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About Ladakh

Ladakh, literally translating to “Land of high passes” is more of an emotion than just a place, that travellers and tourists connect to. Part of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh brings out the adventurer in you. As you climb higher on this rustic land, you travel deeper into yourself. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that this is a transformational journey. There is a raw magnetic energy in its majestic snow-capped mountains, never-ending stretch of barren lands, mystic aura and rugged emptiness that awakens the spiritual side of you.

The area of Ladakh sees a beautiful amalgamation of two communities, the Shia Muslims and Buddhists. Various monasteries that were built hundreds of years before, still stand tall oozing charm. Thiksey Monastery, Deskit Monastery, Lomayuru Monastery are a few examples. They cast an enchanting spell on its audiences.

“Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent in the ideas of living.” – Miriam Beard rightly said so. Indeed, a bike ride to Ladakh is an experience of a lifetime. It is a journey that will leave you feeling fresh with a new perspective in life and you would come back with memories worth a lifetime.

Most of all this entire journey is about outdoing yourself and exploring different places within you as outside. Enjoy the serenity of the places and feel at one with nature.

The cold climate of the place and the warm hearts of its people will leave you wanting for more.

We from Wheelstreet offer you our best of wishes along with high end, well maintained bikes for this life changing journey. All the best!

Distance : 120 kms
Begin from Manali and proceed towards Keylong. This will require you to conquer the Rohtang La Pass en route. After this pass at a small region called Gramphu, the road bifurcates, one leading towards Spiti Valley and another continuing on the Manali Leh highway. After a ride of almost 35 kms in the Manali-Leh highway, you reach Tandi, this is the place to fill up your bikes with petrol. Heads up on the long line of bikers waiting to do the same. Tandi is situated at the bottom of the river valley at the confluence of the Chandra river and the Bhaga river, thereby becoming Chandra bhag or Chenab.
You can reach Keylong which is 7kms further, and halt there for the night. There are comfortable accommodation options in this place.
*A pass is required from the DM’s office to pass the Rohtan La pass.
Distance : 140 kms
Start from Keylong the next morning, as early as the weather permits you to. Your next destination is Sarchu. All tourists have to register themselves at Darchu which lies in between Keylong and Sarchu. Starting from Darchu and taking the steep ascent to the Baralachala pass, reach Sarchu and stop for lunch. Continue from Sarchu during the late afternoon and reach Pang by the evening, where you can stay for the night is tents. Get ready to experience a technology free zone in this place, mobiles are not reachable but there is a military camp nearby, from where you can make calls.
Distane : 171 kms
Make a move from Pang early in the morning next day, to enjoy the tranquillity along the route, with green trees to snowy white mountains to muddy brown lands, this is uniquely colourful and pleasing to the eye. This takes you to the second highest motorable pass in the world the Tanglang La. A pit stop at Gya Village is advisable for those with time on hand. This beautiful village has farmlands and is the mountain base. The architecture of the houses in this areas is its trademark. You can reach Leh from here passing through Upshi, and can set base in Leh for the night. You willneed to look into getting your permits from this place for further travel.
To reach the Pangong Lake, needs a day for itself. Start your travel from Leh as early as possible to reach this trademark destination of Ladakh, as post noon the streams start to overflow and crossing them would be next to impossible. The so called Paagal nala especially has to be crossed before noon. This route would give you the fortune to ride on The Changla pass, world’s third highest motorable road. The Pangong Lake does not get all the hype for no reason. This lake is a true sight of beauty, which changes its colour with every passing hour. With the sight of mountain ranges towards all the four sides and wide clear skies above, this place is nature’s best handicraft. The placidity around the lake is so dominant, you can hear your thoughts!
Distance : 120 kms
The most celebrated place for any rider is undoubtedly The Khardung La pass, the highest motorable road in the world, at an altitude of 17582 ft. Conquer this milestone on your way to the Nubra Valley. Leave from Leh early to avoid traffic en route. After The Nubra valley sees a lot of tourists to witness the spectacular view it has to offer. Diskit houses a 32 meter tall Buddha Statue, which is the area’s trademark. The valley separates Ladakh from the Karakoram Range. The double humped camel ride is a tourist attraction in Hunder. Halt for the night in Diskit.
Leave in the morning form Diskit and head back almost 20 kms to take the road bifurcation towards Sumur and Panamik. The 20 km ride from Sumur to Panamik is difficult to express in words. It is a gateway to someplace else. Make sure to visit the 250 year old Ensa Gompa, known for its hot springs. This is the last point till which tourists are allowed. After this head back to Leh.
If you have enough time in hand, a visit to the Magnetic hill could be made. The magnetic hill is no less than a miracle, as the name suggests, this hill possesses magnetic properties that attract cars uphill, and precautions are taken to fly airplanes higher than necessary in this area, in order to avoid the magnetic attraction from the hill.
