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Map of the upper Kullu Valley

In addition to this map showing some of the trekking routes in the Kullu Valley (and part of the Parvati Valley), we have a map of Indian states plus a travel map of our journeys around India and a map of Himachal Pradesh. A legend & scale is included below.
map of the upper Kullu Valley and part of the Parvati Valley with towns, villages, rivers, mountain peaks and some trekking routes

NOTE: This map of the Kulu Valley is not exactly to scale, and is offered for reference purposes only. Roads and tracks have a funny way of changing their status in this area, so routes marked as 'tracks' on this map may have changed into strips of freshly laid blacktop, and what was fresh tarmac when we were last up it could have been reduced to potholes by the monsoon.

The Kullu Valley map has been compiled from a combination of personal experience and existing maps, including a couple of 'tourism' maps, and the most recent offcial Survey of India Map of the area (the "Trekking Route Map of Himachal Pradesh"), last updated in 1976.

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 Himachal Stats
 name means: snowy mountain
 location: North West, Himalayas
 capital: Shimla
 population: 6.08 mil (2001)
 area: 55,673 sq km (appr 25% bigger than Switzerland)
 population density: 110 persons per sq km
 urban: less than 10%
 languages: Hindi, Pahari (incl 60 dialects)
 religion: 95.9% Hindu, 1.7% Muslim, 1.2% Buddhist (1991)
 literacy rate: 76.5% (male 85.3%, fem 67.4%) (2001)
 gender ratio: 968 fem to 1000 male (2001)
 child (0-6 yrs) gender ratio: 896 fem to 1000 male (2001)
 number of districts: 12
 number of villages: 20,118 (2001)
 highest point: 6726m (mountain Gaya)
 climate: temperate
 main income: tourism, agriculture
 main season: May - September
 tourist places: Manali, McLeod Ganj, Shimla, Kasol, Dharamshala
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