Joginder Nagar Valley is a valley in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The valley includes Joginder Nagar, Bir-Billing, Chowantada and all other hill stations which are surrounded by mountains by all sides. In the foothills of Indian Himalayas, the valley falls between the mountain range (800 to 3000 meters) in the middle of the Dhauladhar mountain ranges. From geographically, Ghatta (4 km away from Baijnath) starts near the valley on its westernmost point and spreads down to 15 km from the main city on the south-east.
The valley is especially known for adventure games of paragliding, trekking and mountain biking, and there are options for fishing, camping and sightseeing. It is in addition to a part of the North-Western corner in Mandi district, which comes in Kangra district, which includes B-Billing. Geographically, almost rectangular in topography, it is marked by the Ghornal hills in the east, Mount.
Funeral Trolley (4 km) Funicular Trolley
The transportation trolley or car in Jogindar Nagar is India’s most fashionable railway track, which rides 2500 meters above sea level. This is a 4-stage network of fashionable and horizontal trunk and in Shan, there are six carriage car stations starting with buffer stops as base stations. Next is the Aditya junction established at an altitude of 1770 meters. It is widely called ’18 number ‘because with pipes carrying water to turbines from 18 divisions along with the buffer stop from Adit junction. Water goes down from the reservoir in Barot in Uhal river through the river pipe, going down approximately one thousand meters. The loading capacity of carriage of carriage is 15, 10, 5 tons. High capacity, low speed carriage in Jogindar Nagar car or trolley is one of the few fashionable railway stations around the world,
Wheat Camp (7km)
At the height of 2,800 meters, Jogindernagar valley has the highest peak. The peak height is approximately 2700 meters. On the way of the watercourse, the thick forests of Rhododendron (known as Buran or locally known as a foolish person) can be found, making people prepare the medicinal properties of sauces. From this place, one kilometer away can be seen along the Beas river, Mandi Hills, Kangra valley and Hamirpur boundaries. In the winter season, there is heavy snowfall on the mountains when the temperature is below -10 degree in upper reach. At this time, tourists and locals go to the wheel camp to enjoy the snow. Headgear on the other side of the mountain, At the height of 2500 meters, the next route of transportation is linked to a wheelchay through the station and 3 km long horizontal rail track. This place extends to the height of 5000 meters from the sea level to the panoramic views of the Dhauladhar Himalaya ranges. The height of the big hill with a large slope from the headgear leads to a height of 48 degrees. Khadi Hill is known as ‘Khooni Valley’, which means the ‘bloody valley’ has a slope on the slope. Next station Kathu goes to the terminal station of Zero Point, located on the opposite side of the Barotbarot (Himachal Pradesh) winch camp on the other side of Bat Valley, Barot has two reservoirs of Sanan Power House. Its a trout breeding center is Uhl Narmu Wildlife Sanctuary across the river, which is Himalayan Goral, Himalayan Black Bear, Snow Leopard, Monal, Golden Eagle, Musk Deer, For wild cat and various types of fashions. Barot can be trekked through 40 kilometers of road or through two tracks of Joginder Nagar.
1. Bridge Mandi-Vinth Camp- Jalaani-Barot, Total Distance: 9km Level: Middle Highest point: 2500 Meters: 6-8 hours High Availability: Starting from 1200 Metropolis Mandi, Junky Trek on slope railway line, after reaching the pulley, head gear There is the option of trekking along the railway track through Kathu and Zero Point, which can be used to reach Baroat or through the Jalani village, although the distance is the same is.
2. Harabag (Nagchala) -Digli-Kao-Barot total distance: 9 km difficulty level: middle highest point: 2300 meters Duration: 5-7 hours height gain: 1000 meters
Barot Mountain Biking: Route: Joginder Nagar-Ghatasani-Zantigari-Tikkan-Barotakul Distance: 39km Hardness Level: Middle High Point: 2030 Meters: 3-4 Hours Highlight: On the north-east of 800 meters, Devasthar Lake is a high altitude and glacier Is a lake where holy pilgrimage is started from July to September.
