A challenging trek that covers remote Ladakh and Zanskar areas with steep ascents and winding descents across high passes and deep gorges lined with multi-hued rocks and villages, dotted with white mud-brick buildings and Buddhist monuments. In short, it provides abundant spectacular experience, both in raw nature and deep culture.
Closed to outside world for centuries, Ladakh lies high in a remote region of western Himalayas. In this part of Buddhist India monasteries overlook landscapes of snow-clad peaks, plateaus and deep valleys. Our itinerary traverses the mountain roads and the world’s highest pass to some of Ladakh’s most isolated locations.
For trekkers Ladakh is an inspirational destination where spectacular high-altitude world with breathtaking vistas and captivating scenery provide a chance also to see those elusive snow leopards, mountain goats, marmots and vultures, not seen anywhere else. We also experience Buddhist culture in remote monasteries while on the move.
This trek goes north to the Nubra Valley, also known as Ldumra (the valley of flowers), just about as far north as we can possibly go in India. This picturesque valley is incredibly remote and only accessible by foot or by highest motorable road from Leh, negotiating Khardung La (5602m).
This trek traverses lush green foothills of the Kullu valley to the high-altitude desert of Ladakh. While this tough and challenging route tests our endurance and stamina, it also provides unforgettable experiences and a wonderful array of cultural and natural splendor besides vivid panoramic views that stick to our memory.
This is a challenging and extremely rewarding journey by bike, crossing five passes including the world’s highest, Khardung La at 5,602 metres. This carefully planned itinerary combines spectacular scenery, a great variety of landscapes and rich cultural interest to give a fabulous experience of India’s this beautiful Himalayan region.
This fascinating trek moves through the Great Changtang Plateau. Amidst this barren landscape at 4400 meters, near the lake of Tso Moriri, live small groups of nomadic Chang tribesmen who lead harsh existence in extremely cold conditions. Wild life here comprises bar-necked geese, brahmini ducks, wild asses and snow leopards.
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