May 9th, 2021
You must travel from Kasol to Barshaini, a small village where the Parvati and Tosh rivers converge, which serves as the base camp for your trek. All is reasonably priced and cost-effective in this region. From here, the Kheerganga trek distance is 11 to 12 kilometres long and takes 4 to 5 hours to complete. On this 12-kilometer hike, visitors can see old traditional villages and numerous enchanting waterfalls, the best of which is Rudra Nag's serpent-shaped waterfall. This trek also includes the Himalayas' ever-beautiful landscapes as well as expansive, breathtaking views. This trek also includes a visit to the Shiv Temple, a famous tourist attraction. This trek also includes a visit to the Shiv Temple, a famous tourist attraction. The most magnificent experience one can have in his or her lifetime is watching the sunset over the horizon and seeing how the colour of the rocks changes after the Kheerganga trek.
From Kheerganga, there is also a trek to the Pin Parvati Pass. The Pin Parvati Pass, at a distance of 37.2 kilometres, presents a thrilling and exciting challenge to trekkers. The sense of accomplishment that comes with crossing a 17,457-foot pass will be imprinted on one's soul for the rest of one's life. The Pin Valley National Park is known for its endangered snow leopards, as well as other wildlife. The Kheerganga trek also provides an opportunity to learn about the village people's fascinating cultures. It is regarded as the ideal location for photography. It's worth photographing and documenting the glimpses of snow-capped mountains. The magical hot spring is added at the end of the trek, at an altitude of 13000 feet. The intoxicating elegance of the hot spring, surrounded by mountains, can be found away from the city's hustles, urban nuisances, and sedentary, monotonous lifestyle. Taking a bath in these hot springs washes away all of the fatigue from the hike, reviving the spirit, mind, and soul. It also serves as a natural medicinal aid for those who are afflicted. Patients with arthritis and a variety of other mental and physical conditions may benefit from it as a natural medical aid. It also offers warmth and comfort in the event of extreme cold.
While descending from Kheerganga, one must undoubtedly stop by the villages of Kalga and Pulga and engage in conversation with the locals, learning about their way of life, professions, traditions, and festivals.
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