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Chadar Trek

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8 Nights 9 Days

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Daily Tour

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Chadar Trek Overview

Height of the Chadar Trek

  • Its about 11,123ft

Difficulty Level Chadar Trek

  • Chadar Trek is High Difficulty

  • The Chadar trek also been referred to as the Zanskar George. The name comes from the Zanskar River which most of the days is in frozen state.
  • The Chadar Trek is found within the union territory of India i.e. Ladakh. The trekking sight is counted amongst the highly difficult treks.
  • The trek is far celebrated amongst the foreigners who involves trek on this highly difficult trek. The trek is absolute delight for the clique trekkers.

Chadar Trek

  • It does offers and challenges the hikers to hop on it. The weather here are a touch adverse and tests your patience and hiking skills on every step of the trekking.
  • The trek caters the sheer joy of thrill and adventurism that one craves for Trekking on Chadar trek isn’t a easy deal, although if your confident enough and having adequate passion to explore this trekking site. One of the most highlight of the Chadar trek is that the frozen Zanskar River.
  • As the river is that the one among the main tributary of the Indus because it has been originated from North east of the good Himalayas Range. The river has its presence from the centuries long and therefore the river has created many panoramic and scintillating shores by making how through surrounding small hills and snowy mountains all around. The presence of Zanskar river makes Chadar Trek more attractive amongst the tourists and it gives better options to the visitors to possess a trekking also because the tourism.
  • Chadar Trek always been paradise for the skilled trekkers. The Chadar trek offers most thrilling and highly daunting trekking experience that one must witness once during a life time if you tag yourself with the adventurer tag.
  • The Chadar trek widely popular and far renowned name for its reputed trekking site. The Chadar trek gives the glimpse of the super luxurious and majestic views which takes you to the ninth cloud of happiness.
  • The Chadar trek having the nature’s bliss all around which makes it standout from all other Himalayan Trekking sites that its absolutely bliss for those that love being amongst the snow and mountains. From the Chadar trek the visuals you’re getting to have are much soothing and calming.

  • The Chadar trek takes you to a psychological state where you’ll rediscover yourself from within, and why do people continue trekking is to only get out from the daily routine and stress and provides your soul and mind relaxation which is must at some point and to refuel your inner self with the energy which getting to boost your productivity and other stuff.
  • The trailhead for the Chadar trek is that the Chiling sumda village. The village is been located within the Likir tehsil within the Leh district of Ladakh. The village is on the banks of the lindus river The village caters this trek because the base camp which makes it one among the key place within the  trek.
  • The Chiling Sumda village having its own importance and it does justifies it fully. intrinsically the frozen zanskar river too hypes up the tourists and visitors by its unusual presence and frozen state. Many hikers do love being and spending time on the banks of the Zanskar River.

  • Though snow is its main highlight but the greenery too is worth experiencing. The trekkers and therefore the refore the tourists absolutely cherishes the swings and the different avatars trek gets consistent with the varied seasons. The trek is usually been on the bucket list of each enthusiastic trekker and therefore the adventurer.
  • The trek has long lasting and far soothing state of mind. The trek is far blissful and blossoming in its own sense with none false emotions it’ll cater you with absolute versions of joy and happiness.

Best Places to go to near Chadar Trek:

  • Frozen waterfall which makes and enjoys tag of most celebrated site round the Chadar trek. The frozen waterfall is basically astounding and therefore the super chilling to only witness this enormous and humongous nature’s creation.
  • The frozen waterfall always highlighted for its structural uniqueness and therefore the super amazing location. Tourists and therefore the trekkers absolutely cherishes and takes pictures ahead of it. The trek does justifies the frozen waterfall subsequently the frozen river joins hands with them creating homogeneity.

How to get at Chadar Trek:

  • Its around 70 kms from the Leh and therefore the pretty accessible and cozy to succeed in .

Things To Carry

  • Backpack 65/90 L
  • Water Bottle
  • Energy Bars
  • Weather Appropriate Clothing
  • Warm Jacket
  • Flee Jacket
  • Sun protection
  • Rain Protection
  • Flashlight And Extra Batteries
  • Extra Pair of Clothing
  • Towel
  • Personal Hygiene Kit
  • Mini First Aid Kit
  • Personal Medication
  • Trash Bag
  • Moisture Cream
  • Tissues
  • Slippers
  • Gloves
  • Sunglass
  • Warm Hat
  • Insect repellent
  • An emergency whistle

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Day 1 and 2

Reporting day at Leh (3500m./11,400ft.)

