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Early June we decided to cool off in the climes of this nodal point pass 51 kms from Mandi perched on the water-shed between Beas & Chenab river basin at 13050 ft MSL on the NH3 (Old NH 21) a natural divide between Kullu Valley...More
I don’t have the words to explain and write. If you are in Manali you can't miss Rohtang Pass without seeing and playing with Ice. Now a days you need to take a Permit which you can apply online. It is 50 kms from Manali....More
Rotang is always a must watch place in Manali . BUT i went there in September there was nothing. Only in the far mountains snow can be seen there where absolutely no snow only rocks and pebbles ..So guys if your going in Aug Sep...More
Manali was the location of end of my 10 day Ride of My Life in Ladakh covering Sringar - Leh - Manali.
In my last visit to Manali in Dec-2016, I could not see the Rohtang Pass. However this time was twice good as I...More
Going to Leh? Going to Spiti Valley?
You will be crossing Rohtang Pass. Believe me, Fun starts right here. As soon as you start reaching Rohtang Landscape begins to Change slowly and you are suddenly infront of the Mountains yiu have seen in the movies...More
I was in a solo trip in there last week. I checked in Surabhi hotel in vashist area. The view was amazing from that hotel. I checked out from there at 12 and headed to the bus stand. The Hrtc bus to keylong was late....More
I don’t have the words to write now.
Stunned, speechless,bamboozled by the the spectacular view at Rohtang Pass, 50 kms from Manali
Pros - Everything : the journey and the snow clad mountains
Cons - traffic 😒