The main trekking areas in Himachal are
the Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges, routes over the passes
between the Shimla region and the Kullu valley, the numerous
treks out of kullu and select tracks in the Trans-Himalayan
regions of Kinnaur, Lahaul and Spiti. Most trekking areas
are between 1,500 meters and 6,000 meters. With well over
two hundred and seventy defined trails, the variation in
terrain is also enormous. Low scrub-land and paths through
paddy fields, give way to trails strewn with pine needles.
Then come woods of oak and flowering rhododendron, which
merge into forests of Himalayan cedar - 'deodar' - and spruce.
On most trails, small pastoral hamlets dot the way. Cunningly
hidden between the high mountains, are passes which were
once known only to migrant shepherds and dare-all traders.
These lead to the fabulous wastes and swift rivers of the
TREKKING: One of the major
attractions of the Ladakh region is the vast scope if offers
of trekking. We undertake the arrangement of
complete operation of trekking tours in India as
such as food on trek, camping equipment kitchen crew, professional
mountain trained local guide, hotel accommodation, transportation,
and above all our best care and personal touch in the field.
Our Suggested trekking itineraries in the region of Ladakh