Rajgundha Valley Himachal Pradesh trek offers a stunning view of the Himalayan Mountains, amazing snow mountains, Thmser pass mountain view, UHL river view, Green valley with beautiful attraction. The environment is the main attraction in Rajgundha Valley.
Bir Billing is one of the best places for adventures activities. Raj Gundha & Kukar Gundha are twin villages which have a beautiful environment, Villages are well connected with other villages but still not connected with the road and have amazing views and the loveable aroma all around the valley. This valley is full of birds and wildlife. Villagers here live here for 6 months and in winters move to lower places with their cattle’s to save them from snow and cold. Houses made up of old traditional way with stone and mud. Earlier this area was under wildlife sanctuary but recently village area removed from wildlife and used as agriculture land. It’s a tribal village with old structured houses which built of stone, mud, and wood.
Badagran is an old village and traditional heritage of Himachal. Here in the village houses constructed with stone slates and big wooden logs. This village is recently connected by road with the other lower area of Himachal Pradesh. Villagers live on cattle’s and the vegetables they grow, the valley is tremendously fertile to grow the vegetables and the pulses. The area is disconnected with other parts in winters due to heavy snowfall, that’s why villagers store the sufficient foodstuff and woods for winters, few of them move to lower parts.
These villages fall in Chaota Bhangal of The Bhangal valley is in Kangra District of Himachal Pradesh and it is divided into two different sub-regions; Bada Bhangal and Chota Bhangal which are divided by thamsar pass of 4500 mts. There are 7 panchayats in the Bhangal region. Out of these panchayat’s, only 3 are connected with road. Chota bhangal region is easily reachable throughout the year, but Bada Bhangal region is disconnected in winters as the Bada bhangal region is for and over the Thamsar Pass of 4500 mts. Bada Bhangal region is connected by three sides but all the ways are over the high mountain passes and along treks. First one Kangra valley through RajGundha, 2nd is Chamba valley through Naya gran and the third side is Kullu. All the three routes are disconnected during winters due to heavy snowfall and valley is hidden during winters.
People are depending on agriculture. They grow vegetable here which are export to lower part of Himachal Pradesh.The Trek passing through fields and then enter to Devdar trees and Rhododendron forest to reach UHL river, cross the river by a wooden bridge.
Escape the rush for a moment and go for a walk, explore a Rajgundha valley, remember what it feels like to breathe fresh air and hear the wind in the mountains. Nature is waiting for you. What are you waiting for?