“Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world”, wrote John Muir, an avid mountaineer and naturalist. Tall Trees Resort is one such world.
About 15 kms before Manali, and away from its hustle-bustle, the Tall Trees Resort is bordered by the fast-flowing River Beas on one side, and a hundred-acre pine forest on the other. With soul uplifting views of the majestic snow-capped Pir Panjal range of the Himalayan mountains, there is no other resort in or around Manali that can rival the sheer beauty of the Tall Trees Resort.
The Tall Trees Resort offers chalet-style wood-and-stone-balconied cottages that blend beautifully into the surroundings and Swiss-Tents – both luxury and comfort – that are located a few minutes walk from the cottages through leafy woods and pitched metres from the rippling River Beas. Whether you seek a holiday of quietude, the soothing sound of wind rustling through the trees and the rich scent of pines, or an adventure-sports type holiday, with visits to nearby revered temples, or to high mountain-passes, The Tall Trees Resort offers a truly world apart and unforgettable holiday experience.
Nearest Airport: Bhuntar: 37 kms
Nearest Bus stand: Manali: 15 kms
Activities/Things to do (on request/extra charge)
Places to visit in Manali
Hadimba Temple: Nestled in deodar forests and located a mere 3 kilometers from the New Manali Chowk, this world-famous temple is dedicated to Hadimba Mata, the wife of the Pandava Bhim of the epic Mahabharata. This awe-inspiring tiered-tower structure was built over five centuries ago, and is a must-visit for all travellers to Manali.
Vashisht Village and Temple: Vashisht is located about 4kms from Manali Bazaar and is famous for its hot sulphur springs. It is believed to have been established by Maharishi Vashisht, Guru to the young Lord Ram and his brothers.. The springs are believed to possess healing properties and are frequented by both locals as well as tourists.
Arjuna Cave: Arjuna cave is a well-known tourist spot near Manali above the village of Prini. According to legend one of the Pandav brothers Arjuna meditated in the cave and acquired the Pashupata Ashtra or the weapon of Lord Indra. Regardless of one’s belief in the myth, this place is worth visiting simply for its natural beauty and the panoramic view of the snow-clad Himalayan peaks.
Places to visit near Manali
Naggar: Naggar is located at a distance of approximately 20 km from Manali and was the Royal Capital of the erstwhile kings for over 1400 years. Also, the Roerich Art Gallery and Museum is housed here, established by Sir Nicholas Roerich, a reputed Russian artist. Do check the opening times and days before you visit.
Solang Valley: Solang Valley, a famous local adventure spot located about 13 km from Manali, offers various mountain adventure sports including zorbing, paragliding, and ATV rides. In Winter, the valley transforms into a white wonderland and offers skiing, snowboarding and other snow events.
Rohtang Pass: Rohtang Pass is on the ancient route which connects the valleys of Lahaul and Spiti with the Kullu Valley. This pass is located at a height of over 13000 feet and is famous for its snow points, which are laden with snow many feet in height, even during the peak of summer. The 50 km drive to Rohtang from Manali takes a little over 2 hours.
Essentials to Carry
Warm clothes (if travelling in winter)
Arjuna cave is a well-known tourist spots located near Manali bazaar above the village of Prini.
Nestled in deodar forests and located a mere 3 kilometers from the New Manali Chowk.
Rohtang pass is located at a height of over 13000 feet . The 50 km drive to Rohtang from Manali takes a little over 2 hours.
Solang Valley, located about 13 km from Manali. Famous for adventurous snow games in Kullu