Rohtang Pass, the ‘Highest Jeepable Road in the World’, is a lofty mountain pathway which is visited by tourists during summers. This pass is situated 51 km away from Manali and connects Kullu with Lahaul and Spiti. Rohtang Pass lies at an elevation of 4111 m above sea level and offers a beautiful view of mountains, scenic landscape and glaciers. Apart from acting as a gateway to other tourist regions, Rohtang Pass serves as an ideal trek base. Tourists can undertake activities like mountain biking, paragliding and skiing at this site.This pass opens up for tourists in the month of May and shuts down in September due to heavy snowfall. The journey via the Rohtang Pass can be dangerous because of snowfall and high velocity winds. Travellers planning to visit this site need to take prior permission from the Indian Army in order to ensure the safe passage of their vehicles.