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TREKKING IN LEH LADAKH INDIAN HIMALAYAS

The beauty of union territory of india Leh Ladakh is wonderfull.snow desert- Lakes Himalayas- mountains- valleys- passes- monasteries & cultures of leh ladhak is marvelous . leh ladhak is a magical union territory of india . Leh ladhak in many ways to experiencing the beauty but when it coming close to nature and Himalayas rivers of leh ladhak it is wonderfull. Leh Ladhak the glories of Mother Nature are indeed infinite. Treeking in leh ladahk in union territory of india is Fantastic to experience the beauty of Himalayas.most beautifull trek of leh ladhak and each of them have to offer. Before making your mind which trek you wanna decide for yourself it is best to now best time for trekking in leh ladhak . Before making mind for leh ladhak best to know which are popular treks in leh ladhak union territory of india.below we have couple of marvellous treks listings as

  • EXCLUSIVELY EXPLORE CHADAR TREK – THE FROZEN TREK
  • In Chadar trekking the Zanskar River turns into a sheet of snow. the Frozen River Trek, commonly known as the Chadar Trek, is one of the challenging treks in the Ladakh region . One of the most popular treks in Ladakh, it takes you to a world of icy wonders. It looks a blanket of white snow and one can feel sliding over icy ground. Be careful though, the trek can get quite challenging in chadar trekking

  • Altitude: 12,361ft, 3,850 m
  • Best Season: Mid-Jan to end-Feb
  • Detailed Itinerary for Chadar Trekking
  • Day 01: Arrive in Leh ( 3500meter )
  • upon arrival in leh Ladhak the union territory of india ,check in hotel.over night Leh ladhak union territory of india lies at an altitude of 3500 metres above sea level, is one of the largest districts in the country. In winters, as most passes to Leh ladhak are closed,bset way to reach leh ladha is flight from delhi, Leh airport which has the distinction of being the highest airport in the world. As soon you land at the airport, you will be greeted by dry and cold air, but what will take all your attention is the lofty, snow-capped mountains all around; a sight that will remain with you forever. After completing the arrival formalities and picking up your bags from the baggage counter, take a taxi and proceed towards the pre-arranged hotel. Get acquainted with your co trekkers and the Adventure Nation team members and rest in the hotel. Stay overnight.

  • Day 02: Leh ladhak Acclimatization trekking
  • After breakfast in hotel day leisure for own activites and optional can trek for acclimatization as general very trekker lovers follow below schedule in morning Get up early in the morning and begin the process of acclimatization at high altitude. Proceed to walk towards Shanti Stupa, a sacred Buddhist stupa, from where you will get an opportunity to witness a beautiful view of the sunrise and a panoramic sight of the town of Leh. Staying hydrated is extremely important so make sure you drink at least 3-4 litres of water everyday.

  • Day 03: : Leh ladhak Acclimatization trekking
  • After breakfast in hotel day leisure for own activites please follow below guide lines of union territory of india to make medical chekup in government hospital. the challenging nature of this particular trekking, the government has made it mandatory for participants to acquire medical certification before they undertake this Himalayan Expedition. A clearance certificate upon a health check-up is mandatory and will be issued by the positioned medical centre. One will get a certificate only when adequately fit and acclimatized for the trek. The basic medical examination is done at the SNM Hospital.

  • Day 04: Leh - Shingra Koma - Tsomo Paldar 3200meter
  • After breakfast in hotel later drive to shingra Koma can enjoy drive and trekking. Distance and Duration: 70km Drive 4 Hours, 3km Trek 2 Hours Grade: Moderate This is the day you’re going to start the extraordinary journey, known as the Chadar Trek. Enjoy breakfast in the morning and start your journey by driving to Shingra Koma. This ride is not for the faint-hearted as bumpy roads and hairpin bends are quite common on this route. The sight of the surrounding high mountains will give you a sense of awe. After reaching, you will have to deboard from the vehicle and prepare to start the trek. Initially, you may find it a bit difficult to walk on the ice but after a few minutes (and a few falls ;-)) you will get comfortable. Reach the first campsite after trekking for a couple of hours. Have some fresh cooked food and stay overnight

  • Day 05: Tsomo Paldar to Tibb Cave (3300meters)
  • After breakfast in in Tsomo paldar procced for trek to Tibb cave

  • Distance/Duration: 14km / 6-7 Hours
  • Grade: Moderate
  • Morning to get ready for Tibb Cave best start trekking early morning with packed launch. During the day, you will behold the breathtaking beauty of the region including ravines and gorges. You might not see sunshine properly as the cliffs in this area obstruct them. Once you reach Tibb cave, you will see a large cave. This is the place where you will halt for the night and rest. tea –coffee with veg snacks are offered in upon arrival and later have dinner. Enjoy overnight stay at the campsite.

  • Day 06: Tibb Cave to Naerak 3400meters
  • After breakfast in Tibb camp ready to make 13 km trekking with packed launch.

  • Distance/Duration: 13km / 7 Hours
  • Grade: Moderate
  • Today exclusively explore chadar trekking and the most scenic part of the expedition and get a chance to witness the largest frozen waterfall in the valley. The bridge built next to the site of the waterfall is used in summers to reach Zanskar from Leh. Thereafter, you can proceed towards the village of Naerak to mingle with the locals and understand their way of living. The temperature in Naerak can get as low as negative 30 degree celsius during the night so you will need to take extra precaution in regards to the clothing. Stay overnight at the village camp comfortably.

  • Day 07: Naerak to Tibb ( 3300 meters )
  • After breakfast in Naerak later procced for Tibb with packed launch

  • Distance/Duration: 13km / 7 Hours
  • Grade: Moderate
  • Today morning after breakfast get ready to return back to Tibb but would not be easy to trek so take time to return back to Tibb and the river quickly reacts to any change in the temperature. By now the frozen river might have taken an entirely new form. On the way back, admire the beauty of the region, click pictures and meet locals, who can be seen wearing traditional woollen Gonchas (robes). Upon Dib Cave, relax and stay overnight at the campsite.

  • Day 08: Tibb - Shingra Koma - Leh 3500 meters
  • After breakfast in Tibb camp site proceed for Shingra koma and make esay way to back leh.

