(Last Updated on : 09/03/2019)
The high mountain
pass of the Lungalacha La is situated at an altitude of 5, 059 m above sea level along the Leh
- Manali Highway
. The pass is around 54 km away from Sarchu and 24 km from Pang. Lachulung La is on the border of Himachal Pradesh
and Jammu and Kashmir
and also, it separates the valleys of Tsarap Chu and Tozay.
This mountain pass is considered to be one of the easier passes that can be travelled easily by moving along the nala on both sides. However, due to elevation, the adventure
enthusiasts may face high altitude sickness if they have not undergone acclimatization.
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