Gulaba View Point Manali Entry Fee
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Gulaba View Point Manali Address: Leh Manali Hwy, Kothi, Himachal Pradesh, 175103, India
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Gulaba View Point Manali Timings
|Monday||12:00 am – 12:00 am|
|Tuesday||12:00 am – 12:00 am|
|Wednesday||12:00 am – 12:00 am|
|Thursday||12:00 am – 12:00 am|
|Friday||12:00 am – 12:00 am|
|Saturday||12:00 am – 12:00 am|
|Sunday||12:00 am – 12:00 am|
Gulaba View Point is one of the top picnic spots and viewpoints in Manali. It’s in the beautiful Gulaba village on the way to Rohtang Pass.
The place is beautiful when fully covered with snow. A drive to the viewpoint through the snow-covered roads is a memorable experience. Snow-capped mountains surround it, and visiting this viewpoint can be refreshing for your mind and body.
The Gulaba viewpoint is also popular among sports enthusiasts. They come to the village to enjoy the different adventure activities. You can even play with fresh snow and make a snowman.
Things to do at Gulaba View Point
From the Gulaba viewpoint, you can enjoy incredible panoramic views of snow-capped peaks. The views and the drive to this place, both, are fun.
It’s a great place to go in winter, especially when you’re keen to play with snow. You’ll find a lot of fresh snow. The area surrounding the viewpoint also has many activities like camping, skiing, snow biking and others. Yak and horse riding are also available in Gulaba village.
Equip yourselves with the right clothes if you want to visit Gulaba and play in the snow. You can also rent warm clothes, boots, woollen socks and others. They're available on the way.
Gulaba View Point Timings and Entry Fees
Although Gulaba View Point is accessible throughout the day, the ideal hours to visit it are between 8 AM to 5 PM. It’s open for visitors all around the year, even when the Rohtang pass is closed. You don’t need any entry fee to get to the viewpoint. The adventure activities around are charged separately.
Best time to visit Gulaba Viewpoint
It’s best to visit Gulaba viewpoint in the winter months, November to February. The drive to the viewpoint, as well as the views, is mesmerising. Winter is also the best season for playing in the snowy landscape. The months of March and April, too, are ideal for the visit.
You can spend about an hour at the viewpoint. You’ll need a full day, though, to enjoy the different activities available in Gulaba village and the surrounding areas.
How to reach Gulaba View Point?
Gulaba view point is in Gulaba village, on Leh-Manali highway, about 12 km from Manali town. It’s close to Solang valley’s adventure spot. Solang valley to Gulaba distance is only 3 km.
Manali is the nearest bus stand to Gulaba. The nearest railway station is in Kalka, 290 km away, and the airport in Kullu (Bhuntar Airport) is the closest. It’s 62 km away. And the nearest international airport is in Chandigarh (324 km away).
Following are the different ways to reach Gulaba viewpoint:
By motorbikes – Rental motorbikes are available in Manali. You can hire them and take them around for a ride to Gulaba. It should take you only about half an hour from Manali by bike.
By taxis/cabs – Private cabs and taxis are also available for a comfortable trip to Gulaba. You can book them for the entire day from top car rental companies in Manali and enjoy the trip. Depending on the weather conditions, you might need to take a jeep, though, from Gulaba to the viewpoint.
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