A valley is a lower part of the land, between two higher parts which might be hills or mountains. A valley is made deeper by a stream of water or a river as it flows from the high land to the lower land, and into a lake or sea. Some valleys are made by glaciers which are slow-moving rivers of ice. Valleys are most commonly drained by rivers and may occur in a relatively flat plain or between ranges of hills or mountains area like Himachal Pradesh.
There are various valley present in Himachal Pradesh but the famous valleys are-
1.Parvati valley, Himachal Pradesh.
2.Lug Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
3.Habban Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
4.Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
5.Kangara Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
6.Barot Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
7.Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
8.Solang Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
9.Lahaul Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
Parvati Valley, Himachal Pradesh
The Parvati Valley is situated at a distance of around 40 km from Kasol, the valley meets the valley of Dibibokri Nal river which is a tributary of Parvati River, which climbs towards the Northeast to the Dibibokri Glacier and Dibibokri Pyramid mountain peak (6400m). Lying in the Greater Himalayan Range, eastwards from the confluence of Parvati River and Beas. Parvati Valley height is about 5,000 meters above sea level. Staying away from druggists and refrain from buying drugs of any kind in Parvati Valley. Try not to do an adventure outdoors at night just to be on a safer side. Instead, explore the valley during day time. Try to avoid travel in the monsoon season as landslides might occur at such time.
Lug Valley, Himachal Pradesh–
Lug Valley is situated in the Kullu District of the Himalayan region in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. The valley attracts tourists, which would generate several employment opportunities for them.
Habban Valley, Himachal Pradesh
The valley is located in the hills of Sirmaur, a lush green village that is 6770 ft in elevation. The Habban Valley is surrounded by forests of deodar. The wildlife in the area consists of peacocks, deer, tigers, bears, Kakkar, katsura and ghol. Direct buses are available from Shimla, Solan, and Rajgarh. There is no railway facility near Habban in less than 10 km. Habban Valley is perfect for some solitude or some adventurous fun with friends. The valley is surrounded by the thick, dense woods and the bird calls that come from everywhere.
Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh
The valley is ideal for trekking, fishing, wildlife watching, and discovering under-explored hill villages. There’s also the option of doing absolutely nothing as you relax among the pine trees in the valley. It has also known as Himachal’s Best Kept Secret’, Tirthan Valley perched at an altitude of 1600 metres above sea level. The best time to visit there is March to June. The valley has a facility for several fun activities including fishing, trekking, and wildlife watching. If you don’t want to involve in high-endurance activities, just explore the nearby villages or relax in the greenery.
Kangara Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
The Valley is situated in the Western Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh. It has an average elevation of 2000 ft. Kangra Valley is a strike valley and extends from the foot of the Dhauladhar range to the south of river Beas. The Kangra Valley has a Railway and aeroplane facility. The railway is a 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) gauge railway that runs from Pathankot, Punjab to Jogindernagar in Himachal Pradesh which runs through the sub-Himalayan region of Kangra Valley and is164 km (101.9 mi) long and Gaggal Airport, alternatively known as Kangra Airport or Dharamsala-Kangra Airport, is an airport located in Gaggal near Kangra in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, 14 Kilometres South-West of Dharamshala.
Barot Valley, Himachal Pradesh
Barot Valley is largely divided between Kangra District and Mandi District. Barot is the largest village/town in the valley and is comfortably perched at an altitude of approx. 1800m. The local name for this entire region is Chuhar valley (also spelt as Chauhar Valley). Access to Barot is possible throughout the year (except for a freak huge snowfall that blocks the road). The Valley is a beautiful destination to explore on a weekend/long-weekend budget travellers should roughly budget for costs of Rs. 700-1000 per day for all the experiences that I’ve mentioned here. The weather in Barot Valley is quite pleasant in the summer and understandably colder in the winter.
Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
The name “Spiti” means “The middle land”, i.e. the land between Tibet and India. It is a cold desert mountain valley located high in the Himalayas in the north-eastern part of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Spiti valley is a research and cultural centre for Buddhists. The place offers a spectacular view of the snow-capped Himalayan ranges. Spiti Valley lies at a height of 12500 feet and is surrounded by the Himalayan ranges on all sides.
Solang Valley, Himachal Pradesh. –
Solang valley is also known as the ‘Snow Valley,’ which is famous for various winters adventure sports like skiing, parachuting, paragliding, trekking, and mountaineering. The valley is one of the most picturesque sights in Manali and is located at an average altitude of 2,560 meters above sea level. It is one of the most favourite trekking places of the tourists, holidaying in Manali. The Valley is located between the Solang village and Beas Kund and offers majestic views of glaciers and snow-capped mountain. The temperature at Solang Valley is ideal in the summer months and you will enjoy several adventurous activities and there is no specific time to visit there.
Lahaul Valley, Himachal Pradesh
The best time to go there is till April. The valley is surrounded by snow-covered mountains which looks super amazing. It is a very nice place for a landscape lover. The Lahaul Valley in Himachal is an ideal spot for nature lovers and trekkers alike and thereby a hot tourist destination as well. The valley is located at a high altitude of 3340m Lahaul is a very remote village in the Indian state of spiti. The mesmerizing snow-capped hills and the wonderful beauty of Lahaul spellbound the tourists visiting here. Lahaul valley is easily distinguished by its scintillating and awe-inspiring glaciers and mountains. The Holiday in the Lahaul valley is a treat, to say the least. In the 1960s Lahaul together with Spiti became two districts having a harmonious blend of Hinduism and Buddhism. The Chandra and Bhaga rivers run through the Lahaul valley making a natural beauty all that more enhanced and captivating.
The valley is commonly a symbol of fertility and life; the valley is the shadowy state while the yang is the sunny mountain. They are, respectively, the low and the high. Some valleys are made by glaciers which are slow-moving rivers of ice. All the valleys are very amazing to visit and explore once.