Posted on: January 26, 2021 Posted by: hexaone Comments: 0
kasol travel guide

Located in the beautiful state of Himachal Pradesh and, also at an altitude of about 3000 meters above sea level, it is one of the most well-known trekking destinations.

This destination is one of the most beautiful valleys in India, Parvati Valley. This place attracts a lot of tourists and trekkers for its mesmerizing beauty and also has a religious significance to it. According to the Hindu theology, Lord shiva’s younger son Kartikeya meditated in the khir Ganga for years making it very religiously important. The trek is pleasant and offers some incredible views.

Since it is a very popular trekking destination, it has some sort of development here as one can visit the beautiful cafés and enjoy the local food here. One can also visit the Rudra Nag temple. One can also view a waterfall here and the path gets steeper after the waterfall until one starts spotting the blue and yellow huts which indicate the final milestone of the Kasol Kheerganga Trek which is its top.

One can enjoy the scenes of the beautiful snow-capped mountains of Himachal Pradesh and also the small streams and rivers flowing from the top. One can enjoy and rest at various stop points that are made for tourists and travelers so as to have a safe and sound trek.

Kasol is like a hamlet in the district of Kullu of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.

One can enjoy so many places in this particular region that this place just stays in your heart forever. Some of these places are:-

1. Manikaran sahib:

being a sacred place for the Sikhs, it is a holy gurudwara located in this state and is the most renowned pilgrimages site in Sikhism and is one of the best places to visit in Kasol. A hot spring is also located here which also holds very religious importance.

2. Parvati River :

originating from the ManTalai Glacier, the calming waters of the Parvati river are one of the things that allure tourists and travelers from all over. Even though this place isn’t ideal for adventurous activities because of the beauty it holds flooring between the mountain ranges, it still manages to catch a lot of attention.

3. Kheer Ganga peak:

Kheerganga is also known as nature’s paradise, as it has some hot water springs and also known for its spellbound beauty.

Since it is a very popular trekking destination, it has some sort of development here as one can visit the beautiful cafés and enjoy the local food here. One can also visit the Rudra Nag temple. One can also view a waterfall here and the path gets steeper after the waterfall until one starts spotting the blue and yellow huts which indicate the final milestone of the Kasol Kheerganga Trek which is its top.

4. Tosh village :

Tosh is located at an elevation of 7,847ft above sea level which is the passage to the beautiful Pir Parvati Pass. The thrilling Tosh river connects to the main river at Pulga which can be encountered by people who come here.

One can figure out they have reached at tosh if they observe that a smaller stream that is river tosh, gets connected with Parvati river. Also a fact, Tosh is actually home to the tributary of the river Parwati also called as river Tosh by the natives.

5. Malana Village:

a beautiful village located in the lap of the Himalayas, Malana is a place that has been a cutaway from the rest of the world due to its location. But is definitely a place for beauty and if one wants to spend some days at peace in the lap of mother nature, this might be the perfect place for them.

6. Beas Kund Trek:

Beas Kund trek is a very famous trek in Manali, Himachal Pradesh. One can easily guess that the main feature of this trek is the river Beas that flows through Manali. The entire trek has beautiful scenery of luscious green grass all around and covered up with mountains on all sides. There is a lake out of which river Beas emerges. It somehow looks like beautiful scenery as there is grass everywhere and a stream that flows through it and covered up with mountains which is very soothing for one’s eyesight. The river also itself holds very historical importance as it was said that Vyas Rishi from Mahabharatha took bath here.

This trek can be done by beginners. One can encounter big snow-capped mountains like Hanuman Tibba, the eye-pleasing grasslands of Bakarthach and Dhundhi. One gets to trek amidst the deodar forest and hear the beautiful sound of the river, the wildlife and the subtle noises of the villages nearby.

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