Pin Valley National Park
About Pin Valley National Park
Pin Valley a National Park is situated in the landscape district of Spiti, Himachal Pradesh India.
The cool desert invades the recreation center in the Spiti Valley of Lahul and Spiti locale of the state.
In the year 1987, it achieved the status of a National Park which is the habitation of different imperiled creatures like the Snow Leopard and the Siberian Ibex.
The recreation center serves as the fringe between the Lahul and Spiti locale of the state.
It spreads over a huge territory of south Dhankar with a height of around 3,500 meters close to the Dogri area and very nearly 6,000 meters at its most noteworthy district.
The recreation center is secured by high, cedar and a few restoratively essential trees in the locale. Also, this is because of the shifted climatic condition in the locale.
Blooms bloom in the season of summer adding hues to the valley and a few creatures and uncommon types of the birdlike the Himalayan Snowcock, Chukar, Snow Partridge and the Tibet Snow Finch help in as well.
DhankarGompa, an area with high restorative worth as a lot of herbs known to help against Lungs and Heart ailments.
It was set up somewhere in the range of 1000 years back and has endured a lot of ups and downs beginning from being the capital of Spiti and after that of Jail. It is arranged at a rise of around 3870 m and is removed 23km from Tabo.
Toba Gompa, the biggest religious community of Buddhism is situated at a rise of 3500 m and is removed 48km from the Pin Valley National Park.
It was built by Rinchen Zangpo and in a matter of seconds the living arrangement of Dalai Lama.
Structural engineering from the tenth to sixteenth-century like the stucco pictures, the nine sanctuaries and the divider works of art attacks the spot.