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Leh Ladakh in November

If you’re planning to visit Leh Ladakh in November, you should definitely do it! Although, it would also entail making plans to the last detail for the entire trip as you could meet some very harsh weather and extremely cold temperatures, apart from heavy snowfall, blocked roads and encounter other unforeseen circumstances.

Leh in November is a different challenge altogether with many of the main highways shutting down for civilian traffic, several attractions closing down and many hotels and restaurants shutting for upcoming winter months. However, if you are one of the adventurous spirited travelers looking to experience this cold desert at its most rugged, raw state, you can plan a trip here in November. Just make sure to always keep the essentials with you.

Many of the main attractions like the mesmerizing Nubra Valley and stunning Pangong Tso remain open and must be part of your Ladakh tour packages, but the freezing temperature means you will need to have certain tips up your sleeves, have a rock solid itinerary, get all the necessary inner line permits and know exactly what to carry for your trip to Ladakh in November.

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How to Reach Ladakh in November?


Manali Leh Highway in November

The Manali Leh Highway remains closed in the month of November and thus a road trip to Leh Ladakh in November from Manali will not be possible. You may find certain restrictions imposed on the road for civilian traffic from around the end of October itself.

By the time it is November, areas around the Rohtang Pass and Baralacha La get submerged under thick layers of snow. So, it is only till around the first half of the month of October that you can use the Manali Leh highway to reach Ladakh. 

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Srinagar Leh Highway in November

The Srinagar Leh Highway is used as the next option to reach Leh Ladakh in November by road once the Manali route gets closed. However, this route also gets closed to civilian traffic in the second half of November.

There have been occasions when the date has got advanced to the end of October or pushed until the beginning of December also. The decisions to open or close the roads depends completely upon the weather conditions which are largely unpredictable during this time of the year. A spell of heavy snowfall may well be enough to cut off road connectivity on either side of the highway.

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Leh Ladakh Trip in November by Flight

Taking a flight to Leh Ladakh in November is your best and safest option, when it becomes a necessity due to uncertainties related to both the highways leading to Leh. You can also decide to fly to Ladakh if you are not very confident about your driving skills in difficult conditions.

You can reach Ladakh by air all throughout the year and flights to this part of the country in winter are considerably cheaper than in the summers. Moreover, if you book your tickets for November a few months in advance, the total cost for a round trip will be much lesser than a road trip to Leh.

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Weather & Temperature in Leh Ladakh in November

November usually marks the last leg of the tourist season in Ladakh as the winter season begins to set in. By the second half of November, the weather starts becoming quite harsh and even some locals move out in search of greener pastures during the chilly winter months.

Leh temperature in November dips to around 6 to 7 degrees C during the day and at night it can even go below zero degrees. Snowfall starts around this time, further dropping temperature levels and certain water bodies begin to freeze. The average high temperature in Leh in November during the day is around 10 degrees C and the average low is around -3 degree C.

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Things to carry in Leh Ladakh in November

1. As temperatures begin to plummet in Leh Ladakh in November and the weather starts getting very chilly, you need to ensure you pack well and adequately.

Whether you are looking at visiting Ladakh during the early part of November or in the second half, you need to carry enough warm clothes including mufflers, hand gloves and head covers apart from heavy woolens, thick jackets and windproof attire.

3. Leh weather in November
will also require you to carry a sturdy pair of shoes-if possible insulated ones and thick socks.

You’ll also need to carry sunglasses and warm bandanas apart from medicines for fever, cold, headache, band-aids, pain relief spray, cold cream, moisturizer, lip balm and sunscreen lotion are some of the other items you should not miss out on.

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Travel tips for Leh Ladakh in November

1. Try to plan your trip in the early part of November and plan a road trip only from Srinagar as the road from Manali to Leh sometimes gets declared closed from October. 

2. If you are traveling in the later part of November, just book a flight to Ladakh for your return journey and avoid the risk of a road trip.

3. Avoid including areas that are very remote in your itinerary and stick to Nubra, Pangong and Moriri. 

4. Keep at least 2 buffer days in case you get stuck due to road blocks especially at high altitude places. 

5. Try and avoid a bike trip to Leh Ladakh in November. 

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Snow in Ladakh in November

If you are heading to Leh Ladakh in November with the hope of finding some snow, this is your big chance. There are high chances you will catch snowfall here even during the early part of November.

