Trekking / Hiking
Devbhumi or the heavenly abode of Gods is also serves as an abode to trekking and hiking enthusiasts. Local treks around Urvashi’s Retreat serve all levels of expediency be it the beginner or the amateur.
Nature & Cultural Walks
Explore the nooks and crannies of Shanag their rustic beauty as Mr. Karma guides you through the local way of living.
Visit the Alternate Terrain, which is an adventure trail park set up in Patlikuhl by Veer Chatrath. Drift along the Beas river in his high-tech all terrain vehicles (ATV) through river-beds and marshlands to have a ride of a lifetime.
Different to the professionalism of the neighbouring Bir Billing Terrain, our local paragliders offer a flight that has its own thrill and bird’s eye view.
Looking for an adrenaline-rush? Go for an adventurous river-rafting trip on the Beas and when you pass under the Bhuntar bridge, be sure to make a wish!
Ride/ drive to the Rohtang Pass
You wouldn’t want to miss being on one of the most scenic driving routes in the world when you’re right next to it, would you? Make no further delay in getting on to the road to Rohtang via the scenic townships of Kothi, Marhi and Gulaba. We’ll wait while you catch your breath from all the beauty that you witnessed.
Solang Cable Cars
Get the classic Swiss alpine vibe right next door! The high quality Solang cable cars are available at a remarkably affordable price for priceless views.
Take a short hike upstream the Ahilya River on our right or let one of our staff members escort you to a scenic picnic spot where you can enjoy a steaming cup of tea and refreshments while soaking in all the pristine Himalayan beauty.
Mountaineering/ Rock Climbing
At the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Institute of Mountaineering and Allied Sports
As its name suggests, this institute dedicated to teaching and conducting adventure sports such as rock climbing, mountaineering and skiing. Open to both domestic as well as foreign enthusiasts, the Mountaineering Institute offers boarding facilities and even hires out it mountaineering equipment for trekking purposes.
The Beas and its neighbouring tributary Teerthan are sought after places for catching the famous Himalayan Rainbow Trout as a sport.