Beas Kund is situated at an altitude of 3,700 meters amidst the mountains of Himachal Pradesh. Beas Kund trek is 16 km, and this trek starts from old Manali. This is for 3 days. And can be done from May to September. Tracking only happens in groups. You can also book the track online. There are many websites that get this truck done. Manali has always been famous for trekking. The jagged mountain peaks of the Pir Panjal range, the river Beas and the calm water body nestled between the lofty mountains form a beautiful contrast.
About Beas Kund Trek
Beas Kund is a lake. It is believed that sage Vyasa, the author of the Mahabharata, used to bathe in this lake regularly. The word Beas Kund has derived from sage Vyasa. The Beas Kund trek starts from Old Manali and ends at Solang Valley while descending. The trek is around 16 km from Old Manali. You can book a cab from Manali Bus Stand to Old Manali. But if you book a track online, then only the track people go to pick you up from the bus stand. The track is 16 km, and it can be completed in 3 days as well as 4 days. From Manali to Beas Kund, you can enjoy the lush green mountains and the shade of pine trees and high mountains covered with snow.
Things to Keep in Mind
Some things that are worth taking care of are keeping warm clothes with you. The altitude of the trek ranges from about 8000 feet to 12,000 feet at the beginning. And there will be no electricity at the campsite on the trek. Trek starts early in the morning, you can use ATM in Manali, after that there is no such facility. Carry a first aid kit and your usual medicines. And also carry rain gear. A trained guide is very important and avoids misunderstandings.
On moving towards Beas Kund, you will also see Beas Kund Glacier. In trekking, you can catch a glimpse of the peak views of Friendship Peak, Shitidhar, Ladakhi, and Hanuman Tibba. Also, if you are lucky, you can catch a rare glimpse of Mount Indrasen, Dev Tibba, and other such peaks from the Pir Panjal range. Standing here, you can see the overflowing Beas river below and somewhere falling waterfalls. You can gaze at the starry sky from your tent. On the trek, you will enjoy the majestic snowy peaks, the greenery of the meadows, and the lake.