Pin Valley National Park is a paradise for nature lovers and a haven for adventurists with the Pin Valley Park Trek. The Pin Valley park’s core zone is sprawled across a vast area of 675 sq km while its buffer zone is extended over almost 1150 sq km.The floral wealth of mesmerising Pin Valley Park is also exceptional which includes more than 400 plant species. About Pin Valley Park Trek. Settled in the midst of the chilly forsake area of Lahaul and Spiti region, Pin Valley National Park is a heaven for nature darlings. if you are trekking in or around Pin Valley, then you will have to avail permits for camping, and also ask the Forest Department where they allow camping.
Best time to visit in pin valley park trek
Conditions are generally cold and dry as the region has always been a cold desert. It receives heavy snowfall in winter, the rainfall being average. Best time to visit the park is from May to October.
Summer Route: open from July to October:
One can choose a road route or air route to reach Chandigarh to Shimla and Kullu, which is a distance of 272 km. From Kullu, you will have to reach Kaza via Manali through a bus, which will take you through Rohtang Pass and Kunzum Pass, which is another 260 km.
From Kaza, you will need to take a bus or jeep to reach Mikkim, which is 32 km. From Mikkim, you can take a walking route to cover the next 10 km and reach the park on foot.
Winter Route: open during the remaining months:
To cover this route, you will have to reach Shimla and head for Tapri via Bus. From Tapri, head to Kaza via bus. From Kaza, the Pin valley national park lies 32 km above and 10 km away, which will be covered on foot.
The nearest rail route can be found in Shimla and the nearest air support can be found in Kullu. At each of these spots, you will find ample local support to guide you on your way.