Arrival Delhi air port at morrning international Indira Gandhi, you will be met the representative of North Land adventure and transfer to Manali. 574 k.m. O/N Hotel.
Morning free to explore the city as well as to set your Bikes ready for the spectacular trans Himalayan mountain bike covering a total distance of 484Kms.O/N Hotel.
Manali – Marhi
The road climbs gradually through forests and meadows and finally rising above the tree line reaches the small hamlet of Marhi just below the 13,050ft Rohtang Pass gateway to the Lahaul Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. Camp overnight in a small meadow.
Marhi – Over Rohtang Pass (3980m) – Gondla Village
The road winds up to the Rohtang Pass and then after a series of twists and turns heads down to the valley floor. Here you stop for a while to get your passports checked. Crossing the bridge at Khoksar we ride along the right bank of the River Chandra passing fertile fields of potato and sweet peas till we reach the quaint village of Gondla our destination for the day. Camp near the river.
Gondla - Jispa
Leaving our camp at Gondla we continue along the Chandra passing the village of Sissu from where you get magnificent views of a large gushing waterfall across the river. You also get to see massive glaciers clinging to the mountain slopes high above. Continuing to the Tandi Bridge we cross the Bhaga River rushing to meet the Chandra further down river. We stop at Keylong the district headquarters for a while before heading north to the tiny village of Jispa. Camp for the night near the Chandra River.
Jispa – Zingzingbar
The ride today leads through sparsely wooded terrain interspersed with tiny villages till we reach the vast open stretch of Zingzingbar a temporary army camp. We set up camp for the night a little ahead of this settlement.
Zingzingbar over Baralacha La
The road passes a tiny jewel of a lake the Suraj Tal (Lake of the Sun) before heading up towards Baralacha Pass. This is in the centre of three valleys – the Chandra, the Bhaga and the Yunan. From here a trail leads east through meadows towards the Chandratal lake a trek of about 3 days. Descending from the pass we pass barren hills and get excellent views of the Zanskar and Ladakh ranges in the distance. Reaching Sarchu the popular stop over for bikers and motorists alike we set up camp for the night.
Sarchu – Takh
The road now leads out of the Sarchu plateau heads north having entered the state of Jammu & Kashmir.goes dizzily up the gata loops a series of 23 switchback turns that takes us to the Passing small pass the Naki la we head into a gorge just before reaching the small campsite at Takh.
Takh – over the Lachulung La (5060m) – Pang
Going along the winding road-amazing hill formations appear having been sculpted by the strong winds so particular of this region, that takes us to the top of Lachulung La pass. Down hill settlement of Pang. Camp overnight.
Pang – Morey Plains – Debring (4920m)
After 8 Kms of riding through a gorge we emerge into the expansive 45 Km long Morey plains. This vast shrub land is home to a variety of wild life including the Kyang (Tibetan Wild Ass), the Tibetan Wolf, the Tibetan Hare and colonies of perky marmots and picas. The Morey Plains are also a grazing ground for the sheep of the Changpa the nomadic shepherds of southern Ladakh. We continue on a pencil straight black tarmac road till we reach our destination foe the night the small settlement of Debring below the Tanglang La pass.
Debring – over Tanglang La (5200m) – Rumtse village (3900m)
The ascent to the pass is a bit steep and the going becomes trying riding over a few gravely patches till we finally reach the top of the Tanglang La which was once the second highest motorable pass in the world. After the opening of the higher Marsimik La on the eastern borders of Ladakh, it is now the third highest. From the pass the road winds smoothly down to the Indus Valley floor and the oasis like picturesque village of Rumtse. You are greeted with a number of small chortens and a swiftly flowing mountain river. Camp outside the village.
Travel by surface from Rumtse to Leh. On arrival check in at hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Leh - Khardung-La
Start early morining from Leh to Khardong-la pass is spectacular as you ascend the switch back to the higest motorable pass in the world. Once at Khardong-la pass (5602meters) there is an opportunity for pictures and small temple to visit.Distance 39 k.m. one way(Total 78K.m )Up and down) if you feel tried to get back on the top,therefore the truck and lorry driver can be asked for the lift,take for the cycles to be loaded and brought back to Leh. O/N Hotel.
Back to Delhi
Fly back to Delhi,explore the local market or local sight seeing. O/N Hotel.
Back to Airport
Check out from hotel in the time to catch your onward flight by taxi to Iternational airport.