Ladakh generally starts receiving snowfall by the end of September in the high altitude passes and by November, some of the lower altitude areas may also receive some snow. If you visit places like the Khardung La Pass or Chang La Pass, you will certainly be able to experience heaps of snow around if not a live snowfall.

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Inner Line Permit for Ladakh

Ladakh being a strategic military location, requires a number of inner line permits that need to be obtained before setting foot in most of the local attractions and copies must be submitted at several places of interest that you visit. This permit is issued by the authorities to civilians to allow as well as track his movements in areas that are close to the border.

You will need to obtain the inner line permit from the DM office in Leh soon after your arrival here from the DC office. You can also apply for it online or request your hotel to arrange it for you at the time of making your hotel reservations.

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Mobile Connectivity in Ladakh in November

Firstly, it is important to note that in Ladakh only postpaid mobile phone connections work and prepaid ones become absolutely redundant as soon as you land in Leh. The largest mobile network that works in Ladakh, including in places like Nubra Valley and Pangong Lake, is BSNL.

However, you may not always receive great connectivity and voice quality could be distorted. JIP and Airtel give you the best networks, including 4G speed in Leh and Nubra Valley. Airtel is also your best bet between Leh and Kargil but at Pangong only BSNL works with intermittent signals at that. At Tso Moriri, neither Airtel nor BSNL works.

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Itinerary for Visiting Ladakh in November

Day 1: Arrival in Leh city and hotel check-in

Day 2 – 3: Sightseeing in and around Leh, Sham Valley tour

Day 4: Leh to Diskit

Day 5: Diskit to Turtuk

Day 6: Turtuk to Panamik

Day 7: Come back to Leh

Day 8: Visit Pangong Lake

Day 9: Pangong Lake to Hanle / back to Leh if routes are already closed

Day 10: Hanle to Tso Moriri / Leh to Tso Moriri via Chumathang route if you had gone back to Leh from Pangong

Day 11: Back to Leh

Day 12: Exit Ladakh

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Routes Conditions


Leh to Pangong Route in November

A trip to Leh Ladakh in November is incomplete without a visit to the Pangong Lake and a road trip from Leh to Pangong Lake is imperative. There are four routes that can be taken to reach Pangong lake from Leh, the most commonly used being the direct route from Leh to Pangong Tso.

The other two routes are via the Nubra Valley and the third, the least used route between Panging Tso and Tso Moriri. The direct route that goes via Chang La is 160 km long and in November will take you around 7 hours to cover. The roads will be slightly bad after Chang La but very smooth after that.

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Leh to Nubra Valley in November

A drive from Leh to Nubra Valley is absolutely important to round off your trip to Ladakh in November. Roads connecting Leh with Nubra Valley remain open in November and are one of the most easily accessible ones here.

The main road that opens access to Nubra Valley is via the Khardung La Pass and is open throughout the year and takes about 6 hours to cover in November. This is a 39 km stretch and the roads are quite good except for a few stretches near the top that will be covered in snow and the descent road that is a dirt track full of puddles.

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Leh to Tso Moriri in November

TSO Moriri is located at a distance of 220 km from the city of Leh, in the Ladakhi part of Changthang Plateau at an altitude of 4,522 m (14,836 ft). The village of Korzok is located right next to the lake and can be reached by an internal road from Leh which remains open throughout the year.

Tso Moriri can also be reached by road directly from Leh in November via the shortest route that runs through Chumathang Valley. A second and longer route will take you through More Plains and is a mix of good, average and bad sections in November. 

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Nubra Valley to Pangong Lake Direct Route

The route from Nubra Valley to Pangong Lake goes via the Shyok Road which is kept in excellent conditions for travelers. You will first need to travel from Nubra Valley all the way to Khalsar Village in order to get access to Shyok road.

The road was in extremely bad shape till a few years ago but has been repaired ever since due to the huge influx of tourists in these parts. Some stretches however, continue to remain bad with huge boulders sitting on the road. The entire distance of about 90 km can be covered in nearly 5 hours when you are here in Leh in November.

