Whispering Rocks Resort

Address: 8 km.Point, Manali-Rohtang Highway Palchan, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, 175131, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 8 km.Point, Manali-Rohtang Highway Palchan, Manali.
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Travel Blogs from Manali

Day 9: Keylong to Sarchu

A travel blog entry by davefrow on Jul 26, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... We have passed lots of these petrol tankers, quite small relative to ours. Sometimes the road narrows to one lane where it is very steep and rocky so a queue forms. The trucks here must be so tough. Our next leg is quite high and there is a lot of snow melt coming off the mountains above us and running across the road. Two of these streams are particularly deep with a queue of bikes, cars and vans getting stuck. Two of our crew have unplanned swims but there are many ...

Day Ten – Time to get to the mountains!

A travel blog entry by meckley on Jul 04, 2014

44 photos

... we were almost at the turn. He would jam on the brakes and turn the steering wheel. As soon as the car was mostly around the corner, the acceleration began again! There were some times where I was sure we would skid past the turn and go off the road. What I mean by off the road is that we would roll down the steep cliff side!!!! Both Kim and my heads would sway back and forth! I kept hoping that we would not bump heads!!!

We arrived at the Rohtang Pass at 13,060 feet. It was ...

First Ascents in the Miyar Valley!

A travel blog entry by therunningdog on Aug 30, 2013

2 comments, 41 photos

... and basically unclimbable. The glaciers, that provided access to the peaks called "The Ogres"(which we hoped to climb) looked melted out, steep, and constantly peppered with rockfall from above.

Pot Hole

A travel blog entry by dont_pannik on Aug 21, 2013


... into a sobering reality with three heavy rucksacks, we trudged the dark street to the bus stop.
And thus it was; that drunk, tired and oblivious we got into a minibus with three Indians, two Israelis, one Korean, one Polish and one Unidentified, pulled out of India's generous drug Mecca through the dead of the Himalayan night and started out along one of the most notoriously dangerous roads in the world.

For a few hours, our plan worked flawlessly; ...

Manali - Is that weed growing in the street?

A travel blog entry by beckyandboggy on May 07, 2013

2 photos

... have come from as far as Chennai and Bangalore – Manali must be worth it! My fave family have a son Arrow and a daughter Priya from Chennai who have already spent 27 hours on a train before boarding the bus. No complaints from me anymore. As we sail further up in the bus we pass rushing rivers and hilly villages and those views suddenly come to life. Snow peaked mountains and clear greenery as far as we can see. Priya is stunned and has ...