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  • Himachal is a place of tourist interest primarily because of its salubrious climate, the magnificent sights of snow-peaked mountains, and the refreshing and stimulating air devoid of any pollution. Apart from an exploration of the region for the best tourist places one can pursue some thrilling adventure sports like trekking, mountain climbing etc.

    Himachal is famous for its unmatched natural beauty, the lush green meandering hills, the trekking trails and a lot more. Thrillophilia has brought to you tailor-made tour packages to Himachal which will remain etched long in your memory. Whether you are an adventure freak or simply a nature lover we have various programs to suit your taste and choice.

    Hill stations to visit while on Himachal tour:

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    1) Dalhousie

    Dalhousie

    This beautiful hill station had been established by the British in 1854 and was treated as a summer resort for the British officers and troops. It is situated at an altitude of 6000 to 9000 ft. Summer is obviously the best time to visit Dalhousie.

    This place is replete with traditional Hindu culture, temples, art and handicrafts. Chandrabhaga and Ravi rivers have originated from the glaciers near the place. One can visit some of the wildlife sanctuaries and the national forests around the region. For the expert trekkers Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar trekking trails present some serious challenges. In fact, pilgrimage to the Manimahesh Temple in itself is a trekking event.

    [Experience the thrill of trekking in Triund in Dhauladhar Ranges]

    2) Dharmashala

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    Dharmashala, the headquarter of Kangra district of Himachal, is at an altitude of 1250 to 1550 metres, This is perhaps the only hill station in Himachal from where the snow-point is nearest and is a must visit while on Himachal tour.

    The beautiful town is enveloped by conifer trees and oak, the snow-clad mountains surround the place from three sides while the lush green valley stretches in front. Since 1960 Dharamshala has become the temporary abode of the Dalai Lama. In international circuit it is also known as "The Little Lhasa in India".

    3) Kardang

    Kardang monastery is situated just above the village Kardang on the left side of the Bhaga river. The amazing background of the mountains of the Rangcha massif has enhanced the beauty of the monastery location. The monastery houses some excellent murals and colourful frescoes. The monastery belongs to the Red Hat sect. Both the nuns and the monks enjoy equal rights.

    4) Keylong

    Keylong at 3340 metres lies over Rohtang on the main thoroughfare to Leh. The district headquarter of Lahaul Spiti Keylong boasts of deep green valleys with willow trees, mountain streams flowing between the brown mountains snow-capped peaks.

    [Wanna have an exciting bicycle experience in the valleys of Spiti and Lahaul]

    5) Kufri

    Kufri is a tiny hamlet in the district of Shimla and is about 13 Km away from Shimla. The place experiences a lot of snowfall during the winter months and hence during this time adventure sports like skiing and tobogganing are arranged. This place is also very famous for hiking and trekking trails. In summer the view of the sprawling green valleys and snow-capped mountains steals your heart.

    Earlier a place in the kingdom of Nepal Kufri has such a peaceful and tranquil environment that all your tensions and worries are driven away. There is also a picnic spot amid orchards and forests at Fagu which is only about 6 Km from Kufri. Regular ski courses, instructions and equipment’s are arranged by Himachal Tourism.

    6) Mcleodganj

    Mcleodganj is very close to Dharamshala and is famous for being the residence of the Dalai Lama. Being located at a height of 1800 metres it is endowed with excellent natural beauty. The cool, serene and peaceful atmosphere lends a divine presence over the place. Mcleodganj  also  offers great adventure activities like trekking and hiking. The upper part of Dharamshala is known as Mcleod Ganj.

    You can have a visit of the fourteenth Dalai Lama who lives only about five minutes’ walk away from the main town. This idyllic place is surrounded by the forests of Deodar, Rhododendron and Pine trees. The basic culture and practices of this place is Tibetan in nature.

    7) Manali

    Manali is another hill station which is located at an altitude of about 2050 metres and is about 40 Km from Kullu. The town is situated on the national highway to Leh. The landscape of the place with its snow-clad mountains, the meandering Beas river with its clear water, the lush green vegetation is breathtaking.

    [Check out the trekking trails of Bara Bhangal range]

    There are also fruit orchards, forests of Pine and Deodar trees. It is also a favourite location for the trekkers who can trek to the Lahaul, Spiti, Zanskar and Bara Bhangal ranges. The places worth-seeing in and around Manali are Arjun Gufa, Hadimba temple, Rahala waterfalls, Rohtang pass, Tibetan monasteries and many more.

