Places to visit in Himachal
Planning to visit Himachal? Here is our top Places to visit in Himachal
Kareri Lake trek | Places to visit in Himachal
This trek in Kangra area is open from April mid till July end. Trail gets shut amid the downpours. After the rainstorm, the trail is open for trekkers until mid-November. There are changes of seeing some snow amid the period of April. Climate in Kareri district can drop to 12-14 degrees around evening time in the long stretch of April, May, June and July. It can go down to 4-9 degrees in the period of November.
Stature: 9,625 feet.
Length: 13 km. 5-6 hours. Read Full Article Here
Churdhar Peak | Places to visit in Himachal
now covered Craggy peaks almost touching the sky, attracting us toward them. Everything helping us to keep our spirit high.and after around 14kms of trekking and after cutting snow for 6-7 hours we made it to the CHUDESHWAR MAHARAJ temple. There we found that there was no sleeping facility everything was closed there. We went to the ACHARYA G and somehow managed to make his mind keep us with him Read full article Here.
Kangra valley Masroor Rock Cut Temple | Places to visit in Himachal
The monolithic rock cut temples at masrur, excavated from single sandstone ridge, are located about 48 km NW of Kangra, .
Stylistically the temple can be dated as circa 8th century CE.
These temples, in fact, form a complex with sanctum sanctorum in the center, possibly 24 small shrines surrounding it, and a large reservoir excavated in the front.
In view of the outstanding archeological value ASI declared the temple a protected monument of national importance in 1903.
Manimahesh Kailash peak ‘Chamba Kailash‘
Manimahesh Kailash peak also known as ‘Chamba Kailash‘. The glimpse of which can also be seen from Bharmaur.
Read the pilgrimage hiking story of @aravali_rawat::
First time back in 2016 I went to chamba and then to Bharmaur and came to know about the mighty kailash which is known to be the “abode of lord shiva .”From that day it was in my mind and heart that I would definitely go to this place once but I never knew that it’d be so soon . So all of a sudden , I decided to go to Chamba and left Delhi on 16th of September. I took a bus to kangra and then went to chamba the other day. At Chamba’s Chaugan next day i met 3 of my friends and then we went to bharmaur (bharmani mata ) took a holy bathe and started our journey to Manimahesadsar , from where the yartra starts .Read More Full Article Here
Suraj Tal Lake
Suraj Tal Lake Himachal Pradesh
Suraj Tal Lake also called Surya taal, is a sacred body of water, literally means the Lake of the Sun God, and lies just below the Bara-lacha-la pass (4,890m) (8 km (5.0 mi) in length) in the Lahaul and Spiti valley of Himachal Pradesh state in India and is the third highest lake in India, and the 21st-highest in the world. Suraj Tal Lake is the source of Bhaga River which joins the Chandra River downstream at Tandi to form the Chandrabhaga River in Himachal Pradesh territory, and as it enters Jammu and Kashmir it is renamed as the Chenab River.
The Chandra originates from the glacier close to the Chandra Taal lake in the Spiti district.
How to reach :
The distance from Mandi to Delhi is 422 kilometers. If you are traveling by road, many buses run between Delhi and Mandi. If you want to drive by your car, you can reach via Chandigarh. It takes 12 hours to travel by road. The nearest airport is Bhuenthar which is located near Kullu and the nearby railway station, Chandigarh. You can choose any route according to your convenience.Read Full Story Here
For those of you who might not know about the place, Spiti Valley is a remote cold desert valley at an altitude of around 12,500 feet, located in Himachal Pradesh state, India. The name Spiti means “the middle land” and it is the land between Tibet and India. It is a beautiful valley surrounded on all sides by Himalayan mountains, connected by fresh water streams flowing throughout the day from the mountains, interspersed by quaint villages, enriched by multiple monasteries and monks and fortified by simple, helpful and friendly people. People in Spiti follow Buddhism and they speak local Spiti language along with Hindi and English.Read Full Story Here
Hampta pass trek
20 minutes, it was a complete whiteout of clouds, I could see a few trekkers at a distance but nothing else. The final climb was almost 60-70 degree and took me almost 2 hours to climb a kilometer and after 4 hours I was at the top, with hanging glaciers all around me and really harsh cold gusts of wind. I spent some time at the top and had Paranthas, which weren’t warm anymore.Read Full Article Here
A lot of you have been asking me questions about Triund recently. It is understandable because this trek is among the top favorites for new enthusiasts or first timers and the internet may tell you how beautiful the destination is but it doesn’t really help you prepare for the journey itself. Jumping into unplanned adventures is ‘my thing’ so I jumped right into this without knowing what to expect, therefore, enabling me to present to you the top 7 things you must know and expect while heading for this trek:Read Full Article Here
Gazing out of the meadows as the first light of sun reaches the robust peaks of Himachal, you will find a beautiful place called Dalhousie. The serenity of this place cannot be compared until experienced. 600 kms from New Delhi, you will find yourself losing to the beauty of natural waterfalls, lakes and snow peaked mountains. This place holds the beautiful Chamba valley, where the popular meadows of Khajjiar will capture your soul. A weekend trip to this place will leave you peaceful and longing for another visit.Read More
Bhrigu lake trek
igu Lake or Bhrigu lake trek is a lake located at an elevation of around 4,300 metres (14,100 ft) in Kullu district, Himachal Pradesh, India. It is located to the east of Rohtang Pass and is around 6 kilometres from Gulaba village. It can be reached by trekking either from the Vashishth temple, which is famous for its hot water springs, close to the town of Manali.Read More
After disembarking at Aut bus stand at evening at 5 pm, we looked around for share cabs to Jibhi/Jibhi trek. We only found some empty cabs plying there. Wondering where the cab drivers were, we enquired in the nearby shops and decided to board the bus to Banjar. In one hour we had reached the town of Banjar. From Banjar, we were easily able to hail a cab for Jibhi/Jibhi trek for 300 bucks. The entire journey from Aut to Jibhi is very serene, and the route passes through pretty Himachali villages dotted with apricot trees in full bloom.Read Here