Shimla-Kaza Riding Trek

This ride starts from Shimla and ends at Kaza in the Spiti Valley. It is apt for most times of the year when the high Rohtang and Kunzum La are closed due to snow.
The Spiti Valley is a desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya Mountains in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name “Spiti” means “The Middle Land”, because it is surrounded by mountain ranges on all sides. The valley can be reached from two sides one through Shimla and other one through Manali which takes you through two high passes Kunzum La and Rohtang.


This route is from Shimla, Experience the Buddhist Culture on the way. Tabo Monastery , a world heritage site, unlike any other monastery is just off the main road on flat ground. Dhankar Monastery which was once the fort of the Spiti rulers also lies enroute. Ancient Ki Monastery is also known for its exhaustive library of scrolls and religious scriptures lies close to Kaza.
Day 1: Shimla – Theog(27kms)
Day 2: Theog – Narkanda(33kms)
Day 3: Narkanda – Rampur(68kms)
Day 4: Rampur – Wangtu(55kms)
Day 5: Wangtu – ReckongPeo(45kms)
Day 6: ReckongPeo – Puh(62kms)
Day 7: Puh – NakoLake(38kms)
Day 8: Nako Lake – Tabo(62kms)
Day 9: Tabo – Kaza(47kms)

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