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Thrilling Leh Ladakh Bike Trip - Explore The Hidden Beauty Of Ladakh

by Mahendra Kumar Himalayan Adventure Trip

How does it sound when you think of a cool breeze passing through your face while pedaling on the world's highest road?

Sounds cool right?

Bike trip to Leh Ladakh is just like a dream come true for every biker. The abundant beauty of Leh Ladakh, the little Tibet will make your journey a successful one. Traveling amidst the 'Land of High Passes' and the richest trails is an exciting way of exploring one's soul. Maybe the snow claws peaks, barren land high passes, or the scenic vistas make the adventure seekers more energized. If you are a perfect biker and bored of the city chaos, then Manali to Leh bike trip is the ultimate choice for you. 

Life is incomplete if you haven't tested your spirit with the high elevations and ancient monasteries of Leh. Ladakh has the highest roads, so, crossing the trails on bike is a lifetime experience in itself. Manali to Leh Ladakh is one of the most sought-after adventure experiences today.

Why is a Bike Trip to Ladakh so Popular?

The old saying that 'the journey matters not the destination' that stands true with the Northern Himalayan region of Ladakh, which has soul-touching experience. All you have to do is look around and connect with the spectacular visions that are all about the undying spirit of a rider. The vast plains, jaw-dropping landscapes, and lofty mountains attract a multitude of bikers from all over the world.

You get a power-packed adventure on the high trails all on your bike. With the rush of challenging routes, it is an opportunity to feel at one with yourself and nature. The delightful road trip spiced with nature and culture, age-old monasteries en route acts as the personal inspiration of the trip.

Best Time To Go For Leh Ladakh Bike Trip:

Visiting Ladakh in the right season is just like visiting heaven with its sceneries and moonscape like nowhere else. It is a mesmerizing beauty and wondrous journey with photogenic landscapes and scenic views. However, Ladakh is always covered in snow, the warm months of May to September spices up your journey with adventure, nature, and culture covering the tough part of the Himalayas.

3 Must-Have Experiences On Leh Ladakh Bike Trip 2020

If you are wishing to go for Manali to Leh-Ladakh in 2020, then make sure, you take Manali to Leh Ladakh packages and visit these must-go places.

Royal Leh Palace

The Leh Palace is a rich historical heritage, built by King Sengge Namgyal in the 17th century. If buildings could have a soul in it, then Leh Palace is definitely a place that soaks the beauty of Leh in it. Leh Palace is in the heart of Ladakh, blessed with the serene Indus River. 

If you are a history lover, then is the place you can afford to miss, as it has the best collection of artifacts, costumes, religious sculptures of the royal family.

Magnetic Hill

Your trip remains incomplete if you have not felt the pull of nature at Magnetic hill in Ladakh. Famous for its unique kind of magnetic force that rises to an elevation of 14000 ft. surrounded by Sindhu River. Magnetic Hill strikes a perfect balance between soothing blues and the bikers' spirit. Magnetic Hill well, the magnetic hill is a mystery by its name itself. It is believed to be magical and mysterious by the way it pulls the bikes and cars uphill.

Zanskar Valley

At Zanskar Valley, you can witness a perfect balance between the lush greens, soothing blue Frozen Lake, and bold browns. The beautiful view of Frozen Lake surrounded by Valley at one side will leave you awestruck. If you want to go for Manali to Leh Ladakh in winters, then, you can experience the mesmerizing beauty of Frozen Lake that you would cherish for a lifetime.

Famous Lakes of Leh Ladakh:

A bike trip to Ladakh is almost incomplete if you don't set your foot on the legendary lakes. There are many beautiful places in Ladakh, which have divine beauty, Pangong Tso Lake and Tso Moriri Lake offers a pristine experience to travelers.

Pangong Tso Lake

Ever heard 'lake can change its colors with seasons.' Indeed the startling water, the headstrong majestic mountains and the crystal clear sky above is a panorama on its own.

After 3 Idiots, Pangong Tso Lake has gained its fame. The yellow scooter used in that movie is still there which tourists use to click the pictures. This lake is dreamy and imaginable in every way.

Pangong Tso is a gem in the lap of Himalayas. Pangong Tso stands at the eminence of 14500 ft. and an enduring blue spread of water. Its radiant aura and sheer charm, which is enough to leave an everlasting impression on one's soul. The lake has saline water but still, it freezes in winters, which is waiting for a fascinating experience. There is no greenery near the lake; it's just barren land. One more amazing thing about the lake is that you can have a glance at the few migratory birds like seagulls, black-necked cranes, etc.

Tso Moriri Lake

Tso Moriri, 'The Mountain Lake' is the hidden gem situated in the heart of breathtakingly exquisite Rupshu valley. Tso Moriri is the highest lake in the world. The marvelous visions seem like clouds are taking roads and all vehicles in their claws. The Cloud hovering at the top of the mountains with the calm water is the perfect transcendental space is a paradise to unite one's soul and minds.

Conclusion

Sometimes all it takes to rejuvenate one mind and body staring into a tranquil stretch of water under the blue sky. True isn't it?

If you wish to behold both when you go for the bike ride to Ladakh, surely add these to your wishlist. Cherish every glimpse of the captivating landscapes of Ladakh and heavenly beauty of Kashmir. Get ready for an enthralling trip now and ride through the beautiful valleys, evergreen plains, and mighty peaks.



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