Ladakh one of the most favourite trekking destination, having some ofthe most picturesque and challenging treks in northern India. Locatedin the northernmost part of India some seven kilometers from the IndusRiver and its extensive valley.

Ladakh lies at altitudes ranging from about 9,000 feet (2,750 m) at Kargil to 25,170 feet (7,672 m) at Saser Kangri in the Karakoram. Thus summer temperatures rarely exceed about 27°C in the shade, while in winter they may plummet to minus 20°C even in Leh . Surprisingly, though, the thin air makes the heat of the sun even more intense than at lower altitudes; it is said that only in Ladakh can a man sitting in the sun with his feet in the shade suffer from sunstroke and frostbite at the same time.

Leh has been a Buddhist centre since at least the 3rd century AD. Since the invasion of Ladakh by Tibet in the 8th century, when much of it became part of Western Tibet, Tibetan ('Mahayana') Buddhism has dominated eastern Ladakh, while Islam has slowly developed in Ladakh's western regions. Ladakh's colourful gompas (Buddhist
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monasteries) such as Shey,Alchi, Hemis and Lamayuru, have attracteddevout Buddhists and interested travelers from all over the globe.

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Ladakh is a paradise for adventure lover given by its world's mightiestmountain ranges, the Greater Himalaya and the Karakoram, and twoothers, the Ladakh range and the Zangskar range. The most importantfeature of trekking in Ladakh is it's High Mountain passes which comeson the trekking routes gives you opportunity to have wonderful view ofcolorful mountains and amazing landscape everyday. Spituk to MarkhaValley, Laayury gompa to Chilling and Likir to Temisgam are some of thepopular treks that one can take. Acclimatization is the most importantactivity before heading for trekking and mountaineering. Rafting downthe Zanskar is another exciting thought but it is imperative to takehelp of a rafting instructor or guide. Ever thought of trekking on afrozen river? A part of the Zanskar River freezes during the winter andis
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used as trekking route by many seasoned trekking enthusiasts. The trekis one of its kinds in Leh Ladakh. If you are a novice when it comes toclimbing mountains and negotiating treacherous treks, it is better tohire a seasoned mountaineer or trekker. A guide with experience andwith fairly good knowledge of the area is of great help.The smallisolated villages and hamlets and friendly people on the way greetingyou with a magic word "Juley" (hello) makes your trek memorable.

Tracking Pakages


Best period June –September
01)Lamayuru _ Wanla VIA Pirkiting la (3700m) 4-5hrs.
02)Wanla –Hanupata 6-7hrs
03)Hanupata to Photoksar via sirsila(4100m) 6-7hrs
04)Singla la – base to Lingshet via Kyupa La and Margola(4500m) 6-7hrs
05)Photoksar -Singay La base via Singay La (5100m) 7-8hrs.
06)Lingshet –Nyertse via Hanumula (4450m)m
07)Nyertse-Hanamul via Parfila (4450m) 5-6hrs.
08)Hanumal –pishu 4-5hrs.
09)Pishu Karsha or Padum 7-8hrs.
10)Padum-Raru 6-7hrs.
11)Raru –Pepula 6-7 hrs.
12)Pepula –Purney 5-6hrs.
13)Purney –phuktal monastery 3-4hrs.
14)Purne Tantse 5-6hrs.
15)Tantse- Khyargak 6hrs.
16)Kahrgyak –Lhakahn 5-6hrs.
17)Lahkhang –Ramjak via Shingkula(5100)6-7hrs.
18)Ramjak –to Palamo 5-6hrs.
19)Palamo –Darcha 6-7hrs

01)Rumtse –Kyamur 4-5 hrs
02)Kyamar –Tisaling via Mndal Chand via (4850) 5-6hrs/
03)Tisaling- Pangunagu via Shinkbul la (4850) 5-6hrs.
04)Pangunagu –Rachungkaru via Horlamkongkala (5000)6 -7hrs.
05)Rachungkaru –Gyamagonggma via Kyamayurla(5100m)6-8hrs.
06)Gyamagonggma –Korzok Tsomoriri Nyalangyula (5100m) 7-8hrs.
07)Korzok-Kyangdam 5-6hrs.
08)Kyangdam to Latogongma 5-6hrs.
09)–latogongma –Tharangang 5-6hrs.
10)Tharangang –Zozingo 5-6hrs.
11)Zozingo –Daktago via Thalakung La (4900m) 5-6hrs.
12)Numa –Pang 2hrs.
13)Pang –Pangmur4500m 6-7hrs.
14)Pangmur-Spangchendo 5-6hrs.
15)Spangchendo – Debring 5-6hrs.
16)Debring –Purang sumdo via Taklanga(17500ft) 5-6hrs.
17)Purang Sumdo –Rumtse 3hrs

Best period july –mid september
01)Korzok –Kyangdam 8hrs
02)Kyangdam –Nubroo sumdo 5-6hrs.
03)Nurboo sumdo –Polong Parak 6-7hrs.
04)Polong Parak –Tharang Yokma 6-7hrs.
05)Harang Yokma –Khartsa Gongma 7-8hrs.
06)Khartse gongma –Thangtak Gongma 7-8hrs.
07)Thangtak –Kibber 6-7hrs.

Bsest period from Aug to End of se[ptember
01) Marteselang –Shang sumdo 5-6hrs.
02)Shang sumdo –Konmaru Lartse(base ) 5-6 hrs.
03)Lartse –Thachungtse via Kongmarula (5100m) 5-6hrs.
04)Thachungtse –Yakrupal 5-6hrs.
05)Yakrupal –Khurna sdumudo 6-7hrs
06)Khurna sumdo –Tilat sumdo 6-7hrs.
07)Tilat sumdo –Chupchak 5-6hrs.
08)Chupchak –Zangla sumdo via charchala(4950m) 6-7hrs.
09)Zangla sumdo-Zangla village 5-6hrs.
10)Zangla village-Padum 6-7hrs.

Best period 15jan –End of Feb
01)Leh –Chilling by car 2-3hrs walk Tilit do 3-4 hrs.
02)Tilitdo –Markalak 6-7hrs.
03)Markalak –Tip bawo 6-7hrs.
04)Tip bawo –Nyarak Pollu 6-7 hrs
05)Nyarak Pollu –Sarakdo 6-7hrs.
06)Sarakdo –Hanamur over night in house 5-6hrs.
07)Hanamur –pishu 6-7hrs.
08)Pishu –Karsha 6-7hrs
09)Karsha –Padum 3hrs

01)Spituk –Zingchen 4hrs
02)Zingchen –Gandala Base 5-6hrs.
03)Gandalabase Sku Kaya 6-7hrs
04)Sku –Kaya -Markha 7-8hrs
05)Markha –Thachungtse 6-7 hrs
06)Thachungtse – Nimaling 4-5 hrs
07)Nimaling –Shang Sumdo via Kongmaru La (5100m)
08)Shang sumdo- Martselang 3hrs or Hemis 5 hrs