Popularly known as the last inhabited village of India, Chitkul is a small village located near Indo-Tibetan border in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh in Northern India. Due to its proximity to snow-capped mountains of Baspa Ranges in the mighty Himalayas, Chitkul remains very cold year-around and receives a lot of snow during winters.

Altitude: 3450 m (11,320 ft)

Distance from 

Delhi: 597 km

Chandigarh: 350 km

Shimla: 245 km




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15 reasons to do the Chadar Trek

Summer adventurists cannot have enough of rafting over the speeding waters and ferocious rapids of the River Zanskar, and winter adventure fanatics cannot limit their pace on the freezing layer of the unnaturally calm waters of the Zanskar. The mystifying Zanskar River freezes into a sheet of ice in winters and remains the only route to access the Zanskar Valley. …

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3 beautiful monasteries of Spiti Valley

In Tibetan, gompa or gumbas mean a remote place which is a university associated with Tibetan Buddhism. I would suggest for you to visit these places and stay a night at each place to experience the culture. Key Monastery, Chicham and Kibber We reached Chicham village in about an hour or so from Kaza and walked down to the construction …

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Enigmatic quest to Ladakh & Spiti

That’s what made me & my rider- Rajendra, decide that we are getting Leh’d again and perhaps every year. And to fulfil our quest for additional dosage of adventure, it was decided to add Spiti Valley in the itinerary. Well that addition did enhance the severity of this trip, but we were blessed with the serenity of the Valley, happy …

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