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Jogini Falls

Anjana. P
My day started with hot aloo parathas and omelets in a quiet dhaba in Manali. Place of action for the day was Jogini Falls. Ever since I saw this beautiful waterfalls in movie 96, I was longing for this moment. Jogini trek is a moderate trek of 3 kms and starts from the Vashisht temple. There were many snow patches in transit and a good trekking shoe comes in handy for this trek. After around 2 hours of hiking I reached the foot of waterfall. Jogini falls is tucked away from the crowds and rushes of Manali and that makes this place even more serene. Views of snow clad Himalayas that the trail had to offer were very refreshing amidst the hike.  I also explored the famous Hadimba temple and had an evening stroll at the Mall road.
Pallav Diwan
The Jogini Fall : you just can't take your eyes off from the view 😍. it's a remote waterfall you have to walk nearly 3km from vashist temple. The path is  beautiful and was surrounded with apple trees. You can enjoy fresh apples that too very low price. Once we reached you can see the pics what we found it was just amazing..
Vishal Vishwakarma
In the last day we traveled Vashist village from our location to trek and discover Jogini waterfall. It took almost 1 hour to reach that place. With the help of 2 local kid I reached there and clicked some awesome pics
Rashmi Shetty
So once our tummies were full we headed towards the Jogini waterfalls. After a small trek through a narrow lane adjacent to Vashisht temple and going through apple orchards, tall pine trees and small water streams we reached the falls. The fall is formed by a stream which is merged in to Beas River in the downstream.
Akarshan Sapra
Third Day