is a district of Himachal Pradesh. Spiti and Lahaul dissent in temperament Spiti could be a cold mountain-desert, barren and tough to cross. Lahaul is greener and more developed than Spiti. An author named Rudyard Kipling called Lahaul “A Place Where the Gods Live” and Spiti “A World within a World” many years ago, in his book ‘Kim’. Lahaul and Spiti are perfect locations for trekkers and nature lovers too. It’s a pleasant experience holidaying in Lahaul and Spiti unfolding the stunning valleys of these places. Lahaul Spiti Tour Packages offer a wonderful experience to all the tourists who visit these places. Best time to visit Lahaul and Spiti is the summerseason which starts in May and lasts till the month of October.
Kunzum Pass is one of the highest passes across the Kunzum range. It is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 4.590 m (15,059 ft) above the sea level. It connects Lahaul-Spiti valleys to the Kullu Valley. The view of the Bara Shigri glacier is the highlight of Kunzum La. Kunzum Pass is highly photogenic. Kunzum Devi is considered to be the goddess who protects people from visiting this pass. There is a temple dedicated to Kunzum Devi in this pass.
This lake is in the shape of a crescent moon that is why it’s called Chandratal. It is one of the famous and much-loved treks in Lahaul-Spiti. It is at an altitude of 4300 meters above the sea level, It is positioned on Samudra Tapu plateau, overlooking river Chandra. There are many camping tents near Lake Chandratal.
It is also known as Ki Gompa. This monastery was founded in the 11th century. It is a huge Buddhist monastery located in Lahaul-Spiti. It is at an altitude of 4166 meters above sea level. This monastery has many rooms that are locked. Kutungh is a bedroom for the Dalai Lama, that is kept locked in his absence. Kye Monastery is the embodiment of peace and tranquility.
It is 45 minutes from Dhankar village. It is at an altitude of 4136 meters above sea level. Dhankar Lake exhibits a captivating parade of colors. During summers the water from this lake evaporates. The lakebed is used as a grazing ground for the sheep. The view from this lake to Manirang Peak trek is simply astounding.
This Pass emerges out of the green valleys of Kullu. At right angles to a corridor. The corridor acts as a balcony from where you can enjoy the view of the world below. Therefore it is considered exclusive and incredible. It is at an altitude of 4270 meters above sea level. Hamta Pass is a gateway to Chandratal Lake. This pass is visited by the shepherds of lower valleys to seek high altitude grasslands in the summer.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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