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  • Kheerganga Trek

    Kheerganga Trek Overview

    Kheerganga is located in the iconic Parvati Valley in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. The Kheerganga trek is perfect for beginners as it, not an arduous trek and the region is achingly beautiful with pristine views of the Parvati and Tosh Rivers, the glacier of Lahaul Spiti and lofty mountains for company.

    About the Kheerganga trek:

    There are plenty of trekking trails in this region and travellers flock here for its hot sulphur springs and relaxed vibe. The Kheerganga trek starts from Barsheni village which is where the Parvati and Tosh rivers meet. On this Kheerganga trek, you will be walking along the top of a ridge and you can expect to spend some time negotiating tricky descents, crossing a gorge, and walking beside the gushing Beas river. The trek has lots of interesting sights en route such as a Shiv Temple, Rudra Naag waterfall which is a waterfall that looks like a snake and an interesting variety of flora and fauna.

    The Kheerganga Malana trek will take you past ancient shrines, rocky outcrops and quaint tribal villages with traditional wooden homes. Kheerganga is infamous for cannabis production and on the Kheerganga Malana trek, you will be sure to see lots of marijuana fields. At night, you'll camp out in tents, amidst terraced green fields and picturesque meadows. The beauty of nature here will leave you in a stupor as you advance on your Kheerganga Malana trek.

    About Malana:

    The highlight of the Kheerganga trek for many people is the Himachali village of Malana. If you're curious about this legendary village, where the locals run their own democracy, speak a language known only to themselves (and believed to be the devil's language), and fiercely guard their culture against outsiders, this trek will give you a glimpse into their lives.

    Malana is the oldest village in the state of Himachal and is surrounded by the peaks of Chandrakhani and Deo Tibba. Apart from the cannabis-related taboo surrounding the village, there are ancient temples and structures to admire, and plenty to learn on your Kheerganga trek. The village itself lies in the midst of beautiful forests at a height of 9500 feet, so you'll have gorgeous views all along your Kheerganga trek.

    You'll get to see a lifestyle and a belief system that is different from anything you've seen before and you will cross Manikaran which lies in Punjab. Located in the Parvati Valley, Manikaran is as beautiful as it is holy and you will get a chance to swim in the Manikaran Sahib (Gurudwara) hot sulphur springs.

    Malana has fascinated travellers for years now. The locals Malanis claim descendence from Alexander the Great, and have their own system of administration and discipline, choosing to follow their village god, Jamlu, and not the Constitution of India.

    Do note that the Malana residents are friendly, but believe they are superior to outsiders. They don't like visitors touching them or their homes. The region around the Kheerganga trek to Malana is fairly remote and so the culture and environment are untouched.

    Best season for Kheerganga Malana treks:

    Kheerganga is a true spring-summer trek. The best time to visit begins in mid-April, after most of the snow has melted away, and stays right until mid-July. The late spring and summer months are beautiful on the Kheerganga trek. The skies are clear, the streams and rivers sparkle in the sunlight, and wildflowers dot the slopes. The weather is pleasant during the day, and can get chilly at night. These things come together to make this one of the best summer treks in Himachal Pradesh.

    From July onwards, the monsoons begin and rains sweep the region right until mid-September so the trek route is usually closed during this time. The Kasol Kheerganga trek route opens up again from mid-September to mid-October, with pleasant weather and thick greenery all around. During winter months, heavy snowfall may close the route again.

    Reaching Kasol:

    Kasol is a resort village which is well connected to neighbouring cities and towns. Reaching Kasol is hassle-free and you can get there either by road, rail or air.

    How to reach the Kasol Kheerganga trek by air

    The closest airport to Kasol is Kullu-Manali Airport in Manali, Himachal Pradesh. The airport is frequented by daily flights from Delhi and regular flights from other Indian cities. If you’re travelling internationally, it is best to travel from your home city to Delhi, and then to Manali. You can travel from the airport to Kasol via a hired cab or state bus.

    How to reach the Kasol Kheerganga trek by road

    Kasol is well-connected to neighbouring cities via a rich network of roads. You can easily catch a state or private bus from Delhi to Kasol or drive down yourself for an epic road trip. 

