Leh Ladakh Bike Trip from Delhi: Complete Guide

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A bike trip to Leh Ladakh from Delhi will be from June to September. Since many roads and passes remain sealed during winters, around October to March. It may extend up to May. If you opt to visit Leh-Ladakh during these months you may undergo hazardous climatic circumstances and inaccessible roads. Also, bike trips to Leh Ladakh should be avoided during monsoons.

Here you’ll find a complete detailed guide for your Leh Ladakh Bike Trip from Delhi that will eventually help you in the whole journey.

Distance:  2300 km approximately

Route: Delhi > Manali > Sarchu > Pang > Leh > Khardungla > Hunder > Nubra > Pangong > Leh > Kargil > Srinagar > Jammu > Delhi

Delhi to Manali

Begin your trip from New Delhi and head to NH1. Acknowledge the highway amidst the thrilling meadows of farmlands. You will be travelling through the pristine city of Chandigarh on the way to Manali. It is hardly a 12 hours ride; you will cover approximately 550 kilometres approximately. Once you reach Manali check into a hotel according to your preferences and take a rest.

Manuali to Sarchu

Next, you will cover a stretch of around 235 kilometres, as you...

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