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12 Top Winter Road Trips from Chandigarh to Rohtang Pass

Chandigarh is one of the planned cities in the country. No matter how much we talk about the beauty of this city, it is never going to be enough. However, if you still get bored in the city and want to move towards the mountains, you can consider Manali. There are several places to visit in Manali that you will not feel bored even for a second. Here are some of the mentioned:

12 Best Places to visit from Chandigarh to Rohtang Pass during winters

1. Solang Valley

skiing in Solang Valley

Solang Valley is one of the most popular spots that you can visit in Manali. You can enjoy some of the best adventure sports here. From skiing to zorbing and paragliding, you can try several things when you are here.

2. Jogini Falls

Jogini Falls

To reach the waterfall, you have to trek from the main town. You will be able to have glimpses of the snow-covered peaks of Rohtang from this fall. Apart from this, you can also take a tour of the old shrines that you can find around the waterfall.

3. Hadimba Temple

Hadimba Temple, Manali

Hadimba Temple is also called Dhungari Temple by the locals here. Dedicated to Hadimba Devi, wife of Bhima, a unique and beautiful wooden architecture can be seen in this temple. There is another shrine within the premises of Hadimba Temple that is dedicated to her son, Ghatotkacha.

4. Hampta Pass

Hampta Pass

Hampta Pass is a trekking trail, which is counted among the easy to medium difficulty. One of the major attractions of the trek is the Chandratal Lake. The pass is perched at a height of more than 4000 meters on the Pir Panjal Range.

5. Arjun Gufa

arjun gufa, Manali

As the legends say, one of the Pandava brothers, Arjun meditated here. You can enjoy captivating views from the hills as well as the valleys around. The major attractions near the cave include Kunt Bhayo Lake and Kunti Mata Temple.

6. Van Vihar

Van Vihar

Surrounded by verdant greenery, while the Deodar trees touching the sky; you can take a stroll at Van Vihar for a relaxing evening. You can also have some fun on a boat ride here.

7. Himalayan Nyingmapa Buddhist Temple

Himalayan Nyingmapa Buddhist Temple

To explore spirituality and calm your soul, you must visit the Himalayan Nyingmapa Buddhist Temple. The pagoda-style architecture and the chanting of the Buddhist monks in the evening create a different vibe in the monastery. You will certainly spend some of the best moments here.

Manali is actually one of the best places in the country where you can spend your days at peace and also indulge yourself in various adventure activities. A road trip from Chandigarh to Manali can never be a bad idea. The condition of the road is good and you will enjoy a smooth drive to the hills. The distance between Chandigarh and Manali is 288 km via NH154 and the time taken to travel is 8 hours and 33 minutes.

Once you are done visiting all the nooks of Manali, and now if you want to add some thrill to your trip, you can travel 51 km further to reach Rohtang Pass. A road trip from Chandigarh to Rohtang Pass is full of adventure and in some areas; you may even get an Adrenaline rush. The route is certainly not for the weak-hearted, but it is one of the best, especially during the months when the route is open. The Rohtang Pass – Manali route remains open only for three months. The pass is perched at an elevation of 13000 feet.

The distance between Chandigarh to Rohtang Pass is 338.8 km, and the travel duration between these two places is 10 hours and 25 minutes. You will find a rough patch in the route called Rani Nallah, which can be really tricky; hence you need to be very careful. The best time to travel from Chandigarh to Rohtang Pass is between May and October.

When you visit this mesmerizing destination, you will have several places to visit near Rohtang Pass. Let us go through the options we have.

8. Rahala Waterfalls

Rahala Waterfalls

Rahala waterfall is one of the most picturesque falls you will ever see. You may even trek through the fall and enjoy nature at its best. The road near the waterfall is slippery, so you may need to be careful.

9. Chandra and Bhaga Rivers

Chandra and Bhaga Rivers

Chandra and Bhaga rivers are the results of the glaciers in the Shivalik Ranges in the Himalayas that melt and flow downwards taking the form of these two rivers. The Bhaga River then flows across the Spiti Valley and after the confluence, is called the Chenab River. The confluence looks one of a kind and a destination that must be visited by every tourist who visits Rohtang Pass.

10. Lahaul and Spiti Valley


This is the land that connects the country with Tibet. Lahaul and Spiti Valley have several monasteries and also the destination where you will get the actual Buddhist vibes and even learn a lot about Buddhism.

11. Khoksar Village

Khoksar village is the coldest place in the Rohtang Pass region. If you are visiting during winters, you will find almost the entire village blanketed by snow, but during the summers the snow may meltdown and you will be able to witness the beautiful view of Rohtang.

12. Atal Tunnel

Atal Tunnel

Atal Tunnel is a highway tunnel constructed under Rohtang Pass. You must visit the Atal Tunnel since it is the longest tunnel in the world, which helps to lessen the travel time between Manali and Keylong.ย 

While you are all set to start the enthralling journey from Chandigarh to Rohtang Valley, you can rent a car in Chandigarh from Revv. You can choose a car that is best suited for the route and save your money and energy from having to shift between various modes of transports.

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