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Story by Balagovind Mehra

 Rated : 5.0


I was looking for some adventurous trek in Himalayas and not very difficult when I came across this package in HeyHimalayas. I connected with the guy Rohit and he helped me through the booking process. We had a memorable experience while staying in the tents during night. A big thanks to our guide and the cook who accompanied us for the trek. What an amazing fooding we had during our stay. As for the trek its a descent trek which gives you an opportunity to see some beautiful meadows and some high peaks like hanuman tibba, ladakhi, zero peak, Rocky’s challenge, friendship peak. The trek was a bit challenging one as we were trekking in Himalayas for first time but really beautiful. The route is full of stones, grass, mountains, boulders and needs some fitness to reach. The jeep ride to Naggar was another best part of the trek. The tents provided during the trek was really awesome, they were spacious and can accommodate around 4 people together. Camping with our new friends was really great, we made a small bonfire there.There are few things that I would like to mention:• Do not throw away your waste things here.• Carry water bottles with you for your trek and also energy bars.• Wear proper trekking shoes for the trek.• And chose a good trekking company as they will arrange everything well. We went through heyhimalayas and they have done an awesome job.

Story by Kartik Reddy

 Rated : 4.0


It was on October 2016 when this Beas Kund trek happened. One of the most memorable trips I had. It was such an organized trip. The trek was from moderate to difficult. We reached Manali from Delhi by bus. Our trek started from Gulaba which was quite a beautiful place. The day was bright when we started the trek. Trekking to Panduropa via Bhrigu Lake was such an amazing one. Another best part of the trek was the hot water bath at Vashishth. Most of the days our trekking was uphill and downhill. Be careful when you walk on the rocks as it could be very steep at times. The jeep ride from Naggar for Solang Ropeway Point was another best thing of the trek. Accommodation during the trek was really good, the only thing that I didn’t like about the trek was the toilet facilities. Food was average. Overall nice experience.