Arrival Tashi Jong and walk around for acclimatization and visit in the Monastries. Night stay in hotel.
Bir-Billing (2800 mt) Billing is located on a ridge without any vegetation. Billing is famous for conducting hang gliding, Paragliding competition. It gives a panoramic view of the valley below. Night stay in tents.
Billing- Kothi kohar village (20 km). Kothi Kohar falls in the backward area of Chhota Bhangal enrooted one can see many species of herbal plants. The catchment are of the nearby village i.e. rubling river and other tributaries from the Uhl river which at Barot into Lamabugh river which descends from Lohardi. Night stay in Tents or village house.
Kothi Kohar-Lohardi (19mt) Lohardi is a lovely village on the left side of the Lamadugh river. This area is becoming more and more popular amongst foreign tourists for its quietness beauty and this region is visited by botanists for collection of rare species of medicinal plants of their interest. Night stay in tents.
Lohardi- Marahad (9kgm.). The trek starts from Lohardi to Polang and then Marhad – a place where lot of timber work is done. Morhad valley is similar to the valley of flowers in Garwal with plenty of wild flowers. Trek is eacy and photogenic with greenery all around. Night in tents.
Marhad- camping ground below the lake (3150 mgrs.) 15 Km from Marhad the first camping place comes after 3 hours strenuous climb between thickly wooded forest and bushes. A vary flat area below the lake with numbers rivulets form a beautiful camping ground. Night stay in tents.
Danser lake has circumference of about 800 mtrs. Just below the peaks at an elevation of 4150 mtrs. This lake is visited by devo tees of the Lord Shiva to take holpy dip in sacred water for fulfillment of their desires, this pilgrimage comes after the Manimahesh Yatra. Back to camping place.
Camping ground – Barot, a beautiful hill town with trout fish farm and water reservoir. Night halt in tents. Day 09 – Back to Bir by jeep and night stay in hotel.
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