    How to reach the Kasol Kheerganga trek by train

    The nearest railway station to Kasol is the Joginder Nagar railway station that is frequented by trains from Delhi. It is connected to other cities, too, but it may be difficult to find a direct train. In that case, you can board a train to Delhi, and then continue your journey towards the Joginder Nagar railway station. You can hire a cab or state bus from the railway station to Kasol.

    If you're a beginner, you might like our list of Top Short Treks in India. Heading to Manali? Check out our list of the best adventures in Kullu.

    Kasol-Kheerganga trek routes

    The Kheerganga trek can be done via multiple routes, crossing a variety of villages and other landmarks. Picking one over the other entirely depends on how long you want your trek to be and your budget.

    The shortest route, that spans over two days, starts in Barshaini or Kasol, continues onward to Kheerganga, with a trek back to Barshaini or Kasol via the same route. This is ideal for those staying in Kasol and want to go for a quick trek nearby.

    Longer itineraries take you from Kasol to Kheerganga via the ancient town of Chalal, and back via Barshaini so you cover multiple routes in one trek. You can even choose to add a trek to Tosh, if you have an extra day on hand.

    Kheerganga trek difficulty

    The Kheerganga trek is an easy Himalayan trek and is perfect for beginners. Of course, a basic level of fitness is necessary to be able to trek for several hours each day, so make sure you include cardio and breathing exercises to your workout routine in the weeks leading up to the trek. The trek routes are all well-paved and -frequented, making it a simple trek to complete.

    Places to visit in Kasol-Kheerganga 

    The Kheerganga trek takes place in the serene Parvati Valley in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. The trek is close to a number of historic locations and ancient towns, including the Barshaini village, the confluence of the Tosh and Parvati rivers, the Rudra Nag waterfall, the Malana village (oldest one in Himachal!), the Tosh village, the bustling town of Kasol, and much more.

    How safe is Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    The Kasol Kheerganga trek is an extremely safe trek with a gradual ascent. All routes on the Kheerganga trek are well-marked and well-frequented, and there aren’t any sections that require assistance and will be fairly easy to cover. You will also be accompanied by an experienced trek guide who is equipped to assist you in case of any emergency.


  • Barshaini to Kheerganga Trek

    Barshaini to Kheerganga trek: Short itinerary

    Day 1: Trek from Barshaini to Kheerganga

    • Trekking distance: 12 km
    • Trekking time: 7 hours
    • Altitude: 9711 feet
    • Visit the natural hot water springs at Kheerganga
    • Overnight stay: Tents

    Day 2: Trek from Kheerganga to Barshaini

    • Trekking distance: 12 km
    • Trekking time: 5 hours
    • Follow the same route back to Barshaini
    • Arrive at Barshaini by late afternoon

    Barshaini to Kheerganga trek: Detailed itinerary

    Day 1: Trek from Barshaini to Kheerganga

    Arrive at Barshaini where you'll meet your trek leader and begin your trek to Kheerganga. En route, you'll come across the famous Rudra Nag, and cross the twin villages of Kalga and Pulga before arriving at the gorgeous meadows of Kheerganga. You'll also visit the natural hot water springs there.

    Day 2: Trek from Kheerganga to Barshaini

    Today, you'll begin your return trek to Barshaini. It is a descend trek and you'll reach the village by late afternoon. Your trip ends here.

    Barshaini to Kheerganga inclusions:

    • 1 night stay in dome tents on twin/triple sharing basis
    • All the camping equipment you might need: dome tents, sleeping bags, mattresses, a kitchen and dining tent, and a toilet tent.
    • Dinner on Day 1, breakfast on Day 2
    • An experienced trek leader and staff
    • All applicable taxes

    Barshaini to Kheerganga exclusions:

    • Forest entry charge of INR 50 per person
    • Transport between your home city and Barshani, the start point of this trek 
    • Lunch on both days
    • Any personal expenses for extra snacks, beverages, tips to staff, etc
    • Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, road blocks, etc.
    • Anything not mentioned in inclusions 

    3-Day Chalal Kheerganga Trek

    4-Day Tosh Kheerganga Trek

  • Best time to do Kheerganga trek

    The best time for the Kasol to Kheerganga trek is the summer season. During these months, the skies are clear, the landscape flourishing with various wildflowers, along with rivers and streams cutting through the region. The weather is also quite pleasant during the day, with a cool breeze, and the nights can get chilly, providing perfect conditions for a cozy camping experience.

