Ladakh is always the perfect destination for so many trekking lovers. It has its unique nature surrounded by snow dust mountains, with extreme landscapes in addition to it has so many beautiful scenic locations, freezing winds, river water flowsmake trekkers visit Ladakh again and again. Here we have some of the famous trekking places in Ladakh.
Markha Valley Trek
Markha valley trek is one the best trekking spots in Ladakh is situated at an altitude of 3700 m height. The trek makes you freak out with nature surrounded by beautiful picturesque landscapes. The Hemis National Park is the main attraction of Markha Valley trek. You can also find various types of animals like snow leopards, foxes, bears in this region. From June to September will be the perfect time to visit Markha Valley Trek.
Lamayuru to Alchi Trek
Trekking to Lamayuru to Alchi trek is one of the great experiences in life and it is located at an altitude of 5200 m. This trek leads you to find out so many ancient Buddhist monasteries where huge number of monks chanting daily. The trek took duration of 9 days in Ladakh and in the months of July to October is the best time for trek.
Trekking on the mountains, fields are common but trekking on ice is something different. The Zanskar river freezes at -35 degrees Celsius and makes an ice layer which makes trekkers feel so excited and awesome. It is situated at an altitude of 3850 m with awesome climatic conditions. Chadar trek will be a great time to visit in the months from January to February.
Witness one of the difficult treks in Ladakh is Kharnak Trek. It is also known as Nomad trek due to the nomadic tribe’s addresses routes of this trek. It is situated at an altitude of 4600 m. The trek will be awesome through the Changthang Plateau with great local nature vibes. From May to September will be the perfect time to visit Kharnak trek.
Snow Leopards Trek
The Snow Leopards trek will always be been amazing for adventuring trekkers. The name referred as you will find out snow leopards in your trek. It is really so beautiful covered with white snow through the Rumbark Valley and Hemis National Park. Finally, the trek ends on the Indus. It is situated at an altitude of 3000 m with awesome scenic locations.
Ripchar Valley Trek
The Ripchar valley trek is one of the most famous trekking places in Ladakh. The trek starts at Lamayuru monastery. The trek will be so joyful for the trekkers that they can enjoy the trekking by watching beautiful sightseeing covered with full of flowers in the ranges of Zanskar and Karakoram. It is situated at an altitude of 4300 m.
Indus Valley Trek
The trek through Indus Valley is a dream for so many trekkers. It is one of the easiest treks in Ladakh. The Indus Valley trek has its own beauty of nature with amazing landscapes, rocky hills, cattle farms, ancient unique Buddhist monasteries. Some of the most popular spiritual monasteries like Temisgang, Ridzong, Phyang, Alchi, Spituk and etc. It is situated at a height of 3750 m.
Sham Valley Trek
Visit one of the smallest treks in Ladakh is Sham Valley Trek. The trek leads you through the Tibetan monasteries which has great local vibes. The trek also known as a baby trek for its short distance of climbing. It is situated at an altitude of 3750 m and it will be perfect time to visit in the months from May to October.
Nubra Valley Trek
Nubra Valley is most visiting trekking place in Ladakh and it is located in the north of Leh. Bactarian Camel. It is so famous for its nature surrounded by colorful flowers which makes you visit the place again and again. It is situated at an altitude of 6000 m. From June to the end of the September will be the best time to visit Nubra Valley Trek.
Kang Yaste and DzoJongo Trek
Kang Yaste and Dzo Jongo trek are known as difficult treks in Ladakh. This is for professional trekkers which will be freak out your journey. The trek provides so many amazing views while taking a walk through the Hemis National Park. And hikers can explore their trekking skills in Zanskar and Stok ranges. It is situated at an altitude of 6200 m.