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Pangong Tso to Tso Moriri Direct Route

You can travel directly from Pangong Lake to Tso Moriri via the Chushul Route. You will first have to drive along Pangong Lake until Chushul along a route that mostly comprises a dirt road, albeit extremely scenic. After Chushul, you have to drive all the way to Loma village then Mahe, Sumdo and Korzok.

Roads in Leh in November will hardly have any other travelers or public transportation. In fact, until Chushul, you will not find any proper road and only drive along track marks left by previous vehicles.

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Places to see & things to do in Ladakh in November


Nubra Valley

Nubra Valley is one of those places that remains accessible in Leh in November and in fact does not receive as much snow in November as popularly believed.

This is because it is at an even lower altitude than Leh city and while most of the heavy snow is received at places like Khardung La Pass, the valley receives relatively lighter spells.However, the view of the surrounding snowy areas from Nubra is unparalleled and places in NUmbra like Diskit Monastery,  Hunder, Panami and Turtuk remain open. 

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Pangong Lake

One of the most visited places in Ladakh in November, the Pangong Lake just about starts to freeze in November but does not get completely frozen during this time. It offers spectacular visuals with snow blanketed mountains surrounding the lake and casting scintillating reflections in it.

The Lake is easily accessible in November except on rare occasions when Chang La gets blocked for a couple of days due to heavy snow. While campsites here are not available in November, homestays in nearby areas are.

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Tso Moriri

Tourists continue to visit Tso Moriri in the winter months because the lake does not get completely frozen in November, although there might be some snow or frozen water near the banks in the mornings, but no more.

The beauty of Ladakh in November gets amplified during this time with snow bathed mountains on all sides and the glistening waters on the lake stretching out. The route from Leh to Tso Moriri remains open in November and commuting is not a problem, however, campsites will remain closed. 

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Leh Palace

Located at a distance of just about 2.5 km from the city center at Leh, this is a great place to visit during your Leh Ladakh trip in November, that is open all year around. The architectural beauty and grandeur of the Leh palace that was built back in the 17th century, distinctly stands out amid its stark surroundings.

It was built by King Sengge Namgyal and served as the home to the royal family until their exile years later to Stok Palace. Tour the interiors of the palace and enjoy startling views of the mountains from here.

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Shanti Stupa

Built by the Japanese monks to promote world peace, this Buddhist chorten is an absolute splendor in white. The edifice stands as a gleaming example of friendly terms between Japan and Ladakh. Once here, you can climb up the series of steps to enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and the town of Leh.

The beauty of the Shanti stupa gets enhanced several fold in the night and if you visit here at dusk, you can catch amazing sunset views of the pristine white structure, making it an absolute must-visit during your Leh Ladakh trip in November.

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Hemis Monastery

You can visit this peaceful site set cozily on a mountain along the west bank of the River Indus during your Leh Ladakh trip in November as the road from Leh to Hemis Monastery is open all throughout the year.One of the iconic  monasteries in Ladakh, the place is best known for the innumerable wondrous paintings of

Thangkas that are kept here carefully preserved. Several of these historical and religious paintings and numerous other carriers and weapons are kept on display at a museum that is housed within its premises.

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Thiksey Monastery

One of the most loved places to visit in Leh Ladakh in November, Thiksey Monastery, the largest of its kind in Ladakh, as most of the trade fairs and the famous Gustor ritual takes place during this time. After November the monastery closes for the public owing to heavy snowfall and again opens in May.

The 12-storey edifice houses several statues, stupas and other important Buddhist relics and artifacts and the monastery itself is divided into a number of sections, each of which has a distinct architectural significance.

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Enjoy local food

Ladakh has some mouth-watering delicacies on offer in its local cuisine that includes a range of delectable comfort food that you can enjoy during the freezing month of November.

You can devour Ladakhi rotis, butter tea- something the locals swear by, Thukpa, Chutagi- a hot soupy pasta dish prepared with vegetable sauce and yes, those hot steaming momos you can’t help but drool over. Several cafes, restaurants and kitchens remain shut during November due to low footfalls, however there are still several that remain open.

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Go shopping

Shopping is an integral part of any holiday and Ladakh is no different, especially with all the enticing objects of offer at the local bazaars here.

Pick up unique souvenirs and artifacts as well as beautifully crafted local handicraft items that exhibit the distinct artistic styles and workmanship here.From prayer beads, pashmina shawls and Buddha statues to singing bowls, carpets and rugs, you can look out for great local stuff at the Leh Main Bazar, Ladakh Art Palace, Tibetan Market, etc.

