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Trekking in Ladakh


The High Altitude Plateau Trail Towards Rupshu: 17 Days

A trekking that offers you glimpses into an amazingly diverse landscape. Range after range of stark barren mountains that magically change colours with the traverse of the sun; high snow covered mountain passes with breathtaking panoramic vistas; ancient monasteries and wizened monks living in a land that time seems to have forgotten; and the enormous sweep and space of the hi-altitude plateaus and grazing lands of the hardy Changpa nomads with their flocks of sheep and herds of Yak. That's what this magical journey offers.

The Markha Valley Trekking - 8 Days Grade: Moderate

This well traversed trekking leads out of Hemis and continues through the Hemis National Park where you have chances of spotting the Bharal (Blue Sheep) and Ibex besides hordes of marmots, though you come across a sign saying Snow Leopard Capital of the World chances of spotting one are almost nil. You cross two mountain passes the highest point you cross is on the Kangmaru La at 5100m/16,730ft.

The Shang La - Matho La - Stok Kangri - 8 Days Grade: Moderate to Strenuous

On this rewarding trekking you get magnificent views of the Indus valley, the Karakorum and Stok Matho ranges from the two passes that you cross. Enroute go through high pastures and meadows and get to visit the Shang monastery and village. The highest altitude you will camp is at 5029m/16,500ft at the Stok Kangri base camp.

Leh into Nubra Trek - 8 Days Grade: Moderate to Strenuous

This trail leads out of the small hamlet of Sabu near Leh and crossing the 5250m/17230ft high Digar La pass descends into the Nubra Valley with its extensive flood plains and fertile fields. You get to see the double humped Bactrian camel a remnant of the ancient trade routes that once went through Nubra towards the busy bazaars of Central Asia.

Leh- Lamayuru - Alchi Trail - 6 Days Grade: Moderate

This interesting trekking leads out from Lamayuru to where you drive. From here the trail follows a stream and then ascends towards the 3700m/12,140ft high Prinkiti La from where you get some spectacular views of the complex Zanskar range of mountains. We pass the small village of Wanla and then over the next few days head towards the Tar La at 4850m/15,910ft. After passing the Mangyu where two rivers meet, Alchi is reached.

The Changthang Lake Trek - 10 Days Grade: Moderate

This trek goes through the vast plains of the Changthang and traverses two brackish lakes the Tso Moriri and Tso Kar. Traversing the Kyangshu or More Plains you get a chance to spot herds of Kyang (Tibetan Wild Ass), colonies of marmots and probably a lone wolf. You also get to meet the Changpa nomadic shepherds who bring their sheep to graze on the rich pastures here. Return to Leh via the Tanglang La or 5325m/17469ft or the Mahe bridge.


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