The Camp Himalayan team can make all arrangements for your favourite adventure activity in the neighbouring Himalayan region. The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) offers some of most adventurous treks in and around Tirthan Valley. Hanskund is the place where ‘Holy’ Tirthan River originates. This river is also known for trout fishing.
Chehni Fort at Chehni village
Chehni Fort at Chehni village is approximately 1500 years old and offers breathtaking views of the mountain-valley around. The Fort rises up to 11 levels high into the air and one should be very careful while climbing up (not recommended), as it not safe. The fort also has a 400 meter tunnel (now closed) and a Krishna Temple (Raghunath Ji) on one of the upper storeys
The Shringi Rishi Temple
The Shringi Rishi Temple at Bagi, has a large statue of Rishi Shringi and intricate wood carvings depicting 24 different births of God. (Rama, Krishna, Narsimhan, Barah, etc.)
Bala Temple is a historically important Bala Temple of Markanday Rishi and Durga Mata. Please note that it is considered disrespectful for visitors to any temples, not to remove their shoes, before entering. Kindly show respect by simply leaving your shoes at the door.
Tirthan Valley is around 1 km before Banjar enroute to Aut, the valley is marked by the Tirthan River. The Tirthan valley is an adventurer’s paradise and is known for excellent trout fishing. It is also famous for being nearest to the Great Himalayan National Park (8km trek from Gushaini).
The Great Himalayan National Park
The Great Himalayan National Park – There are many treks that are possible in the area, with the main one being Bathad to Bashleo Pass and Sarahan. The Park has brown bear, mountain lions, ghorar, jungle goat and musk deer etc. and is known to have around 200 species of birds.
Sainj Valley starts about 3kms from Aut, on the way to Larji. The village Sainj, situated on the banks of river Sainj, 14km from Larji. Beyond Sainj there is a village of Shanghar. This place has splendid areas for camping and experiencing the glory of nature. The last village in the Sainj Valley is Shakti – Maraur. Here you will find a awe-inspiring lake with red colored water. You can see the glaciers from this place as they are relatively close to the lake.
The astounding beauty of Gada Gushaini will remind you of Sonmarg in Kashmir. There are many temples and forts including Bahu, Baloo, Tungasi, Dibber and Dalnu. The road to Gada Gushaini village breaks off from State Highway 11 just after Jaipur- Jibhi.