Fellow travelers, today, I’m going to share my experience of riding to the ‘Hindustan Ka Aakhari Dhaba’. I, along with three favorite people of mine, decided to ride our way to Chitkul in the month of February. I hope my writing comes handy when you plan your bike trip to Chitkul. Chitkul, the last inhabited hamlet, is located at 11,318 feet above sea level in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. It is hardly some kilometers to Indo-Tibetian border and you can even go say ‘Hi’ to our Jawans at the last check-post. It is mostly covered in snow in the winters and even the locals move to lower areas at this time. People are really friendly (almost everywhere if you have the right attitude) and the cuisine is very Himachali with a pinch of Tibetan spices! So, how do you reach Chitkul and back to Delhi/Chandigarh? There are many ways you can go up there; by your own vehicle, bus and train/flight to the nearest town. I’ll assume the starting point as Delhi and Chandigarh for the information below because they are well connected with major flights.