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Season: July-September

Duration: 14 Days

Departure: Manali

Total Kms: 650 Approx

Riding Level: Intermediate

Riding Hours/Day: 5-6 Hours

The high elevation road from Manali to Leh is known for different adventure activities and mountain biking isn’t abandoned. The trial of persistence, stamina, assurance and experience streak, all occurs on the double on this road riding bicycles. There could be anything between an out and out depleting daylight, rain, and a snowstorm, and the extra dread of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). A prepared biker has nothing to dread to stop them from experiencing this adventure.

The bicycle that appears to be the closest companion of the rider is in itself the best fit for such a rough voyage. Likewise, usually considered to take the course from Leh to Manali for the relative simplicity than from the other way around bearing, and yet it is ignored in the light of better acclimatization just as the prospect of Leh, the high elevation city being uncovered gradually as the voyage through the street spans to its end.

Day 1:

Arrive Manali

Upon arrival in Manali you will be transferred to your hotel in Old Manali. Rest of the day is at rest. Afternoon you will go for a short in around old Manali.
Overnight in Himalayan country house or Similar (Meals: BD)
Day 2:

Manali to Marhi (3,360m/ 11,020ft) 45 km

Today you will begin your first day cycling up to Marhi. The valley is brimming with snow-topped peaks and some breathtaking perspective Pine and Deodar trees. Its likewise get ready for the extreme ride ahead. Going out of Manali through an evergreen zone we handle the primary arrangement of numerous fastener twists and bends while in transit to the Rohtang Pass.
Overnight in tents (Meals: BLD)
Day 3:

Marhi to Keylong (3,080m/10,300ft) 79 km

You begin the day by completing the 12 km climb to the Rohtang pass, where if the climate is fine there are some flawless grand view seemingly within easy reach of snow secured peaks and glaziers. When we have revived ourselves in Rohtang, we abandon the rich vegetation and proceed with a plummet to Gramphoo. From here we will experience some un metalled stretches of the level street as we cross the seething downpour of the waterway at Khoksar and proceed with a short and simple ride to Sissu in the lower regions of the Pir Panjal range. From here a short ride to Keylong traverse the street. We will reach Keylong at night and register with the inn.
Overnight at hotel Dikyed or similar (Meals: BLD)
Day 4:

Keylong to Patseo (3,811m/12,503ft) 47 km

A generally simple day cycling up to Patseo. The territory is substantially drier and the street is rutty, dusty and rough. Passing the villa of Jispa we leave a chasm and dive downhill before beginning the climb to Patseo. We currently get a feeling of the separation of the region, with a couple of sheep dabbed around and we start to enter the region of the Lamas. In the far skyline, you can see the somber and magnificent exhibition of the Higher Himalayan extents.
Overnight tents (Meals: BLD)
Day 5:

Patseo to Sarchu (4,290m/ 14,070ft) 58 km

Hard long ride to the Baralacha La Pass, however, the prizes are incredible as you travel through this wild and beautiful places. The pass is parched with no vegetation, the sides of the mountains looking increasingly like a quarry secured with free shakes and scree. As we plummet the crevasse region of Bharatpur we will cross Mountain Waterways before achieving our goal.
Overnight tents (Meals: BLD)
Day 6:

Rest Day

Today you may rest to further acclimatise and to absorb the magnificent scenery.
Overnight tents (Meals: BLD)
Day 7:

Sarchu to Whisky Nallah (4,700m/15,419ft) 56 km

The day begins with some simple cycling however we are before long handling the crisscross "21 circles of Gata" at 15,030ft up the gorge divider. When we achieve the summit of the Nakeela Pass its declining to Whisky Nallah. The day passes some delightful bone-dry mountain view of the high ranges.
Overnight in tents (Meals: BLD)
Day 8:

Whisky Nallah to Debring (4,835m/15,862ft) 82 km

We begin by rising the second highest pass on the Manali-Leh highway up to Lachung La. The road here is probably going to be the most exceedingly awful of the outing with a particular absence of landing area, its exceptionally gravelly and there are many free stones. We have a long plummet to Ache down a lofty sided canyon pursued by an 8km bend move before achieving the level best of the Mori Fields. This desolate territory is known for its extraordinary temperatures in the first part of the day and night, quick breezes and dust storms. The main indication of life is the strong Migrant Changpas who can be seen tending their yaks in this most barren spot. We camp at Debring 20km underneath the world's second most elevated pass, the Tanglang La at 5,328m.
Overnight in tents (Meals BLD)
Day 9:

Debring to Rumtse (4,100m/13,451ft) 51 km

This is a challenge indeed, but truly satisfying when you reach the top before we set off down to the village of Rumtse.
Overnight in tents (Meals: BLD)
Day 10:

Rumtse to Leh (3,500m/11,482ft) 91 km

As we proceed with the plunge to Upshi the view changes drastically as we touch base in a prolific inundated valley by a waterway spotted by pretty villages and Stupas. The terrific red shaded mountains around us add to the excellence and extravagance of the view. Intersection the Indus Stream the street enhances as we pursue the other street clients towards Leh. This is a simple ride as we pass the Thiksey monastery and the Chortens before we reach Leh.
Overnight in Khamzang guest house or Similar (Meals BLD)
Day 11:

In Leh sightseeing and Visit Thaktok monastery for August departure

Taking a rest from the bikes today you have the chance to explore Leh market, traditional bakery, being the market and take the heritage walk to Leh palace, also visit Shanti stupa & Sankar monastery. For August departure you can attain the Thaktok monastery festival, witness the mask dance and the colorful culture of the festival.Overnight in Khamzang guest house or similar (Meals: BLD)
Day 12:

Leh to Khardong La (5,359m/17,583ft) back to Leh 78 km

Today set off early for Khardung - La pass. Cycling 26 miles and gaining 6000 feet, this is the ultimate challenge of the trip. It is claimed to be the highest motorable road in the world. The view from the top is spectacular, stretching from the Indus valley in the South over the endless peaks and ridges of the Zanskar range to the giants of the Saser Massif in the North. You can feel proud of a true achievement as you finish the trip with your final satisfying descent.
Overnight in Khamzang guest house or similar (Meals BLD)
Day 13:

In Leh

Rest day at Leh and last day shopping and farewell dinner party host by Eco India Journeys.
Overnight in Khamzang guest house or similar (Meals BLD)
Day 14:

Departure

Early in the morning transfer to the airport for your flight back to Delhi/Onward journey
No. of Pax € per person $ per person
02 pax10301170
04 pax685780
06 pax590670
08 pax510580
10 pax535605
12 pax490555
Single Supplement275315

One Tour Leader complementary on paying for 10-12 pax

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