State: Himachal Pradesh
Distance From Bareilly: 809 Km.
Min Temp: -6.34℃
Max Temp: 3.7℃
Weather: FOGGY OVERNIGHT AND IN THE EVENING.
Altitude : 3425 Meters
Chitkul is a village located in the Baspa Valley in Himachal Pradesh. It is a frontier village and the last settlement before the Indo-Tibetan border. It is also the last northward point in India that one can travel to without a permit. Chitkul is known for growing some of the finest quality peas and potatoes in India.
It is religiously important as it is considered the last point in the Kinner Kailash Parikrama .
The town of Sangla is the nearest tourist destination. People travelling to Chitkul usually stay at Sangla and plan a day trip to Chitkul as accommodation in the village is neither in plenty nor cheap, compared to Sangla. It is suggested that those travelling to Chitkul, carry adequate money and fuel, as neither ATMs nor petrol pumps are found along the 28 km route from Sangla to Chitkul.
Best time to visit
May and October.
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