Keylong is the organizational centre of the Lahaul and Spiti district in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh,which is at located at a distance of 126 km to the north of Manali and 120 km from the Indo-Tibetan border. Keylong is situated along the Manali-Leh Highway, to the north-east of connection of the Chandra, Bhaga, and the Chenab Valley. It faces the famous Kardang Monastery which is one of the the largest and most significant monastery in Lahaul, of the Drukpa sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Lahaul festival is celebrated in the month of July with a big, busy market and large number of enriching activities that's why Keylonjg is famous for sachu attractions.Keylong More Details
Baralacha la is called as Bara-lacha Pass or Bara Lacha La, with an elevation of 16,040 ft. Baralacha la is a high mountain pass in Zanskar range as well as sachu attractions which connects Lahaul district in the state Himachal Pradesh to Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir, located nearby the Leh-Manali highway. Baralacha la means peak with crossing roads from Spiti, Ladakh, Zanskar and Lahaul that meets here but in the early times it was part of a trading route. The Bhaga river which is a tributary of the Chenab river that originates from Surya taal lake, and it is positioned just a kilometers from the pass towards Manali. The other most important branch of the Chandrabhaga is the Chandra which also originates from glacier in this area. The pass also acts as a water-divide between the Bhaga river and the Yunam river.
Taglang La is a high mountain pass and one of the well known sachu attractions in Ladakh region which is situated at a height of 17480ft in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The height in metres, which is taken from a local sign, is in agreement with SRTM data. The sign incorrectly claims 17582 feet, which would be 5359 metres, and incorrectly claims the world's second highest motorable pass. Taglang La cab be reached via 21 Gata loops along the Leh-Manali Highway. There are higher motorable passes at Kaksang La, Chang La, Khardung La and a number of more locations in Tibet.
Morey plains is crossed by the road from Leh to Manali. This extend of 40 km falls in between Leh and Sarchu on Manali-Leh Highway. It has an altitude of 4000 metres and is covered by mountain ranges on both sides. Morey plains starts after covering around 4 km climbing road from Pang towards Tanglang La pass. The road is typically on the plain for around 30–35 km, before it again starts to increase to Tanglang La. Morey Plains are bounded by picturesque mountains on both sides, and it is the most beautiful Sarchu attractions to the Bikers who are heading towards Leh from Manali. This is region in Sarchu which is not enough good to live there and has no structure at all, and also less population.