A spirited trek uphill to the Devkanda mandir, which is on the highest peak in the Valley. Reaching there you can enjoy is a spectacular view of the valley below and of snow peaks and Himalayan Forest on the other side. We recommend camping up there on the peak on a full moon night and coming down the day after. Though the descent is quicker and less tiring it takes skill and a keen sense of balance. Recommended only for skilled walkers/trekkers with stamina and perseverance.
The beautiful river Tirthan flows through Tirthan Valley and offer this thrilling adventure sport for visitors. At many places you can enjoy river-crossing sport. Objective of river crossing is to reach from one bank to the other end over the flowing river. By tying you with a safety hook and harness you have to pull the rope to reach to the other bank. While crossing you get to witness the turbulence of the icy cold river just beneath yourself.
Rock climbing is another adventure sport that is undertaken by a lot of travelers while visiting the valley. We have operators with specialized staff that train and assist adventure enthusiasts who are interested in partaking of the sport.
Take a stroll to Apple orchards in the valley, which is on the other side of river. Recommend taking a riverside trek till the Fishing farm, crossing the fantastic traditional Water Mill and climb through the village road to our Apple orchards. Plan to enjoy lunch there and stroll back to hotel through the dense forest of deodar and oak.
Gushaini in Tirthan Valley is a major attraction for Trout Fishing enthusiasts. This is one of the last stretches of Rivers in Himachal that haven't been affected in any manner by Hydro projects. Wild Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout are found here and the license from fisheries will give access to about 45 kms of river where there are innumerable areas where one can set base for angling. Himachal Government has specifically declared Tirthan river as an angling reserve and taken a decision not to allow any hydro power project on this river as well as it’s tributaries in order to maintain it’s aquatic biodiversity. Every year fingerlings of brown as well as rainbow trout are stocked in this river by the department.
Jalori Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 10,800 ft (3.120m) above the sea level, situated in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. The pass is the nearest mountain pass from Delhi, approximately 600 km away, and features on every adventure tourist’s map. Make sure you get your vehicle and yourself well prepared before driving this road. At the top of the Jaluri pass there are restaurants available to take lunch, and a Mahakali temple known as Jalori Mata, visited by thousands of devotees from the nearby villages. Jalori Pass is the first Indian pass to open every year, and is drivable by all vehicles, but are advised to go down in first gear only, according to Indian signals. This pass remains closed in peak on winter only. So in months of December, January and February you need to check before using this road. Usually opens around second week of March every year and closes mid December, depending on the snow.
From our Hotel climb the 4000 feet high mountain, which is located in the back of our property to have a fantastic 270-degree view of the Tirthan valley. Not to forget to visit the source of fresh water in the mountain from where we get the fresh Himalayan drinking water.
A refreshing sight of two waterfalls only a short distance apart from one another is something you do not want to miss. Located on the walking trail, they lie at walking distance of one hour.
Devat Farm has a varied collection of books and audio for you to just sit and relax with the charming beauty of valley.
Serloskar Lake, another major attraction of the village is located about 5 kms from Jalori Pass. The lake has clear water, which remains so despite of several leaves falling in to it. The place is better known for its temple devoted to Goddess Budhi Nagin. It is believed that the Goddess has hundred sons and acts as a guardian of the place. The walk to the lake is equally enchanting from Jalori pass, with thick cover of oak trees.