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 Ladakh is one of the most isolated areas for trekking in India. Cut off by road for the winter months, it offers a welcome escape from the overwhelming monsoon climate of the Indian plains in summer. Ladakh, meaning “The Land of High Passes” is an area of high altitude with breathtaking scenery. It is over one of these passes, the remote Parang La Pass (5600m), where we access Ladakh from the Spiti Valley.

On this trekking holiday one experiences an amazing diversity of landscape and culture. Starting from Delhi we drive north to the Himalayan foothills and into the Greater Himalayan Range (an area where Hinduism is the prominent religion). From there we go into Spiti, over the pass and on to Ladakh, an area enriched by Buddhism. This region is more like Tibet than India earning it the nickname “Little Tibet”.
During this trekking holiday we ascend through steep gorges and cross flower filled meadows (the breeding ground of the famous Spiti horses), where you may spot a snow leopard, blue sheep or Tibetan ass (Kiang). We also visit monasteries, markets, remote villages and the spectacular Tso Moriri lake home to many migrant birds.

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