Himachal in the north is dotted with alpine trees, and cutting through them are daunting trails that epitomize a mountain’s true charm. Decorated with stunning vistas and daunting treks, Manali is an adventurer’s muse. Round the year, adventurers take to Manali for trekking where they are awaited by the sprawling campsites, adventures, and infinite outdoor activities. Manali has several Hiking places.
Most of the Manali treks and beyond this region are once-in-a-lifetime experiences. These treks are also popular as winter treks in India wherein the narrow mountain trails make it a thrilling experience for adventurers. The Jogani waterfall trail is a walk through small villages and beautiful valleys, setting of the whole thing is so serene and peaceful that one wants to live in that bubble rather than get out of such a Xanadu. The short trek stretching over 3 km makes for one of the top Manali trekking places. The most famous hiking place in Manali is Bhrigu Lake.
This trek lies in Himachal Pradesh, near Manali, and can be accessed from Vashisht village in the Dhauladhar ranges of the middle Himalayas. It is known for its grasslands. From these grassy knolls, you will see the mountains of Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar dominating the skyline. The meadows here are lush green, you will spot wildflowers everywhere.