This is a small village located around 60 km from Chamba and is known for its picturesque beauty and ancient temples. Bharmour once served as the ancient capital of Chamba and is dominated by the Gaddi tribes. While in Bharmour, tourists should not miss shopping for the fruits and blankets.
The main tourist attractions here are archaeological temple remains dating back to more than 1,000 years. The most famous temples here are Lakshna Devi and Ganesh, known for their architecture patterns. Tourists are advised to enjoy an easy 4 km trek on the hill to the Chaurasi temple and enjoy the spectacular views. Pilgrims flock here to take a dip in the waters of the holy Manimahesh Lake (35 km uphill trek from Bharmour) during the Manimahesh Yatra held from August to September.
Trekking and mountaineering are a few challenging sports tourists can enjoy here. The regional center of mountaineering Institute of Manali is located here to assist the adventurers. The best time to visit Bharmour is during the months from April to October.