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These are the 5 Best Places to Visit in Kinnaur

Reckong Peo

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Reckong Peo also known as Peo is the headquarters of Kinnaur district. Located at a distance of 260 km from Shimla and at an altitude of 2,300 meters, this town is famous for its apples. Kinnauri people inhabit it and it has a diverse culture even in today’s modern era. Some other major attractions include stately cedars, apple orchards and deodar trees. You can see two of the greatest wonders of the Himalayas, i.e. Mount Kailash and the Shivalinga Rock, from Reckong Peo.

Reckong Peo was born on 1st May 1960 and was known as Kinnaura earlier, according to history. The Guge Kingdom of Tibet ruled the district between the 9th and 12th century. The rule divided the district into seven parts, collectively known as Sat Khund. Akbar conquered the district, and it became a part of the Mughal Empire. Chini Tehsil became known as this district after the end of the Mughal Empire.


Nako Lake and Nako Village Himachal Pradesh

Located at the height of 3,600 metres above the sea level, Nako is a mesmerising and picturesque village that is full of eye capturing surroundings and is the most significant village situated in the Kinnaur district of the Himachal Pradesh. This village situates at the eastern end of Kinnaur district.While traveling to Malling Nala, Nako village falls on the way.

The greenery of nature surrounds this beautiful village, rightly known as the ‘Land of the Fairytales,’ and it is home to many rare species. The village also offers the visitors with multiple sightseeing options such as the famous Nako Lake, Buddhist Temples and Rakham amongst others. Saint Padmasambhava, believed to have meditated at the spot for many years, left footprints near the lake.



Ribba also known as ‘rirang’ gets its name by adding ri, which means chilgoza, which is one of the greatest specialty of Kinnaur and rang, which means mountain peak. The area is famous for its grape orchards and grape distilled alcohols and the innumerable trees with edible pines.

Trekking in Kinnaur

Group tourists with Backpacks descends down on Mountain Trail during Hike.

There are basically about 9 trekking routes that fall in the region. 1. Bhabha- Pin valley (4 days trip) 2. Kinner Kailash Parikarma (3 days trip) 3. Sangla to Dodra Kawar (3 days) 4.

Sangla to Dhamwari (5 days) 5. Again Sangla to Barang (1 day) 6. Tappri to Chhitkul (5 days) 7. Tapri to Kalpa (3 days) 8. Reckong peo to Nako (6 days) 9. Chhitkul to Gangotri (5 days, special permission requires for this route).


baspa river

The spectacular apricot orchard and million other spectacular things generally define the beauty of Moorang. One can simply relax on the old fort built by the Pandavas on the banks of the Satluj river as the cool breeze caress the soul or head to Lipa- Asrang sanctuary which is spread across 40 Km of area inhabiting Brown bear, Musk deer, Himalayan black beer and many more.

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