MTB in Himalaya On The World Highest Road

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15 days / 14 nights
Availability : July / September
New Delhi Airport
Min Age : 18 +
From Manali to Leh, riding on the roof of India!

Hop on one of our bikes from Manali to Leh, from Kashmir to Chhattisgarh, in the North of India, on one of the highest and most spectacular roads of the world! You will cross six passes, the lowest of which is the Rohtang pass (3950 m) and the highest is Khardungala (5560 m), looping up and down from one pass to another and from deep valleys to the high altitude plateau of Ladakh, “The roof of the world”. During the trip, you will experience extreme changes in climate and culture: the southern regions you will visit are full of green and are the womb of Hinduism, whereas the North, around the Himalayas, is arid and it’s where Tibetan
Buddhism has been practiced for centuries. Pack up and leave to India with Sharewood!


Day 1The Adventure begins - Arrival in New Delhi

Namaskar, welcome to India! Land in Delhi and meet our driver, who will escort you to the hotel where you will spend the night.

Day 2From Delhi to Manali

Check out from the hotel at sunrise, the route through the most fertile regions of India awaits you! 2000 Mtrs, 570 kms, 16 hours by Mini bus, 14 hours by private vehicle through Haryana and Punjab, with a stop at the border with Himachal Pradesh for lunch. You will reach Manali by night, where you will be able to relax at the hotel.

Day 3In and around Manali, introduction to Himalayan mtb

After breakfast, hop on one of our scooters and stroll around Manali with the tour guides! Visit Nagar castle, Roerich art gallery, the Hindu Temple and hot springs at Vashisht. After the sightseeing return back to the hotel.

Day 4Manali to Marhi

The true first day of expedition: a uphill ride following the curved roads through villages and the forest. Night in camp.

Day 5Marhi to Gondla

Set off for 13 km uphill road to reach Rohtang pass. Enjoy the spectacular view over the snow-capped mountains of Himalaya. Downhill to Gramphu, you will have your passport checked at Khokasar, the first village of tribal district of Lahoul and Spiti. Continue on the easy road to Gondla, overnight stay at the camp in Gondla. Night in camp.

Day 6Gondla to Jispa

On the way from Gondla to Jispa, visit Keylong, the district headquarter, on what will be for most of the time an easy but incredibly scenic road. Overnight stay at the camp in Jispa (Darcha). Night in camp.

Day 7Jispa to Bharatpur

Gradual uphill ride for about 32 km till Baralachala, in preparation for the long descend to our beautiful
campsite in Bharatpur. Night in camp.

Day 8Bharatpur to Whiskey bridge

The road for today goes through the vast plateau of Sarchu, on the border between the two states of Jamu-Kashmir and
Himachal Pradesh; later in the day, ride to the next campsite along the Tsarap River. Night in camp.

Day 9Whiskey bridge to Pang over the Namkila Pass

Gradual uphill and downhill road on MTB from Lachulangla to the gorge of Ganglajal. Before dinner, set up the campsite along the river.

Day 10From Pang to Tanglangla

Easy and flat road: MTB Short easy climb for 5 to 7 km, enjoying the magnificent view of Zara Chu (stream) surrounded by the canyons. Arrival in Pang and setting of the campsite.

Day 11From Tanglangla to Rumtse

From Tanglangla (5332 m.), gradual and downhill road to the Indus valley. Setup of the camp for the night by the river.

Day 12Rumste to Leh

Easy ride through Ladakhi villages, on the way visit Shey and Thiksey monasteries, by afternoon reach Leh, the capital of Ladakh. Night in hotel.

Day 13From Leh to Khardungla

Back to Leh (steep hill climb) by MTB. Most exciting day, steep road, half of the stretch is mettled and half is rough. Reaching on the top of the highest road of the world is a thrill, having an extensive view from the top and same way descend to Leh. Night in hotel.

Day 14Explore Leh

Visit Shanti stupa and old fort of Leh, the town monastery. In the afternoon, pack up the
mountain bike and enjoy the rest of the day as you prefer. Night in hotel.

Day 15Leh to Delhi

Transfer to the airport, flight to Delhi. In Delhi transfer from airport to hotel,
later half day sightseeing to Temple of Laxminarayan, Bhai Temple, India Gate. Night in hotel.

Day 16The adventure ends

Visit Spice market of old Delhi by rickshaw. Overview on India Gate. After Lunch visit the
Grand mosque (closed during the prayer time). Transfer to the
international airport by evening for your flight home.

