The Road Leh to Jammu and Kashmir

One of the Dangerous road in India, This picturesque track is located in the northwest of India, and connects the city of Leh to Jammu and Kashmir. Road condition terrible. It is hard to imagine how her oncoming cars are leaving. Compounding the situation is that the track runs at an altitude of 3529 meters. Fans of extreme and active travel is not always dare to such a rise, and many Indian drivers have to travel this road daily.

Let’s “ride” on it and see for yourself …

The Road Leh to Jammu

The pass is the second highest in India. People do not live there, and vice versa animals feel comfortable in the highlands. As we approach the Ladakh landscapes are becoming increasingly deserted, contrasting with the green paint of Kashmir.

It often happens that one side of the pass the sun is shining, and the other for several days continuously pouring rain. The road to the pass is narrow and one-sided, so the trucks can not go immediately to both parties. A few hours drive through there, and the next few back.

Season opening of the road is at the end of May and ends in late October, sometimes depending on the weather be extended for a couple of weeks. At any time, the pass from 16.00 to 4.00 am is closed.

Leh-to-Jammu-02Pass 9 km from Sonamarga and plays an important role in traveling from Kashmir to Ladakh. Naperevale road rises to 3528, and on-Lehskom Srinagar highway is the second highest mountain pass is closed after Fotu La.Chasto winter border roads organization (BRO) is trying to clear the pass of snow dlyaorganizatsii movement, but it is not always possible. During the War of 1947, Zoji La was occupied by the Pakistani armed forces for an attack on Ladakh. November 1st Infantry Indians to attack repulsed the pass, the battle was called “Operation Buffalo,” Indians have been successful due to the unexpected use of armored vehicles, is the most high-battle with the use of technology in the world.

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