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Chadar Trek in Leh 2016

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9th Jan 2016
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas
Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 by susobhan Biswas

In winter the temperature goes down to 30 below zero and the mighty Zanskar river freezes. This seven to eight day trek from Chilling to Nerak over the Zanskar is both challenging as well as an unforgettable experience. The landscape acquires a pristine grandeur in winter as the trail enters into the gorge of the Zanskar. If you have more numbers of days you can even go up to Lingshed Village.

Fixed Departure:

9th January - 17th January 2016 
16th January - 24th January 2016
23rd January - 31st January 2016
4th Feb - 12th February 2016 - Already full 

Note: If the dates clashes with your personal calendar, you can also form a group of 10 Pax & we will be happy to plan your trip.

Day 1: Arrive in Leh, take the earliest flight, Reach the guest house/Hotel

Day 2: Drive from Leh to Chilling, thereafter Trek upto Tilat Sumdo.

Day 3: Trek from Tilat Sumdo to Shingra Koma, Roughly take 7 hours (10km)

Day 4: Trek from Shingra Koma to Tibb. This would be around 9 hours trek (15km)

Day 5: Trek from Tibb to Nerak. Roughly 8 hrs of Trek covering 11.5km

Day 6: Return from Nerak to Tibb.

Day 7: Return Trek from Tibb to Shingra Koma.

Day 8: Return from Shingra to Leh (trek + drive back)

Day 9: Buffer day (extra cost of needed)

Day 10 : Fly out of Leh to your base city via Delhi

If you have any query call the expert at : 8130369966

Photo of Chadar Trek in Leh 2016 1/1 by susobhan Biswas

The Zanskar River is a north-flowing tributary of the Indus. In its upper reaches, the Zanskar has two main branches. First of these, the Doda, has its source near the Pensi-la 4,400 m (14,400 ft) mountain-pass and flows south-eastwards along the main Zanskar valley leading towards Padum, the capital of Zanskar. The second branch is formed by two main tributaries known as Kargyag river, with its source near the Shingo La 5,091 m (16,703 ft), and Tsarap river, with its source near the Baralacha-La. These two rivers unite below the village of Purne to form the Lungnak river (also known as the Lingti or Tsarap). The Lungnak river then flows north-westwards along a narrow gorge towards Zanskar's central valley (known locally as gzhung khor), where it unites with the Doda river to form the main Zanskar river.
Photo of Chilling by susobhan Biswas
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