Chang La Pass Is The World Third Highest Mountain Pass In Ladakh, India. Chang La Is Approached From Leh Via Kharu And Sekti Village By Asphalt Road. The Climbs Over Here Are Very Steep And Requires A Very Careful Drive. Summer Is Said To Be The Most Entact Season For Tourists, Small Streams Appear Across The Road. The Descent From Chang La Towards Tangtse Or Darbuk Are Very Steepy. Owing To Its High Altitude It Is Recommended Not To Stay At The Top For More Than 20 To 30 Minutes As It Could Be Detrimental Of Health. The Literal Meaning Of Chang La Is "Pass In The South". The Chang La Pass Is The Main Gateway For The Changthang Plateau Situated In The Himalayas. Some People Have A False Myth That The Pass Is Named After A Monk Named Chang La But There Are No Such Evidences Found. Here One Can Find The World's Highest Research Station Which Was Established By Defense Research And Development Organization Functional Here A Natural Site Seeing Place To Enjoy To The Fullest.

Stone Mark Of World's Third Highest Mountain Pass "Chang La Pass"

World's Third Highest Mountain Pass "Chang La Pass"


  • Chang La Pass, Ladakh, 194201

How To Reach- 

  • Almost 80 Km From Leh City. Buses, Taxis And Motorcycles Are Available To Reach Here. Motorcycles Are Available On Rent From Local Service Providers.

Local Languages-

  • Bhoti (Ladakhi Or Tibetan)

Local Food-

  • Noodles, Thokpa, Momos, Sku, Khambir And Other Dishes.

Local Transport-

  • Taxi And Buses


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