All tagged Himachal Pradesh
Till now the only way to reach Snowline Cafe (Mcleodganj H.P.) was via the Triund Ridge. Now Sarthak Ohri, an avid reader and hiker contributes a new route that links the best viewpoint in Mcleodganj directly with Snowline Cafe. Avoid the cacophony, be one with nature and enjoy this novel route.
A photo overview of the Mani Mahesh - Kalah Pass trekking trail.
The short 2.3-kilometre trail between Mani Mahesh and Kalah Pass is the best place to watch the sunset over Chamba Kailash. After the dirty Hadsar-Mani Mahesh trail, the Kalah pass trail comes as a breath of fresh air. This is how a trekking trail should be - clean, pristine and accompanied with some breathtaking views. Find out what it takes to walk up to Kalah Pass in our trek overview.
A complete overview of the Hadsar-Mani Mahesh trekking trail.
Is the oft-trodden and much abused Hadsar-Manimahesh trek worth it? We try and answer this question in our Mani Mahesh trek log.
Jalsu Pass is a 3450m pass in the Dhauladhars that connects Kangra and Chamba valleys in Himachal Pradesh. This is an easy to moderate, two day (or more), 37.5 kilometre teahouse trek over lush green meadows with a relatively mellow gradient.
A panoramic video from Jalsu Pass at 3450 metres in the Dhauladhar mountains (Himachal Pradesh).
For those interested in Kareri lake trek here's a short Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) compilation. This FAQ sums up all questions that we received over email on this popular Dhauladhar trek.
Go to our trek log for complete trek coverage or view this trek in pictures.
This is a companion piece to our Kareri Lake trek log. This comprehensive photo gallery lists every landmark on the Kareri lake trek and gives you a pictorial overview of this beautiful trek. For those that do not know, Kareri Lake is a freshwater lake at 2941 metres, nestled in the Dhauladhar mountains.
Kareri Lake (also known as Kumarwah Lake) is a high altitude, shallow, fresh-water lake south of the Dhauladhar range approximately 9 km North West of Dharamsala in Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh. The lake is reached via a 10-kilometre moderate trek over a well-marked trail from Kareri village (roadhead).