The Hatu peak is the highest peak in the 2 hour vicinity of Shimla perched at 3100mts. Between January and mid April each year the peak is out of bounds because of the blanket of heavy snow it receives. A 7kms narrow Jeep road, meandering through the forest brings us to the top; from Narkanda, the gateway to the apple country of Himachal.
Our hiking adventure today will find us driving to Narkanda early morning at 7:00AM and arriving in Narkanda at nearly 9:00 AM. After breakfast we will drive a short while from where the road narrows down and begin our hike through the thick forest. The beginning is a well defined trail and we are ascending through thick foliage, and spruce and cedar pine. Depending on the time of year, a variety of wildflowers grace the hillsides - the rhododendrons flower a dark red in spring, summer has banks of roses, daises and buttercups, the monsoons speckle the luxuriant grass with lilies-of-the-valley and peonies. Through the year, flitting butterflies stab quick flashes of color. After an hour of walking we reach out to an open meadow of Jhamunda, from where the climb steepens. There is no marked trail on this stretch so trust your field expert and take his towline. These thick forests are infested with Himalayan black bears. Another two hours later we are at Hatu top. Muse around and treat yourself to the scenic grandeur of the Himalayas a grand 360degrees view, stretching as far as the Sutlej valley below and the Uttarakhand Himalayas to the east. Seek blessings at the Hateshwari temple, the local deity, to whom a temple is dedicated here. Walk further to the meadows at Jaubagh and walk back to drive down the road to the junction. Instead of heading to Narkanda we proceed to the small lake of Tani Jubbar. Musings thereafter we drive back to Shimla.
Distance Walking 12kms
The Hatu Peak is the Highest Peak in the 2 Hour Vicinity of Shimla Perched At 3100mts. Between January and Mid April Each Year the Peak is Out of Bounds Because of the Blanket of Heavy Snow It Receives. A 7kms Narrow Jeep Road, Meandering Through the Forest Brings Us to the Top; from Narkanda, the Gateway to the Apple Country of Himachal.
Our Hiking Adventure Today Will Find Us Driving to Narkanda Early Morning At 7:00am and Arriving in Narkanda At Nearly 9:00 Am. After Breakfast We Will Drive a Short While from Where the Road Narrows Down and Begin Our Hike Through the Thick Forest. The Beginning is a Well Defined Trail and We are Ascending Through Thick Foliage, and Spruce and Cedar Pine. Depending On the Time of Year, a Variety of Wildflowers Grace the Hillsides - the Rhododendrons Flower a Dark Red in Spring, Summer Has Banks of Roses, Daises and Buttercups, the Monsoons Speckle the Luxuriant Grass with Lilies-of-the-valley and Peonies. Through the Year, Flitting Butterflies Stab Quick Flashes of Color. After An Hour of Walking We Reach Out to An Open Meadow of Jhamunda, from Where the Climb Steepens. There is No Marked Trail On this Stretch So Trust Your Field Expert and Take His Towline. These Thick Forests are Infested with Himalayan Black Bears. Another Two Hours Later We are At Hatu Top. Muse Around and Treat Yourself to the Scenic Grandeur of the Himalayas a Grand 360degrees View, Stretching as Far as the Sutlej Valley Below and the Uttarakhand Himalayas to the East. Seek Blessings At the Hateshwari Temple, the Local Deity, to Whom a Temple is Dedicated Here. Walk Further to the Meadows At Jaubagh and Walk Back to Drive Down the Road to the Junction. Instead of Heading to Narkanda We Proceed to the Small Lake of Tani Jubbar. Musings Thereafter We Drive Back to Shimla.
Distance Walking 12kms
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