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Exploring the unexplored Banjar Valley of Himachal Pradesh:
Banjar Valley Part II | Sojha
Banjar Valley Part I | Jibhi
Experience the Magic of Himalayas at Tirthan Valley
Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek
Next morning we went to trek upto a waterfall in jungle, done trout fishing with our Rum :p, Next day we gone for our Main Destination trek Jalori Pass 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 hear 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 kmMamta 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.The view from jalori pass was breath taking, astonishing, And atmosphere with fresh Oxygen :) After coming back from jalori pass, next morning we left hotel and went to Kasol and stayed there for a day, and enjoyed some Hash and Rum in the freezing temperature....
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A hike to Rangthar, i call it "Hidden Paradise of Tirthan Valley".
Exploring the less explored in H.P : Serolsar Lake(3200m height)
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Tirthan Valley – Paradise Unexplored
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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....
Tucked In Tirthan Valley, There's A Gorgeous Heritage Village That No One Knows About
Roadtrip to Jibhi—A Lesser Known Hamlet near Jalori Pass
The Maiden Valleys of Himachal
Overnight Camping in wilderness
Under ₹1500, This Charming Cottage By Tirthan River Will Greet You With Plum Orchards And Four Cats
Of white-outs & landslides: A Road Trip across HP
One Destination - HIMALAYAN GYPSY :: Thar Trails
Trekking with my 6 Year Old in Great Himalayan National Park
Magic in Himalayas
Tirthan Valley: A sneak peek into the trails of Jalori Pass, Serloskar Lake and Gahidhar Falls.
How to reach Tirthan Valley
Pouring Heart out over misty Himachal
Why Travelers from 83 countries including India chose to stay in this cottage in the Himalayas?
In pursuit of snow on Himachal's homecoming odyssey
Jalori Pass Trek
The Great Himalayan National Park: How To Go, What To Do, And All Other Questions Answered
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Shoja-Jalori pass - A hidden gem of Himachal Pradesh
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9 Unusually Fantastic Resorts To Visit With Your Forever & Ever Partner
Sojha- The Quietness Unexplored
Top Ten Drives from Tirthan Valley
Exploring Kutch Solo
I was smitten To stand awestruck bang in the middle of the Indus Valley civilization’s ruins and fossils, marvelling at the immense thrust to town planning 2500 years before Christ was never even dreamt of To have a second opportunity to view the Rann from the exact opposite side of the lake almost 400 kilometres away from where I stood enchanted by the moonlight a few days ago and admit to myself that the Creator did some fun stuff with them brushstrokes was a dream come true To rave about mud, sand and dust when the temperatures were hovering around 40 degree C and we were stranded with no food in sight for over 50 odd kilometres and still be kicked about the idea of witnessing nature in all her glory was me falling in love with that Banjar zameen From my blog post -- http://nomadicthunker.blogspot.in/2014/03/iwander-exploring-kutch-banjar-zameen.html...