Located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, Tirthan Valley is situated at a staggering height of 1600 m above sea level. The valley is surrounded by the pristine Tirthan river and exquisite pine trees; it is an off-beat destination preferred by many travelers. The valley is most suitable for activities such as trekking, Fishing, Village exploring, and much more.
Best Places to Visit in Tirthan Valley
- Great Himalayan National Park,
- Serolsar Lake,
- Chhoie Waterfall,
- Jalori Pass,
- Raghupur Fort,
- Shringa Rishi Temple.
- Gad Gushaini
Famous Treks in Tirthan Valley
- Bashleo Pass Trek
- GHNP Rolla Trek,
- Jalori Pass-Raghupur Fort,
- Tirath Trek.
- Tirthan Morahani Trek
- Gushaini to Rakhundi Trek
- Neuli to Homkhani Trek
Best Time to Visit Tirthan Valley
In summers the ambiance is mild and pleasant whereas the spring has its different charm in the hill station. The best months are March to June.
During the monsoon, one would find lush greenery and misty weather. If you like drizzling and playing in clouds then the best time to visit is during the months of July and August. Nature looks very refreshing during this time.
Winters is an ideal time to experience snow and witness snowcapped Himalayan peaks. The weather remains cold and thrilling. The ideal months are December to February.
How to Reach Tirthan Valley
The nearest railhead from Tirthan is Chandigarh which is 7 hours away or Ambala which is 8 hours away.
The nearest airport to reach Tirthan is the Kullu-Manali airport at Bhuntar which is the hub for most Himachal destinations.
Tirthan is located near Kullu and is accessible by Chandigarh Manali highway. One has to take the road going towards Banjar just before Aut tunnel.