The natural lake of Chandra taal is situated at about 14,000 ft above msl between a low ridge and about nine kms from the Kunzom pass. The lake lies in a broad grassy plain which in ancient times was a glacier. The lake is about a kilometre in length and half of it in breadth. Its circumambulation is five kms long. There is a brownish patch “Samundari Tapu” in the middle of the lake which a number of people have tried to reach but in vain. There is a story of a mermaid living in the glacial lake. This is also said that a shepherd from Hansa village in the Spiti valley fell in love with the fairy and spent some time with her under the water. Cranes and ducks abound in the lake. Read More…
KARDANG BODH TEMPLE
It is situated in the altitude of 3500 meters from sea level. It is situated on the bank of Bhaga River which is 5kms from Keylong. In earlier time a capital of Lahul.