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Trekking in Ladakh

Often referred to as little Tibet, Ladakh is a high altitude desert which has innumerable passes within its fold. Nestled between Karakoram and the Great Himalayan range and set obliquely between the Ladakh and Zanskar range, Ladakh trekking trails include some of the most awe inspiring passes with an average altitude of more than 5000 meters. The region has a challenging climate which may push you to some extent but that's the thrill of being in Ladakh. For the trekkers, Ladakh offers some phenomenal trekking opportunities. The treks here include a variety of short, mid and long stretches wherein you'll have to follow rough trails during which you'll come across some of the most spectacular mountain passes.

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Some of the important treks in Ladakh are:
Nubra Valley » Nubra Valley Trek : The Shyok river which flows parallel to the river Indus, has a tributary which is known as Nubra. The valley of this river has a lower altitude which explains its mild climate and rich vegetation. The Nubra valley is also called the “Orchard of Ladakh”. The valley was a part of the caravan route in the ancient times whereas today it offers unmatched trekking opportunities to the adventure enthusiasts. You'd be able to see the double backed Bactrian camels and the famous Diskit Gompa which is a Buddhist monastery during your trek here. The route that you'd follow here is Leh - Polu Digar – Digar La – Chumik Yogma – Aghyam – Tangyar – Dhungle – Sabu – Leh.

» Markha Valley Trek : Right from 1974, when the Ladakh region was thrown open to the foreign tourists, the Markha valley region has been the centre of attraction for adventure tourists. In this trek, you'll come across a large diversity of landscapes which includes the breathtaking Kongmaru La Pass as well as the green Markha valley which seems like an oasis in this vast cold desert. In this trek, you'll also get to see some high altitude scattered villages which add some life to this otherwise barren region.

» Ladakh Zanskar Trek : This trekking route is one of the great challenges thrown to the mankind by the Himalayas. This region consists of the continuous stretch of mountain ridges towards the western end of the Himalayas, which also form the barrier between Ladakh and Lahaul. Our trek will start at Darcha and will go towards Shingo La and Zanskar. En route, we'll also come across several isolated villages and Buddhist monasteries.

Lake Tso Moriri» Tso Moriri Lake Trek : This trek has recently been opened to the foreign tourists as it was considered a sensitive region due to its proximity to the Chinese border. Changthang, the region in which the Tsomoriri lake is located, is a land of magnificent vast landscapes. This area is accessible only in summers and the trekkers can cross the high altitude passes to see some human settlements isolated from the developed world influences. The trekkers will now head towards Spiti after which it will end at Tabo, which is also famous for its monastery.

Ladakh Trekking Tips
We'll start this section by discussing your boots because it's a trekking trip that you are going to. You must choose the correct boots so that your trip may go smoothly. Begin by going on smaller treks and then slowly graduate to more arduous treks. You must have some first aid knowledge. You must be physically fit to complete these trekking tours. Your bag must have some extra pockets and padded shoulder straps. Other important things that you need to keep are a first aid kit, water bottle, Swiss Army knife, map, compass and winter attire.
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