Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso via Wari La

by Vargis.Khan

Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso via Wari La

Wari La is a high altitude pass in Ladakh region, situated at an altitude of 17,400 feet. It is one of those lesser known passes that are nowadays getting a lot of attention. Earlier, people used to return to Leh from Nubra and reach Pangong the next day however, these days almost everyone wants to head straight to Pangong from Nubra and cross Wari La on their way. I have off-late received lots of emails from people asking whether they should include Wari La in their itinerary, how tough is Wari La to cross, when does Wari La open, what kind of vehicle should be used to cross Wari La, can Wari La be done on motorcycles, and what are some of the precautions they should take while attempting Wari La. I will try to cover these questions in this article for everyone’s benefit however if you have any further query, please feel free to comment and ask.




One thing about Wari La that everyone should know is that it is not your usual high altitude pass that you would have covered so far in your trip to Ladakh. This pass is different and way more difficult. The last 20 kms of the ascent is so steep that it is enough to have you popping open the bonnet of even a 4×4 vehicle. Add to that the fact that there are several water crossings involved and the road is considerably bad. At the end of the climb, your vehicle would whimper and you would sweat, no matter how cold it is. And the climb is even tougher when you do it from Nubra valley’s side. You would rarely find anyone travelling on this road and for most of the journey you would be alone. There is no village where you can even get something to eat after Khalsar until Sakti, after crossing Wari La. If your vehicle breaks down, you would definitely be in trouble so take a very calculative risk.

Below is a map of the route you would be taking to cross Wari La. Click on the image below to view in full size or right click and save it to your hard disk.

 

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Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso via Wari La

After crossing Khalsar village, you need to take the road towards Village Agam, leaving the upper route going towards Khardung La. Once you reach Agam, you will be at a bifurcation where the road left would take you to Shyok village. The road towards right is the one the one you need to take to reach Wari La.

 

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Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso via Wari La

Your biggest worry when it comes to Wari La is the steep ascent. You would have crossed several passes so far in your Ladakh trip so make your best judgment. If your vehicle struggled at any of the previous passes, then you need to give up the idea of attempting Wari La. If you are travelling in a hatchback or a sedan then do not even think about taking this route. For Wari La, if you have a 4×4 vehicle then nothing like it but for a 2×4 drive, you really need a SUV and even that would struggle at several places. You also need to be confident of your driving skills and if some of the roads you encountered so far made your face turn white, you are better off not crossing Wari La at all. If you have a front wheel drive SUV like Mahindra XUV, chances are that it would not be able to climb up all the way.

Also read: Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso via Agham Shyok Road

For motorcycles, you really need an Enfield 350 or 500 CC for this road. At least I haven’t seen any other bike on this road. I came across a couple of guys on FZ and Pulsar 220 going back to Agam because after a certain point their motorcycles just refused to climb any further. Even with a Royal Enfield, travel solo and travel light. Do not carry a pillion leave your extra luggage back at the hotel at Leh if you can. If you are on a rented bike, the rule is plain and simple, DO NOT go towards Wari La.

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Nubra Valley to Pangong Tso via Wari La

The next question is, when does Wari La open? It is one of the passes that receive snow almost the entire year due to which it opens very late and closes pretty soon. It usually is declared open towards mid or end of July and remains so until late September or early October.

Do you need any passes for Wari La? Answer is No. You do not need an ILP or any other permit to attempt Wari La. All that you need is a solid vehicle, good driving or riding skills and nerves of steel.

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g s Bhatia June 3, 2019 - 3:39 am

V will reach 25 June morning by plane at 8 Am. Return on 29 Morning from Leh. It’s family tour with kids. Please plan accordingly and suggest how v see main places as it’s only 4 day’s tour. Thanks

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mihir August 16, 2018 - 5:58 am

Hi Vargis, Is Kela-Tso near changLa pass accesible ?

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Vargis.Khan August 16, 2018 - 6:31 am

Yes it is but you will have to trek a little bit. Don’t bother though, it isn’t that scenic. More like just a water body.

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mihir August 16, 2018 - 6:46 am

Better to skip then ..Thanks a lot 🙂

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Vargis.Khan August 16, 2018 - 12:38 pm

You are welcome !!! 🙂

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Shivani Priyadarshini June 13, 2018 - 9:37 am

Hi Vargis,

We are 5 adults travelling to Leh on 29th June.Our itinerary is as below.

