The 490 kilometers Manali – Leh is considered to be one of the most exciting and adventurous trail around the world. This four-month open Leh Ladakh Trip 2019 route creates adrenaline rush for travelers and bikers from India and the other parts for the globe. Though being a challenging road for driving, Manali-Leh road has attracted more travelers than the other Srinagar-Leh route which is comparatively considered easy. The Trans Himalayan Range includes the Ladakh and the Zanskar ranges which are the home for innumerable surprises and astonishments. Manali – Leh Road Trip is one of the world’s most interesting and most exciting and adventurous trail. Though this road opens for only four and a half months in a year, it still happens to be the most awaited route to be travelled by the world’s best bikers. An acclaimed biker will always look forward to drive these roads which lead to a heavenly experience.
Starting from Manali, the Leh-Ladakh road trip travels on an average 13,000 feet elevation. This increases the possibility of Acute Mountain Sickness which should be taken care of by frequent hydration and local tribal tip of smelling camphor. The frequently changing weather and temperature while passing through different geographical elevations and depressions all in the same day will be a trilling experience. The Rohtang pass (13050 feet), Baralacha Pass (16,020 feet), Nakeel Pass(15,547 feet), Lachungla Pass (16,600 feet) Tanglang Pass (17,585 feet) and Khardungla Pass (18,380 Feet) take your feet off the ground to explore the higher land of Leh-Ladakh. The loopy road of Gata, makes you count all the 21 hairpin bends with a hats-off to the commendable maintenance of Border Roads Organization.
The tediousness of the 490 kilometers drive will all be vanish in to the air, with the wonderful sighting of “Jullay, Welcome to Ladakh” welcome board. The Leh-Ladakh exploration trip is made way more exquisite by the nature’s gifts like Sham Valley with all the brown-dusty mountain ranges contradicting the Nubra Valley attraction of White Sand Dunes. The river beds of Indus and Zanskar are the home several Buddhist Monasteries like Deskit, Thiksey and many more. Apart from these, the once Tibetan province, Leh-Ladakh, has been the land for the Leh Fort, Shey Palace and Shanti Stupa.
This Trans Himalayan Biking Group Trip takes place every year for people from various walks of life to gather around, motivate and share compassion to help them drive through their ambitions and passions. The trip is considered to be very strenuous, which just not requires physical strength but also a lot of mental strength to drive through the deserted and desolated lands of the Ladakh and Zankar Ranges. Gathering hundreds of people and helping them tick Manali-Leh Bike trip off their bucket-list makes us very delightful. The Trans-Himalayan Bike trip is also a trip which boosts your strength as it draws a lot of cosmic energy resting in the tall standing mountains.
To conclude this experience, the Trans-Himalayan Group Bike trip will just not leave you with beautiful pictures for your wall of fame but also some warm relationships having exciting stories behind every picture.