The temple is in a convenient location where you can easily commute by bus or car. To get to the temple, take the route that connects you to the Chandigarh-Manali highway, as the temple is only a few kilo meters away. There are numerous buses that travel to the temple. Aside from that, if you are familiar with the Mandi routes, you can drive your own car to the temple and have a blissful experience.
For hikers and environment enthusiasts, Janjehli (2150 mt), a little yet intriguing village around 80 miles from Mandi, is a heaven. It serves as the starting point for the 16-kilometer hike to Shikari Devi Temple. The beauty of this spectacular and peaceful environment is enhanced by the tall deodar trees, apple orchards, lush green meadows, small picturesque streams, and captivating views.
The Janjehli Shikari Devi trek is a simple route that may be finished in three to four days if done slowly. The stroll is primarily on a jeep-accessible road and is shaded. Shikari Devi (2950m), the summit, offers a number of choices. The same road can be taken to return or one can travel to Devidhad in the south-west. A bus to Mandi or Shimla can be taken from Karsog Valley by travelling south to Chindi/Bakhrot. Another option is to hike from Shikari Devi to Kamru Nag and then take the Karsog-Mandi Road back down to Rohanda. As an alternative, you can descend from Kamru Nag to Janjheli (1900m). These are all day hikes.
Village Mansari, PO Haripur
District Kullu H.P
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