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Chinta a picturesque valley located at a height of 6,500 feet, has thick coniferous forests on all sides and Chinta nallah flowing through it. Many scenic spots are situated around this place. One such place is known as Thuba, which is situated across Chinta nallah. Horse ride from Baggan to Thuba is enjoyable. Thuba is the highest point which separates the Chinta valley from Bhadarwah.This place also has ancient temple of Lord Shiva.

Nalthi is 10 kms. from Bhadarwah which serves as a base camp for trekkers. It has come a junction point with the completion of Bhadarwah-Bani-Basholi road. Trekkers from Sarthal (Bani) and Bhadarwah take rest at this beautiful place after descending from or ascending to 10,500 feet high. Apart from dense deodar forests, it has been gifted with lushgreen patches of grasslands studded with blooming flowering plants of different colours. The cool breeze flowing across snow-clad mountains makes the place all the more fascinating in summer months.

Padri is a "Gali" of undulating landscape, located 40 kms. from Bhadarwah on Bhadarwah Chamba road, at a height of 10,500 feet. It is the highest point on Bhadarwah-Chamba road. It experiences heavy snow fall upto 5 metres and snow-melting continues right upto mid June. It is one of the most sought after picnic spot even now, and with the opening of interstate bus service between Bhadarwah and Chamba, its importance will increase.

Sartingal is another unexplored area situated on the southern extreme of Bhadarwah Valley. Sunshine on the one hand and the fragrant breeze from Kailash, Ashapati hills Sartingal and neighbouring forests on the other, make the place different from other spots. It is a place of undulating plains and streams. The valley is watered by crystalling streams in the backdrop of forests covered mountains. One feels close to nature which blissfully unfolds to the visitors virgin beauty in plenty.

If Gulmarg and Pahalgam are jewels of "Paradise" on earth, Seoj Meadow is diamond in the crown of Bhadarwah, pride of Jammu region.The amazing beauty is found in plenty. On the south is the sacred Kailash Kund, surrounded by snow-capped mountains. On way to Kailash Kund, there is unique landscape at Shankh Paddar.The meadow of Seoj is flanked by a beautiful river on its west which emanates from hills surrounding Kailash Kund.

Is picturesque valley, 35 kms. from Bhadarwah. It is an extremely beautiful valley spread over 6 kms. Another extremely beautiful valley spread over 6 kms. Another nearby attraction is a beautiful sprawling meadow

Diskit Monastery MACHAIL YATRA
The holy shrine splendid temple of the Goddess Chandi is situated at the height of over 10,000 feet above the sea level in Machail village surrounded by high mountains, thick deodar forests and attractive meadows adjacent world famous sapphire mines area. The most attractive and historical lion ridden idols of the Goddess Chandi and Lakshimi Ji made of pure silver and white marble inside the temple are the rare sight and source of inspiration for the pilgrims.

It has a cave and it is said that during Agyatvas Pandavs spent few days here in the land of snakes. A big foot on the rocks of this temple is attributed to Bhim. The legend also goes that there was a tunnel connecting Baderwah to Srinagar. Fishing in 2 kms stretch is prohibited and on the upper and downstream the stream has trout fish. Shantana Nag temple: This temple at Sarthangal is considered to be Surya and Kali Mata temple.

Reushara is a majestic peak having a height of 11,000 feet. One one side is situated the sleepy valley of Jai and humming valley of Chinta while on other side is the hitherto unexplored region of Chiralla. Reushara peak is beset with ancient temple of Goddess Durga. Thousands of devotees visit the temple to offer prayers, especially during Navratras.

This Yatra follows Mani Mahesh Yatra and starts with Chari from Gatha in Baderwah and then goes to Vasu ki Nag, Ramtund where it stays for the night and then to Kailash. The Yatra takes place in August and ends on the Kailash Kund. It takes 2 hours to cover the periphery of the Kund. Legend has that Ram Kund is a mythological places. Legend has that 7 headed snake is seen in Kund. Another Chari reaches The Kailash Kund from Billawer on the same day when the Bhaderwah Chari reached the Kund.
The treks are easy and do not required any special health qualification for undertaking trekking activity. The climate is suitable as high altitude meadows which are grazing grounds of milch animals of ‘Gaujjars’ coming from plains. Bhaderwah town have gentle slope and are covered with Deodar tree, interspersed with large meadows. Bhaderwahi culture has essential gradient of performing Yatras by taking trek to these meadows and mountain lakes, e.g. Kailash Yatra from Bhaderwah to ‘Kailash Kund’ on ‘Kaplas’ mountain via meadow of Seoj.

Seoj meadow ( 11000 fts) for basic and intermediate flyers. Padri and Bal Padri ( 10000 fts) Gurdanda , Sonbain (7000, 8000 fts ) Khanitop , Thuba, for advance and cross country flyers. Chinta and Jai valley (6000fts) for basic and training all these spots have a favorable climate and ambience for paragliding and are easily accessible and convenient for making the logistic arrangement. Paragliding is the special attraction of the hilly tourist destination & feasible through out the year except wet season.

The snow clad mountains provide sufficient water in the month of May to September to carry out activity of kayoking & white water rafting in the ‘Neeru’ and ‘Dondi’ streams. In winter month i.e Nov to Feb the water level in the mighty river Chenab squeeze to its minimum and in the selected portion is Thatri to Puldoda (25Km­ ) and Chanderkot to Seri Ramban (8Km) are suitable for river rafting.

Mountain Biking SNOW SKIING
Bhaderwah is endowed with spots like Sonbain glacier on Ashapati mountain at an elevation of 7000-8000 fts where snow never melts and is adjoining the habitation of “Thanalla” village .The high altitude meadows of Padri & Padri Gali is connected by mortrable Bhaderwah Chamba road and is 30 km from the main town. The slopes of Padri remain covered with snow from Nov. to June and are most suitable for snow skiing for beginners a well as experts.
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