Cycling from Manali to Leh Ladakh is one of the most sought after cycling route in the Indian Himalaya, that takes you to conquer six high mountain passes the highest being the Khardung La at 5359m above sea level. This tour takes you through valleys that not only differ in Landscape but also language, cuisine and culture. You start the tour from a Lush green Manali town in Kullu Valley, on the way cycling through Lahoul Valley and then through desolate cold desert for a few days until crossing over Taglang La Pass and entering Ladakh Valley.
Cycling from Manali to Leh sees you cycling through some of the remotest areas of Asia. The cycling tour begins in Manali a popular hill town of India and then makes its ways through Lahoul Valley crossing some of the highest mountain passes in the World into the Land of High Passes Ladakh. Highlights of this tour include cycling on some of the highest roads in Asia, crossing Six high mountain passes, camping in remote areas, getting to interact with the locals on the way. This tour though full of adventure and thrill, but safety is our priority as well. All tours will be followed by a support vehicle carrying water, first aid and repair kit for the cycles. Also guests who get tired can sit in the Support vehicle if they want to. Physical fitness is a must for this tour. Although categorized as a demanding tour, this tour has its rewards in the amazing landscape that you pass through and the occasional sights of the wildlife on the way.Itinerary summaryDay 1: Arrive ManaliDay 2: Manali to Marhi (3320m), 38kmDay 3: Marhi to Sissu (3120m), 53kmDay 4: Sissu to Jispa (3310m), 54kmDay 5: Jispa to Zing Zing Bar, 38kmDay 6: Zing Zing Bar to Brandy Nallah (4120m), 58kmDay 7: Brandy Nallah to Pang (4530m), 57kmDay 8: Pang to Tsokar Lake (4660m), 57kmDay 9: Tsokar Lake- Lato, 77kmDay 10: Lato to Leh (3505m), 70kmDay 11: Leh to Khardung La (5602m) and back, 90kmDay 12: LehDay 13: Departure