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Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame is a site that evokes patriotic sentiments as it stands as a poignant reminder of the umpteen sacrifices that have been made by the Indian armed forces in order to keep the security of the country intact.

Constructed by the Indian Army, this museum has several objects on display, from wars fought by the country, including weapons captured from Pakistanis and Chinese as well as documents. There is also a souvenir shop you can pick up little trinkets from and a light and sound show that is worth watching, making this one of the best places to visit in Leh Ladakh in November.

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Sham Valley

The complete tour of Sham Valley covers around 165 km with several places of interest that dots the entire stretch and are in close proximity to each other. These include Alchi, Basgo, Likir, Magnetic Hill, Gurudwara Pather Sahib, confluence of the Zanskar river and Indus river at Nimmu, and much more.

The road from Leh to Kargil remains open in November even if there has been snow on the route and thus most of the places on the Sham Valley can be visited during this time, making it one of the most popular places to visit in Leh Ladakh in November.

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  1. Why should you travel to Ladakh in November?

    Although the temperatures dip sharply here in Leh Ladakh in November, it is a great time to visit Ladakh especially for adventure enthusiasts. From thrilling trekking and sightseeing tours to the distinct experiences you can gather at a high altitude place like Ladakh, there are a number of attractions open in November that you can enjoy.

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  2. What are the road conditions of Ladakh in November?

    Certain parts of Ladakh in November experience heavy snowfall in November and continued snowfall for intermittently long spans can block certain roads. This may make traveling from one place to another difficult or bring it to a complete halt, albeit only for one or two days after which the BRO gets them cleared for regular traffic.

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  3. Does it snow in Leh in November?

    Several places in Leh in November, especially the high altitude ones receive heavy snowfall. The city of Leh is covered by snow and the weather is dominated by extremely cold winds and bone chilling air during this time.

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  4. Is Leh Ladakh open in November?

    Leh Ladakh is open in November including most of its restaurants, markets and hotels. You can also visit major attractions like the Shanti Stupa, Leh Palace and Thiksey Monastery among others, which remain open throughout the month. Public transportation is also available during this time, however, the numbers and frequency are reduced.

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  5. Is December a good time to visit Ladakh?

    Temperatures in Ladakh dip to almost -20 degrees C in December and thus it may not be a good time to visit Ladakh unless you are an exceptionally adventurous soul in peak health condition. Oxygen levels also plummet and several roads to and from Ladakh remain closed for weeks together.

