It was last year when I went to Maharashtra from Himachal Pradesh on December 6, 2018. This is the first time that I left the Himalayas for so long. I used to trek everyday in Maharashtra, roaming around Sahyadri mountain ranges, but every moment I missed the Himalayas.

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And finally, in this May, I got an opportunity to return home. This time I did not go to my home better to walk in other places in Himachal Pradesh. From Delhi, I took the Ordinary bus to Himachal Pradesh, who departed me to Rampur. The bus took 16 hours to reach Delhi from Rampur. The next day I took the bus to Chhikkul from Rampur, which dropped me in six hours, and in this way, it took 22 hours to reach Chhikkul from Delhi.

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Chitkul village is the last village on the Indo-Tibet border. This village is situated on the bank of the river "Baspa" and has a population of 800 people. Chhitkul is situated at an altitude of 3400 meters above sea level. There is a very beautiful 360 degree view. If the visitors wish, they can also go to the last check post on the Indo-Tibet border, but for this, they will have to get an inner permit from Reckongpeo.

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Chitkul village in India is famous for its beauty as well as its potato. The potatoes here are mostly exported abroad. There is a school in the village which is up to the eighth grade, students have to go to Rampur to read further from eighth. In the case of trekking, there is a very amazing routes, this place is already located at an altitude of 3400 meters, after a few attempts trekkers reach a height of 5000 meters. From here, Charang La (5300 meters), Lamakhanga pass (5380 meters), Rupin Pass (5100 meters), Borasu Pass (5450 meters) etc. Mountain passes can be coverd. From here, a Rangrik Rang peak can also be summit, which is 6553 meters high.

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In Chhitkul village, I visited the Mother Goddess Temple, visited Buddha Temple, Baspa River, Sangla Valley, Kamru Fort and Trout Fish Farm.

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I stayed in Chhitkul and Sangla Valley for about 8 days, and in these eight days I spent 5000 Indian rupees (Almost $72 US dollers).

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