The natural charms in the Himachal Himalaya have been the reasons for Himachal Pradesh being a destination of adventure heights and leisure delight for travellers across the globe. It is in trailing journals, leisure diaries and honeymoon gossips for travellers visited places in Himachal Pradesh like Shimla, Manali, Dharamshala, Dalhousie, Kasauli, Solan, Chail and Mandi. Himachal Pradesh as one of the adventure holidays destination in India excites backpackers, bikers and road-trippers to off-beat destinations in the Himachal Himalaya like Kasol, Barot, Choordhar, Janjehli, Kharapathar, Theog, Sangla, Chitkul, Shoja, Kalpa, Kaza and Keylong. Trekkers seeking short, moderate or strenuous treks in the Himachal Himalayan region have a basket of trailing tracks snaking through the mountains, crossing several remote shepherd villages and passing through forests, which are home to many endangered Himalayan animal, birds and plant species. Camping in Himachal Pradesh in the high altitude lake regions like Prashar Lake, Dehnasar Lake, Chandra Taal, Suraj Tal, Brighu Lake, Manimahesh Lake, Chander Naun and Lama Dal is also a must to do adventure activities on the lap of Himachal Himalaya.
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