Rohtang Pass: Situated at a height of 3979 m, Rohtang pass is about 52 kms from Manali on highway to Keylong-Leh highway. The pass offers a panoramic view of snow-clad mountains all around. The pass usually remains open from May end onwards till October. The remaining period it remains snow-bound and closed for vehicular traffic. Rohtang is a gateway to Lahaul Spiti, Pangi and Leh valley just as Zojila pass is a gateway to Ladakh.
Rahala Waterfalls: Situated 16 kms, as one cross over the Rohtang pass from the Lahaul side, magical Rahala Falls is set amidst pristine outdoors.
Solang Valley: Situated 13 kms from Manali Solang Valley is a scenic valley between Solang village and Beas Kund. From Solang Valley one gets awesome view of the snow capped mountains Himalayas. It boasts of fine ski slopes and is the famous skiing destination of Himachal Pradesh.
Manali: The most popular hill station of Himachal Pradesh is situated towards the end of the Kullu Valley on the National Highway leading to Leh. It is a scenic town set by the banks of the Beas river meanders through with towering snow-capped peaks all around. Dotted with many apple orchards and lines of Pine and deodars, winter is a snowy white affair as the town is flocked by both domestic as well as international tourists making a bee-line to Solang Valley for skiing.
Kullu: The awesome Kullu Valley opens up its charm to the either side of the enchanting Beas River that skirts through the Kullu Valley. It breathtaking beauty becomes an inspirational point for any visitor, trekkers, artists, mountaineers in fact anyone who wishes to breathe the fresh air of the Himalayas laced with some awesome mountain scenery. A visit to the Kullu Shawl factory is a must do wherein you witness for yourself how this exquisite shawls are hand woven.