RUPSHU KHARNAK TREK
Himachal is India’s outdoor adventure playground. From trekking and climbing to rafting, paragliding and skiing, it can be done here. Hill stations of Himachal appeal with a holiday atmosphere and colonial echoes, while backpacker magnets lure with their blissed-out vibe and mountain beauty. Such is the richness of the Himachali jigsaw that in McLeod Ganj, the Dalai Lama's home-away-from-home and in Lahaul and Spiti, with their centuries-old Buddhist cultures, you might even think you’ve stumbled into Tibet.
Untouched by the hustle and bustle of people, Ladakh is nestled between the Himalayas and the Karakoram mountain ranges. Spectacularly jagged, arid mountains enfold this magical Buddhist ex-kingdom. Picture-perfect Tibetan Buddhist monasteries dramatically crown rocky outcrops amidst whitewashed stupas and mani walls. Vibrant, fluttering prayer flags share their spiritual messages metaphorically with the mountain breeze. Travelers from all across the globe throng to Ladakh to enjoy the natural setting of this cold desert.
Hill stations in lesser Himalayas or Himalayan foothills are blessed with charismatic landscapes — orchards, alpine forests, meadows, rivers apart from unplugged peak view. Manali, Kalka and Shimla are two such hill retreats where both national and international tourists majorly pour in. River Beas meandering through Manali along with coniferous forests looks heavenly. Chandigarh boasts of wide and clean roads, manicured gardens with a lush green cover and eventful years.
Charismatic Kashmir is no less than the abode of divinity in itself. Dal Lake, Houseboats, Shikaras, soaring Himalayas, uninhabited valleys, less explored meadows and Sindh river, Kashmir is truly nature kissed in abundance. Gulmarg’s ski resorts has a global appeal. A thrilling gondola ride (on world’s highest cable car) is definitely going to make your trip worthwhile!
Ladakh the Land of High passes in one of the most scenic places in this world. High altitude lakes, passes, barren mountains, dry dessert makes this place unique. Situated in north India Ladakh has a rich Buddhist culture. Hosting some of the oldest monasteries it’s also affectingly called the land of Lama (monks) and gompas (Buddhist temple). This journey will take you to some of the heighest passes like changla and Khardungla and picturesque pangong lake.
This trek takes you through some of the highest villages in the world. Situated in Spiti region of northern state of Himachal Pradesh, this region is disconnected from the world for half the year during winters. This is a perfect trek for those who want to explore the place like locals. The start point of this trek is Langza (14500 Ft.), a small and beautiful village, famous for fossils, and takes you through Hikkim (host to highest post office in the world), Komic, Demul, Lahlung and ends in Komic. This trek will disconnect you from the rest of the world and help you explore the nomadic side of yours.
Altitude– 4300 meters (14200 feet)
Ladakh offering grand scenery that is ideal to visit during summers for Trek and nature trip. Starting with the capital city of India - Delhi.Thereafter, nearly five-hour drive to Pangong Tso Lake from Leh which is a wonderful journey in itself.From here, we move to Nubra Valley which is one of the must visit places in Ladakh, especially for the first timer. Ending the trip to the land of mountains –Leh and get enchanted by its mesmeric.
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