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Hanogi Mata Temple:

Situated on the National Highway running between Manali and Mandi, the Hanogi Mata Temple is popular among devotees of Hanogi Mata. This Hindu temple is visited by tourists throughout the year. Located on top of a tiny peak, the temple is set against a backdrop of green mountains. The shining stream below increases the beauty of the region. 


Snow Point:

The Solan Valley, commonly known as Snow Point, is a scenic spot located 13 km towards the northwest of Manali, amidst Beas Kund and Solan Village. Snowy mountains and glaciers dot the landscape in the region. The site is renowned for its 300 m ski lift. Adventure sports like skiing, paragliding, parachuting take place at Snow Point. Courses are offered for skiing during winter. The annual winter skiing festival is held at Snow Point. 


Naggar Castle:

A popular tourist destination, Naggar Castle is a singular medieval structure situated near Manali. Constructed around 1460 by Raja Sidh Singh of Kullu, the castle presents a harmonious combination of Himalayan and western styles. The castle is conveniently located close to the Beas River and presents panoramic views of the environment. Tourists need to visit the Reorich gallery that showcases the paintings of Nicholas Reorich, the noted Russian painter. A fine blend of wood and stone, the mansion was once the abode of the Raja but was transported into a rest house. 


Bijli Mahadev Temple:

Located at the peak of a mighty hill, the Bijli Mahadev Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The pictorial view of the breathtaking valley can be seen from the temple. The architecture of the temple - the Pahari style - captures the attention of tourists. Situated at a height of 2450 m, the temple is of religious significance. Legend states that the Shivalinga within the temple had crumbled into pieces because of lightning and the temple priest smears it with butter. This strange phenomenon is said to occur every single year. The uphill path to this holy shrine is flanked by pine trees.


Vashisht Baths:

Located on the banks of the River Ravi in Manali, this minor locale is bestowed with natural springs and striking temples made of sandstone. The baths are renowned for their medicinal value. The bubbling waters of the brooks are great for treating ailments related to the skin. Separate bathing provisions are available for men and women. Ancient shrines dedicated to Lord Rama and Sage Vashisht are present in the area. These stone temples have finely detailed carvings on wood.


Great Himalayan National Park:

Popularly called the Jawaharlal Nehru Great Himalayan National Park, this site is perfect for wildlife enthusiasts. The park houses several elusive and endangered animal species. Covering an area of 50 sq. km., there are 180 animal and bird species within the premises, including brown bears, snow leopards, ibex and Himalayan tahr. Park authorities arrange five day treks for tourists. 


Rohtang Pass:

The Rohtang Pass happens to be a lofty mountain pathway that connects the Kullu region with Lahaul and Spiti. A popular summer picnic site, the Rohtang Pass is located at an altitude of 4111 m. The landscape is covered with mountains and glaciers. Travel is possible during the months between May and September. Tourists can enjoy adventure sports like mountain biking, skiing and paragliding. Snow can be seen in the region even during summers. A travel permit from the Indian Army is required on Rohtang Pass. 


Pandoh Dam, Kullu:

Situated almost 10 km away from Manali, the Pandoh Dam happens to be a power generating hydro-electric dam constructed on the River Beas. The lake is the reservoir of the dam and possesses five bays to regulate the water. At an altitude of 76 m, the dam is filled with rocks and earth.


Chandrakhani Pass, Kullu:

Situated in the Parvati Valley, the Chandrakhani Pass is the perfect trekking base, almost 3600 m above sea level. The region offers picturesque trekking trails. The small Malana village, basically a group of stone roof houses, is located just below the pass. 


Hadimba Temple:

The Hadimba Temple, commonly known as the Dhungri Temple, is dedicated to the patron-deity of the Rajas of Kullu. The temple, situated 2 km from Manali, is dedicated to Hadimba, a female demon, and was erected in the year 1553. The temple is styled like a Pagoda shrine and is present deep within a cedar forest. The structure boasts of four storeys with delicate woodcarvings. The doors of the temple have stunning carvings of Goddess Durga.


Beas Kund:

A sacred spot for the Hindus, the Beas Kund is believed to be the daily bathing place of Sage Vyas. The kund remains sheltered by a stone formation. The site is devoid of any vegetation and boasts of a typical rocky landscape. It can be reached only via trekking. Adventure buffs can look forward to camping and trekking activities in the area.


Jagannath Devi Temple:

The temple, erected 1500 years before, is dedicated to Bhuvaneshwari, the sister of Lord Vishnu. The walls of the temple contain the images of Lord Durga and the temple reflects the local style of architecture. Located at an altitude of 1800 m, the temple is one of the most important tourist sites in Kullu.


Rahgunath temple:  

This famous temple located on a hillock is home for colourful Dussehra celebrations. It also offers panoramic view of surrounding landscapes.