Changes in the itinerary may incur. Organizers may modify the tour accordingly to weather conditions to ensure the safety of participants.

The price includes

  • Accommodation (Twin/ Double sharing) in hotels/ Guest House/ Camps
  • All meals, while riding lunch packed or in local restaurant
  • Standard mountain Gear bike with necessary spare parts (Fire fox, Trek and scout, sub. to availability at the day of reservation)
  • English speaking rider guide from 4 people
  • Backup vehicle plus kitchen Jeep during camping
  • While camping twin sharing spacious tent, dining tent, toilet tent; Kitchen team with all necessary items, camping chair, foam mattress
  • Medical kit with Oxygen Cylinder
  • Special Inner line permits to ride till restricted Khardungala (5600m) top
  • Delhi to Manali Volvo bus ticket
  • Leh to Delhi flight ticket in economy class

The price does not include

  • Contract management fee (10€ per person, mandatory)
  • International/national flights
  • Anything not explicitly mentioned in "the price includes"
  • Beverages
  • Travel Insurance
  • Personal expenses and tips
  • International flights
  • Back up Vehicle for 2-3 persons sleeping bag
  • Entry to visiting monuments

Partner Terms and Conditions

Cancellation: All the cancellation must be in written and signed by the person who
signed the booking form and will be effective from the date of the reception by the
1. 40 days or more before departure: The agency will refund the entire paid amount to his
client deducting the registration fee of 30% per persons.
2. 20 to 30 days before departure: The agency will charge the 50% of total tour amount as
registration fee .
3. Less than 20 days before departure: The agency will be obliged to withhold the full
amount of the deposit paid by the customer.
Liability: The Company cannot be made liable for the consequences of weather
condition, flight cancellations, war or threat of civil war, strikes, industrial action, political
unrest or any other force majeure, unusual or unforeseen circumstance. The company
reserves the right to use alternate transport, or vary the itinerary if breakdown, sickness
or any other force major. Any additional that result, such as extra hotel accommodation,
flight or road transport will be on your charge and must be paid directly at the spot.
Please understand, there are certain hazards involved in your adventurous and culture
holidays which you must accept at your own risk. The company will not be liable for any
illness major or minor injury, death sustained during neither the trip, nor it will be liable
for any uninsured losses of your property and other losses during the trip.
It is strongly advised that clients take out insurance to cover the unexpected and
cancellation charges:
Travel insurance: This is mandatory for all clients travelling on any tour/ trek or
independent itinerary arranged by us. You are responsible for obtaining adequate
insurance covering expenses of unexpected, the loss of baggage, medical expenses,
helicopter (air or ground) rescue, injury, death, repatriation, cancellation and curtailment
of the itinerary.

Clothing and advise:
Due to wide range of temperature and climate conditions, it is advisable to bring
appropriate clothing. For protection against cold a layered clothing is better than a few
thick ones, so choose your cloths accordingly. Cloths should be preferable be made
from natural materials which allow the body to breath better. You will be offending
people if you walk around in skimpy or tight fitting clothes. Although there are normally
opportunities to wear shorts, it is strictly forbidden to be with short in any religious
places as monasteries and temples. We would advise women to wear shirts or loose
trousers, men should not wear singlet
What you should pack for the trip in mountain:
Warm jacket type of gore axe or else, Raincoat, full sleeve Pull over while in camp , 2-3
pairs of long and short sleeves /Shirts, Track paint, suitable shoes, Camp shoes (
Sleepers ), 2 pairs of waterproof Gloves, 2-3 pairs of warm socks + normal socks,
Sunglasses / Spare glasses or contact lenses, Sun hat / cap, Scarf, sun cream, lips
balm to protect the lips, Washing kit, toilet kit including light towel, A small sewing kit,
Safety pins, torch or flash light with spare batteries, Camera with spare batteries and
cards, battery Charger ( used while in villages) , Duffle bags or back packpack (
personal medical kit as per your medical advisor. Sleeping bag (-10/-15-20°C ) small
pillow if you required , A light towel, a knife, a role of toilet paper, a plastic bowl for
shaving ( for men ), a large plastic bag to protect your clothing inside the back pack and
wet tissue paper, fanny pack to keep safely your important docs as passport, insurance
paper, credit cards, cash etc. Your personal medical kit.
Meals: Health friendly veg. and non veg. meals will be provided, Non veg. meals is
Sub. to availability in rural. We do not recommend you the fried street food and fruits
might be properly washed before consuming. While trekking Luch is always packed or
will be provided in local restaurants.
Mineral water: While in city, mineral water is in your charge, during the ride, boiled
cold water will be provided or you may carry the water purification pills to use when
refilling the water bottled, We advise you to drink daily minimum 2 litters of water. On
the way you can buy mineral water as there. Are tea shops at different places.
Due to the vastness of country climate is vary in different part of Indian states as from
plains of India to the mountains of Himalaya. Where summer Temperatures can be
minimum 10 to 20°C and maximum 25-30°C. But while in bad weather temperature can
go under Zero, so please be prepared accordingly.

