Top 5 treks in Ladakh for beginners

Ladakh offers perhaps the best trekking experience in the country, if not the world; with so many beautiful natural elements, this jarring landscape is a natural paradox. If you are looking for an adventure, then the Leh trek is the best adventure of your life. May to October is the best month for trekking in Ladakh. Book your Ladakh tour packages with flights with Kailash Expeditions for lots of trekking options in Ladakh, varying in difficulty and duration. Some trips can be completed in two weeks, others in three days. Regardless of the length, each of these excursions offers an experience that will change your life.

Here is a list of all the best trekking places in Ladakh for beginners.

1. Lamayuru and Dalcha Trek

Lamayuru - Chilling Trek is for those who want to combine adventure and sightseeing in one expedition. The trek from Lamayuru to Alchi and the western part of Ladakh is famous for its centuries-old monasteries. Test your endurance to the limit. But you will be rewarded with a fantastic alpine view. If you want to see the local culture up close, a remote homestay is recommended. Before or after your tour, visit the monastery. This trek is so beautiful that you don't want to close your eyes and leave the scenic view even for a second.

2. Ripper Valley Trek

This is one of the most exciting adventure activities in the Ladakh region due to the extraordinary climatic conditions and picturesque surroundings. Trekker Trails keep you interested in the attractions that await along the way. Taking part in the march takes you through countless small villages, green meadows, and the countryside. You can go for days but plan to spend at least 5-6 days if you want to see every corner of Ripchar. The last stop on the Ripchar Trek is a hail known for producing copper. Ripchar's timeless and pure beauty is a must-see. Ultimately, a state of renewal and bliss is reached.

3. Siam Valley trekking to Ladakh

Getting to know, also known as the 'Child's Trek' in Ladakh, this trek to Leh Ladakh runs through the Siam region in the lower part of the country. The walk can be done at any time of the year and is a great way to learn about Ladakh villages and everyday life. On the way back, visit the Alchi Monastery, the most famous and largest monastery in Ladakh. Alchi Monastery was founded by Rinchen Zangpo in the 11th century and contained historical paintings and sculptures that recreate themes from Kashmiri Buddhism.

4. Junram Hemis for Padam Trek

It is a physically demanding climb because you have to constantly adjust to the high altitude and keep moving. Traveling on an adventurous journey offers an experience like no other. Hemis-Padum is a unique adventure to discover an authentic world. The tour begins at Hemis Monastery, one of the richest monasteries in Ladakh. Pass through Yunglam, which is only open for a month, and reach the famous Marka Valley and Zanskar. This road is closed in summer due to water crossings and in winter due to heavy snow. If you are interested in this amazing trek experience, book your Ladakh tour packages now online.

5. Snow leopard trekking in Ladakh

It is one of the few winter trekking routes in Ladakh. Snow leopards are elusive cats, and you are likely to spot them in the winter when they descend into the valley for food. Because of its abundant prey, Hemis National Park is a favorite resting place for snow leopards. Every snow leopard trek in Ladakh will surprise you. This tour provides an opportunity to learn about the legends of the Lombak Valley. As a result, the harsh breath of the desert and the cold wind will take you to the Aboriginal territory.

If you are interested in any of the above treks and want to explore the trekking experience in Ladakh, book your Leh Ladakh Tour Packages at the best prices online.