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Bharmaur- Kugti- Udaipur- Manali trek is a trek from Bharmour in Himachal Pradesh, India.




Bharmaur- Kugti- Udaipur- Manali trek is a trek from Bharmour in Himachal Pradesh, India.

Important Information about the Trek

Tour Route: Bharmour – Kugti – Kugti Pass – Jovrung – Udaipur – Keylong Rohtang – Manali.
Duration: 6 Nights/7 Days (Altitude – 16700 Feet)
Trek: Difficult.
Maximum Height: 5040 Mtrs.
Requirements: Experience in difficult Trekking essential.

1. KUGTI PASS TREK
• Kugti Pass is the highest altitude pass in the Pir- Panjal range.
• This is an interesting and adventurous trek of 5-6 days.
• The tracker can view the beauty of Pir- Panjal range.
• The trek provides a rare occasion to see and study the customs and rituals of the local people named as Gaddi (shepherd).

2. Bharmour
• Bharmour is also popular because of its proximity with Manimahesh Lake.
• Manimahesh Kailash and Chaurasi (84) are ancient temples.
• They are reflecting the glorious past of this hidden town.
• Bharmour is also known as the Abode of Shiva.
• There are numerous temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in and nearby regions.
• The whole region around Bharmour is considered to be under the control of Lord Shiva.
• It is hence also known as the Shiva Bhumi.
• This place is an aesthetic and scenic beauty.
• Visit 84 Chaurasi ancient Temples for evening Aarti.

General Itinerary of the Trek

• Day-1 Bharmaur (2130 M) – Hadsar (2320 M) 13 kms by Jeep, Hadsar – Manimahesh and back 13 kms trek.
• Day-2 Hadsar – Kugti village (2590M) 12 kms.
• Day-3 Kugti village – Kuddi Got (4000M) 12 kms.
• Day-4 Kuddi Got – Khardu (3540M) over Kugti Pass (5040M) 10 kms.
• Day-5 Khardu – Shansha village via Raape village 12 kms, Shansha – Udaipur by jeep.
• Day-6 At Udaipur visit to Trilok Nath temple and Mrikula Devi temple.
• Day-7 Udaipur – Manali via Rohtang Pass (3979 M) by jeep.

Facilities
• Boarding
• Lodging
• Transport
• Porterage
• Equipment

Other Treks of Himachal

• Baralacha-Chandratal Trek
• Bhabha Pass Trek
• Bir Bhangal Trek
• Darcha Lamayuru Trek
• Darcha Padum Trek
• Deo Tibba Expedition
• Friendship Peak Expedition
• Hampta Pass
• Indrahar Pass
• Chander Trail, Kullu Valley Trek (Duration – 6 Days).
• Malan History Trek, Kullu Valley Trek (Duration – 7 Days).
• Hamta Trek, Kullu Valley Trek (Duration – 5 Days).
• History Trek, Malana – Kullu Valley Trek (Duration – 6 Days).
• Barot – Dansar Lake – Chhota Bhangal Trek (Duration – 5 Days).
• Bajinath – Holi – Jalsu Pass Trek (Duration – 7 Days).
• Indrahar – Minkiani Pass Circuit Trek (Duration – 10 Days).
• Baijnath – Bara Bhangal – Dalhousie Trek (Duration – 11 Days).
• Pongdam – Dadasiba – Dehra Gopipur Trek (Duration – 4 Days).
• Bankhandi – Chohal – Manguwal Trek (Duration – 6 Days).
• Cannabis Sativa Trek (Duration – 8 Days).
• Blue Poppy Trek (Duration – 10 Days).
• Fairy Tale Trek (Duration – 8 Days).
• Mulkila Peak (6517 mts) Trek (Duration – Three to Four Weeks).
• Kullu Pumori Peak (6553 mts) Trek (Duration – Three to Four Weeks).
• Reo Purgyil Peak (6816 mts) Trek (Duration – Two to Three Weeks).
• Deo Tibba Peak (6001 mts) Trek (Duration – Two to Three Weeks).
• Hanuman Tibba Peak (5892 mts) Trek (Duration – Two to Three Weeks).

Best time to visit / climate

• The best time of the Season for this trek is from June – October.
• The climate in Manali is predominantly cold during winters, and moderately cool during summers.
• The temperatures range from 4 °C (39 °F) to 30 °C (86 °F) over the year.
• The average temperature during summer is between 14 °C (57 °F) and 20 °C (68 °F), and between ?7 °C (19 °F) and 10 °C(50 °F) in the winter.
• Monthly precipitation varies between 31 mm (1.2 in) in November to 217 mm (8.5 in) in July.
• In average, some 45 mm (1.8 in) of precipitation is received during winter and spring months.
• The average total annual precipitation is 1,363 mm (53.7 in).
• Snowfall in the region, takes place in the month of December.

Location on Google Maps


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How to get there?

1. By Air
• The nearest airport (IATA code KUU) is at Bhuntar town.
• It is situated on NH21 about 50 km (31 mi) south of Manali and 10 km (6.2 mi) south of Kullu town.
• The airport is also known as Kullu-Manali airport and has more than a kilometre long runway.
• Indian Airlines and some private airlines have regular flights to the airport.
• Chandigarh airport is the nearest large airport.

2. By Road
• Manali can be reached from Delhi by national highway NH 1 up to Chandigarh.
• From there by national highway NH21 that passes through Bilaspur, Sundernagar, Mandi and Kullu towns.
• The road distance from Delhi to Chandigarh is 248 km and from Chandigarh to Manali is 273 km.
• The total distance from Delhi to Manali thus is 521 km (324 mi).

3. By Rail
• Manali is not easily approachable by rail.
• The nearest broad gauge railheads are at Chandigarh (275 km (171 mi)), Pathankot (325 km (202 mi)) and Kalka (310 km (193 mi)).
• The nearest narrow gauge railhead is at Joginder Nagar (135 kilometres (84 mi)).

Some travel books from Amazon about Bharmaur- Kugti- Udaipur- Manali Trek

DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: India Lonely Planet Indian Himalaya Lonely Planet Trekking in the Indian Himalaya

Places to stay (hotels / restaurants along with website / contact numbers)

Hotels at tripadvisor.in
Hotels at birresorthotel.com
Hotels at holidayiq.com
Hotels at wikitravel.org

Blogs / Sites about Bharmaur Kugti Udaipur Manali Trek

Blogs and reviews at adventurehimalaya.org
Blogs at himachaltourism.gov.in
Blogs and reviews at bharmourtreks.com

Images and photos of Bharmaur Kugti Udaipur Manali Trek

Images at google.com
Images at himachaltourism.gov.in
Images at bharmourtreks.com




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