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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.
Chitkul with a high altitude of 3,450 Mtrs (11,320 ft) is a village in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. It is the last inhabited village near the Indo-China border. Chitkul is known mainly for its potatoes which are exported all over the world and are very costly.
Sangla Valley located at an altitude of 2,696 Mtrs (8,900 ft), 25 kms before Chitkul which is a holy place with temples and monasteries. The Baspa River in Sangla originates from Baspa Hills and joins the Sutlej River. The valley adjacent to this river is covered with huge oak and pine forests, which is the essence of the natural beauty of this place. While the lower side of the valley is covered with green fields, meadows, and pastures, the upper terrains have snow-covered mountains that look truly mesmerising. There are also many villages around the Baspa River that give immense opportunities to tourists to explore the picturesque surroundings of Baspa valley.
Kalpa is situated at an altitude of 2,960 Mtrs (9,710 ft) from the sea level, on the old Hindustan Tibet Road at a distance of 260 km from Shimla. Earlier it was the District Headquarter of Kinnaur. It is 14 kms. and half an hour’s drive from District Headquarter Reckong Peo. It has all the characteristics of a heritage village. Kalpa is dramatically located close to the foot of 6050 meter high Kinner Kailash. This is the legendary winter home of Shiva. This is a spectacular sight early in the morning as the rising sun touches the snowy peaks with crimson and gold light.