Traveling to Spiti Valley

Reaching Spiti Valley

“Spiti Valley is the land defined as God’s abode”, this place is as unique and spectacular as it’s name. The wonderland is so beautiful that we decided to dedicate a segment to it on our blog.

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That is just a glimpse of the wonderland, Untraveled Routes will soon be sharing more pictures and all the required travel details 🙂

We, as in me, Ashish (my soulmate) with our 11 months old little love in tow did an epic road trip to Spiti Valley in April 2016. We covered the region in 10 – 11 days by our i10 🙂 and Ashish did the heroic task of driving throughout. I will be gradually sharing all the details right here in this section.

The only way to witness the beauty of this place is by road.The transcendent roads are something you would have never seen or experienced before. These roads are touted as one of the most treacherous and dangerous in the world. The NH 22 will drive you insane for lot of reasons but you’ll love the adrenaline rush and thrill.

There are two main ways to reach – https://untraveledroutes.wordpress.com/transcendent-spiti/

Kindly continue reading on the mentioned link…. Cheers

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Categories: Adventure, Himachal, Manali, Shimla, Spiti Valley, Travel Experience | Tags: , , | 6 Comments

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6 thoughts on “Traveling to Spiti Valley

  1. It is indeed very beautiful and serene..it must gave been quite a memorable journey 🙂

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  3. Reblogged this on PenneyVanderbilt.

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  4. Pingback: The road that leads to Spiti Valley (I) | Untraveled Routes

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