  • Distance/Duration: 14km / 7 Hours
  • Grade: Moderate
  • morning leave for Tibb and proceed towards Shingra Koma, crossing Gyalpo. The trail today will give you a chance to witness high mountains and pugmarks of wild animals like snow leopards, ibex and foxes. If lucky, you just might spot a leopard; even if you do not, then at least be sure, you would be watched by them. After trekking through the day, make your way to Shingra Koma which is technically the finishing point of the trek. Take some rest after arrival and manage your luggage accordingly for the ride to Leh. Later, drive back to Leh and stay overnight at the hotel.

  • Day 09: Leh Ladhak union territory of india 3500 meter
  • After breakfast in hotel day leisure and optional to explore full day all monasteries.over night in hotel

  • Day 10: Departure from Leh
  • After breakfast in hotel day at leisure to to fly back . Today, the mesmeric journey to one of the most scenic destinations in India will ultimately come to an end. The entire experience, we are sure, would give you an unmatchable feeling of achievement and satisfaction. In the morning, check-out from the hotel and depart for Leh airport


  • Markha Valley Trekking
  • Markha Valley Trekking in leh ladhak valley union territory of india is one of the best trekking option for beginners trekers in leh Ladakh. Trekking in Markha valley is magical trek in kingdom of ladhak valley. Markha Valley Trekking is an incredible journey to the Little Tibet where the vicinity is all set for the amazing hill vistas and dry mountains with rural parishes and lavish grazing lands altogether. Markha valley River will take the trekkers along the beautiful monasteries, quaint villages, lush greenery of Nimaling and the tall peak of Kangyatse It is also known as the tea-house trek because the trekker can expect accommodations in parachute tents at the villages along the way. It’s just the right trek for you if you are new to trekking. During the course of this trek, the spectacular beauty of Ladakh greets your eyes. The highlight of this trek is the Kongmaru La Pass, an incredibly scenic place located at an altitude of almost 5,000m. Besides this, you are treated to the gorgeous views of the Ladakh and Zanskar Ranges, Kang Yatze and Stok Kangri peaks.

  • Altitude: 3,700m, 12,139ft
  • Best Season: June to September

  • MARKHA VALLEY TREKKING

  • Day 01: Arrival delhi
  • Upon arrival in delhi meeting and assistance transfer to hotel .over night in delhi

  • Day 02: Delhi – Leh ladhak 3500 meters by flight
  • Upon arrival in leh transfer o hotel day at leisure for own activities .over night in leh.

  • Day 03: Leh ladhak acclimatize
  • After breakfast day at leisure for own activities and best to acclimatize yourself.over night

  • Day 04: leh – Spituk-Zinchen-3200 meters-04 hours mini
  • After breakfast morning drive to 10 km to spituk this is starting point for trek . While trekking we will cross Indus river which is very famous river in leh ladhak in union territory of india and later enter to Zinchen river where we will have our camp site.over night

  • Day 05: Zinchen – Yurutse -3844 meters -05 hours After breakfast in camp later start trek for Yurutse it take minimum 05 hours while passing through this beautifull valley . passing through this beautiful valley, By the time we reach Yurutse after 03 hours and later we meet the river which comes from the Stok Kangri massif. Continue up to the campsite at the base of Ganda La pass. Overnight Camp.
  • Day 06: Yurutse – Ganda La- 4800 meters – Skiu -3510 meters 06/07 hours After breakfast with packed lauch trek to Skiu cross Ganda la- follow the path along the mountainside later then follow the zig zag steep path up to cross GandaLa. Then there is a long descent towards Shingo. After 2 hours' descent beyond Singo, arrive in the Markha Valley. A few hundred meters further, and we will reach Skiu. Overnight Camp.
  • Day 07: Skiu – Markha valley – 3850 meters 07 hours
  • After morning breakfast in campsite proceed for Markha and follow a good path on the right bank of markha and then later cross the river and pass through barren plains arriving at Chaluk. Thereafter, walk along the left bank of river until another crossing and a small climb towards Markha village. Good camp site beyond the village and near the river. Overnight Camp

  • Day 08: Markha – hanker -4000 meters 04 hours
  • Morning after breakfast with packed launch start trekking toward the main valley and pass the Monastery of humlung and after launch break start trekking along the right bank and arrive in Hankar, where there are several houses. Overnight Camp in Hankar.

  • Day 09: Hankar – Nimaling -4650 meters 04 hours
  • Morning after breakfast with packed launch start trekking and cross a broad valley on the rightside. The valley becomes narrow and higher, and crosses bridges to the left bank . We climb to reach Nimaling, which is one of most beautiful high valleys in Ladakh, and is dominated by the Kang Yaze. Overnight Camp in Nimaling.

  • Day 10: Nimaling – Kongmaru la- 5150 meters- Shang Sumdo -3750 meters 07 hours
  • Morning after breakfast with packed launch start trekking and Cross the Markha valley, follow long climb along the mountain side and then towards KongmaruLa. Follow a steep descent into gorges and then keep walking on the left bank to Chukirmo and later cross right and left before arriving in Shang, a beautiful camp in groves. There is a monastery an hour away from the village. Overnight at Camp at Shang Sumdo.

  • Day 11: Shang Sumdo – Hemis -3600 meters 4 hours
  • Morning after breakfast with packed launch procced for gentel trek .Hemis is the most important monastery of Ladakh - 360 years old. The gigantic Thanka one of the largest in the world is open-displayed once every 12 years. Overnight Camp at Hemis.

  • Day 12: Hemis – Thiksey –Shey-Leh
  • Morning after breakfast with packed launch today we can visit the Hemis monastery, then drive to Shey Monastery. This one has a 7.5m copper statue of Buddha plated with gold the largest of its kind. We drive to Thikshy Monastery which is situated on a hill top. There are several temples and wall paintings of Buddha. Close by is the summer palace of the old raja of Leh. This monastery is 800 years old and silver and gold statues can be seen in it. Overnight

  • Day 13: Leh ladhak
  • Morning after breakfast day at leisure for own activities.over night

  • Day 14: Leh ladhak depart

  • The Nubra valley Trekking
  • This Nubra valley is well know for ancient Silk route for camel traders and bringing their wares from central Asia through the Himalayas in to northern india.In Nura valley having higest motorable road in the world ,it is moderately difficult and beautiful trek. Cross the highest motorable road in the world. Experience milder climate and laid back village life and wander through apricot and apple orchards; walk through fertile green fields of barely, wheat and millet. Birdwatchers delight with a variety of bird species. Age old monasteries & once a stopover on the legendary caravan trade route.

