Ladakh offers numerous trekking possibilities ranging from short, daylong walks to long trans-mountain treks involving weeks of walking and camping in the wilderness. The traditional trekking season extends from early June to mid October. But there are other interesting treks that can taken all year round. The Chadar trek over the frozen Zanskar river in winter is probably one of the most exciting treks in the world and it takes place in mid January to the end of February.

Sham Valley Trek

The short (5 days) and easy (the altitude won’t be more than 4000 m) trekking leads on one of the most mythic part of the Silk road through many villages, real green spots in the middle of a lunar world with monasteries perched on rocky promontory, smiling children and barley fields surrounded by majestic snowy mountains. Every night we will establish our camp next to a village. A mule is planned for each child when he/she would be too tired of the walk. Click to trek

Markha Valley Trek

A feast of scenic and ethnic diversity, it is one of Ladakh’s classic treks, a rugged high-altitude hiking on Stok range. Along the way we pass prayer flags rippling silently in the fresh wind, and walk into small green valleys, greeted by cheery herders. We cross three passes including Kongmaru La (5200 Mts.), higher than two others’ to reach the Markha valley south of Leh. Many named & un-named peaks in the altitude range of 5500 Mts. To 6400 Mts. makes the great amphitheater. Click to trek

Stok Kangri

 Towering at an impressive 6153 m, Stok Kangri is a serious challenge. Although at such an impressive height, it is not a technical climb and in season requires no advanced mountaineering equipment. The view from the top is one of the best in the Himalaya offering great views of the Zanskar and Karakoram ranges including K2 (8611 m), the second highest peak in the world. Recommend for those wish to climb a non-technical 6000 m peak.Click to climb

Chadar Trek

 Among the world’s greatest adventures this expedition-style trek provides a rare glimpse into the arctic-like backcountry, where cloudy blue-green waters and black rock shrouded beneath ice and snow. Brilliant blue skies radiate above the steep gorge of the Zanskar and the river, known as the “Chadar” (or veil), lies dormant covered with a downy white blanket of ice and snow. Along this 55-mile journey, we will visit villages and stay in local homes Click to trek

Spituk to Stok Trek

 Spituk to Stok trek is a comparatively short trek of Leh Ladakh area. It is very accessible trek in the midst of gorgeous vision and temperate difficulties. Spituk to Stok trek is unquestionably the solitary trek for you to travel around Leh Ladakh. During Spituk to Stok trek, you can visit the most beautiful icy region of Ladakh as Shey, Thiksey, Hemis, Spituk, Zingchen, Rumbak, Stokla and many more which is filled with wildlife and natural beauty for impressing visitors towards Leh Ladakh. In Spituk to Stok trek, the trekkers wander in old roads filled with ice on dry and bare land in Ladakh where Zingchen Valley and Rumbak River wins the heart of the visitors.Stok palace, the dwelling of the king of Ladakh is the vital soul of Ladakh which inspire the all Indian visitors and foreigner towards Spituk to Stok trek. In the end, this trek has never less importance among the whole trek of Leh Ladakh. Click to trek

Lamayuru Padum Trek

 his is a beautiful and interesting trek where we will come across some of the oldest and most famous monasteries in Ladakh, founded around 11th century by Lotsawa Rinche Sangpo. Lamayuru Alchi and Wanla are very important places so don’t missed because of their historical value. This trek is unique in that it offers an opportunity to see not only the many natural beauties of Ladakh, but also some of its most famous monasteries. Click to trek

Lamayuru Chilling Trek

 The dale of Sham in the subordinate part of Ladakh area is renowned for its loveliness and prosperity throughout the reaping period. This trek titled as Lamayuru to Chilling trek pursues the previous caravan way to Lamayuru which deviates from the Kargil-Leh path at the Photu La region. In keeping with myth, Lamayuru was one time famous as a lake, which amazingly moved out by the hand of Lotsawa and Naropa. The monastery at Lamayuru area erected in the 10th century is single among the oldest in Ladakh, and fits in to the Kargyu camp of Tibetan Buddhism. This Lamayuru to Chilling trek proposes to visitors not only vision of the lots of wild life gorgeousness of Ladakh, but also a few of its highly famed monasteries and the customary way of life of the citizens. Click to trek

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 If you want to experience multi-sport adventure then you are at the right place, we offer a fine mix of various adventure activities. Click to trek