The SpaceAt 7700 feet (2300 Meters), 15 Kms ahead of the magical valley of Barot, there lies a hidden paradise at the foot hills of Dhauladhar, a large and beautiful valley surrounded by high mountains, a vast farmland and fields of Cauliflower on step farms. Surrounded by traditional villages with houses made of wood and built up in old style with virtually zero urbanisation, the villages of Nalhota, Badagran and Rajgundha throw a different world to the visitors. With lush green mountains, flowing waterfalls, vast open lands, old style housing, and beautiful snow clad mountains offer a magnificent experience. The entire area is referred as Chotha Bhangal and is partitioned by gushing UHL River flowing from far ahead Thamsar Glacier which forms a gateway to the legendary Bara Bhangal popularly known as remotest village of Himalayas. The trek to Bara Bhangal, Rajgundha, and Bir Billing (India's highest paragliding site) starts from here. On one side there's a 3.5 hours trek to Billing after crossing China Pass and on the other side the beautiful trek to Bara Bhangal which encompasses beautiful views and walk along forests, River, Glaciers and the majestic Thamsar Pass towering at 4800 meters being the highest of the Dhauladhar Passes, leading to remote Bara Bhangal area with villages settled along gushing Ravi River totally isolated from modern world surrounded by impregnable mountains on one side and roaring Ravi on the other. To exit Bara Bhangal one has to either cross Thamsar Pass and visit Chotha bhangal or cross the equally difficult Kaliheni Pass (4900 meters) and reach Manali after an adventurous yet beautiful trek totally 13 days from Chotha Bhangal to Manali. Their are ample opportunities for adventure enthusiasts in this area as there are small yet beautiful treks to Billing, Rajgundha, Hanuman Garh Fort, Dhathi, Bir, Plachak, Johardi, Panharthu, Nehru Pass and interiors of Nargu Wildlife Sanctuary which is densely populated by wild animals like Black Bear, Brown Bear, Himalayan Palm Civent, barking Deer, Indian Hare, common Langur, Leopard, Rhesus Macaque, Himalayan yellow throated stone Marten, Indian Porcupine, common giant flying Squirrel and Himalayan Weasel. Other Things to NoteWe provide luxury stay to our visitors with ample fun and adventure opportunities like River Crossing, Zipline, Jumaar, Waterfall Rappeling, Rock climbing, Trekking, Angling (Fishing), River side camping and bonfire along with TV, Games, and Movies along with a comfortable stay in our luxury tents with modern amenities, delicious food and breath-taking views. Book now for a memorable and fun-filled holiday weekend with your family and friends at our camp and experience a different world which you had never heard or experienced before.