Changla Pass, Ladakh
Categories: Scenic Drives, Outdoor Activities, Tourist Spots
At an altitude of 5,360 m (17,590 ft) above sea level, explore Changla Pass--the third-highest drivable road in the world. Maintained and guarded by the Indian Army, the pass remains open throughout the year, except during the clearing of snow. Examine the remarkable panoramic view of the snow-capped Himalayas, and visit nearby landmarks including two lakes, a valley, and a monastery. Take necessary precautions while visiting this area, since it can get extremely cold and hard to adapt to low oxygen levels. Wear very warm clothing with covered ears and appropriate footwear at all times. With our international travel planner, Hemis attractions like Changla Pass can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Leave early in the morning , but dont forget to on the way for some mouth watering parathas just at the foothills. Manned by our armed forces, a journey which has mountains and plains both competing f... read more »
Visited Pangong lake and on the way crossed Changla pass. It is recommend not to stay there for more Than 15-20 minutes as oxygen level is very low. Some tourists carry oxygen cylinders but it is not ... read more »
We visited on july 2016, place was cold that time and windy with little rain but not too much cold. It is on the way to Chantang valley, Tso moriri lake. Very less oxygen,Keep oxygen cylinder in your ... read more »
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