Total tour distance: 345 miles
Daily tour distance: 32 miles
Difficulty: 80 / 100
Unventured’s cycling expedition starts from Manali, Himachal Pradesh and traverses through the lower Himalayan range to reach Leh the capital city of the Ladakh. This journey includes 470 kms of cycling (90 km additionally to KhardungLa pass in Leh).
This 15 day expedition packs the right mix of adventure and exploration. You will experience stretches that challenge your limits, sceneries that indulge your senses and engagements that expose you to the local culture.Unventured_Cycling through snow
Early part of the tour focuses on the cycling adventure sifting through FOUR high altitude passes. As we move along, you will be smitten by the regional culture and the last few days are reserved to revel at the splendor of Ladakh and its Buddhist culture.
Not to forget, this expedition also involves falling in love with the Pangong Tso lake.
Distance: 550 kms
No of Days: 15
No of Participants: 12
Accommodation: A combination of personal tents, community tents and lodges/rooms
Food: Full-fledged mobile kitchen and offering nutritious food
Who can do this tour?
This is a tour for anyone who seeks and adventure, is committed to practicing and preparing for an adventure of a lifetime. At Unventured we offer participants all necessary support, training, guidance and practice information to prepare for the tour.
Unventured_Regional cultureEssence of Unventured expeditions:
Spirit of adventure and travel
Thrill of discovery
Meticulous planning & detail to safety
We are meticulous in our planning and logistics. So you can LIVE every moment of the adventure; undisturbed, undistracted and unperturbed. Cycling Support:
The expedition will be supported by a well trained mechanic, and a full repair kit with essential spares.
We will also be carrying a back-up cycle so that nobody misses out on the riding experience should their bike have a serious breakdown.
A full sized first aid kit including oxygen canisters will be carried during the trip.
Our tour leaders have appropriate wilderness first-aid training and are experienced in dealing with common medical conditions associated with adventure travel.