Day 1  : Delhi - Jammu
  • The stretch from Delhi to Jammu can be covered in a span of 10 – 11 hours, depending on the number of times you break the journey. The roads are in a fairly good condition and you shall enjoy riding along this route.
  • You could experience a little bit of traffic as you near Jammu, because of the movement of Army trucks and vehicles.
  • Stay for the night in Jammu and rest.
Day 2  : Jammu – Patnitop – Srinagar (300kms)
  • You will witness your surroundings change to thick green marking your arrival to Patnitop.
  • Pass through the Jawahar tunnel. The tunnel is a small stretch which is very well built and maintained with all necessary facilities, and can be covered in a span of 5 mins.
  • The other end of this tunnel, introduces you to the Titanic View point, from where you can catch the first glimpse of the Kashmir Valley.
  • Look out for Kashmir willow bat makers and Keshar shops, Shankaracharya Temple and pantha chowk.
  • In Srinagar, you can walk along the Dal lake and enjoy a short Shikhara ride if time permits, and retire for the day in the city.
Day 3  : Srinagar – Sonmarg – Zozi La – Drass – Kargil
  • Enjoy the panoramic view. The roads are well maintained as well till Biltal, after which it gets a little bumpy and narrow.
  • Visit the Ghumri and Kargil war memorial.
  • You will cross the Zozi La pass on the way, you can stop at the small dhaba nearby for some chai, Kashmiri kawha and snacks. Vegetarians would want to have their lunch at Dras(one of the coldest places in India), as moving further options narrow down.
  • Halt for the night in Kargil.
Day 4  : Kargil – Lamayuru – Leh
  • Start early and make a move towards one of our major destinations of the tour.
  • As you move ahead, you will notice the color of the mountains changing for every 5 kms, leaving you gapping in awe of the mysteries of nature in this area. This route also give you the feeling of riding through the mountains, such is its terrain.
  • Visit Mulbekh and Lamayuru monasteries. Capture the Namik La pass. Visit the magnetic hills, the Pathar Sahib Gurudwara and the Spituk Monastery.
  • Best time for you to acclimatize your bodies.
  • A short visit to the confluence of Zanskar and Indus river at Nimmu.
  • The scenic beauty of this stretch demands to be photographed.
Day 5  : Stay at Leh
  • Visit the Leh Palace, Shanti Stupa, Jama Masjid, Hall of fame
  • Taste the mouth watering thukpas, momos, kahwas, chhupri and don’t forget Maggie.
  • Spend some bucks on authentic handicrafts.
  • Stay in Leh for the night.
Day 6  : Leh – Khardung La – Diskit – Hunder
  • Nubra valley separates Ladakh from the Karakoram range.
  • Check off your list the dream of conquering the highest motorable road in the world,The Khardung La.
  • Leave Leh early to avoid traffic
  • Pay the 32m tall Buddha statue in Diskit a visit
  • Ride the bacterian camels in Hunder and experience the sand dunes.
  • Go see the Diskit Monastery
  • Night stay at Diskit or Hunder
Day 7  : Hunder/Diskit – Sumur – Panamik – Sumur – Khardung La – Leh
  • Visit the Sumur monastery
  • Explore the 250 year old Ensa temple, famous for its hot water springs, in Panamik
  • This is the last place upto which tourists are allowed.
  • Head back to Leh
Day 8  : Leh – Hemis Monastery – Pangong Tso
  • Leave from Leh and pay a visit to the Hemis monastery that also contains a museum.
  • Make sure to leave early so as to avoid crossing streams that overflow post noon.
  • Conquer the 3rd highest motorable point in the world, the Chang La pass, en route.
  • Reach the Pangong Tso, the trademark of Ladakh trip and lose yourself amidst its clear blue water.
  • Stay there for the night, in the lap of nature.
Day 9  : Pangong Tso – Thicksey Monastery – Shey Palace – Leh
  • Make the return trip to Leh tracing the same path.
  • This time visit the Thicksey Monastery and the Shey Palace.
  • Overnight at Leh
Day 10  : Leh – Chumthang – Tso Moriri
  • Tso Moriri literally translating to “Mountain Lake” is at an altitude of 4522mts.
  • Capture the Brown mountains, the blue lake and the green lands together in to a frame.
  • Cover the Karzok monastery.
  • Stay back in Tso Moriri or Karzok.
Day 11  : Tso Moriri – Tso Kar – Debring – Moore Plains – Pang – Sarchu
  • Reach Tso kar, a fluctuating salt water lake, known for its depth.
  • With green trees to snowy white mountains to muddy brown lands, the moore plains is uniquely colourful and pleasing to the eye.
  • Reach and camp for the night in the tents in Pang or if time permits, continue to Sachu for the night.
  • Gear up for a tech free night!
Day 12  : Sarchu – Baralacha La – Keylong – Rohtang Pass – Manali
  • Leave early as the journey is going to be 11-12 hrs long
  • Pay a visit to the Suraj Tal and Deepak Tal.
  • You will encounter the Baralacha La and the Rohtang La passes on your way.
  • Crash in Manali for the day.
Day 13  : Stay at Manali
  • This could be your rest day, before you embark on another long journey to the capital.
  • Enjoy the local cusine, pleasant climate and lay back and catch up on some sleep.
Day 14  : Manali – Delhi
  • Make the 12-13 hour long trip to return back to the capital with memories worth a lifetime.
Things you need
  • Thermals
  • Balaclavas
  • Woollen socks (multiple pairs)
  • Riding gloves
  • Helmets
  • Armoured riding jackets
  • Proper footwear
  • Rain gear
  • Ropes
  • Water bottles
  • Torch
Cancellation Policy
  1. Pickup Date and Time cannot be changed once the booking is confirmed.
  2. Cancellation Charges are applicable as mentioned below:
    1. 0-3 days before the trip start– 100% of bike rental amount (No Refund)
    2. 3 days before trip start – 20% of bike rental amount (80% refund)