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Ladakh the land of high passes, snow clad mountains, azure blue lakes is among the world’s highest inhabited plateaus. Trekking in Ladakh offers a vast diversity with its unique landscape and exquisite culture, from the green oasis of the hidden Valleys and Plateaus with abundance of wildlife, nomads, wetlands, pastureland, fresh water springs, streams, and the famous lakes such as Tsomoriri, Tsokar & The Pangong. Culturally you will come across the remote villages and ancient monasteries of Ladakh and Zanskar, which are ideal ground for pilgrimage journeys, and these are the age-old pillars of Tibetan Buddhism.


Markha Valley Trek ( 6 or 7 or 8 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.
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Phyang to Hunder (Nubra Valley) 8 Days trek
The Nubra Valley lies to the north of Leh and was once the gateway to the ancient Silk route. The valley has vast alluvial plains and bacterian camels, which roam the sandy banks of the Shayok River. This trek is one of the least visited and the beauty of the unspoiled landscape will leave you reminiscing about its stunning views of Karakoram ranges. The beauty of the trek is surpassed only by the final day--a spectacular bus or jeep ride over the highest motor able road in the world (5606 m)..
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Lamayuru to Hemis Monastry Trek (12 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.
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Spituk to Matho Trek (4 days) Rumbak valley Trek
This is a part of Hemis National Park famous for wild animals, even National Geographic made an award winning documentary in the Rumbak valley regarding Snow Leopards. This is the perfect trek If you are looking for a shorter option, beautiful view and moderate difficulty, this trek is definitely for those who have very short time in Ladakh, yet they want to have a flavor of trekking in Ladakh.
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Rumtse to Tsomoriri Trek (8 Days Trek)
Rumtse is situated 70 Kms east of Leh, the starting point of this trek. Rupshu Valley lies sandwiched between Ladakh in the north, Tibet in the east and Zanskar in the west. It is a part of the Changthang plateau and is characterized by high arid plains, nomads, high pasturelands, snow-capped peaks and beautiful high altitude azure-blue lakes, the largest being Tsokar & Tso Moriri at 4,500 m.
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Lamayuru to Chilling Trek (6 days)  
The valley of Sham, in the lower part of Ladakh, is celebrated for its beauty and richness during the harvesting season. This trek follows 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.
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Lamayuru to Darcha Trek ( 18 days)
Most popular trek of Ladakh with maximum number of passes. Starts from Lamayuru (The monastery of Lamayuru is one the earliest founded monasteries in Ladakh) and enters Zangskar through the remote villages of Ligshed, Photoksar and then Karsha. Further it leads you to Darcha in Himachal via Phuktal and Bardan Monasteries, amazing landscapes, with so much contrast.
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Padum To Lamayuru Trek( 13 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.
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Hemis to Tsomoriri Trek (14 days)
This trek is famous for its unique landscape, nomads and the lakes. This area is a part of the Changthang Plateau, a part of western Tibet which can be called Eastern Ladakh. This region, known as the land of the nomads, will give you an experience to last a lifetime. You can see the nomads’ traditional lifestyle. The area is also an important wildlife sanctuary, harboring snow leopards and wild asses, as well as various species of birds, such as Black Necked Crane.
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Jhunglam (Hemis to Padum) 12 Days
This is one of the most adventurous treks on an isolated route far into the mountains with many rivers to be crossed. It is a real wilderness experience for adventure seekers, and the best period for exploration is from August – October when most of the snow has melted and the roaring rivers are passable.
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Kibber Tsomoriri & Rumtse Trek (16 days)
Trek from the beautiful Spiti valley in Himahcal over high passes to the picturesque lake of Tso Moriri in Ladakh and then on to the rugged mountains of Rumtse. It is one of the most beautiful trails in the Western Himalayas going over Parang La with its grand view and Changpa territory. A nomadic community, living off flocks of yaks and sheep, the Changpas have a timelessness about them. Trading in pashmina, yaks and living in yak hair tents called rebos, they have adapted to the harsh dry air of the Changthang. The trek is also a great one to catch sight of high altitude wildlife such as kyangs or Tibetan Wild Asses (their only other cousins are the wild asses of Rann of Kutch in Gujarat), the highly endangered black-necked cranes, bar headed geese and Tibetan wolves.
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