Beas Kund has consistently been a popular trip around Manali. All things considered, it takes you right to the wellspring of the waterway that moves through the town. (You may have followed exactly the same river while getting into Manali)
However, one reason adventurers love this journey is the setting. Picture this: Lush green prairies thrive underneath the highest points of the three greatest mountains around Manali. Furthermore, covered up in these fields is the emerald lake out of which the waterway Beas arises. The differentiating sight of this tranquil water body settled in the middle of rough mountain pinnacles of Pir Panjal range adds to the magnificence of his setting.
Remaining here, there is additionally a sharp feeling of being close to the wellspring of the raging river you find in the valley beneath. This emerald kund expands into streams, tumbling cascades directly until it combines into the bubbling Beas waterway. It is believed that Rishi Vyas, who composed the Mahabharata scrubbed down in this lake.
This mix of enormous blanketed highest points overshadowing you, the greenery of the meadows and the lake attracts everybody to this journey. While this trip should be possible by fledgelings, we would prompt arrangement. The move from around 8000 ft at the start of the trip to more than 12,000 ft is no mean accomplishment.
Things to do on this Trek :
The Beas Kund trek offers you close, base-to-culmination perspectives on enormous heaps of Manali like Friendship Peak, and Hanuman Tibba. These sort of perspectives on a mountain are generally endowments given to mountain climbers and really hard-core trekkers – following quite a while of thorough trekking. No big surprise mountaineering foundations build up their headquarters on this path to prepare hopeful mountain climbers in a day off ice-craft. On a crisp morning, you’ll likewise have the option to spot Mt Indrasen, Deo Tibba and more peaks from the Pir Panjal range.
Just underneath these tall mountains are huge fields of Bakarthach and Dhundhi. Bakarthach is a shepherd’s field, loaded up with munching sheep and bovine. Small streams spread around this lavish glade. It is a glorious territory of greenery! Dhundhi, then again, is the prairie you camp on at the start of your trip. In this campground, you see the Beas River tumbling uproariously on one side and plenty of sprouting blossoms on the other.
Only five minutes into the path, antiquated deodar trees rise, making thick coniferous timberland. They are tall to the point that you’ll not have the option to see the tree best regardless of whether you extend your neck. You can likewise spot pine and maple trees. It’s difficult to accept that this spot is only 15 km from the clamouring town of Manali.
Best time to do the trek
May is the point at which the snow dissolves enough to clear the path however leaves enough ice-loaded pathways to step on. From mid-May to July-end is a decent an ideal opportunity to go for Beas Kund journey.
You ought to stay away from August and the underlying long stretches of September when substantial rainstorm lashes these pieces of Himalayas.
Mid-September to October-end is cold here yet at the same time a nice chance to diagram this course before winter sets in. Ace adventurers endeavour this during winter additionally, when a few feet of snow covers the whole stretch. In any case, that isn’t prudent for learner level adventurers as impediments turn interesting during that period.
It is a few days travel and can be easily obliged during the long end of the week. A few adventurers do it in a solitary day (from Dhundi to Dhundi). It altogether relies upon the amount you decide to trek in a day and whether you like to move slowly while appreciating the environmental factors. On the off chance that time is imperative and you are a decent explorer, it is possible in a day.