Manali Sightseeing

In and around Foghills Manali Cottages - Kullu – Manikaran Area,
Rohtang Pass, Naggar Area, Manali Town Area and Hamta Pass Area
Rohtang Pass:
Rohtang Pass offers a panorama and amazing mountain views and serves as the gateway to Lahaul and Spiti valleys in Himachal Pradesh. At an elevation of 13,054 ft, About 53 km from Manali, it connects Kullu valley with Lahaul and Spiti , that inturn provides access to Leh. It is also known for its scenic beauty. The Rohtang Pass is on the Pir Panjal Mountain Range of the Himalayas and also serves as the gateway to Ladakh. The Pass offers beautiful sights of glaciers, peaks, Lahaul Valley and the Chandra River.

The twin peaks of Geypan are also visible from Rohtang. While proceeding to Rohtang pass for its snow attraction one passes through dazzling places enrooted i.e. Nehru Kund , Palchan village, Kothi, Gulaba , Rahla fall, Beas Nullah and Marhi. Rohtang Pass serves having main attraction of tourist due to snow volume lasts till end of July.

Solang Nullah:
Solang Nullha is famous for winter and summer activities where one could ski and snowboarders can enjoy 1.5km of alpine-style runs here. Solang is also a year-round beauty spot, with paragliding, zorbing, quad bikes and offers a carnival-like atmosphere in summer. 13km north of Manali taking the recently installed cable car up to 3200m (the cable car operates in all seasons). Snow may make the road impossible in January and February, which usually means taking a jeep or walking the 3km up from Palchan village on the highway.

Hadimba Temple:
An ancient temple built in 1550 A.D. in a forest grove. Hadimba Devis temple is four tiered with a Pagoda shaped roof and a front door way covered with figures ands symbols.

Manu Maharishi Temple:
Situated in old Manali village of distance of 2 km from the taxi stand . This is the only Temple of Manu who is the great Hindu Law giver. It is approachable by road.

Vashisth Temple:
A fair size village on the left bank of Beas, renowned for its hot sulphur water spring and temple of Vashisth Rishi & Lord Rama. Also can view, the confluence of Beas and Manalsu River.

Tibetan Monastery:
A small Monastery is a peaceful clerring has image of the Buddha & some exquisite tangkhas. Famous for carpet weaving & Tibetan handicrafts.

Vaishno Temple:
A small cave and a shrine with an image of Goddess Vishno other temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva, Rama & Krishna.

Kullu Shawls Weaving Industries:
The Kullu shawls weaving Industries produce export quality handicraft like Hand woven shawls & other handicrafts v/s wall hangings, Kullu Caps, Mufflers & Jackets etc.

Famous for its hot water springs on the river Parvati trace their origin to a legend. The water is so hot that Dal & Rice etc. can be cooked. A well known pilgrimage place on account of ancient Hindu temples and a Gurudwara According to a legend Manikaran is also associated with Lord Shiva & his divine Consort Parvati who lost and recovered her ear ring here. Manikaran means "jewel from the ear" in sanskrit. Jagatsukh

Shiva Temple Shikhara style and interesting old temple of Gaytri Devi & Sharvali created by Pandvas.

Naggar Castle:
It is the old capital of Kullu. The Castle was built by Raja Bhosaal. Now under HPTDC. The Castle is now converted to a Hotel. It is an ideal place for tourists and surrounding scenery is very beautiful.

Roerich Art Gallery:
In Naggar art gallery, the Roerich Museum, which houses a collection of the painting of the Russian Artist Nicholas Roerich .
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