Bir to Billing – 2600mts, 2-3 hrs trek
This trek is through mixed forest. Billing is internationally renowned for conducting Para and Hang gliding competitions. The mountains are rich with vegetable and provide complete green cover to this region.
It is down the hill walk amidst thick forest mixed variety. Koti – Kohar is a small village in Chhota Bangal valley. The occupation of the people is farming in small terraced fields.
An easy downward walking trail follows amidst forest crossing Ruhlling River at one or two laces.
The small village is located on both sides of Lamdug River. The scenic grander of Lohardi to some extent resembles to that of Manali. On both sides are high hills with thick forest, below in the valley are orchards. This area presents a very rugged beauty and has un-explored treks unvisited. It is a trekkers paradise and one finds oneself completely lost in admiring the natural beauty all around.
This trek is visited by shepherds and trekkers frequently to cross over Sari Pass.It is a well defined trek which follow through forested ridges along the Lohard nallah.
It is hardest day of the trek as the climbs steepy to croos Sari pass (3760mts). Sari pass is not very high and has green meadows on top of it shepherds with their flocks of sheep and goats stay for a long time during the summer. Teun is a very primitive village of Rajput families.
The trek passes through many small villages all along the Sari nallah.
An easy trail descends along the Sari nallah. The beauty of valley is incomparable. The Sari nallah meanders between the valley and finally mingles with Beas river at Kullu.