Bhim Pathar waterfall.
Bhim Pathar Waterfall is hidden in narrow valley before Bhim Pathar. Waterfall is one of the biggest waterfall in Kangra valley, but not accessible due to its narrow trail and bad terrain, need to trek in cold water, boulders to reach. Don’t just see Bangoru waterfall and return, as some guide fool you. But don’t try if not good trekker. Waterfall is somewhere 50 feet high and with huge water flow and current. Some people say this waterfall as Bangoru waterfall, but this waterfall is somewhere 1 km more trek away from Bangoru.
Stream of waterfall passing through Bhim Pathar – which believed carried by Bhim to construct bridge near Shiva temple in Baijnath, but droped here as sunrise happen and human movement start in this area. Stone have chain mark all round it and stone itself is a huge structure and attraction among tourist. Source of Water to Bhim Pathar waterfall from that huge stone.
Bhim Pathar Waterfall route as below :-
Start from Bir Billing Paragliding landing area then drive towards Chougan Chowk to Bir then follow road to Billing for only 2 km till curve number “1” and take right turn towards Gunnaid village. Drive for another 1 km in narrow village road till Bangoru waterfall. Leave your vehicle and follow trail towards Bhim pather. Don’t trek towards stream and small bridge, follow trail towards Bhim pather and leave trail after 50 mts from the point you see waterfall in deep valley. Trail from this point is tough, need special attention as trail is narrow and cliff on other side. downhill trek in wet area to reach stream over tree roots. Once you reach at stream, follow stream – Now trek in stream water and boulders for 100 mts. Once you are near waterfall, you can experience spray of water quite far away. Water is cold, stones are slippery and have sharp edges. Careful during photography.
Most famous trek route as its start from Hotel Paul Manor Chougan Chowk – Gunnaid – Bangaru – Bhim Pathar waterfall – Bir – Bari to Donadi to Camp Oak View – 7 km.