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Lama Dugh Trek

Himachal Pradesh , INDIA

Lama Dugh Trek Highlights

Lama Dugh Trek Altitude

3000 meters

Trek Level


Trek Duration (Days)


Minimum Age


Lama Dugh Trek Months

May, June, July, August, September, October, November

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Overview of Lama Dugh trek

Lama Dugh trek is on the trail path of the Saurkundi Lake trek.

Trek begins at: Old Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India
Trek ends at:  Manali.

How to reach Manali
Nearest Airport  to Manali :   Bhuntur Airport, Kullu
Nearest Major Towns:  Chandigarh - 312 km, New Delhi - 553 km
Trekkers usually travel to Delhi by Air or Train, then take Volvo bus to Manali.
Volvo bus booking can be done on redbus
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Important Information for Lama Dugh Trek
Number of days: 1
You need to reach back to Manali before dark, so taking a local guide along is the safest option.

Trekking path: Steep uphills, forests and Green meadows.

Weather conditions: The local guides are the best judge of the weather conditions to determine if the trek can be done or not.

Support needed: You would have to carry your camping equipments like tents, sleeping bags, sleeping mats, food and stove. If you are an experienced trekker and have done self supported treks you could do this trek on your own.
A local guide can help organize the trek. Based on your needs, a local guide can organize everything needed for the trek or can just play the role of a guide.

Personal checklist: Here is the list of items you would have to carry for this trek - Personal items you have to carry.

Finally, here are some important things you should know before taking up this trek - Important things to know.

A generic itinerary for Lama Dugh trek

Trek from Old Manali to Lama Dugh to Manali  ( 7 hrs)

Start the trek early in the day so you could plan to be back to Manali by 4pm. The trek starts from Dhungri which is about 1.5 kilometres from Manali. You would then pass from behind the hadimba temple in old Manali. The trek goes through dense forests of oak and cedar. There will be steep climbs to manoeuvre.  On emerging from the forests, you are greeted with mesmerising views of the peaks around you. You would be able to see Indrasan, Peak of Bara Shigri glacier and Deo Tibba. You would also be able to view the beautiful town of Manali and the whole upper Kullu Valley.  

Lama dugh is a beautiful alpine meadow and during the months of summer you will find alpine flowers here. Remember to carry sufficient water as finding water could be difficult on this stretch. You could plan to have your lunch at Lamadugh. After you get your hearts fill of the alpine meadows at Lamadugh, start your trek back to Manali. It is important to get back to Manali town before dark, it is recommended to trek with a experienced guide.