5 Places You Must Visit In Parwanoo, Himachal Pradesh
By: Neha Tue, 31 Jan 2023 5:48:21
Parwanoo also is known as Parwanu is a small town in Solan district of the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. It is famous for several things and thousands of tourists come to visit this place from India and outside. It is also known for its biggest wholesale market in the entire state of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated on the border of Haryana and Himachal Pradesh and this small town has extremely beautiful apple orchards and delicious fruit products. You will be able to see the mesmerizing hills and the beauty of nature with the lush greenery and hustle bustle of life at a hill station.
# Timber trail
One of the most sought-after sights in the area is Timber trails. Located at the foothills of the Shivalik Range, this place attracts tourists from the nearby areas in all seasons around the year. You will frequently see tourists visiting from Delhi, Chandigarh, Shimla, Kasauli, and other nearby areas. Although the place attracts a fair number of tourists from all over the world during the peak season, you would see tourists from the nearby areas around the year.
This place is practically covered by a pine tree that attracts the tourists and charms them to visit the place over and over. The view from the heights of the Timber Trail is breathtaking and one of the most selling points of this place. Timber Trail is very popular for its ropeway rides and it is one thrilling ride and an amazing experience. You will slide through the mountain ways while surrounded by the incredible natural beauty where you can see the snowcapped mountains and the lush valleys below you. This is a refreshing experience and one that cannot be explained in words.
# Cable Car Ride
One of the different and the adventurous thing to do here in Parwanoo is the cable car ride. The best thing about this ride is the views of the majestic mountains and the valleys you will get to see while hanging in a box on a rope. This is a very thrilling experience one that gives you an immediate adrenaline rush. One car accommodates a maximum of up to 12 people in one trip on the cable. The trail takes you 1.8 km away into the steep hill and you cannot help but hold your breath during the journey on the trip. Make sure you do not forget to carry your camera along with you.
# Sunset at Timber Trail Resort
One of the best things about staying at the Timber trail is the sunset you get to enjoy at this beautiful place. You would not get to see this beautiful sunset if you are staying in the main city. The view from Parwanoo is one hell of a view that gives you goosebumps as soon as you wake up in the morning. Sun rising behind the mountains and lighting the lush greenery in the valley is a sight to behold. You will get to see different shades and lights every minute as the sun is rising. Make sure you capture the sunrise in the camera to be able to reminisce about your memories later.
# Apple/Fruit Orchards
Visiting fruit orchards is one of the best things to do in Parwanoo. The pleasant weather of the hills allows the fruits to grow at their best and the healthy produce makes you want to pluck these fruits right from the trees and eat them fresh. Since you get such fresh produce of fruits in the area, there are many local businesses dedicated to manufacturing delicious fruit products like juices, preserves, jams, jellies, marmalades, and squashes among many other things.
# Kali Mata Mandir/Temple
Do not forget to seek blessings at Kali Mata temple when you are in Parwanoo. This temple is very famous and has religious and spiritual importance among both locals and tourists. People from all over the country come here to visit and seek the blessings here at the temple. You would see a rush of people at this time around the year but during the festival of Navratri, the temple is exceptionally crowded, and it becomes taxing to even enter the temple. This temple is said to have historical importance, as well as the legend, says that this temple was visited by the Pandavas during one year of their exile.