Jalori Pass, located at a height of 3550 m above sea level, is a popular tourist destination of Narkanda in Himachal Pradesh. Placed at a distance of 90 km from Narkanda, visitors travel through the Sutlej Valley crossing the beautiful sceneries of Luhri, Ani and Khanag of the Kullu Valley on their way to the pass.
Lake Sarolsar, situated near the pass amidst lush green forests, can be reached after a short 30 minute’s walk from there. The Shringa Rishi Temple, a prominent worship place of the Banjar Valley, is located in proximity to the Pass.
According to a legend, a sacred stone known as “Pindi” placed in the jungle would request every passer-by for its installation in a temple. The pass connects Kullu Valley with Rampur, Shimla and Kinnaur. Visitors can also travel from Shimla to Manali via the Pass which offers one of the best mountain biking experiences in the state.