Kinnaur, also known as "Land of god" is about 235 Km from Shimla and is known for its serenity and beauty of the lush green and rocky mountainscape having Satluj, Baspa and Spiti river snaking through it.
A brotherly fusion of Hinduism and Buddhism at one place reflects the existence of a culture of a different sort which is well preserved by its people in this era of modernization. Hindus visit Kinnaur to see the famous Kinner Kailash, believed to be the home of Lord Shiva and the Shivaling rocks, the stories of Pandavas and their link with Kinnaur is a great attraction. There are also old Buddhist monasteries and temples in the vicinity which hold special importance and are revered by Buddhists. Apart from religion, Kinnaur also has a large scope in adventure sports like trekking and skiing. There are about nine known routes for trekking and some which are five days or six-day trips. Kinnaur is well known for its delicious apples, Chilgoza, handlooms and handicrafts materials. Slight traces of modernization can be seen in the town, its cultures and people but the area continue to be pristine, simple and magnificently beautiful.
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Famous for trekking, camping, and many adventurous activities.
The weather in winters and monsoon is very rough and hence makes it difficult to visit the place during this period.
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Q. I am going to visit kinnaur valley in october'2016. I will reach shimla on 25th of October by shibalik deluxe and stay there overnight then one night at sarahan,two night at kalpa,and then two night stand at sangla and back to shimla. Now please guide me how to explore best out of kinnaur and which places should I visit around those plases and on the way in between those places.