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Awesome experience. Absolutely adorable guide. very patient with the complete family and kept encouraging till we made to the Meadows. more than 1000f...
We were just three people who had visited here with a guide. Thanks, Thrillophilia for arranging this for just three people. It was a memorable experie...
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Inclusions:Packed Lunch, Trekking, Services of Trek Guide, cook, and helpers, Facility to keep you extra luggage at the Reporting Base Camp, Forest Entry/Permissions/Permits and Camping Charges, if any, First Aid
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Rated : 5.0
Awesome experience. Absolutely adorable guide. very patient with the complete family and kept encouraging till we made to the Meadows. more than 1000ft climb and we took our time to stay there and then returned. we walked down to the camp. Got nice tea and relaxed with the kids for some time before moving ahead. If your knees are a little weak don't forget to take a pair of knee band and a walking stick. They will help a lot.
Rated : 5.0
We were just three people who had visited here with a guide. Thanks, Thrillophilia for arranging this for just three people. It was a memorable experience indeed. The trekking trail was narrow at some point and vast at some but the entire trail was covered with greenery and beautiful scenery. We eat a packed lunch which tastes good and had shared amazing stories with a guide.
Rated : 5.0
A very well executed trek with a guide who really knew his way around the mountains and spoke fluent English to help us communicate. There were enough refreshments provided on the trek and overall I had a very wholesome experience.
Rated : 5.0
It was such a wonderful experience to see meadows at such height. It was completely covered with greenery and looks beautiful.
Rated : 5.0
Thanks Dilip for the amazing trek, we really enjoyed it. Your knowledge of the area and the way you led us was very professional and we would love to recommend this trek to everyone.
Rated : 4.0
Although we have heard of Manali a lot, Lamadugh would be a new place for you all. I was also surprised to see the place. The pine forests were crazily beautiful. This place offered a great view of many of the hills in the Himalayas. I am so glad that I found this tour on Thrillophilia. I don't think there is any other tour site where we can find something like Lamadugh tour. Exclusively for nature lovers. Just pack your bags and head to Manali. You will not be disappointed. I guarantee you that. Thanks Thrillophilia.
Rated : 4.0
One day trek to Lamadugh done right. The pick up was delayed though, but overall, good work. Saw the majestic Indrasan mountain, Deo Tibba and Bara Shigri glacier on our way to Lamadugh. The trek guide was very supportive and professional, helped a lot throughout. Good food, good people, amazing views of the Himalayas. Props to Thrillophilia.
Rated : 4.0
The meadows and the mountains; everything about this place is appreciable but we had no facility to cook or heat the packed lunch. I just wished we also had a cook accompanying us with the guide and helpers.
Rated : 4.0
One bright sunny, I started on the trek to Lamadugh and I still haven't really come back. What a valley to just sit and gaze!
The Lama Dugh Trek is an easy trek with a very short total distance of 17 km. Starting from the Old Manu temple in Old Manali you will enjoy a great view throughout the trail.
It is one of the best treks in Manali as you get a great view with minimum efforts. The total duration to complete the trek is around 6-7 hours.
The height of Lama Dugh is 9900 ft or 3018 meters. It is one of the shortest treks in Manali; making its difficulty level easy and suitable for even the first-timers.
During the trek, you pass through dense forests, enjoy meadows and can view glaciers which is worth a trekking experience.
During you Lama Dugh Trek Manali you will have to carry the following to ensure that get the most out of it
Clothes that are comfortable and warm
Good quality Footwear (Shoes or slippers)
Additional pair of socks
Energy Bar/Snacks to keep your energy up
Water bottle to quench your thirst. You might not find any water source during the trek so keep an adequate amount of water as per your drinking habits and needs.
Sunglasses and caps to avoid the sun
Basic medication (if required) and personal toiletries
Flashlight and spare batteries to get clear visibility in dark areas
Yes, Lama Dugh Trek is safe. You will be accompanied by trek leaders who will properly instruct you and advise you about the trek. Therefore, you are requested to pay attention to the details.
Additionally, to ensure a safer trek all safety equipment is already in place. Moreover, a first aid kit is always available in case needed.
The Lamadugh trek is suitable even for beginners. It is a short and sweet trek which introduces you to beautiful lush greens. If you are a good walker, that would be enough for the trek.
However, if you are a beginner, ensure that you follow the instructions of the guide to make the trekking experience worthy.
Also, make sure you wear good quality shoes and comfortable clothes to make your trek easier.
The Lama dugh Trek includes breakfast lunch and dinner. On the first day, you stop at a lovely rocky ledge for your lunch, giving you a beautiful view of the city and nearby peaks. Your dinner would be arranged at the Old Manali campsite, where you will spend the rest of your night.
On day two, after you wake up a lovely sunrise, you will be provided with breakfast before you check-out.
Yes, the Lama Dugh Trek Manali is an easy trek. It is probably the easiest trek from Manali. It is so easy that the trek can be done even without any trekking gear.
It is a short trek and probably can be even done without a guide. However, for first-timers, it is essential to have a trekking guide to make the experience easy.
The climb is easy; however, you might find a few steep patches which are not too hard. Therefore, ensure that you wear some comfortable clothes and good quality shoes to easily cover the steep tracks.
The temperature at Lamadugh is around -10 degrees to 10 degrees Celsius during the winter. On the contrary, during the summers the average temperature at Lamadugh lies between 0 degrees to 20 degrees celsius.
The trek of Lamadugh starts from the Manu temple. Moving further the trail passes through Deodar and Pine forests. The scenic beauty and lush greens in these thick forests will mesmerize you during the trek.
On your way, your eyes will be treated with a heart-robbing panoramic view of Deo Tibba, Indrasan and Bara Shigri Glaciers.
On completion of the final phase, you reach Lamadugh where you can enjoy and relax at the flowery meadow.
Yes, you can go to Lama Dugh Trek in December. It is the time of the winters and during this time there is a probability of snow. Therefore, you can enjoy the snow trek if it starts snowing in December. Thrillophilia also offers a Lamadugh snow trek package for you to not miss the fulfilled snow trek.
Trekking at Lamadugh becomes even more interesting when you find snow everywhere. On your way top, the beauty of snow-capped mountains is something that will stay in your memory for a really long time. And the snow trek will definitely tempt you to pull out your camera and take as many clicks as possible.
The Lama Dugh Trek is around 9900 feet. Before you reach the end of the trek you will pass through dense forests and enjoy a lot of scenic beauty.
The views of the glacier and Manali on your way will rob your heart and you will fall in love with the place.
Finally, after the last phase, you will enjoy the alpine plateau of Lamadugh with the beautiful alpine flowers.
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