If you're in the mood for a longer hike, the 8-km walk to the gate of the Great Himalayan National Park is breathtakingly beautiful. The winding trail goes through the outskirts of the forest and is canopied by tall trees, incredibly green leaves and colourful butterflies of all sizes. As you hike towards the gate, you will be greeted by tiny waterfalls and the smiling faces of locals who live in two villages on the way. The best spot on the trail, however, is a gigantic step waterfall, just 100 metres away from the gate.
Get your heart pumping and legs working, as you explore Tirthan Valley on a bike. Depending on your interest and fitness level, you can go on half day or full day trails. Raju's Guest House offers bikes on rent, starting at Rs 300. You can even take a guide or local along on your adventure for a charge of Rs 300 onwards.
If you are in Tirthan Valley between March and October, then be sure to try angling. The Tirthan River is full of trout fish, and if you manage to catch one or two, dinner can be a feast for you. Raju's offers fishing poles on rent at Rs 800, an amount which also includes a fishing license and some basic lessons.
Delhi is the closest metro city to the guesthouse and is around 495km away.
By bus: Take a Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) or private bus till Aut. From there you can either take a direct taxi to the guesthouse for around Rs 1,000, or a local bus till Banjar for Rs 35, and another bus till Gurshaini for Rs 15. The total time for the complete journey from Delhi is around 14 to 15 hours.
By flight: Fly from Delhi to Bhuntar Airport. From there, get a taxi to Gurshaini.
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