  • Total duration:- 10 days
  • Max altitude:- 5150 m
  • Detailed Itinerary for Ancient Silk route
  • Day 01: Arrival delhi International airport
  • Upon arrival meeting & assistance later transfer to hotel.over night

  • Day 02: Delhi – Leh Ladhak by flight – 3500 meters
  • After morning breakfast drive to airport to oard flight for Leh,upon arrival in Leh ,meeting and assistance later transfer to hotel,day at leisure for own activies.over night

  • Day 03: Delhi: Leh ladhak Acclimatized
  • After morning breakfast ,day at leisure for own activities and have time for self Acclimatize .over night

  • Day 04: Leh – Sabu by Jeep-Pulu Digar 4400 meters -06 hours
  • After morning breakfast drive to beautifull country side Sabu later after crossing a bridge we can start trekking inroute to trek we will pass by meadows and can find Herd of yaks & crossbred of yak and cow and can have beautiful view of stock kangri .over night

  • Day 05: Pulu Digar – chumik Tangmo -06 hours minimum
  • After breakfast procced for Digar La -5300 meters and top of Digar La well known for Karakoram range to north of stok ragne of south. We can hang prayer flags in top of Digar La pass.it is belived that prayer flags brings good luck for the journey .In silk route time it was very common practice for the traders and good luck for business too.

  • Day 06:Chumik –Tangmo- Hotong 05 hours minimum
  • After morning breakfast get ready for trek to Hotong ,it is long hot dusty trail through desert until we reach sand dunes .over night

  • Day 07: Hotong – Rongjuk -05 hours minimum
  • After morning breakfast get ready for trek to Ronguk we will continue our trek in the desert along left side of the Shayok river.The trek ahead is hot and dusty so we have to take precation to prevent from dehydration ,we need to drink plenty of water on the trek and after long hot day tiring trek we will have camp on country side of Rongiuk .over night

  • Day 08: Rongjuk – Khalsar 02 hours
  • After morning breakfast ready for easy trek to khalsar ,it is a military country sidein nurba valley,here we have time to explore nurba valley passing through Khardung la 5606 meters to leh. Visit to Samtenling Gompa (Monastery) Trek to Diskit. Visit to 350 year old Diskit Gompa .over night

  • Day 09: Leh
  • After morning breakfast can explore old monestry of leh ladhak –like monestry made of huge gold statue of lord Buddha,thiksey Gompa, Phyang Gompa -hemis Gompa later we can visit the stok palace ,the royal residence of the king of stok and museum collection of ancient ladhaki art including old Thangkas,precious stones,arms and armoury ,the queens necklace and the crown of the king of ofladhak .over night

  • Day 10: Leh departure
  • After morning breakfast departure to Leh Ladhak


  • Sham & Indus valley Trek

  • Total duration:- 08 Days
  • Detailed Itinerary of Sham –Indus valley trekking
  • Day 01: Arrival delhi
  • Upon arrival in delhi ,meeting and assistance later transfer to hotel.

  • Day 02: Delhi- Leh ladhak by flight
  • After morning breakfast drive to airport to board flight for Leh ladhak .upon arrival meeting assistance and transfer to hotel.day at leisure for own activities.over night

  • Day 03: Leh ladhak
  • After morning breakfast drive and explore Indus valley and visit the most famous monasteries of central Ladakh. Visit to HEMIS GOMPA - founded in 1630's by Stag-tsang-ras-pa under the royal patronage of King Sengge Namgyal, Hemis is one of the largest and richest gompas of Ladakh with maximum number of resident monks; Drive back to Leh. Also visit THIKSAY GOMPA & STOK MUSEUM. Overnight stay at the hotel.

  • Day 04: Leh – Likir - Yangthang
  • After morning breakfast drive to explore likir visit the LIKIR MONASTERY Of the many religious artifacts in the monastery, visit the huge 9-storey open standing statue of Maitraya Buddha (Future Buddha). The statue is one of its kind in the entire Himalayan Buddhist belt. TREK: Later start the first leg the trek. After the village cross over the Pobe-La. Enroute trek pass the lonely village of Sumdo. Further along a valley and trek to reach Chartse La and then arrive Yangthang. Overnight stay in tents.

  • Day 05: Yangthang – Ang
  • After morning breakfast trek to reach a beautiful small village of Ang, a bowl shaped village. Trek along Wullu valley and after coming over Shemchan La, arrive at the village of Hemis-Shukpachan. This village is popular throughout Ladakh for its aromatic Shukpa (Cedar) which is used as an incense for religious purposes. Visit the small gompa. Later resume trek for another 2 hours and arrive at Ang. Upon arrival visit to a local house and enjoy Ladakhi Gur-Gur tea (butter tea). Overnight stay in tents.

  • Day 06: Ang – Khaltse
  • After morning breakfast trek to reach Khaltse which is the longest and the most interesting trek. After a short trek from Ang enter Tingmosgang village, the famous village of Ladakh which is known for its Apricots, Apples and Walnuts. At the end of the village visit the ancient palace of Tingmosgang surrounded by ruined buildings. Infact Tingmosgang was once the capital of western Ladakh. Later, trek to Tia village and crossing over the Bongbong La pass descent along a gentle slope and arrive at Khaltse. Overnight stay in tents.

  • Day 07: Khaltse – Alchi - Leh
  • After morning breakfast drive to reach Leh. Enroute divert right to visit ALCHI GOMPA: Founded in 1100 AD by the famous Tibetan translator Lotsava Rinchen Zangpo, Alchi gompa preserves what is believed to be one of the finest buddhist paintings. In its few small dark prayer halls sorrounded by Apricot trees you will find one of the most interesting and immensely beautiful wall paintings. Later drive back to Leh. Upon arrival checkin at the hotel.

  • Day 08: Leh
  • After morning breakfast explore leh ladhak monestries and cultures of leh and evening proceed for folk dance of leh ladhak.over night

  • Day 09: Leh
  • After morning breakfast free day to explore leh ladhak.over night

  • Day 10: Leh – Delhi by flight
  • After morning breakfast drive to airport to board flight for delhi .


  • Padum to Lamayuru Trekking
  • Total duration:-
  • Max altitude:- 4100 m
  • Padum – Lamayuru Trekking Itinerary
  • Day 01:: Arrival delhi
  • Arrival in delhi meeting and assistance later transfer to hotel.over night

  • Day 02:: Delhi –Leh ladhak by flight
  • After morning breakfast drive to airport to board flight for leh ladhak ,upon arrival meeting assistance transfer to hotel,day at leisure for own activities.over night

  • Day 03::Leh ladhak – Kargil 235 km drive
  • morning after breakfast drive to Kargil by Jeep/Coach, visiting the Alchi monastery on the way. Today we have to cross the highest pass (FotuLa 13749 ft) on Srinagar-Leh route. Finally, we stop at the Mulbek monastery, which is worth the visit. Another 40 Kms drive will take us to Kargil. Overnight at Hotel.

