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Agyaat Vaas Narkanda
India

Agyaat Vaas is a nature resort located at an altitude of 10,400 feet on the Hatu Peak road near Narkanda in Himachal Pradesh. Started in 2001 as a camping spot for school kids on adventure holidays, today the resort has many cottages that are usable throught the year.

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Updated: 15/09/2014
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Tags: snow; hut; agyaat; vaas; himalayas; himachal; pradesh; shimla; narkanda; eco friendly; holiday; adventure; cottage; resort; ice; water; outdoors; nature; eco-tourism
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