Kamru is situated at an altitude of approx. 2600m 2km from Sangla. Kamru Fort is an attraction worth visiting. There is an image of Lord Buddha at the entrance of Kamru Fort. The wood work and the architecture of the fort are worth admiring. There are lots of interesting myths attached to this place and the scenic views of the Baspa valley from its vicinity are nice...
The Kamru Fort is situated at an altitude of 2600 m above the sea level at 229 km from Shimla and 2 km from the Sangla Valley.
Sangla, roughly 1 kilometer or hop a ride to the base of the village. Kamru is a dense cluster of houses and is surrounded by fields and orchards. Incidentally, some of the finest apples of HP come from here
The Kamru Fort is situated at an altitude of 2600 m above the sea level at 229 km from Shimla and 2 km from the Sangla Valley. It is located in the picturesque location of the Sangla Valley and is entered through a series of gates. At the main gate of this fort is a large image of Lord Buddha that welcomes you. There is also a wooden balcony at the top of this fort along with an idol of Kamakhya Devi installed in its third floor.
This idol of Kamakhya Devi is said to have been brought from Guwahati. There is also a Badrinath Temple situated within the premises of this Kamru Fort that dates back to the 15th century. There is also a popular fair held in the place to honour the main deity of the temple. During this fair, the idol of the temple is taken to Gangotri, which is the origin of River Gange.