JIbhi Waterfall

Jibhi Waterfall

Approached through a beautiful winding walk along a narrow stream, lies the gorgeous Jibhi waterfall. The water comes falling down a steep rock face down into two circular ponds from where it cascades down into the stream. The most likely place for you to see a rainbow. 

Jalori Pass and meadows of Shoja

Jalori Pass & Meadows of Shoja

From Jibhi, a mere 12 km away is Jalori Pass. Approached through the steep winding national highway 305, passing through the beautiful meadows of Shoja. The drive takes about an hour and you gain an altitude of close to 1440 meters (4500 ft), the view of the valley and the surrounding mountains is breath-taking. For those who love star gazing, this is the ideal spot to lookout for the milky way.

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Serolsar Lake

Serolsar is a beautiful lake which is approached through a trek of about 5.5 km from Jalori pass. The lake is located at an altitude of 3199 m. It is surrounded by thick vegetation of alpine forests and the trek leading to it is through open meadows and dense oak forests.

 There is a myth that even if a small leaf falls into the Lake, the birds around takes them out of the lake and keeps the water crystal clear. The water of the lake is believed to have medicinal properties. The Lake has a narrow walking track lined up with thick tall trees on the outer side. On one side of the Lake is a small temple of Buddha Nagini. The devotees worship and offer ghee to the deity. It is said that the lake is very deep and that Budhi Nagin herself lived in a golden palace at the bottom of the lake.

Lambahri top

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Lambhari Top

Lambhari Top is a beautiful meadow at an altitude of 3610 meters. it provides a unparallel 360 degree view of the entire Tirthan valley as well as the snow peaks of the GHNP. Lambhari is approached through a trek which starts from Jalori Pass and usually takes 2 to 3 days with night camps along the way.

Raghupur fort

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Raghupur Fort

Raghupur Fort offers a 360 degree view that stretch as far as the Dhauladhar ranges. Raghupur Fort, also known as Raghupur Garh, is a ruined fort with hardly a few walls standing. Its located at 3198 meters and is approached through a 3 km trek from Jalori Pass. The walk to Raghupur Fort passes through a lovely forest and has spectacular views of the mountains. As you reach the meadows where the fort is located, there are unbelievable views that stretch as far as your eyes can see. Origin and building year of the fort is not known.

Chehni Kothi

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Cheni Kothi

The Tower Temples of Kullu Valley were built primarily as garrisoning stations. As a defensive structure that not only provided a vantage point for safeguarding the village but also served as a storage structure. This tower temple of Chaini is the tallest standing structure of its kind in the entire Western Himalayas. Currently, the Great Tower of Kothi is 45 meters (approx.) tall. This tower survived the devastating 1905 Kangra earthquake, although it lost two of its upper storeys because of the earthquake. A restoration program carried out by the locals helped in the preservation and restoration of this temple. It is believed that this temple was built around the 17th Century by a local King Dhadhu and that’s why this temple is locally known as Dhadhiya Kothi as well. The tower temple stands on a plinth, which is almost 15 meters deep, and is made of locally available stone and deodar wood.

It is located in the Cheni Kothi village at an altitude of 2291 meters and is approachable through a 1-hour trek from the nearest road head.

Great Himalayan National Park

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Great Himalayan National park (GHNP)

The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP), was established in 1984 and is spread over an area of 754 sq km at an altitude of between 1500 and 6000 meters. The Great Himalayan National Park is home to a large number of plants and animal life. They are protected under the strict guidelines of the Wildlife Protection Act of 1972; hence any sort of hunting is not permitted. In June 2014, the Great Himalayan National Park was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. The Unesco World Heritage Site Committee granted the status to the park under the criteria of “outstanding significance for biodiversity conservation”.