Category:Bara-lacha La

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Bara-lacha La, also known as Bara-lacha Pass or Bārā Lācha La, (el. 4,890 m (16,040 ft)) is a high mountain pass in Zanskar range, connecting Lahaul (Lahul and Spiti) district in Himachal Pradesh to Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir, situated along the Leh-Manali highway. In Rudyard Kipling's novel Kim, there is a reference to Bara-lacha la pass the source of the Suraj Tal having been used by Kim's Lama to enter India from Tibet. A trekking route leads from Bara-lacha la to Chandra Taal, situated by the bank of Chandra River in the Spiti District. 32°44′0″N 77°26′0″E / 32.733333°N 77.433333°E / 32.733333; 77.433333

Bara-lacha la 
mountain pass
Instance of mountain pass
Location Lahaul and Spiti district, India
Mountain range
Elevation above sea level
  • 4,890 ±1 metre
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32° 45′ 25.92″ N, 77° 24′ 51.84″ E

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