    Kheerganga trek in May

    The Kheerganga trek in May is a social trekker’s paradise. You’ll meet plenty of people who have retreated to Kasol to escape the summer heat and chosen the Kheerganga trek for a quick getaway. Temperatures range between 10°C to 20°C, the visibility is spectacular (great for spotting faraway Himalayan peaks), and you’ll see the region grow green after its winter slumber. Remember to wear light clothing that can be easily layered with outerwear like jackets and fleece sweaters in case the nights get too chilly.

    Kheerganga trek in June

    June at Kheerganga is much like May, with temperatures rising higher. You’re not likely to need outer winterwear and will be good to go with your regular trekking attire. The skies are clear, and the landscape is dotted with various wildflowers. You'll also get to see various rivers and streams cutting through the region. This month, too, is a good time to go solo and make new like-minded friends or grab your group of trekking buddies and mingle with other trekkers as it’s the very peak of the season.

    Kheerganga trek in July

    Around mid-July marks the beginning of the monsoon season. The crowds start thinning out by this time, and very few people choose this trek in the monsoon. The area receives extremely heavy rainfall, and the terrain can get slippery and unsafe, especially for beginners to trekking. Come August, rains sweep the Kasol Kheerganga area in full swing, making the trek inaccessible for most.

    Kheerganga trek in September

    After a wild monsoon, the Kasol Kheerganga region is left in a dense thick of green. The crowd is comparatively lesser than the summers as the town of Kasol swings into offseason. The weather is superb, much cooler than the summers, topping at 15°C in the day. Do carry a poncho and rain covers for your bags as you may get some light showers this month.

    Weather and temperature on the Kheerganga trek 

    The peak season of the Kheerganga is in the summers, between mid-April and mid-July. The temperatures in this month peak at 20°C in the day and drop as low as 7°C at night. September is slightly chillier and pleasant after the raging monsoon season.

    Rainfall on the Kheerganga trek

    The Kheerganga region receives heavy rainfall from mid-July to mid-September, making the trek trickier as the trails get slippery. It is best to avoid the trek in these months, especially if you’re a beginner. If you trek in September, there is a chance that you’ll experience a few light showers, so make sure you carry your poncho and rain covers for your bags.

    Snowfall on the Kheerganga trek

    The Kasol Kheerganga region receives heavy snowfall from November to March. Many of the routes leading to Kheerganga are made inaccessible due to high amounts of snow. Even if you choose to trek in this season, it will be difficult to explore the surrounding spots. Visibility is also low, and it becomes harder to trek in the deep snow.

  • Kheerganga Trek - Route Map / Altitude Map

    • Check the trekking route map for the Kheerganga trek in Himachal Pradesh.

    • Check maximum and minimum altitudes for every day of the Kasol-Kheerganga trek in Himachal Pradesh.

  • Kheerganga Trek - Frequently Asked Questions

    Can beginners do the Kheerganga trek?

    Yes, the Kasol to Kheerganga trek is an easy to moderate one and is perfect for beginners. However, just like any other trek, you need to be physically fit for the trek. The trek requires you to trek for multiple hours on a single day, hence it is recommended that you start doing some form of exercise if you don't work-out already. You can start training by doing one of the following exercises: running, cardio, yoga, cycling, etc.

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  • Kheerganga Trek Reviews

  • Reaching Kasol is hassle-free as the village is connected to neighboring states through various means of transport.

    How to reach Kasol by air 

    If you're flying in from your home-city, then the closest airport to Kasol is Kullu Manali Airport. There are daily flights from Delhi to Manali and regular flights from other major cities of the country. From there, you can hail a cab or local bus to reach Kasol.