    8) Palampur

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    The beautiful town of Palampur at an altitude of 1220 meters boasts of tea gardens and the snow-peaked mountains covered with pine trees. The whole environment bears a stamp of sublime bliss and peaceful tranquillity. There is an Agricultural University as well as a Scientific Research Organisation here. There is a waterfall at Bundla Chasm which is sure to thrill you.

    10) Shimla

    Shimla which is the capital city of Himachal Pradesh was announced the summer capital of India by the British in 1864. The colonial architecture of the buildings still bear testimony of the British era. This is a very popular destination. Being situated at a height of about 2397 metres Shimla has a subtropical highland climate.

    There is regular snowfall during the winter months in Shimla. A summer festival is organised during the peak tourist season. The Mall and the Ridge at the heart of the city are favourite tourist spots. Shimla presents such idyllic sights that you feel relaxed, refreshed and rejuvenated.

    11) Solan

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    Solan being located at an average elevation of 1600 metres has a very agreeable climate throughout the year. One can visit the temple of Shoolini Devi and the Buddhist monastery on Rajgarh Road. It is also known as the 'Mushroom city' of India. Solan boasts of having a horticultural and Forestry University along with an old brewery.

    Best trekking trails in Himachal:

    Below is a small list of Trekking trails suggested by Thrillophilia with all the necessary data.

    12) Beas Kund

    Beas Kund

    Beas Kund trek is a rather easy one but nonetheless it's a very beautiful trek through the meandering meadows, valleys. On the way you can see the famous mountain peaks - Hanuman Tibba peak and Friends peak in Dhauladhar range. The wonderful vista of the looming mountain ranges inspires awe in you. The trek terminates at Beas Kund which is basically a lake. Mythology has it that Saint Vyasa used to take daily baths in this lake. The river Beas has also originated from here.

    Altitude: 4950 m

    Duration: 4 days

    More details: Trekking adventure around Beas Kund 

    13) Friendship Peak

    Friendship peak at an altitude of 5289 metres is located near Beas Kund in Manali region in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. This lone open peak and no formal training in mountaineering is necessary for climbing this peak. The three great ranges have met at one point - Dhauladhar ranges. The Great Himalayan ranges and Pir Panjal ranges giving the trekkers an unusual experience. The best route for accessing this peak is via Beas Kund and Dhundi.

    Altitude: 5289 m

    More details: Friendship peak expedition

    14) Sar Pass

    One of the must do trek in Himachal tour is Sar Pass trek. This pass is in the Parvati valley of Kullu district. While traversing the trekking trail from Tila Lotni to Biskeri ridge a normally frozen lake is crossed. Thrillophilia organizes multiple treks to Sar pass every year.

    Altitude: 4267 m

    Difficulty level: Moderate

    15) Pin Parvati

    This is a trek which presents stark contrasts as you pass from Kullu's deep green Parvati valley to Spiti's barren valley in Pin. The Pin Parvati pass and the high-altitude Malta Lai Lake can be seen on the way. The trek involves quite strenuous journey.

    Altitude: 5300 m

    Difficulty level: Strenuous

    Book Now Pin Parvati Pass Trek

    16) Chandra Taal Trek

    This is a moderately difficult trek in the Lahaul-Spiti region and leads the trekkers to Chandra Taal which is actually a high-altitude lake and which means the 'Moon Lake'. The beauty of the lake at a height of about 4270 meters with turquoise blue crystal clear water and the towering Mukila and Chandrabhaga massifs is simply out of the earth and indescribable.  

    Altitude: 4300 m

    Duration: 4 days

    Type: Moderate

    [Also explore trekking in Chanderkhani Pass in Naggar]

    17) Hampta Pass

    Hampta pass

    In the south-east of Manali the Hampta pass trek offers the trekkers wonderful natural sights like dense pine forests, sprawling meadows and the Hampta pass itself at a high altitude. The residents and shepherds of the Hampta village used this route to reach Lahaul Spiti valley. This trek connects two valleys of Himachal thus offering a very contrasting view of the nature. Kullu is replete with eye-soothing greenery and a lot of forestry while Lahaul is sandy and rocky with brown mountains.

