Chanderkhani Pass

Chanderkhani pass is a window to some of the largest himalayan ranges . The Chanderkhani pass trek required walking through trees like blue pine and deodar,walnut,golden oak, and wild cherry. The trek offers a wide view of Kullu region and the cloud-touching peaks.

Bijali Mahadev

The Bijali (thunder Mahadeva temple) Mahadeva Mandir is situated in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh’s Kashawri village in the Kullu Valley. It is situated in the Kullu Valley at a height of around 2,460m[1]. One of India’s oldest temples, Bijli Mahadev is devoted to Lord Shiva (also known as Mahadev). The pleasant 3 kilometer hike to get there is located across the Beas river, 14 km from Kullu.From the temple, one can overlook the Kullu and Paravati valleys in their entirety. The Bijli Mahadev temple’s 60-foot-tall staff shines like a silver needle in the sunlight.

Kais Dhar Trek

Experience this 19.5-km out-and-back trail near Kullu, Himachal Pradesh. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 8 h 45 min to complete. This trail is great for birding, hiking, and walking, and it’s unlikely you’ll encounter many other people while exploring.

Kais Dhar is an amazing location nearby Kullu in the Lug valley region. Spectacular meadows and lush green forests can be seen over here. This provides some of the most stupendous views. It is one of the top-visited treks nearby the Kullu region. There is an old rest house that was built by the Britishers at Kais Dhar as well


The most popular trek in Parvati Valley, Kheerganga trek takes you through some breathtaking scenery. It is ideal for any novice trekker or traveler because it doesn’t require a lot of time or previous trekking experience.

You will be treated to beautiful views of nature as you stroll through Himachal Pradesh’s stunning environment. There are a couple wooden bridges and some slick spots on the trail.

Remember to take pictures of each and every one of the beautiful waterfalls you see while on this section of the Kheerganga walk from Kasol.

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