5 Places For Trekking in Manali in August: Upto 35% Off
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Last Updated: 15 Jan 2021
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Night curfew extended in Kullu Manali till Jan 5 Updated: 15 Jan 2021

Taking the harsh weather into consideration, night curfew (8pm-6am) have been imposed in Kullu Manali till Jan 5. Hoteliers request the government to provide relaxation in tourist travel. As the journey from Delhi to Kullu Manali is 14 hours, they'll be unable to reach in time before curfew. Hence, effecting the business and tourism of Himachal.Read more.

Trekking in Manali in August

Trekking in Manali in August presents the peak of monsoon season, and the sights you will be introduced to around this time of the year are simply put, magnificent. And while it can seem like an intimidating feat in the hills to navigate, apart from the surprising drizzle and shower, August is actually a great time to explore a wide variety of open trails in and around Manali.

Additionally, due to risks of drastic weather conditions and landslides, many high-altitude or the risque trails are closed-off. But the ones that can be undertaken are comfortable, and just as formidable.

Trekking in Manali in August is a rich time to visit the lakes, rivers and waterfalls with adventures like Bhrigu Lake Trek, Jogini Falls Trek, Beas Kund Trek etc. On the one hand, the heightened flow of the water in the water-bodies and streams make the appearance of these already impressive sites more stellar. And on the other hand, the scenes of the verdant valleys and hills that you walk past via courses of the likes of the Pin Parvati and Hampta Pass Treks highlight a different and equally charismatic side of the well-liked Manali. 

Here are some of the best trekking in Manali in August:

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Day Trek to Jogini Waterfalls Flat 10% off
  • 6H
  • Manali
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Reporting Point & Time: Bahang Village, Manali at 11 AM

Waterfalls in hills are some of the most scenic sights, with all the green beauty around them and the splashes of water is a treat for the eyes. Close by Manali, the Jogini Waterfalls are one of the most amazing sights that you can see in the area. This trek takes you to an amazing trail leading to Jogini Waterfalls in Vashisht, allowing you click some amazing pictures and spend time admiring the cascading waterfalls. 

The 7 km trek will take about 6 hours to complete and will also include a visit to the Jogini Mata Mandir. The guide will assist you with the trails and he is familiar with the routes of the trek, he will let you know the right places to get the pictures clicked.  One time packed veg/non-veg lunch will be provided to the trekkers as per there preferences. Arrive back in Bahang Village via the same trail to bring the experience to an end.

Additional information:


Age Limit-
6 to 55 years
Preferred weight limit- 25 KG to 90 KG

How to reach the starting point?
The Bahang Village is located around 5 Km from the Mall Road of Manali. You can board a private cab to reach the village.

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Hampta Pass Trek, Manali 2021 | Book Now @ Flat 30% off
  • 5D/4N
  • Manali
  • 5D/4N
₹12,143 ₹8,500
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Location -  Manali

Start Point/End Point: Manali Bus Stand

Start Time/End Time: The trek start at 10:00 AM on day 1 and ends at around 03:00 PM on day 5.

About Hampta Pass:

Hampta Pass trek is giving each adventure lover an option to discover the unique landscape on the Manali side in Himachal Pradesh. From the top, you will witness the magnificent view of a different world below, the beautiful yet deserted Lahaul. The panoramic sweep of the valley from the summit will be a sight that will not leave you forever.

About the Hampta Pass Trek:

The Hampta Pass trek has the starting point as Manali. From Manali, you will be taken to Jobra and then to Chika located at a height of about 10,100 feet. The route will have plenty of greenery, River Rani and the mountainous stretches on one side. When you climb up to reach Balu ka Ghera from Chika, On this impressive journey catch the first glimpses of the mighty towers in Dhauladhar Ranges occupy the entire frame with meadows and flower-filled valleys. What awaits you next are the gradual slopes until you reach the mighty Hampta Pass and on the way, Hampta Village will be your host for some time. Discover the serene calmness that surrounds the valley.

The ultimate destination of the trek is the beautiful Chandratal located amidst the pristine surroundings dominated by the white peaks and clouds above. A confluence of three paths – Hampta Pass, Spiti, and Rohtang Pass and the green paradise will accompany you to achieve the height of about 14,100ft.

The whole experience will be beautifully driven by our experienced and well trained guides along with the porters and kitchen staff. The team will also help you in allotting your dome tents for each night for to keep you hassle free so that you can just enjoy the beauty of the places without getting into any operational stuff.

Quick Facts About Hampta Pass Trek:

Hampta Pass Trekking Distance:  35km

Hampta Pass Altitude: 14,100ft

Hampta Pass Trek Difficulty Level: Moderate 

Electricity: There will be no electricity on the trek

ATM: You will find ATMs in Manali.