    Altitude: 4200

    Type: Moderate

    18) Kinnaur Kailash Trek

    Kinnaur Kailash trek

    Mt. Kinnaur Kailash is located in the Kinnaur district of Himachal. At a height of 6500 metres the mountain is revered by Hindus and Buddhists alike. On the trekking trail there is Charang La pass at an altitude of 5300 metres. Till some years ago this trek was forbidden for the trekkers and consequently this trek is sparingly used. During trekking you can enjoy the unmatched beauty of the green valleys, vineyards, orchards and the snow-capped peaks.

    Altitude: 6500 m

    Duration: 12 to 16 days

    Type: Moderate to Strenuous

    19) Bhabha Pass Trek

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    This trek starts at Kafnoo in Kinnaur and crossing the Pin Bhabha pass at a height of 4865 meters ascends along the left side of the river Wangar. The path passes a combination of conifer forests and broad-leafed species. This wonderful trek passes through the remote Pin and Spiti valleys. On the way you can visit ancient gompas and little hamlets tucked up under the high mountain ranges.

    Altitude: 4865 m

    Type: Moderate

    [Explore the charms of Himachal on a Bhabha Pass Trek]

    Also, check Parang La Trek of Ladakh.

    Things to do on Himachal tour:

    20) Skiing in Rohtang pass

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    At 13,000 ft. Rohtang pass presents a beautiful landscape with abundant snow all over. This is approximately 51 Km from Kullu. It's the gateway to Lahaul Valley. The panoramic view of the high defiant mountains reaching far up above the clouds with lush green valleys below is truly remarkable. There are good skiing facilities available in Rohtang pass, but one must have a fair knowledge about it.

    Season to Visit: Best time to visit Rohtang is during the months of June to October when the pass remains open.

    21) Ki Gompa Village Visit

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    The tiny hamlet of Ki is located about 12 Km away from Kaza and is distinguished by the white buildings of Ki Gompa. Being situated at the top of a hillock at a height of 4116 metres this Gompa is the largest in Spiti. The picturesque beauty of the surroundings from the Gompa will enchant one and all.

    There are living quarters for 300 monks including students. One can see the medieval prayer rooms, old Buddhist texts which have been printed on cloth and the bed used by the Dalai Lama in 1960 and 2000. During the Ki Chaam festival dance masks are exhibited.

    Season to Visit: The most exciting time to visit is late June or early July.

    22) Kalka Shimla Train Ride

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    Kalka Shimla train journey is must when on Himachal tour. UNESCO has granted it 'World Heritage' status. The whole journey takes five to six hours but it offers such a grand view of nature that you remain glued to the passing scenery. The landscape presents forests of oak trees, hills with green vegetation, wild pomegranates, Himalayan springs. A Rail bus is also operated along with this train ride.

    Season to Visit: The best time to visit Shimla would be October to November and from March to May.

    23) Chandra Taal Lake

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    Chandra Taal Lake is a lake situated at an altitude of 4300 meters and in the Lahaul and Spiti region of Himachal. It is also called the 'Moon Lake'. Glaciers from the surrounding mountain ranges are the main source of water inflow into the lake. This lake is also the origin of river Chandra. The sunrise and sunset scenes from this lake are simply divine. The crystal clear turquoise blue water of the lake against the backdrop of the snow-clad mountains create an unearthly sight which will mesmerise any visitor.

    [Experience the trekking adventure to mesmeric Chandratal including Kanamo peak in the Spiti Valley]

    Chandra taal lake in Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh lies between a low ridge and the main Kunzum range. Mostly surrounded with snow, this deep blue-water lake has a circumference of 2.5 Kilometers. Some people also call it Moon Lake and is the source of the violent Chandra River.

    Season to Visit: June Last Week to September Second Week

    As soon as the passes (Rohtang La and Kunzum La) close, Chandertal gets disconnected via road from Delhi-Manali or Delhi-Tabo/Kaza route.

    Ride through high altitudes and scenic landscapes from Manali to Chandratal]

    24) Hang Gliding at Billing Peak

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    Hang gliding is a comparatively new sport being undertaken at Billing of Himachal which is about 14 Km from Bir. As it is gaining popularity among the adventure sport lovers an annual hang gliding contest is held every year. Other popular sites for hang gliding in Himachal are Bir and Dharamshala.

