NAMIKALA PASS

Namikala pass, located at the Zanskar range that connects Srinagar- Leh highway.

Namikala Pass

Namikala pass is located at the height of 12,139 feet above the sea level is also known as the pillar of the sky passes.

Namikala pass

is situated on the way to Mulbek valley. Tourists here can see the rock carvings of Maitreya Buddha as well as a < Gompa. It is one of the most important passess in Ladakh and the last one too, before one enters the Kargil region. You will find a number of signboards giving important information. Although a barren land, but once you cross the pass you can admire the breathtaking view of the lush green surroundings and snow-covered peaks. ‘Land of the Passes’ as it is said - Ladakh is blessed with a number of beautiful and attractive passes. This is perhaps one sole reason why the endurance traveller always seeks for adventure in these regions. And

Namikala Pass

to name amongst other passes is located at the Zanskar range. A pass that stands at a height of 3,700 metre is adjacent to Srinagar- Leh highway. It offers the ventures with a plethora of sightseeing attractions and it is also situated on the way to Mulbek valley. The travellers can see a Gompa as well as a rock carving of Maitreya Buddha.

Namikala Pass

is one of the most impressive and important passes and one of the highest passes between Leh and kargil. It is a must visit place in Ladakh and it is also the last pass before entering the Kargil region.

Namikala Pass

Leh is the land of valleys and mountain passes offering breathtaking views and panorama to remember for a lifetime! There are many passes on the way to Leh and in Leh. The most famous amongst the mountain passes in Ladakh is the Khardung La pass which is the gateway to Shyok and Nubra valley. The

Chang La pass

on the way to the premiere destination in Leh; Pangong Tso, is famous for the free tea served by the Indian Army! At present, these passes have immense military importance as a mode of supply for various military facilities such as food, fuel and ammunition. These high mountain passes play a major role in the growth of the tourism industry as major tourist destinations such as Ladakh.