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Kinner Kailash Circuit Trek

Popularly known as “Parbat Of Lord Shiva”, this mountain is perched at an altitude of 6500 meters above the sea level. The alluring landscapes of this place make it the most popular tourist spot in Kalpa. People, in large number, visit this place to take the holy Parikrama, which kickstarts from Morang and continues till Kalpa.

Kinnaur Kailash is situated amid breathtaking valleys, lush green gardens, snow-clad mountains, and gushing rivers. What further adds to the significance of this site is the holy Shivling of Lord Shiva. The Shivling is nestled on the Kailash rage at a height of around 4800m. With its religious significance and panoramic landscapes, it is one of the finest places to visit in Kinnaur.

Location:
 Kailash mountain range. Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh

Timing: 
It can be visited at any time of the day.

Entry fee: 
No entry charges.

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Nako Lake

A tiny isolated reservoir, Nako Lake has gained extensive popularity for its pristine beauty and impeccable charm. A spiritual lake cradled in the mystical Himalayas, it is situated at an elevation of around 3662 meters. The dense willow trees that surround the lake quadruples the charm if this tourist spot.

The popular spot is bounded by 4 ancient Tibetan temples. In close proximity to these temples, you can also find 4 caves which are said to be saint Padmasambhava’s meditation site. There is one magnificent waterfall near the lake which is known to be the home of fairies. If you happen to visit this place during September, you can relish the experience of boating in this popular lake.

Location:
Nako Village, Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh

Timings:
It can be visited at any time.

Entry Fee:
No entry charges

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Baspa River

If you want to enjoy the best views of snow-clogged mountains, Sangla Valley, and running streams, there is no better place to visit in Kinnaur than Baspa River. Counted among the most scintillating rivers of the Himalayas, Baspa is a center point of numerous glaciers and worth seeing destinations such as Chung Sakhago Pass.

It originates from majestic Baspa hills and merges with Sutlej river. The nearby valley to the river remains covered with pine and oak forests. One peculiar thing about Baspa is that it plants a huge variety of fishes which is another attraction for nature lovers and campers. People visiting this serene spot love to indulge in sightseeing, handicrafts shopping, and enjoy the taste of scrumptious Tibetan food.

Location:
Sangla Valley, Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh

Timings:
It remains open for tourists throughout the day.

Entry Fee:
No entry fee.

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Sarhan

A small village situated in Kinnaur, Sarhan is perched at an altitude of 2165 meters. Popular as “ Gateway To Kinnaur”, it is known for its dense pine forests, terraced farms, slate-roofed houses, and gushing streams. In the center of the village, one can find a beautiful 2-towered temple of Bhimkali and Devi Kali.

Apart from this, you will also get to see the Jujurana bird species in a pheasantry situated in close proximity to the Devi Kali temple. Sarhan also acts as a base village for several trekking expeditions and is regarded as the summertime capital of Bushehr rulers. The view of Mount Srikhand peak from this place is something that you can’t give a miss. With its mesmerizing and serene surroundings, Sarhan is one of the key places to visit in Kinnaur.

Location: 
Indo-Tibet Highway, Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh

Timings:
It can be visited at any time of the day.

Entry Fee:
No entry charges

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Sangla Valley

Forming a perfect getaway from the boisterous city life, Sangla Valley is surrounded by evergreen forests, mountain slopes, and snow-clad peaks. One thing that set this valley apart from the rest of them is its beautiful cherry trees and red apple orchard.

Baspa River, which is popular for trout fishing, passes through this spot. From holy temples to majestic forts and alluring villages, Sangra Valley has a perfect mix of adventurous spots and serene sites. The lush green valley of Sangla is named after an enticing village which has the same name.

Location:
Sangla, Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh

Timings:
It can be visited at any time of the day.

Entry fee:
Entry is free of charge

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Kalpa

Known for its captivating sunrise views, Kalpa is perched at an altitude of 2759 meters on the India-Tibetan road. The village is placed above Reckong Peo, a hub of Buddhist Culture. Reflecting all the traits of a heritage village, this site is one among the many unforgettable places to visit in Kinnaur.

There are few Buddhist Monasteries in Kalpa such as Gompa and Hu-Bu-Lan-car which are among the top tourist spots in the village. One can also relish the view of the serene river of Satluj that flows down the Himalayas and gets through the hilly surface of Kinnaur. As soon as you step into Kalpa, you will be welcomed by the spellbinding views of Kinner-Kailash range and Shiva Lingam which is a well-known Hindu religious site.

Location:
Sutlej River Valley, Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh

Timing:
It can be visited at any time.

Entry fee:
Entry is free of charge.

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Ribba

A small populous village of Kinnaur, Ribba is nestled at the height of around 3745 meters above the sea. The village is abundant in Pine nuts and this is how it got its another name, “Rirang”. In the local language, Ri means Pine Nut and Rang means peak.

Dotted with vineyards and fruit orchards, it forms an ideal tourist spot for nature lovers. Grape Orchards ad Grape Alcohols are the 2 things which are quite popular in this area. The village is bounded by well-known places such as Reckong Peo, Kalpa, Rampur village and Nichar.

Location:
 Rarang village, Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh

Timing:
The village can be visited at any time.

Entry Fee:
There is no entrance fee.

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Borasu Pass

One of the many passes of Himachal is the Borasu Pass that connects Baspa River valley with the Tons River valley. Reckoned as an enthralling trek for adventure lovers, it also acts as a link between Himalayas of Uttrakhand and Himachal. Borasu Pass trek takes you through some of the ancient trade routes that begin from Har Ki Dun and ends in Kinnaur Valley.

On the trek, the trekkers will get to see the mesmerizing landscapes and several remote villages such as Osla, Saur, Sankri, Dhatmir, and Gangar Har Ki Dun. If you are someone who has an undying love for adventures and hiking, Borasu Pass is your ideal tourist place in Kinnaur.

Location:
Har Ki Dun Valley, Himachal

Timing:
you can visit this place at any time of the day.

Entry Fee:
there is no entry fee.

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