Tosh village is in Himachal Pradesh territory of India. It is situated at around 2,400 meters in rise on a slope close Kasol in the Parvati Valley, encompassed by mountains. Alongside the town is the Tosh River, which starts at the Tosh Glacier inside Tosh Valley, which is a feeder valley for the Parvati Valley. The pinnacles encompassing the ice sheet incorporate Papasura, White Sail, Angduri, Pinnacle, and Devachan.
In the knolls and valleys around Tosh are Himalayan blue poppies, irises, bog marigolds, primulas, buttercups, and Himalayan resin blooms. Winged creatures in the zone incorporate lamagiers, bull finches, rose finches, Himalayan griffons, white-topped water begins, and darker scoops. Himalayan dark colored and mountain bears are every so often observed.