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“Beautiful Place!!!”
Review of Chhitkul

Reviewed 10 August 2014

Last village on India Border, the road to this village is adventurous. The beauty of the place memories forever and a good place to trek ahead.

Thank tryambakam
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Reviewed 6 August 2014

This place is about 18 kms from sangala and is far from traffic congested cities. The only option to visit this place is if you are traveling by your own vehicle. The road condition is not good but once u will reach the place you will forget everything. I will suggest to visit this place only if u have a sound vehicle or a 4X4. The scenic beauty is worth watching.This place is beyond everything.The place is a small remote village unknown to people and is the last village of India. I traveled in April and there was not even a single tourist. A must must place to visit if you love nature.No need to worry if you are planning to stay overnight as there are few guests houses .
The route i followed to reach the place was : Shimla > Rampur>Jeori>Sarahan(Night stay )>Jeori>Wangtu>Tapri>Karcham>Sangala(Night Stay)>Chitkul.
The only thing to worry is the road condition from wangtu , but it is worth traveling once you will reach the place.

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Reviewed 24 June 2014

Heavenly is an understatement for the place. Serene, relaxed, pure fresh air that you can feel your lungs. People are laidback, you dont get noticed or thronged for being a tourist even though the village only has a hundred odd population. Infact the sparse population is the positive side. You can take a relaxed cool walk towards the river, walking past the flower fields and a village school. The experience is indescribable by words. We just dint want to come back to the busy concrete jungle of Bangalore. Though the river's current is too high for you to get into, you can walk down sit by the river and enjoy the cool breeze.
In a line, you would miss heaven if you arent going here.

1  Thank Murali_mk
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Reviewed 24 June 2014

Chhittkul is a must visit place for all nature lovers. It has stunning views . Its like sittìng in heaven when we sit beside the flowing river & listen to the sound of flowing waters. We can eat at Damroo's dhaba named " the great hindustani dhaba " . Nice tasty food at reasonable price. 3-4 guest houses have also sprung up. Mostly couples seen there were honeymooners, enjoying it.

Thank 952KayDee333
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Reviewed 20 June 2014 via mobile

We reached chhitkul by crossing charang la pass (5266mts). Its serene, tranquil and overflowing with endless beauty. Surrounded by the snow clad peaks, chhitkul is literally a trekkers delight. Here are some cosy hotels, and connected with motorable road with Reckong Peo,Shimla, Chandigarh etc.

Thank suvrakanti
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