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Beas Kund Trek, Manali | Book Online & Save 15%
  • 4D/3N
  • Manali
  • 4D/3N
₹6,299 ₹5,299

Location -  Old Manali

Start Point/End Point: Trek start from Old Manali and ends at Solang Valley

Start Time/End Time: The trek start at 10:00 AM on day 1 and ends around 02:00 PM on day 3.

About Beas Kund:

Beas Kund is a high altitude thousand-year-old alpine lake that sits royally amidst the mountains of Himachal Pradesh at an altitude of 3,810 meters. This taint less beauty is the origin of Beas River, which is believed to be the water body where Sage Vyas use to take bath while he meditated and wrote Hindu epic Mahabharata. 

About the Trek:

Lush green grasslands flourish below the summits of the three biggest mountains around Manali and hidden in these grasslands is the emerald lake. The contrasting sight of this serene water body nestled in between jagged mountain peaks of Pir Panjal range adds to the beauty of the lake and that makes it an amazingly picturesque travel destination and an even better summer trek, to rewind and rejuvenate amidst nature. Your camping experience at the campsite of Bakarthach, under the star-studded sky,  will be an experience worth remembering.

Quick Facts:

Trekking distance: 16 km

Maximum Altitude:12,772 ft

Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate 

Electricity: There will be no electricity at the campsite on the trek.

ATM: Manali is the last point where you will get ATM.

How to reach?

You have to report at the camps at Old Manali which is also the starting point of the trek and it is around 12 km from Mall Road of Manali. Many local means of transport and private cabs are available from Mall Road to reach Old Manali.

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Trek to Bhrigu Lake, Manali | Flat 16% off
  • 3D/2N
  • Manali
  • 3D/2N
₹4,799 ₹3,999
Start Point/End Point: Manali Bus Stand
Start Time/End Time: The trek starts at 10:00 AM on day 1 and ends around 2:00 PM on day 4.

About Bhrigu Lake:

Bhrigu Lake is the high altitude glacial lake at the height of 14,100 ft. It is said that a thousand years ago, Maharishi Bhrigu used to meditate near this pristine lake & hence it is named after him. The beauty of the lake is different in every season, In winters it is frozen, In the early summer you will find small glacial pieces floating in the lake and in summer & spring the lake becomes blue and keep on changing its color every hour of the day. 

About the Trek:

The trek to Bhrigu Lake is classified as a trek of moderate difficulty. You start from an altitude of 8,530 ft at Gulaba and you reach the highest point of the trek at 14,009 ft. On this trek you will get the unparalleled breathtaking views of Seven Sister Peaks, Deo Tibba, Indrasan, Hanuman Tibba, the outstretched Pir Panjal ranges, the rich line of oak and cedar forests, fascinating green lush meadows, enthralling carpeted alpine flooring and the gushing streams along the meandering trail, the scenic vistas of the region is absolutely captivating which also makes the trekking experience overwhelming.

Quick Facts:

Trekking Distance: 26 km
Maximum Altitude:14,000 ft
Difficulty Level: Easy To Moderate 
Electricity: Electricity will be available in Manali campsite, However there will be no electricity at the campsite on the trek.
ATM: Manali is the last point where you will get ATM.
Trekking Gradient: Steep ascent throughout the trail
Landmarks: Gulabha, Rola Kholi, Panduropa, Vashisht

Stay during Bhrigu Lake Trek:
Stay in Dome Tents with common washrooms on twin/triple/quad sharing basis depending upon the tent and group size

Meals during Bhrigu Lake Trek:
Breakfast, lunch and dinner (vegetarian and non-vegetarian) are included in the package


How to reach?
You have to report at the camps at Old Manali which is the starting point of the trek and it is around 2 km from Mall Road of Manali. Many local means of transport and private cabs are available from Mall Road to reach Old Manali.
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Pin Parvati Trek 2021, Himachal Pradesh | Book @ 10% off
  • 10D/9N
  • Manali
  • 10D/9N
₹28,560 ₹25,700
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Departure Dates:

July: 21
August: 11

About the Pin Parvati Pass Trek:

Barsheni village is the starting point of your Pin Parvati Trek from where you will be led to Rudranath Camp after crossing the fascinating trails. Rudranath to Khirganga watching the beautiful Parvati River and the evergreen forests and picturesque meadows would be a highlighted version of your trek. Tunda Bhuj campsite awaiting your arrival can be reached after crossing some more astounding landscapes and rough trails that would enable you to spot some of the most regular species of birds coming to visit the region. 

Mantalai and the charming lake are the jovial hosts of you in between the journey to arrive the Pin Parvati camp. There, you will be driven to immerse into the abyss created by the verdant greenery present everywhere near, the brooks, the flowery meadows and the high glaciers and what not- each sight around you will remarkably stuck into your head for sure.

