Why This Trek?

Manali trek is a wonderful way of experiencing a day off from regular vacations, at 10,500 Feet it offers trekkers an opportunity of enjoying the nature without straining themselves too much. The trek offers views of Hampta Region, Dhauladhar Ranges and Kullu Valley below.

  • DIFFICULTY : Easy.

  • MAX AlLTITUDE : 11200 ft.

  •  BASE CAMP : Manali

  • DURATION : 2 Days .

  • BEST SEASON : May – September .


Rs. 3,500

Trek Cost: Rs 3500 + 9% Service Tax

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Manali trek is a wonderful way of experiencing a day off from regular vacations, at 10,500 Feet it offers trekkers an opportunity of enjoying the nature without straining themselves too much. The trek offers views of Hampta Region, Dhauladhar Ranges and Kullu Valley below.

Places Covered:  Manali – Setan – Kharmandyari


  • Accommodation in Tents during the trek
  • All Three meals while on trek (Veg Meals Only)
  • Transport Manali to Dhundhi and Back.
  • Permits
  • Certified and Experienced Trek Leaders & Guides
  • Experienced Support Staff
  • First Aid and Medical Kit


  • Any Deviation or Change in Itinerary due to unforeseen circumstances
  • Personal Gear like Trekking poles, Gloves, Jackets, Shoes, Etc.

Here's a short itinerary of Manali Trek:

Day 1: Manali – Setan – Kharmandyari.
Day 2: Kharmandyari – Manali.

Detailed trek itinerary

Day 1: Manali – Setan – Kharmandyari.

Arrival in Manali at 9 Am near the SBI ATM Next to the Govt. ISBT on The Mall Road Manali. We take our transport and drive towards the trek starting point at Setan, a small village in Hampta Region of Manali. From here we trek for 5 Km to reach Kharmandyari Camp site, nestled in the meadows by a small lake it’s a wonderful camp site offering views of Hampta Region, Kullu Valley and Dhauladhar Ranges including Kalihani Pass Region and Hanuman Tibba Peak. Overnight in Kharmandyari Camp Site.

Day 2: Kharmandyari – Manali.

After an easy breakfast we head back to Setan Village which is hardly 3 hours away while descending. Upon reaching Setan our Vehicles will be waiting to take us back to Manali, we drive back and Reach Manali By afternoon, the trip ends.

Fitness requirements for Manali Trek:

Basic fitness is a must for all trekkers (First timers as well as experienced) the effects of High Altitude can be experienced from 7000 Feet above sea level. As we gain altitude the atmosphere thins and availability of Oxygen in the air drops.  However a gradual ascent along with proper precautions makes it easier for human body to acclimatize to High Altitude.

ManaliTrek is at an approximate height of 10,500 Feet AMSL  it is an easy trek and is suitable for first time trekkers.

 Experience: Suitable for first time trekkers.

Fitness required for Manali Trek: The trail is more or less laid out path, with few steep ascents and descents , with availability of water all along the trail. But not to face last minute upsets we advise to keep certain things in mind. We plan our itineraries in a way that our trekkers will have to walk 8 to 9 Kms and approximately 6 to 8 Hours a day. Which means approximately 1.5 Kms in an hour. However given the terrain and the altitude its considered to be equivalent of 3 Km in 1 hours in Plains.

If you can run or cover 3 Km in 1 Hour you are fairly fit for the trek, however we have a 3 week schedule that can be followed to prepare your body for the trek:

Training Schedule:

Stretch your arms and legs following some basic stretching exercises before your training every day.

A Month before The Trek: The curriculum should follow a 10 Minute Brisk walk, 10 Minutes Jog and 10 Minutes Brisk walk to end the session. Follow this for a week

3 Weeks before the Trek: We go one notch up and start 5 Minutes Brisk walk, 15 to 20 Minutes of Jog and Minutes of easy walk to end the session. Follow this for one week.

2 Weeks before the Trek: Repeat the schedule followed in the previous week

1 Week before the Trek: Brisk Walk for 5 Minutes and 25 Minutes of Jog, after the Jog cool down your body. Follow this regime till the beginning of the trek.

