Barot Valley

Barot Valley

Barot a village, originally developed in the 1920s for Shanan Hydel Project is now a tourist location in the Mandi district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated 40 km from Jogindernagar and 65 km from Mandi, the District Headquarter. The road route includes terraced fields and thick cedar forests, rising to Jhatingri at the hilltop. The remains of the summer palace of the former rulers of Mandi are located here. Through the little village of Tikkan, the road carries on to Barot. The town has a range of outdoor activities, including a trout breeding center, from where fish are released into the Uhl river. A 30 km section of the river is used for angling.

Barot Valley campshala

Barot is a frequent backpacker and day tourist destination. Many trekking trails pass through Barot, including trails to Bada BhangalRajgundha,  Manali, and Kullu.

If you are looking for a quiet and offbeat place that is not populated you should definitely visit Barot for a camping and fishing experience.


By road
By Air