Tourist Spot in Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh is a well Known for the land of Gods and Goddesses, it is very ultimate destination for adventure sports and tracking through Himalayas on beautiful trails which take one to an on the whole different world.
Sar pass and Chanderkhani pass in Himachal Pradesh, Sar Pass Trail offers an chance to enjoy the fine beauty of Parvati vale. Kasol will be pedestal camp and it is a famous for its cool and pleasant climate with tall languish trees.
The voyager will pass through the first camp Guna panni that is Garden of Euden, which is surrounded by dressed of snow peaks and looks like melted gold at the time of sunrise and sunset.
Unch Dhaar, hattigarh Top, Ghural Jyot, Nakhthaan Top and Manikaran valley are visible from here. Himalayan medicinal plants and herbs are organically grows here. The trekker reached second camp Fual Paani after corssing Poo and Kangchani Thatch, A thatch is a big wide ground with varied flora and funa.
Fual means shepherd and paani means water. Third camp is Zirmi it presents the outlook of beautiful Rudra Naag top,Tosh Nullah and Khirganga. Rukhaau Thatch and Bakkar Thatch are good quiescent points before reaching.
After crossing Ruari Thatch trekkers come to the fourth camp Tilalotni, The zenith point SAR PASS is heaven on earth presenting a spectacular & unique view of Maan Talaai, Bijli Mahadev hills. After then descending through Biskeri and Bhandak Thatch one is finally back to civilization at Barshaini.
For Sar Pass trail, our base campsite is at Kasol which is linked by road to Kullu via Bhuntar. It is 5 kilometers short of Manikaran, famous for hot water springs. Regular bus services are available from Kullu and Bhuntar to reach Kasol.
Direct buses are also available to Manikaran from Chandigarh and other parts of Punjab. Nearest railhead areas are Joginder Nagar, Pathankot and Chandigarh. The airport which is the nearest is Bhuntar with having the Delux, Semi Delux and ordinary night/day buses are available from Delhi, Chandigarh and other parts of Punjab.
Chanderkhani Pass offers wonderful views of the Deo Tibba climax, Pir Panjal and Parbati range of mountains. The trek begins to the village of Naggar, located is about 21 km from the township of Manali.
The popular trek road of Chanderkhani Pass involves a circular route from Naggar to Chanderkhani Pass and back to Manali through Malana. From the village of Naggar, the treks begin with a gradual ascent up to Rumsu and Ganachalini. The path is through forested covers of pine, deodar, and chestnut. The treks then break out to the alpine meadows at higher altitudes. The view from those meadows of the Kullu valley, Manali, Pir Panjal, and Bara Bhangal ranges around spell-binding. A camp can then to be established at Nayu Tapru below the Chanderkhani Pass.