These two months give those who want to become nature but with a rush of adrenaline the most expected opportunity. Trekking in rugged terrain, sipping water from a nearby current… Is it a dream vacation for us all, isn’t in fact?
Chandigarh has done extensive research in Himachal Pradesh and given you 14 incredible places to make you one with nature.
Kharapathar is a small village at an altitude of 8,770 ft. It is located at a distance of 77 km from Shimla, 62 km from Kufri, and 14 km from Jubbal. This place is popular for its picturesque beauty and for its many hiking trails.
Kufri Ski Resort
Kufri is a small hill station in the district of Shimla at an elevation of 2,510 meters on National Highway 22 at a distance of 16 km from Shimla Railway Station and 5,6 km from Fagu. It is one of Shimla’s best ski resorts and also one of India’s top skiing and adventure resorts.
Narkanda is a well-known hill station at Himachal Pradesh at an altitude of 8100 meters on the India–Tibet Road (NH–22) 62 km from Shimla, 47 km from Kufri, and 7 km from Hatu Peak. It is one of Himachal’s most famous resorts and is also a renowned Himachal Pradesh touristic resort.
A magnificent 360° view across the valley offers the highest mountain point in the country. Daikund peak. The path along this summit is enhanced with flowers that are a treat to the eyes on both sides. On a clear day, you can see Kailash Mountain. The Pholani Devi Temple, which only consists of a trident, is located on top of the Dainkund Peak. The fun blowing through the trees can be heard to create a musical serenade.
Khajjiar is a beautiful mountain station situated within the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, at a distance of 21 km from Dalhousie and 20 km from Chamba. The Switzerland of India is also considered to be at the foothills at an altitude of 1,951 meters.
Kareri Lake (Near Dharamshala)
Kareri Lake, known as Kumarwah Lake is a high-altitude lake located in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh, 32 km from Dharamshala and 39 km from McLeod Ganj. Trek to Kareri Lake is one of Dharamshala’s best stuff and it’s also one of Dharamshala’s best short walks.
Iraq / Lahesh Cave Trek
Lahesh Cave is a camping ground that shepherds take to the high altitude meadows here in the Summers, 12 km away from McLeod Ganj and 17 km from Dharamshala. The sea level is 3500 m.
Triund Hill (Near Mcleod Ganj)
Triund is a crown jewel of Dharamshala, located in the mountains of dhauladhar 8 km from the McLeod Ganj bus stand and 13 km from Dharamshala. For the first five kilometers, it is very easy to ride the last one kilometer, but a bit of effort is required; the last one kilometer is known as the “22 curves” because it has 22 tiring curves before you get to Triund.
Rohtang Pass (Near Manali)
The Rohtang Pass on Manali Leh Highway (NH-21), 52 km from Manali Bus Stand, 43 km from Solang valley, and 4111 meters above sea level. 16.5 km from Marhi (13,400 ft). It is one of Manali’s most popular tourist attractions and one of the top tourist places in the Himachal region. Snow in the summer and renowned adventure sports venues in the Himachal region are the best places to go.
Great Himalayan National Park (Near Kullu)
The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) is spread over the Parvati Valley, Thirthan Valley, Sainj Valley and Jiwa Nal area, at a distance of 75 kilometers from Kullu, 63 kilometers 113 from Manali and 15 from Gushaini, in Bhuntar. From Bhuntar. The Park was declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in June 2014.
Kheer Ganga / Khir Ganga (Near Kullu)
Khir Ganga is a small town located in Parvati, at an elevation of 3050 m, at a distance of 64 km from Kullu, 56 km from Bhuntar, 22 km from Manikaran and 102 km from Manali. The journey is 11 km and typically 2 days from Kullu/Barsheni from Barsheni. It must be reached. Khir Ganga is one of Himachal Pradesh’s best trekking locations.
Kasol (Near Kullu)
Kasol is a small village at an altitude of 1640 meters above sea level in the Parvati Valley of Kullu, at 38 km from Kullu, 30 km from Bhuntar, 4 km from Manikaran and 76 km from Manali. Your enduring trek is worth visiting Parvati Valley.
Raison – River Rafting (Near Kullu)
A small cluster of villages on the bank of the Beas River with vast campgrounds maintained by Himachal Pradesh Tourism are at a distance of 13,5 km from Kullu, 14 km from Naggar and 27 km from Manali. It is one of Himachal’s best adventure destinations and also one of Himachal Pradesh’s most important rafting locations. Rafting is one of Kullu’s best activities in Raison.
Tirthan Valley (Near Kullu)
Tirthan Valley is one of Himachal Pradesh’s most beautiful sites, at a distance of 70 km from Kullu, 75 km from Mandi and 105 km from Manali. The valley is within the Great National Park of the Himalayas and can be accessed by trek from Gushaini.