Promenading in the Mountains and Glens of Himachal – Sach Pass, Kugti, Barot

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Day 5 : October 7,2019 – Bharmour to Chamba

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First shot of the day, last shot at Bharmour – clouds everywhere

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A hurried shot of a pheasant

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The river Ravi accompanied us on this return journey.

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After reaching the outskirts of Chamba, we took a delayed breakfast with Amritsari kulcha, and the taste was beautiful. With tummies fully filled, we started ascent again.

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The views that we had been missing the most so far.

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Chamba town

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Gaurav Dutt

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Awesome.
Jot pass is a treat, not many people know about it!!

Did you visit Banni mata temple, which is in between Chamba and Bharmour, mid-way there is a road which goes to Tundah wildlife sanctuary where this temple is, it is situated right at the base of pir-panjal range and you need to trek for 4KM.
 
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