Roadtrip – The world’s most dangerous road – Pangi via Kishtwar

On 1st November, we started our journey from Shimla to the remote Pangi valley in Chamba.

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The usual route via Saach pass was closed for the season, so we had to take the more longer and more dangerous route via Kishtwar, Jammu and Kashmir.

There is a 6km patch near Tyari that is so dangerous and rough, that you can’t take a small car on it. It is so narrow that no busses and trucks drive on this road. The road after Tyari is so rough, that it took us 4 hours to cover the last 30kms.

Despite the dangerous patch the road crosses through some of the most untouched and beautiful parts of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal.

Day 1 – We drove from Shimla to Kihar in Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh.

Day 2 – We started early and reached Killar via the most dangerous road we ever drove through.

Day 3 – Drove to the village Hudan Bhatori at 3400m.

Day 4 – It started snowing in Pangi so we drove back via Pangi to Doda.

Day 5 – We started back to Chamba, but Padri jot was blocked by 2ft of snow. So we talked the JCB people of PWD to clear the road for us.

Have a look!

Car – Renault Duster
Driver – Munish Sharma

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