Road trip to Leh Ladakh in pictures is what I’ve got for you today. The trip was planned since last year but, it became reality now.

The roads to Leh-Ladakh are still not opened via Manali (at the time of planning the trip), so, I executed my plan via Srinagar, which is the only possible way.

I started from Delhi, reaching Udhampur by the end of Day 1. At the end of Day 2, I crossed the Kashmir valley, Srinagar, took rest at Dal Lake (couldn’t resist because of its beauty), and reached Sonmarg.

I crossed Zojila Pass on Day 3, driving through Dras and Kargil. Not a single bad experiences so far, which I guess should be the highlight of my writing as a lot of people are worried about this route due to the usual situation in J&K.

As a team, HighwayMonks was in Kashmir in January this year, and now in May. Again, not a single bad experience!

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The sides of the highway after Sonmarg was covered by snow and the temperature is dropping below freezing point. Of course, adding to the overall experience!

Road Trip to Leh Ladakh in Pictures

Due to poor internet connectivity in Leh, I couldn’t share much of the details now. Still, sharing few of the best pictures of Leh Ladakh road trip. I’ll come up with more detailed blog posts once I return back home.

For now, enjoy these pictures.

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Kashmir Leh Road

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Ladakh Photos

Zojila Pass Photo
Zojila Pass

Zojila Pass Ladakh Road

Kargil Leh Road Picture

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Trip to Leh Ladakh

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Road Trip to Leh Ladakh in Pictures
Road Trip to Leh Ladakh HighwayMonks

Tourism in Ladakh

My bike (Avenger 220) has become a rockstar now. A lot of families wanted to capture pictures on it. 🙂

Namkala Pass Leh Ladakh

So, these were the pictures I can share at this hour. You can follow HighwayMonks Instagram profile if you love checking out stories. You know, everyone has a lot of pictures which don’t deserve to live beyond 24 hours. Like this one!

Tea Food in Ladakh
Tea in Ladakh

I’ll take your leave as I’ve some sightseeing to be done for the day. Between, this is how it looks outside the window.

Leh Ladakh Homestay

Oh between, Kashmir is incredibly beautiful, just like a paradise as they say. Do visit once while you can!

Chao!

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