Jalori is a high mountain pass located in the Karsog valley of Himachal Pradesh at an elevation of 3223 metres.
Even the motorable roads are beautifully uneven and receive up to 20 feet of snow during the winter months.
The Serolsar lake in the Kullu region of Himachal Pradesh is one of the most beautiful lakes in India. This lake is situated in the heart of Jalori pass deep forest.
Raghupurgarh Fort is believed to have been built by Mandi rulers. It is roughly 3500 meters above sea level.
Shringa Rishi temple, located in the Banjar valley, boasts exceptional architectural structures. Nearly 19 kilometers separate the temple from the Pass.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site protects Western Himalayan biodiversity throughout. The Park has 754 sq km of natural habitat.
Travelers crowd the Jalori pass from April to November. From December through January, the area receives almost 150 cm of snow, making crossing the pass practically impossible.
Taking a cab from Chandigarh's airport to Jalori Pass in Himachal Pradesh is easy. Your hometown is well connected by road, thus you must rent a private cab.