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Hiking

Hiking

Ladakh-the land of high passes is the highest plateau in India and one of the highest inhabited regions of the world. Blessed with amazing topography comprising of snow clad mountains, lush greenery, arid deserts, small tributaries, high altitude peaks and roaring rivers, it has something to offer to every traveller and thrill seeker.

Trekking is probably the best way to experience the vast wilderness and beautiful landscapes of Ladakh. It is also the primary attraction for tourists across the world visiting this cold desert. There are absolutely no restrictions on trekking except near the Border areas, and it is not difficult to find company or shelter in the treks here because of friendly locals and growing popularity of trekking in general in the region.

There are a plethora of trails and trekking options available for trekkers of all levels of expertise. Here is a quick run-down of 3 treks in Ladakh that we organize

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Trekking in Himachal

Trekking in Himachal

The Indian state of Himachal Pradesh lies in the heart of the Himalayas nestled between Ladakh one side and Uttarakhand on the other. It’s a land of contrast between the lush and rainy southern portion which encompasses, the districts of Chamba, Kangra, Kullu and Kinnar and the much drier northern region of Lahaul and Spiti which lies in the rain shadow of the Himalayas. It’s a fantastic region for trekking with a handful of well trodden routes and numerous peaks between 6000 and 7000 meters.

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Trekking in Kashmir

Trekking in Kashmir

Trekking in Kashmir does not mean just walking over forested mountains as it combines nature and the local culture. As the trekker climbs higher, the landscape changes. Chinar and poplar trees are replaced by fir, pine and oak and finally Burch trees, the alpine meadows and a profusion of colorful wild flowers. The simple villagers in the plains with their fruit orchards and paddy fields are replaced by migrant families of Nomads / Gujjars, herdsmen who cross the high mountain passes with their cattle in search of greener pastures.