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Rumsu is basically a traditional village that is a very popular camping and trekking spot. So naturally, trekking is the most common thing that is done in Rumsu by tourists. Rumsu is a starting point to the very famous trek to Malana, a recreational location. It is also the starting point for scenic treks to Chanderkhani Pass, where one can see the Beas River Valley, which is scenic and picturesque. The trek continues till the Pir Panjal Range which is at an altitude of 6000 meters passing by the Parvati Valley and Malana Valley. There is also the option of biking and hiking in the mountainous routes. One can also avail jeeps for jeep safaris for sightseeing purposes in and around Rumsu.
The jeep safari is very popular with the tourists who come to visit Rumsu. The open hooded jeeps provide gush of cold, mountainous and rib tickling air which is a beautiful experience. The jeep safari is available for safari experience in Rumsu, Jana or Mahadevand it provides an exciting tour of these places. Rumsu is a beautiful village located among the mountain ranges with many scenic views all around, as it is surrounded by lush green valleys and forest. The jeeps pick you up and drop you off from a designated point before and after the tour.
Rumsu is an area famous for trekking so as usual there are many camping areas in and around here which are in exotic locations that are perfect for embracing and observing the natural beauty of the lush, green and picturesque valleys and the stunningly rugged terrains of the Lower Himalayas. The different camping areas around Rumsu are:
As mentioned before, Rumsu is an amazing place for trekking trips. Rumsu is very popular with students all over northern India as a trekking location. It is accessible from Manali and Kullu easily, which makes it very popular. Rumsu is the starting point of the some of the most magnificent treks that one can ever make in this country. The treks provide a view of the beautiful and scenic Beas River Valley, Malana Valley and Parvati Valley. The treks also provide a view of the stunning topography of the Dhauladhar Range.
The climate of Rumsu is generally mild and moderate. It is generally a bit warm and temperate as well. There is a good amount of rainfall in the summer and less rainfall in winter. It is safe to travel here throughout the year, although for trekking one might need some extra arrangements due to the snow in winter.
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