Explore Ladakh Kashmir
Leh is principal centre of Ladakh, Leh is situated in modest valley just the north of Indus valley. Leh to Lamayuru, Likir and Alchi and evening halt at Alchi. Sightseeing Lamayuru, Following exploring villages about the region, it arrives as being a shock to locate that Lamayuru is really a cute small hamlet surrounded by rugged Hindukush peaks.
It is a highly adventurous journey and gives the feeling of true exploration. In fact only a handful of Westerners have ever completed the journey. Temperatures at night could fall below minus 30 Degree Celcius. There is a good chance of seeing Ibex and Blue Sheep on our way. If we are really lucky, we could spot a Winter Fox or a Snow Leopard. The round trip is approximately 140 miles long, and is used in mid winter by Ladakhi postmen to take mail from Leh to Padum.
Come explore Ladakh, the land of infinite wonders. Right after your journey in Ladakh, take pleasure in Royal India, featuring Delhi, Taj Mahal and Jaipur. Leh to Lamayuru, Likir and Alchi and evening halt at Alchi. Sightseeing Lamayuru, Right after exploring villages across the location, it comes like a shock to uncover that Lamayuru is really a cute small hamlet surrounded by rugged Hindukush peaks.
This is a trek into some of the most isolated yet inhabited regions in the Zanskar mountains, most notably the village of Lingshed. Trekking on ice, the frozen Zanskar River, we average five to seven hours daily at an easy pace but a reasonable degree of physical fitness is needed to sustain walking for nine days during winter conditions. The trek commences from the village of Chiling located not far from the confluence of Indus and the Zanskar River.
This trek follows the course of the previous trek to Zangla. In Zangla it leaves the Zanskar River and starts ascending steeply toward the Charchar La, the first and higher of the two major passes to cross on this trek. In general all the characteristics of the Chadar trek on ice apply, however, additionally the treks involves possibly strenuous trekking in deep snow once the ice of the river is left behind.