This one-day trek in the Himalayan range is perfect for someone looking for a short, relaxed getaway in the Himalayas. Gaining a height of over 3200ft in 5 hours, the Lamadugh trek takes us through ever-changing vistas and also to few of the iconic structures of Manali, offering us fantastic views along the way.
We also enjoy a delicious vegetarian lunch on the trek.
IMPORTANT: This is not a fixed departure trip, so a minimum group size of 5 pax is required to make a booking. This will be a private trip, just for your group.
Packed with snow and a myriad of bird life early on in the season, the Lamadugh trek is an ideal trek to introduce you to the undeniable allure of trekking. The trek is the perfect activity for a day spent outdoors and for escaping the crowds that Manali attracts.
Starting from the famous Hadimba Temple, the trail winds through pine, oak, horse chestnut, maple, and cedar forests to come to picturesque glades with sweeping views of Manali, the Manalsu glacier, the Dhauladhar and Pirpanjal ranges including Hanuman Tibba, Deo Tibba and Rohtang Pass.
Visit the famous Hadimba temple | Trek through mixd forests of pine, oak, cedar and maple | Enjoy sweeping views of Manali, Manalsu glacier, and the Dhauladhar and Pirpanjal ranges through various vantage points en route
We start the trek from Dhungri about 1.5 kms from Manali, and we pass through the famous Hadimba temple. The trail takes you through thick deodar and pine forests. The climb offers spectacular glimpses of Manali, and Kullu valley. As we continue on our path, the magnificent views of Indrasan, Deo Tibba and the peaks of Bara Shigri glacier open-up. Finally, the path takes you through Lamadugh, an alpine plateau with a thick growth of beautiful alpine flowers.
After a delicious lunch, we spend some time relaxing and exploring the area around and start making our way down to Manali. We reach Manali by 4 in the evening, where our trek ends.
Pathetic experience. They are broker they dont do anything . These guys just do the tie up with local treakking group who are responcible for all the activitites. They tie up with cheaper treakking group and they provide worst quality of food, worst tent, worst and dirty sleeping bags .
the service is good and the payment process is smooth. but they are just aggregators and you will be pooled to other service providers. I need to go on long treks to experience more about The Great Next services
'The experience with The Great Next was amazing, start from the planning part to the last day of the trek. The spokesperson was easily accessible and was more than happy to answer any question.. All the do's and dont's were clearly explained right before the trek.. Everything was well arranged , supportive local staff , beautiful memories! It was just perfect..!! A trek to be remember always. Kudos to The Great next for the well-arranged trek. Looking forward for my trek with The Great Next.'
It was a phenomenal experience. My first trek and it was way above my expectations. You guys were so warm and friendly, it felt like we've known each other for a long time. Thankyou for making my first experience a memorable one.
Very well organised. Ours was a last minute request but they were very helpful in arranging it seamlessly. The entire trek was very smooth. What was promised was delivered. The food could have been better but I am not complaining. On the whole a great experience.
'Wonderful !!! shout-out to my man Mr. Venkat for arranging the best trekking experience..'
Very polite and trained leads. Service was fantastic, food was on point. The trek was beautifully crafted by them. Can't wait for my next trip
'I had booked a trek to Devkund Waterfalls on 29th October through The Great Next. It was an amazing experience. As it was my first trek ever, I was very unsure about the expedition but started liking it as soon the the trip begin. Trek leads were friendly and well organized. The safety during our time at the waterfall was taken care very well and the information regarding what all to carry and what to expect during the trek was very accurate. Overall, I had an very good first experience and looking forward to go for more with The Great Next.'
'Honestly the experience was quite amazing and totally satisfied. Provided with premium quality of services and very responsive to the queries. It was my first time Manali trek with TGN and it was really a memorable experience for me. The quality of food, tents and all the amenities were quite satisfactory. Venkat, frankly speaking you're very responsive.. thank you Venkat for your support.. thank you TheGreatNext'
TGN has a very sophisticated and concise web page along with many optional details and information. This is one of the few sites that provides information about the operator. All the operators they recommend are safe, well-trained and reliable. They are easily accessible and offer reasonable deals. I've booked a trekking and river rafting trip with them already, and it was a very good experience. I'll always choose The Great Next to plan my adventure trips.
'The Great next is a great platform to discover, explore and book some of the best trails and treks nature has to offer! Although our trek group was managed by the amazing 'Renok adventures' , it was the great next that put us through to them. Thank you !'
'When I bored of daily routines and surfing for some exciting trips or outings, I came across this website. I gave them my contact details and soon I got a prompt call from Mr.Raul from TGN. From then to till end of the trek they guided. coordination is appreciable. And trip was amazing with crazy trekmates and trek leads. It was one of my best well spent weekend. I would love to suggest TGN to you too...'
Refund and cancellation:
If you cancel 45 days before the trip begins, we will retain 30% of the trip cost
If you cancel 30 days before the trip begins, we will retain 50% of the trip cost
If you cancel less than 30 days before the trip begins, or, are not present when the trip begins, no amount shall be refunded.
The trip leader's decision is final.
Participants have to respect the local culture and should not litter or deface natural structures/monuments.