If you like new places to travel why not explore the untouched and unspoiled Himachal? So Here are Places to visit in Himachal
It is the meadows on the Bhrigu Lake trek that are a real treat. I am not sure you understand why trekking on them is such a big thing. More you trek better view you get. That’s the beauty of Bhrigu. The trek is an out and out grassland trek. Within ten minutes of starting out of the fabulous Gulaba base camp. Considering Gulaba is just an hour’s drive from Manali, it makes accessing Bhrigu Lake meadows very easy. The trek is an out-and-out grassland trek. Within ten minutes of starting out of the fabulous Gulaba base camp. Considering Gulaba is just an hour’s drive from Manali, it makes accessing Bhrigu Lake meadows very easy. It is one of the best places to visit in Himachal.
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Kalpa is a small town in the Sutlej river valley, above Recong Peo in the Kinnaur District. Huddled under a blanket, a drowsy opening of the eyes as the curtain is pulled back: and there stands the mighty Kinner Kailash mountain range in Himachal Pradesh.
Kinnaur is believed to be a gift from Heaven to her lover Earth. Kinnaur is a very high-altitude place that appears to be connecting earth and sky.
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Shoja is a Himalayan hamlet (8500 ft asl) 5 km short of Jalori Pass. The Shoja area is blessed with exceptional Himalayan beauty and is excellent for walks, treks, bird watching, and a nature experience. The area around Shoja is part of the Great Himalayan National Park. There are numerous habitats for explorations from the bush forest of Oak, Conifer, and Bamboo, to gentle alpine meadows; from swift-flowing rivers to high alpine glaciers.
The place is situated in between Sangla and chitkul. The landscape here is a little different from what one might commonly see. The huge rocks and orange-red trees make for a pretty picture.
Hiking up to Rackcham from Sangla is another good option to enjoy this place to the fullest. Do not skip this pretty sight.
Thanedar is at about 80 km from Shimla on the old Hindustan – Tibet road. Set at an altitude of about 7700 ft / 2350 M, from here unfolds a magnificent panorama of mountains. The farthest of them are cloaked in snow, others are deodar clad or draped in a soft blue haze. In a gorge, some 6,000 feet below and clearly visible to the naked eye, flows the River Sutlej. Thanedar & its surroundings enjoy a special place in Himachal history. In 1916 Samuel Stokes, a social worker from Philadelphia brought the first apple saplings to this place he had adopted as his home.
One can still see the ‘Starking Delicious’ apple orchard that he planted there. Nestled amongst the acres of apple & cherry orchards that drape the mountain slopes in this region, is the Banjara Orchard Retreat – an eco-friendly getaway that will enchant nature lovers.
Chitkul is at a height of 3450 Meters. This is the last village of India to the side of the Tibet border and so this beautiful village is also by the side of the Baspa river. This village is located at a distance of 28 KM from Sangla. While traveling to Chitkul valley, the river Baspa will be on your right side. On the way, you will pass through Rakcham village.
There are several campsites located within the apple gardens by the side of the Baspa River. While traveling to Chitkul valley, the river Baspa will be on your right side. On the way, you will pass through Rakcham village. There are several campsites located within the apple gardens by the side of the Baspa River.