The best thing to do during the visit to the quiet adventure destination of Manali would be to visit the beautiful picturesque sites in and around the city. There are a number of temple, monasteries, passes, waterfalls, landscapes etc. Besides one can also opt for the various adventure sports organized here every year.
As we all know that Manali is one of most popular hill station in India, Manali is a happening place for adventure sports too Those who like Adventure sports, love Manali. There are many adventure sports that can be enjoyed at this hill station,, One can do Para Sailing , Zorbing , Para Gliding at Solang Valley at Manali, White water rafting is another adventure attraction at Manali,kayaking, and mountain biking.The best thing to do during the visit to the quiet adventure destination of Manali would be to visit the beautiful picturesque sites in and around the city. There are a number of temple, monasteries, passes, waterfalls, landscapes etc. Besides one can also opt for the various adventure sports organized here every year.
Skiing is a major pastime in Manali. Facilities for skiing are available at Solang Nallah (January-March) and Rohtang Pass (during summer). The Mountaineering Institute at Solang Nallah is a good training ground for mountaineering enthusiasts. Heli skiing is possible in the deep snowfields. The Mountaineering Institute and Allied Sports is about three km from the Mall and offers mountaineering and kayaking courses. Kayaking is possible on the Beas River.
There are several good hikes from Manali. The 12-km hike up the western banks of the Beas to the Solang Valley is worth all the efforts made. Lama Dugh meadow is a six-km hike up to the Manalsu Nallah, west of Manali town.
In the summers, several travel agencies organize paragliding on the slopes of the Solang Nallah. The charges generally include accommodation, food, equipment, and a guide, but not transport.
From May to July and, depending on the monsoons, from mid-September to mid-October, some basic rafting is possible on the Beas. The trips generally begin at Pirdi and continue 16 km down to Jhiri.
The Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation provides day permits for fishing. Permits can be obtained also at Patlikhul. Angling in the Kullu valley is possible at Larji, Katrain and Kasol.