Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek

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23rd Dec 2014
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 1/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Belting Trouts
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 2/26 by Karan Jaiswal
With another companion :p
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 3/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Somewhere near Bilas Pur
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 4/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Somewhere near Bilas Pur
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 5/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Trout Fishing area, We named it Caribbean Island
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 6/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Trout Fishing area, We named it Caribbean Island
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 7/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Trout Fishing area, We named it Caribbean Island
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 8/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Our diversion from Aut Tunnel
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 9/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Our diversion from Aut Tunnel
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 10/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Enjoying Old Monk n Fish
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 11/26 by Karan Jaiswal
The Last Sun Beam @Kasol
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 12/26 by Karan Jaiswal
@Shoja
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 13/26 by Karan Jaiswal
On the Way to Jalori Pass
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 14/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Only 5 Km more to go
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 15/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Our Route
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 16/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Snow Bed
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 17/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Returning Back from Jalori
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 18/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Returning Back from Jalori
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 19/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Returning Back from Jalori
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 20/26 by Karan Jaiswal
@ Shoja

Our Tirthan Valley and Jalori pass Trip was one of my best trips ever,

We 3 friends started our trip in Hundai Sportz car from Delhi in night around 11 PM (With 8 old Monk bottles), we were driving on our own, our first stoppage was at Murthal for mouth watering Paratha's, Butter and Lassi. Around 2:00 AM we reached Ropar, one of my friends home was there, we stayed for night in his home and in morning had awesome Authentic Punjabi Breakfast, and started our journey.. we stopped at Bilaspur for few drinks with Sutlej river fresh fishes and Lunch,

Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 21/26 by Karan Jaiswal

Way to Trithan valley cuts from the right side of Aut Tunnel, and before reaching Trithan we were already one bottle Rum Down :p, we reach trithan valley arround 7 PM in evening and shocked to see there was no electricity, and heard from people that there is no electricity in the valley from past 7 days, We thought this trip is going to be crap now, but this trip become one of most memorable trip of mine, as we stayed there for 3 days peacefully away from our phones, people, electricity and lived there like a local. Same night we opened our second bottle of Rum (Temperature there was -2 degrees) at bourne fire, and had it with Trout Fish and chicken.

Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 22/26 by Karan Jaiswal

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,

Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 23/26 by Karan Jaiswal

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 :)

Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 24/26 by Karan Jaiswal
Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 25/26 by Karan Jaiswal

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.

Photo of Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek 26/26 by Karan Jaiswal

On coming back we again stayed at Ropar at our frnds place for a night and had Sutlej river fishes and had drinks there..

Heaven for Trout fish lover; u can actually try trout fishing; and we got the package with unlimited food including Trout fish ; in Kasol which u get 400 - 600 Rs per fish,

Trithan valley is Almost like Parvathi valley but still untouch from the crowd; so if you want some isolation from the world, i Recommend this trip. 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. The view from jalori pass was breath taking, astonishing, And atmosphere with fresh Oxygen :)

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i love tirthan valley..its beautiful and rustic, reminede me of my own visit there last year :)
Sat 08 22 15, 12:38 · Reply (1) · Edit · Delete ·
Yes, Totally agreed, and the best part of my trip was; we relaxed peacefully as this place is not yet commercialized, like Kasol;
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