MANALI TO LEH TREK
DAY 1 :
- Manali Ladakh Trekking
- Highest Altitude : 4,725 meters
- Distance from Manali to Tandi : 110 Kms
- Karu 345 km from Tandi and 30Kms before Leh
- Distance from Karu to Leh : 30kms
DAY 2 :
Delhi / Chandigarh / Manali
DAY 3 :
Manali - Sarchu
DAY 4 :
Sarchu / Leh
DAY 5 :
Leh / Pangong / Leh
DAY 6 :
Leh / Diskit Via Khardung La Top
DAY 7 :
Diskit / Leh
DAY 8 :
DAY 9 :
Leh / Delhi
Another road to Leh Ladakh begins in Manali in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The journey from Manali to Leh
can be more hectic and tiring as it goes through higher passes and the road is more labyrinthine. However, this ride from Manali to Leh can be the ride of your life. Manali to Leh Ride 473km (294 miles) of tough roads, mountain passes, and exceptional roller-coaster scenery separates Leh from Manali. For most of the year, this spectacular stretch of road is closed to traffic as it is lined by thick snow. Even when the road is formally open in June, the danger of sudden snowfall looms, delivering with it numerous risks related to getting stuck within the middle of immense uninhabited areas with solely physical change of cold nights. Once summer has set in, a spread of temporary dhabas and chai stalls are gathered in mini-colonies on the approach. You need to show your passport for a string of checkpoints, the primary of that is simply on the far side the Rohtang Pass at the head of the Kullu vale. On the far side of this, you enter Lahaul, a colossal Trans-Himalayan landscape dotted with flat-roofed, white painted homes engineered from preserved bricks. Sarchu, a motley assortment of tented camps, is wherever you’ll most likely to have rest for night; you’ll be too cold to complain regarding the restricted facilities. You reach the world’s second-highest motorable road at the summit of the Tanglang-La Pass (5,241m/17,190 ft.); here you'll notice a lesser multi-faith shrine adorned by pictures of gurus, deities, and non-secular icons. Beyond the pass, exquisite mountains in a host of unbelievable colors vie with charming villages for your attention.
THE MANALI to LEH HIGHWAY
Since it opened to foreign tourists in 1989, the famous Manali–Leh Highwayhas replaced the old Srinagar–Kargil route as the most popular approach toLadakh. The highway is 490 km long, where the distance from Manali to Sarchu is about 230 km and that between Leh and Sarchu is about 260 km.
The route from Manali to Leh
goes via Rohtang, Gramphu, Kokhsar, Keylong, Jispa, Darcha, Zingzingbar, Baralacha La, Bharatpur, Sarchu, Gata Loops, Nakee La, Lachulung La, Pang Tanglang La, Gya, Upshi, Karu, Leh.
CYCLING MANALI LEH HIGHWAY
Motorbikers and cyclists revere Manali to Leh road as one of the most spectacular rides inthe world and the number of two-wheelers on the route is a real surprise. Aftercycling the second-highest road in the world, the highest one awaits you north of Leh.
The Journey from Manali to Leh
can be more spectacular than Srinagar Leh road, however it is more tiring and arduous and has a higher risk of getting closed. It is not recommended for physically weak people.
MANALI TO LEH AT A GLANCE
|Rumse / Ramsey (4325m)
|Rohtang Pass (3980m)
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