapturing and gets all the more invigorating in the cool mountain atmosphere. 

Till June, you can expect this course present Rola Khuli on be canvassed in snow. From mid-July on, the slopes of dark-colored, green, and white get unmistakable as the snow melts off. On the last leg of the trail, it's profoundly fitting to go moderate and not rush at all as the way is ridden with screen and tricky rocks. 

The high lake ends up unmistakable between the two edges that we reach toward the finish of the last Rockbound lap. Be it high winters or the start of summer, the lake is never completely solidified. This is an occurrence credited to the intensity of Sage Bhrigu of the antiquated fantasies to whom this lake is named. 

From the high belt encompassing the lake, you can get an inaccessible look at the Solang Valley settling far away and on a crisp morning, the bay windows up with the breathtaking pinnacles of Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar go.