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Sinla Pass connects Darma valley and Kuthi Yankti valley. Sin La, in ancient times was used as a trade route by the Bhotiyas and it remains covered in snow throughout the year.
Challenging Hike in Sinla Pass Trek
Sinla Pass Trek is amongst the moderate to challenging treks in the Kumaon Himalayan region, offers grand views of Adi Kailash Peak which stands high at an elevation of 6,191 m.
Sinla pass attracts trekkers and mountaineers because of the scenic vistas and awe inspiring adventure.Explore the Divinity in Sinla Pass Trek
The routes are exciting and gives exposure to the cultures and traditions of people living in Chaudans, Byans and Darma valleys. Pass through blooming meadows, small rivulets and some quaint villages. This all together is a delight for trekkers.
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There are three valleys -
1. Darma valley -
Darma valley is a Himalayan valley situated in the Pithoragarh District of Uttarakhand state of India. This valley is located in the eastern part of Uttarakhand at Kumaon division.
The Darma valley is formed by the Darma River (also called Darma Yankti and Darma Ganga). It is situated between two other valleys—Kuthi Yankti valley to the east and Lassar Yankti valley in the west. The Darma valley links with the Lassar valley by Gangachal Dhura and connects with Kuthi valley by Sinla pass and Nama pass.
The Darma River starts near Dawe village on the Sino-Indian border and flows southwards. At Tidang it joins the Lassar Yankti and is called Dhauliganga until it joins the river Kali at Tawaghat. Darma valley has rich flora including orchids. A rivulet called Nyuli Yangti that drains Panchachuli east glaciers flows into Dhauli Ganga at Dugtu-Dantu villages. Mandab river joins Dhauli at Sela.
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