Next morning we started to trek down to Nauradhar. Start early so that you can reach by 2 pm or earlier to Nauradhar. Post which you can get a bus to Rajgarh or Solan directly. It will take 3.30 hours approximately. From solan, you can get a bus to Chandigarh and then to Delhi. Or if you want to enjoy an evening in Shimla (3 hours from Solan) as we did you can pick a bus to Shimla to enjoy the evening at Ridge and Mall road. We then took a bus from Shimla at 11 pm to Chandigarh, which dropped us around 4 am at sector 43 Chandigarh bus stop. From there take a Chandigarh state transport bus to sector 17 stop to catch a bus to Delhi.Pro-tip: Start as early as possible to trek upside so that you have enough time to plan for the day. You can get a good stuff easily on the peaks.
Nauradhar is a small hamlet from where you can get basic amenities.We immediately started the trek at 11 am It is a long trek of 18kms with two staying points at Jama Nallah (8 km from Nauradhar) and Teesri (15km from Nauradhar).So the trek started and we exhausted in only a few first km as usual but we continue to uphill. As we don't have a group booking from any travel agency so I thought we might get some accommodation at Jama Nallah, but we did not get.
" Nohradhar is no tourist spot, but it’s a traveler’s delight. The hamlet itself is steeped in an old world quaintness, removed from the mundane machinations of time as it were " – Karandeep MehraRead - Backpacking in Nohradhar, Himachal Pradesh by Karandeep Mehra