High Adventure Treks
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Markha Valley Trek
Markha valley lies in Ladakh, also called "The Little Tibet" or "The Moonland" because of its topography. The accessibility and beauty of this trek has made it the most popular hiking and trekking routes in recent years. The best period is from June to October.
Zanskar Trek (Darcha to Padum)
A popular trek in the Ladakh region, Darcha to Padum route goes through Zanskar Valley where you will come across various remote villages & ancient monasteries. The trek follows along the Tsarap River and further proceeds to Lakong River leading one to the heart of the valley while you crossing Shingo La which is at a height of 5100 metres.
Zanskar Trek (Padum to Lamayuru)
The Padum Lamayuru trek is situated in the middle with Indus Valley on one side and the Indian Himalayas on the other. The route connects with Padum in Zanskar and Lamayuru in Ladakh. Varous Gompas like Sani Gompa, Karsha Gompa, Lingshed Gompa and Lamayuru Gompa are the primary attractions of this area. The remote and distant setting is very much protected by cold mountain passes. This trek reaches an altitude of 5060m.
Rupshu Valley Trek
The Rupshu is a large area to the south east of Ladakh, on the road linking Kulu & Leh. The altitude of the valley varies between 4500 & 5500 Mts. The culminate, which is extremely cold and dry, makes for little agriculture but a lot of grazing land. That is why it is sparsely populated. The inhabitants called Changpas, who lead a nomadic life travelling with their herds of goats, yaks, dogs and flock of sheep. Which are their main sources of income. Trade and transport of goods by carvans between Ladakh, Lahoul and Spiti provide them with additional earnings.
Pin Parbati Trek
The Pin Parbati trek is one among the most famous treks in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The trek takes you to a height of 5319m and requires competent trekking skiils and techniques. The Pin Parbati Pass is the highlight of the trek which leads you to the other side of the mountain. Ideal time to conduct this tour is usually during months of July & September.
Sources of Ganges trek
The Sources of Ganges trek is a symbolic trek in the Indian sub-continent as it leads you to the origins of the holy river of Ganga. The river is believed to have given birth to the oldest living civilizations, the Indus Valley civilization.
The itinerary includes moments of spiritual discovery and sensational adventure with magnificent views!
West Sikkim Trek
This tour starts from Darjeeling in West Bengal and ends at Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim. A mix of mobility by both wheels and legs, the trek encompasses extra ordinary views of Mt.Kanchenjunga, the 3rd highest mountain in the world, up close.
Sikkim is a beautiful state belonging to the North-East region of India which incorporates India’s highest mountain and home to plenty glaciers, alpine meadows and extravagant wildlife.