Water is not included in the package.
Only one side cab is provided in this package.
No refunds if you are not on Time.
In case of unforeseen weather conditions or government restrictions, the activity may be canceled and in such cases, you can reschedule your Triund Trek booking. However, no refund will be provided.
30 days or more: 90% of the total Package Cost is refundable
21-30 days: 75% of the total Package Cost is refundable
11-20 days: 50% of the total Package Cost is refundable
Less than 10 days: No refund
Kheerganga Trek is found somewhere down in Parvati Valley (Kullu Valley) and is roosted at a height of around 2950m. The trekking point of Kheergnag is Barshaini. Kheerganga trek is almost 12km trek from Barshaini. There are three routes from Barshaini to go to Kheerganga. Stroll to the scaffold after Barshaini and take the left turn, ask anybody the best approach to Nakthan town and Kheerganga. This is the briefest and most favoured course and takes 3-4 hours for an individual with normal trekking speed. This route is on the left half of the Parvati stream. The way through Nakthan is the most mainstream routes to trek to Kheerganga and the path is very much stamped. Wonderful apple plantations close Nathan Village. A natural and beautiful hovel signifies the beginning of the trek to Kheerganga Trek from Kalga town.
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Kheerganga Trek is one of the most well-known trekking destinations in Himachal Pradesh located at a height of about 2950m, deep in the Parvati Valley. Kheerganga presents to the trekkers a wealth of memorable experiences and is a perfect combination of history, mythology, and adventure.
One can take a direct train from Delhi to reach Bhuntar & get a taxi or local bus from outside the railway station and reach Barshaini –the starting point of the Kheerganga trek.
The total trek distance is 12 km, one way! The time taken to reach Kheerganga on average is 4-5 hours. Kheerganga is usually a muddy trek through the forest. But it’s an easy trek and can be done by beginners.
Kheerganga is perched at an elevation of 2,950m above sea level. It is a spiritual spot located in the Parvati valley of Himachal Pradesh & is famous for hot springs and camping.
With a well designed Kheerganga package, a local guide and a trip lead will accompany you throughout the journey. They know the locals well and can guide you on how you can be safe and enjoy your trip to the fullest without any worries on your mind. Avoid trekking on unknown paths without consulting the tour guide as it can turn dangerous for you.
Starting early and at a constant pace, one can easily complete the trek towards Kheerganga starting from Barshaini within 3-4hours and can enjoy the panoramic view of the snow-capped mighty mountains
The network is available in Barshaini and Bhuntar. It is advisable to make important calls beforehand as the network is not always guaranteed uphill. You can easily de-clutter your mind and detoxify yourself on this beautiful trek, without any worldly worries.
The trek starts at 10:00 AM on day 1 from Barshaini and ends between 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM on day 2 at Barshaini.
Tosh is a village which is located at an elevation of about 2,400 metres (7,900 ft) on a hill near Kasol in the Parvati Valley surrounded by mountains. Alongside the village is the Parvati River, which begins at the Mantalai Glacier within Parvati Valley, which is a feeder for the Parvati Valley.
Barshaini is a small village and is the last place as far as where the road goes in Parvati Valley. It is only 14 km beyond Manikaran and the road is constantly kept company by the Parvati river. The trail to Kheerganga, Tosh and the trio of Kalga-Tulga-Pulga all start from Barshaini.
From the confluence of the Parvati River with the River Beas, the Parvati Valley runs eastwards, through a steep-sided valley from the town of Bhuntar, in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh in Northern India.
ATM services in Parvati Valley can sometimes not work, so it is best to carry the required cash or withdraw from Bhuntar/Kasol.
Bhuntar Airport is the nearest airport to Kasol, located 31 km away. You can take a direct flight from Delhi to Kullu. From there, there is another flight to reach Bhuntar airport. Once you reach Kasol, we can also arrange your transport from Kasol to Bharsaini.
This trek is considered quite easy and beginners can easily complete this trek without any troubles. Some paths can get tricky but it is doable.
Yes, the Kheerganga trek is open to visitors from around the globe.
Kheerganga is always famous for trekking and camping activities. Amidst the beautiful Himalayas, the soothing and relaxing climate offers an amazing opportunity to rejuvenate. Stuck in worldly tensions and emotions, this trek offers a perfect getaway to detoxify and enjoy the exhilarating beauty of the bountiful nature.
Exploring the traditions and culture of this place also provides a unique experience. You can interact with the locals to see how peaceful their life is even if all the tangible resources are not available to them.
Kheerganga is not only famous for its beautiful location but Sylvan Hills, Parvati Valley, Rudra Nag Waterfall, and Shiv Temple are also worth a visit.
