Trekking is without a doubt one of the most popular adventure activities in India, with a global following. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get a surge of excitement while getting up close to nature’s treasures. The Himalayas are huge and home to the world’s highest peaks. Also provide a variety of trekking opportunities, ranging from easy to quite demanding. Trails like these are a mix of flora, fauna, man-made structures, and cultural sites.
Choosing one of the many Himalayan hikes is never simple. We have included all of the pertinent information you may require in order to select your trekking site.
1. MARKHA VALLEY, LADAKH
- DIFFICULTY LEVEL : MODERATE
- MAX ALTITUDE : 17,060 ft
- BASE : CHILLING
- BEST TIME TO VISIT : JUNE TO SEPTEMBER
Ladakh ( meaning ” Land of high mountain passes” ). For travelers, Ladakh is an inspiring destination with beautiful landscapes and mesmerising scenery, as well as the opportunity to encounter elusive snow leopards, mountain goats, marmots, and vultures that are not seen anywhere else. While travelling, we also get a taste of Buddhist culture by visiting distant monasteries.
Markha, a magnificent river valley in Hemis National Park, is located in the arid freezing desert of Ladakh. The hike through Markha Valley is both scenic and exciting.
It is one of Ladakh’s largest valleys, and the Markha Valley trip is one of the region’s most popular hiking treks. This tough journey begins in Leh and will take you via the Chilling, Skiu, Sara, Hankar, and Nimaling. During the days of trekking, you will pass through small villages and be amazed to see preserved monasteries, crumbling forts, and temples.Continue Reading