• Tushar Bansal

Sipping hot soup in the snow capped Solang Valley, Manali (H.P)

Updated: Nov 20, 2020

When you are surrounded with snow covered peaks, walking in snow for the first time wearing gumboots at zero degrees, the life gets still and the nature listens.

Welcome my dear nomads. This is my first blog and I have been planning to start my own travel blog (#TravelwithTushar) for a very long time but was very occupied with other stuffs. Year 2020 has brought a lot of unexpected events in our lives making us all sit at home. All these events around us inspired me to start this blog so that I can relive all the escapades and journeys with all my fellow nomads, explorers and storytellers.

To appreciate the beauty of a snowflake, it is necessary to stand out in the cold.

- Aristotle

So lets relive and enjoy my escapade at the beautiful and picturesque Solang valley near Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India. (Located at a distance of 13 kms from #Manali, #Solang Valley lies between #Solang village and Beas Kund. It offers a beautiful view of glaciers and snow capped mountains.)

I had seen snow covered peaks in the past in Shimla or when I visited #Rohtang Pass in summers but never witnessed snowfall or fresh snow. So it was all new to me. There was a sparkle in my eyes like a new born baby.

Trekking up the slopes of Solang valley

Climbing up the Solang Valley Trek, the trek takes you through pine forests, rocky trails, snow covered paths, ancient village of Shang and Barua, where the trek provides you with the glimpse of the #Himachali life.

Walking up the trek of Solang Valley, I was just fascinated by the giant slopes of Solang Valley covered with snow. The fresh snow and the constant snowfall during the winters making Solang Valley, one of the best #skiing destinations in India.

“Snow brings a special quality with it—the power to stop life as you know it dead in its tracks.”

- Nancy Hatch Woodward

When you are in the midst of the snow covered peaks at zero degrees at 2,560 m (8,400 feet) above sea level, you are just awestruck by the spectacular snow capped mountains and what all you can do is sip a hot cup of tea, coffee or soup sitting on the bed of fresh snow.


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Hey There!, I’m Tushar Bansal. I’m a travel blogger and video content creator, on a mission to inspire people to step out of their comfort zones because comfort renders your ability of adaption. 

I believe that experiences are far more valuable than money. I am a storyteller and join me in my voyage to enjoy my amazing escapades.