Parvati Valley - Gallery

Gallery

  • The sacred and spiritual site of Rudra-Nag

  • The beautiful, open meadow of Tunda Bhuj

  • A wire bridge crossing the Parvati River at Thakur Kuan

  • One of the natural rock bridges at Pandupul

  • The upper Parvati Valley

  • The South Parvati Peak from the base camp of the Pin-Parvati Pass

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