The Chanderkhani Pass located in the center of lush green Kullu valley is the most well-known trek of Himachal Pradesh. The Chanderkhani Pass trek is done in any season. But the trek done in winter has a every second charm have different experience. In winter the trek offers enjoyable views of snow laden forests, mountains, meadows, peaks also Inderasan, Deo Tibba, Hanuman Tibba and some well-known ranges such as Bara Banghal Range, Pir Panjal Range, Priyadarshini range. This trek can be done by anyone, even those who have been less to the mountains.
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Solang Valley Resort
Allure Grand Resort Manali
The Katoch Grand Resort
sanjha chulha restaurant
Suma Ropa Restaurant
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North Dakka Glacier
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Interesting facts about Chandrakhani Pass
Chanderkhani Pass trek encompasses a plethora of jaw-dropping sights neighboring to the lovable environs of Himachal Pradesh.
If youin version to obsession for a Himalayan adventure, but have only a handful of days to spare, head to the Chanderkhani Pass without hesitation.
The unbelievable mountains and passes on the subject of Manali appearance to accretion tourism in the region.This is a great launch pad for trekking in the region; the pass is popular for its picturesque beauty. Chandrakhani is 3600m above sea level. Malana village offers a cultural experience all its own.The trail for Chanderkhani Pass actually starts from the Rumsu village. Rumsu is an ancient tribal village just few km’s above Naggar. The trail to the pass passes through in the middle of the village. The temples in the village have beautiful intricate carvings. Houses made with wood and stone are interesting to see the rural architecture.The trail leads through the village of Rumsu and then winds through wonderful meadows and old forests to a pasture above the tree line. The Chandrakani Pass has some cute views of the Kullu valley to the mountains of Lahaul and as Malana comes closer it provides jaw-dropping views of the Deo Tibba.