kheerganga trek
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Kasol located in the valley of Parvati is an popular tourist heaven located in Himachal Pradesh. The area is frequented by nature enthusiasts and tourists from all across the globe. It’s not surprising that a large number chose to stay.

The most famous trekking route in Parvati Valley can be described as the Kheerganga trekking. They’re committed to the beauty of Kasol.. The large number of Israeli settler shows the significance of Kasol for foreigners as well as Indians alike. It is a paradise. Even though there was an increase in the number of camps for commercial purposes operating in Kheerganga in response to an order from a court, the popularity hasn’t been diminished.


Tosh village Manikaran hot springs Kheerganga, Parvata river, nearly everything and everything is filled with peace.

On the treks that start from Kasol it is possible to observe the wild nature blossoming throughout the valley. Kasol as well as the nearby villages such as Tosh as well as Malana are areas that are populated by people who respect towards nature. Nature isn’t harmed by the human race here and they live together. Many waterfalls hot spring lakes mountains that are snow-capped all around, and lush green forests create Kasol and Parvati Valleys an ideal getaway, especially for those who love adventures. You’ll soon see how nature can be enjoyed by recognizing the beauty of nature in its authentic condition.

How do I get to Kasol or Bhuntar?


  • There isn’t a train or bus service that is direct to Kasol from Delhi or Chandigrah.
  • 31 km away from Kasol located at 31 km is Bhuntar Airport near Kullu, which is the closest airport connecting Kasol with the rest of the world.
  • Buses going to Kullu/Manali take the Delhi Kullu/Manali buses following Delhi Chandigarh and then the Mandi and Bhunter route. You’ll need to get there in Bhuntar. Bhuntar is one of the towns five kilometers from Kullu which is where the road veers off towards Kasol in the direction of Kasol and Barshaini beyond.Kasol city is reached via regular bus services starting from Bhuntar. Buses are run by private and public owners.
  • You can reserve them conveniently on the internet. In contrast to other bus lines of state, HRTC buses are the most punctual.
  • Be aware the fact that Bhuntar towards Kasol buses might not be operating at irregular times in the morning. Request your bus driver/conductor drop you off at the Bhuntar bus station just a few kilometers prior to Kullu.
  • Pathankot is the closest station of a broad gauge railway that is accessible.
  • The trek begins at Barshaini the final motorpoint located in the Parvati valley, located 16 kilometers from Kasol. Trek operators offer transportation between Kasol through Barshaini. Barshaini is the last major road along this route.

Food and accommodation are available during Kheerganga Trek

In Kasol there is streets lined with restaurants that serve international cuisines, but the majority of them are Israeli. The increasing number of tourists who come from Israel is the primary reason for the rise in increasing popularity of Israeli food. It is also possible to find German and Chinese eateries. Don’t be afraid to have breakfast in Israel or the lunch in Germany as well as dinner in China! You will never regret it.

Don’t forget to put on your jacket, slip on your trekking boots and grab your trekking pole, and start your trek through the valley where God himself is unable to leave.

Best time for Kheerganga Trek

One of the reasons one of the reasons why Kasol or Kheerganga Trek is so popular is the fact that it is accessible all year round. With the exception of a few weeks in the winter months when it is at its peak, Kheerganga is accessible most of the time. When monsoons are in the area it is when the Kheerganga hike can be difficult. It is nevertheless accessible for hikers who are experienced. The ideal time to hike is between April and November with the most ideal months being April/May , and September/October.

Trekking routes leading to Kheerganga

Barshaini is a tiny village with a taxi stand as well as a couple of basic lodging alternatives and Dhabas. The road that is barely motorable diverges from the town to Tosh located only 2 km from Barshaini. The hydroelectric project is currently under development, and has impacted aesthetics of the area. We hope that this beauty can be repaired once it is in and operating and the reservoir has been built.


1.) From the bridge in Barshaini turn right and then go to Kalga village. This trail through thick forests is a little longer however it is a relatively easy hike and is ideal for novices as well as casual hikers.


2.) The second route goes through Nakthan village and requires you to leave at Barshaini bridge. It is a less crowded and more picturesque route however it is some sections are quite steep which makes it difficult.


The Kheerganga trek is easy, but is not recommended for people who suffer from heart conditions. If you begin your journey from Barshani around noon, you’ll reach Kheerganga around sunset, from where you’ll camp for the night.




Kheerganga isn’t a village, however, it is possible to find short-term stays and campsites. Because there isn’t electricity, some lodges provide the use of tandoors inside dining tents to keep warm. It is difficult to travel and there’s no electricity. Camping sites and other facilities operate by generators, which means that dining out and staying in good condition isn’t cheap. Be sure to book your trip with a seasoned guide to ensure you get the best service during your stay. In accordance with an earlier court decision commercial structures that are used that are designed for permanent camping are prohibited in this area. In the meantime, Rudra Nag, which is located just just a few kilometres from Kheerganga serves as a camp for night time.


There are numerous cafes and tea establishments in Kheerganga and, of course, the natural hot Parvati Kund spring.


The final bus that connects Barshaini to Bhuntar departs between 14:00 and 16:00. You can get the exact timing at the stand for taxis, or in the Dhaba.