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Bhrigu Lake Trek – Trekking Gem in Himachal

At an altitude of 270 meters above sea level, there is a beautiful high altitude glacial lake Bhrigu Lake. Bhrigu lake trek starts from Manali. One of the most exciting short treks in Himachal Pradesh is this. Trekking to Bhrigu Lake gives you a chance to see the high altitude alpine lake, green threads etc. 

 Bhrigu lake Trek in Himachal Pradesh is four days. Every season brings a new hue to this beautiful lake. This lake in Himachal is emerald green in late summer and turns blue in summer which adds to the beauty of the lake. 

 All About Bhrigu Lake Trekking 

 East of the famous Rohtang Pass of Himachal Pradesh in the upper Kullu Valley is a high altitude glacial lake known as Bhrigu Lake. The Bhrigu Lake trek is full of amazing natural wonders and is a great choice for families, beginners and experienced trekkers. Located at an elevation of 1,000 feet, this trek offers breathtaking views of alpine meadows and meadows and glimpses of the seven sister peaks. Photographers have many opportunities to capture nature in all its glory thanks to the stunning mountain scenery and their reflections in the lake. 

 The history of travel is a rich mythology. The famous saint Maharishi Bhrigu is said to have meditated nearby. The wonderful meadows surrounding the valley are a joy in themselves, and the lake is not the only main attraction of the walk. You will soon be mesmerized by the beauty around you after walking through the forest and climbing a relatively steep hill to reach the meadows. 

 The Bhrigu Lake trek takes place amidst stunning alpine ranges that stretch as far as the eye can see and seem to cover the hillsides with an endless carpet of green. If you are lucky, you will see horses grazing in the meadows or running in the meadows. You can also glimpse the Dhauladhar mountain range and the mighty Pir Panjal, which dominates the skyline of the region. The best time to visit Bhrigu lake is from July to September when the meadows are at their greenest and you can see wildflowers in abundance. 

 Even if the meadows change color from time to time, they can still be seen at Bhrigu Lake. Easily accessible from Manali, this weekend getaway is perfect for families, groups of solo travelers and even large groups. 

 Bhrigu Lake is located between Gulaba and Manali and is about 22 km. Highest glacial lakes are difficult to reach and may require days of hiking over difficult terrain before spotting a lake. However, there is no such thing at Bhrigu Lake.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ D lake. Bhrigu Lake attracts many hikers, both beginners and experienced, and anyone with basic fitness can easily complete the walk due to its easy grading. 

 On the next day of walking, you will reach a charming glacial lake where you can sit and enjoy the peace surrounded by nature. Because the lake is so high, you are wrapped in clouds; it is the perfect environment for relaxation and rebirth. Although the lake is usually frozen year-round, it can be seen turning blue-green in the summer. 

 Standing by the lake, you can see Manali, Gulaba and Solang valleys from above. When you first reach the grasslands, the Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar ranges are visible, while the peaks of the Hampta valley, including Indrasan and Deo Tibba, are visible from the Panduropa side. Hanuman Tibba Peak, Chandrabhaga Peak and others are on the opposite side. 

 About Bhrigu Lake Trekking To start the 

 Bhrigu Lake Trekking, you need to travel to Manali first. From there, take the Manali-Rohtang Pass road to Gulaba, where you can then trek to Gulaba Meadows. The road is not long and takes about an hour and a half, but the elevation is a bit steep. You set up camp in the meadows at night in tents. The next day, you trek from Gulaba to Rola Kholi through lush forests of silver oak, birch and deodar, taking in the sights of Manali and Solang Valley along the way, and peaks like the Seven Sister Peaks and Hanuman Tibba Peak. We walk to the Bhrigu Lake at an altitude of 1000 meters along a trail of mixed rocks and snow. 

 Admire sweeping views of the lake surrounded by snow-capped peaks like Deo Tibba, Hanuman Tibba and Indrasen, share comfortable tents and delicious meals with your companions, and spend the evening chatting with friends by the warm fire. What could be better than a weekend stroll to a beautiful lake surrounded by abundant natural beauty and mythology? 

 Major Attractions 

 Bhrigu Lake 

 Undoubtedly, this is the main attraction of the trek. The lake is located in a wonderful area surrounded by mountains and vegetation on all sides. As the sun sets or rises, the water of the lake looks crystal clear, and with the help of cameras, you can see the snow-capped mountains reflected in the water. Sit by the lake and enjoy the tranquility while the sights and sounds of nature surround you. 

 Bless your eyes with amazing views of Dhauladhar range, Seven Sisters, Deo Tibba, Hanuman Tibba and other high peaks. On a four-day trek to Bhrigu Lake and back, you can enjoy unparalleled views of the highlands. 

 Fun snow experience 

 Snow can already be seen on the second day of the excursion. The snow covered landscapes of Rola Kholi offer surreal and fantastical worldviews to evoke. It is just as beautiful when the lake is partially frozen in winter.

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