Five Hidden spots around Manali: From paragliding to trekking to rafting to skiing, Manali has plenty of options of having fun and amuse yourself. But when it comes to explore the nature, it also offers you the same which you are looking for.
In Manali, there are a lot of hidden spots to explore for making your journey memorable. Views of the Dhaulahar and Pir Panjal ranges beckoning from all directions, Manali is year-round magnet for explorers. Place your finger to choose one of these interesting treks around Manali.
Here’s the list of Five Hidden spots around Manali where you can visit with your loved ones:
The place is one of the most picturesque treks starting from Dhungri, 2km from Manali. You need to spend 3-5 days to explore the beautiful trekking spot. Superb Himalayan landscapes open up as the trail traverse myriad streams, forest and lush green meadows are strewed with an astonishing variety of alpine flowers.
If you have courage to trekking on uneven ways, so you don’t miss the chance to visit Patalsu Peak. The trekking starts from Solang Nala, about 14km from Manali, and goes through Solang- the last village of Kullu valley. After crossing this, the trail goes up steeply through some fields, woodlands and meadows. While tracking, you will see wild alpine strewn around you while trekking.
The base of Patalus peak is a perfect place to capture nature into your camera. From there you get a good view of Hanuman Tibba (5990m), Indrasan (6021m), Deo Tibba (6001m) and Kullu valley. If you go to the top of the Patalsu peak, you may devote around 4 hours to reach. But don’t forget the way is not an easy as the terrain is steep and rough.
Kulang is a charming trek for summer and autumn. Initiating from Kothi or kulang road head, 7km from Manali, the trek passes through the lush green forest of walnut, oak and pine trees. You can view the whole Kullu valley while trekking. An impressive panorama of peaks is visible all the time. Wetting up in the sulphur hot spring at Vashisht will help your muscles to get relaxed.
Walking through Dhungri village means to get the chance of seeing pine forest along with the view of the village and mountains. Then, your journey ends at Kanyal village.
Beas Kund is one of the famous treks in Manali that starts from Solang Valley. You cross a couple of rivers, walk over loosely held rocks on a dead glacier to get to the glaciated Beas Kund. Amazing view of the peaks around the area like Hanuman tibba dominates the spot.
You must visit once with your friends or family members the above five hidden spots around Manali