    25) Rock Climbing at Beas Kund

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    Rock climbing calls for physical endurance and strength. This adventure sport is gradually being undertaken by sports lovers. Himachal Pradesh boasts of steep and gentle terrains so that the amateurs do not find difficulty. Apart from the Beas Kund region of Manali other sites of Himachal where this sport is seriously practised are Hanuman Tibba, Deo Tibba and Shitidhar peaks.


Attractions

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Manali

From Manali, breathtaking views of the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges are a perennial specialty. This is the place where mountain adventures takes on a new dimension. A haven for tourists, Manali is replete with scenic quotients offering trekking enthusiasts an experience of its own kind.

Attracting visitors from all over the world all year round, this is a place for backpackers to explore the serene settings of the Himalayas. It is also the place where adventure tourists can enjoy exhilarating activities such as paragliding, rafting and skiing while on Manali to Leh Road trip.

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Bhrigu Lake

Also known as the ‘Pool of Gods’, Bhrigu Lake is a majestic an picturesque water body that is located at a distance of about 43km from the town of Manali. Each year, the lake attracts thousands of trekkers and visitors who come here to appreciate the serene, crystal clear blue pools of the lake as a part of their itinerary to visit Manali tourist places. 

Rising to a height of about 14,100ft it is located on the eastern courses of the Rohtang Pass. One of the many glacial lakes of the Kullu Valley, it makes up for being a perfect weekend outing on your next trip to Manali. 

 The lake is bordered by snowy peaks of the Himalayas on all sides and is a moderate to difficult trekking escapade.  Also nearby is the Nehru Kund, which is a natural water spring that is fed by the waters of the Bhrigu Lake and is truly picturesque. 

The trekking route to Bhrigu Lake starts either at the village of Gulaba or Vasishth Temple, either ways it perches you up at a height of almost 14000ft right on the second day, making it one of the most captivating treks of the Pir Panjal Ranges.  Locals of the village believe that this lake has been blessed by the sages and Gods which is why, it never freezes over completely even in the times of harsh winters.

Distance from Manali: 18 Kms

How to get there: Follow the Kullu-Naggar-Manali Road through the village of Gulaba

Best time to Visit: May to June 

Attractions/Activities: Trekking

Type of destination:  Trekking and religious

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Prashar Lake

Sage Prashar is the reason Prashar Lake got its name ages ago. One visits this quintessential lake will be unknowingly directed to oblivion and for sure the serenity will let every visitor linger for more. Located in Mandi village, Himachal Pradesh, the iconic attraction apart from the lake is the three stories pagoda like temple structure near the lake. 2730 meters above the lake seats amidst the rejuvenating sets of nature’s miracles including the snow-clad peaks in the backdrop and River Beas flowing so fast through the valley down. One can get access to the lake through Drang. The age of temple lengthens back to 13th century and the lake has one more surprise within it that is a floating island. Though visitors are seen in plenty over here, no one could accurately fathom the depth the lake goes into, till date.
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The Castle Manali

Built in 1460 AD, the Naggar Castle has a unique architecture that comprises of stones and wood. About a century ago, this castle of Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu was converted into a rest house, and presently it is being taken care by the Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation.

In its rechristened avatar, the castle is now The Castle Heritage Hotel. Naggar Castle came into the limelight after a bollywood movie was shot here. A grand Tibetan carnival dance was shot here and hence this castle grew in touristic prominence.


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Van Vihar National Park

One of the most frequent places to visit in Manali, the Van Vihar National Park attracts visitors mainly because of its ideal location, which is bang on the Mall road in Manali. The park is a welcome respite from the crowds and the pollution with its tall and shady groves of Deodar, birch and pine. There are a number of wooden and concrete benches within the park, which provide rest, relaxation and recreation to its visitors.

Take off your shoes and take a leisurely walk across the garden paths of this wonderful haven of nature. You could also have fun cruising around in a boat that sails in the small pond within the vicinity of this park. Set amidst beautiful and verdant environs, the park is a perfect respite for anyone who chooses to visit it and makes up for a great place for a spontaneous picnic or simply a long walk!

Timing:

08:00 am – 07:00 pm (summer)

08:00 am – 05:00 pm (winter)

Entry Fee: 10 INR per Person

Photography Allowed: Yes

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Gyuto Monastery

Gyuto Monastery is one of the most famous and popular monasteries in Tibet. This monastery is well known for its tantric meditation and people there study a lot about this subject. It is also known for its various tantric ritual arts and Buddhist philosophy. Gyuto monastery was founded in the year 1474 by the prime disciple of the 1st Dalai Lama.

