Exploring the unexplored Banjar Valley of Himachal Pradesh:
Jibhi: A Scenic Hamlet in Banjar Valley
Banjar Valley Part II | Sojha
Romancing the Untouched Hills - Jibhi
Lambhri Hike in Himalayas
Dogs, Cats, Himachali Food and a Badass Couple Welcome You at This Retreat in Tirthan Valley
Banjar Valley Part I | Jibhi
Exploring the less explored in H.P : Serolsar Lake(3200m height)
Weekend Getaway to Tirthan Valley
A hike to Rangthar, i call it "Hidden Paradise of Tirthan Valley".
सिर्फ ₹1500 में तीर्थन नदी किनारे बने इस सुंदर कॉटेज में बिताएँ सुकून के पल!
Experience the Magic of Himalayas at Tirthan Valley
Tucked In Tirthan Valley, There's A Gorgeous Heritage Village That No One Knows About
Top 10 Local Cuisine of Tirthan Valley
Another Solo Quest: Tirthan Valley
Where magic lives...
Tirthan valley - A weekend at a mystical place ensconced within Himachal,the "khol khol" sound of the river flowing from behind the cottage where we put up was like a melody playing in the background, mists came and went like in an enchanted dream, and air so fresh you start feeling energized already, stray horses peep out to look at strangers and wild flowers springs out from every corner, food so fresh I can still feel the taste in my mouth....
Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh
Tirthan Valley Is A Secluded Haven That Offers A Lot More Than You Know
Guide to Exploring the Best of Himachal in Under 5k, 10k, 15k
Halcyon valley Tirthan
HIMACHAL'S MOST POETIC VALLEY
Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek
The Himalayan Trout House: Resort with really good people and services; when we visited Tirthan valley there was Power outage because of heavy snowfall, But people here always helped us with batteries, hot water and other basic amenities..we were really impressed with the type of treatment we got.. in such harsh conditions from these people Jalori Pass, Ht 3100 meters, We started driving from Trithan Valley to Banjar (15 Km Aprrox) and on the way we given lift to a local Girl Mamta Thakur; we were shocked to here she was coming from Kullu only by walking; we parked our car at Banjar (our vehicle was not able to move ahead because of snow) and started our trek around 8 am in the morning, from our starting point the distance to jalori pass was 16 km Mamta thakur was from Shoja village which was almost half the way of jalori pass. we walked togthere upto Shoja with her, then she invited us to her house and offered us maggie and guided us which rout to follow for jalori pass, Jalori Pass is an awesome trek we witnessed good landscapes, snowfileds, Naggar castle and ends on Jalorri pass i.e. 3223 Meters, if you follow the same rout u can also trek upto shimla and Manali....