1 st Day- Stay at Leh (30/06/2018)
2nd Day- Stay at Leh (01/07)
3rd Day- Leh – Nubra Valley & Stay @ Nubra (02/07)
4th Day- Nubra – Pangong & stay @Pangong (03/07)
5th Day- Pangong – Leh & stay (04/07)
6th Day- Leh – Kargil Stay (06/07)
7th Day- Kargil – Srinagar via Sonmarg, Srinagar Stay (07/07) – Houseboat
8th Day- Srinagar- Gulmarg – Srinagar & Stay (08/07)
9th Day- Srinagar – Pahalgam – Srinagar & Stay (08/07)
10th Day- Srinagar to Back (09/07)

So we are planning to go to Pangong from Nubra. Please suggest if it is safe to go directly on 3rd July.

Thanks
Shivani

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Vargis.Khan June 13, 2018 - 4:00 pm

Hi Shivani – Yes it is safe. You are OK to go.

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Shivani Priyadarshini June 13, 2018 - 4:11 pm

But I haerd it’s difficult to go via shyok river as river water may come on road..so we are bit confused now.

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Tej April 21, 2018 - 5:41 pm

Hi Vargisbhai,

We 2 friends will be driving Innova (Old version) on Leh-Nubra-Pangong-Leh route from 11th June to 14th June. Is it safe to drive through Wari La as we are only two persons. What kind of weather we will experience when travelling through said route during mentioned dates? Please advise.

Thanks,

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Vargis.Khan April 22, 2018 - 5:40 am

Hi Tej Bhai – Weather will OK and the route is open as well. Problem however will be the steep climb of Wari La and it will definitely need some good driving skills to get your Innova to the top.

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niranjan April 16, 2018 - 1:06 pm

Hello Vargis,

I am planning to travel to Leh in May-June 2018, (May last week and June 1st week). I have planned a road trip from Pune and will be travelling in a Mahindra TUV 300 with my wife. Please advise if I plan to go to Lukung/Spangmik directly from Diskit, which route should I take, considering the vehicle which I will be travelling in and that we are only two travellers.

1. via Leh
2. via Wari La
3. via Shyok

Looking forward to receiving your advise on the same.

Thank you, in advance 🙂

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Vargis.Khan April 16, 2018 - 8:08 pm

Hi Niranjan, Take the Shyok route if it is open and if not, then come back to Leh please.

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niranjan April 17, 2018 - 4:19 am

Thank you for the advice…!! I will try out the Shyok route, will keep you posted o the route once I actually reach there 🙂

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Vargis.Khan April 17, 2018 - 3:42 pm

You are welcome !!!

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Arvind February 26, 2018 - 4:28 pm

2 people on 1 royal enfield classic 350? (approx 350kgs in all including driver and pillion weight) will that be a problem? can we go through wari la from nubra to pangong?

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Vargis.Khan February 26, 2018 - 4:45 pm

Yes it may be a problem. Better take the Agham Shyok road for this journey.

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Dhiraj Mahindra April 24, 2018 - 6:16 am

Sequel: I have an Electra 350cc. From Shakti towards Changla, there is a steep incline, uneven terrain with loose sand everywhere so you wouldn’t know which way is the hard sand.. so my bullet + metal saddle carrier + luggage + pillion (my wife) = THE BULL WON’T CLIMB AN INCH. Even a 350 CC couldn’t.. then my wife decided to climb on foot (which is difficult due to less oxygen) with a bag (7-8 kgs), STILL the 350 was struggling, I remember the amount of hard work and struggle I had to do to make it climb those 100 mtrs (took around 30 mins). If the roads have been repaired (which i’m guessing, would have been done by now), then 350 can go, else it’ll struggle (there as well as when you approach Chang-La). (and I’m not novice, have done Spiti /chandratal before I attempted Leh.. oh boy, that was another level altogether, but then no matter how experienced you are, the ride has something in store for everyone)

I remember helping one of those guys out when they were ascending Chang-la (i was coming back from the other side) when his bike yielded to the incline and stopped, refused to start.. (it was a new Red Classic 350cc hired from Leh)

Prequel: I did Leh-Pangong last Sep. Initially was planning to go directly from Nubra, but at Khalsar army guys informed that the Agham route was closed as a bridge had collapsed there. So we had to go through Leh-Karu-Shakti, but again that stretch was being repaired so there was no road at all.