  • Day 04:: Kargil – Randgom 135 km drive
  • After morning breakfast drive to Randgom After leaving Kargil, we drive towards the Zanskar valley. On the way, we see Panikar and Parkachan villages as well as views of Nun & Kun peaks. Arrive Rangdom in the evening. Overnight in tents.

  • Day 05:: Randgom – Padam 150 km drive
  • After morning breakfast enroute visit Rangdom Gompa which we visit before continuing to drive to Padam. Padam is the Capital of Zanskar valley, which we will reach after crossing PenisLa pass (4401m), and seeing some ancient Buddhist villages. After crossing Tungri bridge, we visit Sunni Gompa before finally reaching Padam in the late afternoon. Overnight in tents

  • Day 06:: Padam – Karsha 04 hours trekking
  • ,p>After morning breakfast start trekking towards Piptong, and then pass through the dusty plain, cross the Doda river climb and arrive at Karsha’s 15th century Monastery. Overnight in tents.
  • Day 07:: Karsha – Pishu 05 hours trekking
  • After morning breakfast start trekking ,its An easy and dusty walk today. After crossing Rinam, there is a rock shelter and a small stream (Zanskar river). The longest hanging-bridge (55m) joining the Zangla gompa can be visited before arriving at Pishu. From Zangla a side trail goes to Padam via Zozar andThongde. Overnight in Tents.

  • Day 08:: Pishu – Hanumil 05 hours trekking
  • After morning breakfast trek on the left bank of Zanskar River, sometime crossing the morainic plateau. After crossing a bridge, Pidmu is reached. And after 2 more hours, we reach at Hanumil. Overnight in Tents

  • Day 09:: Hanumil – Parfila – snertse 06 hours trekking
  • After morning breakfast -After one hour of easy path beyond Hanumil, the trail leads up to a plateau along Zanskar River’s edge, and then to the foot of the pass. After a steep and difficult climb to ParfiLa (3900m), a steep descent will take us to the Oma Chu river. Cross the bridge and continue on a steep and difficult climb of about one Km. Overnight in Tents.

  • Day 10:: snertse – Hanumala -Lingshad 09 hours trekking
  • After morning breakfast pass a sheep fold. A further 3-hour walk will take us to HanumaLa (4700m). After a km of steep descent, climb for half a km along the mountain-side, and then descend towards Lingshad (3800m). Overnight in tents.

  • Day 11::Lingshad – Foot of Singela 07 hours trekking
  • After morning breakfast and Climb for around one hour easily up to MargumLa (4100m). Descend along the slope, with beautiful landscape and a view of Nierang valley. After passing the village of Gongma (3840m) and Skiumpata, climb a steep ascent to KubeLa (3800m). Continue climbing up to the foot of SingeLa. Overnight in Tents.

  • Day 12::Foot of Singela – Singela- Photoksar 07 hours trekking
  • After morning breakfast later Start by finishing the climb to SingeLa. It takes about 7 to 8 hours to reach Photoksar from the pass. A short descent opens out in a broad valley, which we follow. First we have an easy walk before the climb to BoumitseLa (4200m) which is not arduous. Now descend to Photoksar (3750m). Overnight in tents.

  • Day 13:: Photoksar – Sirsirla - Hanupatta 06 hours trekking
  • After morning breakfast trek to Photoksar, a gentle climb of one hour takes us to a large chorten. There is a long ascent of SirsirLa, the last part that is steep. Now we descend to the river, cross a bridge and pass a stony valley before arriving at the campsite a little before Hanupatta (3450m). Overnight in Tents.

  • Day 14::Hanupatta – Wanla – shilla 07 hours trekking
  • After morning breakfast trek to Continue the descent across the slope, where the path cut into the rock, up to a junction of the rivers with a chorten and flittering flag. After crossing a ridge, go down passing through some fallen rocks, arrive at Franjila (3 Hrs). Wanla is located on flat land, and is reached after crossing a bridge on the left bank of the river. Cross another bridge, and arrive at Shilla. Overnight in Tents.

  • Day 15::Hanupatta – Wanla – shilla - Lamayuru 07 hours trekking
  • After morning breakfast trek and passing the village of Shilla, go to broad chorten and then follow a narrow and dry gorge to reach PrinkitiLa (3725m). Now, it is a one-hour easy descent. After crossing the river, Lamayuru village is reached. Use the remaining day to visit the monastery. Overnight in Tents.

  • Day 16:: Lamayuru - leh 120 km drive
  • After morning breakfast drive to leh via some interesting villages. On the way, visit Alchi and Likir monasteries, which are two of the famous monasteries of Ladakh region. Check in the Hotel.

  • Day 17:: leh
  • After morning breakfast day at leisure for own activities .over night

  • Day 18:: leh - Delhi by flight
  • After morning breakfast drive to airport to board flight for delhi

  • Stok Kangri Trek
  • You think you are tough enough Try the Stok Kangri Trek. The Stok Kangri Trek is one of the most challenging treks in Ladakh. During the course of the trek, you come across various sceneries, each of which show a different picture of Ladakh’s beauty. You are also treated to spectacular views of Zanskar and Indus Valley during the course of the trek. It should be noted though, that this trek is certainly not for the faint of heart due to its incredible altitude and difficulty. Prepare yourself both physically and mentally before setting off. Once you reach the summit though, you can enjoy breathtaking views of K2, or Mt. Godwen-Austen.

  • Altitude: 6,000m, 19,685ft
  • Best Season: Mid-July to mid-September

  • Snow Leopard Trek
  • Snow Leopard Trek is one of the best treks in Ladakh because not only does it give you plenty of adventure, but also lets you admire its fascinating wildlife. Snow Leopard Trek covers the Hemis National Park, which stretches to almost 600sq. km in the valleys of Markha and Rumbak. While the other treks show you the natural beauty of Ladakh, this trek gives you the chance of spotting rare and endangered species that live exclusively in the cold desert. Some of these are ibex, snow leopard, Ladakhi Urial, marmot, Tibetan Hare and antelope, besides others.

