Attractions

Attractions

Gulaba some say is a better alternative for Rohtang Pass. It is 18 km away from the hotel and 25 km from Rohtang pass. This place is considered to be a starting point to Brighu lake trekking. The area is filled with picturesque scenery.

Rohtang Pass is a high mountain pass on the Eastern Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas around 42 km from The Hotel. It connects the Kullu Valley with the Lahaul and Spiti Valleys of Himachal Pradesh. The pass provides a natural divide between the Kullu Valley with a primarily Hindu culture (in the south), and the arid high-altitude Lahaul and Spiti valleys with a Buddhist culture (in the north).

Arjun Gufa the great Pandav Arjun mediated here to get the possession of the powerful ‘Pashupati Astra’ from Indra. At approximately 2 kms a visible lake called Kunt Bhayo lake and a Kunti Mata Temple is located. Arjun Gufa offers ancient beauty and unending silence.

Kunzum la or the Kunzum Pass (Altitude 4,551 m (14,931 ft)) is the entrance pass to the Spiti Valley from Lahaul. It is 21 km (13 mi) from Chandra Tal This district is connected to Manali through the Rohtang Pass. To the south, Spiti ends 24 km (15 mi) from Tabo, at the Sumdo where the road enters Kinnaur and joins with National Highway No. 22

Lahol Spiti a district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh consists of the two formerly separate districts of Lahaul and Spiti.

The two valleys are quite different in character. Spiti is more barren and difficult to cross, with an average elevation of the valley floor of 4,270 m (14,010 ft). It is enclosed between lofty ranges, with the Spiti river rushing out of a gorge in the southeast to meet the Sutlej River. It is a typical mountain desert area with an average annual rainfall of only 170 mm (6.7 in)

Naggar situated on the left bank of river Beas at an Altitude of 2,047 meters, Naggar is an ancient town in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, India. It was once capital of the Kullu kingdom.

Naggar Castle the official seat of kings for centuries. was built by Raja Sidh Singh more than 500 years ago. According to a legend, he used stones from the abandoned palace (Gardhak) of Rana Bhonsal to build the castle. He ordered the labourers to form a human chain over the Beas river connecting its left and right banks to transfer the stones manually. The castle survived the earthquake of 1905. While most houses in the valley and the nearby city of Jawa were completely ruined, the castle's use of earthquake-proof techniques helped it sustain despite the calamity.

Rahala Falls is a Cascade and Punchbowl type of a waterfall located 16 km from Manali on the way to Rohtang Pass.

Best Activities Trekking, Paragliding, Fishing

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