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Vargis.Khan April 24, 2018 - 7:18 pm

Thanks a ton Dhiraj Bhai for this valuable input.

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Dhiraj Mahindra April 26, 2018 - 7:39 am

Vargis Bhai I should thank you.. a tonne! it’s YOUR blog that i constantly followed (and still follow) before and during my Leh trip.. It had ALL the updates and information that’d be helpful. And in the mountains, you know even a single bit of info can help a great deal.

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Vargis.Khan April 26, 2018 - 4:56 pm

Thank you so much for you kind words Bhai. It means a lot. I am glad that the information posted was of help.

Thank you again.

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Kamlesh Shinde January 25, 2018 - 10:02 am

Hi Vargis,
We are planning to hire a tempo traveller from Leh.
Do you think, it is possible to go Pangong directly from Nubra via Wari La in September 2018 with a local driver in a tempo traveller with 12 people?

Thanks,
Kamlesh

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Vargis.Khan January 25, 2018 - 3:17 pm

Hi Kamlesh – Wari La in a tempo traveler will be extremely tough, I do not think any operator or driver will even agree to that. It is a bit too steep of a climb for a temp traveler with passengers. You will have to take the Agham Shyok road.

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kamlesh shinde January 25, 2018 - 4:03 pm

Thanks Vargis for the quick response.
So instead of going back to Leh, can we plan Nubra to Pangong in a day via Agham Shyok?

Any chances of this road being closed in Sept?

I am asking so that we can book the hotels accordingly.

Thanks Again 🙂

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Vargis.Khan January 25, 2018 - 4:06 pm

Correct. From Nubra, take the Agham Shyok road and you will reach Pangong in about 6 hours. Road remains open in September unless you run out of luck and it is closed at your time of travel due to any reason. In all probability (except for unforeseen circumstances), it will be open.

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Nagaraju Buguda September 3, 2017 - 2:34 pm

Hi Vargis,

Bro we are 5 people and planning on travelling with 3 bikes (Mostly Royal Enfield Thunderbird)

1. Should we go Thunderbird 350 CC or 500 CC?
2. We are planning to Nubra Valley by taking the Khardung La pass route, which is the best route and how are the road conditions?
3. Is it good idea to travel from Nubra Valley to Pangong lake? if Yes how time would it take considering RE bikes

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Vargis.Khan September 5, 2017 - 5:12 pm

Hello Nagaraju – Bhai if riding with pillion, opt for 500CC and 350CC for solo. The Khardung La pass route from Leh is just one road going towards Nubra, there is no other route there. Yes, you can travel from Nubra to Pangong and thus saving a day in between. Via Wari La, it will easily be an 8-10 hours journey. Via Shyok road, it will take you about 5-6 hours.

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Naga September 7, 2017 - 4:19 am

Thank you bhai for your suggestion

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Vargis.Khan September 8, 2017 - 5:26 pm

You are welcome Bhai

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Sumit Chatterjee August 28, 2017 - 7:37 pm

Hi VARGIS, m planning to travel from nubra to pangong via Agham Shyok on 13th of sep17 with my girlfriend & two other friends….and bike will be rented,…can you advice is it safe??

and how much time require to reach tso pangong from nubra

thanks
Sumit

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Vargis.Khan August 28, 2017 - 9:11 pm

Hi Sumit – As long as your bike is not giving any trouble and you ride slow and carefully, then yes you can take this road. It will take about 6-7 hours of travel time.

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Sumit Chatterjee August 29, 2017 - 2:12 pm

thanks for the advice bro

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Vargis.Khan August 29, 2017 - 8:34 pm

You are welcome Bhai

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Bhupinder Shandil August 8, 2017 - 12:22 pm

Hai vargis we friends group of 8 people r planning to visit leh on 1 September onwards last year my brother visited leh he said before 45 km leh we can directly approach to pangong lake via changla pass with a night halt somewhere between nd from pangong to nubra nd last to leh is it possible please advice

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Vargis.Khan August 8, 2017 - 1:43 pm

Hello Bhupinder – It was possible last year because the requirement of permit was not there. This year ILP has been reintroduced so you will have to first go to Leh and get your permits for Pangong.