List of Things to Carry for the Trek:

Backpack (Min 55 Ltrs)
Trekking Shoes
2 Pairs of Quick Dry Tees and Track Pants
3 Pair of Socks
One Heavy Jacket
Floaters or Sandals
Full Sleeve Sweater or Fleece Jacket
Sun Cap
One Scarf
Lip Balm
Headlamp or torch with fresh pair of batteries
Personal Toilet Kit and toilet paper
Light towel
Cold Cream & Sun Screen (SPF 40+)
Trekking Pole
Water Bottle 1 Lt
Personal Medicine Kit
Dark Sunglasses
Poncho, Rain Coat or Umbrella any one is must
CAMERA with huge memory card and fully charged with extra batteries !


What is Manali Trek?

Manali Trek is a 1 Night 2 Day camping trek which takes you away from the hustle and bustle of Manali town. The trek starts from the village Setan and takes you to an altitude of 10500 Feet. Offers splendid views of Dhauladhars, Hampta Region and Kullu Valley below.

When is the best time to go for the Manali Trek?

Months of May, June pre monsoon & September, October till late November Post Monsoon are the best time to do Manali Trek.

How difficult is the Manali Trek?

Good physical fitness is must for all treks and so it is for this trek, doing regular walks and jogging for 25 Minutes every day is recommended, please check the fitness section for more information on the same, Kheerganga is considered to be a High Altitude and an easy trek.

What are the temperatures during the Manali Trek?

The day time temperatures are pleasant and can be upto 20 Degrees however in mornings and evenings single digit temperatures can be expected and it might drop below zero in the nights.

How much we have to Trek Each day?

The itineraries are designed in a way that we cover 13 Kms in a day and walk for about 6 to 7 Hours is the average time taken by a trekker to cover this distance, enabling us to reach the camp site by lunch time.

What Medicines should I carry for the trek?


Digene – 10 tablets
Crocin – 5 tablets
Avil 25mg – 4 tablets
Disprin – 10 tablets
Norflox – 10 tablets
Diamox – 10 tablets

Avomine – 4 tablets
Combiflam – 5 tablets
Below is a list of basic medicines you should carry for a high altitude trek.
Cotton – 1 small roll
Band aid – 10 stripsGauze cloth – 1 small role
Betadine cream
Leukoplast – 1 small roll
Crepe bandage – 3 to 5 meters
Moov spray

ORS – 5 packets

Is Diamox advisable?

Diamox is a medicine which is helps in acclimatization, but it also has certain side effects not recommended to people allergic to Sulpha Class of medicines, we advise otherwise and instruct all trekkers to consult a physician before taking any such medicine.

Who will lead and who all will go with us?

All our treks are accompanied by certified and experienced Trek leaders, following the principal of sustainable tourism we source our local teams from neighbouring villages who also are familiar with the region, along with the trek leader our support staff consists of Cooks, Helpers, Mules and Local Guides, the size of the team depends on the group size.

How Big are the trekking groups?

Our Group size seldom crosses 15 Pax, we ensure that we keep the group sizes below the said number as it’s the best way to enjoy the trek and have better team bonding among the trekkers.

What is the minimum number of trekkers required for Fixed Departures?

If you have booked on a date of one of our fixed departure. We ensure that the trek goes on even if there is only one person who has booked a trek. Our fixed departures are our promise to our customers and taking a loss in fulfilling the same is something  we are willing to bare to ensure customer satisfaction.

I am the Only Girl on the trek, is it Safe?

Mountains are safer in these terms compared to Plains, people are always helpful and respectful. However we try and maintain a ratio of 2:1 on all treks and its ensured solo female trekkers either share tents with other solo female trekkers or are provided a separate tent.

What things we need to carry for the trek?

Kindly refer to things to carry section for more information.

Can I offload my backpack on a mule/porter. What are the charges for the same?

We recommend to carry what is needed while on the trek and leave excess stuff behind, in case you want to offload your bags we provide that option to all trekkers, the charges for the same are Rs 250/- Per Bag Per Day with a weight limit of 9 Kgs or Less.

Which type of Shoes should I Buy?

Good trekking shoes are recommended for all treks, read more at “How to Buy Trekking Shoes”

How Many Trekkers will be in One Tent?

