Alpha Innovation : 4x4, accessory, hardtop, canopy, camper, tops, truck, caps, suv
 
Alpha Innovation : 4x4, accessory, hardtop, canopy, camper, tops, truck, caps, suv
Alpha Innovation : 4x4, accessory, hardtop, canopy, camper, tops, truck, caps, suv
 
Isuzu Challenge 2001 was held in June 2001 in the Indian Himalayas, starting in the northern part of India in Rishikesh. From there, it proceeded through the Gangas tributaries, and to the Himalayan mountain range, up in to the Hindus River tributaries district and finish in Leh. In contribution back to the area in which it took place, the Isuzu Challenge delegation donated solar energy panels for the use in local villages, in order to participate in the cause against deforestation in the area.
The 2001 expedition reached the highest point, the Himalayas. The ascent began at the foot of the mountain, from the banks of the Gangas River and through the beech pine forests. On a road that looked as if it has been drawn on to the steep mountainside, the expedition made its way through picturesque villages situated in green valleys flowing with rivers and falls.
 
 
 
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A winding road led the group to the Kulo and Manali Valleys and the Jorori Pass. Continuing north, the scenery, people and religions changed. The tents of nomads replaced the villages.
The forests disappeared and the wilderness, inlaid with icebergs, took their place.When the ice melted, the wilderness became a field of flowers. The prominent religion of India, Hinduism, with its magnificent temples, gradually disappeared and instead Buddhist monasteries began to appear, lying on the hilltops in Chumre, Tikse and Diskit. At a height of 4,000 to 5,600 meters, man and machine were forced to pace their step due to thin air and cold weather. The expedition crossed some of the Himalayas largest lakes, Lakes Kar, Morari and Pangang. It made its way up the Ladak Ridge, down through the Nobra Valley and finished at the Khardung Climb, the highest motor climb in the world.