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Bhupender Shandil August 16, 2017 - 7:26 am

Thanks vargis for ur reply
1Can we get inner line permit online
2 road conditions between pangong to nubra via avian shyok viilage road
3 can we drive through our swift is it ok
Please advice
Thanks

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Vargis.Khan August 16, 2017 - 1:00 pm

Hello Bhupinder – The online portal is merely for the purpose of filling out a form and taking a print out. You will have to reach Leh to make the payment and get it signed / stamped. Shyok road last I heard was closed and there is no ETA on opening. Swift is OK but I will not recommend to take it on Shyok route.

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Bhupender Shandil September 11, 2017 - 9:57 am

Hai vargis I recently visited leh from 2 Sep to 10 September
I really feel that road conditions r very good nd weather is also good but I faced a single problem that local taxi union didn’t allow even private car no without the owner of car

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Vargis.Khan September 11, 2017 - 1:12 pm

Hello Bhupender Bhai, Taxi unions are definitely a big hassle in Ladakh, they just try to find excuses to force people to rent their taxis.

About the road conditions, are you referring specifically to Wari La or the entire route?

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Thibaut August 20, 2017 - 6:08 am

Hi Vargis, do you think there is over 50% chance thé pass to be closed last week of October ? I plan a solo cycling trip to Nubra ans Pangong Tso…

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Vargis.Khan August 21, 2017 - 1:33 pm

Hi Thibaut – Yes there is a high chance that it will be closed by last week of October. Try to plan a bit early, possibly by 1st or 2nd week of October.

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Dhiraj Mahindra July 26, 2017 - 11:07 am

Hello Vargis Ji,

Is it possible to start Pangong Tso (early morning) and reach Sarchu by evening (while visiting Tso Kar on the same day) I’m not going to Tso Moriri. Just wanted to visit Tso Kar on my way back from Pangong to Sarchu.

Please let me know
Thanks
Dhiraj

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Vargis.Khan July 26, 2017 - 2:01 pm

Dheeraj Bhai it will be way too rushed a journey. Do not go to Sarchu, stay for the night at Pang or at Tso Kar itself. There are a few Chadar tents there where you can halt for the night. Next day, start by first light of the day and go straight to Manali

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Pruthviraj June 19, 2017 - 6:31 am

Hi,
we are 5people travelling in 3 bikes from pangong to nubra valley on 27th june 2017. Any suggestions with road. which is a better way to reach Nubra valley?

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Vargis.Khan June 19, 2017 - 8:30 pm

Depends on which bikes you have. If you are riding solo, your motorcycles are well maintained and you are confident that they can climb Wari la than take this route, other take the Agham Shyok road.

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tushar June 22, 2017 - 1:58 pm

hi ,
i am planning a trip of 7 days from 1st july with family members including kids aged 5 years..
please advise of my itenary…
first two days at leh itself, including local sightseeing.
third day leaving early from leh to , nubra. night stay at nubra.
fourth day early morning leaving for pongong tso , night stay in pongong tso.
fifth day early mornign leaving for leh back.

suggestions are much appreciated.

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Vargis.Khan June 22, 2017 - 8:18 pm

Hello Tushar, Your plan looks good enough. Are you planning to hire a taxi in Leh?

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Rajeev Roy June 8, 2017 - 10:40 am

Hello, We are in group of 3 with bike. Can we made it Nubra To pangong using Wari La?

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Vargis.Khan June 8, 2017 - 3:24 pm

If you are all solo riders and have good well maintained motorcycles, you will be able to make it across Wari La.

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Abhiroop Das May 7, 2017 - 6:47 pm

Hi,
Planning to do Nubra -> Pangong Tso via Warila in late September with a 2 wheel drive Scorpio. There will be two passengers (including me) in the car….
Do you think it’s a good idea?

