Gaidhar in Tirthan Valley offers thrilling trekking near the Great Himalayan National Park. The waterfall's foggy view is relaxing.
Green meadows and peaceful river streams await you. It's UNESCO-protected and has stunning wildlife.
To get to the waterfall, hikers have to cross a hiking trail. It's interesting to walk along the trekking path and reach the waterfall in a tiny village.
The journey to Jalori Pass is exciting, and the views of the Himalayan Mountains and valleys are breathtaking.
The valleys' stunning splendor makes the temple impressive. The inside is decorated with historical carvings and architecture.
One of Tirthan valley's best trekking spots is Serolsar Lake. Locals benefit from lake water's healing qualities.
To see the Himalayas, hikers can camp around the temple. A peaceful meadow next to the temple is stunning.
This river is a Tirthan Valley attraction for water sports and adventure. River visitors can fish, boat, and zip line.
Between Shimla and Manali lies this little Tirthan River settlement. Gushaini's small roadways reveal fascinating mountain scenes.