Wildflower Hall, Shimla In The Himalayas
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An Indian train journey Meeting V.P.Singh The drive to Wildflower Hall--80 kms of mountain road barely 2 lanes wide for cars, trucks, motor scooters, pedestrians, cows, monkeys and goats.
I reached Shimla at 4:30 PM the day before & got down at the lower bus stand and started my way up to the Mall Road. There are a lot of stairs you need to climb to get to the mall road if you are not opting to take the lift. It was like a warm up for next day’s trek. After checking in the hotel, I went out to eat something and most importantly, to inquire about the buses to Khatnol. I first went down to Lakkarbazar bus ...
... out of the original road that was built in 1936. Nothing has been done to improve the trail since then.
Shortly you would be able to see the temple and will come out of the forest cover. Just the sight of the peak and temple will give you energy to complete your trek. You might also see some Indian Macaques (Gray Langoors) near the peak.
Just continue on the trail and you will start witnessing the ...
... I packed my backpack and walked the four kilometres or so along the main track and shortcut paths, down to Barsheni where I had expected to be yesterday afternoon. After lunch there I waited for a bus... and waited... Several other people - locals and hippie backpackers - were also waiting. Nearly two hours passed and then a shared-taxi minibus arrived from the direction of Manikaran/Kasol; a woman backpacker got out and told us that there were major ...
... the main Pulga -> Khir Ganga path). Shortly after the village my guide-porter had to ask some locals which of two paths was the Tosh shortcut. This was a little disconcerting but I thought nothing much of this. We hiked along this less-trodden path for another hour (passing several cannabis plants growing wild along the edges of the path!), and Kalga on the southern side of the Parvati Valley came into view. We continued on and started to head north along ...