Thanks,
Abhiroop

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Vargis.Khan May 8, 2017 - 2:08 am

Hi Abhiroop – Yes you can do it. I have been on this route in a 2×4 Innova and we were 5 of us in the car. Crossed without any problems at all.

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Sunil Dhir July 23, 2017 - 6:16 pm

Me too…hope an Ecosport should be fine also…

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Vargis.Khan July 23, 2017 - 10:38 pm

It should be, just be careful around water crossings and go slow. You do not want lose rocks bouncing and hitting the belly of your car. Trust me, it happens.

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Sunil Dhir July 24, 2017 - 9:39 am

Yes…I’ll watch out for that…just got info from an on ground friend that AGHAM-SHYOK road has been closed, so probably would have to take the Wari La route…will Chang La also fall on this?

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Vargis.Khan July 24, 2017 - 2:32 pm

Thank you for providing me this update Bhai. Yes, if you cross Wari La, you will descend down at Sakti from where you will climb up Chang La.

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Sunil Dhir July 23, 2017 - 6:28 pm

Hi Abhiroop…I will be doing it in 3rd week of September…If it is close to yours… probably we could team up….

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Abhijit March 22, 2017 - 6:06 pm

Very nice and helpful description. We are 15 riders riding on Enfield 350 and 500CC. We will be traveling from Nubra Valley to Pangong around 28June17. Plz suggest which route to take Wali La or Shoyk. Thanks in advance.

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Vargis.Khan March 23, 2017 - 3:10 am

It depends on your entirely Abhijit. Shyok route will see you at Pangong in about 5 hours from Nubra, is more challenging, dangerous even and nightmarish ride. Wari La route is longer, about 8-10 hours journey, but will take across mighty Wari La, is more scenic and except for the Wari La top which is really tough, it is more of a relaxed and enjoyable journey. Shyok route is not that scenic, just a dirt tral with stones all around and a river flowing right next to you.

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Vargis.Khan March 23, 2017 - 3:12 am

Not sure if you have already but if you haven’t read the article below about Agham Shyok road.

https://vargiskhan.com/log/agham-shyok-road/

Since you are in a large group, it is Ok to take either of the routes. Just be more careful if you travel on Agham Shyok road.

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Arun February 27, 2017 - 5:10 pm

Thanks for taking time to write such a beautiful blog !

I want to visit Pangong and timing will be last week of April( my India visit). Any recommendations ? We are party of 4 people form beginner to mid level hikers. Open for other regions if this area is not possible for April.
Alternatively do you have any suggestions for this time of the year ?

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Vargis.Khan February 28, 2017 - 12:47 am

Thanks Arun. how are you planning to reach Leh? Srinagar Leh highway may not be open at that time in which case you will have to catch a flight to Leh, is that the plan?

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Ayan September 3, 2016 - 4:31 pm

Very apt description of the Wari La pass. I read this article now after having done it last week (28-Aug-16) I had a front wheel Duster with one passenger and had to cool down with an open bonnet for 20 min near the top.
It is a very desolate drive with just 4 local cars passing by between Agham and Sakti.
There was ice in the air as well as on the road and the track is quite challenging with sharp bends and broken water crossings.

Regards,
Ayan
[email protected]
Mumbai

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Vargis.Khan September 5, 2016 - 4:07 pm

Thank you Ayan

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ravinderdasila August 31, 2016 - 12:36 pm

Hi Vargis,
We will be travelling from Leh to Turtuk on 14th september and will return to Leh next day via WariLa. We will be having 2 bullets and a local taxi. Will it be possible to cross Warila considering it be afternoon by the time we reach there?

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Vargis.Khan August 31, 2016 - 8:38 pm

Hi Ravinder – Yes you can. Just ensure that you do not make it too late.

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Rahul Kumar July 1, 2016 - 6:03 pm

Hi Vargis,
Just went through this post. If we have to avoid Diskit to Pangong Tso via Wari La. Then which route should we take if we dont want to stay at Leh ?
Would be riding CBR 250R.
Please suggest

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Vargis.Khan July 1, 2016 - 6:34 pm

You can take the Agham Shyok road Rahul

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ATHIQULLA May 20, 2016 - 10:40 am

Hi Vargis,

we are group of 3 planning for delhi to leh to delhi in JULY 2016. In the rented bikes from delhi.

