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Lahaul & Spiti

LAHAUL & SPITI

Population:
31,528
Average Climate:
Summer: 15° C – 30° C
Winter: 3° C – 12° C
Best time to visit:
May to September
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About Lahaul & Spiti

The two valleys of Lahaul and Spiti are at a height of 3000 – 4800 metres lie across Rohtang Pass. Both valleys are cut off from rest of the world, for much of the year due to snow fall. The valley is situated in rain shadow area, north of the Pir Panjal ranges. It is surrounded by Jammu & Kashmir in the north, Kullu in the south and by Chamba in the west. The valley of Lahoul is situated to the south of Ladakh. For this reason this place derived its name 'Lho-Yul' meaning 'Southern Country'. The valleys. mountains, glaciers, rivers, forests, and ancient buildings of the former ruling dynasty are the main attractions. 

Tourist Attractions

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Tabo Monasterys

s Tabo Monastery is one of the well known and most visited monasteries in Spiti and is also known as the ‘Ajanta of the Himalayas'. It is located at an altitude of 3050 m with arid and rocky landscape and is about 45 km from the town of Kaza. This ancient monastery has many Buddhist documents and scriptures, along with Buddhist statues and paintings. It is surrounded by a mud brick wall and has 9 temples.

Kunzum Passs

Gondlas

Darchas