About the Pin Parvati:

Discovered in the year 1884 as an alternate passage to the Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh, the Pin Parvati Pass trek is one of the most enthralling and challenging trekking trails in India. Taking the trekkers to a maximum altitude of 5,319m above the sea level, the Pin Parvati trek is usually undertaken during the months of July to September and requires excellent trekking skills and techniques.

Manali with plenty of trekking options comes up with the best in its kit that is Pin Parvati trek, leading the trekker up to 5319 meters height and it is the perfect option for seasoned trekkers worldwide. July to September, the best season to do Pin Parvati trek brings forth the maximum number of trekkers and visitors Manali can accommodate. Parvati Valley is a beautiful landscape letting us cross the relishing greenery in Kullu and then taking us to the romantic Spiti Valley.

The Pin Parvati Pass is the major point of interest on Pin Parvati trek and it is always prepared to offer the most thrilling experience to each trekker. Risk and difficulty are common on Pin Parvati treks and the lengthy crossing fields between the surroundings and of course the heavy snowfall give the trek an adventurous notion every time.

You will not be disappointed at all if you take this Pin Parvati trekking package because you are going to be elevated to the state of bliss with the incomparable sceneries and views of stunning landscapes of Spiti Valley. A mixture of steep slopes, gradual climbs, barren mountains, snow-clad peaks and rugged passes, this 100km trek needs high trekking skills and can be completed in a course of 11 days. Also, as the Pin Parvati Pass trek takes you through some of the highest peaks, getting acclimatised to the environs also become a major requirement for successful completion of the trek.

Quick Facts About Pin Parvati Trek
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Temperature: Day: 16°C to 20°C and Night: 0°C to 4°C

Trekking Distance:  110 km

Maximum Altitude:  17,457 ft

Pin Parvati Trek Difficulty Level: Difficult

Airport: Bhuntar, 52 km away from Manali

ATM: Kaza has the last ATM point before your trek begins.

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"One of the cheapest and best sightseeing around the internet, perfect guide cum driver who knows all the ways and points , well guides with all the tradition over there , on time pickup and will take you for lunch however your budget is, almost covered all the places in Manali, thank you for such a wonderful trip."
Karthik Karthik Hampta Pass Trekking 2020
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"The Hampta Pass Trek is a Total bliss. You get high with the mountains..the scenic views; the hot Maggie's and definitely with Snow. But also it's a moderate level; as I was a bit towards the heavier body persons,there were very little difficulties..otherwise it's the best one could ever do; to embrace Life."
18 September 2014
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Morang La is an amazing point, which is also the highest peak almost 5300 ft, From there we trekked downwards and it was so exciting. We also encountered those nomadic groups there.A completely out of the box experience!!!
24 December 2019
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Thanks to Thrillophilia for providing such an amazing and thrilling package in Manali. It was really an awesome experience. The camps and amenities were fantastic. My friends and I enjoyed trekking with our guide Chetan bhaiya. He is very caring and nice guy. Our evening was well spent around a mesmerising bonfire and DJ music. It was like a treat for everyone. Food served was good. The splendour view of mountains covered with snow and enchanting waterfall rejuvenates yourselves like anything. Infact, river rafting was a chilling experience in the cold!! I would recommend others to try such wonderful camping and spend their time in the lap of nature away from busy and chaotic routine life. It is really worth enjoying!
24 October 2018
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Hampta Pass was my first multiple day trek and I had an amazing experience overall. The base points like Chika, Jwara, Balu ka Ghera are all placed very well from each other and serve as a perfect checkpoints for the overall trek. Our trek started on 14th Oct and due to snowfall our group could not complete the trek and we had to come back from somewhere near Blau ka Jheel. So my advice would be to plan this trek before September end otherwise it gets too cold and you can't even compete the trek. But apart from this, the Hampta Pass Trek is thoroughly enjoyable with scenes that feel straight out of some fairytale or wallpapers. As for beginners, this trek is easy-to-moderate with only very few tough patches. Happy Trekking!
14 January 2021
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Amazing experience. More like an adventure. Mr Tashi and Mr Ashish are the best men to guide you. Worth it
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We had such a wonderful trip at Hampta Valley Snow Trek. Our guide up the trek was so patient with us. The meals provided were delicious and the views were unreal! Again, on the way day he went slow and always helped out, Would definitely recommend this tour We ran into two different groups who lost their tour group on the trek, so we were very thankful to have Thrillophilia who helped us a lot in booking and booking was also so easy it hardly took few minutes to do. Must visit.
05 January 2021
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This trek was unbelievable experience. From the lush green valleys to the snow clad mountains, it truly felt like heaven on Earth. The food everywhere was amazing, so where the people. We travelled in December, hence there were a few hiccups, like water freezing in pipes, which was another adventure for us. The trek is just above moderate, not too long, but the elevation and the roads might be difficult for beginners. We were a group of 6, and all of us were able to complete the trek with minor difficulties. The experience was beautiful. We'll definitely recommend Thrillophilia to everyone.
25 December 2020
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Camps are very good and the food is awesome, everyone is so humble. The camps are great and there is enough space to party around.
21 December 2020
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Good things never come easy, it was true in my case. To jump off the mountain you need to climb up to the spot first. So from the meeting point, you are taken to the jump zone. I was too excited and at the same time a bit nervous. But it happened quite good & I felt really good It was a lifetime experience and a tick on my bucket list. Would love to try it yet again! So was river rafting.. for a 9km stretch.. it was fun with all the water splashes.

