9 Interesting Facts About Leh-Ladakh , nobody Knows
Ladakh is such an attractive area that people call it the country of the moon. Many mountains located here are extremely high and huge. The white snow on them attracts tourists a lot. Creates cracks in the chest of the mountain, countless passes of the world i.e. the pass
1. Ladakh is one such region of India which is situated in the Himalayan valleys in the far north of India. It is a great place for climbers and adventure lovers due to its natural and icy plains. Come, today we will tell you some such exciting facts related to Ladakh, which will make you want to travel to this place.
2. Ladakh is the highest city in India, which consists of Suru and Janskar valle
3. Ladakh is the only place in India where you will get to see two hump camels which you will not see anywhere else in India. It is basically in large numbers in Australia, while it is the main attraction of the Nurba Valley of Ladakh.
4. Ladakh not only in India but also in the mysterious places of the world, there is a famous magnetic hill where the trains themselves slide up the slope from the valley. This place is located on the Leh-Kargil Srinagar National Highway, 30 km from Leh, at a height of 11,000 feet above sea level.
5. Ladakh is the only place in India where you will get to see two hump camels which you will not see anywhere else in India. It is basically in large numbers in Australia, while it is the main attraction of the Nurba Valley of Ladakh.
6. Dadakh (Ladakh) is the highest altitude area of Kashmir state which is spread over 3000 meters.
7. Pangog Lake in Ladakh is the highest altitude saltwater lake in the world. It is situated at an elevation of 4350 meters. In winter, this lake freezes despite having saline water. You must have seen the views of this lake at the end of Aamir Khan's famous film 3 Idiots.
8. The main sport of Ladakh is ice hockey which is played here on the natural ice which accumulates during the snowfall between December and February.
9. There are two main routes to Ladakh, in which a Srinagar road is a traditional route and this has been the way to go to Ladakh for years. The second is the Manali-Leh highway, which is a new highways. This route can only be reached between May to September, in the remaining time this route is covered with snow, but Ladakh can be reached in less time by this route.