  • Altitude: 3,000m, 9,842ft
  • Best Season: January-February
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate

  • Lamayuru to Alchi trek
  • What makes the Lamayuru to Alchi Trek different from the other treks is the glimpse it provides of the lifestyle of the Indo-Tibetan people. You get a chance to explore the rich history of the region through the walls of the ancient monasteries of Ladakh as well as the scriptoriums. The major attractions of this trek are the Lamayuru Monastery followed by Prinkti La at 3,750m and the Alchi Monastery along with isolated small villages including Ursi and Mang-Gyu. The most difficult part of this trek, however, is the steep trail that leads to Tar La Pass at 5,250m after crossing Ursi village.

  • Altitude: 5,200m, 1,7060ft
  • Best Season: May-November
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Lamayuru to Chilling Trek
  • The reason you should go for the Lamayuru to Chilling Trek is that if offers a little bit of everything that Ladakh is famous for. Opting for this trek lets you enjoy not only the spectacular natural beauty of Ladakh but also get a glimpse of its spiritual and cultural side through the monasteries, villages and the locals whom you meet along the way. The Lamayuru to Chilling Trek also offers you the magnificent views of the Stok and Karakoram ranges as well as the Dungdung Chan La, Prinkti La and Kongskil La Passes. The best part about this trek is that anyone can go for it without requiring any experience in trekking.

  • Altitude: 4,950m, 16,240ft
  • Best Season: Mid-June to September
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Kashmir Great Lakes Trek
  • Want to give your trip to Kashmir a personal touch Set off for the Kashmir Great Lakes Trek. The trek takes you past the sights that have always dreamt of visiting, but at a close range. All the lakes of Kashmir pride themselves on their virgin like beauty. During the course of the trek, you will visit the famous lakes of Kashmir including Vishansar Lake, Gadsa Lake, Satsar Lake and Gangabal Twin Lakes. The Kashmir Great Lakes Trek will also take you past beautiful streams, meadows and forests dotted with pine trees.

  • Altitude: 13,800ft, 4,206m
  • Best Season: June-September
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Ripchar Valley Trek
  • Ripchar Valley Trek is a favorite with the tourists. The prime reasons behind the popularity of the trek is the magnificent views it offers of the Ladakhi landscape. The trek takes you across spectacular mountain ranges including Zanskar, Karakoram and other ranges which form a part of the Himalayas. You also cross several small villages along the way, lush pastures and other sceneries that Ladakh is so famous for. The trek also takes you to the region of Chilling, renowned the world over for its production of copper.

  • Altitude: 4300m, 14107ft
  • Best Season: June to September
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Lamayuru to Darcha Trek
  • You should try the Lamayuru to Darcha Trek in Ladakh if you want to experience the cultural and spiritual side of it. What many people tend to forget is that Ladakh is rich not just in its topography, but also in its culture. The trail is dotted with several monasteries, visiting which can be a spiritually uplifting experience. Some of these monasteries include Lamayuru, Phugtal Monastery and Lingshet village. This trek is a favorite with trekkers looking to explore the spirituality of Ladakh.

  • Altitude: 5000m, 16,404ft
  • Best Season: July-September
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Jhunglam Hemis to Padum Trek
  • Jhunglam Hemis to Padum Trekoffers you one of the most enthralling trails for trekking in Ladakh. The trek covers the most beautiful places in Ladakh including the Markha Valley, Zangla Village and Zanskar Valley. You will also visit the renowned Hemis Monastery and see the beauty of villages like Chokdo and Chuskurmo. However, it should be remembered that the trail will require you to cross several rivers and constantly acclimatize due to the frequently changing altitudes. Certainly, this trek is not an easy one to undertake, however, the entire experience is worth it.

  • Altitude: 5200m, 1,7060ft
  • Best Season: August to October
  • Difficulty Level: Difficult
  • Lamayuru to Stok Kangri Trek
  • You have always been fascinated with the Himalayas, right? If you want to enjoy the breathtaking views it provides at a close distance, then the Lamayuru to Stok Kangri Trek is for you. The best part about this trek is that it can be undertaken by both amateurs and experts alike. The Stok Kangri peak can be accessed from the Markha Valley. The trek takes you through several villages located at high altitudes as well as a part of Hemis National Park, where you might be lucky to spot a few animals.

  • Altitude: 6150m, 20,177ft
  • Best Season: Mid-June to September
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Padum to Darcha Trek
  • Can you imagine coming across the different topographies of Ladakh in just one trek? That’s what the Padum to Darcha Trek, one of the best treks to go in Ladakh, offers. It’s quite interesting to know that this trek is quite popular among the Europeans. The steepest point in the trek is the Shingo La which stands at 16,568ft. As for the special experience during the trek, that awaits you in the form of the Gombu Rangjom rock, where the yaks can be seen grazing in pastures full of wild flowers. Oh, and the trek also covers a point which the Indians are emotionally attached to Kargil.

  • Altitude: 5000m, 16,404ft
  • Best Season: June - September
  • Difficulty Level: Easy

  • Markha Valley & Stok Kangri Trekking

  • Area: Ladakh Indian Himalaya
  • Duration: 16 days
  • Best season: July - September
  • Grade: Alpine - Challenging
  • Altitude: 6150 mts.
  • When it comes to trekking in Ladakh region for experienced trekkers, they pick up the best one. The Markha Valley Trek along with Stok Kangri is one of the most beautiful and strenuous treks in the Ladakh belt that takes approximately couple of weeks to cover an entire stretch from Chilling to Leh via Stok Village. The trail climbs up from an altitude of 3500 meters to 6150 meters, which is the highest trekable summit in India, the Stok Kangri summit, and requires proper acclimatization. Passing through the fertile and rich green Markha Valley secluded by the Kang Yatse at 6400mts from east and Zanskar range from the south west the trail winds to Stok Kangri en route steep climbs, narrow and rocky tracks, glaciers and changing climatic conditions. The Markha Valley along with Stok Kangri Trek further delves into the indigenous culture of the Indo-Tibetans dwelling in the remote villages tucked at the lofty and steep ridges. The major attractions on the Markha Valley along with Stok Kangri Trek are the Hemis National Park that houses some of the rare species of Himalayan wildlife like the Snow leopard, lynx, Ladakhi Urial (a type of goat), Arghali (great Tibetan sheep), Blue sheep, Red fox, Tibetan wolf, Dhole (wild dog), Marmot and Mountain hare; Rumbuk Village; Ganda La wherefrom one can enchant the breathtaking view of the Stok Kangri summit and Zanskar ranges; and shrines like Lhatos and Mani towards Markha village. Further it continues the trail onto a steep climb towards the Kongmaru La and thereby steep descent to a steep gorge. The journey dilates the changing landscape from rich to barren valleys and from a bright sunny day to a bizarre climate. The backpackers hit several obstacles to reach the Stok Kangri summit wherefrom one can get a 360° view of the farfetched snow capped peaks. Mt. K2, which is the second highest peak of the world, is visible from the summit on a clear blue sky. Nonetheless one can also enchant the peaks of Sasser Group and Zanskar range.

