trekking in laddakh

Motor Biking in Ladakh

Motor biking in Ladakh is the most demanding expedition facility that can be leveraged by the maximum number of travelers from every nook and corner of the world. Since a motor bike is the easiest accessible mode for the commuters as well as for the tourists to cross the major high passes of Ladakh. Biking tour in Ladakh will include dwelling across the highest motorable pass in the world, the Khardung La Pass, at an incredible height of 18,370 ft along with some highest mountain passes in India to bring the most exhilarating effect on the bikers. The biking trip that makes a fantastic beginning from Manali to take them towards Rohtang Pass, Baralachala Pass (4,892 m), Lachalang la Pass (5,065m) and the highest pass on this circuit, the 5,360 m high Tanglangla Pass.

By covering the most remote areas of Kinnaur and Spiti valleys of Himachal Pradesh and the area of Ladakh like Leh, Khardung La; the bikers can get a fantastic chance to meet the remote villages, spectacular landscapes, snow capped peaks, rugged terrain and old monasteries.

This could be the most strenuous activities for the beginners but for the people whose passion for biking never ends can find the most thrilling part of their lives at the huge valleys of Ladakh with the motor biking fun which can last up to 10-12 days.

Day 01 : Delhi – Chandigarh

In the morning meet Peak Adventure Tour expert; briefing about the trip and then drive to Chandigarh via Karnal & Ambala. On arrival check in to hotel. In the evening meet our bike expert and take a test ride near by the hotel. Overnight stay in hotel.

Day 02 : Chandigarh – Shimla (100 kms/3-4 hrs)

In the morning after breakfast start your motor bike safari tour to Shimla via Kalka & Solan. On arrival check in to hotel. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 03 : Shimla - Sarahan (175 km/5-6 Hrs)

Today is a gentle ride through stunning greenery, smooth roads and mountains and today will give you time to get used to riding your bike and taking in the scenery around you. Sarahan is a charming beautiful hill-village and our stay here is complimented by the surrounding views. On arrival, check in to the hotel.

Day 04 : Sarahan - Sangla (95 km/3 hrs)

In the morning after breakfast visit the famous Bhimakali temple and then ride your bike to the beautiful Sangla valley from the green mountains to the desert-like glimpse of Sangla, you will start to see changes in landscape and the road leads us into Sangla Valley, where the location is stunningly wonderful. In Sangla we will camp for the night and relax.

Day 05 : Sangla - Nako (135 km/5 hrs)

Proceed to Nako. Visit the confluence of Satluj and Spiti rivers at Khab en route. Nako is a beautiful village on the banks of a lake. On arrival, set up camp.

Day 06 : Nako - Tabo (70 km/2½ hrs)

Travel to Tabo and visit the Tabo monastery is more than a thousand years old and is famous for its wall paintings and murals. It is also known as the Ajanta of the Himalayas. Then set up camp near Tabo village.

Day 07 : Tabo - Kaza (81 km/4 hrs)

You’ve ridden through Kinnaur and Baspa Valley’s. Now hit the awesome trail of inspirational Spiti Valley, and the small town of Tabo. The town has not changed for millennia and is where you will find the second most important Buddhist Monastery, only to that of Tholong Gompa in Tibet. The 10th century Tabo Monastery houses some 60 Lamas and contains old scriptures and artifacts. A great place to take time out and relax.

Day 08 : Kaza

Visit the Ki monastery and Kibber village. Overnight in guest house.

Day 09 : Kaza - Keylong (225 km/7-8 hrs)

Travel to Keylong via Kunzum Pass & Gramphu. The drive provides you with some spectacular views of the rugged Spiti valley, CB ranges and Barashigri Glacier. Overnight in hotel.

Day 10 : Keylong – Sarchu (175 kms/6-7 hrs)

In the morning after breakfast set out for the river rafting on Beas River. Overnight at hotel.

Day 11 : Sarchu to Leh - via Tanglang La (5328 mts) (246 Kms)

Today, you will enjoy a long but pleasurable ride. Ride in the plateau area for next 30 Km with a good speed but be cautious of the bad patches en-route. Ascend the road bends of Gata Loops early in the morning to beat the uphill traffic and scale the height of Takh (3,950m) and then it is a downhill. Cross over the low-lying road in the stream and ascend uphill again to the height of Lachung La Pass (5,060m) about 54 km from Sarchu. Then, drive downhill for 25 km till you hit the base of bridge before Pang (4,630m). Ensure to cross over Pang before 12.00 noon as traffic is not allowed in afternoon. Later, cross Tanglang La (75km from Pang) and another 30 km to Rumtse. Thereafter, proceed further to Leh, the saddle of Buddhist Culture. Dinner and overnight in the hotel in Leh.

Day 12 :

Day for relax and acclimatise

Day 13 : Leh – Khardung La – Leh

We will set of for the Khardung - La Pass as soon as light comes up. Motor biking 26 miles and gaining 6000 feet; this is the ultimate challenge of the trip. It is the highest motorable road in the world taking you to a dizzy 5,600m! The view from the top is spectacular, stretching from the Indus valley in the South over the endless peaks and ridges of the Zanskar range to the giants of the Saser Massif in the North. You can feel proud of a true achievement as you finish the trip with your final satisfying descent. Dinner and overnight stay at hotel/guest house.

Day 14 : Leh - Delhi

Early in the morning transfers to the airport and from here catch a flight for Delhi

Trip & Services Ends Here.


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