The most noteworthy mountain top in Shimla slopes, Chanshal (height 4,520 meters) is to a great extent an unexplored pearl that servers the migrant craving of voyagers looking for experience, magnificence and some days of detachment. At the point when on the summit, it feels conceivable to touch snow clad crests out there, and on the off chance that one looks down onto the Pabbar valley, it seems like a work of art of streams and creeks loaded scene that runs amuck into backwoods lands before releasing into Pabbar River.
On the way to Chanshal statures, which is around 150 km from Shimla, through Theog, Khara Pathar and Jubhal, at a separation of 105 km, voyagers get the opportunity to visit the popular Hatkoti Vajreshwari Devi Temple. At the passage to Chansal, this lovely wood cut sanctuary houses a profoundly adored meter high icon of an eight furnished goddess produced using rich composite metal.
Around 20 Kms from Hatkoti, Rohru is vital to investigating the area. This developing town is settled on the banks of River Pabbar, a tributary of the Tons that channels into Yamuna River. The wide open around the district is extravagant with apple plantations and the streaming waters are toasted for its trout fish. It is additionally the beginning stage for a few treks in the valley.
In spite of being in close vicinity to Shimla, the area has generally stayed unexplored on account of absence of good streets. It was just in 2006 that the administration figured out how to connect the trans-Chanshal area of Dodra – Kwar in the wake of building a street over Chanshal pass.
In spite of the fact that, the street has made Chanshal valley available, yet because of substantial snowfall it stays slice off from November to February. Perfect time to visit the area is amid the months of May-June and September-October for amid the stormy period of July-August, the valley may not be travel cordial as generally and one is encouraged to abstain from trekking to the summit.
There is likewise a saucer lake on the slope. One can trek to see the lake and a few other delightful spots where nature is taking care of business.
In recent years, the Chanshal has been perceived as one of the best spots for skiing in Himachal Pradesh. This district has perfect slants that extend from 2 to 12 kilometers. The administration has even attracted up arrangements to establish a ski resort in the valley.
Chanshal is 50 km from Rohru. In the middle of there are numerous littler stations in transit, which incorporate Seema, Chirgaon and Tikkri. To get to the slope main one needs to trek from the Chanshal Pass.
On the course to the untouched valley, Himachal tourism has developed lodgings at Rohru, Khara Pattar and Hatkoti. Other than there are PWD and Forest Rest houses at numerous spots that should be reserved ahead of time.
The drive on the course, particularly one along Pabbar River is extremely beautiful, frequently enticing the explorer to stop by, venture out of the vehicle to appreciate the perspectives around.