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How To Reach Malana In Kasol

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Malana In Kasol

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Malana, Himachal Pradesh

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How To Reach Malana In Kasol

If you are planning to reach Malana from Kasol, then the only way is to trek over to it, since the roads to that small village haven’t been developed enough yet to let vehicles pass. Although the trek to Malana can start from Kasol or Tosh itself, the best point to start it from a little way before Jari, where the hydroelectric plant sits. From Jari, it is nearly 3 to 4 kms to Malana, but since the road is mostly level and well paved, it should be an easy walk for people of almost all ages and fitness levels. If you start trekking from the hydroelectric plant, it would take you no more than 1 or 2 hours to complete your trek. Remember that you don’t allowed to spend the night there, so leave in ample time to return to Kasol.


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Where is Malana?

Malana is a village close to Kasol.

Can one spend the night at Malana?

You cannot spend the night at Malana, or touch any of the people or houses there.

Is it ok to camp outside the village of Malana?

You can camp outside Malana, just make sure it is not a sacred site for the villagers.