The city of Bir, Himachal PradeshBirch ekotaurism attracts visitors for courses in meditation and philosophy, and environment-volunteering. Another attraction of Bir is the Bir Tibetan Colony, which has many monasteries and good works of art. This area is becoming a popular destination for more adventurous paraglider pilots. It extensively offers reliable and detailed conditions in a wide range of environments, ranging from the relative safety of wild dense range to extreme extremities of snow areas in the north. In the month of October or November, an FAI category two paragliding competition is organized annually by the tourism and civil aviation department in Bir-Billing. Billing (2300 meters) is the launch place from where Paraglider descends in Chogan, Where this competition is held. Every year about a hundred participants from around the world participated in this special event. This event attracts many tourists, including international tourists. The weather conditions of that time of the year are very reliable and the adverse weather (2001-2012.) Has not really affected the competition. Competitors descend from billing and fly on the mountains of Baijnath and Jogindar Nagar. The competition was first established by the Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh state. There are several world records made by the International Paraglider here. Billing is the highest peak of the valley at a distance of 3080 meters, and Bir-Billy can be reached on the road through trekking or mountain biking. Including international tourists. The weather conditions of that time of the year are very reliable and the adverse weather (2001-2012.) Has not really affected the competition. Competitors descend from billing and fly on the mountains of Baijnath and Jogindar Nagar. The competition was first established by the Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh state. There are several world records made by the International Paraglider here. Billing is the highest peak of the valley at a distance of 3080 meters, and Bir-Billy can be reached on the road through trekking or mountain biking. Including international tourists. The weather conditions of that time of the year are very reliable and the adverse weather (2001-2012.) Has not really affected the competition. Competitors descend from billing and fly on the mountains of Baijnath and Jogindar Nagar. The competition was first established by the Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh state. There are several world records made by the International Paraglider here. Billing is the highest peak of the valley at a distance of 3080 meters, and Bir-Billy can be reached on the road through trekking or mountain biking.
1. Tracking on the Billing Top: Route: Bir-Billing-Billing Top Duty: 8kmcmnest point: 3080m (Billing Top Top) Difficulty Level: Medium Duration: 5-6 hoursHeight Benefit: 1600m2 Mountain Biking for China Pass (Billing Near the top): Route: Bir-Billing-China Passadui: 24 kmMost highest point: 2730 meters (China Pass) Difficulty Level: Medium-Tough Duration: 3-4 hours High Availability: 1300 meters Anyway moving through Rajgunda and Baggarga The side and Barot and mountain bikes can be down. The monsoon season is a major part of this single lane road, unaware and severely affected. Route: Chaina Pass-Rajgunda-Bargarh-Barotaduri: 25 kmTh level: Medium duration: 3-4 hoursHigh loss: 900 meters
Gornala ( 15 km)
The village of Ghoranal is situated on the western edge of Jogindar Nagar valley, almost between Beir and Baijnath in the middle. Gholala is emerging as a center for major ecotourism, meditation studies, and volunteer, for the primary attraction, the Institute is emerging as the Institute for ComfortCanet Living and Ghornal Resort.
Shawn Power House (3km)Jogindranagar is the only city in the Asian continent, where there are three power houses on the same stream water. The idea of hydro power project was to construct five power stations using the water drawn from the river Uhal. The Shawn Power House of Jogindar Nagar is one of the oldest hydro-electric power houses in India. This electric house was built by Colonel Batty, an English engineer and his team. Most of the credit for the construction of Jogindranagar goes to him to make this a popular city. Later high-capacity turbines were made here but unfortunately, This Power House in HP is still under the Punjab State Government. Shannon Power House in Jondinagar is one of India’s first hydro-electric powerhouse and is probably the oldest in the world. The Kangra Valley Railway Joginder Nagar is well connected to the Narrow Gage narrow gauge railway line. This railway track was built during 1926-1929 and on 1 April 1929, it was opened for transport of raw materials for the construction of Shannon Power House. This railway line has been nominated to include UNESCO’s cultural heritage list. Proposals have been prepared to increase the railway track to Leh. The proposed 460 km long railway line will be from Joginder Nagar, Manali, Keelong, Pong and Leh. There was a steam engine replaced by a diesel engine. Jogindar Nagar-Pathankot is Himachal Pradesh’s longest railway track. From Pong and going to Leh. There was a steam engine replaced by a diesel engine. Jogindar Nagar-Pathankot is Himachal Pradesh’s longest railway track. From Pong and going to Leh. There was a steam engine replaced by a diesel engine. Jogindar Nagar-Pathankot is Himachal Pradesh’s longest railway track. From Pong and going to Leh. There was a steam engine replaced by a diesel engine. Jogindar Nagar-Pathankot is Himachal Pradesh’s longest railway track. From Pong and going to Leh. There was a steam engine replaced by a diesel engine. Jogindar Nagar-Pathankot is Himachal Pradesh’s longest railway track.
