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The Chandrakhani Pass Trek, a fascinating and breathtaking trekking route, is devoted to a great legend and offers magnificent views of Deo Tibba and the Pin Parvati mountains. A thousand year old legend says that Jamlu, the presiding deity of Malana, was carrying a basket containing Gods of Kullu. He opened the basket at the top of the pass. A strong wind blew the Gods all over the Kullu valley to their present abodes. The valley is known as the Valley of Gods. The Malana Village is a strong visual of culture in itself and adheres to old traditions.
The Chandrakhani Pass is known for its beauty. Chandrakhani is 3600m above sea level and offers magnificent sights of the Deo Tibba peak, Pir Panjal and Parbati Mountains. The trekking in Himachal normally starts from Naggar village located 21 kms away from Manali. The sight of Pir Panjal range to the North and the smaller Shivaliks to the South is quite potent from this Pass.
From Naggar the trail heads up to an altitude of 2,700 meters at Ganachalani en route to Rumsu. The trail passes through a thick forest of deodar, pine and chestnut. From Ganachalani the trek turns to Celanti at 3,500 meters, which is 12 kilometers of trail and takes about 5 to 6 hours.
The journey then snakes through a crazy and rocky track to Chandrakhani Pass and one can enjoy the magnificent view of the Ghalpo Peaks of Lahaul- Dharamsura , and Papsura. The peaks in the upper Tosh valley, and the snow capped Himalas extending to the head of the Parvati Valley are also seen. From the pass, the trail to Dadru remains about 100 meters below the ridgeline for a further 2-3 kms. It descends to the meadow at Nagarvani. From Dadru the trek moves to Malana and thereafter starts descending to the valley at Jari.
DAY 1 : Patlikuhl -Rumsu- Naya Thapru (4 Kms Trek)
DAY 2 : Naya Thapru - Chandrakhani Pass - Base of Chandrakhani Pass (9 Kms Trek)
DAY 3 : Base of Chandrakhani Pass - Rumsu (9 Kms Trek)