Welcome to Tirthan Valley

Called 'Himachal's Best Kept Secret', Tirthan Valley perched at an altitude of 1600 metres above sea level is the perfect getaway destination blessed with a wealth of nature's tresures. It is the perfect placed to be if you are tired from the hustle & bustle of the everyday metro life full of noise and pollution. Named after the pristine Tirthan river, the valley offers opens the doors to the newly recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site - The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP), spread over an area of 1100 sq kilometers. It is a paradise for trekkers, offering one of the finest trekking opportunities in the world.

Top Experiences in Tirthan Valley

Trip Ideas


River Tirthan

River crossing in the Tirthan Valley is an adventure sport for people who are looking for some adrenaline rush in the quiet valley. A person is tied to a safety harness and slides from one point to the other, with the turbulent River Tirthan gushing underneath. The icy cold spray of the river while taking on the sport, sure is a motivating factor for enthusiasts.


Serloskar lake

Serlosar Lake, another major attraction of the village, is located about 5 km from Jalori Pass. The walk to the lake is equally enchanting from Jalori pass, with a thick cover of oak trees. The lake is located at an altitude of about 3,100 metres and is believed to have medicinal properties. The place is better known for its temple devoted to Goddess Budhi Nagin. It is believed that the Goddess has a hundred sons and acts as a guardian of the place. The trek to reach the lake is moderate and it is advised to carry own refreshments as there is one shop half a kilometre before the lake. Some guesthouses have been set up near the lake now.


Jalori pass

Located at a distance of about 100 kilometres from Shimla in Kullu, 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.


Great Himalayan National Park

Established in 1984, the Great Himalayan National Park is listed in UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. Encircled with breathtaking flora and fauna, it is one of the delightful places to visit in Tirthan Valley. Spread across an area of 754 sq km, the park is the home for about 181 species of birds and 31 species of mammals.


Chhoie Waterfall

Chhoie Waterfall or Sai Ropa Waterfall is one of the breathtaking and charming places to visit in Tirthan Valley, especially due to its boundless beauty and serenity. You need to traverse through a trekking trail starting from the village of Gai Dhar, to reach the waterfall.


Budhi Nagin Temple

ust near the Serolsar lake, there is a temple of goddess ‘Buddhi Nagin’. It is believed that goddess ‘Buddhi Nagin’ resides inside the Serol Sar lake and is the mother of 60 ‘Nag Devtas’ in Himachal Pradesh. It is also said that Pandavas visited Serol Sar in Dwaparyug during their exile period and planted rice here.

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