Sangla Valley

An Overview

Sangla Valley is a world-renowned valley in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh . Trekatribe is organizing a Road-Trek-Camping Trip to Sangla Valley. Experience a quiet holiday amidst snow-capped mountains. This 3Nights/4Days trip includes a short trek of Sangla Kanda lake (3,566 m), which is ideal to include a bit of exercise and adventure to your holiday. It is an easy trek and it would just take you 3-4 hours to reach this magical lake from Sangla.

The trail starts from crossing the Baspa river over the wooden bridge towards the Rukti valley and the peaceful Rukti stream. There you will pass through a rich forest of blue pine and deodar. After reaching Sangla Kanda you will witness a panoramic view of Kinner Kailash range with Raldang's sharp spire view. Next day, visit the 'Last village of India' i.e. Chitkul (3,450 m). It is a beautiful village where Indian road ends.


Shimla-Rakcham-Sangla Kanda-Chitkul- Shimla


3,566 m

Trek Length

8 km (one-way)


3 Nights/ 4 Days

Difficulty Level

Easy to Moderate

Best Season

Mid-April to Mid-October

Short Itinerary

Day 1
Morning drive to Rakcham (3115 m) from Shimla (8 hours). Camping & Dinner at Rakcham.
Day 2
After Breakfast morning drive to Sangla (12 m). Commencement of trek towards Sangla Kanda with lunch en route (3-4 hours). Dinner and camping near the lake under billion stars.
Day 3
After Breakfast descend back to Sangla and drive 25 km to Chitkul (3450 m). Explore the last village of Baspa valley with Dinner and Camping at Chitkul.
Day 4
After breakfast drive back to Shimla to part ways to meet soon for another adventure.

Heavy Group Discounts Available.

Accommodation, activities, and meals included in the trip. Contact us for Detailed Itinerary. We can customize the Itinerary according to Your needs. The number of Days and sightseeing to Kalpa, Nako, Shimla, Kalpa, Sangla, Chitkul, Kinner Kailash, Yulla Kanda etc. and other nearby places can be added to the trek at an additional cost. Sightseeing to these places can be arranged depending on the road conditions during that time.