Spiti valley in June Last week

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Spiti valley in June Last week

Postby kuldeep555 » Thu May 18, 2017 2:11 pm

Dear Dhiraj greetings from Kuldeep

I am passionate about long and adventure driving and very much fan of DOW community and articles posted on DOW website.
We are group of 4 friends based in Surat, Gujarat.
We have successfully done our Surat - Srinagar - Leh - Manali - Surat trip in September 2015 by road by self driven SUV, After referring DOW website and it's articles several times and making our itinerary based on advised / suggestions given by you.

We are planning to visit spiti valley by road from Surat in the last week of June this year. So once again seeking advise of "Adventure Guru"
our itinerary ( Copied from DOW website) :
June 25th Surat - Jaipur
June 26th Jaipur - Chail
June 27th Chail /Shimla ( site-seeing )
June 28th Chail / Shimla - Sangla
June 29th Sangla - chitkul - Sangle -kalpa
June 30th Kalpa – Nako – Nako Lake – Tabo
July 1st Tabo – Dhankar – Dhankar Lake – Pin Valley (Mud Village)
July 2nd Pin Valley – Kaza – Ki – Kibber – Gette – Tashigong – Kaza
July 3rd Kaza – Hikkim – Komic – Langza – Losar - Chandratal
July 4th Chandratal (till afternoon) – Kunzum Pass – Rohtang Pass – Manali
July 5th Manali site-seeing
July 6th Manali - Karnal
July 7th Karnal - Udaipur
July 8th Udaipur- Surat

Now comes the main questions...
Is this itinerary and date/month ok to visit most of places of Spiti?
Is this itinerary and date/month ok to avoid rain and landslides?
Do we found all inner roads open during this time?
Do we encounter the ice walls during this period?
Any suggestions regarding ( trip / places / topic i missed to mention )

Best Regards...

Kuldeep Rathod
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Re: Spiti valley in June Last week

Postby dheerajsharma14 » Fri May 19, 2017 8:45 am

kuldeep555 wrote:Dear Dhiraj greetings from Kuldeep

I am passionate about long and adventure driving and very much fan of DOW community and articles posted on DOW website.
We are group of 4 friends based in Surat, Gujarat.
We have successfully done our Surat - Srinagar - Leh - Manali - Surat trip in September 2015 by road by self driven SUV, After referring DOW website and it's articles several times and making our itinerary based on advised / suggestions given by you.

We are planning to visit spiti valley by road from Surat in the last week of June this year. So once again seeking advise of "Adventure Guru"
our itinerary ( Copied from DOW website) :
June 25th Surat - Jaipur
June 26th Jaipur - Chail
June 27th Chail /Shimla ( site-seeing )
June 28th Chail / Shimla - Sangla
June 29th Sangla - chitkul - Sangle -kalpa
June 30th Kalpa – Nako – Nako Lake – Tabo
July 1st Tabo – Dhankar – Dhankar Lake – Pin Valley (Mud Village)
July 2nd Pin Valley – Kaza – Ki – Kibber – Gette – Tashigong – Kaza
July 3rd Kaza – Hikkim – Komic – Langza – Losar - Chandratal
July 4th Chandratal (till afternoon) – Kunzum Pass – Rohtang Pass – Manali
July 5th Manali site-seeing
July 6th Manali - Karnal
July 7th Karnal - Udaipur
July 8th Udaipur- Surat

Now comes the main questions...
Is this itinerary and date/month ok to visit most of places of Spiti?
Is this itinerary and date/month ok to avoid rain and landslides?
Do we found all inner roads open during this time?
Do we encounter the ice walls during this period?
Any suggestions regarding ( trip / places / topic i missed to mention )

Best Regards...

Kuldeep Rathod

Welcome to DoW Community Kuldeep !! :)

Thanks for your kind words. Your overall plan looks OK.

However, I will recommend to skip Shimla sightseeing and spend that day in Kaza and doing Langza - Komic - Hikkim at ease. September is always a good time to visit high Himalayas including Spiti and Ladakh. All roads will be open bu no ice walls :)
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Re: Spiti valley in June Last week

Postby getpackingvinod » Fri May 19, 2017 2:21 pm

dheerajsharma14 wrote:September is always a good time to visit high Himalayas including Spiti and Ladakh. All roads will be open bu no ice walls

July hai Bhai :) July first week should't be too tough .. roads should be open by then
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Re: Spiti valley in June Last week

Postby dheerajsharma14 » Mon May 22, 2017 2:57 am

getpackingvinod wrote:
dheerajsharma14 wrote:September is always a good time to visit high Himalayas including Spiti and Ladakh. All roads will be open bu no ice walls

July hai Bhai :) July first week should't be too tough .. roads should be open by then

Ohh man :o

Seems I always see everything from September color eyes :lol: :lol:
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Re: Spiti valley in June Last week

Postby vishals1991 » Thu May 25, 2017 6:18 pm

Hi guys!

Will it be raining heavily around June end? Will the Kunzum La be open by then?
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Re: Spiti valley in June Last week

Postby mosederbaer » Thu May 25, 2017 6:47 pm

vishals1991 wrote:Hi guys!

Will it be raining heavily around June end? Will the Kunzum La be open by then?

Kunzam comes under rain shadow area and does not get much rains. In all probability, it should be open at that time...
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