Lamayuru to Darcha Trek
One of the most popular trail into Zanskar, Lamayuru Darcha Trek starts from Lamayuru monastery and terminates at Darcha, Himachal Pradesh. Though the trek is bit strenuous but worth enough for its scenic beauty and wonderful landscapes. This is a long trek and takes around 20 days to complete. Best period for going on Lamayuru-Darcha trek in Ladakh is June to October.
Markha Valley Trek
Markha Valley trek in Ladakh is immensely rewarding trek through the Hemis National Park of Ladakh. It is probably one of the most beautiful and varied treks in Himalayas. Markha
valley trek route takes high into Himalayas crossing over two passes, Ganda La (4850 m) and Kangmaru La (5306 m). Views throughout the route are spectacular and at the end of Markha Valley trek you will see the snowcapped peaks of Tibet and Karakoram range of mountains.
Lamayuru Padum Trek
Lamayuru Padum trek leads to remote villages of Zanskar accessible by foot only. This trek is incomparable in a way that it takes you to three of most stunning and beautiful monasteries of Buddhist world, Karsha, Badran and Phuktal. One of the most adventurous trek as one has to cross maximum number of passes about 8 passes in 11 days of trekking.
Nubra Valley Trek
Average altitude of Nubra Valley is 3,000 m. This trek gives you an opportunity to enjoy camel safari on the rare species of camel, Bacterian Camels. Nubra valley has a mild climate and richer in vegetation and is often referred as 'Valley of Flowers' or 'Orchard of Ladakh'. Valley was part of the caravan route and was a busy outpost in ancient times and today it offers incomparable trekking opportunities and scenic landscapes.
Rupshu Valley Trek
Rupshu valley was restricted region of Ladakh till it was opened for tourists in 1994. One of the most beautiful regions of Ladakh, the valley is a high altitude arid plain. Major attractions of Ruphu Valley are the two high altitude salt water lakes Tso Kar and Tso Moriri. Many endangered species of birds can be spotted here like Bar Headed Geese, Pochard and the critically endangered Black Necked Crane.