Floodplain (25 km)
A mountainous tourist spot in the eastern part of the valley is known for paragliding, trekking and camping. Located at a distance of 2260 meters, this flat terraced place offers 360-degree views of Joginder Nagar and Barot Valley. It can be reached from Jatigarh through a 4 km trekking route through Deodhar village.
Trek or Mountain Bike for Flowers:
Route: Shanti-Devadhar-Fulalar Distances: 4 km Highest point: 2260 meters Duration: 1-2 hours Difficulty level: Easy Deviud 2870 meters is between Joginder Nagar and Barot Ghats, a high altitude hill-above grassland. The 360-degree view of the mountains is surrounded by giant sloping grasslands. In it there is a forest restroom for the ground to stay and camp. Dahidad’s trek from Jogindar Nagar: Marg: Bridge Mandi-Vich camp- Devidhad Dauri: 11km High speed point: 2870 meters (Deodargad) Duration: 10-12 hours (1 day) Difficulty Level: Mediator Height: 1600 Meters: Trek: Pathway: Floodwave-VH-DeodharaharaDari: 17kmxestest point: 2870 meters (Deodargad) Duration: 2 days level level: Mediation Height gain: 900 meters from west side of Devgiri from west side Will be increased. Trek to travel from Devdhar: Route: Deodhar-Chanla Pass-Billing Distance:
Gamma Rock-salt Khan (10km)
The only rock salt mines in India are located in the village of Ghamma. Under the investment of Rs.300 crores by the public sector firm, there is a proposal to get 16.03 million tonnes of salt stock from Guma and Drang mines. Due to temporary closure of mining operations, both the mines are closed
High peak (5-20 km)
Among the highest peaks in the Jogindar Nagar valley are Billing Top (10,100 feet), Devidhar (9416 feet), Charkha (8,820 feet), Fuldar (7,415 feet), Sikander Dhar (6,010 feet), Siuri Dhar (5500 feet), Banderi (5,225) Feet). In Sikander Dhar as well as in Banderi, some ancient fortresses have been made by the rulers of that era. During the winter, there has been heavy snowfall in these mountains, especially in the Billing, Wheat Camp and Zantigari, from November to March. The temperature to reach up to -10 degrees Celsius and the top-4 degrees Celsius in the city and the temperature around the peak of the winter is low. Light snowfall is very low in the city, which melt instantly
Baba Balkarupi Temple (2 km)
This temple is situated in the village of Gororu, which is also called Balakarupi after this temple. (The name “Balakarupi” which means “Avatar in the form of a male child” was given to Lord Balak Nath, according to an ancient belief that Lord Shiva’s son was the reincarnation of Lord Kartikeya, Balakruppi Temple, which is 2 km from Jogandernagar Baba Balak Nath, who is one of the nine “Nath” and 84 “Sidhs”, is one of the most prominent of the northern Indian states of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. A small temple of Ak Nath is located in the courtyard of every Hindu house in Himachal Pradesh, an annual fair is held on every Saturday of a special month in Balakrpi. The children of two and a half years in Balakrupi temple will be given the name of Mundan Samskar Is known from.
Lakshminarayan Temple (5km)
In a village known as Ner (6 km from Jogindar Nagar), Lord Laxminarayan has hundreds of years of temple. It is said that Lord Vishnu has meditated here for 300 years and has been created by Pandavas. This temple came in the minds of people when an industrialist from another state dreamed of meeting God and God, that he took care of the temple, the industrialist donated thousands of rupees for the repair of this temple. It is said that on that night the idol of God started inches from its original place and began to ring the bells on its own.
