Open Time : 10:00 a.m - 5:00p.m
Entry : free
Address : Friendship Peak, Burwa, Himachal Pradesh
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Why to visit Friendship peak
Friendship Peak is a great place to start if you're looking for a new adventure. The Friendship Peak expedition takes on Hanuman Tibba on the one hand and encounters giants like Deo Tibba, Indrasan, the Seven Sisters, and Priyadarshani Gali on the other.
- The Friendship Peak basecamp is located between the two great mountain ranges, Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar.
- The hiking track passes through the lovely Solang Valley, passing through alpine meadows, deep forests with diverse flora and fauna, colourful orchards, alpine trees, and several small, bubbling streams.
Friendship Peak Trek Duration: 9 days
Maximum Altitude: 17352.36 ft.
Friendship Peak Trek Level: Difficult
Trek Distance: 34 Kms
Temperature: 19°C during daytime to -6°C during nighttime
Best Time To Go: May to June and September to October.
ATM: You will find ATMs in Manali
Start Point/End Point: Manali Base Camp. It is 3 km away from the Old Manali Bus Stand.
FAQ on Friendship peak
Why is it called Friendship Peak?
Because the trip adventure passes through the fascinating Solang Valley it is also known as trekker's heaven. The small and steep hills add to the adventure of the journey and one can't help but enjoy the zeal while travelling with friends.
Is it difficult to reach Friendship Peak?
The Friendship Peak Trek is one of Himachal Pradesh's most difficult treks and anyone planning to do it should have prior experience travelling at high altitudes.
What is the best time to visit the peak?
May and June are the best months to go for a snow-covered summit while September and October are optimal for rocky terrain.
How challenging is the hike up Friendship Peak?
The Friendship Peak Expedition is a difficult grade trek because of the difficult summit climb.
No matter what season you're travelling in, make sure you have plenty of warm clothing with you. Always have your trekking clothing and supplies on hand. Trekkers on the walk can also choose to camp because of the natural beauty of the area.
By Abhilasha Prasad
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