Chadar Trek- The Frozen River, Leh

Duration:
9 days 8 nights
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Adventure
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20-25
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Description

Overview

At 11,400 ft altitude, the chadar trek adventure starts in Leh. Trekking is an understatement to call it an adventure. It’s a life-long experience. In the winter the river of Zanskar freezes in Ladakh, covering it entirely with a thick sheet of ice. The name ‘Chadar’ or blanket, therefore. The thing about the Chadar trek that it is most interesting and every day one is new. During the night the Chadar forms during the day, and night reforms! Chadar Trek’s unparalleled experience includes walking on the frozen Zanskar River, an event that will be remembered forever. In the midst of the majestic Karakoram range and the powerful Himalayan range, Ladakh offers the world the great trek that only the courageous and strong can do. This frozen river walk is all the more special for Ladakh.

In terms of the slow gain, the Chadar Trek or the frozen river trail differs spreads evenly across the mountains, and takes you to a maximum of 11,800 ft deep in the Himalayas! The experience begins at Leh, crosses the frozen Zanskar, and reaches the town of Ladakh of Chilling, where the frozen river trek begins. During the Chadar Trek, you will have a total distance of 62 km, which spans evenly during the six days of the walk. The Trek to Chadar is only open in January and February because this is the only time that the flowing, emerald Zanskar is frozen enough for trekking.

The weather is still mentally cold all along the Chadar Tour. Although you may have the privilege to experience a temperature slightly above 0 degrees when you arrive in Leh, the temperature drops below nil as soon as you cross over to Ladakh and start the frosty river trek. The temperature of the trek varies from -5° to -15°C throughout the day and in the night reaches -30°C. In the evening at the Nerak campsite, i.e. in your fifth night, you will find the lowest temperature. During the Chadar Trek, you will walk through a thick snowy carpet. Even Leh has a snow blanket that is as thick as 6″!

In addition to the apparent specialty of trekkers spending their time on a thick ice sheet that covers the Zanskar River, the Chadar trek is also the main attraction for adventurers for all the many fascinating and off-the-world sights of the trip. Starting with the Gurudwara Pathar Sahib and the Magnetic Hill, the trek will bring the holiday to you in the wonders of natural surrounding wonders, including frozen waterfalls, the deep knee, and white sand. The frozen Nerak waterfall is the most iconic sight of the Chadar Trek. The water, falling by 56 ft above sea level, appears frozen in the mid-air itself. The curious sights will set fire to your senses and sharpen your memories of the Chadar trek each time you look at them later! The Chadar Trek is the answer if you’re looking for a wonderful trekking experience in India.

One thing to note is that the Chadar Trek is regarded as the most challenging trek in the world. Trekking on ice and knee-deep snow is a major challenge. Trekking on snow and in particular ice has to be aware of the challenge. Beginning from removing your heat and causing slipping and falling accidents, ice can become a dreadful rival that can be overcome. But if some things are remembered, the enemy can also be damaged during this Trek in Chadar. Making sure you always wear layers and waterproof clothing, including at least one windscreen, keeps the body temperature and avoids the heat escaping. Be sure of your footing during your trek. Avoid slippery ice patches and find snow-capped ice. It is also extremely important that you avoid any ice splash and rush and rush under your feet when there are first signs of ice splashing. The choice of the right camping spot is also very important to make trekking in Chadar safe and enjoyable!

This magnificent experience of one of India’s best treks starts at Leh. You can only reach Leh by air during the winter season, as the roads are covered by snow, making it impossible for you to get around. You can fly directly from Delhi in order to get to Leh. Some operators have a flight from Delhi to Leh daily. To minimize costs, you should book in advance your Chadar trek and transport!

