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Beas Kund

Beas Kund is one of the famous place in Manali, well known for trekking.
3) Beas Kund- Walking along the banks of River Beas for 8 km on a level ground while passing through the thick covers of oak, fir and walnuts are beautiful. The route ultimately leads to Dhundhi that lets you witness the mighty Hanuman Tibba.
Near to Rohtang Pass lies the Beas Kund, an igloo shaped temple from where the pristine River Beas originates. Rohtang is a perfect place for everyone be it a photography & nature lover or adventure enthusiast.Offbeat Manali & Local Sightseeing
Sreshti Verma
Best time to visit: May to OctoberHow to reach: Take an overnight bus to Manali, from there take a local bus or taxi to Solang Valley. The trek starts from here and can take 8 to 9 hours depending on your speed.Trail: The trail to Beas Kund starts from Solang Valley. The first stop is 8km away and is completely paved. After Dhundi, you reach the Bakar Thach or meadow, after which Beas Kund is just 3km away. The trail is fascinating, beautiful and offers a lovely array views throughout. There are a few tricky patches and river-crossings on the route.
Shreya Gupta
Feel the grandeur of Himalayan Trekking, Beaskund, ManaliAfter exploring a foreign land, time to be home but my travel journey didn't stop there. I still had lots more to explore in my own country having vast geography and culture. The next I planned a rare trekking trip to Pious Beas Kund. Walked down on Himalayas finding peace and content. I accompanied a group of trained trekkers and started journey from Solang Valley to Beas kund, a three days trek summit. By bringing myself over the edge and back, I discovered a passion to live my days fully, a conviction that will sustain me like sweet water on the periodically barren plain of our short lives.
Maria Habib
A few kilometers ahead of Marhi,at 12,000 ft we found “Beas Kund”, a small spring of water which is considered as the glacial origin of River Beas . The spring, secured inside an “Igloo” shaped temple has great religious significance among the locals. The air was ice-cold and staying at this spot for more photographs was certainly not a sane idea.