Leh-Mahali highway is probably one of India’s most dangerous road. It is 137 kilometers long that stretches from Kaza to Gramphoo (Lahual and Spiti). If there is an example of a really bad road, then this is it. Eighty percent of the route has no pavement. You pass through streams, perhaps even small rivers, negotiate melting glaciers including piles of sand, rocks and snow. A good portion of the road is above 11000 feet and only accessible between May and October. But in this highway, one can find humor. Lots of it. In the form of these pithy little road signs.
– Via Dark Roasted Blend.