Bir Billing in Valley Kangra

Make your vacation time memorable by visiting Bir Billing, Kangra Himachal.

Planning a tour to a serene destination can give you maximum delight and contentment. However, it is vital pick an immaculate destination. One such place that can soothe your eyes and senses is Bir Billing Valley Kangra.

Overview Bir Billing

Bir is located at in the Tehsil of Baijnath in the District of Kangra Himachal Pradesh.
Shielded by the mountains and encircled by tea gardens, Bir (35 Km) serves as a concourse for hang/paragliders and is well identified for its Buddhist monasteries and Tibetan handcrafts. Billing is 14 kms away from Bir. With the mountain ranges aiding as an amphitheater, Bir-Billing offer prodigious prospects for high-elevation and cross-country hovering for an expanse that spreads to 200 kilometers. Bir has Tibetan Monastery and tea estates. Billing gained its prominence as it came to be recognized as the finest paragliding site in the state. On the topmost region of hill, it offers a panoramic view of the valley beneath. Himachal Pradesh came in the newsflash in 1984 when an international Hang Gliding rally was prearranged at Billing, a place 20 km from Palampur where some skilled hang gliders from around the globe took part. They graded this place as one of paramount in the world. Up to Bir town, you can travel by any mode of transportation. The 14 km distance from Bir to Billing is essentially a rock road, whose rock cutting was completed way back in 1962. It is prudent to cover this distance either by foot or if by any means of transportation. It should be any compact vehicle like the Gypsy or the Mahindra. At Billing, there is only a guest house of the Forest Dept that is being taken care of by a warden.

Following activities in Bir Billing

  • Paragliding in Bir Billing
  • Trekking in Bir Billing
  • Camping in Bir Biling

 

Paragliding World Cup in India

An international paragliding competition will be organized at Bir (Baijnath)

How to reach Billing in Kangra

Billing is 14Km or an hours’ bumpy jeep, taxi or van ride from Bir. The beginning point is in front of Cape Amaho in the Chaughan Tibetan colony at about 10 am every morning during the season.

Air: Kangra has its own local airport at Guggal, which is 7km clear of Kangra town and around 40 km from Palampur. There are straightforward flights from Delhi to Guggal.

Rail: Pathankot is the nearby railhead. There is an overnight train available from Delhi to Pathankot. From Pathankot, Palampur is linked by tapered guage railway. One can also opt for a bus or taxi to Bir from Pathankot.

Road: There are average, semi-deluxe or deluxe buses accessible from Delhi and other main towns of Himachal Pradesh to Dharamsala, Palampur, Jogindernagar, Baijnath or Mandi.

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