The Indus Valley is best described as the soul of Ladakh; reason being, the presence of magnanimous sight-seeing opportunities, high-end attractive valleys and tremendous ancient attractions and touring spots. But, to discover all these fascinations in a go, the perfect way is to explore them through the trekking routes. This could be a win-win situation for the trekkers to tour across the valley and the nearby ranges; and to leverage the trekking excitements too. Since, its boundaries touch the parts of other countries like Pakistan, Afghanistan, China and India; so one can find the opportunity to explore different geographical attractions; where one side will be covered with snowy peaks, the other will be find with ardent greeneries, till then you discover the rocky and deserted areas too at any other directions; for completely different scenarios.
Indus Valley is strategically the most essential part of the Leh region as the area is being evolved through the main channels of the Indus River. Passing across this vast-inhabited wilderness at the heart of the Himalayas, the ranges of Indus Valley is also comprised of some of the least explored places of Ladakh. And trekking along the Indus Valley ranges will include the most charming villages of Sham region and will also be composed of undulating lands interspersed by high mountain passes like Phobe La (3700m) and the Charatse La (3800m).
Spring & Autumn
DAY 01 : Delhi – Leh (Complete Rest in Leh for acclimatisation)
DAY 02 : Leh – Shey – Thiksey - Hemis
DAY 03 : Leh – Likir (By Road/2 hrs)
DAY 04 : Likir - Yangthang (3600m)
DAY 05 : Yangthang - Hemis Shukpachan (3600m)
DAY 06 : Hemis Shukpachan - Temisgang (3700m)
DAY 07 : Temisgang - Lamayuru - Leh by bus.
DAY 08 : Leh – Delhi by plane
DAY 09 : Morning transfer to the Airport to catch the flight for Delhi.