India's Top 7 High Mountain Passes

#2 Chang La Pass


At an elevation of 5,425 m (17,794 ft), chang La Pass is one of the highest mountain passes in India and a route to Pangong Lake from Leh. It is the third highest motorable road in the world which connects Indua velley to Pangong Lake region. The pass, nevertheless is difficult for animals because of the quality of the road. The tribes of this icy region are known as ChangPa or Chang-Pa.

#3 Debsa Pass


Known for the rarefied air and brutal cold temperatures, the Debsa Pass is a high mountain pass of 5,360-metre (17,590 ft) in the Himalayas mountains that connects the Kullu and Spiti valley of Himachal Pradesh. The Spiti valley is a beautiful desert mountain land between India and Tibet. The pass runs around the Parbati river valley in Kullu.
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