Enjoy the beautiful vistas on the travel by road to Spiti Valley.
Run down the roads unexplored with mix and match of different terrains.
Drive along Satluj, Spiti and Baspa Rivers.
Take a walk on the small streets and markets which give you the glimpse of rich Tibetan culture.
Spend an evening at Highest motor-able village in the world looking at the beautiful view Kibber.
Explore the beautiful marvels of architecture; Key Gompa.
Spend an evening at Beautiful and calm Nako Lake.
Explore villages where population is less than a small society in a metro Tabo, pooh and more.
Chandigarh – You will be warmly welcomed at the planned city Chandigarh and would be checked into a very comfortable hotel just outside Chandigarh.
You will meet the team and your co-riders for the trip. You can also do some local sightseeing which depends on your time of arrival.
Chail – Chail is a beautiful hill station near Shimla. When the Maharaja of Patiala Bhupinder Singh was exiled from Shimla he built Chail his own summer capital.
At the altitude of 2,250 meters, surrounded by thick cover of dense, majestic, soaring deodars; this picturesque hill station is built on three hills. The palace on the Rajgarh Hill; the Residency Snow View on Pandhewa Hill and on the third being the Sadh Tiba hill; Overlooking Satluj Valley, Shimla and Kasauli.
The best way to reach is by road and we will go through Panchkula, Kalka, Dharampur then Kandaghat to reach Chail. In Chail you can witness breath-taking views and exhilarating roads that will leave you awe-inspired.
Rampur – Rampur is a small town situated at 1,005 meters on the left bank of the Sutlej, served as Bashahr’s winter capital.
The city is also the home to Asia’s Largest Hydro Power Project – Nathpa Jhakri Power Corp. at Jhakri and world’s deepest Surge shaft at shah (22 K.M away from Rampur).
At rampur you can enjoy the vistas and take a walk post dinner.
Kalpa - Kalpa is a small town in the Sutlej river valley, above Recong Peo. Inhabited by Kinnauri people and famous for its apple orchards. Apples are a major cash-crop for the region. The local inhabitants follow a syncretism of Hinduism and Buddhism, and many temples in Kalpa are dedicated to both Hindu and Buddhist gods and goddesses.
To reach Kalpa you need to travel along The Satluj river and take a detour form NH 22 at Khwangi to your left and head towards Kalpa.
Tabo – Tabo which is a small town in the Lahaul and Spiti district on the banks of the Spiti River. The town Tabo surrounds a Buddhist monastery which according to legend is said to be over a thousand years old. Communication to the main villages around the area is by way of satellite phones and occasional goods carriers and buses that populate the road between Tabo and Kaza.
On the way to tabo you can see the beautiful confluence of The Satluj and The Spiti river.
Kibber – Kibber is the highest village in the Spiti Valley in the Himalayas at 4270 metres. It has a monastery and the Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary. Kibber lies in a summit of a limestone rocks located at 16 kilometres from Kaza.
The village has around 80 houses, unique, given that they are made of stone instead of mud or adobe brick used extensively elsewhere in the Spiti valley.
Kaza – The town of Kaza is the sub-divisional headquarters of the Spiti Valley in the Lahaul and Spiti district. This region of Spiti is referred as a high altitude cold desert having close similarities to the neighbouring Tibet and Ladakh regions in terms of terrain, climate and the Buddhist culture.
Kaza is situated along the Spiti River river at an elevation of 3,650 metres above mean sea level, is the largest township and commercial center of the valley.
Nako - Kinnaur poseses a small village namead Nako. This village is situated at an altitude of 3600 meters. This beautiful village has a lake in its center named Nako Lake.
Sarahan: A detour from Kanahi-Khas at the confluence of Satluj and Baspa river takes you to Sarahan. Dedicated to the mother goddess Bhimakali; Bhimkali Temple at Sarahan is an architectural marvel.
This temple is built from layers of stone and timber in order to absorb the force of earthquakes. It is also believed that this temple is more then 800 years old.
Nature has its own way to protect beauty via some obstacles, like roses with thorns, so for good part of year, the pristine beauty of Spiti is disconnected from rest of world. When the roads do get open there is another set of challenges await the visitors, in terms of rough terrain and lack of oxygen due to high altitude. Still the beauty of the place attracts visitors towards itself again and again, regardless of the obstacles. We at LetsRide24x7 are committed to take all your worries and problems, and leave you all the time to enjoy the beautiful landscapes and just soak in the atmosphere. To have your visit to this beautiful peace of art sculpted by the creator himself a memorable one.
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