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Hatu Peak, Himachal Pradesh
India

Hatu Peak at 3400m (1152ft) is a popular adventure tourist location near Narkanda in Himachal Pradesh. In summer one can easily drive up to the peak and visit Hatu Temple and check out the HP PWD Guest House but in Winter and Spring this can a slightly strenuous trek over snow covered slopes and slippery icy paths.

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Uploaded: 07/04/2013
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Tags: peak; himalayas; mountain; summit; hatu; temple; snow; trek; guest house
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