  • Day 01: Arrival Delhi
  • Meet our representative after reaching Delhi Airport. Transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay in hotel. Day 02: Delhi to Leh (3500 mts/11480 ft) (Complete Rest in Leh for acclimatization) Catch the flight for Leh in the morning. Reach the guesthouse and take a complete day rest to get acclimatized. Overnight stay in guesthouse.

  • Day 03: Leh - Shey - Thiksey - Hemis
  • This day is for visiting local monasteries of this area. Shey Gompa located near Leh was once the summer palace of Ladakh kings. You can explore lots of Stupas and Gompas around Shey Palace. Deldan Namgyal built this palace in 17th century. Thiksey Gompa is located close to Shey, at about 17 kms distance. The monastery is said to be one of the most majestic in Ladakh and belongs to the Gelukspa order. Hemis Monastery is situated about 45 kms south of Leh and it is one of the most frequented and largest monasteries in Ladakh. Hemis belongs to the Drukpa order and it was founded in the early 17th century. The ambiance is perfect with the monastery cradled in a beautiful valley, fringed by streams and fronted by elongated Mani walls. Overnight stay at the guesthouse.

  • Day 04: Leh - Chilling
  • We have now become accustomed and ready to start trekking. The concise introduction to the Tibetan Buddhist World of Ladakh cab be explored completely while trekking through Markha Valley. It is around 40 kilometers of drive along the track towards Srinagar and Kashmir to Nimmo. On the route, we will have to cross Indus on a b bridge and then proceed along the left bank of the river Zanskar through the ravine to Chilling. Chilling is also a doorway into the Markha Valley. Our camping will be in Chilling and we will enjoy an easy afternoon.

  • Day 05: Chilling –Skiu
  • Cross Zanskar through box and cable bridge and we will meet the trek crew and pack-ponies. These pack-ponies have come via Markha Valley in advance of one day. We will sort out the loads for ponies and start the first day of trekking along the slender trail on the right shore of Zanskar to the meeting point of Markha River and Main Valley. We scramble to cross spur and can view southwards to where the imposing Zanskar ravine fades around a corner. At this point, we will turn in the direction of southeast into the Markha valley and continue in anticipation of reaching the irrigated trees and turfs of the settlements of Skiu and Skays, where we will camp overnight. The key trail into the Markha Valley from the north, over the Ganda La, junctions our course at this point. A small monastery in Skiu and a deserted fortress/monastery on the cliff are there above our shore camp

  • Day 06: Skiu - Markha
  • Crossing and re-crossing the Markha watercourse, we mark a long day's walk of about 7 hours to the 30 or 40 houses belonging to Markha Village (3800meters). The track passes through fairly sumptuous vegetation at the riverside, as the upper valley-gradients are unvaryingly brown and dry. We will come across bridges at many of the more challenging crossing places. On the way route we pass several more dilapidated monasteries, which are every so often quite demanding to pick out, elevated on the valley sides. We will also witness a number of well-maintained chortens and prayer walls and at least one good illustration of wolf trap. Throughout the winter, snow leopards and wolves are a nuisance in these lofty valleys, which become bold on account of their hunger drop away to the hamlets and prey on domestic animals. The indigenous form of wolf trap is a stone insertion with pendulous sides, into which is positioned live or dead animals baits. I case a wolf a jumps into the insertion to eat the bait, is incapable to escape and is stone to decease by the native folks. We also pass a pair of isolated house, one of which headdress acknowledged as a peraq. Right on a hill to the north of Markha there is a small Gompa. The local monk will be contented to show you the prehistoric wall paintings and festival masks which are enclosed within this exquisite old monastery - supposedly one of the primogenital in Ladakh. This trek from Skiu to Markha is as worthy a day's trekking as any of the treks in the Himalayas.

  • Day 07: Markha - Hangkar
  • We will keep continue moving above Markha Village and trekking eastwards, deep into the Markha valley, to Hangkar, which is a good camping spot. All through today's 4 to 5 hour walk we will cross more remarkable monasteries, some abandoned and some unharmed, a testimony to the fact that this valley was formerly more heavily populated than it is at present. Concealed away between the two hamlets which form Hangkar Village, at high on a rock-strewn spur is another note worthy derelict monastery. This high valley makes tourists see small herds of blue sheep (Bharal), which often come right down to the stream to graze.

  • Day 08: Hangkar - Nimaling
  • After leaving Hangkar, there is a good view of a splendid snow peak at the head of the valley. This peak is Kang Yatze, a 6400-meter tall mountain having a subsidiary peak at about 6100 meter which is very up-front and often scaled as a trekking crest its own right. Crossing another well-maintained wolf pit we pass through the Markha watercourse on the last bridge that we will witness and start sheer ascend on the way to the high plains well-known as Nimaling, This day we will ascend from about 4000 meters to a camp positioned at 4600 meters and we will sense the effects of elevation. The backdrop opens out as we navigate around to the north of Kang Yatze and quest out for the pass which we will have to cross in order to return to the Indus Valley.

  • Day 09: Nimaling - Kongmaru la
  • We transverse up to the Kongmaru la (5100 meters) on a well-marked trail, which crisscrosses across rock for the final 250-meter to reach the pass. It is a 2 hours ascent. From the pass, we will come across the vistas of Eastern Karakoram Range. The southern landscape is made exquisite by Kang Yatze presenting pleasingly knotted rock formations, buttresses and pillars, some of them having remarkable colors. The first camping place is at Chuskirma, where there are a couple of stone-huts and few rough pastures.

