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The town of Grahan is not well-known among visitors to Kasol. However, a lovely 10-kilometer journey beginning in Kasol will easily get you to the village. The Grahan vacation schedule begins with a drive from Delhi to Kasol, where you will spend the night. The following day, you’ll begin your journey to the settlement. You’ll come upon a sign that says’ short route to Grahan’ after around 7 kilometers. If you’re a newbie hiker, stay away from this because it’ll be hard on your calves and take a long time. There are no tea or snack stalls on the hike.
As a result, it’ll be in your best interest to bring a couple biscuits or apples with you on the trip. There appear to be numerous limits or requirements that must be met prior to travel. But trust us when we say that with a river running through it, it’s one of the most beautiful hikes in the valley. It is, after all, located within the Great Himalayan National Park. The Grahan Nalla river is the one described previously. This is a popular tourist attraction in Grahan.
This is a great place to stop for a break after a long walk uphill, and hikers can also replenish their water bottles here. The fresh air will re-energize you for the remainder of your hike. You’re in luck if you’re a dog lover. Mountain dogs can be found in abundance anywhere you go trekking. Because of these adorable pals, Grahan tourism has increased significantly.
They’ll very certainly accompany you on your journey to the village and may even stay with you at the homestay. If you take our advice to stock up on biscuits seriously, make sure to share some with these devoted buddies. It is home to approximately 300 inhabitants and has approximately 30-40 dwellings.
Grahan offers a diverse range of activities. As soon as you reach the settlement, you’ll notice a swarm of cheerful kids running around. They’re fairly talkative, so sweets will almost certainly be requested. However, they’re so adorable that you’ll definitely cave in and buy them toffees nonetheless. Once you start playing with them, this investment will be well worth it.
Alcohol drinking is not tolerated in any way, and this is an incredibly significant warning. Travelers who are detected doing so may be expelled from the village. But don’t be concerned. Another type of substance you can indulge in is magical honey. Yes, you read that correctly. This is a dish from Grahan’s cuisine. The people don’t have enough food for themselves, so take it while you can. It contains a lot of sugar, and even a small amount will give you a sugar rush in no time.
Kasol, a small village in Kullu’s area, has been famous in recent years for its hippy culture and Israeli population. There are numerous treks available from Kasol, the most notable of which is the Kheerganga trek. Kasol is noted for its numerous riverside cafes.
The village of Grahan is a hidden gem in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Grahan is about a 5-hour drive from Kasol. Grahan’s residents are farmers who harvest crops such as potatoes, apples, and charas. The entire journey from Kasol to Grahan is brimming with breathtaking scenery. It’s at a height of 7,700 feet above sea level, with barely 50 dwellings and a population of roughly 350 people. The houses date back over 200 years. Grahan is a very modest yet lovely, comforting village with its wooden buildings, abundant greenery, view of snow-capped mountains, and fresh mountain air.
There are no ATMs or mobile networks available in Grahan, which is an unusual fact. However, you can count on a cordial greeting. Depending on your preferences, you can stay in a homestay or a guesthouse for lodging. Wooden houses that have been enlarged with an additional floor or turned into guest residences are known as homestays. Usually, the family who is hosting you provides organic food. The rooms are also very comfy and cozy. After all of this, the unwavering hospitality is the icing on the cake. This is a great way for visitors to gain a sense of Grahan’s charming culture.
Day 1: After arriving at Kasol Camping, take a stroll through the lovely villages of Katagla and Chalal.
Arrive at our Kasol campground, which is nestled in the Parvati Valley. Settling in, take a break, and then begin touring the off-the-beaten-path settlements of Katagla and Chalaal. The trip from our campground through the woods will undoubtedly remind you of the poem ‘Stopping By The Woods’- great! It’s just as you pictured it to be.
Day 2: Trek to Grahan Village
Trek to Grahan Village, which is encircled by snow-capped peaks. Relax with a nice cup of tea in the Grahan Village camp. Grahan Village, located near Kasol, is a hidden gem. Grahan Village is also the starting point for the famed Sar Pass Trek. The walk to Grahan Village begins at our Kasol Camping site and takes around 4 to 5 hours to arrive at the Grahan Village trek campsite.