    How to reach Kasol by train

    The nearest railway station to Kasol is Joginder Nagar railway station. From there, you can either take a taxi or board a bus towards Manikaran and get down at Kosal. If you can't find a train from your home-city to Kasol, then you can take a train to Chandigarh and reach Kosal by bus or taxi from there.

    How to reach Kasol by road

    You can even take a bus from Delhi to Kasol which will cost you about INR 1000 - 1500 per seat. If you wish, you can even bring your own car as the road to Kasol is well marked and busy with many buses, cars, trucks, etc. plying the road 24/7.


    For the Kasol to Kheerganga trek, you need to wear comfortable clothes that do not restrict your movement in any way. For your head, you should wear a hat/cap along with sunglasses. For your body, wear full-sleeve t-shirts/shirts along with trek pants. Avoid wearing denim jeans. And for your feet, special attention needs to be paid to the shoes you wear; make sure they are sturdy trekking shoes with a good grip, and are broken in before you embark on the trek. During the Kheerganga trek, the nights can get a bit chilly, so you can carry an extra jacket or a hoodie for the night.

    How to dress appropriately for the Kasol Kheerganga trek

    Days on the Kasol Kheerganga trek will be warm and sunny, while the nights will get a little chillier. You probably won’t need any thermal wear or thick outer clothing as it doesn’t get too cold in the trekking months of April to July and September. Wear a thin, quick-dry, full-sleeved sports t-shirt beneath a regular t-shirt and comfortable, quick-dry trekking pants. Do carry a jacket or fleece sweater in case you feel cold, especially after sundown.

    How can I pick the right trekking shoes and socks for the Kheerganga trek?

    Choose trekking shoes that have a strong and sturdy sole and fit you perfectly. It’s a good idea to get ones that have ample ankle support for when you need to wear them on longer and harder treks, though it isn’t needed for the Kheerganga trek. Make sure that your shoes are waterproof and don’t get drenched easily.

    You can pick any brand based on your budget. Most importantly, make sure that you purchase your shoes at least one month prior to your departure and wear them, exercise in them, walk in them daily to break into them well before your trek begins. This will prevent you from facing any discomfort or getting shoe bites and other injuries.

    Carry several pairs of quick-dry trekking socks. Trekking socks go above your ankle and are made from materials that keep your feet dry and less sweaty. Carry thicker quick-dry socks for the night to keep your feet warm, especially in September.

    We strongly recommend that you carry antiseptic or wet wipes to clean your feet before changing into your night socks. Check for any shoe bites, blisters, or other injuries and apply bandaids before you sleep so you’re all set for the next day of trekking.

    Choosing the right trekking pants for the Kheerganga trek

    Your trekking pants need to be quick-dry, water-resistant, and comfortable. The Kasol Kheerganga trek remains relatively warm throughout the trekking season, so ensure that your pants aren’t too warm. Make sure you carry thicker pants for the night in case it gets chilly.

    Choosing the right gloves for the Kasol Kheerganga trek

    For the Kasol Kheerganga trek, you will need synthetic trekking gloves. They need to be waterproof and quick-dry. The synthetic gloves protect your hand and provide grip. Make sure your gloves fit you well and aren’t too tight or too loose.

    How to pick the right head gear for the Kasol Kheerganga trek

    For the Kasol Kheerganga trek, we recommend carrying a quick-dry sun cap and a woollen cap.

    Your sun cap should fit you well, have a brim at the front, and a flap at the back that covers the back of your neck, protecting it from sunburn. We recommend carrying a few handtowels that you can soak with water and lay them on the back of your neck in case you do suffer from a sunburn.

    Your woollen cap should be made from thick and good quality quick-dry material that can insulate heat well. It should fit your head snugly and cover your ears to protect you from cold winds.


    Your Kasol to Kheerganga trek operator will provide all the camping and technical equipment required for the trek. However, you need to carry all the personal gear like sturdy trekking boots, strong backpack, etc. The operator will also give you a proper packing list once you book this trek which includes all the things you need to carry, do make sure you do not skip out on any of the items from the said list.

