Come to Kinnaur Valley
In every adventure lover life, there may be many memorable trips. But I guaranty trip to Kinnaur valley must be one trip that will stay in your mind for lifetime and had the greatest impact on you. Every year thousands of people come to Kinnaur and feels something like that they never experienced and not able describes those thing in words.
In Kinnaur Valley there are couple of interesting locations that caught attention. Rakchham is a picturesque place, surrounded by snow-capped peaks. Then move forward toward Sangla which have gorgeous mountains in the background and situated on the bank of Baspa River. There were some different looking plants around the area too. After taking pictures & visiting Sangla valley, headed towards Chitkul. This was one of the locations you were really looking forward to because you see so many cool pictures of chunks of glacier ice on the black sand beach with bright blue glaciers floating in the water. Chitkul is also last inhibited village of India on Indo-Tibet Border
You will also visit Reckong Peo is district headquarters of Kinnaur district few kilometers from Reckong Peo you will visit impressive and the beautiful Kalpa Valley and little bit rough terrain, hills, magnificent view of Kinner Kailash and the immense and remarkable plains with lovely views of the outlet glaciers of the great Himalayas.
In short Kinnaur tourism has great mix of adventure, spirituality, sightseeing and numerous other activity where travelers can spend great time together.
The people live there are very simple and honest. You can reach Kinnaur via Shimla or Manali through a motor able road which remains open for 8 to 9 months. Kinnaur lies at an altitudes ranging from 2000 to more than 6,000 m from see level.
As of staying option in Kinnaur Valley Hotels or Homestay are main options for spending night and we also recommend to stay at home stay because to live with local families and listen there experience to live this beautiful location.
Kinnaur Valley Tourism offers mainly adventure travel package because to explore Kinnaur valley you need to be a walking habit. Kinnaur valley can be classified into 2 categories Soft Adventure and hard adventure
- Soft adventure in Kinnaur valley which requires no experience and have low risk which is safe and does not require excessive physical efforts. In this kind of adventure activity biking, camping and walking are included.
- In Hard adventure activity you need to be physically fit and it requires more physical efforts and consists of a high element of risk. In Kinnaur valley to do hard adventure there are lot of options like mountain biking, mountaineering, trekking and white water rafting.
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Places to Visit in Kinnaur Valley
Sarahan is a beautiful hamlet situated near Kinnaur and Known as the “Gateway to Kinnaur”, it is located near the Sutlej River at an altitude of 2165 m below sea level in Indo Tibetan road. You will find apple orchards, dense emerald pine and deodar forests, gushing streams, wildflower fields rustic settings, terraced farms and slate-roofed houses, the village is a sight to behold.
The place indeed has soaked a lot of nature’s blessing and here you find fabulous two-towered temple of Devi Kali, the Bhimakali temple. It is built in traditional Kinnauri manner with a touch of unique Tibetan architecture.
he Kinnaur Kailasha is a mountain in the Kinnaur district of the Indian state Himachal Pradesh. It is situated at an altitude 6050 meters above sea level.
This 14 km long trek is undoubtedly tough, but is magically rewarding too. If you ever take up this challenge, make sure to get rewarded with beautiful fairytale views of the surroundings and nature.The mind-boggling views of snow-clad cold mountains, lush green apple orchards, and spectacular landscape, it is just everything that one can imagine. This trek will take you through the gorgeous Sangla Valley and Hangrang Valley, where nature can be experienced in its purest form.
Sangla is situated on the right bank of Baspa river 17 kms. from Karcham. Journey from Karcham onwards is enjoyable and adventurous throughout the valley. The natural scenery all around and the eternal snow view are picturesque and charming. It is also known as Baspa Valley since Baspa river flows through this area. This is the most charming valley in the entire District of Kinnaur. A temple dedicated to Nages god is worth a visit & other places are Sapni, Rackchham, Kilba, Kamru Fort which can also be visited.
The last village on the Indo-Tibet border, Chitkul, is truly one of the hidden gems of India. The village, at first glance will give you a feeling of time travel, way back into the past. The main attraction in Chitkul offers you a panoramic view of the Himalayan range on one side, dense trees on the other, and the sparkling ever-gushing river Baspa flowing behind the hostel. Speaking of its beauty, each sight is a magnificent sight to behold. No wonder, Chitkul is any photography lover’s haven.
Kalpa is a little known town situated in the lap of Himalayas at an altitude of 2960 meters from sea level and around 240 kms from Shimla. Kalpa is surrounded by snowy peak for almost the whole year. One gets a clear view of the sacred Kinner Kailash peak as well as its sister peaks.
Kothi is also called Koshtampi is an ancient large village in tehsil Kalpa, little below the Kalpa and nearby Reckong Peo. The village is environed by the fields and fruit trees punctuated by vineyards. It is over shadowed by Kinner Kailash peak which forms a magnificent backdrops. The village with its attractive temple, tanks and gracious willows makes an altogether lovely landscape. The goddess Shuwang Chandika temple is in the village..
The monastery is incredible with beautiful ancient murals on the walls and statues of the deities. The town leading to the lake is a photographers dream. I just wandered in any direction and was overwhelmed by the beautiful architecture! The lake itself is not that interesting but getting there is the experience the roads leading up to nako is exciting and scenic and very very high, but never felt unsafe.
Ribba is a populous village in Kinnaur district, which is situated at an elevation of 3745m above sea level. The village is known for the abundance of Pine Nut or Chilgoza. Ribba is better known as Rirang and it is believed that the village got its name due to the plenty of Pine Nut as according to the local dialect, Ri means Chilgoza (Pine nut) and Rang means Mountain peak. Ribba is an ideal place for nature lovers as it is dotted with fruit orchards and vineyards.
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