Bir Billing valley is gateway to various unexplored treks to tribal villages. Treks are suitable for all age groups. One can choose treks as per his fitness level. Tribal villages trekking is one of the best experience at Bir Billing.
Kukkar Gundha Village
Kukkar Gundha and Raj gundha are twin villages. These villages are still not connected with motor able road. Amazing views and the loveable aroma all around the valley. This valleyis full of wild life and many endangered species of birds. Forest area around here falls in the Dhauladhar wild life sanctuary. Villagers of Raj-gundha live here for 8 months and move to lower places due to heavy snowfall and considered as Semi Nomadic. Houses made up of old traditional way with stone and mud. Villagers grow vegetables and pulses in the summers. Vegetables and pulses grown here considered as organic as no chemical fertilizers used here. All the growing vegetables supplied to the region of Punjab and Himachal. This is the main source of income of local villagers. Villagers are shy to talk but very hospitable.
Badagran is a quintessential old Himalayan village with houses made of stone and wood. This village is recently connected by road with the other lower area of Himachal Pradesh. Villagers live on livestock and the vegetables they grow. Valley is tremendously fertile to grow vegetables and pulses.
Thathi village is group three villages namely “Chougan Thathi, Kron Thathi and Kothar thathi.” Most prominent is Chougan thathi which is centrally located and largest. Village is tribal and people here are farmers and shephards. This part is heritage of BirBilling Valley