Ladakh

Parang La Trek

This classic Trans-Himalayan trek retraces the historical trade route between Spiti, Changthang and Tibet. The trek begins in Kibber, a high village popular for spotting of the highly enigmatic and elusive snow leopard. The meadows here serve as the breeding grounds for the noted horses of Spiti. Due to its proximity to Tibet; this region has only recently been opened to trekkers and still has many unclimbed peaks and hidden valleys. We drive to Kaza the district headquarters and spend an extra day to acclimatize.. 

Stok Kangri

The adventure filled expedition travels through rugged terrains, remote valleys, scattered isolated villages and past hilltop monasteries to the base of the mountain.

Nun Climb

Nun Kun Massif dominates the skyline in the upper Suru valley and the twin peaks of Nun (7135m) and Kun (7077m) are the highest in the Zanskar range in Ladakh.

Mentok Kangri

This is a lovely peak on a long ridge running south from Korzok village on the shore of the Tso Moriri lake. In July and August the entire Korzok valley is green and colorful with wild flowers giving the peak its name. Mentok in Tibetan and Ladakhi means flower. In some old maps this peak has been named Mata. Return after feeling fully refreshed from this trek.

Nubra Valley Trek

Upper end of the Nubra Valley trek are so rewarding with spectacular views of the jagged snow-capped peaks before crossing the 5150m Kongmaru La (Pass) and descending to the famous Hemis Monastery to bring to the end of the trek which can also be followed by exploring the famous towns of Leh and rafting along the Indus River for more fun. 

Markha Valley Trek

One of the most popular treks in Ladakh – it is a perfect combination of beautiful trans-Himalayan landscape with ladakhi villages. There are good chances to spot some high altitude wildlife as well as experience the life of nomadic families as they herd their yaks in these big and beautiful valleys.

Rupshu Trek

Rupshu has majestic sweeping deserts that are separated by narrow ranges with lofty passes offering distant views, and a wide ranging nomadic people called Changpas. Throughout the Rupshu trek one can still reveal the yore days truth when traders from Lahaul once drove their caravans of sturdy mules across Rupshu and travelled into western Tibet.