Tents provided are 3+1 which comfortably accommodates 2-3 trekkers.

What level of fitness is expected from the trekkers?

This trek can be done by the first time trekkers who want to familiarize themselves with High Altitude treks. However ManaliTrek will need basic fitness level both physically and mentally.  However to achieve the recommended level of fitness please refer to our article “How to Prepare for a High Altitude Trek”.

What is there in food menu during the trek?

Vegetarian meals are provided all three times during the trek, Vegetarian food is recommended as it is easy to digest vegetarian food in high altitudes, we provide Breakfast, Lunch, Evening Snacks and Dinner.

Is Water of Trek Safe?

The water found in Himalayan streams is generally safe to drink, and you have plenty of them when you are trekking Himalayas, your trek leaders/local guides know where to fill your water bottles, in case you are still unsure about drinking the water we recommend you carry your own purifying pills.

Can we change the itinerary?

Our operations/treks take us to remote regions with more or less zero connectivity and extreme conditions, right next to harshest elements that nature can throw at us. There are possibilities of unforeseen circumstances which may forces us to change the itinerary. In such cases your trek leader will inform you about the change in plan and best available options similar to existing itinerary. In these events Renok Adventures LLP reserves right to change the itinerary which can be due to various different factors.  Any additional cost which is incurred due to these changes will be borne by the trekkers and the same will be communicated to the trekkers before hand.

What Type of Vehicles are used for Transportation?

Depending on the group size the transport vehicles are determined and can be anything from a Sumo, Xylo or similar vehicles and in certain case tempo travellers.

What do we do if we encounter a medical emergency?

We have certified and experienced trek leaders who have loads of experience in dealing with illness at high altitude. Our teams are experienced in handling such situations. However we carry a basic medical kit along with oxygen cylinders with us for situations of emergency and our first objective is to rescue the trekker to the road head and the cost for the same is to be incurred by the trekker. In addition to this it’s a trekkers responsibility to get our medical fitness certificate filled and duly attested by a certified physician indicating that you are medically fit for the trek.

Can you customize Manali Trek?

Yes you have an option of always customizing the trek, the cost for the same is decided as per the number of pax in your personal group, trek style and region where the trek will be conducted.

What if the trek is cancelled last minute due to ‘force majeure’?

In such events we provide you an alternate trek option of similar value depending upon weather conditions if the trek is cancelled due to ‘force majeure’. As all our arrangements are prepaid and pre planned.  In case of non-completion of trek for any reason whatsoever, there will be no refund for any unutilized services.

What is your Cancellation Policy
Up to 24 Days :- 95% of Trek/Tour cost will be refunded.
Between 14-24 Day :- 70% of Trek/Tour cost will be refunded.
Between 14-08 Days :- 50% of Trek/Tour cost will be refunded.
Less than 7 Days :- No refund

What is your Rescheduling Policy ?
We will reschedule your trek without any extra charge if this is conveyed to us in writing ateast 1 month before the trek starting date.
Between 07-24 Days before start of the trek :- 30% of Trek/Tour cost will be charged for rescheduling.
Less than 7 days:- 100% of Trek/Tour cost will be charged for rescheduling.

Getting There for Manali Trek:

The trek starts from famous tourist town of Manali below are the details:


The base or starting point for Bhrigu Lake Trek is Manali, we keep an easily reachable land mark as the assembly point for the trekkers which in this case if SBI ATM Next to Govt. ISBT The Mall Manali. Assembly time is 9:00 Am  and the entire drive to trek starting point is around 1 Hour

How to reach Manali (Bus)

Manali being a famous tourist town has regular Volvo/Deluxe Bus service plying from Delhi, these buses leave from Cashemere Gate ISBT in New Delhi and are operated by both Govt. and Private Operators, the journey is around 12 to 14 Hours.

How to reach Manali (Air)

Bhuntar is the nearest airport to Manali, which is connected by air from Delhi. Please check the availability of the same with online Air Ticket Selling Companies like Make My Trip, Go Ibibo etc.








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Here’s a short itinerary of Manali Trek:

Day 1: Manali – Setan – Kharmandyari.
Day 2: Kharmandyari – Manali.


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