The Kangra valley is one of the most picturesque valleys of lower Himalayas. The valley, sheltered by the sublime Dhauladhar range, is green and luxuriant.
The kangra valley at the foot hills of himalayas is a great place to visit in winters.In winters the temperature is moderately cool which enhances the feeling of being there.All the feilds looks superb.On the other hand summers are moderately hot and you would sweat for sure.There is no snow in winters also but still it must be visited.The view... More
Beautiful views. Kangra fort & museum is a must visit. We had gone to the meadows on the way to a village ( starts with 'N' ). They can be seen from the Kangra fort. The river is also accessible, so we had gone down and spent some time. Isolated...so good. Clean fast flowing cool water.
Kangra valley is not at much height...so it turns out to be very hot in summers though it is a house for various places like cricket stadium temples etc.. you can visit it but don't plan ur stay here in summers
The Kangra Valley is beyond words. The beauty and the nature are breathtaking, with the Himalayan mountains in the background and the lush mountains and valley, it is a peaceful and spectacular experience to view the Kangra Valley. It is something that words can't describe and pictures can't capture.
This just takes your breath away, specially half of your breaths are already taken away from the climb up the mountain on your way to triund rest are taken by the views only to discover want mother nature has to offer. Really spectacular views. Must visit and plan in advance that you can check HH Dalai Lama schedule so you... More
Halfway to triund, one can see the valley of kangra where civilization lies. it is interesting to see the change of color as you climb highe rto triund and looking down to kangra. The valley cn be seen on the way to triund.
Himachal Pradesh is full of pleasant surprises. Kangra valley is no exception. We had gone to Mcleodganj; during October 2012; and even prior to our visit, we were advised by our well-wisher (who knows my interest) to do visit Rock-cut temples. At the hotel desk we were not much encouraged; but we insisted for a taxi; and believe me, it... More
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