'Rugged grandeur and austere beauty' -Indian Himalayas.
Pangi is stunning in its rugged grandeur and austere beauty located in the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh in the lower range of Dhauladhar Himalayan ranges. The scenery of high Himalayan green pasture is sublime and imposing and nature appears in her wildest and grandest moods. Everything is on a stupendous scale. The great river rolls along in a deep and narrow gorge, lashing itself into fury, sandwiched between adamant cliffs that confine it. Precipices spring from the brink in places almost perpendicular to a height of 1,000 to 2,000 feet. On the lower ranges are grassy slopes of rich pasture with dense forests of pine and cedar, while higher up the stern and majestic mountains attaining an altitude from 18,000 to 21,000 feet rising far above the line of eternal snow. But all this is not rugged and sublimity and naked beauty. Every few miles the traveler reaches tolerably open nooks of surpassing beauty, which may have been small lakes in some gone by age, while the river was cutting its course.By Dr. J. Hutchinson.
Want to spend nights under millions stars, while resting heads in middle of nowhere in the Himalayas, if you are board of riding the regular Indian roads and want to take your Royal Enfield to the worse of road conditions and ride the extreme gravels, than that might be "Pangi Valley".
we have been riding there since last couple of years, particularly in Autumn as the Summer and Monsoon seasons would be foggy and rain causes the landslides and road can remain blocked many days, therefore to avoid this hassle. Autumn is best to ride there.