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Welcome To Tirthan River View Home Stay In Tirthan Valley

Tirthan River View Home Stay is situated at Village Rupajani Tirthan Valley P.o. Goshaini Teh Banjar Distt Kullu (HP) India
Kullu, India 175123.  Tirthan River view home stay at “Tirthan Valley” Situated near entry point of The Great Himalyan National Park fishing, camping tracking. Kullu is the capital town of the Kullu district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Buffer Zone of the Great Himalayan National Park famous for trout fishing, beautiful river, natural settings, birding , wildlife , camping and various othe. It is located on the banks of the Beas River in the Kullu Valley about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) north of the airport at Bhuntar.

Kullu is a broad open valley formed by the Beas River between Manali and Largi. This valley is famous for its temples, beauty and its majestic hills covered with pine and deodar forest and sprawling apple orchards. The course of the Beas river presents a succession of magnificent, clad with forests of deodar, towering above trees of pine on the lower rocky ridges.

Kullu valley is sandwiched between the Pir Panjal, Lower Himalayan and Great Himalayan Ranges.  Perched at an altitude of over 1600 meters above sea level, the riverside retreat of Tirthan is an adventure-centric getaway blessed with a wealth of nature’s treasures. Located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, Tirthan Valley derives its name from the Tirthan river, which winds its way through it. The pristine river originates from the icy cold glacial springs of Hanskund, a snow-capped peak in the verdant Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP).

If you are looking for solitude out in the wilderness, this is where you need to be. The water can be bone chilling. This is a perfect spot for relaxation in the wild. The non-concrete paths and the forests around the valley makes it one of the most scenic wonders of India. The valley is known for trout fishing. Spend some time here and you might just get lucky with a brown or rainbow trout. A trek around this place and you may be greeted by some waterfall. This is truly a paradise.

Trek to Rakhundi Top

The trek to Rakhundi Top in the Great Himalayan National Park can be as exhilarating and exciting as they come. The view from the top is absolutely breathtaking, with snowcapped mountains on all sides to accompany that unmistakable feeling of accomplishment you would be feeling on the top.

Rakhundi Top at around 3,500 meters above sea level is a trekking experience that is not easily forgettable.

The itinerary for the trek is as follows:

Day 00: Overnight Volvo bus from Delhi to Aut tunnel

Day 01: Trek from Goshaini (1500m) to Rolla (2100): Alight at Aut tunnel, where you shall be received by Great Himalayan Treks personnel. Bus from Aut to Goshaini, a village on the periphery of GHNP. You will be provided a guest house before the start of the trek to freshen up and get ready for the trek. Breakfast will be provided.

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Start walk from Goshaini to Rolla, a 10 KM walk (4-5 hours with lunch and other breaks), an easy walk with very gentle gradient. With mountains on either side and the gushing Tirthan river for company throughout your walk, this walk is the perfect introduction to GHNP, one of natures’s finest work. Camp by the river.

Day 02: Rolla (2100m) to Shilt Thatch (3200m): A 7 KM walk with slightly tough ascents and quick gains in altitude. Promises to give excellent panoramic views of snow-capped mountains and opportunities for animal and bird photography.

Day 03: Shilt to Rakhundi Top to Shilt: The big day. Trek to the summit of Rakhundi and back to Shilt. Depending on the time taken to reach the top, you can enjoy upto a couple of hours on the top of the mountain with some incredible sights. Fill you cameras with stunning visual memories and your mind with contentment and pride. Look out for a small cairn built to mark the peak.

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Day 04: Trek downhill from Shilt to Rolla. You can either camp at Rolla or go further down to camp in an enchanting meadow by the riverside.

Day 05: Walk back to Goshaini and from there to the guest house. Have a hot lunch and a much needed shower. Sip on a cup of tea to reflect on your trek. Head by bus to Aut Tunnel and catch the night bus to Delhi.

Adventure sports to do in Tirthan valley

River Crossing

Near tirthan river view home stay river crossing in the Tirthan Valley is an adventure sport for people who are looking for some adrenaline rush in the quiet valley. A person is tied to a safety harness and slides from one point to the other, with the turbulent River Tirthan gushing underneath. The icy cold spray of the river while taking on the sport, sure is a motivating factor for enthusiasts.

Trout Fishing

There couldn’t be a more ideal place for fishing than the crystal clear Tirthan River, a tributary of Beas. Filled with brown and rainbow trouts, this river has over the year become a favourite place among the tourists as an angler spot. Please visit to our Tirthan valley home stay

Great Himalayan National Park

It is a place that will quench your thirst for amazing wildlife and fishing. The Great Himalayan National Park is the best spot for angling and several steps have been taken to protect the belt from undesirable impacts. Please visit to Tirthan River View Home Stay.

Trekking in Great Himalayan National Park

The Great Himalayan National Park is a blessing in disguise for nature lovers. From lush green forests to blooming flowers and meandering streams, this place also houses various well laid out trek paths. For more information please visit tirthan river view home stay.

Jalori Pass

Almost 80 km. from Kullu, Jalori Pass is a stunning place for trekking and picnic at an altitude of 3120 m above the sea level. Pack your bag, lunch and gear up your shoes to enjoy the stunning view of the great Himalayas with Dhauladhar stretched in a line peaking from far behind.Please visit to Home Stay in tirthan valley kullu.

Serloskar Lake

rloskar Lake, another major attraction of the village is located about 5 km from Jalori Pass. The lake has clear water which remains so despite of several leaves falling in to it