    Choosing the right bags for the Kheerganga trek

    Check with your operator to choose the right size of the backpack you’ll need to carry, then purchase an appropriately sized rain cover for your bag that fits it well and ensures that it stays completely dry.

    A few weeks before your trek, CHECK YOUR BAGS! Fill it up completely and wear it on your back. Examine all straps, zips, and velcros of your bag and make sure they’re in good condition and are able to support the weight of the bag. If you find anything that needs fixing, get the mends done and recheck your bag.

    Generally, your backpack will be carried by a porter (don’t forget to cover your backpack before handing it over to them). You will only have access to your backpack when you reach the campsite for the day, which is why you need to carry a daypack for your water bottles, snacks, emergency and prescription medicines, camera, extra batteries, headlamp, basic toiletries, jackets, etc. A few weeks before your departure, check your daypack as you checked your backpack. You will need a well-fitting rain cover for your day pack as well.

    Disposable plastic or reusable synthetic bags are essential to keep your wet and soiled clothes separate from other clean items in your bag, so carry a good amount of those to last you the entire trek.

    Why do I need sunglasses for the Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    The Kasol Kheerganga trek can get sunny and give you slight headaches. To protect yourself from this, we recommend carrying sturdy, UV resistant, plastic-framed sports sunglasses (metal frames tend to get very cold). They should fit you well and not be too tight or too loose.

    If you wear prescription glasses, check if your sunglasses have the same updated prescription to ensure you can see clearly through them. Carry sturdy cases to store your sunglasses and prescription glasses.

    Why do I need a headlamp on the Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    It is strongly recommended to bring a headlamp with you on any trek. It comes in handy if you need to find your way back to your group, find the washroom at night, or trek after sundown due to unforeseen circumstances. Make sure your headlamp fits your head comfortably, is functioning properly, and has new batteries. Do carry some extra batteries just in case you run out.

    Do I need a trekking pole/s for the Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    A trekking pole can come in very handy on any trek, including the Kheerganga trek. Trekking poles help in evenly distributing the weight so you don't lose balance, and make the trekking hours seem easier. Make sure your pole is sturdy, has a good grip, and is collapsible so you can easily fit it in your daypack. In case you don’t wish to invest in a trekking pole, you can ask your operator to rent one out to you at an additional cost.

    What toiletries should I carry for the Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    Carry enough of the following toiletries in a waterproof pouch to last you the duration of your trek, and then some more. There is a possibility of not coming across any shops at all where you can purchase these from:

    • thick face and body moisturiser
    • SPF 50+ sunscreen
    • moisturising lip balm with SPF
    • body wash
    • shampoo
    • toothpaste and toothbrush
    • anti-fungal and anti-rash creams
    • insect repellent
    • menstrual products and ample thick plastic bags to dispose of used sanitary napkins or tampons. Please do not litter. Ask your trek guide about the appropriate disposal methods. We do not recommend carrying menstrual cups or reusable pads/period panties as it will be difficult to wash and disinfect them while on the trek.
    • prescription medicines
    • wet wipes
    • dry tissues
    • sanitiser
    • face masks

    What water bottle or hydration pack should I carry for the Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    We recommend carrying at least 2 one-litre reusable water bottles per person. It’s preferable if one of your bottles is thermally regulated as you may need to sip on warm water or soup when it gets cold (your trek staff will give you the boiled water or soup).

    If you don’t want the bulk of carrying water bottles, you can opt for hydration packs that you can wrap around your chest and back. They should be able to hold at least 500ml of water and should fit you well. We would still recommend also carrying at least one thermal flask for the hot water/soup.

    Do I need to carry a pen knife for the Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    Yes, you should always carry a basic pen knife with a pair of scissors, a knife, toothpick, screwdriver, etc. You can use it to dislodge peddles stuck in your soles, make minor fixes to you backpack and daypack, cut open snack packets and fruit, and more.

