(Last Updated on : 18/03/2019)
Sinla Pass is a high Himalayan mountain pass located in the eastern Kumaon
in Pithoragarh District
. This pass connects Bidang in Darma Valley to Jolingkong Lake in the Kuthi Yankti Valley. This pass was the part of ancient trade route of Bhutia Tribe
Location of Sinla Pass
The Sinla Pass is bounded by Tibet in the north and Nepal in the east. It is an high altitude mountain passes in the Indian Himalayan region
and located at an elevation of 5,495 meters.
Route to Sinla Pass
The route to Sinla Pass is under a heavy blanket of snow all year round. It is steep on both the sides and rocky. From here one can constantly see the Chota Kailash or the Adi Kailash Peak. The trek
route of Sinla Pass goes through lush green fields, remote villages
and virgin forests
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