Known as “Himachal’s Best Kept Secret”, Tirthan Valley situated at an altitude of 1600 meters above sea level is a fortune for someone craving adventure. Located in the district of Kullu, the name Tirthan Valley has been derived from the Tirthan River, that flows through it. With scenic views, this spectacular valley offers a variety of things that you can do in order to rejuvenate yourself from all the stress.
Catkin Outdoor, being the best travel agency in Chandigarh, has come up with a list of a few things you can do and places you can visit in Tirthan Valley.
Situated in the midst of The Great Himalayas, Tirthan Valley offers splendid terrain for trekkers. You can trek to Shilt hut, that has steep terrain. Also, you can continue your trek one the next day to Rolla hut. A hike from Rolla to Gushaini will give you plenty of time to admire nature.
For people who love fishing, Tirthan River, home to trout fish, allows you to enjoy angling with special permission from Himachal Government. So don’t forget to take your fishing rod while visiting Tirthan Valley!
In the calm and quiet valley, river crossing is a must for people looking for a little push to ignite the fire of a real adventurer in them. A person is tied to a harness and has to cross the tempestuous water of the river. No need to worry, you get to experience this under supervision!
While visiting the valley you can opt for this adventure sports as well. Many operators, train people for rock climbing.
Visit Great Himalayan National Park
Expanded over an area of 1100 square kilometers, this park can be visited by ardent bird lovers and people who like to stay in camps. The park is home to the snow leopard, along with 375 fauna species that comprises around 31 mammals, 181 birds, 3 reptiles, 9 amphibians, 11 annelids, 17 molluscs, and 127 insects. Well, if you are lucky who knows what you might encounter!
A 2-kilometer trek from Nagini Valley will take you to Chhoie Waterfall. You can sit back and relax while listening to the gushing water or maybe take a dip!
The villages surrounding Tirthan Valley connect you to various markets you can explore and buy souvenirs. Who wouldn’t want to remember such a beautiful trip!
Staying in the Guest Houses with a Scenic View
The gorgeous wooden guest houses lie in the middle of the landscape, providing a beautiful view to the visitors who chose to stay inside on a rainy day.
Nearly 1500 years old castle known as Chehni Kothi, of the former king of Kullu, Rana Dhodia is a spectacle to watch. It is 10 storeys high, built in the traditional Himachali architecture.
The glistering waters of Sarosar Lake provide a breathtaking view. You can reach there while trekking through Jalori Pass situated at a distance of 6 kilometers.
Catkin Outdoors, counted among the best travel agency in India, offers a camp site near Tirthan Valley so plan your trip soon in order to experience an adventure of lifetime.