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Himalayan Odyssey

The 18th edition of the Royal Enfield Himalayan Odyssey will be flagged off from India Gate on July 2nd, 2022. We’re calling out to all those who would love to ride on an exciting terrain while navigating through empty stretches of pristine landscape, rock strewn pathways and traversing the highest mountain passes to join this one of a kind ride. Himalayan Odyssey 2022 will witness 70 riders from all over the world participate in the most memorable motorcycling journey of their lifetime. This 18-day adventure ride will traverse approx 2700 km leaving you in awe of the beauty this region offers, and will make you come back for more.

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Temperature

+35 to 1 degree

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Altitude

709 ft to 19024 ft MSL

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Distance

2700 kms

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Date

June 30th - 18th July 2022

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Price

Individual : INR 55,000 Couple : INR 1,10,000

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Destination

Umling La

Key places of Himalayan Odyssey

Follow The Ride

Day 05

Day 06

Day 07

Day 08

Day 09

Day 10

Day 11

Day 12

Day 13

Day 14

Day 15

Day 16

Day 17

Day 18

Day 19

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Day 05

Manali - Jispa

A short ride of around 100 km through the Atal Tunnel to Jispa in the Lahaul valley of Himachal Pradesh. Atal tunnel is the longest highway single-tube tunnel above 10,000 feet (3,048 m) in the world.  30 km before Jispa is the village, Tandi which has the last fueling station before Leh where you would tank up.

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Day 06

Jispa to Sarchu

After a hearty breakfast in the lap of nature, you start riding towards Sarchu. The scenery also changes from lush green forests into vast expanses and high mountains. Riders will be riding 85 km on day 5.

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Day 07

Sarchu to Leh

As you head towards Leh, you would leave Lahaul district of Himachal Pradesh to enter the Ladakh region. An eventful ride of 6 days brings you to the mecca of every motorcyclist, Leh on this day, crossing the legendary Gata Loops (a series of 22 hairpin bends), a long 50 kms of smooth tarmac from Pang through More plains nestled between barren land and mountains including 2 of the mountain passes – Tanglang La & Lachung La

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Day 08

Rest Day at Leh

Reaching Leh marks the end of a significant chapter of the Himalayan Odyssey and what better thing to do than to soak in the sights and sounds of this beautiful town and the region. After a week’s long ride, the best thing for you to do would be to take a break and visit the recommended places like, the Leh palace, monasteries, Shanti stupa and scour the local market for memorabilia and trinkets and savour the local delicacies.

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Day 09

Leh to Loma

After a day’s rest, you would start your ride towards Loma. It is located on the banks of the Indus river. A total of 200 Kms of the ride on day 8. Loma is situated at 13,710 ft and offers soothing naturistic sights with vast plains that define the place. Loma will hold the first camping night of the Himalayan Odyssey 2022.

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Day 10

Loma - Umling la - Loma

Umling La is situated at 19,300 ft and it is the world’s highest motorable road and pass. This road was completed by the Border Roads Organization of India. Riders will be doing 100 Kms to & fro this day.

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Day 11

Loma to Leh

You would chart back your route to Leh for the second leg of the Himalayan Odyssey 2022. This is the northmost you would get on this ride and now begins the journey back.

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Day 12

Leh to Sarchu

You would get to ride on More Plains once again, a 50 km stretch of flatlands at an elevation of 15,000 feet with a flat and smooth tarmac flanked by mountain ranges on both sides. A photographer’s delight, this place will give you opportunities for some of the best group photos and shots one can have, as it has vast desolate expanses all around.

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Day 13

Sarchu to Keylong

After a hearty breakfast in the lap of nature, you start riding towards Keylong. The scenery also changes from high mountains to the lush green forests. Riders will be covering 110 km on day 12.

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Day 14

Keylong to Kaza

This will be the most adventurous and unpredictable day of the ride as you would ride on all kinds of terrain and face back-to-back water crossings, before navigating across Kunzum La to reach the town of Kaza. This has been the nemesis of many a rider but as a team you would strive to make it fun even in the face of adversity. This place marks your entry into the scenic Spiti valley of Himachal.

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Day 15

Rest day at Kaza

Kaza is surrounded by mountain ranges on all sides and is popular for the spectacular Key Monastery and fascinating high-altitude villages including Kibber, Langza & Komic. Don’t forget to send yourself a postcard from the highest post office of the world in Hikkim Village.

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Day 16

Kaza to Kalpa

After a well-deserved and eventful rest day at Kaza you would enter into the final stages of our ride towards Kalpa. We ride along the Satluj river with beautiful roads cut through the mountains that make riding even more pleasurable. Kapla gives you a magnificent view of Kinner Kailash peak and is known for its apple orchards around the world.

