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Kutla

Devanshu Raj
We started our trek to Kutla from tosh and before starting our trek, a chai(tea) was a necessity. We were enjoying our tea again some beautiful views. But it was getting dark so we continued walking towards kutla
NomadicSaga
Soon it started to get dark so after spending some amazing fun time there we started the descending trek making it back to our homestay in Tosh. We were so tired back then but we planned dinner at the pink floyd cafe (PS The food and ambiance is really good there) because it was probably my the last night with them as they were going to trek Kheerganga and I was going for Grahan which starts from kasol.
Rahul Nath
Kutla is a small village and isolated from the main crowd. It is very beautiful. I went further up towards a certain Budaban glacier but I could not find it. After I reached a small wooden crossing I turned back because I wanted to get back before dark. I returned in the evening to Tosh and had dinner at a Punjabi cafe.
Design Pandits
Day 3On our third day in the valley, we went to visit a small waterfall ahead of Kutla, it was just a 2 kms trek. It is just great to trek in the mountains, we trekked to every place we got a chance to. This day we returned back to Kasol, but if we hadn't done our bookings for the next day, we would have surely loved to camp one more day at Kutla.
Anurag Sharma
7th July :- This was the final day of my trip. I planned to go to Malana but dropped my plan as I heard that it is a place similar to Tosh. The guy I befriended on the previous day told me about kutla, a small village located at top of the hill. There is a 1 hour trek from Tosh to Kutla, so we decided to went there. The trek was easy & beautiful with waterfalls & beautiful landscapes. But the real surprise was the final destination. It is a place where I can spend rest of my life, located at top of the hill with no crowd & beautiful view. We ate our breakfast at a dhaba & asked its owner about near by places to go. He told us to go to other side of the hill. We went there & reached a beautiful valley with view of glaciers from the distance. We met a shepherd family there & they invited us to share food with them. As it was the occasion of Eid, we ate halwa with them & thanked them for their generosity. We decided to head back to Tosh but lost our way. We were scared because there was no one & it was the dense forest. Luckily we found our way back and reached Tosh.