  • Day 10: Kongmaru La - Martselang
  • We will continue our decline trail, crossing a couple of imposing house, the utmost in the valley. Then we will pass another section of rock-strewn gorge. The gorge opens out a little as we reach close to the scenic settlement of Sumdo and soon afterward we reach a jeep road that is in the course of being constructed into the valley. Afterwards, we will follow this for an hour until we can view the houses and foliage of Martselang, which is positioned on the main Indus valley road. We opt to skirt above the valley on a train from here, which will take us after about an hour, through scores of striking chortens, to the tributary valley below the Hemis Monastery, At this place, there is a good camping spot in a field of large vegetation. If you are not tired of Gompas then you can re-visit Hemis

  • Day 11: Martselang - Stok Village
  • We transfer by jeep to Stok village in the morning. This village lies immediately at the south of Leh. We will find is a royal palace in Stok Village, where the recently crowned young Ladakhi Ruler lives. Moreover, there is also small museum containing religious artifacts and traditional clothing belonging to the regal clan. There is time to scout the palace and monastery at Stok before the lunchtime. After lunch, we will begin our walk-in to Stok Kangri with an easy trek of 2 hours. At very close to the Indus valley, we are in a high and wild area visited only by hiking groups and by the indigenous people who spend some of the summer months in quaint villages of stone-huts. From these villages they tend their flocks of sheep and goats.

  • Day 12: Stok Village – Stok Kangri BC
  • On this day, we will carry out a trek taking few hours up to the base camp area of Stok Kangri. It is a very congenial campsite on a grassy area beside lots of Mel-water streams. We can enjoy the view above the camp in the afternoon. The area above the camp offers breathtaking views of contiguous peaks like Gulap Kangri, Stok Kangri, Parcha Kangri and many more.

  • Day 13: Stok Kangri BC
  • It is the day for taking rest and acclimatization to make certain that the group is feeling all set to carry out the climb of Stok Kangri. It takes the half-four ascent up to the pass at 5000 meters above our campsite, perhaps taking the climbing hardware that can be accumulated at the pass in preparation for the following day's ascent.

  • Day 14 & Day 15: We have scheduled two days for the climb, to attempt to give each person a chance.
  • This is the day for ascending up to the peak. We will start only after ensuring that they is no contingency like poor weather, etc. According to the fitness of the team, we will either go for a one-day scaling from our base camp, or decide on to institute a high camp, from where we can make the climb on the next day. Much of the ascent encompasses walking transversely through scree and rocky gradients, which are likely to be unadorned of snow by the time of our excursion; if not there has been unseasonal snowfall. The ultimate part of the ascent will comprise the use of crampons and ice-axe on the snow-slopes up to approximately 35 degrees. However, this is not a technically challenging ascent, at an elevation of over 6000 meters displaying peaks in Tibet at the north-east and a bird's eye view of the Indus valley, there is certain demand of good physical fitness. If we accomplish to hike the peak on the first day itself, there may be a chance to go for one of the other easy peaks above the base camp.

  • Day 16: Stok Kangri BC - Stok Village - Leh
  • We will descent directly from our base camp to the upper extents of Stok Village, with its meadows of barley and buckwheat. The jeeps at Stok will take us back to Hotel in Leh.

  • Day 17: Leh - Delhi
  • Reach the airport for the pleasant flight across the spectacular chain of Himalayas in order to reach Delhi. Trip & Services Ends Here

  • Trekking in Himachal pradesh himalayas

  • Hampta Pass Treking
  • Trek Region:- Himachal Pradesh -MANALI - INDIA
  • One Way Trek:- 64 Kms.
  • Total duration:- 16 Days
  • Trek grade:- Moderate
  • Max altitude:- 4270 m
  • Route of the trail - Itinerary
  • Day 01 : arrival New Delhi
  • Upon arrival in delhi meeting and transfer to hotel .over night

  • Day 02:: Delhi – Amritsar
  • Morning after breakfast drive to Amritsar ,upon arrival check in hotel later visit Baga border ceremony and evening visit golden temple . over night

  • Day 03 :: Amritsar – Manali
  • Morning after breakfast drive manali ,upon arrival check in hotel and evening visit manali market .over night

  • Day 04 :: Manali - Tilgan
  • After breakfast Morning drive to Prini after breakfast trek to - Tilgan (2470m) 4 hours. The first day’s walk is an acclimatization trek .

  • Day 05 :: Tilgan – Sarra Bogi
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Sarra Bogi -3100meters -4 hours. The trek starts through forest of silver fir, Bhujpattar, oak and chestnut. Enroot to Sarra Bogi you will find plenty of natural spring water.

  • Day 06 :: Sarra Bogi - Kharimindiyari
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Kharimindiyari -3250meters- 5 hours. This trek is through the snowline to reach just below the Pha-Konda peak.

  • Day 07 :: Kharimindiyari – Juara
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Juara -3530meters Summit Camp 6 hours.The trek is challenging one with lots of streams, snowfield and open space. The campsite at Juara .

  • Day 08 :: Juara – Hamta pass
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Hamta Pass 4270 meters and back to Juara 8 hours. The trail now begins to ascend towards Hamta Pass-4270 meters .Along the way, one can have close views of Deo-Tibba massif, Inderkilla and Indrasan peaks.

  • Day 09 :: Hamta village
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Hamta village Campsite -2600meters . 5 hrs. The route is the same as the one taken on the way to the top till Jhobari Bridge. An easy descending takes you to Jobri bridge from where it’s off road gradual walk through Marasu, Panduropa, Setan Village, potato fields and small hamlets upto Hamta village.

  • Day 10 :: Hamta village – Base camp prini - manali
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Base Camp via Chhalet Village 3 hours. Trek to Base camp Prini .After lunch Drive to Manali Hotel.

  • Day 11 :: Manali – dharamshala –Mcleodganj -223 km
  • After breakfast Morning drive to dharamshala later .over night

  • Day 12 ::Dharamshala –Mcleodganj
  • After breakfast Morning explore Mcleodganj also known as little lasa ecause of of its large population of Tibetans.The Tibetan government in exile is headquartered in mcleodganj. home of Bhuddist Guru Dalai lama.over night.

