Barot is a picnic spot and tourist location. The town has a range of outdoor activities, including a trout breeding centre from where fish are released into the Uhl. A 30 km section of the river is used for angling. Barot also forms the gateway to the Nargu Wildlife Sanctuary which lies across the Uhl. The sanctuary is home to the monal, black bear and ghoral. Within forest, rest houses at Thaltuckhod and Silbandhwari. Through woods of cedar and pine a trek route cuts across the sanctuary to Kullu.
Badagran in Barot valley is an old village. Here in the village houses constructed with stone and big logs. This village is recently connected by road with the other lower area of Himachal Pradesh. Villagers live on cattle’s and the vegetables they grow, valley is tremendously fertile to grow the vegetables and the pulses.Area is disconnected with other world in winters due to heavy snow fall
Kukkar Gundha and Raj Gundha in Bir Billing are twin villages still not connected with the road but have amazing views and the loveable aroma all around the valley. Kukkar Gundha and Raj Gundha forest’s are full of wild life. Villagers here live here for 8 months and in winters move to lower places with their cattles. Houses made up of old traditional way with stone and mud. Earlier this area was under wild life sanctuary0