(Last Updated on : 04-04-2019)
Kuthi Valley is a Himalayan
valley situated in the Pithoragarh District
. This valley is located in the eastern part of Uttarakhand. The valley is situated north-west to south-east direction. Kuthi valley is the last valley before Tibet. This valley is mainly dominated by Bhutia tribes
Kuthi Valley is a river valley formed by River Kuthi, which is the easternmost river
. Kuthi River emerges from slopes near Wilsha and passes Lake Jolingkong at an altitude of 4,630 m, to Kuthi village
. Kuthi River flowing north to south merges with Kali River
near Gunji village.
Mountain Passes on Kuthi Valley
High Himalayan passes of Mangsha Dhura (5,490 m) and Lampiya Dhura (5,530 m) are situated in Kuthi valley. Shinla pass
and Nama pass
joins Darma Valley
to Kuthi valley. Jolingkong and Parvati are main alpine lakes
and Baba Kailash (6,191 m) is the main Himalayan peak
of the valley.
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