You have to routes either you can go towards Manali nd came via Shimla or vice versa
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Day -1 Chandigarh-Shimla Day -2 Narkanda-Rampur-Kalpa Day -3 Kalpa-Nako-Tabo Day -4 Pin Valley-Mudh-Kaza Day -5 Ki Monastery-Kibber-Back to kaza Day-6 Komik-Hikkim-Langza-Back to Kaza You can also visit Dhankar Monastery from Kaza
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In winters Rohtang pass from Manali side in not accessible so you have to go from Shimla side
Since there is no direct route to Spiti , you can drive from Jalandhar to Manali and then then from manali you can find routes to spiti.
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Thank you for the valuable info :) .
At this time Rohtang pass is not accessible so the itinerary must be from Shimla
There are two routes to travel to Spiti. One is via Shimla and another one is from Manali. Manali route is about to get closed due to winters. You can access Spiti via Shimla-Rampur-kinnaur Route
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Via Churah-Sachpass-Pangi aswell
There are way ways to reach Spiti. 1. Via rohtang pass 2. via shimla> kinnaur>spiti 3. via sach pass. churah>Pangi>Spiti valley
I'm from Jalandhar but I'm staying in Old Manali from last few years, I have small guest house in old manali. Jalandhar to Shimla, Shimla to reckong peo, then kinnaur of you have time them from reckong peo to kaza, kaza to key kibber n chicham village which can b done in a day then you can go to Kunzum pass or batal n if you have enough days you can cover Chandertaal n then go to manali n then back to Jalandhar this way you can cover the entire spiti circuit. just check the weather if you're traveling in oct. or November