Bhrigu Lake is situated above the Gulaba slopes and to the east of Rohtang Pass. situated at an elevation of 4170 metres (13681 feet) above sea level in the Pir Panjal mountain range. A panoramic view of the Pir Panjal, Dhauladhar, Great Himalayan range, and other peaks rising above 6000 metres can be seen from this location. Deo Tibba, Indrasan, Maker Beh, and Shikhar Beh are the closest 6,000-meter peaks in the area. The Seven Sisters and Hanuman Tibba peaks are the most fascinating peaks that still offer insights. Bhrigu Lake offers breathtaking views of majestic snow-capped mountains, a never-ending alpine carpet of meadows, and streams that flow with crystal-clear water along meandering trails.
Our traditional three-day trip to Bhrigu Lake begins at Gulaba, 23 kilometres from Manali, and ends in Vashisht hamlet. Our trekking path varies depending on the amount of snowfall because Bhrigu has numerous trails. The route Gulaba – Rola khoi – Bhrigu lake and back to Gulaba can be started at any time between May and mid-June. The alternate path, which requires greater ascent, departs from Kulang and travels through Mori Dugh, Bhrigu Lake, then returns to Mori Dugh and Kulang. You will have the chance to stay two nights at several campgrounds during our traditional Bhrigu lake tour, which will definitely provide more natural views of Manali.
Village Mansari, PO Haripur
District Kullu H.P
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