Bir was ruled by the Pal dynasty of the Chandarvanshi lineage. The last Raja or Rai was Raizada Prithi Pal, who was a descendant of the Rajas of Bhangahal, who appear to have maintained their rights until the time of Raja Prithi Pal in the early part of the eighteenth century. Raja Prithi Pal fell victim to his father-in-law, Raja Sidh Sen, who in 1728 invited him to Mandi on the pretext of seeking his assistance against the Raja of Suket. He was kindly received, but within a month of his arrival he was beguiled into the Damdama Fort, and there murdered.
Check in at 1400 hrs.
Morning post breakfast drive for 18 kms for take-off point to Billing for paragliding flight of 15-30 mins. Landing at Bir and visit Palpung Sherbling monastery, Bhattu. Overnight stay in Camp Oak View, Bir.
Early morning drive to Bada gran village enroute visit Barot.
Badagran to Raj Gundha (easy trek, 5 km. / 3 hr)
Start trekking from Badagran village, trek passing through vegetable and pulses fields till the Uhl river bridge. After passing the bridge, we hike upward to Kukkar gundha village. Village is home of farmers and shepherds. Later after 1 km we reach Raj Gundha village, where we pitch our dome tents for stay. Valley is surrounded by dense forest from one side and mountains on the other side.
Dinner and Overnight stay at Raj Gundha Village in Dome tents.
StartPost breakfast, we start our trek from Raj Gundha village. After Raj gundha village trek enter to Deodara and Oak forest. Trail start gaining altitude till Channa ghat, which is highest point of trek at 2700 mts from sea level. From Channa ghat, we have the view of Thamsar peak and Billing on the other side. Trekking for more 2 -3 hrs you will reach at Billing, which is take off point of Paragliding.
Drive from Billing to Camp Oak View (18 km/1 hr drive)
Overnight stay in Camp Oak View, Bir
Post breakfast, check out at 1000 hr and departure