Highlights of Adi Chamunda Temple Trail: Attractions and Facilities

Adi Chamunda Temple Trail  gives an opportunity to enjoy natural beauties, including delicate flowers and big birds, and closely observe summer lifestyle of shepherds, including their relationship with their flock of sheep and goat.

Today’s photo essay presents highlights from the trail. The highlights are divided into four categories:

  1. Attractions,
  2. Amenities and facilities,
  3. Unruly Hikers, and
  4. Other Useful Sights.

13 Trail Attractions: Wildlife and Shepherds’ Summer Lifestyle

Vultures in Himalayas

A vulture in flight

 

Flowers of Himalayas

The blue geranium grows on the rocks and enriches them.

 

A snail measures Adi Chamunda Temple Trail in Kangra

A black snail enjoys the sun.

 

Dhauladhar Range from Kangra

Dhauladhars

 

Baner Khad Bridge in Kangra

Baner Khad Bridge: The bridge spanning the Baner Khad connects Jiya (Jia) Village and Badsar Village from where the trail to Chaumanda Temple starts. Beyond the khad, on the left, are Jiya and other villages on the periphery of Palampur, and on the right, are Yol and the neighborhood.

 

Shepherd from Kangra

A shepherd who wishes to join police force

 

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