Check in Hotel (10:00 am)
Orientation ; Briefing of the trek at 12:00 noon (Mandatory)
Bring a copy of ID proof and 2 photographs. If Foreigner, a copy of passport and visa.
Network is available (only post-paid)
ATM is available.
Visit of any very high altitude place or pass is not advisable.
Consumption of alcohol and smoking is strictly prohibited.
Spend the day in the room itself to acclimatize. (Sufficient time would be given for visiting market and nearby places) Spend the day in the room itself to acclimatize to the high altitude. This is absolutely necessary and is most important for the days ahead. Overnight in the hotel
Situated at an altitude of 3500m, the day will be spent soaking in the sights and sounds of Leh while at the same time, getting the body acclimatized to the oxygen levels. The Shanti Stupa and Leh market square will give you a good feel of the surroundings and the people. Get outside to stay acquainted with the temperature. Explore market and get your any missing stuff from the market

Day 3

Acclimatization / Medical Checkup Day

Medical Checkup Day/Acclimatization Day. You can go around for sightseeing, but going at high altitude pass is not recommended. You need to perform your medical checkup in LEH as per new Govt regulations. You need to be physically fit for this trek.

Day 4

Departing from Leh

Leh – Chilling – Bakula – Gyalpo (Drive/3-4 hrs & Trek/2 hr)
11,500ft to 10,390ft. Stay in tent.
We start off from Leh and head out towards the start point of our trek at Gyalpo. En route, we will pass Gurudwara Pathar Sahib, Magnetic Hill and the confluence of the Zanskar and Indus rivers just before Nimu. Once past Chilling, we arrive at Bakula. You will commence 2 hour trek till Gyalpo. We take our first baby steps on the frozen river, so be prepared for some slips and falls! Walking in gumboots too will take a while, so be patient as it’s only your first day for long trek. We start off along the left bank, past the cascading waters of the Zanskar river and frozen waterfalls until we set up camp at Gyalpo. Our camp site is on a piece of flat land high above, giving you a stunning view of bend of the river.

Day 5

Gyalpo – Tibb Cave (Trek 8 - 9 km / 4-6 hours)

10,390ft to 10,760ft. Stay in tent.
Rising early would have its perks as the sun comes out from behind the mountains and lights up the valley. It will also help your body get used to the cold. Aching bones, if any, will be sorted by some scrumptious breakfast as the Zanskar comes to life with the rising sun. A relatively easy day of walking past higher waterfalls will get you to Tibb Cave, which lies at the intersection of two valleys. An evening walk down any one of them can make for good exploration.

Day 6

Tibb Cave – Nyerak (Trek 12 - 13 km. / 6-7 hours)

10,760ft to 11,100ft. Stay in tent.
It’s the most eagerly awaited day, especially because en route Nyerak – the first village of Zanskar – is a stunning frozen waterfall. While the ones you have seen so far are from high up, this one is also several feet in length which makes it one of the most picturesque sights on the trek. Just ahead of it is Nyerak, and while we camp by the river, a short walk early next morning will take you back to civilization for the first time in almost a week. At Nyerak, you can treat yourself to some goodies from the local shop and interact with the residents there, who are more than happy to indulge in a good conversation.

Day 7

Nyerak – Tibb Cave (Trek 12-13 km. / 6-7 hours)

11,100ft to 10,760ft. Stay in tent.
After four days of walking on ice, you will now be an expert. So feel free to look around and soak in the surroundings. There’s a good chance of spotting Ibex and Bharal a Blue Sheep on the high slopes, and if you’re lucky, even a snow leopard walking along the ridge. Also look out for birds such as Lammergeirs and Choughs sailing high above the valley. It’s the longest day of the trek through narrow gorges, which means climbing up a short distance by the bank of the river in places where a solid walking surface is unavailable.

Day 8

Tibb Cave – Gyalpo – Bakula – Leh (Trek 11-12 km. / 6-7 hours)

10,760ft to 10,500ft. Stay in Guest house.
Way back is tiring at the same time very interesting. After 5 days in this chilling region you get use to this environment. Snap shots of your favorite place, lying on the bed of ice, sharing your experience are the memories of trek.
We make our way back along the same way that we came, giving you the opportunity to soak in the sights that you probably missed. Trekkers along the way are sure to check with you on the route ahead, so be prepared to play guide and share your experiences.

Day 9

Checkout 10.00am from Leh. Fly to your desired destination.


  • Local transport during Trek.
  • Highly Advanced and qualified Guides
  • Skilled Local Guide who has ample knowledge of the route.
  • Vegetarian meals on the trek (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner).
  • Cooks/Helper and other requisite staff.
  • Porters/mules for carrying common Equipments (like rations/tents/utensils/)
  • Equipment’s – Tents on sharing basis / Sleeping bags / Sleeping Mattress
  • Meals will be freshly prepared and will be a mix of Indian, Chinese & Continental.
  • Basic First aid Kit with portal oxygen.
  • Forest Permits and camping charges.
  • Food in hotel/guesthouse won’t be included.
  • Personal Porters for carrying trekker’s backpacks.
  • Personal trekking Equipments – like trekking poles or sleeping bag, liners.
  • Personal travel/adventure insurance or cost of emergency evacuation.
  • Purchases of personal natures (like mineral water bottles/bottled or canned beverages/chocolates/dry fruits etc)


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