Himachal Pradesh is the go-to destination for anyone and everyone who wishes to witness the majestic mountains, endearing valleys, and views that are splendid. Here are some of the best valleys in Himachal Pradesh which one must visit to enjoy a tranquil escape amid the surreal landscapes. Get to know more about these scenic valleys by scrolling down!

1. Kangra Valley: Abode To The White Mountain

One of the most popular valleys in Himachal Pradesh, Kangra is a strikingly beautiful valley in Himachal Pradesh and is a favourite among tourists. Apart from its mountains, it also offers Masroor Rock Cut Temple and dates back to the 6th century. The reflection of the divine temple on the beautiful lake Masroor is beauty at its best. Swamped with a number of streams, the valley is an ideal place for vegetation. Among the ranges, the Dhauladhar range also known as the White Mountain is the tallest peak in the valley. A number of popular hill stations such as Mcleod Gunj and Dharamshala are situated on Kangra Valley.

2. Kinnaur Valley: A Blend Of Indian & Tibetan Beauty

A perfect amalgamation of the Indian and Tibetian beauty, Kinnaur Valley is also referred to as the land of Gods. Flaunting three distinct mountain ranges including Greater Himalayas, Zanskar and Dhauladhar, the valley is the entry point of the country Tibet. Built during the British Raj, the valley is located on the Hindustan Tibet Road. The locals are dressed up in traditional clothes and welcome a number of tourists to the valley with their warm hospitality. The Kinnaur Kailash Mountain is a home to Shivling and is a divine place for a number of followers. The monasteries date back to 1000 years that goes back to the advent of Buddhism in the valley.

3. Solang Valley: A Dream Come True

The name has originated with the amalgamated words of Nallah and Solang. An ideal destination between Rohtang and Manali, the valley brings every traveller’s dream come true. Whereas Shola is the name of a surrounding village, on the other hand, Nallah is a water stream. Located at the top of Kullu valley and popular for adventure sports, Solang valley is a traveller’s delight. Adventure enthusiasts are seen camping in the valley offering a number of campsites on the range. A Ski Himalayas Ropeway has been opened recently in the valley for maximum enjoyment of the tourists.

4. Spiti Valley: An Epitome Of Sheer Beauty

One of the most popular tourist places in Himachal Pradesh, Spiti Valley is the true epitome of sheer beauty. A desert valley of Himachal Pradesh is a vast desert that stands between the two countries of Tibet and India. Its captivating beauty is magnetic which never fails to impress anyone. A home to Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary and Pin Valley National Park, the valley is also a popular hub for spotting wildlife. Offering ancient monasteries, locals, humble houses situated against the backdrop of clear blue sky renders a beauty that is difficult to ignore.

5. Parvati Valley: The Mesmerzingly Beautiful One

The valley enters the river Beas and stands as a stalwart among the mountain ranges of Himachal Pradesh. The beautiful valley stretches up to the hot springs at Manikaran and beyond. The picturesque meadows and sprawling beauty offers a gorgeous landscape that creates an aura of its own. Popular for cultivating crops of charas, the valley is a happy place for the cannabis lovers. Flowing into the Beas River, up to 10KM of Kullu, the river valley has been on the route to several places. The valley rises from the ManTalai Glacier below the pass and flows rightly in a gradual curve.

6. Kullu Valley: The Paradise For Honeymooners

One of the most beautiful valleys and a home to honeymooners in India, Kullu valley offers a stunning landscape. The valley offers a traditional charm and essentially serves as an entry point between the plains of Northern India and Leh, Ladakh. The valley is cradled with adorable apple orchards, forests and temples. The beauty along with the surrounding orchards makes the valley an ideal retreat in the summers. A prominent site for Hindus, Buddhist and Sikhs, the valley is also known as the ‘Valley of Gods’.

7. Sutlej Valley: Blessed With Snow Peaks & Lush Greenery

Located nearby Sutlej River and bestowed with ample water from the water body along with the snow makes the valley a fertile one. Surrounded with icy-cold water, rocky hills, snowy peaks and lush greenery and mesmerizing views, the valley serves as the perfect backdrop for your exotic holiday. The valley also houses the popular Rupi-Bhaba Wildlife Sanctuary and Harike Bird Sanctuary that makes it the ideal place for wildlife lovers. Along with the bird, tourists can also spot animals such as jackal, jungle cat, tufted duck, yellow eye pigeon and several other gifts of nature. A number of homestays and farm houses are located here to offer a breathtaking view amidst the lap of nature.

8. Sangla Valley: The Himalayan Beauty

Sangla valley also referred to as Baspa valley is a Himalayan beauty in true sense. A highly popular valley among hikers and campers, the breathtaking valley opens its arms to the adventure enthusiasts. Known for its old charm, the valley is the perfect hideout from the hustle bustle of the city as it witnesses less crowd as compared to the other valleys located nearby. The valley features a number of ancient temples, monasteries and is also one of the less explored valleys in the town. A number of towns including Bashahr, Kamru, Chitkul, Karchham, and others are dotted in the valley. A number of adventure activities are enjoyed on the valley such as hiking, camping, trekking, and river crossing.

9. Habban Valley: Bird Watcher’s Paradise

Habban valley is set in a village of the same name and is surrounded by Deodar forests. The valley is located at a distance of 70 kms from Solan and is one of the most beautiful valleys one can witness. The valley is famous amongst bird watchers as the dense forests of Fir and Baan trees provide a habitat to local and migrant birds. You can also witness a large number of fauna such as peacocks, deers, tiger, ghol, and kastura. The valley is filled with apple and peach orchards and it adds to the beauty of the valley. It is one of the most beautiful and unexplored places in Himachal Pradesh.

10. Chamba Valley: Historical Valley

Chamba Valley is one of the most exquisite and delightful places to visit in Himachal Pradesh. The valley is surrounded by snowy Dauladhar ranges on one side, and on the other side you can see the Ravi river. The valley dates back to 920 AD and the history associated with the valley attracts a large number of tourists throughout the year. Chamba valley houses a large number of temples, museums, and lakes that not only packs an itinerary, but also reflects the history of this valley.

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