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Spiti

Spiti, lying in the rain shadow area of rugged mountain ranges of Zaskar, is a high altitude cold desert dotted with numerous monasteries. The Spiti valley is locked between the Zaskar and the Great Himalayan ranges – the tallest ranges of Himachal. The deep gorges carved out by the snow–fed streams add charm to Spiti’s stark splendour.

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Accessibility: 

By Air :
Kullu and Shimla are two closeby airports that are well connected to other parts of India.

By Rail
The nearest railheads from Lahaul & Spiti lie at Shimla and Pathankot.

By Road
Manali is well connected by road to all part of the country. From Manali, buses and taxis are available to reach anywhere in the Lahaul and Spiti valley between May to October on the basis of opening and closing of the Rohtang Pass, the entranceway to the valley.

Some important distances from Keylong are Kullu - 158 km, Manali - 118 km, Pathankot - 436 km, Jogindernagar - 284 km, Rahla - 102 km, Rohtang - 67 km, Khoksar- 46 kms, Gondhla-18 kms, Udaipur- 48 kms.

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