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Chandrakhani – Malana Trek
Tour Code: (CMT)

Little ahead of the beautiful Chandra Khanni pass lies a tiny village of Malana, which is famous for the temple of Jamlu and its distinct and fully reserved social and cultural setup. The wonder might strike out from here to the solitary Malana pass and village. The people of Malana are rough and tough. The villagers not only survive in these conditions, but live quite happily. There are nearly 1100 persons in the village and the population is growing steadily.

 Day 01 : Manali – Rumsu

After 24 Kms drive we reach Nagar. Delightfully situated on a wooded slope and commanding an extensive view of the valley, it is famous for its temples, ancient caste and the Roerich Art Gallery. After short walk we reach Rumsu. Overnight in tents.

 

Day 02 : Rumsu – Chandrakhani 9 Kms

The legend says that thousands of years ago, Jamlu (Presiding deity of Malana) was carrying a basket containing gods of Kullu. On the top of the pass when he opened the casket, a very strong wind blew the gods all over Kullu valley to their present abodes. Since then the valley is known as the valley of gods. A striking view of Deo Tibba overlooking the Malana glen and other snow crowned giants on the Spiti border is obtainable. Overnight in tents.

 

Day 03 : Chandrakhani – Malana 8 Kms.

Malana comprises two villages about a hundred yards apart. Village containing temple buildings is considered sacred and no one wearing leather shoes is allowed within its precincts. People of Malana are rough and tough. Their village lies on top of a mountain about 10,500 ft. above sea level completely cut off from the rest of the state. For six to eight months a year, the area is snow bound and inaccessible making farming and sheep rearing their main livelihood impossible to carry out. Overnight in tents.

 

Day 04 : Malana – Rashol 19 Kms.

Today it is tiring walk but panoramic too. A wonderful view of Pin Parvati range of mountains. Overnight in tents.

 

Day 05 : Rashol – Kashol 9 Kms.

Charmingly camping site. A broad expanse of clean white sand, a striking view of aiguilles. Overnight in tents.

 

Day 06 : Kashol – Jari 10 Kms. – Bhuntar 12 Kms.

Nestles on a hill side shelf well above the Parvati River, clean comfortable and Welcome resting place. There is also dusty motorable road from Jari to Kashol. It is located on Manikaran road. Confluence of the Beas and Parvati, a heavy volume of laden grey water. Above on a projecting bluff is the site of the most striking temple (Bijli Mahadev). From Bhuntar one can stay overnight in Kullu or drive to Manali which is 40 Kms.

 
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