Rumbak Valley Trek with Pangong Lake & Nubra Valley 12 days
This is a part of the Markha Valley trek, famous for wild animals, National Geographic made an award winning documentary in the Rumbak valley regarding Snow Leopards. Sculpted canyons, fantastic rock formations, medieval villages, Buddhist gompas and snow-peaks. This trek is definitely one of the most popular treks in Ladakh.
Markha Valley Trek with Pangong Lake & Nubra valley 14 days
This trek is easily accessible from Leh and offers a large diversity of landscapes. The green oasis of the Markha Valley guarded by Kang Yatse 6400mts from east and Zanskar range from the south west. From any of the high points you can have breath-taking views of the Korakoram Saser Kangri peak (7670mts) Stok Kangri (6150mts) Kang Yatse 6400mts.and Nun Kun (7135mts.) During this trek you will go through many scattered high villages, each with irrigated fields of barley, wheat and mustard which adds brilliance to the landscape of this broken moon land, and Markha valley trek is a part of Hemis National Park, Where there is always an opportunity of spotting wild animals. We have departures to the famous Markha Valley every second day from 1st of June to 10th of October.
Lamayuru Chilling trek with Pangong Lake & Nubra Valley 14 days
The valley of Sham, in the lower part of Ladakh, is celebrated for its beauty and richness during the harvesting season. This trekfollows the old caravan route to Lamayuru, which diverges from the Kargil – Leh road at the Phatu La. According to legend,Lamayuru was once a lake, which miraculously disappeared by the hand of Lotsawa Naropa. The monastery at Lamayuru, built in the 10th century, is one of the oldest in Ladakh, and belongs to the Kargyu sect of Tibetan Buddhism. This trek offers not only view of the many natural beauties of Ladakh, but also some of its most famous monasteries and the traditional lifestyle of the natives. , there is always an opportunity of spotting rare species of wild animals.
Lamayuru Hemis trek with Pangong Lake and Nubra Valley 21 days
A very interesting route beginning at the famous Lamayuru monastery, you walk up the less travelled Ripchar Valley with its small villages, nomadic settlements and pastures where you see a wide variety of flowers and many species of birds from the end of July to end of August. We cross some high passes with excellent views of the Karakorams and the Zanskar mountains. The initial part of the trek ends at Chilling, a small village and the only one where Ladakhi metal work is carried out. From Chilling, we cross the river by cable pulley. A different set of ponies are on the other side of the river to carry our gear. We then continue on to Markha Valley - considered one of the most beautiful valleys in Ladakh . Here you pass through several Ladakhi settlements as you walk through their fields and observe their lifestyle. Several river crossings are involved, but these are not dangerous. Crossing several more passes, through gorges and wide open pastures, we end the trek at Matho village. Here we visit the monastery built on a hill between Stok and Stakna, the only monastery belonging to the Sakyapa order. It is worth visiting this monastery also for the beautiful view it has over the valley.
Padum Lamayuru trek with Pangong Lake & Nubra Valley 20 days
We will suggest our clients do the trek from Padum to Lamayuru rather going from Lamayuru to Padum, why? Because the other way round is much better option for acclimatization, as if you start from Lamayuru you have to go through big passes every day, and if you start from Padum, you will drive for 2-3 days via Kargil. When you start the trek first 3-4 days are without any high pass, which is ideal for acclimatization. While driving from Leh to Padum you will go through the most fascinating places of Ladakh & Zanskar, like Basgo, Likir, Alchi, Rizong, Lamayuru, Mulbek, Suru Valley, glimpse of Nun peak 7077m Rangdum, Sani, karsha, & Stongde.