Mountain Ranges of Himalaya’s in Himachal Pradesh.
Pir Panjal Range:-
Mountain range Pir Panjal named Pir Pantsal, Panchaladeva. Pir Pnjal is Inner Himalayan range of Himalaya’s. Range extended from Pakistan occupied Kashmir part of Jammu and Kashmir to Himachal Pradesh. Elevation of Pir Panjal mountain range start from 1400 meter / 4600 feet to 6300 meter /20800 feet from sea level. Mountains of Pir Panjal range extended between Chandra bhaga / Chenab river and Ravi river on one end. Its extension mountains ranges extended to Gulmarg in J&K and till the Satluj river in Spiti.
Pir Panjal mountain range extended from Patni top at Jammu to Chamba, kullu and laula spiti region of Himachal Pradesh and till Gharwal region of Uttrakhand.
Few high peaks of Mountains of Pir Panjal range.
Deo Tibba mountain peak at altitude of 6,001 meter or 19700 feet from sea level
Indrasan mountain peak at the attiude of 6,221 meter or 20,410 feet from sea level.
Nearest Pir Panjal range view from Thamar pass during Bir Billing to Bada Bhangal Village trek. Bada Bhangal village is lies between Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar mountain range also origin of Ravi river.
Dhaula Dhar Range.
Meaning of Dhaula Dhar is white range. Dhauladhar mountain range rise from the Chamba and Kangra distt of Himachal Pradesh. Shepherds of Kanga and Chamba depends on grazing fields of Dauladhar mountain range for their folks.
Dhauladhar range range rise from Dalhousie in Chamba at the northwest of Himachal Pradesh and extended in Himachal along with Beas river, extended till Badrinath in Uttrakhand.
Mountain range elevation from 3500 meter to 6000 meter extended from Beas river near Beas kund at Manali and then extended to Mandi and joins Pir Panjal near Bada Bhangal valley and then extended to Chamba.
Distinctive profile of Dhauladhar range is seen best in Kangra valley on Himachal Pradesh, where it stood vertically in front of flat valley.
Some Peaks of Dhauladhar Mountain range as –
Mun Peak at the altitude of 4600 meter or 15200 feet from sea level near Triund, Dharamshala.
Manimahesh Kailash is sacred mountain at the altitude of 5656 meter or 18700 feet from sea level.
Gaurjunda peak at the altitude of 4950 meter or 16350 feet from sea level known as Dhauladhar Matterhorn.
Christmas at the altitude of 4580 meter or 15115 feet from sea level.
Toral at the altitude of 4690 meter or 15500 feet from sea level.
Dromedary at the altitude of 4550 meter or 15015 feet from sea level.
Riflehorn at the altitude of 4400 meter or 14500 feet from sea level.
Lantern at the altitude of 5100 meter or 16850 feet from sea level.
Arthur’s Seat at the altitude of 4525 meter or 14950 feet from sea level.
Bir Billing is located in the foothills of Dhauladhar mountain range and many trekking routes of Dhauladhar mountains starts from Bir, Himachal.
Mountain range Zanskar lies between Ladakh and Zanskar valley. Zanskar mountain range is extended for 100 km. Average altitude of range is 6000 meter from sea level and belongs to trans-Himalayas.
Elevation of Mountain of Zanskar range varies from 3500 meter to 7000 meter from sea level.
Zanskar river flows along with range and create narrow gorge.
Mountain Peaks of Zanskar Range as –
Highest Peak of Zanskar mountain range is Kamet peak at the altitude of 7750 meter or 25575 feet from sea level.
Now the road trip through Zanskar valley and mountain range open in 2019, which is consider one of the amazing road trip of Himalayas. Road trip joins Keylong of Himachal Pradesh with Kargil of Ladakh UT. Road open from July to October. Shinkula Pass at the altitude of 5000 meter or 16500 feet from sea level. Road between Keylong to Kargil is 450 km takes 3 to 4 days ride.
Itinerary for road trip to Zanskar.
1 Day : Keylong to Darcha (diversion point) to Kurgiakh, enroute via Shinkula Pass at 5000 meter or 16500 feet from sea level (85 km / 10 hours)
2 Day : Kurgiakh to Purne (30 km / 3 hours)
3 Day : Purne to Padum (55 km / 5 hours)
4 Day : Padum to Rangdum (115 km /7 hours)
5 Day : Rangdum to Kargil (115 km /5 hours)
Ladakh Mountain Range.
The Ladakh range of Himalayas extended from Unioin Teritory of Ladakh and extended till Gilgit-Baltistan of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. Hills of Ladakh mountain range lies between Shyok and Indus river for 370 km till its confluence. Valley of Ladakh lies in the foot of Ladakh mountain range of Himalaya’s in the bank of Indus river.
Hills of Ladakh range is extension of Karakoram mountains and extended from confluence of Indus river and Shyok river till Tibet border for 370 km. Kailash range is also extension of Ladakh range.
Altitude of Ladakh range between 4800 meter to 6000 meter from sea level with no major peak. Khardung la pass is world highest motor-able road and very famous tourist spots among tourist travelling to Ladakh
Mountain Siwalik range is lower Himalayan range lies at the altitude of 500 meter to 2000 meter from sea level . Siwalik hills also called as Manak Parbat and meaning of Siwalik is “tresses of Shiva”. lower Siwalik range of Himalayas extended from Indus river in North to Brahmaputra river in East and extended for 2400 km. Hills of Siwalik range is 10 to 50 km wide.0