Bhairav Himal Kund Trek

Annapurna Holiday Planner exclusive journey to Bhairav Himal Kund on the least visited Langtang and Jugal Himal trekking area, a wonderful experience following the off beaten path to pilgrimage site of Bhairave Himal Kund surrounded by coniferous alpine forest of tall rhododendron, pines, magnolia tree lines with awesome scenery of high green hills, valleys and panorama of snow capped mountains of Ganesh, Langtang, Dorji Lakpa of Jugal Himal range. This trek starts from Kathmandu with an interesting drive on the Lhasa / Kathmandu highway just an hour distance away from the Tibet border, and the then on the off beaten trail visiting nice traditional villages of Newars, Brahmins, Chettiries and Tamang tribes of people in the mid hills of central Himalaya region on leaving the villages in complete wilderness for few days in the midst of alpine woodlands to reach holy glacial pond of Bhairav Himal Kund.

Competitively a small lake fed from the glacier of Bhairav and Jugal Himal mountains the kund, pond is dedicated to destructive aspect of Lord Shiva (Bhairav) and this spot, one of the sacred pilgrimages place of Shamans, Hindus and Buddhist as well, on auspicious time pilgrimage to this holy pond, hundreds of devotees visits here for prayer, offering and to bathe in this pond located at 4,200 meters during the month of Bhadra (end of July or August) Full Moon of Nepali Lunar calendar.

On reaching at Bhairav Himal Kund enjoy the serenity with awesome panorama of mountains view of Dorje Lakpa 6,966 m, Madiya 6,257 m and Phurbi Ghhyachu 6,637 meters. After a magnificent time here in this picturesque surrounding return by an alternative route back near Nepal-Tibet border for the drive back to Kathmandu with remarkable memory of this amazing journey to Bhairav Himal Kund with AHP.


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