Barog Sightseeing

Barog : Barog is a small hill station in Solan district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.

 Choor Chandni Peak

#Choor Chandni Peak
Choor Chandni Peak, having an elevation of 3,650 m above the sea level, is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Barog. The peak is situated at a height of 3,650 m above the sea level and is surrounded by pine trees. It is also known as the Choordhar Mountains as it gives an impression of various silver bangles sliding down the slope of the mountain on moonlit nights. A trek to the slope of the mountain will lead to the peak.

#Suketi Fossil Park
Suketi Fossil Park, which is situated on the banks of the Markanda River, is one of the most famous attractions of Barog. It was the first park in Asia to have been developed at the exact site where the actual fossils were found.The park has soft sandstone and clay rocks and is situated on the upper and middle Siwaliks. The park is famous for its life-size fibreglass model of the pre-historic animals whose fossil and skeletons were discovered at the site.
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 karol tibba #Karol Tibba
Karol Tibba is a famous picnic spot, located in the Solan District, a few kilometres away from Barog. It is a strong belief that the Pandavas had taken shelter in this place, during their exile. This place is visited by a number of nature lovers and trekkers round the year.
#Dolanji Bon Monastery
Dolanji Bon Monastery, located at a distance of 5 km from Barog, on the Narag-Sarahan road, is also known as the Yungdrung Bon Monastery. It is run by the Yungdrung Bon Monastic Centre. The monastery was founded by Abbot Lungtog Tenpai Nyima and was constructed in 1969.
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 barog_camping_ground #Barog Camping Ground
Barog Camping Ground is a registered camping site, which allows tourists to pitch up their own tents. This place is surrounded by pine trees and provides a beautiful view of the Choor Chandni Mountains and the Solan Valley.This site also provides different facilities to the travellers like bonfires, lodging, telephones, bathrooms, food, electricity, dance floors and natural trekking trails.

Barog Sightseeing

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