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Choose from many trekking routes in and around Ladakh and Zanskar

Markha Valley Trek

Markha Valley is one of the most famous treks of Ladakh Region. While trekking on this trek tourists passes through beautiful Buddhist Monasteries, Mountain Villages, High altitude pastures of Nimaling and the massif Kangyatse peak.


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Rumtse to Tsomiriri

The Changthang, eastern deserted flat land, lies at an average altitude of 4500m in Tibetan plateau bordering China in the east and himachal in the south and Leh in the west. Changthang consist of Rupsho, Samad Rokchan and Pangong areas.


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Tsomoriri/korzok to kibber via parangla

The highly revered monastery is 300 years old. The Tsomoriri Lake in front of it is also held in reverence, and considered equally sacred by the local people.

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Jumlam from Hemis to Karsha

A trek through remote, wild country with few villages, passing over four cols of which the highest is Karpo La (5200m).

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Padum to Darcha

Darcha Padum Trek takes us along the fascinating journey from Darcha in Himachal Pradesh to Padam in Zanskar. Prior to trekking, we get an unbeatable experience with an insider's perspective while sightseeing Manali. Temples impart a unique timelessness to the charming town of Manali giving plenty of time to soak up its atmosphere and get complete acclimatization for trekking.

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Kanji to Baarandinala

Stongde La at 5140m offers a steep, exposed path leading to the very remote village of Shade where we stay for a day, providing you with the opportunity to meet the inhabitants.

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Lamayuru to Darcha Trek

One of the most famous trek connecting Ladakh (leh), Zanskar(Padum) and Himachal (Darcha).This trek is different and involves breathtaking experience of the untouched land of Lamayuru ans zanskar regions.

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Sham trek

round 125 kms. west of Leh, on a spectacularly beautiful road, lies the earliest surviving monastery of Ladakh, known as Yung-drung or the Swastika. The Gonpa is remarkably built on sand stone and dates to the 11th Century.

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