Nagdal lake is one of the famous lakes in Dhauladhar region which is also known as Cobra lake near Indrahara Pass in the mighty Dhauladhars.
These lakes are the abode of lord Shiva. They are located in the midst of paradisaical grandeur & considered extremely sacred by local residents.
Manimahesh Lake is a small glacial lake situated below a small ridge just opposite the Chamba Kailash Peak and is perhaps the highest lake.
This trek is becoming more and more popular these days being very short and having an easy access to the beautiful nature blessed Kullu valley.
Lamdal Lake is the biggest lake in the hierarchy of mountain lakes in the Dhauladhar range. It is one of the sacred lakes for the Gaddi community.
This trek to Thamsar pass is of exceptional beauty, nature blessed and one can behold from here both sides of the Kangra and the Chamba valley.
This Pass is one of the difficult Passes of the Dhauladhar ranges and is not very common among trekkers due to its very difficult approach & terrain.
This is a fine trek passing through innumerable streams, rivulets, deep and dense jungle with rich fauna and flora in the villages of Dhauladhars.
The Kundli Pass, is at an elevation of (4550m) stands between Moon Peak (4650m) and Toral Pass (4375M) facing north Dharamsala & Kangra valley.
Jalsu Pass is one of the easiest pass in Dhauladhar mountain ranges at an elevation of 3600m. The pass is accessible round the year for trekkers.