Bharmour is also popular because of its proximity with Manimahesh Lake, Manimahesh Kailash and Chaurasi (84) ancient temples, which are reflecting the glorious past of this hidden town. Bharmour is also known as the Abode of Shiva as there are numerous temple dedicated to Lord Shiva in and nearby regions The whole region around Bharmour is considered to be under the control of Lord Shiva, hence is also known as the Shiv Bhumi..This place besides being an aesthetic and scenic beauty is also spiritual in essence.
Bharmour was the anicient capital of Chamba and was known as Brahmpura. The old archaeological remains are said to be the temples in and around the area. Bharmour is inhabited by Gaddies (Shepherd) who reside exclusively on the snowy ranges and mountains which divide Chamba from Kangra and Lauhal & Spiti district.
Gaddis are semi-nomadic and partial pastoral tribes. Being the home of an interesting Gaddi tribe Bharmour is also known as Gadheran in Kangra district. The place is also known for its red delicious apples, medicinal herbs, hidden treasures and warm woolen blankets.
In the fast, busy and complex world of today where people are totally involved in a continuous pursuit of growth irrespective of their paths, what they are really missing is peace, and a natural way of living a life. Our aim is to promote natural resource sustainability, economic viability and cultural integrity through sustainable tourism development. We enable for our clients to experience remote areas, to view pristine natural beauty and to learn from the cultures of the Himalayas without depleting natural resources or degrading cultural identities.
In this regard Bharmour is the unexplored destination, situated in the Dhauladhar region and Pir Panjal Ranges of Himalaya, between the Ravi and Budhil valley, and known for the Gaddi peoples of Bharmour. The trekking in Bharmour and the hidden treasures are good enough reasons for visiting such a beautiful small town. The Dhauladhar region and Pir Panjal Ranges of Bharmour are a unique destination in world, lots of bird species, beautiful dense forests with meadows, Land and home of the Lord Shiva, diverse flora and fauna, historical and religious monuments, High altitude peaks, 12 Passes, and the home of the Gaddies, an indigenous tribe of Himachal Pradesh.
Each day, gives you a different terrain, a different view in different weather conditions. There is tremendous scope of trekking. The mountains are high enough between the altitudes of 10000 feet to 15500 feet, and are very much suitable for beginners and for high altitude trekkers as well. So browsing through the website, you will see the hidden treasures of Bharmour and most used trekking routes. If you want to go to the Lauhal and Kangra Valley or for camping with your family / friends for a few days so we are here to help you, you can customize your route as you wish.
Day 01 Delhi - Bharmour
Day 02 Bharmour – Bharmani – Bharmour ( Day Hike)
Day 03 Bharmour – Badgram – Banni ( Normal Trek)
Day 04 Banni Mata – Tundah – Chatrari – Bharmour(Normal Trek)
Day 05 Bharmour – Kugti – Kartik Temple (Normal Trek)
Day 06 Kartik Temple – Bharmour (Normal Trek)
Day 07 Bharmour – Holi – Nayagram – Bharmour ( By taxi)
Day 08 Departure from Bharmour - Delhi