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6-Day Himalayan Ladakh Tour: Buddhist Monasteries Lakes and Yaks from Leh
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Reviewed yesterday

Second highest Motorable road which comes between Leh to Pangong Tso, It was beautiful. I wanted to cover all highest passes and i was here as well.

Thank ruchi_smile
Reviewed yesterday

the third highest motor able pass in world. good amount of fun one will have with snacks at the same time.

Thank Siddharthg86
Reviewed 5 days ago

The Chang La (elevation 5,360 m or 17,590 ft) is a high mountain pass in Ladakh. It is claimed to be the second highest motorable road in the world. The stretch of 10-15 km road on either side from Chang la is loose dirt and...More

Thank SahilChrungu
Reviewed 1 week ago

Passed by and stopped here on the way to Pangong Tso, it was beautiful - and I had delicious tea here!

Thank Roohani1992
Reviewed 1 week ago

I liked being at Khardungla more than this because it was actually different experience, but somehow Changla pass didnt give the same feeling, even though being the 2nd highest motorable road.

Thank shrutikshatriya17
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Wow! What a place! This is world's third highest motorable road en route to Pangong Lake @ 17,590 ft. Such a scenic place, you just can't afford to miss out on taking beautiful pictures! Also, you can even enjoy by throwing snow balls at each...More

1  Thank sagarmoondra
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We all drove through this pass from Pangong lake to Leh. It was raining and there were landslides in a couple of places along the way. Scary but very photogenic.

Thank Arunverma
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Found on way to Pangong Tso, this is one of the highest motorable road in world. Climate is erratic and very unpredictable. Weather literally changes every 15 minutes. Stay warm and dont over do physical actiivity as you might fall serious ill as this has...More

Thank kspanja
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is the 3rd highest mountain pass which we had to pass to reach Pangong Tso lake. We went there in mid July and after reaching on the top we faced heavy snowfall that’s why we didn’t stay there for long. It was our day...More

Thank TuhinaPanja
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

You would cross this pass on your way to the Pangong Lake. It gets pretty cold and chilly due to the high winds and altitude and it's not recommended to spend more than a few minutes at this pass. It is usually snow clad on...More

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August 17, 2017|
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Response from abhay60 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry! You can't witness snowfall but you may definitely find snow at some places. any make a programme its a lovely place.