Hatu Peak Overview

Perched atop an elevation of around 11150 feet above sea level, Hatu peak is one of the highest places to visit in Narkanda. Peppered with apples and oak thickets, the peak preserves an old temple named Hatu temple. It is dedicated to the wife of King Ravana- Mandodari.

Hatu peak also fascinates trekkers who start their trek from Narkanda and walk uphill for around 7 KM (one-way) to reach the top. The amphitheater landscape from the tip of the peak is quite rewarding to the ones who have walked all along.

After reaching the summit, visitors are greeted by the serene atmosphere and panoramic views that stretch as far as the eye can see. The Hatu Temple, with its intricate architecture and historical significance, stands as a testament to the rich cultural heritage of the region.

Himachal tour packages often include stops at Narkanda, allowing travelers to explore not only the natural wonders of Hatu Peak but also the charming local villages and markets that dot the landscape. Whether seeking adventure or tranquility, a journey to Hatu Peak promises an unforgettable experience amidst the majestic beauty of the Himalayas.

Distance (from bus stand): 7.3 KM

Visit duration: 4 to 5 hours

Timings: Early morning till early evening.

Entry Fee: No entry cost.

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