Hotel Snow Line

Address: Hadimba Road, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, 175131, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Hadimba Road, Manali.
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        Travel Blogs from Manali

        Week Four of Placement

        A travel blog entry by asteller on Oct 26, 2014

        3 comments, 26 photos

        ... time a get a lot out of it. We then went home for our last night in East Home Apartments, the odd cracker still exploding from the Dawali celebrations. We arrived at Bangalore Airport at 11:45pm on Saturday night, our flight having been delayed one hour and forty-five minutes. We had sent Bangalore Baptist Hospital our flight details and they said they had organised transport from the airport and hospital accommodation for us. We walked the long row of bemused people ...

        Kunzum/Rohtang - The LONG, LONG, LONG Day.

        A travel blog entry by michaelandre on Aug 16, 2014

        35 photos

        ... most beautiful (and difficult) that I will experience in my life. To paraphrase Auntie Mame, "The problem with roads in India is gargantuan."

        Kunzum: We passed through the Kunzum Pass – 15,000 foot high roads that were the roughest on our journey. There were several waterfall crossing over the roads that the drivers coming from both directions had to help each other negotiate. We felt like we were in the middle of a documentary ...

        Kasol: The serene Valley [Part 1]

        A travel blog entry by adityavsb on Dec 29, 2013

        5 photos

        ... that it was complete silence in the car and on the remaining trip, no one ever said anything to our esteemed driver about driving fast. The mountains were gigantic, without any snow apart at their tops and the vegetation was typical high altitude trees- Chir Pine, Teak and Deodar. Sometimes so dense that sunlight finds it hard to penetrate them. One thing I liked so much there was the humor among people living in mountains, the quotes written on warning signs ...

        The Long Road to the Miyar Valley!

        A travel blog entry by therunningdog on Aug 20, 2013

        2 comments, 21 photos

        ... Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">Finally, we arrive at Rohtang Pass, just under 13,000' elevation. There are open-air tea shops scattered across the windy fog-laden pass, and Indian tourists (some wearing faded, gaudy, rented snowmobile suits) walk around to take their first glimpse at snow - the traces of snow that remain from the winter.

        On a highway to heaven! Rohtang Pass

        A travel blog entry by anvt on Jun 09, 2013

        20 photos

        ... stepped inside the temple, we were frostbitten and wanted to come back to the warmth of our shoes. There was just a big hole through which the snow naturally entered the temple and a photo of some God. Nice business idea of a temple on the top of a mountain! Then started the skiing lessons. The first one to go was Mohit. The others were busy in getting their photographs clicked with various background/smile/pose combinations. An old lady offered us ...