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Hi Ankit :) You surely can visit Spiti in Jan/Feb - however it'll be all white, and covered in snow! So you gotta be well prepared for experiencing something incredible. To say the least, winter in Spiti would be surreal and absolutely breathtaking. I would suggest that you do a bit of research and then travel. You can check out this trip below and see if it suits you :)
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Nooo... Roads will be blocked.
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Hey Ankit! Spiti is a magical wonderland that you HAVE to visit! However, Jan-Feb are not too conducive for an easy-going trip, especially if this is your first trip there. By that time, all of Spiti is covered in thick snow and has sub-zero temperature. To give you an idea of how bad the winter there is -- the water freezes in the pipes, you have to use dry toilets located outside the homestays, there is usually no electricity, and hot water is available only for essentials. In case an experience of the harsh winter is what you're looking for, then you can surely head to Spiti, but even then, I would suggest that you book with a tour operator, in order to make things easier for you. If not, then it is best to wait it out till next year and visit anytime between May - September. Happy travelling!
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Hii, thank you for your response,but really wanted to see a winter spiti, and can go comfortably with winters but just query was, how much ahead in spiti i can reach, and where i can stuck there, so to be a little precautious about it before going.