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Chandra Taal, commonly referred to as Chandratal and literally meaning as the “Moon Lake”; is a high altitude lake located in Lahaul & Spiti region of Himachal Pradesh. At an altitude of 4,300 meters, this lake is the source of Chandra River and its name “Chandra” is believed to be derived from its moon like shape. Though smaller than some of the famous high altitude lakes like Pangong and Moriri, Chandratal is no less beautiful and a night in the camps at its banks is one of the key highlights of a journey to Spiti valley. I visited Spiti for the first time a couple of years ago and was completely enthralled by the natural beauty of Chandratal. Mostly this lake becomes a part of Spiti valley itinerary however a lot of people travel to just visit Chandratal and camp here. In this article, I will provide information on how you can plan a trip to Chandratal; from the aspects of both including it in your Spiti travel plan and just visiting Chandratal.
How to Reach Chandratal Lake From Manali
The distance from Manali to Chandratal is not really that great, just 124 kilometers which leads some people to believe that they can make this a quick trip. Make no mistake however, this small distance can easily take you 7-8 hours to complete. You need to consider in the fact that these 124 kilometers include first a steep ascent to Rohtang Pass, then the slush and traffic towards Rohtang top, then a nightmarish journey on Gramphoo Batal stretch, then another ascent towards Kunzum Pass top and finally a 14 kilometers drive on a dirt road that is barely wide enough for one car.