    What should I carry in my medical kit for the Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    Carry any pills prescribed to you, the same brand that you’re used to. We don’t recommend starting any new medication while on a trek in case it doesn’t sit well with you. Pack enough to last you all the days of your trek and then some extra in case your trek gets stretched beyond what was planned. Though your trek guide will be carrying a first aid kit, you should also carry a personal first aid kit with gauze, sprain bandage, antiseptic liquid, cotton, muscle relief spray, and loads of band aids.

    Also carry altitude sickness pills (please consult your trek guide before taking one) and pills for headaches, an upset stomach, cold, cough, allergies, and nausea. Do check your medical kit for stock and expiration dates well in advance.

    The Kasol to Kheerganga trek is an easy trek suitable for beginners. To prepare for this trek, you need to start training your body a few weeks prior to the trek by doing some exercises like cycling, running, cardio, etc. This is to improve your endurance levels so you can trek for a few hours without needing a break.

    How to prepare for the Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    Though the Kasol Kheerganga trek falls under the easy to moderate bracket, keep in mind that you will be trekking uphill for several hours each day, nearing an altitude of 12,500 ft above sea level. In the weeks leading up to your trek, increase your cardio exercises, climb several flights of stairs, practise yoga and breathing exercises to regulate your breathing, and go for a few short runs once you’ve built onto your stamina.

    If possible, go on a few short treks around your city. Lastly, and most importantly, don’t forget to rest well before your trek to avoid overworking and tiring yourself on the actual trek.

    What documents do I need to carry for the Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    Any permits or forest entry formalities required for this trek will be arranged by your trek operator. You will simply need to carry a government-issued ID. Please ask your operator about the latest COVID-19 guidelines and carry the required vaccination certificates or RT-PCR reports.

    What kind of food will be provided on the Kheerganga trek?

    Your trek support team will include a cook who will make fresh meals for participants while on the trek. Typically, you will have your meals in the common dining tent that will be pitched at your campsite or enjoy a packed meal if you’re trekking around mealtime. 

    Safety protocols and advisory on the Kasol Kheerganga trek 

    In case of minor emergencies while on the trek, your trek guide will be available to assist you. A basic first aid kit will be available, but please ensure that you carry your personal medication for the trip. In case you are feeling unwell or seem unfit to carry on with the trek, you may be asked to stay at the base camp.

    This is at the discretion of your trek leader and is a decision made to ensure your safety while on the trek. Consumption of alcohol, tobacco products, vape pens, or any other intoxicants is strictly prohibited.

    Is there an ATM on the Kheeranga trek?

    The last ATM you’ll find will be at Kasol. Please ensure that you withdraw ample cash to keep your personal expenses going for the next few days.

    Is there any electricity on the Kheerganga trek?

    There is no electricity beyond Kasol. Your campsites further away may or may not have the facility to charge any devices. We strongly suggest you carry extra batteries for your cameras and large, fully charged powerbanks to charge any devices you’re carrying (don’t forget to pack their respective cables).

    Will I get any network/connectivity on the Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    The network connectivity on the Kheerganga trek is extremely sparse. The last place you’re likely to get any network connection is at Kasol. Amongst all providers, BSNL will give you the best connectivity. We recommend informing your family and friends of your travel plans before you reach or while you’re at Kasol.

    What is the cancellation and refund policy of the Kasol Kheerganga trek?

    The cancellation and refund policy will depend upon the operator you choose for your trek. In general, no shows don’t receive any refunds. Detailed cancellation and refund policies are available on our website’s trip booking pages.

    What is the COVID-19 protocol for the Kheerganga trek?

    To ensyre the safety of all travellers, everyone joining the trek needs to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. You may not be allowed to join the trek in case you aren’t fully vaccinated or don’t have your valid certificate. Trekkers will be required to maintain social distancing of 6 feet from one another, but families/groups can stay close to each other.

    Please make sure you maintain a distance of 6 ft from other groups, families, or individuals. Before you depart for the trek, your temperature will be thermally screened. If at any point of the trek you feel unwell or symptomatic, please inform your trek leader and they’ll provide you with the next steps of action. Please contact your trek operator for more information on additional COVID-19 protocols.