Nako is a town in the Himalayas of northern India, situated close to the Indo-China fringe in the Trans-Himalayan locale of Kinnaur area in Himachal Pradesh. Nako Lake is an unmistakable element here where it outskirts the town. Nako is the biggest town at a height of 3,625 meters 11,893 ft 3,662 meters 12,014 ft is likewise mentioned in the Hangrang Valley with the scenery of Reo Purgyal which has a rise of 6,816 meters 22,362 ft and is the most noteworthy mountain in Himachal Pradesh. The town is presently on a more steady area close to the Nako Lake shaped by the inclines of the mountains of Reo Purgyal, contrasted with the contrary bank over the Nako stream where it was found before and after that moved in light of structural upliftment of the site. Starting at 2002, the town had a populace of 416.