Pangi Valley is a very beautiful place in Himachal Pradesh. You only connected with Valley via roads. And the second option is you can reach them by helicopter but the helicopter is not available at all times it is sometimes available during the spring or winter season.
The valley is closed for tourists for most of the year due to heavy snowfall and the dangers of avalanches.
Pangi is a tehsil of Chamba in Himachal Pradesh. This valley is not a developed area. It is a rugged and poorly developed tribal area.
The Pangi of the Chamba district is a calm, quiet area inhabited by tribal folk. Pangi tehsil covers about 1,601 square kilometers and it has 16 panchayats and 54 inhabited villages.
With recent improvements to the roads, the villagers have started to grow cash crops such as pears, apples, and other fruit.
Rangwala and Bhoti people mostly live in this valley and the population of Hindus is not more like Pangwala and Bhoti.
Our Indian government and the people of this valley doing hard work for making this area good for tourists and trekkers
The road of the Pangi valley is very faint-hearted people can’t go there. If you are a strong-hearted and adventurous soul person then you must go there.
If you come to Pangi then you realize you come from Heaven of the earth and if you are a nature lover then you like this place very much.
Pangi valley is a less populated valley. It is truly a hidden gem in Himachal Pradesh. it is still safe from the eyes of hungry tourists.
Because it is not a very popular place that’s why this place is very neat and clean. The fresh air fills the lungs and washes away all the tiredness!
How to reach Pangi valley From Delhi
By Rail: The nearest railway station is at Pathankot (Punjab). So, it is the nearest railway station to Pangi valley. If you come to Pathankot for going to Pangi then you board a bus from the Pathankot bus stand for Chamba and you hire a taxi from Chamba to Pangi valley.
By Air: Gaggal airport is the nearest airport to Pangi.