Test your limits as you explore the rugged mountains of Himalayas. Trekking in India is thrilling, electrifying and spine tingling, an outstanding actvity to make your adventure tour perfect.
Description : This trek has been, one of the most favorite trek among trekkers for a long time because of Beautiful Valley of Markha overshadowed by Kanyatse and other groups of Peaks. The numerous small villages, shepherds camps and passes are main feature of this trek. The trek begins from Spituk monastery or Stok village passing through Stok La and Gandala Pass, which takes you across Markha valley. At last it crosses Kongmaru Pass and finishes wonderful trek at the famous Hemis monastery.
Description : Around 6 days trek from Henaskut to Wanla starts from Henaskut around 160 Kms. from Leh near Leh-Srinagar highway in Kargil district. There are many passes Like Yogmala (4900 meters.), Niyigutse La (5,100 mtrs.) and Pirkiting La (3,700 mtrs.) and it finishes at Lamayuru, where the oldest monastery in Ladakh is located, around 125 Kms. from Leh town.
Description : This is the most popular Trail into Zangskar via Shingo La. This trek starts from famous monastery of Lamayuru and enters Zangskar through most isolated villages of Lingshet, Photoksar and then the headquarter of Zangskar called Padum. The return can be organized by jeep via Kargil or you can trek back to Leh via Junglam in September, October.
Description : Drive six hours to Tsomoriri Lake or Korzok; headquarter of nomads via Chumathang and Mahay Bridge along the Indus River. After a night halt start your acclimatization walk for a day, where you can visit Changpa nomades and have wonderful view Tsomoriri Lake. Third you will start you trek along the Tsomoriri Lake with beautiful landscape. The trail turns southward from Nurboo Sumdo and start walking along Parang chu valley towering snow Peak Mountains. Seventh day you will walk on a glacier mountain for 3. 30 minutes to reach Parangla 5880m. Crossing the pass the landscape suddenly changes with high mountains of Lahul & Spiti and Kibber viilage in Himachal Pradesh is reached after another day trek. Your trek wonderful trek is finished here. After the trek you can extend trip and visit Ki, Lhalung, Pin and Tabo monasteries of Spiti Valley by Jeep. From here we drive back to Manali and then to Delhi to fly back home.
Description :The trek starts from Hemis monastery (one of the richest monastery in Ladakh). It enters in famous Markha valley and Zangskar via Junglam, which is open only for a month. In summer this route is closed due to water crossing and in winter heavy snowfall.
Description : Sham trek is milled trek, which is very convenient for people who prefer soft trek, visit monasteries and traditional Ladakhi villages. This is the only trek can be done through out the year as there is not any high passes. We drive in the morning to Likir for one and half hour, visit Likir monastery and the trek begins. We can visit other monasteries of Rezong , Temisgam and Lamayuru after finishing the trek.
Description : This is the most popular trail into Zangskar via Shingo La. This trek starts from famous monastery of Lamayuru and enters Zangskar through most isolated villages of Lingshet, Photoksar and then the headquarter of the valley Padum. Further this trek leads you to Darcha in Himachal Paradesh via Phuktal and Bardan monasteries.
Description : The oldest monastery is situated on the starting point of this trek, which finishes at Hemis the Richest and most famous monastery of Ladakh. There are many Passes on this trail. It passes through Hemis national park to preserve snow leopard and other wild animals. But there is only 10% chance to view a snow leopard. Further it enters beautiful valley of Markha, which overshadowed by many Peaks. The high pasturelands of Nimaling are dotted with yaks & goats of Markha villager while their tents are overflow by Milk, Butter and Curds
Description :Chadar "frozen blanket" is the only way in and out for Zanskaris in winter, when the road is closed due to heavy snowfall at high passes. It has been the traditional trade route in winter for Centuries. The several days walk from chilling to Padum for 10 days gives different experience. It enters into a gorge and temperature drops to -30C; staying overnight in Caves and walking on frozen river is an ultimate experience for adventure lovers.
One should travel to Chilling by Taxi and from Chilling it enters into a gorge and walks on frozen river up to Pidmo and two days on snow up to Padum. There is no Vehicle to travel back to Leh by Taxi, therefore you should arrange a helicopter to Manali or walk back to Leh by same route. Some travelers prefer to Ski up to Suru Valley and from Suru they return by Jeep to Leh via Kargil.
Description : This trek starts after a drive to Rumtse around 85 kms from Leh near the Gya village, which was seat of power of the Head of Ladakh Gyapacho in the 10th century AD. After a night halt the trek begins. It crosses three passes before Tsokar Lake and another three passes after Tsokar the salt Lake. While trekking in this area, you can visit birds, wild animals and Changpa nomads grazing their herds of goats at the mountains and high passes. The finishing point of the trek is Tsomoriri Lake or Karzok, the head quarter of Nomadic people. Explore Tsomoriri Lake for a day and drive back to Leh.
Description : This trek starts from Saboo village around 7 kms from Leh. You will be entering Nubra Valley via Digar La and walk along the Shyok river to Khaltsar from where you can drive to Nubra Valley or drive back to Leh.
Description : This trek begins from Hemis monastery, after 20 minutes drive from Leh. It enters Markha valley after crossing Kongmaru La 5135m, after a night halt at beautiful pasture Land of Markha valley with Yaks, Sheep's and Pashmina Goats you enter Rupsho valley. It crosses a village and several passes before you finish your trek at Juktakh at Leh Manali highway. From here you can drive towards Manali via Lahaul or drive back to Leh. Rest for a day in Manali and drive Delhi to fly back home.
Description : This trek gives you an opportunity to explore Wild life of Hemis National Park, remote villages and Nomadic area of Runsho. This Trek will unveil a region inhabited by Changpa Nomads, Wildlife, high pass, great Floras & Fauna and dramatic mountain scenery of Rupsho
Description : This trek gives you an opportunity to explore Wild life of Hemis National Park, remote villages and Nomadic area of Runsho. This Trek will unveil a region inhabited by Changpa Nomads, Wildlife, high pass, great Floras & Fauna and dramatic mountain scenery of Rupsho.
Description : Sham trek is a mild trek, which is very convenient for easy hiker group and from Sight seeing point of view. There are many villages and monasteries on this trek. This is the only trek that can be done throughout the year, as there are no high passes. This trek passes through many small villages. It is very famous among tourist as Baby trek.