|Native to||China, India, Pakistan|
|Region||Tibet, Ladakh, Baltistan|
|Tibetan script, Arabic Script|
Changthang Skad, also known as Byangskat or Upper Ladakhi, (Ladakhi: ཆངཐང་སཀད) is a dialect of Ladakhi language spoken in a Changthang region on the border of Tibet, Ladakh and Baltistan. Speakers identify ethnically with the Ladakhi, but mutual intellibility of the languages is not high. A few speakers can also be found in the Baltistan region of Pakistan.