It is possible bit ita really difficult. Also i won't suggest you to travel there im winters. You have many waterfall crossings on the way and during winters its almost impossible to cross those crossings
It is usually not advisable to travel to Leh in this period on a bike. By this time the cold has completely taken over the area. 14,000 ft. Almost all the tourists leave the place with only a few ones remaining to brave the chill. Most of the hotels, guesthouses, restaurants get closed and even locals move back, abandoning the place till winters. This is the coldest seasons of all in Ladakh when the region gets completely cut-off from rest of India by road. Though roads to Pangong Tso and Nubra Valley are kept open even in winters. Passes like KhardungLa and Chang La Pass are prone to receive snow anytime. Mid-January to Mid-March is also the time when many adventure tourists arrive in Ladakh for the famous Chadar Trek, involving walking over the frozen Zanskar River.
Cold would have already settled in by this time and there is frequent snowfall which makes survival and acclimatization difficult. The temperature continues to dip further with each passing day. One of the major highlights of your visit is that you get to witness the changing colors of Pangong Tso and Tso Moriri which happens from November to December/mid-January. After this, the Lakes of Ladakh get completely frozen with solid ice and one can even easily walk on them.
Related Questions For You
Earn credits when your answers are upvoted by others.