I got to know about Jibhi in Himachal from social media, a lot of beautiful Jibhi pictures made me pack my bags.
I searched about Jibhi in Tirthan Valley, gathered info and good to leave.
I thought that this might be the place I was looking for, completely away from the crowd and in the laps of the mountains.
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Where is Jibhi in Himachal?
Jibhi is located in the Banjar Valley of Himachal Pradesh also known as Tirthan valley in Kullu District. Beas River flows on the side and a serene place to drive your vehicle.
Delhi to Jibhi by Bus
You can reach Jibhi by taking an overnight bus to Aut and then a shared taxi or HRTC local bus till Jibhi.
Delhi ➡️ Aut (474km) ➡️ Jibhi (32km)
At night, I boarded my bus till Aut, which had dropped me just before the tunnel. The Aut tunnel is one of the longest tunnels of India about 2.8km long built on Chandigarh Manali national highway.
From the Aut tunnel, one can take a shared taxi which will take you to Jibhi. It will be going to take about 1 -1:5 hrs from Aut to reach Jibhi passing via Sharai, Sidhwan, and Banjar.
It was the feeling of joy as soon as I stepped in the Tirthan Valley.
After a cold night at Bus, I decided to have some rest at the Jibhi Camps and Cottages. The people looked warm-hearted, right from the start. The Himachali dogs also brought excitement with their cuteness.
At afternoon went to Mud House Hostels to chill. A place which is on everyone’s list in Jibhi. A company of passionate people and a cool environment. I also wanted to do the Trout Fishing but for that have to come around April to October to witness this. Jibhi Waterfall is not far from Mud House.
Directly left for Waterfall but before that had a small hike towards the upper villages.
The Jibhi Waterfall in Tirthan Valley is inside a forest which cannot be seen from the roads 2-3 min. walk and there are small bridges over the stream which was flowing down from the waterfall. The water is body freezing because of the weather conditions. It was very refreshing. I spent some time near the Jibhi waterfall.
Head back to the Hotel before it turned dark because someday street lights work well and someday not. The star gazing night with the mix of music is a perfect moment to be in.
I had my dinner and went to sleep with the thought that tomorrow will be going to be a memorable day.
Waked up early in the morning had my breakfast and got ready for the trek.
The trek from Jalori pass to Serloskar lake. I went pass from Shoja to reach Jalori Temple and also the starting point of a trek from Jalori pass to Serloskar lake.
Jalori Pass is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 10,800ft. I knew that this was going to be an adventurous one and proved too.
The temperature at that time was about 2-3 degrees during the day and it falls down to minus 5-6 degrees in the nights. The breeze was blowing and the views were breathtaking. It was a goosebumps moment.
As soon as the trek begins I got encountered with the snow. Actually, full of snow surrounded by thick oak trees.
The destination is as beautiful as the journey. Got to see the snow-covered mountains, the great Himalayan national park, and the Shrikhand Mahadev.
Faced some ups and downs but that’s what life is, keep going and working hard and the end result will surprise you.
At around 2:15 I managed to reach the Serloskar lake. The crystal-clear lake was frozen and there’s nothing more beautiful at that time.
Maggi and a cup of coffee at that location and weather were a Cherry on Cake.
It was an Achievement unlocked feeling.
Spending some time admiring it, we decided to head back to where the trek had started.
Managed to reach the starting point to witness Sunset. Just Managed and it was perfect timing.
I witnessed Sunrise in Jibhi and Sunset at Jalori pass. It was an amazing feeling. The trek is about 5-6 km and took about 2-3hrs to reach ideally.
Got back to the hotel around 7 p.m. The legs aren’t painting because it’s not my first time but the body needs a little bit of rest.
Enjoyed Bonfire. Ate my dinner and hover over the bed for asleep.
Day 3 Jibhification
The day started up with walking around the riverside on Christmas eve.
This day is for Jibhification to be around Jibhi, eat local foods, explore cafes.
The peace and silence always give pleasure to the mind and body and I can sit there the whole day. I mean it’s that kind of day where no disturbance from people and phone can distract.
The day was sunny and right-pointing me on the head. What could be more magical than that, cold winters and the bright sunny day? Pure magical to be honest.
I came across Rollers and Paddlers, Jungle valley, Shiva café. The food at Jungle valley was delicious. I missed out on trying Siddu bad luck for now. It was an unusual, unexplored and unknown place just ended up knowing everything.
I took a shared cab and reached Aut and waited in the cold night. The whole body was shivering and finally, the bus arrives and left from Aut to Delhi.
This was how my trip to Jibhi in Himachal had gone. I hope you have liked it, then don’t forget to share and subscribe.
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