Hatu is famous for its ski slopes.
The area is surrounded by forests of Fir and Spruce, with a smattering of maple, Aspen and Cedar trees.
At top of the peak, there is a small wooden temple known as Hatu temple. According to local belief, the famous Hatu Mata temple is the temple of ‘Mandodari’, wife of ‘Ravana’. People come in great number on the first Sunday of Jyeshtha to pay rituals here. There is an ancient stove like formation of rocks nearby temple. Locals believe that it was used by the Pandava brothers to cook their food during their Agyaat Vaas (years of exile).
Hatu Peak is uninhabited and a really peaceful place with the most spectacular view around.
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