Unexplored Jalori Pass provides immense pleasure to adventure lovers

by Sameer

There are many beautiful places in Himachal Pradesh where one can spend memorable moments with family. Himachal is also famous for numerous mountain passes which connect different regions. Located at 3550 meters above sea level, Jalori pass in Kullu is very popular among adventure lovers. While visiting this place, the natural beauty of snow clad summits would provide you immense pleasure. Besides this, the tourists can also see Serolsar lake situated amidst the lush green forests.

The best time to visit Jalori pass is between June and October. The severe cold waves prevail here during winter season, so one should not go there in the months of December, January or February. It would be even more memorable visit, if you reach this place by your own vehicle. It’s extremely fun to travel with your family or friends on the crisscross roads here. While coming here, one thing is to be kept in mind that one should fill vehicle’s fuel tank at full because there is a scarcity of petrol pumps as well as transport facilities in the area. People who come here are advised to drive their vehicle on top gear.
There is a temple of Mahakali, known as Jalori Mata at this place. It is the centre of religious faith. Jalori Pass is just 6 kms away from Serolasar Lake, which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region. There are many beautiful waterfalls here. One can also experience the long trekking terrain here. One would sense immense bliss amidst the fruit orchards here. Restaurants are also available here for tourists.

HOW TO REACH
The nearest airport from Jalori Pass is situated at Bhuntar. One can take taxi or bus to go to Jalori from Bhuntar. The nearest railway station from here is located 154 kilometers away at Baijnath. The distance from Jalori Pass to Delhi is 508 kms. You can reach Jalori pass from Delhi via Rupnagar-Kullu-Banjar. Jalori is situated at 75 kms from Kullu , 280 kms from Chandigarh and 151 kms from Shimla.
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