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Best and Unique Places to Stay in Lahaul - Spiti

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    Lahaul - Spiti
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    Fixed Departure Dates - July 1, Sep 9, Sep 23 About the Activity:Spiti, fondly referred to as ‘Little Tibet’ is known for its snow-capped peaks and natural surroundings. This 12 day Spiti Valley tour promises a trip of a lifetime.In the following 12 days of your tour you...

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    Lahaul - Spiti
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    Tour Starting and Ending Point: Chandigarh Railway Station Group Departure Date: 23rd, 28th and 30th Dec 2017                                        6th,13th, 20th, 25th and 26th Jan 2018                                         3rd,10th, 17th and 24th Feb 2018About the T...

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Manimahesh Yatra

One of the paradisiacal spots in Himachal Pradesh offering the pure features of pilgrimage is Manimahesh. A challenging trekking route starting from Lakshminarayan Temple in Chamba and goes to Manimahesh Lake in Bundhil Valley, Manimahesh Yatra is quite famous among the pilgrims of India. Right after the festival of Janmashtami, the Yatra starts, the pilgrims have to walk through the rocky terrains bare footed, singing Bhajans and praying to Lord Shiva. Manimahesh Lake is located at an altitude of 4080 meters in the Pir Panjal Ranges of Himalayas. As per Hindu mythology, this is an abode of Lord Shiva, proving it to be true, there is the Manimahesh Kailash Peak also situated above the lake. Since it dedicates itself to fulfill the prayers of its devotees, there are hundreds of pilgrims flow to see their favourite deity once.
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Kunzum Pass

4590 meters above sea level seems a good altitude where challenges can be expected during a journey. Yes, we are confronting with the much talked about pass in the Himalayas, the Kunzum Pass. Located just 122 KM away from Manali, this pass connects the Kullu Valley and the Lahaul Valley to the Spiti Valley. The trekkers going to visit the scenic Chandrataal Lake cuts through this pass as the lake is situated at a distance of just 9 KM from here. One can absorb the best views of the Himalayan ranges, if it is winter, then the beauty just doubles, from here and the pass extends decent challenges to those who cross it, despite of the season. The trekkers who come in winter have to be ready to transit the tough challenges forwarded by the pass, but worth doing it.

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