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Trekking in Ladakh

Ladakh is a rooftop of the world.  Located at the highest altitude of Himalayan mountains ranges with deep valleys, India’s Union Territory of Ladakh locates most challenging trekking trails.  Trekking in Ladakh combines the ruggedness with the bewitching beauty of its landscape.

Ladakh is blessed by nature an astounding diversity of landscapes. Besides the snow capped highest mountain peaks and miles and miles of glacier laden surface, Ladakh locates the lush green oasis of the Markha Valley.  There lies the Changthang Plateau with diverse wildlife species in abundance,  green pastures with nomads tending their sheep heards, wetlands and the famous lakes such as Tsomoriri, Tsokar & The Pangong.  All this will give you a feel of trekking through a dreamland.

While trekking through this dreamland, you will keep visiting the ancient Buddhist monasteries in Sham and Zanskar on your trekking route.

The Indus Valley is strategically located part of India which borders with territories of Pakistan, Afghanistan and China.
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Ladakh Outing Trek is a shorter version of complete Markha Valley Trek.
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Lamayuru and Alchi is designed for those who wish to explore the monasteries with the easy short trek.

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Markha Valley is the central valley of Ladakh. This valley is formed by the Markha River.
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Padum-Darchaa trek covers road- drives interspersed with stays at different destinations for trekking.
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Stok Kangri is the second highest peak of the world at an altitude of 6153 meters.
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