Spiti Valley Hike and Bike Adventure
The term “Spiti” means, the middle land or the land between Tibet and India. This high altitude desert valley in the Trans-Himalayas is one of the most stunning, graphic, rustic and lesser known regions in the Himalayas. The road to Spiti meanders alongside the Sutlej river that then becomes the river Spiti.
The 450 KM cycling and hiking adventure into Spiti is packed with unique cultural influences and natural diversity that permeates from each of the valleys of Kinnaur, Spiti and Lahaul makes for a the ideal cycling journey. It’s not too fast that you miss out on soaking in the regions diversity and not too slow that you are left with very little time to cover the region. Ready yourself to be smitten by the regions culture, natural diversity, heritage, people and their way of life.
On the Unventured Spiti cycling tour you’ll wake up in a temple, stay in a campsite surrounded by a pine forest, endure the rough terrain, walk through quaint alleys of villages, mingle with the locals, trek in a national park looking for wildlife, visit some of the oldest monasteries in the world, go hunting for fossils, send out post cards to loved one’s from the highest post office in the world, sit by a bonfire and relive the days ride, watch a documentary on the Spiti region, stay with the locals and hike up to a pristine lake . We’ve packed the right mix of cycling, leisure, cultural insight, gastronomical adventures, rejuvenation and local exploration for you to soak-in so you go back home felling like “truly travelled” through Spiti.
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