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Jalori Pass - Things to Know Before Visiting

Jalori Pass, Jalori, Sajwar, Himachal Pradesh 172026

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About Jalori Pass

Jalori Pass is positioned away from the hustle and bustle of the tedious city life. The serene ambiance rendered by mighty Himalayas presents unmatched opportunities to unwind the body and savour the nature's exquisite. The seasonal flowers bloomed in the region along with the exotic flora and fauna in the midst of immaculate solitude of highlands relaxes the senses of every trekker. Trekking on this beautiful trail takes the tourists to the mesmerizing places


Attractions Near Jalori Pass

Tirthan Valley
Tirthan Valley12.15km from Jalori Pass

The name of the valley comes from the Tirthan River that flows from Tirth, its origins located in the GHNP, and ends at Larji in the Beas river. Compared to other destination in Himachal, the valley is still well preserved and offers the perfect environment for those who are looking for a peaceful holiday.

Kamrunag Lake
Kamrunag Lake31.47km from Jalori Pass

The Kamrunag Lake is one of the many places on earth that baffles the intellect of an average human. It is not an ordinary lake but one that has uncountable wealth stored in its bed. Located in Mandi. the Kamrunag Lake is an oasis for a spiritually-parched soul.

Gurudwara
Gurudwara34.48km from Jalori Pass

This gurdara is dedicated to Guru Gobind Singh. The 10th Sikh guru. It is under his leadership that the Sikh community united and faught against the mugal ruler Aurangazeb.The Inner place is maintained by the Rulers family. When Guru Sahib was about to leave Mandi, Raja Sidh Sen asked him who would protect Mandi after his departure, who will save us from Aurangzeb's cruelty. The Raja asked his question just as the Guru aimed his banddukh at a clay pitcher floating down the river.

Hatu Peak
Hatu Peak34.83km from Jalori Pass

Hatu Peak is the highest peak in the entire Shimla district, located in Narkanda. Surrounded by majestic mountains and covered in a dense green blanket of sky-touching cedar and fir, Hatu Peak may just be paradise on earth. The forest is a mixed one, comprising a varied population of deodar, fir, spruce, cedar, and blue pine; but is mostly renowned for its colorful apple orchards. The Hatu Mata Temple rests atop the hill on Hatu Peak and holds great religious significance to the locals.

Parashar Lake temple
Parashar Lake temple35.29km from Jalori Pass

The lake is located at a height of 2730 m above sea level. With deep blue waters, the lake is held sacred to the sage Prashar and he is regarded to have meditated there. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks and looking down on the fast flowing river Beas. This wooden temple has a pagoda style of architecture with intricate carvings of animals and serpents. As legend states, it is made of deodar wood. The region has emerged as a popular tourist destination besides being a pilgrimage site.

The Great Himalayan National Park
The Great Himalayan National Park44.98km from Jalori Pass

The Great Himalayan National Park offers a stunning experience of the Himalayan range. The landscapes are breathtaking, the ecosystems are well preserved and it shelters many ayurvedic plants and rare Himalayan animals like the Himalayan Black Bear, Himalayan Tahr, rare Himalayan Brown Bear, and the Phantom of the Mountains - the Snow Leopard. The colourful Western Tragopan (Jujurana) and the Monal Pheasant represent the birdlife.

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What Visitors Say About Jalori Pass

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Rishika Gupta
Rishika Gupta
2019-03-24
It won't be wrong to use the quote "tassel is worth the hassle" after you reach the top of this mesmerizing view point. Jalori paas in Himachal Pradesh;  the point we reached accidentally while we were searching for another overated tourist point.

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