Jibhi & Jalori Pass

BY : Jony Jindal

2 years ago

Ever Experienced the Fresh snow?

November 2018, I started a journey which built so many new relations, relation with the valley, the vibes, relation with locals, relation with new friends, more deep relation with existing friends...

I don't know how lucky I was that time, when I decided to go there...

I planned to explore the Jibhi & Jalori Pass. Mr. Arjun Tuli (Co-founder of Stayonskill) gave me the contact number of a local's homestay for my accommodation. I asked my friend Vansh to go with me and he agreed. 

We Started our journey by catching the bus to Aut from Delhi. That was a private volvo bus and the fare was Rs 1200. After reaching Aut, We catched another bus to Jibhi.

After Check In to the No Society Cafe & Homestay, We took a rest of 2 to 3 hours. Tasted the delicious and organic lunch there.


After Lunch, we went for a forest hike near the property. That was more amazing than I thought. We explored so many things there like Local's farms, Garhats, Turbines and water streams.

At Evening, We did bonfire party at our homestay and took tasty evening snacks with tea.

Night stay in a wooden flooring comfortable room.

Next Day, we woke up and had breakfast in front of mesmerising view of Dhauladhar Range.


Drive to Shoja Village( 3 Km Far Away from our Homestay). Trek to Jalori Pass. There was heavy and fresh snow there. I experienced the snow so many times, but this time, it was totally different. We were experiencing the fresh snow on the leaves of trees there and the awesome view of high peaks of Tirthan Valley. 

After spending 2-3 hours there we came down to our homestay and started the journey back to Delhi.