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Home>>Ladakh Trekking

 Ladakh Trekking

Trekking in Ladakh is a glory for trekkers with plenty of opportunities to fit all adventurers and nature fan. There are many treks with a combination of culture and sport activities. Trek along the Indus River and knowledge the tour of local monasteries permitting you to enjoy various aspects of Ladakhi culture. The exciting high altitude mountain climb of Stok Kangri combined with the beautiful Markha valley trek of 9 to 12 days forever favorite for its wonderful geography and environment. Trekking possibilities include short, day-long walks up and down mountain slopes to visit remote villages or monastic settlements, or crossways a ridge to enjoy the absolute beauty of the lunar mountain scape. Ladakh in Indian Himalaya is a glory for trekking fan, Ladakh have abundance of trekking options to suit all adventurers and nature lovers. Ladakh is a cold desert untruthful in the rain shadow of the Great Himalayas and other smaller ranges.

Good pair of trekking boots, socks, warm-waterproof clothing, sunglasses, sun-hat, down feather sleeping bag, first aid kit, water purification tablets, and all things required to carry for a trek. For trekking in Ladakh you must be ready to face all difficulties. Ladakh one of the most favorite trekking place, having some of the most charming and challenging treks in north part of India. Some of the famous ways for trekking in Ladakh, Kashmir India are:

  • Lamayuru (in Indus Valley) to Darcha (in Lahoul)

  • Markha Valley trek

  • Lamayuru-Padum trek

  • Stok-Khangri round trek

  • Parts of the Ladakh range, lying between the Indus and Shayok valleys

Most Popular Attractions In Ladakh

Dal Lake

The Kashmir valley is gifted with exotic natural scenic beauty of landscape and water bodies, out of them, the most famous are Dal Lake and Nagin Lake.

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Wular Lake, Wular Lake tours, Visit Wular Lake of Jammu Kashmir, Travel to Wular Lake, Beaches and Lakes of Jammu Kashmir Wular Lake

Claimed to be the major freshwater lake in India, the Wular Lake can broaden over nearly 200-sq-kms but its real surface area tends to vary during the year.

Hemis High Altitude National Park

The Hemis National Park is located in the Ladakh division of the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. Situated at a distance of around 40 km southeast of Leh, it takes its name from the world famous Buddhist Gompa situated here.

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Losar, Losar fairs festivals, Losar travel, Losar of Jammu Kashmir, Fair and Festival of Jammu Kashmir, Jammu Kashmir Losar - January

Losar marks the onset of the Ladakhi New Year. The festival is noticeable by buying new clothes and jewelry, and holding big feasts. Celebrated by the Buddhists of Leh, it is not uncommon to see their Hindu and Muslim neighbors join the celebrations as well.


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