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Day 17

Kalpa to Narkanda

After several days of off-road terrain you would hit the tarmac surrounded by pine & spruce trees on the penultimate day of the ride on your way towards Narkanda.

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Day 18

Narkanda to Chandigarh

On the final day, you ride back towards the plains to reach Chandigarh where the ride comes to an end. And with that, a lifelong pursuit of exploration begins in every rider. The end of an Epic Ride is marked by Certificate Distribution and a small celebration.

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Day 19

Chandigarh

This day you would check out of the hotel and start your journey back to your homes.

Follow The Ride

Day 05

Day 06

Day 07

Day 08

Day 09

Day 10

Day 11

Day 12

Day 13

Day 14

Day 15

Day 16

Day 17

Day 18

Day 19

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Day 05

Narkanda to Kalpa

This is the day when you would start ascending into the mountains. You will be welcomed by some breath-taking views of snow-capped peaks and azure skies on our way to Kalpa. Riders will be covering 170 km.

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Day 06

Kalpa to Kaza

After a hearty breakfast in the lap of nature, you start riding towards Kaza via Nako and Tabo. Kaza is known for its colorful festivals and the ancient Sakya Tangyud Monastery. Kaza is situated at an elevation of 12,500 ft.

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Day 07

Rest day at Kaza

Kaza is surrounded by mountain ranges on all sides and is popular for the spectacular Key Monastery and fascinating high-altitude villages including Kibber, Langza & Komic. Don’t forget to send yourself a postcard from the highest post office of the world in Hikkim Village

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Day 08

Kaza to Keylong

This will be the most adventurous and unpredictable day of the ride as you would ride on all kinds of terrain and face back-to-back water crossings. This has been the nemesis of many a rider but as a team you would strive to make it fun even in the face of adversity.

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Day 09

Keylong to Sarchu

After a hearty breakfast in the lap of nature, you start riding towards Sarchu. The scenery also changes from lush green forests to high mountains. Riders will be covering 110 km on day 8.

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Day 10

Sarchu to Leh

As you head towards Leh, you would leave Lahaul district of Himachal Pradesh to enter the Ladakh region. An eventful ride of 6 days brings you to the mecca of every motorcyclist, Leh on this day, crossing the legendary Gata Loops (a series of 22 hairpin bends), a long 50 kms of smooth tarmac from Pang through More plains nestled between barren land and mountains including 2 of the mountain passes – Tanglang La & Lachung La.

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Day 11

Leh to Loma

After a day’s rest, you would start your ride towards Loma. It is located on the banks of the Indus river. A total of 200 Kms of the ride. Loma is situated at 13,710 ft. Loma offers soothing naturistic sights with vast plains that define the place. Loma will be the first camping night of the Himalayan Odyssey 2022.

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Day 12

Loma - Umling La - Loma

Umling La is situated at 19,300 ft and it is the world’s highest motorable road and pass. This road was recently completed by the Border Roads Organization of India. Riders will be doing 100 Kms to & fro this day.

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Day 13

Loma to Leh

You would chart back your route to Leh for the second leg of the Himalayan Odyssey 2022. This is the northmost you would get on this ride and now begins the journey back.

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Day 14

Rest day at Leh

Reaching Leh marks the end of a significant chapter of the Himalayan Odyssey and what better thing to do than to soak in the sights and sounds of this beautiful town and the region. After a week’s long ride, the best thing for you to do would be to take a break and visit the recommended places like, the Leh palace, monasteries, Shanti stupa and scour the local market for memorabilia and trinkets and savour the local delicacies.

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Day 15

Leh to Sarchu

You would get to ride on More Plains once again, a 50 km stretch of flatlands at an elevation of 15,000 feet with a flat and smooth tarmac flanked by mountain ranges on both sides. A Photographer’s delight this place will give you opportunities for some of the best group photos and shots one can have as it has vast desolate expanses all around.

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Day 16

Sarchu to Jispa

After a hearty breakfast in the lap of nature, you start riding towards Jispa. The scenery also changes from high mountains to lush green forests. Riders will be covering 85 km on day 15.

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Day 17

Jispa to Manali

A short ride of around 100 km through the Atal Tunnel to Manali in the Northern End of Kullu valley of Himachal Pradesh. Atal tunnel is the longest highway single-tube tunnel above 10,000 feet (3,048 m) in the world.

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Day 18

Manali to Chandigarh

On the final day, you ride back towards the plains to reach Chandigarh where the ride comes to an end. And with that, a lifelong pursuit of exploration begins in every rider. The end of an Epic Ride is marked by Certificate Distribution and a small celebration.

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Day 19

Chandigarh

This day you would check out of the hotel and start your journey back to your homes.

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