|Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation has divided the State into four interesting circuits. These circuits pass through different terrains making one feel as if one is trekking through ages at different times.
The Dhauladhar Circuit
derives its name from the Dhauladhar peaks of Western Himalaya. It passes in the shadow of the mighty and majestic snow clad Dhauldhar ranges, which dominates the beautiful Kangra valley, dotted by flower filled meadows, temples, tea gardens and flocks of sheep.
This circuit covers Delhi - Chintpurni - Jwalamukhi - Kangra - Dalhousie - Khajjiar - Chamba - Dharamsala - Chamunda - Palampur - Jogindernagar - Delhi.
The Sutlej Circuit
derives its name from the ancient river Sutlej. It passes through snow covered majestic Himalayas, forests of pine, oak and deodar, across stone fruit and apple orchards and through the Shiwalik foot hills.
This circuit covers Delhi - Parwanoo - Kasaul i- Barog - Solan - Chail - Hatkoti - Rampur - Sarahan - Narkanda - Naldehra - Tattapani - Shimla - Kiarighat - Delhi. This circuit also includes Renuka, Paonta Sahib and Nahan.
The Beas Circuit
Derives its name from the ancient river Beas. It passes through the highly picturesque Kullu - Mandi regions. The main attractions are the flower filled meadows, terraced fields of paddy, maize, apple orchards and the sparkling Beas river.
This circuit covers Delhi - Swarghat - Bilaspur - Mandi - Rewalsar - Kullu - Manali - Rohtang - Naggar - Manikaran - Delhi (1335 km) (5 nights 6 days).
The Tribal Circuit
Passing through a spectacular terrain of River Valleys, Cold Desert Mountains, High Passes, Snow Capped Peaks, Icy Lakes, Mighty Glaciers, an exotic tribal country dotted by monasteries, yaks and lamas.
This circuit covers Delhi - Shimla - Sarahan - Sangla - Kalpa - Nako - Tabo - Dhankar - Pin Vally - Kaza - Losar - Kunzum - Koksar - Sissu - Tandi - Udaipur - Trilokpur - Rohtang Pass - Manali - Delhi.