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Bijli Mahadev Temple

Trek To Bijli Mahadev

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Trek To Bijli Mahadev
Trek To Bijli Mahadev

Time & Location

29 Aug 2020, 11:00 am – 02 Sept 2020, 3:00 pm

Bijli Mahadev Temple, Bijli Mahadev Road, Kashawri, Himachal Pradesh 175138, India

About The Event

Trek to the electric hills of Bijli Mahadev

Located on top of Mathan hills, is the legendary Bijli Mahadev temple. A 15 km approach by foot from Kullu town to the top of this hill is an experience in itself. There is a 12 km long motorable road that trekkers can take; but the real charm of the trek lies in the interior of Kais Wildlife Sanctuary, if you take the trail from Bijli Mahadev to Naggar.

The sylvan surroundings of the quiet valley are mesmerizing, with a wide array of deodar and pine forests. This is complimented by the beautiful apple, pomegranate and pear orchards of Jana Village. The trek becomes more interesting with overnight camping inside a forested ridge at Matikochar. As you exit the valley and reach Naggar, you’ll learn that it’s a wonderfully satisfying weekend trek.

* Day Wise schedule:

# Day 1: Reporting at base camp

Trexpert Team will Recieve You at Manali Bus Stand Near Mall Road Kullu Manali National Highway. With a panoramic view of surrounding mountains.Regular bus services are available for Kullu from Delhi,Chandigarh & Punjab. The nearest Railway Stations are Ambala & Chandigarh & the nearest Airport is Bhuntar.

Orientation, acclimatization and Training

The participants will be briefed about the trek route, important do’s and don’ts, brief description about the acute mountain sickness and will go for an acclimatization walk.

:- Acclimatization Level 2, Medical and Kit Inspection:

Trekkers will be taken to acclimatization walk on high altitude followed by medical and Kit Inspection.

Day 2 : Kullu – Chansari – Matikochar

Altitude: 7,677 ft

Distance: 12 km keep drive, 8 km trek

Time taken: 6-7 hours

The trek can be started from Kullu or Naggar town. One can take an overnight bus from Delhi to reach Kullu, which takes 12 hours. Local buses and shared Jeeps can be taken from Kullu bus stand till Chansari Village, which is 12 km ahead. From Chansari, there is a 3-km-long well-defined trail maintained by Forest department till Bijli Mahadev.

The trek is a steep ascent of over 2,500 feet via forest trails that pass a couple of villages. After over 45 minutes of hiking, the villages and apple orchards are left behind and one can see the beginning of grasslands and catch a partial glimpse of the temple top. Another climb of 300 feet and one enters the meadows of Bijli Mahadev.

The trek to the top of the hill can be completed in about 2-3 hours. From the hill top, one gets great view of Kullu valley and the confluence of Beas and Parvati rivers. The views of Dhauladhar and Pir Pinjal ranges are also impressive.

In summer and monsoon season, the whole region is bustling with greenery. In the winter months, the hill-top receives heavy snow-fall.

One can choose to explore the area and head back to Kullu or trek ahead to Naggar. The trek from here to Naggar is another 18 kilometres. There is a dirt trail maintained by the forest department, but is in bad shape. But the dense forest of Kais Wildlife reserve makes for a riveting trek.

The trek from Bijli Mahadev to the camp site at Matikochar is a level walk over forested ridge. It stretches 5 kilometres. It takes another 3-4 hours to reach Matikochar. There is a Forest Guest house at this camping spot as well. One gets a great view of Kullu Valley below from the camp site.

Day 3 : Matikochar – Jana Village – Naggar

Altitude: 7,677 ft – 6,990 ft – 6,713 ft

Distance: 13 km

Time taken: 7-8 hours

Today is going to be a long day. The trek starts with a gradual descent to the beautiful Jana Waterfalls, which is nice camping spot as well. Generally, it takes 3 to 4 hours reach here. This is a suitable spot to break for lunch and to drink water.

Jana Village is another 2o minutes away from here. The whole area is considered the fruit belt of Kullu. In harvesting season, expect the whole valley laden with apples, pomegranate and pears. The villages here have distinct Kullu wooden architecture. The trails from here are shepherd trails going down to Nashala village. From here, one can pre-arrange a Jeep pick-up or choose to trek all the way to famous Naggar castle.

Day 4 : Back to Manali

Terms & condition :

1. Extensive and painstaking preparations have gone into the planning of trekking routed for your safety. Our field staff and experienced camp leaders have been visiting the area to check all details. While every care has been taken to ensure safety, the Trexpert cannot be held responsible for any accident, illness and such other unforeseen eventualities.

2.Trexpert is not responsible for any loss/damage of your gears/equipment or other belongings on the trek.

3. Drinking and smoking during the trek is strictly prohibited. If found flouting the rules, your participation on the trek will be cancelled with immediate effect.

4.No refunds in the case of cancellations due to any reason as we had to make the arrangements in advance .

5.Trekkers are picked up from Manali Bus stand.Usually, trekkers are clubbed together with other participants to make a group. The pick up from Manali Bus Stand will be at 08:00 AM.

6.The trekkers had to bring their own backpack and necessary equipments.

7.If the trek is cancelled due to any unforeseen event or natural calamity then trexpert will not be held responsible and no refund will be given or claimed.

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