Located in the beautiful state of Himachal Pradesh, Rohtang Pass is 53 km far from Manali connecting Kullu Valley with Lahaul and Spiti that in turn provides access to Leh. The beautiful location is known for its scenic beauty. The beautiful pass is on the Pir Panjal Mountain Range that also serves as the gateway to Pangi and the Valley of Leh. Moreover, it also serves as the gateway to Ladakh.
The beautiful location is famous and of course visited by thousands of tourists for its glaciers, peaks, Lahaul Valley, Chandra River and visibility of Twin Peaks of Geypan. It is also famous for sledge riding, skiing and different adventure games.
Best Time to See
The beautiful location in Himachal Pradesh remains open from June to October and then closes. Trekkers and adventure sports enthusiasts prefer to pass even before it opens for vehicular traffic.
Where to Stay and Eat?
As far as accommodation options in the beautiful area are concerned, they are plentiful unless you bring you own tent and set up camp by the roadside. You can also stay in Manali as it is at the distance of 53 km that takes hardly one and half hour to cover. We at Himachal Tourism Guide offers luxurious accommodation options to stay and enjoy your holidays in a memorable way.
How to Reach Rohtang Pass?
By Air: Bhuntar Airport at the distance of 104 km is the nearest airport with regular flights from Delhi. You can take a bus or taxi from airport to Rohatang Pass.
By Train: Jogindr Nagar at the distance of 103 km is nearest railway station. You can take a taxi or bus from railway station to this destination.
By Road: Manali is at the distance of 50 km and well connected to road to reach Rohatang Pass. Keylong is the main point to reach by road that is well connected to Manali.