Bir Billing

Raj Gundha Trek

Open Time : 6am- 6pm

Entry : paid

Address : Rajgundha, Himachal Pradesh (India), Kangra, Himachal Pradesh, India

Why to visit Raj Gundha Trek

Modes: 0 Beginning from Bir, the Raj Gundha Trek is a 14-km challenging trek set in Kangra region’s Raj Gundha valley. Taking trekkers up to an altitude of 9,200 feet from where they can marvel at the majestic snow-clad Dhauladhar ranges and the green valleys, the trail passes through Barot village and forests and runs close to a river. The greenery and the chance to encounter leopards, jackals and bears make for an exciting nature watching experience. Alpine camps are set up at the Raj Gundha campsite and trekkers get to enjoy meals in front of a bonfire while enjoying calm music and the cool winds. The Raj Gundha Hike, which begins in Bir and ends in Kangra's Raj Gundha valley, is a 14-kilometer hard trek. The trail travels past Barot hamlet and woodlands, and runs near to a river, taking trekkers up to an altitude of 9,200 feet from where they may marvel at the spectacular snow-capped Dhauladhar peaks and green valleys. The lush vegetation, as well as the possibility of seeing leopards, jackals, and bears, combine for a fascinating nature viewing experience. At the Raj Gundha campsite, Alpine camps are put up, and trekkers can eat meals in front of a bonfire while listening to soothing music and enjoying the cool breeze.

By Aryan Prasad

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