By : Kunal Thakurani

10 Jaw-Dropping Mountain Passes  in India

Rohtang Pass, Himachal Pradesh

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Gateway to Lahaul and Spiti Valley, Rohtang Pass offers breathtaking landscapes and challenging terrain, making it a haven for adventure enthusiasts.

Khardung La, Ladakh

Crowned as one of the world's highest motorable passes, Khardung La provides awe-inspiring vistas of the Ladakh range, making it a dream destination for bikers.

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Zoji La, Jammu and Kashmir

Connecting Srinagar to Leh, Zoji La is a treacherous pass with steep ascents, making it a thrilling ride through the scenic beauty of the Himalayas.

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Mana Pass, Uttarakhand

Nestled near the India-China border, Mana Pass is known for its challenging trek, taking adventurers through untouched landscapes and ancient trade routes.

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Nathu La, Sikkim

Offering a historic trade route to Tibet, Nathu La stands at an elevation of 14,140 feet and provides a surreal panorama of the Himalayan peaks.

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Marsimik La, Ladakh

Accessible only during a short window in summer, Marsimik La is one of the world's highest motorable passes, offering an adrenaline-pumping expedition.

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Chang La, Ladakh

Renowned for its steep ascent and sharp curves, Chang La is the third-highest motorable pass globally, providing an exhilarating journey and breathtaking views.

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Sela Pass, Arunachal Pradesh

Surrounded by pristine lakes and snow-capped peaks, Sela Pass offers a thrilling drive through the Eastern Himalayas, reaching an altitude of 13,700 feet.

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