- Banana Ride
- Bungee Jumping
- Fishing Tours
- Flying Fox
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Jeep Safari
- Mountain Biking
Route : Manali-Solang Nallah-Bakarthach-Beas Kund-Manali
Starting from Manali, this trek winds through the famous Solang Valley. Set 13 km from Manali, Solang has good skiing slopes equipped with an excellent lift. A splendid valley between Manali and Kothi, it also offers views of the glaciers and snow-capped mountain peaks.
Starting from Manali, this trek winds through the famous Solang Valley. Set 13 km from Manali, Solang has good skiing slopes equipped with an excellent lift. A splendid valley between Manali and Kothi, it also offers views of the glaciers and snow-capped mountain peaks. The trail then goes via Dhundi and Bakartach to enter the Beas Kund glacier, the birthplace of the River Beas.
DAY 1 : MANALI TO SOLANG NALLAH : Manali to Solang Nallah (14 kms)
Trek starts along the right bank of Beas river through villages, green fields and orchards with beautiful valleys, forests & mountain view to the famous ski resort, Solang Nallah (2480 m). Overnight in tents.
DAY 2 : SOLANG NALLAH TO BAKARTHACH : Solang Nallah to Bakarthach (12 kms)
Trek through an alpine plateau, Dhundi (2480 m). Along the trek view glaciers and snow capped peaks including the peaks of Indrasan (6221 m) & Deo Tibba (6001 m). Overnight in tents at Bakarthach (3150 m).
DAY 3 : BAKARTHACH TO BEASKUND : Bakarthach to Beaskund - Bakarthach (12 kms)
Trek to the source of river Beas, Beaskund. Return to Dhundi for an overnight stay in tents.
DAY 4: BAKARTHACH TO MANALI : Bakarthach to Manali via Solang Nallah (12 kms)
Trek down to Solang Nallah and travel by car/ jeep to Manali. The trek ends in Manali.
Transport Options (Delhi - Manali - Delhi)
For travel to Manali and back one can choose between air & road. For air travel, the closest airport is the Bhuntar KUU, also known as Kullu Airport, or Bhuntar Airport and is well connected to Delhi and other parts of the country by Air India.
There are frequent Public Transport buses including Volvos available from Delhi to Manali that cost about Rs. 850 - 1200 per person. These buses depart from ISBT. or so and take about 14 hrs to cover the distance. The same is also applicable on the return journey. A private vehicle could also be arranged for if you require the same.
Summer in Manali extends from March to June when the temperature variation is recorded to be ranging between 15°c and 20°c. Mercury sometimes reaches up to 25°c but never goes beyond that. During winters the temperature can drop to -1° and the maximum temperature hardly goes up to 20°c.
Please keep in mind that the above information is not exact and does not account for sudden changes. Whatever the temperatures and conditions rest assured we will be prepared to handle it with ease as we use equipment of very high specifications