Motorbiking In Himalayas

Indian Himalayas is home to everything: a good quality life and adventure. With world’s highest network of roads, going as high as 5,300+ meter above the sea level, offroading and adventure has a new definition here.

If you think life in India is all crazy and mental, think again. Because not every place is bustling with life here. Some places are pretty jungle too. Location: Kullu Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
With half a kilometer fall looking straight into your eyes, it takes a certain amount of madness to be riding on these roads. Location: Paddar Valley, Jammu & Kashmir.
The deeper you travel in the Himalayas, the further you move from any trace of civilization. Here alliance and fraternity have no meaning. Location: Bhaderwah Valley, Jammu & Kashmir.
Roads in Himalaya offer pretty much everything — smooth roads, gravel, big towns, open valleys, deep and suffocating gorges, you name it. All you need is a heart of desire and a will to explore. Location: Pangi Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
At 4000 meters above sea level, oxygen level drops so much that even finding trees becomes a rarity. Move a kilometer or two more (above the sea level) and you won’t find any traces of green. Location: Bhaderwah Valley, Jammu & Kashmir.
At 4,500 meters above sea level and with a steep fall, always running parallel to you on your either side, riding has a new meaning. Location: Patnitop, Jammu & Kashmir.
On roads like these, it is not the distance but the terrain and the hurdles that decide the time it may take to get you from one point to another. Location: Chopta Valley, Uttarakhand.
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