Trekking in Bir Billing takes a person to the amazing Rajgundha Trek starting from bir, the trek passes through Barot Village and then to Rajgundha valley. Barot, located in the Nagru Wildlife Sanctuary, deep in the valley of the Uhl (A right-bank tributary of the Beas River), is easily accessible. Uhl river and Lamadug, its tributary is full of rainbow trout. Explore undiscovered trekk palachak tour

Explore Barot

Barot is also the site of the intake reservoir of the Sannan Hydro Power Project designed and executed by Colonel Betty in 1925. The hillside is thickly forested with deodar, oak, blue pine and spruce. Here, you have a chance to see numerous waterfalls, along with verdant mountains, snow-bound peaks, and open farmlands. Due to its hilly geography, the valley is perfect for trekking, which is one of the best ways to explore the Himalayas. The Barot Valley forms a natural pathway into Bara Bhangal, one of the remotest Himalayan villages.

For journey lovers, we’ve come up with a stunning package holiday, which mixes journey activities, trekking, and sightseeing wrapped in one short tour as you may get to explore most lovely destinations of Kangra in an exceedingly small weekend tour.

Explore splendid monasteries of Bir (1500 meters) and relish Tibetan Food at it’s best. within the afternoon explore temples like Baijyanath, Mahakal, and Vindhyavasini and have a stunning walk on Tea Gardens of Palampur and luxuriate in snacking on the banks of gushing Neugal watercourse before catching your Volvo from Palampur or train from Pathankot.


Day 1: Arrive Bir
Arrive at Bir met and transfer to hotel/camp for freshening up and breakfast. Hike around Chuagan /Bhattu Monasteries and sunset point. Later come back to camp enjoy Bon-fire and Dinner.

Day 2: Trek Billing – RajGundha
In Morning after breakfast gets ready for the trek, board on the car to billing, with packed lunch start trekking towards RajGundha village from billing. The trail goes to uphill for the first 15 mins. to reach a proper wide trail. Trek is passing through dense Oak, Rhododendron and Deodar’s trees. There are so many endangered birds in the forest, so stay silent to spot some. Enjoy nature at its fullest here. From Raj-gundha valley you can see the snow-covered mountain range of Dhuladhar’s. Later Visit the Saptvadini temple and enjoy amazing views and the loveable aroma all around the valley. Overnight stay in Dome Tents with bonfire, music, and dinner.

Day 3: Trek Rajgundha – Hanuman Garh
Early morning get up with a masala tea and get ready for next trek i.e, Hanuman Garh is an ancient pilgrims place. Spectacular view of Dhouladhar range 3500-4000 meters snow-covered peaks. From Hanuman, Garh is a holy place. It is a Lord Hanuman temple on top of the mountain, you can also see snow peaks, villages, forests. Later Come back to base camp in rajgundha. Overnight at a tent.

Day 4: Trek Raj Gundha – Palachak
In the morning get ready for the trek, Raj gundha, and Kukkar gundha villages to know their culture, livelihood, tradition homes. This is the last village in this part of the valley. Later we start our trek to Palachak. The trail passing through the dense forest of Deodars and the Oak. Trek is an easy and well-defined route. We cross an improvised bridge to reach the Plachak Camping area. The campsite is along the Uhl river. Uhl river is famous for Trout fishes. Camping near the Uhl river and you can do angling in the river if time permits. Overnight stay in Dome Tents.

Day 4: Trek Palachak – Baragran

After breakfast start trek to Badagran village, we follow the same trail for backward for a while and then divert towards Bada gran village. We need to cross the bridge and the trail leads us to Bada gran village. This is very close to the last road head. After spending some in the village to know their life, Village houses constructed with stone and big logs.Overnight Camp.

Day 5: Drive Bara gran – Bir via Barot
Barot is a picnic spot and tourist location. The town has a range of outdoor activities, including a trout breeding center from where fish are released into the Uhl. A 30 km. section of the river is used for angling. Barot also forms the gateway to the Nargu Wildlife Sanctuary which lies across the Uhl. The sanctuary is home to the monal, black bear, local deer, and ghoral. Later drive to Bir, Enroute visit some temples. Overnight stay at camp/hotel.

Day 6: Paragliding and local sightseeing
After having breakfast, drive for 18 km for take-off point to Billing and land in Bir. This adventurous ride will take around 30 minutes with videography.later go for sightseeing, visit Palpung Sherbling monastery, Bhattu, Lord Shiva temple baijnath and board on the bus for own destinations with a lot of thrilling experiences and set memories.

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