Rasol Tourism & Travel Guide

Trips and Itineraries for Rasol

DAY 2:Next morning we started our trek to Challal.The trek trail is quite beautiful...frm d quevering bridge to soothing sound of Parvati river flowing at d feet of mountain, crossing the woods we reached a camping site...Himalayan Camping Site, where we booked two tents.Along d whole trek dogs are definitely going to accompany you.So if you are scared of dogs dont worry dese won't harm you.Sitting by d the riverside,looking upon verdure it really felt away from the stresses of mundane life.Listening to d music of nature,feet dipped in cold water n d view of lush green forest,perfect food for weary eyes I could feel d calmness inside me.The thoughts got clearer with positivity embracing me.After relaxing we moved further for Rasol trek.It was a 3hr steep trek on narrow n tricky trail.Its a small village with so many innocent ppl meeting on d way.Had a bite at some cafe dere n den we moved bck to our camping site.Chit chatting beneath the blanket of stars around bonfire we spent d nyt playing cards n gossiping ;) DAY 3:After having breakfast at 'Moon Dance Cafe' we started our trip back to shimla.As earlier we had nyt trip so couldn't witness d nature beauty enroute Bhuntar to Kullu.Although we live in Shimla only but nature shows its different colors here in Kullu.The picturesque view of large mountains with river Beas flowing alongside is quite mesmerising.It all seemed to be a scenery from a fairytale!...

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Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 175105, India
We took a night Volvo from Chandigarh and reached Bhunter at 6 a.m. from where we took a local for Kasol. We had a little idea that Kasol is crowded and there is a place Chalal that comes on the way and is a much better option for a stay. So we enquired from the local people and got off four kilometres before Kasol at a temple from where a way leads into the valley. We crossed a bridge which gave us those ‘Gori Tere Pyaar Me’ movie feels (For those who haven’t seen the movie, a reference is being made to a swinging scary bridge, in fact most bridges in rural areas that dwindle and swing as you walk, so much that you keep saying to the sky, *Bhagwaan aaj bacha lo*). We crossed the bridge and found a trail next to the majestic Parvati river that had cafés and guest houses by its sides. We chose a nice little guest house that looked more like a hostel and it cost us just 500 bucks for a room per night. The manager Siddharth shared his name with my brother and was very hospitable (And I can’t resist mentioning that he had a brilliant American accent that depicted his experience in job and with travellers).
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Kasol, Himachal Pradesh 175105, India

About Rasol

The next village we hike to is Rashol, a village comprising of 150 households, a school, a waterfall and wonderful people. To get here one has to go through a four hour trek. The trek route is craggy and scenic. This village is nick named Magic Rashol by many travellers because of the magnificent views it has to offer both during night and day. There's magic unfolding here all twenty-four hours of the day. A place where you just sit tight and watch time pass. Being a small village tucked away deep in the hills, there is nothing much to do here. If you don't want to sit around in the village, you can explore further and take the short treks to Rashol top or Virhim which generally takes not more than 2 hours.Elevation: 8497ft ASL

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