  • Day 13 ::Dharamshala –Mcleodganj
  • After breakfast Morning day leisure for own activeites.over night

  • Day 14 ::Dharamshala –Mcleodganj - Chandigarh -244 km
  • After breakfast Morning drive to Chandigarh first pre plan cilty of india.over night

  • Day 15 ::- Chandigarh – Delhi -240 km
  • After breakfast Morning drive to delhi .over night

  • Day 16 ::- Delhi departure
  • After breakfast Morning drive to airport to board flight for own destination

  • DEO TIBBA GLACIER TREKKING
  • Trek Region:- Himachal Manali indian himalayas
  • One Way Trek:- 64 Kms.
  • Total duration:- 17 days
  • Trek grade:- Moderate
  • Max altitude:3850 meters
  • Route of the trail –Itinerary
  • Day 01:: arrival New Delhi
  • Upon arrival in delhi meeting and transfer to hotel .over night

  • Day 02:: Delhi – Amritsar
  • Morning after breakfast drive to Amritsar ,upon arrival check in hotel later visit Baga border ceremony and evening visit golden temple . over night

  • Day 03 :: Amritsar – Manali
  • Morning after breakfast drive manali ,upon arrival check in hotel and evening visit manali market .over night

  • Day 04 :: Manali - Tilgan
  • After breakfast Morning drive to Prini after breakfast trek to - Tilgan (2470m) 4 hours. The first day’s walk is an acclimatization trek .

  • Day 05 :: Tilgan – Sarra Bogi
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Sarra Bogi -3100meters -4 hours. The trek starts through forest of silver fir, Bhujpattar, oak and chestnut. Enroot to Sarra Bogi you will find plenty of natural spring water.

  • Day 06 :: Sarra Bogi - Kharimindiyari
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Kharimindiyari -3250meters- 5 hours. This trek is through the snowline to reach just below the Pha-Konda peak.

  • Day 07 :: Kharimindiyari – Zameer -3300 meters
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Zameer -3300 meters 5 hours. Today’s trek is an easy one with lots of streams, juniper and open space.

  • Day 08:: Zameer – Piyangniru -3800 meters
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Piyangniru. One can have a very close view of the mountain peaks, glacier valleys, hanging glacier, crevasses and a heart touching scenic panoramic view of almighty Deo Tibba peak. After having lunch visit to Deo Tibba glacier for look in to the fetching view of the Deo Tibba snout, which originates Jhobri River (3800m.) and back to camp.

  • Day 09:: Piyangniru – Summit hill 3500 meters
  • After breakfast Morning trek to top of the summit hill (3880m.) and after that gradually all the way descend down to Raurikhauri snow camp (3850m). At Raurikhauri one can have a good scenic beauty of a small frozen mountain tarn on the treeless landscape and snow capped mountains view of both Dhauladhar and Pirpanjal ranges.

  • Day 10 :: Hamta village
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Hamta village Campsite -2600meters . The route is the same as the one taken on the way to the top till Jhobari Bridge. An easy descending takes you to Jobri bridge from where it’s off road gradual walk through Marasu, Panduropa, Setan Village, potato fields and small hamlets upto Hamta village.

  • Day 11 :: Hamta village – manali
  • After breakfast Morning trek to Base Camp via Chhalet Village 3 hours. Trek to Base camp Prini .After lunch Drive to Manali Hotel.

  • Day 12 :: Manali – dharamshala –Mcleodganj -223 km
  • After breakfast Morning drive to dharamshala later .over night

  • Day 13 ::Mcleodganj
  • After breakfast Morning explore Mcleodganj also known as little lasa ecause of of its large population of Tibetans.The Tibetan government in exile is headquartered in mcleodganj. home of Bhuddist Guru Dalai lama.over night

  • Day 14 ::Mcleodganj
  • After breakfast Morning day leisure for own activeites.over night

  • Day 15 ::Mcleodganj - Chandigarh -244
  • After breakfast Morning drive to Chandigarh first pre plan cilty of india.over night

  • Day 16 ::- Chandigarh – Delhi -240 km
  • After breakfast Morning drive to delhi .over night

  • Day 17 ::- Delhi departure
  • After breakfast Morning drive to airport to board flight for own destination

  • TRIUND TREKKING
  • Trek Region:- Himachal – dharamshala in indian himalayas
  • Total duration:- 08 days
  • Trek grade:- easy trek
  • Route of the trail –Itinerary
  • Day 01:: arrival New Delhi
  • Upon arrival in delhi meeting and transfer to hotel .over night

  • Day 02:: Delhi – Amritsar
  • Morning after breakfast drive to Amritsar ,upon arrival check in hotel later visit Baga border ceremony and evening visit golden temple . over night

  • Day 03:: Amritsar – Dharamshala- Mcleodganj- -206 km
  • Morning after breakfast drive to mcleodganj via dharamshala .over night

  • Day 04:: Mcleodganj
  • Morning after breakfast trek to Bhagsu nag fall later trek to dharamkot in dhuldhar range .over night

  • Day 05:: Mcleodganj –Triund- Mcleodganj
  • Morning after breakfast trek toTriund same day and back to mcleodganj .over night

  • Day 06 ::Mcleodganj - Chandigarh -244 km
  • After breakfast Morning drive to Chandigarh first pre plan cilty of india.over night

  • Day 07 ::- Chandigarh – Delhi -240 km
  • After breakfast Morning drive to delhi .over night

  • Day 08 ::- Delhi departure
  • After breakfast Morning drive to airport to board flight for own destination

  • Himachal Pradesh indian himalayas -parvati valley trekking
  • Total duration: 10 days
  • Route of the trail - Itinerary
  • Day 01 : arrival New Delhi
  • Upon arrival in delhi meeting and transfer to hotel .over night

  • Day 02:: Delhi – Amritsar
  • Morning after breakfast drive to Amritsar ,upon arrival check in hotel later visit Baga border ceremony and evening visit golden temple . over night

  • Day 03 :: Amritsar – Kasol
  • Morning after breakfast drive Kasol ,upon arrival check in hotel and evening visit local market .over night

  • Day 04 :: Kasol – Chalal-Kasol
  • Morning after breakfast trek to Chalal with packed launch trek is about 01 hour to chalal later explore chalal and return to Kasol .over night

  • Day 04 :: Kasol – Manikaran-Barshaini-Tosh – Kheer ganga
  • Morning after breakfast drive to manikaran visit sikh temple and later drive to Barshaini then trek to kheerganga 10 km trek.over night

  • Day 05 :: Kheer Ganga – Barshaini 10 km trek
  • Morning after breakfast then trek 10 km back to Barshaini later drive to kasol.over night

  • Day 06 :: Kasol
  • Morning after breakfast day at leisure to explore kasol .over night

  • Day 07 :: Kasol
  • Morning after breakfast day at leisure to explore kasol .over night

  • Day 08 :: Kasol – Chandigarh 270 km
  • Morning after breakfast drive to chandigarh .over night

  • Day 09 :: Chandigarh - Delhi
  • Morning after breakfast drive to delhi .over night

  • Day 10 :: Delhi departure
  • Morning after breakfast departure to airport

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