Barot is situated in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh on the bank of Uhl river at an altitude of 1800 meter. It has a reservoir on the river and famous for trout fishing. You can spend hours here without doing anything. If you are adventure lover, many treks are available that leads to Kullu valley, Kangra valley and Bara Bhangal.
How to Reach Barot Valley?
Reach Ghatasani on Pathankot-Mandi road and take link road to Barot. Distances from main towns and cities are here:
Joginder Nagar to Barot: 40 km
Baijnath to Barot: 60 km
Kangra to Barot: 110 km
Dharamshala to Barot: 110 km
Pathankot to Barot: 190 km
Dalhausie to Barot: 220 km
Mandi to Barot: 80 km
Shimla to Barot: 210 km
Chandigarh to Barot: 250 km
Delhi to Barot: 500 km
Kullu to Barot: 115 km
Manali to Barot: 155 km
How to Reach Barot by Public Transport?
Nearest Railway Station: Joginder Nagar (Narrow Gauge), Pathankot (Broad Gauge)
Nearest Airport: Kangra
If you are coming from Delhi/Chandigarh, take any bus going to Baijnath. Plenty of buses available. You can catch a direct bus from Delhi to Joginder Nagar. After reaching Baijnath/Joginder Nagar, you will find many buses to Barot.
If you are coming via Pathankot/Kangra, there are many buses to Joginder Nagar. Then change the bus for Barot.
Where to Stay in Barot?
There are many hotels, homestays, camps where you can stay comfirtably.
What to do in Barot?
As we have said earlier, you can do jungle walking, trout fishing, bird watching and trekking.
Places to See around Barot Valley
Best Time to go Barot
Throughout the year
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