See And Do In Manali

Manali is a high-altitude Himalayan resort town in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh state. It has a reputation as a backpacking center and honeymoon destination. Set on the Beas River, it’s a gateway for skiing in the Solang Valley and trekking in Parvati Valley. It's also a jumping-off point for paragliding, rafting and mountaineering in the Pir Panjal mountains, home to 4,000m-high Rohtang Pass.

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Paragliding

On the off chance that you need to experience this enterprise, none other than Manali paragliding can offer you the perfect open door. Situated at a stature of 2050 m over the ocean level, you will appreciate the lavish green forests and snow clad mountains.

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Skiing

Manali is an excellent valley with captivating perspectives of snow topped mountains, thick conifer woodland, lavish green knolls and a winding stream. It is host to a range of enterprise exercises and one can enjoy sports like skiing and snow boarding.

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Snowscooter Ride

A hugely popular and the most exciting of all rides in the mountain terrains, snow scooter gives a panoramic view of the Sceneries around Manali. Snow Scooter is one of the most popular upcoming adventure sports of manali.

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ATV Bikking

ATV ride at Manali is truly exhilarating, proper training is given to the tourists by the expert trainers. They teach the skills and techniques to handle the heavy bike on precarious snow clad terrain. You can enjoy trilling ATV ride at various spots.

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Rohtang Pass

Rohtang Pass is a very beautiful and popular spot in Manali with more than 25 lakh visitors every year. In winter, the mountains at the Rohtang Pass are completely covered in snow and it is impossible to get there. Hence, the pass remains closed.

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Solang Valley

Solang Valley is quiet and is best approached by road. The drive up to Solang is extremely picturesque. Once you are there, try out some Chinese food from the local roadside shacks, and enjoy the views.

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Hadimba Temple

The 15th-century Hadimba Temple was built to commemorate Hadimba Devi, from the Indian spiritual epic Mahabharata. What’s equally striking is the cedar forest that surrounds the temple, which adds to its earthy appeal. A Dhoongri fair is celeberated here in the month of may.

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Vashisht Temple

Dedicated to the local deity and sage by the same name, Saint Vashist, the Vashist Temple on the banks of River Ravi is worth a stop. The temple showcases lovely wood carvings. The real attraction here is the therapeutic hot springs that are piped and cemented to make for a public bath.