The Khenpari Tibba (Dome) trek offers a beautiful 360-degree view of the Great Himalayan Range to the east, Dhauladhar to the west, and Pir Panjal to the north.
The Khenpari Tibba trek begins at Hadimba Temple, an old cave temple dedicated to Hidimbi Devi, wife of Bhima, a protagonist in the Indian epic Mahabharata. A gentle trek through the dense forest of Cedar and Oak provides a panoramic view of Manali and the upper Kullu valley. The gradual hills with lush green meadows of Lamadugh provide the magnificent campground with a breathtaking outlook of the neighboring Manalsu River valley. Keep your eyes peeled for Monal, Fox.
After breakfast, walk through the ridge below Khenpari Tibba (4,025m) we arrive at a place from where Indrasan (6,221m.) And Deo Tibba (6,001m.) peaks can be seen. Keep ascending through brilliant shrubs of Rhododendrons, Birch pave on the way, and wildflowers all around to Arrive at just below Khenpari we follow the trail which is going eastern top of the mountain, by the afternoon arrive at Tibba (Dome) of Khenpari and to have spectacular 360 degrees view of Great Himalayan Range to the East, Dhauladhar to the West and Pir Panjal to the North. After having lunch descent down to Lamadugh Camp.
After breakfast, walk down to Manali. Trip Finish!