The motorbiking devotees are especially comfortable with this magnificent passage that prompts Lahaul and Spiti valleys. Arranged at a tallness of 4551 meters above ocean level, the Kunzum Pass or Kunzum La is one of India's most elevated motorable mountain passes, and is situated in Himachal Pradesh in North India. An extensive number of bikers visit this spot to encounter the most exciting ride through the breathtaking entryway of Kunzum Pass. The place is additionally known for the Goddess Kunjum Durga/Parvati sanctuary, which is situated on the highest point of Kunzum and keeps protect over the pass and wards of the abhorrence power.The guests regularly take a series of this sanctuary to look for the endowments of Goddess Durga and visit Chandratal Lake, which is just 7 km from Kunzum Pass. This course is beautiful to the point that individuals take a stop here to enjoy photography and to see the superb Bara-Sigri Glacier, the second biggest Glacier on the planet. While biking, one can appreciate perspectives of the lofty Chandra Bhaga ranges secured with snow clad pinnacles and monstrous icy masses and the Spiti valley that has pastries like landscape. There are no traveler offices accessible here; in any case, the guests can go to the closest town 'Losar,' which is just 16 kms from Kunzum Pass, to look for convenience or restaurant offices.