Ladakh is already known for its high altitude mountain passes and highest motorable roads. Another feather in the cap of Ladakh is the Chang La Pass, which is the third highest motorable road in the mountains, in all the world. Perched at an altitude of 5360 m above the sea level, Chang La Pass is one of the hot spots of travel among all the adventure enthusiasts and bike riders. It is also home to the highest research station in the world that is run by Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), India.
Boasting of incredible scenic beauty, Chang La Pass is guarded and protected by the Indian Army for safety purposes. Reverberating with serenity and tranquility, the place receives heavy snowfall all throughout the year. While gurgling streams and brooks flow along in the distance during summers, the same ones freeze during the winters where people known skiing and sledging. However, it only remains open only between the months of April and October.
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