During the ride in summer ( July- August ), temperature vary from low to higher altitude
“minimum 10 to 20°C and maximum 25-30°C.” when at higher altitude days are
scorching hot in clear weather and night are fresh and can be freezing. In Autumn
“September and Oct.” Day are hot can get sun stroke, but the night are freezing ,
temperature can go -0 and road can found frost at certain places.
Transport: Transfers by private vehicles from Delhi to Manali ( car or minibus.)
While riding you will be supported by back up vehicle, in case some one need break
can just jump in to the back up vehicle to relax for while. You bages and a ll logistic will
be transported by back up vehicle as well.
Individual room occupancy: persons occupying Individual room will be charged
automatically for the pax of Impair number as of 3-5-7-9-11-13 -15-17-19.etc, So
please mention in your terms and condition that such impair persons may have agree
to bare automatically the surcharge for Individual room occupancy until he / she may
not get room partner. Or unless he / she required specially individual room and is agree
to pay surcharge of individual room.
Extra Days /Night: Those guest who will reach in India earlier and will leave after the
schedule program, hence the number of days or night will increase more than schedule
program, In that case the surcharges will be applied for number of extra days/nights as
per the tariff of hotel used in city. Kindly note that check in and check out time is subject
to hotel policy, for example check in – out 12 noon and check out 12 noon – check in 14h
etc. policy can be applied.

What minimum should be in your first aid kit:
Preparation of relief of sun burn, Lip salve, Anti septic cream, Antihistamine cream (for
relief of insect bites), Anti diarrhea (flagyl or any other), Anti headache (Diamox, aspirin,
paracitamol, zimalgin), Anti vomiting (avomine), For stomach-ache (baralgan,trigan or
other diagnose) Dettol, wash proof Dettol plaster, Bandage and cotton, Balm, Anti
cramp spray, Pills to purify the water, Scissor and knife are must in the medical kit.
Apart from your personal kit, Himalayan Frontiers will also provide a common first add
box containing general medicine including an Oxygen cylinder
According to your physical condition you are requested to consult your doctor to
complete your medical kit.
Fitness and Acclimatization:
This is one of the most challenging cycling trip in the world, you will be crossing 7
passes vary from 3950 to 5600 mtrs, There fore Pre-travel conditioning is very advised,
as more you are prepared the more you enjoy the trips. For such the adventure trips

good physical preparation is required. As we gain altitude slowly, so we get acclimatize
naturally. And for the vast majority the slow ascent to height will produce minimum
effects. The most important attribute for any adventure travel trip is positive attitude.
Documents required to ride/travel in India:
You are required to bring your travel insurance policy with you on the tour. Please print
two copies, one for yourself and hand over one copy to the tour operator upon arrival.
Please ensure it has the address and contact details of the travel insurance company
on it. Without these documents you will not be able to take part in the tour as your
safety is our primary concern.
Documents required for restricted area permit:
its mandatory to carry the copy of passport, copy of visa, 4 passport size photos to get
issue the restricted area permit to complete the last challenging ride till mighty
Khardungala pass elevated 5600mtrs.
Environment and Culture:
The Himalayas have a very fragile environment and it is our special concern and
Endeavour to protect and preserve the existing ecology. We are also sensitive to local
cultures and traditions and make special efforts to sensitize all our clients on this matter.
The Himalayan Frontier escorts:
All Himalayan Frontiers tours / treks are escorted by professional guides who are
chosen for their experience of mountains , knowledge of the outdoors, local culture and
ability to communicate with foreign clients.

Sharewood can also provide for:

  • Airline ticket office
  • Transfers on site
  • Reservation of any extra nights (aside from the selected package)
  • Cancellation insurance policy
  • “Assistance / Medical / Luggage” insurance policy