lam dal lake, the longest lake in Dhauladhar Mountains of Dharamsala
Mostly people refer Mountains as nothing but a heap of granite boulder and rocks…may be, but these days, it is opposite!
Mountains Love This is not about the height or difficulty level of Mountain Pass….it’s more than that! I got up early by 03:30 am to get ready for my third High Mountain but first long duration and length hike with all ration and cooking stuff on backpack. Left home around 5:40 am and was at Ramman…Read more
How was our Date with Death at Panchal Deva Mountains They hire two senior guides for their exit trek from one of the remotest points. All of it started with one experienced trekker, two trekkers and businessmen. One energetic wanderer and one amateur trekker all from Himachal Pradesh. It was the beginning of our Date…Read more
Triund the Jewel of Dharamsala, the smart city. Dharamsala a small town of Kangra district in Himachal Pradesh. This town was well famous for having been surrounded by Cedar or Deodars trees. We still have Deodars, but their number is declining in main Dharamshala and near by tourist attractions. Mcleodganj,Naddi and Bhagsu Nag are famous…Read more
Epic Trail Run over Hollow Hills Trail Run over Hollow Hills Hills and Mountains have fascinated my soul ever since myself was of around one feet of height! I always wanted to see what lies behind that hill or the mountain. But I didn’t knew, one day I’d have an epic trail run over the…Read more
How to Go Hiking Trekking to Billing, the Second Best Paragliding Launch Site of Asia in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh.
Billing is the Second Best Para-gliding Launch Site of Asia in Himachal Pradesh, distt Kangra and is linked via road and the jungle hiking trail as well.
Indrahar Pass Indrahar Pass a mountain Pass at an altitude of 4,342 metres (14,245 ft) beyond Triund Hill, Snow-Line Cafe and Illaqa, a traditional gateway to Chamba/Bharmour from Dharamsala. When there was no road connectivity the people of Chamba and Kangra used Indrahar Pass to travel both side and it was not only for hikers, whole…Read more