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"the experience was awesome. The whole thing organized by Thrillophilia was great. Our tour operator Jigmet sir and the whole crew were 1 no. SHAMAAASS. Julley.
11 July 2019
We went for Manali to srinagar Bike tour. It was the best bike trip of my entire life It all started with the person named Shubham from thrillophilia who helped me in selecting the best trip and processed with my booking, all thanks to him! Without him I wouldn’t have been able to experience the best trip of my life. On arrival there, we met our tour guide Tani and our Mechanic Shashi about whom I have read a lot at thrillophilia reviews. These 2 guys were so supportive during the entire tour that no matter what happened they were always there to look after us. They always made sure we are safe and we are following them and there is no overtaking taking place. Tani, the tour guide, one chilled out person he is! Make sure you get him as your tour guide and Shashi as the mechanic as these guys will always make sure that they are there for you no matter what. And in the end, it’s all the Main man behind everything, Jimmy Sir. Thanks a lot Sir for making me experience the best trip of my life! Without you and your team this wouldn’t have been possible. Thanks for helping us out in every way possible. The roads here are difficult terrain to ride on. You gotta be careful. You gotta carry your gum boots during water logging which is the most difficult to cross. But these guys made sure that we were all safe and had sound health till we reached home. Not even a single person was hurt. Our group was a mixture of all age groups, I’m fact we even got to meet 2 people From the Indian navy as well. One mad kickass experience! Unbelievable. Reaching the worlds highest Pass, Khardungla Top, was the highest achievement of my life till date which happened on this trip! And if at all you wish to go, don’t forget to ask Tani and Shashi as your tour guide and mechanic, and go only through Jimmy Sir as he has the best team! Thanks a lot to everyone out there for which I thought the best way would be to write at thrillophilia reviews.
16 July 2019
We had a wonderful experience with Thrillophilia Out tour was Leh-Ladakh 6N7D, which includes Leh Sightseen, Nubra Valley Overnight Stay, Pangong Overnight Night. 1. First of all you should know that Thrillophilia doesn't have its own Travel Team. Thrillophilia actually linked up with several local Travel Agency. Once your Tour is booked Thrillophilia tagged one local Travel Agency for your Tour and that particular travel agency will take care of your entire tour. Our travel manager is Lobzang Tseldon. She is very helpful and you will not face any problem in your entire tour. 1. Hotel provided in Leh: Ladakh Heights. The hotel was very good,neat and clean.It is a new hotel so you don't found any pics in the internet. But lobzang will send you the pics of the Hotel. There is a canteen within the hotel where you will be having complimentary breakfast and dinner. Non Vegetarian please let Lobzang know that you want non-veg items as well.they generally prepare veg items only.but on request they will provide you omlette in breakfast and chicken/mutton in dinner. So if anyone wants to book Thrillophilia please ask Thrillophilia to tag you to the travel agency that offers non veg items too. The Hotel Ladakh Heights is a bit far from the main city but don't worry Lobzang will provide you car for visit to Leh market whenever required and she will not charge you for that. You will get a beautiful view from this hotel but if you want to stay near the main city you will not get any view from the hotel. 2. The stay at Nubra Valley was awesome. They have Royal Camp in Nubhra and it's is a nature-friendly camp. You will love it, I can guarantee you. 3. They stay at Pangong was okay. You can understand that at that altitude you will not get luxury.so the camp provided at Pangong was good for 1 night stay. Overall my experience with Thrillophilia was very good. We enjoyed a lot. Thanks a lot to Lobzang Tseldon for the wonderful arrangements of our tour.
"Trip was really awesome. I feel everyone should consider this trip at least once in their lifetime. My eyes were never tired of looking around at such beautiful and scenic views. I would like to extend my special thanks to Tour leader Mr. Jigmet Tandar. He is highly trained professional. The way he lead the tour made us have more fun. Thanks to the whole crew Jigmet, Stanzin, Wangyal, Kaushal, Tundoop. Made a lot of new friends. One suggestion to Thrillophilia team: Since this is not just any casual trip that anyone can go through please consider keeping a screening process for people who opt for it. This is one of the most extreme adventures where your body and mind will go through a lot of challenges, one can successfully complete this trip only if they are determined and well prepared."
03 June 2019
An exhilarating life-changing experience. If you are able bodied, a biking lover, a landscape / scenery admirer and a crazy adventure seeker, this is a must try for life. Our group of bikers were fun-loving yet very responsible riders. We became friends on the very first day and all of us enjoyed every moment, giving mutual respect at every instance, having each other's backs at every dangerous turn. Even elderly couples in the group made amazing memories with all the young folks! The Ladakhi food, the heritage site visits, the campfire dancing, the photos, the market shopping, the music, the hikes, the snow, even the adorable mountain dogs, furry yaks and double-hump camels, every-bit was amazing. The road team was extraordinary, specially Tani (captain) and Shashi (bike repairman). They were very friendly, accommodating, knowledgeable and also helpful at every step. We had a truck carrying our luggage all along, running behind us all through the roads, making sure no one is left behind. Jigmet has a lot of local connections, so you will be well taken care of at camps and hotels (even Jain food, on request).
24 October 2020
I had a wonderful trip with Thrillophilia. Hotel provided in Leh was clean and good. All sightseeing places covered as per itinerary. The camping stay at Nubra Valley and near Pangong lake was awesome. We enjoyed a lot and overall experience was great.
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The Sham Valley Trek was one of the most enjoyable treks I have undertaken in the last few years, and all the credit goes to Thrillophilia. The booking experience was extremely smooth and I would highly recommend this company for all your travels in the valley.
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Very interesting tour of my life! No place can beat Ladakh! I was in love with the place of the whole-tour...Our guide was nice, transportation was comfortable, the accommodations were nice so the food too...Overall it was a memorable experience...
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AMD - դր.
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BMD - $
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KYD - $
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LRD - $
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NZD - $
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