Treks in Ladakh

About Treks in Ladakh

Ladakh has a lot of variety to offer when it comes to treks in Ladakh. Leh Ladakh being a high altitude region, if you are planning a trek in Ladakh you will have to keep a day or 2 additional for acclimatization.

As it takes a little time for the body to adjust to sudden changes in altitude. Chadar Trek in the winter month of January and February is the most visited trek in Ladakh. It is a trek on the frozen Zanskar river. Another great option in Ladakh is Stok Kangri which is a trekkable summit and stands at an altitude of more than 6000 mts and the best months to do so are June, July, and August.

Markha Valley trek in Ladakh is another great trek above 5000 mts and it passes through the Hemis National Park. 
Landscape in Ladakh is very different compared to other northern states, so the treks in Ladakh also have a very different trail and landscape to offer.

Most of the treks are multi-day and as the region is more of a cold desert the amount of fitness required is very different. Most of the treks in Ladakh are not recommended for beginners, and experience of other Himalayan treks in Himachal and Uttarakhand is required before you start trekking in Ladakh.

If you are planning a trek in Leh Ladakh in the coming days, do get in touch with the team and we will recommend you the treks possible and suitable to your needs.

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About Treks in Ladakh

Ladakh has a lot of variety to offer when it comes to treks in Ladakh. Leh Ladakh being a high altitude region, if you are planning a trek in Ladakh you will have to keep a day or 2 additional for acclimatization.

As it takes a little time for the body to adjust to sudden changes in altitude. Chadar Trek in the winter month of January and February is the most visited trek in Ladakh. It is a trek on the frozen Zanskar river. Another great option in Ladakh is Stok Kangri which is a trekkable summit and stands at an altitude of more than 6000 mts and the best months to do so are June, July, and August.

Markha Valley trek in Ladakh is another great trek above 5000 mts and it passes through the Hemis National Park. 
Landscape in Ladakh is very different compared to other northern states, so the treks in Ladakh also have a very different trail and landscape to offer.

Most of the treks are multi-day and as the region is more of a cold desert the amount of fitness required is very different. Most of the treks in Ladakh are not recommended for beginners, and experience of other Himalayan treks in Himachal and Uttarakhand is required before you start trekking in Ladakh.

If you are planning a trek in Leh Ladakh in the coming days, do get in touch with the team and we will recommend you the treks possible and suitable to your needs.

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