Parvati Valley

The Parvati Valley rises Eastwards from the confluence of the Parvati and Beas Rivers, at Bhuntar in Kullu District and goes up to 5000m of height above sea level in Great Himalayan Range. Several tributaries in the Valley feed the main Parvati River. Numerous waterfalls are observed cascading down the steep valley sides.  From Khirganga to Tunda Bhuj (3,285m), the valley cuts a gorge through the mountains. As the altitude increases towards the Basuki Nal tributary, thick coniferous forests and silver-birch groves gradually make way for patches of alpine meadows with scattering of boulders.


Parvati Valley is famous among tourists and adventurers for its scenic beauty and treks. Parvati valley tour usually begins from Bhuntar and leads to Kasol, this is where the Trek begins and can include destinations likeRashol, Grahan,  Kheerganga, Malana, Tosh and Chalal. Travellers can get indulged in activities like bird watching, Meditation, Rivercrossing, Village living, Photography, Visit to ancient temples, Shopping of organichorti/agri produce etc


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