5 Day Treks To Do Near Manali

5 Day Treks to do near Manali

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Trip Introduction

This is my first travelogue with Terrainspotter. I recently quit my media sales job to pursue my dream : to open an affordable luxury hotel at Old Manali. In the process, I also ended up travelling in and around Manali , especially on Day treks. This is my collection of some the best day treks to do around Manali.Hope you have fun reading it

1. Jogni Water Fall : Start from The Tranquil Inn with Guide and packed lunch, trek down and cross Vyas River and climb up to the Jogni Water Fall which is the best water fall in Manali, Himachal.Starting at 9:30/10:00 AM and be back by 4 to 5 PM. You must have sports shoes with good grip, We will provide you Rain Coats, Walking Sticks and Backpacks.

Jogni water Fall  Jogni Water Fall : Source : http://www.himalayantravelouge.com/jogini-waterfalls/

2. Solang Nala :Start from The Tranquil Inn with Guide and packed lunch, trek thru the three villages Goshal, Shanag and Burwa, cross Solang Nala and reach Solang and coming back thru same route. Starting at 9:30/10:00 AM and be back by 5 to 6 PM. You must have sports shoes with good grip, We will provide you Rain Coats, Walking Sticks and Backpacks.  

Solang Nala         Solang Nala : Photo Credit : https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Birds_Eye.JPG

3.Glamlang: Start from The Tranquil Inn with Guide and packed lunch, trek thru Apple Orchards and reach Manu Temple at Old Manali Village. Then we strat trek from Manu Temple by the Manalsu River. We climb up from the banks of Manalsu River, most of the time you can see Manalsu River while walking thru the Forrest and reach to Glamlang. Glamlang is a medow not far away from the habitaion still it is serene to the core. Close by there is a waterfall and also you can see almost the begining of Manalsu River Starting at 9:30/10:00 AM and be back by 5 to 6 PM. You must have sports shoes with good grip, We will provide you Rain Coats, Walking Sticks and Backpacks.                 

4.Base of Mangnikot : Start from The Tranquil Inn with Guide and packed lunch, trek thru Apple Orchards and reach Manu Temple at Old Manali Village. Then we strat trek from Manu Temple thru the forrest and reach to the Daani Temple. Daani Devta is the Lord of Forrest in Manali. After this Temple we climb again to reach Gaudhar which is almost above Manali and you can see from there 90% of Manali and Rohtang Pass. Gaudhar is the base of Mangnikot. We then trek back thru the same route. This route on the way back can be altered depending on the weather conditions. Starting at 9:30/10:00 AM and be back by 5 to 6 PM. You must have sports shoes with good grip, We will provide you Rain Coats, Walking Sticks and Backpacks.                                  

5.LamaDugh: Start from The Taranquil Inn by transport and get dropped at the starting point of Lamadugh Trek. Start walking thru the Manali Sanctuary and reach Lamadough. Lamadough is a       meadow on the way to Manali Pass and it is also the first camp of Dharamshala Trek. We stay at Lamadogh for a while and then trek back thru the same route till The Tranquil Inn .Starting at 9:30/10:00 AM and be back by 5 to 6 PM. You must have sports shoes with good grip, We will provide you Rain Coats, Walking Sticks and Backpacks.    
 
Lamadugh   Lamadugh : Image Source : https://gypsyshack.com/products/lamadugh-trek-manali-himachal-pradesh-1d
 
6.Village Tour : Start from The Traquil Inn reach to Hadimba Temple, pay your respect to Hadimba Mata and trek thru the villages Sanogi, Mansari, Sayal, Chhyal, Simsa and go to Kartik Swami Temple pay respect to Kartik Swami and trek further to village Brodh, Parsha and Klathara Chhyal and to the Hot Sulphur Spring at Kalath.Starting at 9:30/10:00 AM and be back by 5 to 6 PM. You must have sports shoes with good grip, We will provide you Rain Coats, Walking Sticks and Backpacks. 
Village Tour : Image Source : http://www.tour-packages.co/manali-dalhousie-tour.html
 
 

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