the long Manali -Leh road and providing a
route across the Baralacha range is the famous Baralacha Pass. The
Baralacha Pass is a unique pass situated at a spectacular 16,400 ft above
sea level. The pass itself is 8-km long, and is literally the pass "where
many roads meet".
Here, routes from Zanskar, Ladakh and Lahaul meet, which have for centuries been used by ancient travelers and crossed in all directions. The two great rivers of Lahaul, the Chandra and the Bhaga, also arise from the huge snowfields on opposite sides of the pass.
Cotton in summer and woollen in winter.