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  1. Which are the best treks in Manali in August?

    Beas Kund Trek: Starting from Solang Nallah, a paragliding and skiing hotspot, this moderately tough trek ends at the serene Beas Kund Lake. Trekking in Manali in August amidst the majestic Himalayas will take your breath away as you scale the peaks on this four-day hike.

    Bhrigu Lake Trek: Trekking in Manali in August does not get more thrilling than the hike to this high-altitude lake. It changes colours throughout the day. Even beginners can try this four-day expedition through oak and cedar forests along the Seven Sister Peaks, Deo Tibba, and Hanuman Tibba.

    Hampta Pass Trek: This moderately easy trekking in Manali in August to the corridor between Lahaul's Chandra Valley and Kullu lasts five days. The contrasting landscapes, grasslands with blooming flowers of Kullu at one side and the arid Lahaul on the other, makes the trail dramatic.

    Pin Parvati Trek: Experienced trekkers seeking the real challenge of trekking in Manali in August love this trail. Pass via Rudranath, Khirganga, and Mantalai Lake with the gurgling Parvati River alongside. The evergreen forests and craggy snow-clad peaks regale your senses.

  2. Which are the best two-day treks in Manali?

    Lamadugh Trek: Pass through the picturesque meadows surrounded by Indrasan, Deo Tibba and the peaks of Bara Shigri glacier. Climb through thick pine and deodar forests to reach the high-altitude alpine meadow dotted with vibrantly coloured flowers. You will cherish the experience forever.

    Prashar Lake Trek: Connect with nature and experience camping by a mountain lake at the end of this short but enthralling trek. The crystal clear lake and the charm of Kullu Valley make this 24-km long trek worth experiencing.

    Tosh Valley Trek: One of the easiest treks in Manali, the Tosh village at the fringes of the famous Parvati Valley is an ideal weekend getaway. The pleasant weather, short 6 km hike, and overnight camp stay make it a fun experience.

    Kheerganga Trek: Even beginners try this 24 km trek passing through the quaint hamlet of Rudra Nag. Try the local food, pay homage at Rudra Nag temple, and enjoy Parvati Kund's natural hot water springs in the picture-postcard-like Kheerganga Village.

  3. Which are the difficult treks in Manali?

    Friendship Peak Tre: The trek takes you through the mesmeric Solang Valley, Dundhi, and Lady Leg. For acclimatization purposes, the hike progresses in slow stages over six days. You will cross moraine patches and view the bhoj patra trees, the barks of which were used for writing.

    Kanamo Peak Trek: Dive into the heart of mesmeric Spiti Valley with this seven-day trek. Kanamo's sheer height of 6000 metres (19600 ft) makes acclimatization essential. But this fascinating trek through the stark beauty of the mountain desert will leave you spellbound.

    Bara Bhangal Trek: This trek is limited to skilled trekkers experienced in hiking at 4o – 18oC temperatures. The challenging route takes you through the flowering alpine forests and mesmerizing views of Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal Ranges. You can get also acquainted with the remote mountain-village culture.

    Chandratal Baralacha Trek: This eight-day trekking expedition lets you explore the scenic beauty of Rohtang Pass, Kunzum range, and ChandraTal Lake. After a steep hike to Tokpo Yogma, you can view the glaciers sparkling in the sun. Then you experience using ropes to cross the streams to Tokpo Gongma.

  4. Is August a good month to visit Manali?

    Monsoon sets in by July and the number of tourists visiting Manali drop in August. Hence, the hotel prices fall, and you can get accommodations at low costs. You can enjoy summer camping, trekking, paragliding, river rafting, and more. Also, the beauty of the mountains covered in lush green vegetation washed by the rains, with new foliage breaking in, is beyond compare.
  5. Is there any snow in Manali in August?

    You can expect snowfall in Manali between November and March. The snow usually melts by June, leaving no snow in Manali in August. However, Rohtang Pass is open to tourists in August. You can enjoy frozen snow as well as skiing and snow biking.
  6. Is there rainfall in Manali in August?

    July to mid-September marks the monsoon season in Manali. August is the month that often sees the heaviest rainfall.

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