Location: It is situated in the town of Dharamshala which is easy to reach through road, rail as well as airways. Transportation is not a major issue while visiting the place.

Highlights: You can find majestic statues of Buddha with a backdrop of snow clad mountains covering it. If you want to have a nice afternoon, it is the most peaceful and serene place to be at.



Best time to visit: Since this is a monastery, there is no particular season that makes any difference. However, if you are planning a full trip of the place, April-May has to be the best months.
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Kangra Fort

It is a famous fort located in the outskirts of the famous place Kangra near Dharamshala. This fort was built by the Royal Rajput family of the state of Kangra in the 15th Century. However, the fort was heavily damaged by an earthquake in the year 1905. Still, it has a good structure which attracts a lot of tourists.

Location: The distance of the fort from Dharamshala is around 20 km but it has proper connectivity to roadways which makes it easier to get there.

Highlights: The beautiful entrance is something what people love. The way the whole fort is built is completely marvelous. Inside the fort, you will find defaced statues of many lords that these people worship. This fort is considered as one of the most beautiful forts in India and people love it for the built structure.



Best time to visit: You can plan a visit anytime of the year.
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Sunset Point

We all know the beauty of sunset points, there are various such points throughout our country and the world. The sunset point in Kasauli attracts a lot of visitors because of the stunning view of the valleys. Apart from tourists, even the residents sometime come here to savour the beautiful scene of the sunset.

Location: It is located at the end of the upper mall road. Busses and cabs are available at the place so transportation is very easy.

Highlights: The major highlight is the view of the sunset point. People come here to enjoy, relax and click a lot of beautiful pictures of the setting sun. It is one of the best places to enjoy the evening.

Best time to visit: For seeing the sunset, you need to visit the place at dusk around 6 in the evening. It is a natural event and thus you need to time yourself well to see it.
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Bakrota Hills

Take a walk amidst the snow capped mountains at the Bakrota Hills. Breathe in the pure air and feel all refreshed and rejuvenated. The Hills are covered with dense Deodar forests, making it look like a lovely green rug, pulled over by the mountains. 

The mesmerising landscape here will leave you spellbound. Every year Dalhousie is blessed with heavy snow fall. During this season the magnificent Bakrota hills glistens like diamonds. Spend some time here with your dear ones and be in awe of Mother Nature’s miraculous creations.   

Activities and attractions:- Trekking, Photography, Sightseeing

 

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St. Patrick's Church

Wondering what places to visit in Dalhousie? Just add St. Patrick's Church to your list. Dalhousie is said to be a melange of nature’s beauty and a glimpse of the Victorian era. Approximately at a distance of 2KM from Dalhousie, lies the St. Patrick’s Church. It is a 104 years old church, situated on Mother Nature’s lap. 

This route showcases the beguiling exquisiteness of Himachal Pradesh. Several devotees, tourists and travellers visit the church every year and our awe struck by its splendour. This is a very apt place for photography. One can visit the church any day between 9 AM to 5 PM.

TIMINGS:- Monday - Friday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Saturday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Sunday: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM , Public Holidays: 7.00 AM - 7.00 PM

Activities and attractions:- Sightseeing, Place of worship

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Dharamsala War Memorial

Located at the entry to Dharamsala town, the Dharamsala War Memorial is a memorial constructed to honor the brave men and women who died in service to our country post Independence. The memorial is located amidst beautiful scenery and is a monument that represents bravery and sacrifice. 

The monument has the names of all the soldiers and martyrs, who died in the 1947-48, 1962, 1965, and 1971 war and peacekeeping missions. This is a structure that holds much importance. The sacrifices of soldiers are often forgotten in popular media and structures such as these remind and inspire one to remember and keep fighting the good fight. When here, do keep this in your list of things to do in Dharamsala.

Best time to visit: All throughout the year.

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Chail Wildlife Sanctuary

Previously a hunting ground for the Maharaja of Patiala, Chail Wildlife Sanctuary is amongst the lesser known wildlife sanctuaries in the country. Situated 63 km from Shimla in Himachal Pradesh, it’s unmistakingly one of the most well conserved wildlife sanctuaries and is home to a opulent collection of flora and fauna.

