Kheer Ganga
Kheer Ganga
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Meike H
4 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Solo
Perfect…if you like parties, smoking and crowds. However, if you’re looking for nature and silence, you will be disappointed in this place. It’s busy, loud with tons of restaurants, cafés and shops and the entire path is covered in rubbish.
Written 20 October 2023
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Sanjay Sain +919828674961
Jaipur, India13 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022 • Friends
It was a great trip to Kheer Ganga from Jaipur Rajasthan ,, 1st time special trip for a special Guest from London.. They & His family wanted to go with me..we stay in Gurudwara for all this trip,, Gurudwara Sikh Tample is best place to stay and can Donation there,, because of they provide good facility to everyone,,I visit n really so nice.. May be now I can make more trip with my another guest... Mainly I also work for tourism in Rajasthan.. But I like this place.. Ice n snow on the mountains.. Feels so good.. and feels for our God gifted.. Things. a lots. of Natural....things gives us many,, Beauty..n.. Foods... Please 🙏 request to all... Don't west it... I hope make it more Beautiful...
Sanjay Sain
Sanjay Heritage Tours
+919828674961
Written 2 October 2022
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Dr Mohan Kumar H
Chandigarh, India254 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021 • Friends
This is one of the must try trek route in Himachal if you are fond of mountains

This is just a overnight drive from Chandigarh /New Delhi

You can combine this with Manali_Kasol_Kheerganga for 5-7 days
Written 16 May 2021
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Kshitiz M
13 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2020 • Friends
Kheer Ganga
1. Delhi to Bharishani via Kasol- Take transport from Delhi to Bhuntar, from Bhuntar there are two options either take public buses which are at regular intervals and cheap or take a Pvt taxi. If u have a day spare then take rest in Kasol and on next day proceed to trek.

2. Kheerganga Trek- It's a 12km trek and for people going on their first trek, it could be their lifetime adventure. As we were starting our journey we met our guide, Mr. Dev (8894534058) and soon I realised that I have made the right decision as the Kheerganga trek needs skills, temperament and time management and without him my group could not have completed the trek. Mr. Dev supported us like a group member, taught us the basics, and also helped us to find the best camp in our budget.

I strongly recommend to hire him and make this trek a lifetime adventure.
Written 2 November 2020
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deepalik
Thane District, India44 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
Dr Deepali V KamatGupta,9870062428
Experience India

Previous day stay at Kasol or Choj or Manikaran

Leave early morning to reach village Barshaini by bus or private vehicle.

There are three routes to reach Kheerganga first is via Nakthan Village 13 km to kheerganga –take left turn from bridge shortest route and usually taken by trekkers. Second is via Kalga Village -17kms to kheerganga --take right turn from bridge it goes through dense forest ,not familiar route by trekkers.Third route is via Tosh Village

We did the Kheerganga trek by our self without any guide we were helped by Mr Bhushan—provides basic tents under name of Kheerganga hike--8219017235 --who suggested us route no 2 ie Kalga Village which passes through deep forest, but safe for us to travel as he knew we are just two people travelling ,this route is not much take by many trekkers. We see few signboards on the trees. When you reach the base village Barshaini you need to register yourself and they charge you 100 rs / head for the trek for usual route (Via Nakthan Village ) but when you go through forest route(Via Kalga Village ) they don’t charge you, you need to tell them that you are going to Kalga village and not Kheerganga .If you go on weekdays there won’t be any rush but yes on Saturday and Sunday you may get rush .Kalga village route has many waterfalls ,is scenic and adventurous .it took around 5 hrs nonstop to reach the top of Kheerganga campsite so always start the trek as early as possible so one reaches before it’s get dark enjoy the scenery, get fresh in natural waterfall , there are small shops of refreshments but still carry something to eat and drink esp dry fruit ,protein or energy bars , we didn't come across any animals in the jungle except horses and dogs who accompany you during the trek.

Once you reach the campsite you will be served with evening snacks, dinner ,bon fire and next day morning snacks.

NEXT DAY
Trek back to Barshaini 3-4 hrs trekking via Nakthan Village route on the way visit waterfall and Rudra nag Temple.
Written 9 July 2020
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sandeep k
Varanasi, India251 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Friends
This very ancient and very famous river and it's water is so clean and clear. We take a bath here with friends and we enjoyed here picnic.
Written 29 February 2020
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Kitteontravel
Thailand4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019 • Family
I would say it was a lifetime experience to me and my family members.... it was snow fall when we went there the 6 hours of walk was totally worth it.........
Written 14 February 2020
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shrabanain
India27 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
The path is challenging but the nature is more rewarding.
We started walking from Barshaini and took the left from Pulga Dam..this road was not through jungle but rocky..with many steeps and turns...
But whenever you feel that ..Ok I can't go any further, you are energized with giggling Parvati river, the mountains and the fall colours of the trees
Written 3 November 2019
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Anirudh Ramesh
Chennai (Madras), India29 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
Picturesque trek, amazing destination.

Have fun all along the way - and be prepared to do lot of cardio :)
Written 26 October 2019
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drtejaschauhan
Rajkot, India245 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Family
We visited Parvati valley in may 2019 with family and friends and young children, some of which are 5 yrs old!
We decided to go on kheer Ganga trek but it was not possible for us to go till end so decided to have half trek of 6km upto rudranag temple and waterfall.
We took guide cum porter, a very helpful lady from Naktan village.
Trek route was not much steep but very narrow and at very edge of valley.
Somewhat dangerous trek!!
But we somehow manage to go till waterfall! There was this beautiful waterfall and a cafe. You have to keep your shoes off the fall bcoz there is supposed to be a shiva temple under the fall.
Going down the trek was very easy.
Overall a must must do activity while in Parvati valley
Written 14 October 2019
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