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Tekking in India -Trekking in Ladakh

There are few places left in the world like Ladakh. It lies in the Great Himalayan rain shadow, so receives no monsoon during the summer, but hefty snowfall throughout its long (November - Late May) winter. In summer it is a high, arid fortress surrounded by vast peaks and trisected by the swift, snow - laden Indus and Zanskar rivers. The landscape resembles that of neighbouring Tibet (This area is sometimes called " Little Libet") , as does the appearance of the people, their religion - devoutly Buddhist - and the magnificent monasteries perched imperiously on granite crags and steep hillsides.

High and mighty though Ladakh is, it is easily approached either by flying directly to the capital Leh from Delhi (allow 3-4 days for acclimatization) or by road from Manali in Himachal Pradesh ( a 02 days trip). Leh stands at 3,521m/ 11,552 ft. and the surrounding flat areas are on a par. It is warm in the sun but the temperature drops at night, even in midsummer. Trekking in Ladakh is as unique as the land itself. Leh, the divisional headquarters, is accessible from Srinagar, Delhi and Chandigarh by air and bus. Ladakh is the land of insurmountable mountains and fascinating monasteries. It lies on the tri- junction of the historic ' Silk Route' from Sinkiang to West Asia and to the plains of India. There are a number of interesting places and monasteries to visit in and around Leh. Some of the important places are: Leh Palace, the monasteries of Shey, Hemis, Alchi, Thikse and Lamayuru. Markha Valley trek over Gongmaru La and Gandha La is the most adventurous. Another trekking trail leads southwards from Alchi and after crossing Stapski La, turns around and reaches Nimu. Yet another trail towards north of Leh climbs over Khardung La and reaches the Nubra Valley.


Markha Valley Trek

The Markha Valley Trek is certainly one of the most varied and beautiful treks in the world. It ventures high into the Himalayas crossing two passes over 15,000 ft (4575 m) as it circles from the edges of the Indus Valley, down into parts of Zanskar, and passes through terrain that changes from incredibly narrow valleys to wide-open vast expanses! It is made all the more interesting by the ancient form of Buddhism that.......Read More
   
   
Stok Kangri Trek

In the middle of the fascinating area of Ladakh, lies Stok Kangri which is one of the most beautiful places on earth. It is locatedin the northern state of India i.e. Jammu and Kashmir. While the western part of the Jammu and Kashmir is pretty unstable to political conflicts and instability, the eastern parts like Ladakh< and Zanskar are stable and safe to travel. Many people are of the view that Jammu and.......Read More
   
Ladakh Zanskar Trek

There are few places left in the world like Ladakh. It lies in the great Himalayan Rain Shadow, so receives no Monsoon during the summer. In summer it is high, arid forests surrounded by vast peaks and trisected by the swift, snow laden India and Zanskar rivers. The landscape resembles Tibet and Is often referred as " Little Tibet".Zanskar Approach- About 465 kms from Leh (Ladakh) via Kargil and Trek over......Read More
   
   
Tsomoriri Lake Trek

Tso-moriri is a picturesque lake in the Changthang plateau area of Ladakh. This brackish water lake is situated at an altitude of 4595 Mtrs and is nearly 27 kms long at some places. Korzok village overlooks this magnificent lake at one end, and this used to be an important transit on the ancient silk route to Tibet. It is easy to come across an occasional camp of Changpa Tribe, which is a nomadic tribe living........Read More
   
   
Darcha Padum Trek

A wonderful trek crossing several passes and three different regions- if you want to satisfy yourself completely and want to have the pleasure & experience of doing several treks in Himalaya just in one, come and explore superb western Himalayan trek- Darcha- Lamayuru. It has everything. As per our information and experience, we firmly say that Darcha- Lamayuru (sometimes trekkers break this trek.......Read More
   
   
Lamayuru Padum Trek

North of the Great Himalayan range, amongst a tangled knot of jagged mountains, lies a rugged and fascinating land, the once independent kingdom of Zanskar. Sandwiched between the Indus Valley and the main crest of the Indian Himalaya, this remote and inaccessible setting, well guarded by snowy mountain passes, has kept alive an archaic form of Tibetan Buddhism which flourishes in chain of far-flung......Read More