Garbyang is a village in the Dharchula tehsil of Pithoragarh district in Uttarakhand, India. It's located at an altitude of 3350 meters and is 65 km away from the sub-district headquarter Dharchula.
Garbyang was once a thriving village on the Indo-Tibetan trade route. It was known for its beautiful houses with ornate woodwork and its prosperous economy. However, the village lost much of its glory after the closure of the Indo-Tibetan border following the Sino-Indian War of 1962. The British Raj called it "Mini Europe".