Bassee Power House and Chaprot (6 km)
The cost of the Bassi Power Project at Jogindar Nagar is the cheapest in the country. Its capacity is 66 MW. HPCEB has built a residential colony working for its employees in Basi Power House, which has almost all modern facilities. A temple of Baba Balaknath is known as Chapru Baba, which is situated on a hill in the silence of the forest at a distance of 2 km from Basi Colony. Pilgrims come from distant places to visit the temple. It is said that a (late) Pt A retired forest ranger and a land lord of Mandi State had constructed a large house in the name of the Kothis (which is visible from the Basi Colony) and there he had a dream where Lord Baba Balknath instructed him to build a temple. Were. With a Chhoti from Kothi can go to Chapru Baba Mandir. The descendants of Pandit Akrru Ram, are honored by the local people, Which means land owner in the local language. Chaproot is situated on the top of the hill surrounding Basi, which is a reservoir reservoir and famous picnic spot from the Uhal River coming from Shahan Power House. The Chhaprot Basi gives power house water through huge pipes that cross the Chapru village and eventually the fisherman flows in the pit.
Chautranra (9 km)
Zhongseer Khayeeta Math Natural Village is a house for half-a-dozen Buddhist monasteries in Chaunthara and a large organization for Tibetan children is called Tibet Colony, Tibet village. This tea has been shown with gardens and terraced areas.
Banar Baba Temple (10 km)
At a height of 1700 meters above sea level, a temple of Banar Baba or Baba Balakanth is kept sacred and is situated in Banar village on a steep rocky hill. It is locally believed that after bathing near a holy waterfall in Banar village, different types of skin diseases can be cured.
Maheshwari Temple (Gadhwali Mata) (12 km)
Known as the Garhwali Mata Temple, this temple is located in an old fort on the height of 1450 meters on the top of the hill in the Sikander Dhar mountain range. Every year thousands of people come to pray to Goddess. An annual fair is organized during the Navaratri period. From this place one can see Joginder Nagar valley and Kangra valley on one side. Another historic fort is located half a kilometer away.
Lake Fishery (8 km)
This small lake, 9 km away, is considered sacred for the Golden Maharishi, because Makdhari Nath literally means ‘fish god’. Fishes are typically fed on Saturdays and Tuesdays. Fisheries in the stream are strictly prohibited. There is a religious fair organized on the occasion of Vasami festival every year for three days. It has a historic ruins of a bridge on Rana Khad, a river of Beas. Bassi Power House merges with the river flowing through the Uhal river in Makhali in Rana Khar. A temple dedicated to Makkader Nath is located next to the small lake along with the old statues of the deities. A comparatively large lake is 1 km west of Lake Holy Lake, which is 200 meters. Long and 50 meters wide and there is a crowd with Himalayan Mahasir. India’s first Mahasir fish farm is situated in a village near Bharu, about 2 km south.
Chaturbhuja Temple (25km)
An ancient temple situated at an altitude of 1500 meters is situated in the form of ‘Four-Arshat Devi’ and Goddess Durga, with a literal goddess Chaturbhuja, located in Basahi Dhar. The temple is in the crowd with devotees during Navaratri period.
Sikander Dhar and Fort (15 km from the road, 4 km by trekking) – Kalehdu
Sikkar Earth is a small mountain range of 30 km from north-west to south-east. It is home to many wildlife species including the Indian Peacock and Himalayan Lion, which is the vegetation species of Rhododendron and Himalayan sub-tropical pine forests. Bhabhrai Peak is the highest place in this category at a distance of 1830 meters from the sea side and has a temple dedicated to Goddess Bhabhii. On the other side, the temple of Sugari Mata is believed to have been associated with Sikandar Dhar name by the name ‘Alexander the Great’. Along with it, there is a temple of Mother Simasa in Ludhwaro, which is famous in the state by the name of Dattri. Cricket Ground and Fair Ground
Distance from Market: 56 km
Distance from Chandigarh: 256 km
Distance from Shimla: 210 km
Distance from Pathankot: 150 km
Nearest broad gauge train station: Pathankot (163 km)
Nearest airport: Gagal Airport (75 km)
The narrow gauge railway of Kangra Valley has added Pathankot to Jogindar Nagar and thus all other Indian Railway Networks