Sunday, 22 July 2018

Snow Leopard Trek,Ladakh Himalaya

Trek LocationArea: Ladakh Himalaya
Trek DurationDuration: 13 Days (4 days travel/9 days trekking)
Trek SeasonBest Season: Mid November - Mid March
Trek GradeGrade :Tough
AltitudeAltitude: 3800 Mtrs
Trekking DistanceTotal Trekking: 80 K.M

About Snow Leopard Trek 

Hemis National Park is one of the significant attractions in Ladakh that pulls various adventurists and creature sweethearts from everywhere throughout the world. It extends at a rise of 4100 meters and conceals the whole Rumbak Valley. The national stop is the home to fluctuated types of creatures including Snow Leopards and Himalayan winged animals. The Snow Leopard Trek, which is one of the well known winter treks in the Ladakh area, lies into a region where human accommodation dissipates and delivers a wild stretch of tough mountains spotted with creatures like snow panthers, Tibetan wolves, blue sheep, horned sheep and Eurasian Brown Bear and that's only the tip of the iceberg. It is likewise a homestead a few types of flying creatures like the Golden Eagle, distinctive types of vultures and transient fowls. 



Snow Leopard Trek Ladakh 

Being moving on the Snow Leopard Trek in Ladakh, one experiences shocks at each turn. The trek enables one to get to know the old stories of Rumbak Valley. It along these lines conveys one to an indigenous region astir over the savage breath amidst the chilly desert and whirlwind wind. 

Snow Leopard Trekking Tour Highlights 


  • Appreciate the excellent perspectives of the Himalaya 
  • Investigate the old kingdoms of Ladakh, structurally rich Buddhist religious communities and mud castles 
  • Witness the exquisite mix of one of a kind widely varied vegetation or the Trans-Himalayan district 
  • Relish the customary Ladakhi culture and neighborliness 
  • Detect the uncommon colorful types of Snow Leopard, Blue Sheep, Wild Horse, Yak and feathered creatures 


Best Time to Visit 

The best time to visit Snow Leopard Trek is amongst November and March 
The winter in Ladakh is bone chilling in nature. From January to March the days are probably going to be radiant yet there will be chill noticeable all around. January is the coldest month in Ladakh. By March the days begin to get hotter and the normal temperature stays at 7°C. Early mornings, nighttimes and evenings remain greatly cool. Daytime temperatures in Leh, and on trek, will be between – 25°C to +6°C. Evening time temperature can drop to - 10°C to - 25°C. There is typically snow around in January to March. If it's not too much trouble read the gear area completely. The January excursions will be colder than the March trips. 

Where is the Snow Leopard Trek 

Snow Leopard Trek (Hemis National Park) is arranged in the eastern piece of Ladakh with a normal rise of 3000 meters. It covers a zone of 600sq.kms in the valleys of Markha and Rumbak. It is a high elevation ensured territory, which was made in 1981 for the preservation and insurance of its extraordinary widely varied vegetation. There are numerous uncommon and jeopardized creature species found in this cool desert, among these are the tricky Snow Leopard, Ibex, Tibetan Antelope, Blue Sheep, Shapo, Marmot, Tibetan Hare and so on. Among the avi fauna populace found are the Snow Patridge, Golden Oriole, Snow Cock, Golden Eagle, Horned Lark, Red Billed Chuff and so forth. 

How to Reach? 

Flying is the main alternative to achieve Ladakh between the long stretches of November and March. Leh Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport is the primary air terminal in Leh City. It has various flights that associate Leh with Delhi and in addition with few noteworthy urban communities of India.

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