help traveling to leh ladakh lahul spiti kufri shimla
i want to plan my travel in such a way tht i can include the following places : shimla manali(rohtang) kufri dharamshala dalhousie khajjiar keylong kaza chandratal kunzum pass kibber kalpa leh ladakh lahul spiti
i knw too many places at one time but i want an opinion as to how many daz will it take n if someone can gv me the route from where i can start n finish this tour. like a road map.
Start from Dalhousi, by getting down at Chakkibank station and cover Dharamsala, Chamba, Khajiar, then move to Kinnaur via Shimla proceed to Spiti then Lahaul and then crossing Barlacha move to Leh/Ladakh (Nubra/Pangong, Tsomoriri) and then either backtrack through Lahaul via Rohtang to Manali to end trip else carry on towards Zanskar, or may be through Jojila Pass via Srinagar come back to Jammu to end the trip.
Ideally you should have atleast 5/6 weeks time to do this but timing this trip is extremely difficult as Lahaul/Leh/Ladakh would be better accessible from July onwards when Western Himachal (Dharamsala/Chamba) would be lashed by monsoon. So quite meticulous planning is needed to make this a success. But it would be great trip, no doubt about that, if you have enough time to spend, that should do justice to these places :D
thnx for your valuable opinion...ur suggestion wl b vry well planned n executed.. the only concern is leh ladakh being accessible only by july.... n i guess its a good time to cover other places in march april wen its a gud time to visit shimla manali etc... bec evn if we plan now meaning in dec jan its gonna be very cold out thr... so lets c hw far i succeed ..
As I said, it's difficult to club both sides of mountains together because of heavy monsoon. One idea is to stat in begin of June from Dalhousi (before monsoon hits there) and then proceed through Kinnaur towards Spiti-Lahaul -Leh, by the time you would explore Leh, it would be atleast end of June and things should be easier there.
Else start in September but in reverse order through Jammu/Srinagar/Leh/Lahaul/Spiti/Shimla/ Chamba/Dalhousi etc. So when you would be reaching western Himachal at last part of your trip monsoon would be receded by then. But this is riskier considering quite erratic weather of September now for 3 consecutive years and also roads post monsoon would be pathetic.
thnks once again...hhmmmm so i guess its best to wrk it out in 2 different seasons... n as u sd it wud also tk 5 to 6 weeks to complete the entire tour...
Yes splitting it into two sessions make a lot of sense for sure.
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