Is the rented bikes allowed to travel in LEH?

Could you please clarify.

thank you for your time.

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Vargis.Khan May 21, 2016 - 2:53 am

These are allowed but to be on the safer side, do not take those bikes to nearby areas. I would highly recommend that you reach Leh on bikes rented from Delhi, leave those at the hotel and rent another bikes from Leh to visit nearby areas. I am saying this because there have been a lot of fuss in Leh last year about people visiting in self drive taxis rented from outside Leh. I know bikes would be hard to tell if rented or self owned but just be safe.

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Athiqulla.A May 23, 2016 - 8:08 am

thanks for your reply Vargis.

can you refer me some bike rentals if possible?

where they a single bike rental can get me a bike from delhi to leh and from leh, so that I don’t have to pay full rental for delhi rented bikes.

once again many thanks for your time.

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Vargis.Khan May 23, 2016 - 5:30 pm

I would not suggest that. Best advice would be to reach Leh, inquire at a few places, test the bike and only rent it if you are 100% sure that it will be able to pull the weight on steep ascents.

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ATHIQULLA. A May 30, 2016 - 5:43 am

Thanks for your reply Vargis.

is the pillon riding safe and comfortable ride from delhi to leh to delhi?

and wat precautionary measures are required for pillon riding

please suggest

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Vargis.Khan May 30, 2016 - 5:04 pm

You can take a pillion but the only concern around that would be the capabilities of the motorcycle. Rented bikes arent usually that well maintained and their engines are not that strong to pull weight of two people and luggage on ascents, specially in a terrain like Ladakh. You can do it only if you are sure about the motorcycle. Do not want to be pulling or pushing a motorcycle up there, correct?

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ATHIQULLA May 31, 2016 - 10:38 am

Again thanks for your reply.

if I start from Amritsar in evening around 6.00 to reach pathankot (121 km) is it safe for night riding.

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Vargis.Khan June 1, 2016 - 1:53 am

Until Jammu it is quite safe to ride in the night. After Jammu the hilly region starts so it gets a little risky

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athiqulla June 1, 2016 - 8:11 am

many thanks brother for your help and patience.

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Vargis.Khan June 2, 2016 - 12:44 am

You ar welcome brother

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Govindan May 3, 2016 - 2:36 am

Excellent detail.. i have been to ladakh before ..this time would like to do the nubra – pangong route. From AGam, how is the route to shyok village – Durbuk- Tangste – Pangong? Why do i have to take the wari la route? Will be travelling by a 4×4

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Vargis.Khan May 3, 2016 - 3:25 am

You do not have to take the Wari La route. Agham Shyok road is the shortest and quickest way to Pangong from Nubra. Wari La is just another route, longer and tougher and you just get to cross another pass.

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Vargis.Khan May 3, 2016 - 3:26 am

The Agham Shyok road is rough, hardly any tar, speed will be slow but can take u to Pangong within 6 hrs from Nubra.

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Pradeep Nuji July 23, 2016 - 5:17 pm

Could be you please advice me with the condition of road to Pangong from Nubra valley. We are travelling in the first week of august in bike.

Do you suggest through wari la OR through shyok?

Thanks much

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Vargis.Khan July 23, 2016 - 7:52 pm

Depends on how you are travelling … please let me know and I can advise

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Unmesh Deshpande April 25, 2016 - 8:49 am

Wow amazing description on Wari La. Can it be done on 4X4 Fortuner in June 2nd week?

Also would you help us to plan our Ladakh circuit. We are a family of 4 including 2 sons aged 21 & 11. We are from Nagpur, Maharashtra and would drive all the way to Delhi to embark upon this once in a lifetime journey. I have done the entire Lahaul & Spiti Circuit last year successfully in my Fiat Punto.

Thanks and best regards,

Unmesh
[email protected]
+9198909 35623

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Vargis.Khan April 26, 2016 - 1:45 am

Yes, it can be done in a Fortuner 4×4. I myself did it in Safari 4×4. Let me know the questions you have and I would be glad to assist in any way that I can.

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Vargis.Khan April 26, 2016 - 1:49 am

However I highly doubt that it would be open in June beginning.

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