Pabbar Valley is ahead of Shimla in Himachal Pradesh (India) and located in the still non-touristy mountains amongst the most prosperous apple orchard belt of India, with deep forests of deodar and oak. Our road trip to the Pabbar Valley was really exciting. We fell in love with its deep emerald valleys, undulating hills, innumerable apple and cherry orchards, forested mountainsides, sparkling streams and rivers, quaint villages with wooden houses enhanced with pretty shale roofs, ancient temples; the Pabbar Valley which peaks at the snow clad Chanshal mountain range. We had gone there in late October and were able to drive upto Chirgaon just 33.5 kms short of Chanshal Pass as the road ahead was snowbound and not in very good condition.
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Pabbar valley trek, located in the rural settings of Shimla is less frequented trek yet spectacular and alluring. It goes through the most prosperous apple orchards and lush green forests of Himachal Pradesh to a decent heightening pass. The trek is known after its major river Pabbar, with numerous tributary streams flowing down to the lower inhabitation.The Chandernahan lakes are surrounded by the massive mountain ranges capped with snow. The natural beauty of gleaming lakes, splashing torrents and gripping landscapes are the one of impressive aspects of the Pabbar valley trek. The trek remains open from May to October and reaches the altitude above 13000ft. It is a great trek indulging into the region which is very less frequented by the tourists, rich in culture and the full of ancient temples.