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- Jeep Safari
- Mountain Biking
From Shimla (1,920m) drive through the breathtaking gorges of the Greater Himalayas to Kalpa (2,900m/290-km). Overnight at Timberline Trekking camp in Kalpa.
Drive to Recong Peo (2,290m/13-km) and the new Buddhist monastery built to commemorate His Holiness Dalai Lama'’ Kalchakra sermon and onward to the ancient village of Pangi. Drive back to Kalpa and take a short trek to village Rogi, lunch will be served en route. After tea at the trekking camp in Kalpa walk to Chinni village. These villages offer a good opportunity to observe the lifestyle of the inhabitants. Return to the camp for an overnight stay.
From Kalpa drive to Baspa valley also known as the Sangla valley, it is by far the most beautiful valley of Himachal Pradesh full of wooded slopes as far as Chitkul (3,435m/80-km). Overnight stay at the trekking camp in Chitkul.
Trek through the lush green meadows to the grazing fields of Nagasti on the bank of river Baspa, after lunch on the riverbank return to the trekking camp in Chitkul for overnight stay.
Drive to Sarahan (1,920m/122-km) a beautiful village surrounded by apple orchards and dominated by Shrikhand Mahadev Peak (5,155m), which resembles a Shivling and is famous for the Bhimakali temple. Overnight stay at a hotel.
Drive to Shoja via Jalori pass. Shoja is a small village 108-km away at an altitude of over 8,000 ft. Overnight stay at the campsite.
Early morning trek along the road to Jalori pass (4-km/10,280 ft.) where one can appreciate the nature’s bounty. A temple of Mahakali called Jalori Mata attracts a lot of pilgrims from faraway villages. After breakfast, trek to Raghupur fort ruins with packed lunch. The trek offers breathtaking views of the area as one crosses over the ridge. They unfold many legends of the past. Return to Jalori Pass in the evening. Dinner and overnight stay in the tents in the meadows adjacent to the pass.
After breakfast trek to Sereolesar Lake through a thickly forested narrow path. The onward trek is smooth and downhill. The Sereolesar Lake is worshipped and there is a temple of a deity called “Burinagin”, who according to the legend had 100 Snake sons. After lunch trek back to the camp, which is an uphill and a little taxing walk (5-km). Arrive in the evening, dinner and overnight stay at the camp.
An hour’s drive to Goshani through the beautiful valley of Tirthan. Goshaini is a small village located in Tirthan valley along the banks of river Tirthan. It is the starting point for the treks to Bachleo Pass and the Great Himalayan National Park. Apple, pear orchards and the hills around add to the serenity of the village.
Back to Kullu Onward destination.