Since it isn’t a popular tourist destination, there isn’t any set list of things to do or places to see in Bairagarh. There are no defined “view points or gardens nor are there any cafes, restaurants or local chillspots. What it does have though are the basic requirements of an ideal mountain getaway, i.e. lovely weather, splendid views, friendly and simple people and a lot of peace and quiet. Much like the law school that I went to, it is a place that becomes whatever you make of it.
What to do
Explore. Explore. Explore. Bairagarh is a gateway to some great places. If you have the gumption and energy to go out and search, you are likely to find some fascinating places.
Since Bairagarh is en route to Satrundi, the first and most obvious expedition that you could undertake is the drive/ride to, well, Satrundi. The point of exit from Bairagarh is where the tarmac ends. From there, it’s 25-odd kilometres of trail that gets progressively worse and more narrow. The silver lining is that this route takes you through some incredible and diverse landscapes. Initially, you motor through dense forests and lush greenery. Then, the vegetation disappears and you make your way into a more barren land dotted with flowing streams and waterfalls.