The great Himalayan range has some of the planet's highest peaks including the highest Mount Everest. The Himalayas are among the youngest mountain ranges on the planet formed some 70 million years ago by the collision of the Indian tectonic plate with the Eurasian Plate acts as a natural barrier to cold polar winds. Rivers originating through these mountains, flow through the fertile Indo-Gangetic plains. They extend uninterrupted for 2,500 KMS covering an area of 500,000 square kms across five countries - Bhutan, India, Nepal, China and Pakistan.
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Delhi - Leh - Shey - Thiksey - Hemis - Leh - Alchi - Uletokpo - Lamayuru - Dahanu Aryans - Likir - Leh - Khardungla pass - Nubra Valley - Diskit - Leh - Pangong Lake - Tso Moriri - Leh - Delhi
Delhi - Leh - Khardongla Pass - Leh - Pangong Lake - Leh - Sarchu - Jispa - Manali - Shimla - Delhi