National Highway 1 (NH 1), also known as Srinagar
Highway, is a National Highway entirely within the state of Jammu
in North India
that connects Srinagar to Leh in Ladakh
and is maintained by Project Vijayak of the Border Roads Organisation.It is one of the only two roads that connect Ladakh with the rest of India, the other being Leh-Manali Highway. The Srinagar-Leh Highway was declared as National Highway in 2006.The old Central Asian trade route Srinagar-Leh-Yarkand was also known as the Treaty Road, after a commercial treaty signed in 1870 between Maharaja Ranbir Singh and Thomas Douglas Forsyth.
: 422 km (262 mi)
: Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir