Hiking in Spiti Valley

by Sheena Negi 2 months ago in asia

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Hiking in Spiti Valley

Kaza, Lahaul and Spiti Valley

The excellent town of Kaza is situated at a height of around 12,500 ft., on the left bank of the Spiti River in the grand Lahaul and Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh. It is known as the sub-divisional central command of Spiti and the biggest municipality in the Lahaul and Spiti Valley, which is one of the most lovely valleys of Himachal Pradesh. Kaza is encircled by high mountains, completely clear waterway and streams, and fruitless scenes sprinkled with green scenes and knolls. It is a wonderful location, which houses a few lovely castles, cloisters, gompas, and other verifiable structures. The Key Gompa is also a good place to visit.


Kaza is a famous vacationer place in the Lahaul and Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh. It is separated into two regions the old Kaza and the new Kaza, while the old kaza is called Kaza Khas and includes ruler's royal residence, cloisters, gompas, and old structures, the new Kaza is called Kaza Soma and houses government workplaces, lodgings and cafés. Sightseers from everywhere on over the world visit this staggering location to get a brief look at the delightful mountain territories and unblemished local people that additionally offer gutsy exercises, for example, journeying, mountaineering, and so on.

There are three most mainstream trails from Kaza that conects to the flawless towns around here, plunged in a rich common excellence of the Spiti Valley. Likewise, accessible here are some exceptionally old and wonderful cloisters and gompas that portray the way of life and custom of Kaza. One can undoubtedly arrive at this astounding spot from the Kinnaur Valley and Lahaul Valley. The course from Kinnaur Valley is generally suitable as it stays open consistently, while the Lahaul Valley course opens just throughout the late spring as the Kunzum Pass closes during winter.


Kaza can be best visited in summer as the winter is very extreme with the temperature plunging to below zero levels. Local people stay inside the limits of their homes and adventure out just in the event that it is completely important. They stock up the flexibly of their food that last them through the winters; local people additionally use their chance to create painstaking work that can be sold during traveler season for example summer. There are numerous inns and cafés at Kaza, so one can remain serenely and appreciate an occasion worth recollecting.

Kaza makes for an ideal base camp for all the trips and visits inside the valley and gives aides, doormen, and above all grants for journey.

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