Baralacha La is also known as Bara-lacha la , Bara-lacha Pass is a a mountain pass in the Zanskar Range connecting Lahaul to Ladakh. It is situated at an altitude of 4833 m.
About Baralacha La Pass
Baralacha La pass acts as a beautiful natural divide between the Bhaga and Yunam rivers. Bhaga river, a tributary of the Chandrabhaga or Chenab river, originates from Surya taal lake, which is situated a few of kilometers from the pass towards Manali. According to Rudyard Kipling's novel, Kim's Lama used the Bara-lacha la pas the source of the Suraj Tal, to enter India from Tibet.
This pass is also famous for origination point of many trekking expedition. It also provide the breathtaking views of the mountains all around.