(Last Updated on : 11/03/2019)
Situated in the Chang Chenmo Range of the northern Himalayan Mountain Range
, the Marsimik La Pass stands at an altitude of 5, 582 m and is known to contain one of the highest motorable passes of the country. There is also a small temple in Marsimik called the "Chak Mandir" which has a picture of Lord Shiva
The Marimik La Pass is located about 96 km east of Leh
and about 20 km northeast of the northwest tip of Pangong Lake
. The Pass lies in close proximity of just 4 km west of Indo-China
actual line of control and from there about 45 km northeast is the Kongka Pass.
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