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Derives its name from combination of words Nullah (water stream). It is a side valley at the top of the Kullu Valley in Himachal Pradesh, India 14 km northwest of the resort town Manali on the way to Rohtang Pass, and is known for its summer and winter sport conditions.

The sports most commonly offered are:

  • parachuting
  • paragliding
  • skating
  • zorbing

The trek to Chandertaal is ideal for first-time trekkers as it packs in everything from crossing a high pass, dark pine forests, open meadows to glacial valleys and stunning views, all of which combine to give you an adventure of a lifetime. It is one of the most fascinating, less frequented and an easy trek, beginning from Manali and leading in to The Lahaul Valley of Himachal Pradesh. The path was also the ancient trade route between the Kullu and Lahaul Valley.The path is also known as ‘stairway to Heaven’.

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RUPIN PASS TREK:

ROOPKUND TREK:

Roopkund Lake is Mystry Lake which situated at the height of 5029m (junargali), in lap of the Himalayan peaks Nanda Ghughuti (6310 m) & Trishuli (7120 m). This Lake also known as Mystery Lake because of human skeletons lying at the bottom and around  of the lake, which  will be visible when the ice melts. Many myth is there about these skalaton but still its mystry.  Roopkund  is situated in Chamoli Garhwal district of  Uttarakhand.The Roopkund trail is a moderate to difficult type  trek , taking us through  forests,  green meadows and  water falls to high-altitude meadows of Bedni Bugyal & Auli Bugyal. Himalaya is extremely rich with legends and area of Roopkund is not an exception. According to one legend Nanda Devi and Shiva passed by this area after a successful fight with demons. Nanda Devi wanted to quench her thirst and Shiva created this lake for her. When Nanda Devi bent over the lake, she could see her clear and beautiful reflection - thus the lake got name "Roopkund" (form/shape lake).

SOLANG VALLEY:

CHANDERTAAL TREK:

Rupin pass connects Uttarakhand to Himanchal, situated in Uttarakashi District of Uttarakhand at an elevation of 4600m , full of adventure & scenery.
Trail pass through quaint villages with beautiful surroundings with culture & tradition, Thick Green forest with various flora & fauna, Stunning view of valley ,Mountains & lush green meadows & wondering campsite. Trekkers respects Pokhu Devata temple in Netwar before proceeding ahead.
It is one of the best trek for photographers & adventure trekkers, treks starts from Dhaula where we can reach by transport from Dehradun. Dehradun well connected to Air, & Railway . During drive Dehardun to Dhaula & Sangla to Manali a perfect jouney through Hill Stations, Towns, Villages & Rivers.

Valley of Flower is a gift of God, which is full of Natural beauty , situated at an altitude of 11000 ft to 12000 above sea level in Chamoli Garhwal district of Uttarakhand. This valley consist various kind of flowers which starts blooming in the month of June, most of the months this valley covered by thick layer of snow, best time to visit this valley is July & August, it is 10 km long & 2 km wide valley, 3km distances from Ghangaria. This valley founded by  Frank S. Smythe, when they are returning from successful MT. Kamet Expedition in 1931, lost their route & reached hear. They were shocked when they seen many kind of beautiful flowers here, named it “Valley of Flower” later he written a book on it. Beside of this valley is Hemkund shrine (15197 ft) famous pilgrimage destination for Sikh religion, from where we can see snow clad peaks , a beautiful lake & Gurudwara. Around the lake we can see bhramkamal, state flower of Uttarakhand. It is 6 km quiet ascend trek from Ghangaria, you can also reach there by pony.

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VALLEY OF FLOWERS:

HIMALAYAN TREKS IN INDIA

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