Tirthan Valley in the Himachal Pradesh state’s Kullu District is positioned at a height of 1600 metres above sea level. Tirthan Valley, which gets its name from the river that runs through it, is located about 3 kilometres from the park’s entrance. This location is a haven for nature enthusiasts and is full of exciting activities.
This valley is most renowned for its trout fishing, trekking, adventure activities, and lovely guesthouses located in nature. The spectacular Himalayas, with snow-covered summits looking over the Tirthan River, are the main attraction here.
For those seeking an adrenaline rush in the tranquil Tirthan Valley, river crossing is a popular adventure sport. A person is secured to a safety harness and transported from one location to another while the raging River Tirthan rushes beneath them. For those who participate in the sport, the river’s extremely cold spray is undoubtedly a motivational aspect.
The village’s Serloskar Lake, another popular destination, is situated about 5 kilometres from Jalori Pass. The lake’s water is crystal clean and continues to be so even after numerous leaves have fallen into it.
With an elevation of 3120 metres above sea level, Jalori Pass is a breathtaking location for hiking and picnicking and is only about 80 kilometres from Kullu. Prepare your shoes, pack a lunch, and pack your suitcase to take in the magnificent vista of the Himalayas, with Dhauladhar stretching out in a line far behind.
Jibhi, which is sometimes referred to as a captivating “hamlet,” is situated in the Tirthan Valley of Himachal Pradesh, between beautiful green trees and a range of colourful mountains. This location is worth visiting because of the thick pine trees, peaceful freshwater lakes, and spotless temples. After seeing this location, you won’t want to leave since you will be enchanted. An added plus are the cosy cottages in the Victorian style where you can stay.
Deodar and oak trees can be found in the Great Himalayan National Park. The Shairopa in Tirthan Valley is where one can purchase permits for the park’s core area. The park offers a variety of hiking opportunities, from simple to moderate hikes to tough to difficult and demanding climbs.
The Tirthan River, a tributary of the Beas, is the clearest area on earth to go fishing. This river, which is teeming with brown and rainbow trout, has grown in popularity among tourists as a destination for anglers over the years.
Many visitors to the valley engage in the adventure sport of rock climbing while there. Many operators have trained and supportive employees who help adventure seekers who are interested in participating in the sport.
If you’re coming from a major city like Delhi, arranging a road trip is the best method to get to Tirthan Valley. Alternatively, you can take a train to the closest stations (Ambala or Kiratpur), where you can then take a bus or arrange a taxi to get to your destination. Bhuntar Airport is the closest one (Two hours ride from Tirthan Valley). When travelling by bus from Delhi or Chandigarh, get out at Aut (which is 3 hours from Manali and 19 kilometres from Bhuntar), then take a cab or a local bus to Banjar or Jibhi. The 30 mile trip from Aut to Tirthan Valley would set you back between 800 and 1000 INR. You will be charged INR 40–50 for a local bus.
The spring/summer season, from March to June, is the ideal time to visit the mesmerising Tirthan Valley. The temperature remains agreeably cold and is ideal for exploring the local flora and animals, particularly the apple orchards and beautiful green meadows. The winter months of November, December, January, and February could also be a great time to visit the valley, especially if you’re seeking for a place that can withstand icy temperatures and precipitation. Beginning in June/July and lasting until August is the monsoon season. The area experiences moderate to heavy precipitation and transforms into a stunning environment, but the explorers find it difficult to navigate because of the drastically reduced visibility.
There are no eating establishments, restaurants, or dhabas outside of hotels, resorts, or guest houses in Tirthan Valley due to its tiny size. However, Banjar, which is some distance from Tirthan Valley, may have restaurants.
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