Neighbourhood Travel Desk: Mana Pass is a mountain pass in the Himalayas on the border between India and Tibet. It appears to now be one of the highest vehicle-accessible pass in the world. The well-graded gravel-dirt road is higher on the Indian side than the new road on the Tibetan side and rises to 5,610 metre on the Indian side.
Mana Pass was an ancient trade route between Uttarakhand and Tibet. This Pass led from Badrinath to the kingdom, now province, of Guge in Tibet.
The pass is reached from the south by an extension of India National Highway 7 that connects Fazilka with Badrinath, though beyond Badrinath the graded road is subject to landslides. Group of enthusiast motorcycle riders often can be seen on this road. Free Souls Rider Motorcycle Club was first non-military citizens to scale the heights of Mana Pass and hold the record in The Limca Book of Records.