Sky High Treks and Tours
Medium Treks
Junglam (8-9 days)
This trek crosses both the Zanskar Range and the Stok Range on a journey that takes you across ten passes and through some of the most rugged and beautiful parts of Ladakh.
Spituk to Shang via Markha Valley (7-8 days)
You can start at Spituk monastery near Leh or drive by jeep to Jingchen across the Indus River. From Jingchen the trail ascends steadily to cross Kanda La (4870m) in the Stok Range then descends to the Markha Valley at Skyu gompa.
Lamayuru to Shang via Markha Valley (10-11 days)
Starting at the monastery town of Lamayuru with its fantastic eroded landscape of the ancient lake bed that now forms part of the valley, the trek ascends immediately over the relatively low Prinkiti La (3725m) and winds through picturesque fields and villages ascending slowly to Konzke La (4950m) before descending to a spectacular valley with mountains of pink and green and blue-hued rock rising in jagged peaks on either side.
Chiling to Yagang Kharnak (9-10 days)
This dramatic trek takes in much of central Ladakh including the spectacular Markha Valley, the fairy tale landscape of Sorra Canyon and the vast plain beyond the village of Dat, ending on the edge of the huge Rupshu Valley that is home to yak-herding nomads with their black yak-hair tents.
Chilling to Juktak via Kharnak Valley (13 days)
Starting from the picturesque village of Chiling in the lower Zanskar Valley, the trail follows the river to the confluence of the Kharnak Chu with the Zanskar river the Tilat Do.
Kanji to Sanku
Starting from Kanji to the west of Lamayuru, this trek ascends gradually to Kanji La (5150m) with stupendous views along the Zanskar range.
Kanji to Phanjilla via Askuta Gorge (8 days)
This trek is one of several in the western part of Ladakh that takes in the rugged and spectacular landscape this part of the region has to offer.
Indus Valley to Rupshu (8-10 days)
This is a moderately demanding high altitude trek that takes you from the Indus Valley to the western edge of the vast Tibetan plateau through huge valleys, deep gorges and barren deserts. It is remote and sparsely populated by nomadic and semi-nomadic peoples.
The Chadar to Lingshed (9-10 days) or Zangla return (13 days)
This dangerous and challenging trek takes you along the frozen Zanskar river from Chiling to Lingshed or to Zangla and back. It should only be attempted on the advice of local guides because safe passage depends on the ice conditions on the river.
Lamayuru to Padum (8-9 days)
This challenging trek crosses eight passes and takes you into some of the most remote parts of Ladakh.
Rumtse to Tso Moriri (8 days)
Beginning at the village of Rumtse on the Leh-Manali road, this trek covers the rolling hill country of eastern Ladakh and ends at the dramatic high altitude lake of Tso Moriri.