Ladakh Overland

Kullu Valley, India, Asia

Ladakh Overland

Kullu Valley is the Switzerland of India. We'll recover from the long journey in a hotel next to Nagar Castle, the former seat of the kings of Kullu, at an elevation of 1,800 meters. From there, our exciting route will take us into the remote former kingdom of Ladakh.

Once we leave the "civilized world" behind, we'll be camping in spectacular settings and sleeping in remote mountain lodges. Our local crew will keep us supplied with food, water, fuel and spare parts, and will handle the logistics and excellent catering in our camps.

Once we arrive in Ladakh, we'll have 8 days to visit the renowned Hemis, Tikkse, Mathko, Likkir, Lamayauru and Alchi monasteries, and to ride up the Khardung La, the world's highest motorable pass at 5,605 meters. In Leh, we'll take time to shop and relax.

Since 1994, we've taken over 250 bikers up the world's highest pass.

Solid riding skills, a sense of adventure and flexibility are a must when taking part in our Himalaya motorcycle expeditions, which cover around 1,700 km and considerable altitude differences. Road conditions vary from freshly-paved to rough tracks.

While we never actually leave the road, off-road skills can come in handy on some of the tracks we use. It's also important to note that it's virtually impossible to predict the weather and road conditions in the Himalayas in the months following the monsoon.

Landslides and abrupt weather changes can force us to change our tour program on very short notice. You can certainly look forward to adventure.

Organised by Classic Bike India

Ladakh Overland


Overview

Ladakh Overland

Kullu Valley is the Switzerland of India. We'll recover from the long journey in a hotel next to Nagar Castle, the former seat of the kings of Kullu, at an elevation of 1,800 meters. From there, our exciting route will take us into the remote former kingdom of Ladakh.

Once we leave the "civilized world" behind, we'll be camping in spectacular settings and sleeping in remote mountain lodges. Our local crew will keep us supplied with food, water, fuel and spare parts, and will handle the logistics and excellent catering in our camps.

Once we arrive in Ladakh, we'll have 8 days to visit the renowned Hemis, Tikkse, Mathko, Likkir, Lamayauru and Alchi monasteries, and to ride up the Khardung La, the world's highest motorable pass at 5,605 meters. In Leh, we'll take time to shop and relax.

Since 1994, we've taken over 250 bikers up the world's highest pass.

Solid riding skills, a sense of adventure and flexibility are a must when taking part in our Himalaya motorcycle expeditions, which cover around 1,700 km and considerable altitude differences. Road conditions vary from freshly-paved to rough tracks.

While we never actually leave the road, off-road skills can come in handy on some of the tracks we use. It's also important to note that it's virtually impossible to predict the weather and road conditions in the Himalayas in the months following the monsoon.

Landslides and abrupt weather changes can force us to change our tour program on very short notice. You can certainly look forward to adventure.

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