Read this guide when visiting the Kheerganga Trek

Siddharth Khandelwal
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Read this guide when visiting the Kheerganga Trek

Kheerganga Trek
This Kheerganga trip takes you on a journey to discover the Parvati Valley, one of its many mysteries. The views of the trip were very encouraging, slowing down the exposure of the depths of the area. The main tour allows you to explore the beauty and uniqueness of the region.

If you want to take a trip deep into the Himalayas of Himachal Pradesh, then take a trip to Kheerganga, which makes perfect sense for a trip. So this trip is one of the most recommended routes while traveling in the Parvati Valley.

  • Kheerganga Myths
  • Parvati and Catechism
  • The story of Kalyug
  • Gurunanak visits Kheerganga

How to access it:

  • Available in all modes of travel,
  • In the spirit
  • By Train
  • On the road
  • By BusTaxi

Cheerganga:

  • After arriving in Kasol.
  • Day 1:
  • Take a trip to Barshaini and start your Kheerganga Trekking

Routes, to choose from with your Kheerganga Trek. Known as an important place for both Hindus and Sikhs, the Kheerganga has a rich history.

Parvati and Kartikeya:
Kartikeya is the son of Shivji and Parvati, who chose Kheerganga for his meditation and prayer. One time her parents decided to visit her, at which point Parvati wanted to cook for her. Parvati Cooked rice pudding (Kheer) in that water itself. Therefore, the gray color and color of the river milkfish are said to be for this reason.

Kalyug's story:
In Satyug, Kheer did not see any place when Shivji and Parvati visited the area. In this mighty Himalayas as seen in the valley of Parvati.

Gurunanak visits Kheerganga:
While in Udasi, Gugu Nanak Singh came to Kheerganga to visit strong people. At the time Bhai Mardana was hungry but no food was available there. Also, there was no fire nearby to cook chapatis. So he asked Mardana to remove the large stone, after baking the Rotis and back to the top, as they were completely baked.

Highlights of the Journey:

  • Maximum length - 2690 Mts
  • Best Time to Visit - During April to October
  • Travel rate - Easy
  • Time - two days
  • Combined Distance - 12 km
  • Budget required - INR 1,500

How can you reach it?
The start of the trek to Kheerganga will be Barshaini, easily connected by Kasol.

On the air:
There is an airport near Kasol, which is Kullu Manali Airport in Bhuntar. Flights to Bhuntar were separated from the crowd, which is why taxis and buses were available at any time.

By train:
The nearest railway station on this trip is the Joginder Nagar train station. You can call a cab from here and you can reach Kasol in 4 hours.

By road:
The easiest way to reach Pavati Valley would be by road. The total time from Delhi to Kasol is about 12 hours, it takes about 565 Kms.

The most popular route,

Nathan Route - This is the most popular and fastest route. This way you can get to Kheerganga in 4 hours, so this is considered the most popular route.

Kalga Route - where you start directly from the Barshaini Bridge and your journey begins up the Kalga. This route is a combination of a major route during a trip.

Tosh Route - Another alternative that will meet later on the Nathan Route.

On this trip, Nathan is a central location close to all three routes that can join. It has a very beautiful waterfall, where you can fill your water bottles.

Cheek Trek:
It takes, about 30 minutes after Rudranag, to get to the bridge. After reaching half of it you will reach Dhaba, located near an explosive waterfall, called Shalom Waterfall Cafe.

Travel tips:

  • Start your departure early in the morning.
  • There is a valley, beautiful and full of life, it would be a great thing to rest those legs.
  • Wear comfortable walking shoes for comfort.
  • Pack clothes that fit all weather conditions.
  • There were no ATMs, so take money to pay for food and accommodation on the Kheerganga trek.
  • There will be no internet connection available.
  • Food stalls were available there, so there was no need to pack food with you.
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