Full Packed Adventure FOR 2, over the weekend, for all age groups from 10 to 70 years of age
Pick-up point: - Barot lakkar Bazaar Within 5Km
Drop-off point: - Barot lakkar Bazaar Within 5Km
Barot , Rajgundha, and palachak is situated on the bank of Uhl river. The river is full with Trout fish and this river is also known for the angling. Barot, a village originally developed in 1920s for Shanan Hydel Project, Barot was difficult to access until 1975, when a road was opened. Barot is situated at the bank of the Uhl river. Both of village and palachak valley is covered by lush green forest. Palachak valley is on the way of Thamser pass. Palachak is also Nargu wild live centuries area. You might see many different types of bird or animal. There are many small stream and the water of those stream are full with natural herbs minerals. There is a small temple of dev ajiyapal in palachak. The temple has their own history. A big waterfall near palachak. The waterfall called Jhaudi waterfall. Palachak is a real lap of nature.
A day full of fun and nature activity
Return back to civiliztion
This Package Single Booking is for 2(Two) Person.
Accommodation – tents (double occupancy)
Meals – All meals on the trek. We provide nutritious vegetarian food, non veg (mutton) & egg.
Paragliding Included for two members. If any member does not wish to Paraglide Rs2000 will be refunded. Any last minute addition of extra Paragliding will cost Rs2500.
Backpack offloading Included for the full trek. The backpack cannot weigh more than 9 kg. Suitcases/strolleys/duffel bags will not be allowed. Please note that charges will vary for last minute offloading in case you decide to offload more bags or heaver bags, after reaching the start of the trek (Rs.450 per day inclusive of taxes).
Camping charges – All trekking permits and forest camping charges.
Trekking equipment – High quality tents, sleeping bags, micro spikes, ropes, gaiter etc as required.
Safety equipment – First aid, medical kit
Transport to and from the base camp – Barot, Himachal
Food during transit to and from the base camp
Stay at Barot.
Anything apart from inclusions
Any nature of personal expense
Any type of Insurance
Any type of Medical Expense
Road Conditions for Delhi – Barot – Chindi – Delhi
Following is the breakdown of road conditions for the Barot Road trip:
Delhi – Karnal – Ambala – Chandigarh – Ropar: Excellent, smooth sailing
Ropar – Swarghat: Very Poor roads with big potholes
Swarghat – Bilaspur: Poor roads at most places with a noisy and bumpy ride
Bilaspur – Sundernagar: Overall Average road conditions
Sundernagar – Mandi: Good
Mandi – Ghatsani (on Manali – Mandi – Pathankot Highway): Mostly Good but at places narrow roads
Ghatsani – Tikkan – Barot: Bad roads mostly. At places quite steep incline and decline forcing 1st gear only
Sundernagar – Jaidevi – Rohanda (SH – 13) – Chindi: Mix of average and good roads.
Chindi – Tattapani – Naldhera – Sunni – Mashorba: Mostly very good roads barring only a few stretches. Very scenic too.
Mashorba – Shimla – Kandaghat – Solan – Parwanoo – Ambala: Mostly Excellent, smooth sailing
Ambala – Karnal – Panipat – Sonipat – Delhi: Excellent, smooth sailing barring few diversions
NH 21 there is A station is Ghatasni which is connect Barot to national highway. Ghatasni is situated between Joginder nagar and Mandi .
Barot is situated about 25 km off the National Highway 20 (NH-20), also known as Mandi – Pathankot Highway. The road to Barot cuts from Ghatasni. and goes through Jhatingiri – Tikkan Villages.
If your travel starts from Delhi, the distance is about 530 km and the travel time will be approximately 14 hours if the climate and road conditions are seemingly fair.
One of the most comfortable and direct route to reach Barot from Delhi is given below Delhi –> Ambala –> Chandigarh –> Kiratpur Sahib –> Swarghat –> Bilaspur –> Mandi –> Ghatasni –> Jhatingiri –> Tikkan –> Barot
The Mandi-Pathankot Highway (NH-20) stretching from Mandi to Ghatasni is in vogue with travelers these days. The roads leading to Barot are however steep, and at places, you cannot go above first gear. The condition of the roads requires a little experience in driving on hills.
The closest railway station is at Joginder Nagar and there is a narrow-gauge railway line connecting Joginder Nagar to Pathankot. When traveling from Delhi, here’s the route: Delhi – Pathankot (480KM) and the narrow gauge track from Pathankot – Joginder Nagar (153KM). From Joginder Nagar to Ghatasni (14 KM) and then to Barot (25 KM), shall be covered by road.
Barot is 127 km from Bhuntar Airport near Kullu. You can also reach Barot from Gaggal airport near Kangra, approximate distance is 97 km. It is suggested to keep a check on flights on the websites from time to time as the frequency of flights is really low due to unpredictable climatic conditions at these places.