Sangla is a scenic small hill-town and a village in the Baspa Valley, also referred to as the Sangla valley, in the Kinnaur District of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, close to the Tibetan border. The valley is surrounded by richly forested slopes and offers delightful views of the high mountains notably the Kinnaur Kailash group of peaks. The 300MW Baspa hydro project is built at the base of the river valley.
The best time to visit the beautiful Sangla Valley is in the months between April and May and again in September and October. All these months are good for camping.
Sangla is connected to the rest of the world by a connecting road that branches off from the National Highway 5 at Karcham. The state-owned road transport corporation (HRTC) buses and some private buses run on NH5 and Sangla-Chitkul connecting road. One can get a bus to Sangla from Delhi, Chandigarh, Shimla, Rampur Bushahr, and Reckong Peo.
Nearest Railway Station
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