Tandi (2673m) : This is the place, 6 km away from Keylong. The hamlet of Tandi is situated at the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers, which merge to form the Chandra-Bhaga or Chenab River. The roads from Tandi lead to Keylong, Udaipur and Koksar. There are many villages near Tandi which offer excellent opportunities for learning about the unique cultural setting of the Lahaul Valley.
Trilokinath (2760 m) : It is a place worshiped by both the Buddhists and the Hindus. Hindus worship the deity in the temple, situated at a distance of 53 km. from Keylong, as that of Shiv and the Buddhist as that of Avalokiteshwar.
Udaipur (2650 m) : 53 km from Keylong, home of the Mrikula Devi Temple, which is famous for wood carvings. This sub-divisional headquaters is situated at the junction of the mighty Mayar nullah with the main river Chandrabhaga. earlier this village was known as Margul or Markul. Around 1695 it was renamed Udaipur when Raja Udai Singh of Chamba (1690-1728) raised it to the status of a district centre in the Chamba-Lahaul which his father Chatter Singh had annexed to his Chamba state. Buddhists worship it as 'DorjePhang Ma'.
Bara Lacha La (4890 m) : This pass which is cross roads on the summit is 75 km from Keylong. It is on Manali-Leh road. It is also the watershed for the Chandra Bhaga and Yunam Rivers.
Suraj Tal (4800 m ) : This beautiful lake is the source for Bhaga river. It is 75 km from Keylong.
Chandra Tal (4590 m) : Only 6 km from Kunzam Pass, it is a wide lake and pours water on river Chandra.
Kunzam La (4590 m) : This Pass connects Lahaul with Spiti.