Ladakh, the region of Jammu and Kashmir, is a place that exhibits utmost natural beauty. The breathtaking landscape, picturesque snow covered peaks, rugged surface and chilled weather always entices people all over the world to explore it. The Ladakh has a elevation of average 3000 meters and is connoted as the highest plateau of Kashmir.
Adventure activities in Ladakh
Ladakh certainly caters the wish-list of adventure enthusiasts. It is a must visit spot in India for adventure lovers. The rocky terrain of Ladakh is perfect for trekking during the month of June to October. The trekking starts from Zanskar River to Chilling through Konze La, while Dung Dung La is another most beautiful and popular trekking route here. The steep peaks like Kangyaze Peak (6400 meters) and Stok Kangri Peak (6121 meters) will welcome the mountain climbers for the challenging sport. However, you need to take prior permission from Indian Mountaineering Federation before climbing the peaks. In between July and September, you can also try white water rafting in Zanskar and Indus rivers. There is a list of adventure activities and adventure camps in Ladakh, where you can try camel safaris on the sand dunes. Polo and archery, the traditional sports of Ladakh will also stimulate your hidden love for sports.
How to reach
Ladakh is well connected with air route from Delhi. There are frequent air service to Leh, Srinagar and Jammu Airport. There are plenty of taxi service from the airports to reach Ladakh.
Tourists will not get direct train for Ladakh, as Indian Railways offers last train service to Jammu.
Ladakh can be reached by bus, which is the cheapest mode of transport. While, people can drive their own from Delhi (1047Km), Srinagar (434 Km), Manali (473 Km), Kargil (230 Km), Jammu (690 Km), Deskit (118 Km) and Keylong (380 Km). The road trip is considered as the most thrilling and beautiful among all.
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