The milky and frothy water of Kheerganga will inspire you to overcome all the obstacles and move ahead in life with joy and ecstasy.
You can reach Bhuntar from Delhi by car. The journey is truly mesmerizing and captivating as you pass through the lap of nature.
From Bhuntar, you can easily take a local bus and reach Bharsaini, which is the starting point for the Kheerganga trek
From Delhi, you can either come via road, rail or air.
By road – From Delhi, you can take a bus from ISBT Kashmiri Gate or Majnu-Ka-Tila and arrive at Kullu or Manali. From there, you need to travel until Bhuntar. Again from Bhuntar, you can take a local bus and finally reach Bharsaini.
By rail – Pathankot is the nearest railway station. Further, you can take local transport to reach Bharsaini.
By flight – Bhuntar Airport is the nearest airport to Kasol, located 31 km away. You can take a direct flight from Delhi to Kullu. From there, there is another flight to reach Bhuntar airport. Once you reach Kasol, trek operators are arranging your transport from Kasol to Bharsaini.
Parvati valley is one of the safest places in Himachal Pradesh. It is even said that Lord Shiva himself meditated in this place for thousands of years. This place is spiritually blessed with abundant mysticism around it.
Kheerganga or Kheer Ganga refers to the Ganga River (the Ganges River) as white as a Kheer (an Indian sweet dish made from milk and Rice). The name Kheerganga came due to the milky waters of the river flowing in all its vastness and its streams flowing into Parvati valley from all sides of the mountain.
According to the locals, it was the time when Lord Shiva asked their son Karthikey and Ganesh to travel around the world. Lord Ganesh thinking that the whole world lies at His parent’s feet, He circumferenced around them (Shiva and Parvati), while Lord Karthikey embarked on His journey of the world tour. Impressed by Ganesha’s wit, Shiva made him the king. Years after Karthikey returned home, He saw that Ganesh was made the king and was enjoying all the powers and facilities He had expected being an elder brother.
Frustrated and angry, He went to the cave (which is in Kheerganga) for deep meditation. Later, Shiva and Parvati came here to take Kartikeya home. Out of love for his son, Goddess Parvati made the kheer (rice pudding) flow from the mountain (kheer-ki-Ganga which translates to the river of rice pudding). Later lord Parshuram, on realizing the oncoming of kalyug and that there could be a conflict among the people, stopped the kheer and what remained is the hot water. Even now, one can see the white rubber-like particles (malai) along with the hot flowing water. The water remains hot throughout the year and is said to be rich in natural minerals and can cure stomach related disorders. Lord Shiva liked this place so much that he decided to stay here. It is said that Lord Shiva himself meditated here for thousands of years.
Kheerganga trek is an all year trek and is devoid of any extreme weather conditions which make it all the more popular among tourists. The temperature in the winter season can go from 3-12 degree Celsius and in the summer months, it ranges between 12-18 degree. It is advisable to always carry warm clothes with you. Monsoon season is always avoided for trekking purposes as it can get muddy and slippery, cases of frequent landslides are also reported during this time.
The distance between Kasol and Kheerganga is approximately 22 km.
Kasol is filled with places that give it a hippie vibe. Around a decade back, many people from Israel shifted to Kasol which not only generated income opportunities for the locals but also for them as the cafes opened by them attracted a lot of tourists. Today a lot of Israelis and the locals live there peacefully.
Mantalai Lake is located at 4200 m on the trail to Pin Parvati pass and is the source of Parvati river. The lake is formed by the melting of snow from the nearby mountains and glaciers.
Yes, we provide stay in tents at Kheerganga top which is included in the package along with meals and guide.
If you reach Barshaini early then you can start the trek towards Kheerganga and complete it within 4-5 hours. After enjoying the panoramic view of the Parvati valley and relaxing in the hot springs you can start the descent, which is quicker and you can reach Barshaini within 2 hours.
The winter months witness enchanting snowfall and make the temperatures very low. The trek also becomes a tad bit difficult ushering in the cold weather and also since many parts of the trek can sometimes get blocked due to heavy snowfall.
The snow-covered mountains make the trek all the more serene and beautiful.
Kheerganga Trek cost between ₹1000 to ₹2000 including guide, accommodation and meals. The cost of the package may vary according to the pickup point and number of people in a group.
Yes, camping is allowed in Kheerganga. It is included in the Kheerganga Trek Package. Sometimes due to heavy rainfall or snowfall the Forest department may restrict such activities. Make sure you plan accordingly. For the latest information, you can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of the best trekking routes across Kasol, India include :
Pin Parvati Pass Trek.
Kasol To Tosh Trek.
Kasol To Rasol Trek.
Malana Village Trek.
Tosh Glacier Trek.
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