How To Reach Churdhar

How To Reach Churdhar?

Churdhar, Himachal Pradesh

The state of Himachal Pradesh is breathtaking. The lifestyle, hills, and valleys. Himachal Pradesh has plenty of beautiful places. Churdhar is one among them, to be added to your list and then know about how to reach churdhar.


Churdhar situated in the  Sirmour district , which also contains the cities of Nahan, Paonta Sahib, and Suketi, the latter of which is well-known for the Shivalik Fossil Park. Churdhar is a holy site associated with Shri Shirugal Maharaj, also known as Chureshwar Maharaj, and a well-worshipped deity in Sirmour and Chaupal.

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How to Reach Churdhar : Himachal Pradesh


Pack your belongings as we get ready to leave on our journey; we’ll leave from Chandigarh. Three ways lead to reach Churdhar.  It has three routes  Chopal, Nohradhar, and Haripurdhpur. Nohradhar is both the quickest and finest approach.


The recommended route to go to your destination is to travel from Chandigarh through Solan, Rajgarh, Nohradhar, and Churdhar. They are buses conveniently reachable from Sector 43-ISBT Chandigarh till Solan if you want to travel by bus. After that, take an autorickshaw or walk to the D.C. office from Solan Bypass Road where a bus to Rajgarh can be taken, and then from Rajgarh to Nohradhar. You can also take a taxi from Solan to Nohradhar (from where the trek starts).


Bring your travel bag with you when you go trekking. You should also pack some water, energy bars, raincoats in case the weather changes, and a torch if you plan to hike at night. Early in the morning is the greatest time to admire the beauty of the hills. Starting early will allow you to arrive on schedule and enjoy your stay in the dorm.


After a great hillside breakfast, you can go to the temple and begin your trek the next day back to the Nohradhar again.

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Churdhar, Himachal Pradesh: An Overview

Located: Sirmour district of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.


Best Months To Travel: April to June, October to November


 FLORA: This area is home to the wild Himalayan Cherry, also known as Padam, a sacred plant in Hindu mythology with many therapeutic advantages.


Fauna: The higher woodlands are home to Asiatic Black Beer and canine-toothed musk deer.


Temperature: Wintertime lows are as low as -3 degrees Celsius, and summertime highs are as high as 20 to 25 degrees Celsius.


Trek: Easy to moderate

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