the largest and the most beautiful village of Sangla is also Tehsil Headquarter 18 km from Karchham. A link road that goes off the National Highway No. 22 in to the Sangla or Baspa valley offers an glorious vista at every curve. The valley opens up beyond Sangla and is full of wooded slopes as far as Chitkul the last inhabited village in the valley of Sangla surrounded by green fields and high mountains.
Kamru village situated at a distance of 2 km from Sangla at the height of 2800 meters offer a panoramic view of fertile land of Sangla valley and high rise mountains. Kamru has a double storey temple which is dedicated to Badri Nath and a Budhist Gompa. There is another ancient temple dedicated to Bhimakali The Kinner Kailash peak (6050 meters) dominates the view.
Kothi: At a distance of 3 km from Rechong Peo, Kothi has a temple dedicated to the Goddess Chandika Devi. Set against a backdrop of mountains and groves of deodar, the temple has a special architectural style and fine sculpture.
Kalpa: At a distance of 14 km from Powari is Kalpa, the main village of the district. It is at an altitude of 2768 meters. Across the river, facing Kalpa, is the majestic spectacle of the Kinner Kailash range
Riba: Riba is at a distance of 18 km from Powari and is known for its vineyards and local wine "Angoori' made from grapes. It is at an altitude of 2745 meters above sea level. About 26 km from Powari is Jhangi, where the inner border is located.
Bhaba Valley:It is a fascinating valley along the Bhaba river. The link road to this place originates from Wangtu. With beautiful landscapes and scenic beauty, the alpine meadows and the reservoir lake form the best places for avid trekkers.
Nichar (2150 m): about 50 Km away from Rampur, a beautiful and serene resting – place amidst thick forest recognized for wild life. There is a temple here known for its carvings.
HOW TO GET THERE
By air: Nearest airport is Jubbar Hatti ( from Shimla to Kalpa ) 244 km.
By rail: The nearest narrow gauge railway station is at Shimla 250 km. ( approx.)
By road: Almost each and every part of the state is linked by roads. The Himachal Road Transport Corporation is running its buses covering the whole state.