Chitkul also called the last village of India is nestled in kinnar valley of Himachal Pradesh. This place is known to reside in the hearts of adventure lovers. Located at an altitude of about 11,319 ft., it may appear to be difficult to reach but once you reach there it's worth the effort. With Kinner Kailash in the backdrop, Chitkul seems to be ab unparalleled beauty, with the background of kinner Kailash and is located near the baspa river. It is known as the first village of Baspa valley and last village towards Hindustan-Tibet route.
Chitkul is surrounded by Garhwal on the south and Tibet in the east. On the other hand the west is surrounded by kullu and north by Spiti valley.
The total distance from Chitkul to Delhi is 569 kilometres. Baspa River, mathi Devi temple are common attractions of the region.
On your journey towards Chitkul you will be mesmerized by the enchanting beauty of the region with snow covered mountains all around. On the other side you will get to see terrain full of wooden houses and apple orchards. This place remains covered under a thick layer of snow for most part of the year.
Deodar forests and chilgoza trees flaunt the majestic land of Kinnaur.
Winters in kinnar are harsh and extremely cold but this is what makes the region so magnificent. The temperature drops down to -20°C so you should be prepared with heavy woollen clothing. The best time to visit this region is during summer months and that between April to June and September – October. The clear blue skies on Hindustan-Tibet highway on way towards Chitkul marks the journey of an amazing adventure.
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