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5 Most Dangerous Roads In Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh

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People fond of adventure often go on road trips. There are many roads in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh which people think 10 times before walking on them. Accidents occur on these roads, but even those who are fond of road trips do not desist from traveling on them. Expert drivers are also afraid to walk on these roads. Here we are going to tell you about 5 Most Dangerous Roads In Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, which also require good luck with driving skills and courage to drive.

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Joji La Pass

Joji La Pass is one of the most dangerous roads in India. The eyelid does not blink that the Banda will drip directly below a height of 3,538 meters. This road falls on the way from Srinagar to Leh. This pass connects Ladakh and Kashmir. It is located in a very difficult geographical region, where the temperature goes down to minus -45 °C. The roads here are full of mud on normal days. At the same time, this road becomes even more dangerous due to snowfall.

Kishtwar-Kailash

The road is part of National Highway 244, which runs along the Chenab River. Athletic Mick Flower told of his journey with his climbing partner Paul Ramsden about this very dangerous road. He did this journey in the year 2013. He told about this that if you hurry on this road, then God is the master of your life.

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Chang la pass

Chang La Pass connects Ladakh with Tibet. Through this road, the chute of the drivers is tied. Chang La is covered with snow throughout the year. If you are going here, then definitely take medical kit and warm clothes, because there is no place for Chang La season. Apart from the weather, the height of this road also makes it dangerous. Its approximate height is about 17,585 feet.

Khardung La Pass

The army is closely monitored on this dangerous road. Good drivers are left sweating while driving here. At Khardung La Pass you enter from Nubra Valley. This road remains closed from October to May. It is one of the highest motorable roads in the world and has an estimated elevation of about 18,379 feet.

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Leh-Manali Highway, Rohtang Pass

This pass connecting Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh is known as Rohtang Pass or Rohtang Pass. Walking on this road is a big test of your patience because this road is always jammed, and you move at the speed of a turtle. Accidents are common on this road during the snowfall season. There are mountains on both sides of this highway. After snowfall, traveling on this road becomes more dangerous.

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