If you thought, that after crossing Spiti and a frozen Lahaul we would rest, you were wrong! Right after our snow and ice adventure we started to cycle the famous Manali – Leh highway. As soon as we entered it we realized, that we were not alone any more – it was crowded and loud, […]Continue Reading


The last section of our circuit (before reaching the Manali – Leh Highway) was the upper part of the Lahaul Valley. While passing through Losar – last village before the Kunzum Pass, locals had warned us about the road conditions there. We knew that the road is closed for the traffic and it was only […]Continue Reading


During our stay in Kaza (Spiti valley) we went for a short trip and visited a small village called Kibber. It used to be the highest village with a paved  road (questionable) and electricity some years ago (now there are other villages somewhere in Tibet with those luxuries). Anyway – we found Kibber to be […]Continue Reading


Where Kinnaur ends, Spiti starts. The valley is famous of its dryness – even during the Monsoon the rain falls really rarely there. The area is inhabited by Tibetan Buddhists, and it is famous of many ancient monasteries. As we travelled up the valley, we felt like not being in India any more. Tibetan influence […]Continue Reading


We came to India to cycle the high mountains, and we knew from the beginning that Ladakh on the North of the country would be our destination. To get there, one must take the famous Manali – Leh Higway, a road that is well known for its High passes (way over 5000m), spectacular views and […]Continue Reading