TREKKING OPTIONS IN LADAKH
Markha valley trek
tREK EASILY ACCESSIBLE FROM LEH TO DELIGHT ALL THOSE WHO APPRECIATE THE VILLAGES AND THEIR INHABITANTS WISH TO MEET IN THE HEART OF A NATIONAL PARK THAT PROTECTS ANIMALS SUCH AS THE CHAMOIS,MOUNTAIN SHEEP, FOXES, WOLVES, VULTURES.
it is an exceptionally remote trek through the dramatic and evocative landscapes of Ladakh and the mystical kingdom of Zanskar. On the routes, trekkers are very rarely seen and We like to suggest this trekking route to those who love to be in wilderness; unpolluted and untravelled by many.
Sham Valley Trek
Around 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.
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.
Lamayuru to Padum Trek
The classical Zanskar trek starting from Lamayuru Monastery. The trek passes over many high passes offering panoramic view of Zanskar Himalayas. Good Campsite being very near to the river feels like being very much near to the nature.
Darcha to Padum
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.