Nestled in the peaks of northern Himalayas lies the Jalori mountain skip, an undiscovered splendor located among the prominent towns of Kullu and Shimla. Perhaps one might recognise it better as the snow-protected summit in the Bollywood movie "Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani", in which actors Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone are visible hiking via the mountainside. With scenic views of the snow-capped Himalayan panorama and the sparkling mountain air to surround you, the hike through Jalori Pass has much to provide with remarkable plants, birds and the surroundings for a surreal experience.
The direction results in the close by Serolsar Lake and 'Budhi Naagin' temple, which not simplest caters to the desires of the perpetual trekkers however also offers an escapade for nature enthusiasts and spiritual devotees. At a peak of 10,800 feet above sea level, the path through this mountain skip is particularly untouched as a traveler attraction, probably because of the hype surrounding the roads to reach this bypass. And it's miles completely justified.
Although the Jalori Pass is a mere five kilometers from the hamlet of Shoja, it isn't for the faint-hearted. The street is narrow and extraordinarily steep, not to mention uneven and complete of potholes, making it a bumpy trip. Vehicles are vulnerable to slipping due to frost for the duration of the winter, even after machines have swept away the snow. Sometimes it will become tough to drive the car even in first tools.