Situated in the Himalayan ranges at a height of 7152 feet, Chail Wildlife Sanctuary boasts a pleasant climate, magnificent views and a rich abundance of greenery. The sanctuary is a paradise for nature lovers and bird watchers.

Chail Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a variety of fauna and flora. Some of the most popular animal species of the park includes European red deer, wild boar, goral, spotted deer, sambar, common langur, Himalayan black bear, flying squirrel, Indian porcupine, etc. The flora it hosts include the native Pine and Deodar trees.

Best time to Visit: March to October.

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Lakshmi Narayan Temple

The Lakshmi Narayan Temple is one of the oldest and largest temple in Chamba, which was built in around 11th century by Raja Sahil Verma. The complex of Lakshmi Narayan temple has around six temples in total, all dedicated to either Lord Shiva or Lord Vishnu. The main idol of Lord Vishnu is made up of rare marble, which used to be found in the mountains of Vindhyas. 

Apart from the six main temples, there are three more temples in the complex, namely Radha Krishna Temple, Gauri Shankar Temple, and Shiva Temple of chandragupta.

While in Chamba, your trip will be incomplete without visiting this great temple. The temple opens twice a day and the timings include 6 AM to 12.30 PM and again from 2.30 PM to 8.30 PM and the best season to visit the temple is from April to October.

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Solang Valley

Located atop the Kullu Valley, the Solang Valley is ideal for adventure sports such as parachuting, skating, zorbing and paragliding. The slopes of this valley also provide ski lovers an ideal destination to enjoy this activity on a trip to Manali. During the summer months, the snow on these slopes evaporates, resulting in ideal ground for zorbing, where a person hurls down a slope in an indestructible bouncy ball.

Solang Valley is definitely a playground for people looking to lose themselves in an assortment of exciting activities. Be it a honeymoon vacation or a family outing, a thrilling and engaging experience is guaranteed.

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Roopkund Lake Trek

The Roopkund Lake is situated high up in the Garhwal Mountains in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. This lake is of much historical and religious importance. It was also called the Mystery or Skeletal Lake after a large number of human skeletons were found in it in 1942 by a Forest Officer.

Following this discovery, a number of scientists visited the lake to find out the reason for the skeletons being there and it was eventually concluded that the skeletons belonged to some pilgrims who were caught unawares in a flash hailstorm.

Due to the huge chunks of ice that came with the hailstorm, the pilgrims died due to injuries to their skulls. This story was aired in national and international media and since them the Roopkund Lake has become a popular tourist destination.


The trek to Roopkund Lake showcases the best of Himalayan beauty. The trek begins at Lohajung, which is situated at an elevation of 3200 metres and goes on for five days till you reach the lake, which is at an altitude of 5000 metres. The first couple of days will take you through beautiful villages, forests, rivers and Bugyals.

The air will get thinner and thinner as you ascend and gain altitude. So it is very important that you are in the best of health and fitness when you set out for this trek. Higher energy levels will allow you to adjust better with the changing environment and enjoy the views offered by the region. Your team leader will also offer you tips on how to cope with the changing levels of the atmosphere.

The trekking trail followed during the Roopkund trek coincides with that of the Raj Jay Yatra pilgrimage route. This is conducted during a festival dedicated to goddess Nanda Devi and the residents of nearby village participate in this festival dressed in their traditional attire.

Best Season: August - October
Difficulty Level: Difficult
Max. Elevation: 5020 m
More Details: Guide to Roopkund Trek
Get a Quote for Roopkund The mystery lake 

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Malana

The lands that hold the strongest relics of adventure are often not spoken about, and that is why you need to head to the mysterious hills of Malana for an adventure you can never forget! Malana is an ancient village that lies to the north – east of the Kullu Valley and this solitary village is located at an altitiude of 9,938ft above sea level. The village of Malana is connected to Kullu by three mountain passes. Many trekkers have traversed these mountains in search of adventure and discovered wonders that they have brought back home with them.  So grab your gear and head to this oldest democracy in the world and trek up the famous and intimidating Chanderkhani Pass and Rashol Pass.

Distance from Delhi: 543km

Best time to visit: Throughout the year

Attractions: Chandrakhani Pass, Kais wildlife sanctuary, Parvati Valley, Shiv Mandir, Hot Springs

Activities: Trekking, Sightseeing and Hiking 

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