You can start your ride to Rohtang pass which is 3978 meters from Manali. This will be your first challenge where you will experience uncertain weather conditions and bad road rides that will often throw you off your bike.
This place is most famous for its hot steamed momos and thupka soup. You can rest here for a while and again start off to your destination.
While Crossing Baralacha La, you will notice a change in the scale of the mountains. This is where you will fall in love with the endless chain of mountains and your ride across the Sarchu Plains. You can spend your time here exploring a few local places too.
It is the second highest motorable mountain pass in the world 5300 meters. You will easily be able to find a hotel here as this place offers solitude, peace, and hospitality.
It is considered the highest motorable roads in the world 18,380 feet. It does not have many roads and is said to be the toughest pass to cross.
Nubra and Shyok are the two rivers where precipitation is inadequate. However, you will be able to witness a few apple and apricot orchards here. You can rest here for a night and can enjoy exceptional butter tea with momos and thukpa soup.
This place is well known for its hot springs that you can visit before heading east. You can find Internet cafes and carpet shops easily here.
This mountain pass is one of nature’s grandest wonders. This great Tibetan Plateau is the source of river Mekong and Yangtze.
The last place to visit is Pangong Lake which is visible after a two-hour ride on plateau roads. This largest water lake in Asia is one of the top attractions of Leh.
Once you will reach your destination, do not forget to visit Leh's cafes or strolls as even hardiest bikers rest here to rest their limbs and backs.
A bike Trip to Leh can push you both physically and mentally. But at the same time it is a once in a life time adventure. So, pack your bags and get ready to experience distinguished memories.