Barot Valley: An Emanate Place in Himalayas for Tourists.

Tripoto
22nd May 2016

Evening View from Barot

Photo of Barot Valley: An Emanate Place in Himalayas for Tourists. by Satyam Kumar

Awesome View

Photo of Barot Valley: An Emanate Place in Himalayas for Tourists. by Satyam Kumar

A statue near Fish Farm

Photo of Barot Valley: An Emanate Place in Himalayas for Tourists. by Satyam Kumar

Cylindrical long pipe

Photo of Barot Valley: An Emanate Place in Himalayas for Tourists. by Satyam Kumar

Group pic

Photo of Barot Valley: An Emanate Place in Himalayas for Tourists. by Satyam Kumar

Starting point of trek to Biling

Photo of Barot Valley: An Emanate Place in Himalayas for Tourists. by Satyam Kumar

Rulling Falls

Photo of Barot Valley: An Emanate Place in Himalayas for Tourists. by Satyam Kumar

Palampur Tea Garden

Photo of Barot Valley: An Emanate Place in Himalayas for Tourists. by Satyam Kumar

View from Baijnath

Photo of Barot Valley: An Emanate Place in Himalayas for Tourists. by Satyam Kumar

Baijnath temple

Photo of Barot Valley: An Emanate Place in Himalayas for Tourists. by Satyam Kumar

Once in a month, visit a place you have never been before. 

Doing engineering from H.P, I have covered almost all places in 4 years , but then I heard about Barot Valley which is less explored in Himachal but is not less than a paradise on Earth and is a boon from almighty. People often go to Bir-Biling being the best spot for aerospace paragliding as well as hang gliding not only in Himachal but in India also , but a few kilometer around Biling there's a village called Barot a paradise.

Things to do in Barot:

1.) There's a fish farm , from where you can get High quality Trout(highly nutritious and delicious fish) which is rarely available outside Himachal. But it has opening and closing timing from 9 am to 6 pm and used to be closed on Saturday.

2.) There's a long cylindrical  standing pipe which throws water(kind of fountain) , people usually love standing beneath this pipe and getting themselves wet. There's a small temple just in front of the pipe.

3.) There's a 2 small lakes where one can sit in surreal peace and can enjoy the nature, photography is strictly prohibited here but you can have some. :P

4.) One can have trek to Biling from here and its a origin point to other treks also, although I don't remember the names, pardon me :(

5.) 3 km from here there's a place called Rulling Nala which provides camping and have a prodigious and mesmerizing water fall called Rulling falls.

6.) On the way to Barot , comes a very ancient and popular temple dedicated to Lord Shiva BAIJNATH (which has beautiful carvings showing the excellent architecture from Indian History.)

7.) A few km from here there's a place called Palampur famous for its Tea Gardens.

How to reach here:

One can catch bus from ISBT Delhi to Palampur and from here you can hire a cab or can catch bus also(don't know the timings).

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