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Kinnaur Valley, Himachal Pradesh | Travel Guide

  • dheerajsharma14 on #21464

    Kinnaur Valley is one of the 12 districts in Himachal Pradesh which is known for its apples & orchards, beautiful small hamlets, beautiful meadows surrounded with thick dense woods and not to forget the ever adventurous roads. One of the road to Sangla Valley was also got popularly featured by the name Ledge in Discovery Channel as Deadliest Roads in the World :D … This adds just the right charm of adventure in the trip. In winters, the presence of snow makes it just a jaw-dropping experience to be in Kinnaur Valley where the major attractions is the breathtaking view of Kinner Kailash, a mountain sacred to Hindus, close to the Tibetan border. The beautiful meadows in Sangla or Baspa Valley and Chitkul which is considered the last village in India where one can reach from Kinnaur side, are also covered commonly on a trip to this part of Himalayas.

    Read the complete guide at the link: Kinnaur Valley Travel Guide | Kalpa, Sangla & Chitkul

    Marvelous View of Kinner Kailash in Kinnaur Valley

    Feel free to ask any queries as replies to this topic. In order to keep the information organized and benefit other fellow travelers as well from your queries, I will request you to please post your replies and queries in the forum topic only NOT as blog comments in these reference links.

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    1234 on #26400

    wow, nice blog, nice pictures… :D
    I did not know that india has so many points to visit in the mountains…
    BR Christian

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    DHEERAJ SHARMA on #26401

    Yes, very true. There are loads of places in India which are worth visiting and need at least a lifetime to discover and experience their beauty :)

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