Quick insider tips for you:

  • On Day 1, it would be wise to keep your woolens ready when you land in Leh. The Leh temperature is almost 2 degrees and this time of year the snow is especially thick. If you are not prepared, the sudden cold will hit you hard. Make sure you can easily reach at least your woolen caps, gloves, and fleece jacket! 
  • The Trek of Chadar is a great opportunity to trek for those in Leh Ladakh who are looking for the backpacking journey. But beginners or beginners should not take it lightly because the level of difficulty of the Chadar Trek is considered quite high. The walk should also not be carried out unguided and is not an ideal solo walk.
  • Day 1 and Day 2 of the Chadar trek are for acclimatizing and you can spend them exploring Leh, going sightseeing, and window-shopping. However, since you must keep your sacks light, it is advisable that you don’t buy anything other than essential in those days.
  • The weather can get very cold during the Chadar Trek. The nights on the Chadar trek are particularly cold with a temperature of -30 degrees! To make sure you don’t lose all your body heat, you must take several steps. It is important to keep you hydrated at all times, apart from wearing at least four layers of clothing. Always maintain adequate quantities of water with you! Warming pads may also be of great help for cold-sensitive individuals.
  • For those taking on the Trek Chadar, Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is a major concern. As the Leh Ladakh hike begins at 10.400 feet above sea level, hikers don’t have time to acclimatize at high altitudes to the lowest levels of oxygen. Although the number of serious cases has decreased since government regulations require that Leh stays for at least two days before the trip, AMS can still overcome a walker if the right precautions have not been taken. Making sufficient breaks and being well-food and moisturized during the treks is a must for the Trek of Chadar! In addition, avoid the use of guest house thermals before your trip when your body is dehydrated and prevent acclimatization!
  • Gumboots are an essential component in the requirement for Chadar Trek gear. At first, Gumboots might be uneasy. You may even have shoe bites, however, for the Chadar Trek they are a must. Sometimes you wad through cold, knee-deep waters and the snow during your trek. In times like these, gumboots become a must.
  • It is extremely important to protect your toes and fingers because frostbite is a serious threat to walkers under such harsh conditions. It is recommended at all times to wear waterproof gloves and socks, gumboots, and extra pairs of socks!
  • You have to be ready for the Chadar Trek mentally. This is a difficult step, that only those who are mentally prepared to deal with such harsh weather conditions and temperatures below zero can undertake. It would help to remember that there are people who live in these areas and use Chadar every year to travel from Ladakh to Leh. You will find local people who make their way through the Chadar during your trip. It would be good to know!
  • It is recommended to start exercising at least two weeks in advance in order to prepare for the Trek in Chadar in preparation for the trek. At least 3-4 months in advance would be advisable to follow a strict exercise regime. Since you climb to 11,800 ft above sea level, yoga is also a viable option to enhance your lungs! It would be best if you could ensure that for the course of your training you follow a healthy diagram and take all your food regularly.

Do’s And Don’ts of Chadar Trek:-

DO’s:

  • Inform your family/friends of this itinerary and itinerary are always nice. At least one person should know who can easily arrive if a disorder happens during the trek.

 

  • The first-aid kit is important. During the trek there are frequent bouts and cuts.

 

  • During the trek it is recommended to bring some handy snacks and a bottle of water.

 

  • On Chadar trails, the temperature fell in the negative so warm clothing and washable shoes are very important to carry.

 

  • Follow the trail leader’s instructions always.

 

  • The trek contains many monasteries and temples. Show culture and standards respect.

 

DON’T’s:

  • Don’t litter. Don’t litter. Keep the environment clean and keep no trace policies.

 

  • Do not use shampoos or soaps in the lakes or waterfalls during the hike. This water is used to drink by local people.

 

  • Do not damage local people’s intentions by doing anything wrong.

 

  • It is not easy to walk down the Zanskar frozen river, the guidelines of the trek leader should be followed.

 

  • Do not undermine the tranquility and serenity of the environment.

 

       Eligibility for Chadar trek:

 

  • The individual should weigh 10kg on the trek.

 

  • The individual should be strong mentally and physically.

 

  • He/she ought to have experience trekking. If a novice is fit, he must be fit.

 

  • It is advisable not to do the trek to those who have high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, heart problems.

It’s not just a trek, as we have said, it’s a lifetime experience. Trekking in Leh & Ladakh will give you a wonderful feeling, and you will finally fall for the place. You have a great aura. Chadar trek is a real Himalayan gem. Lose yourself in the fascinating beauty of the Himalayas and once try this thrilling adventure and cherish it for life.

Chadar trek the frozen river trek in Ladakh enraptured with the range of the great Himalayan mountains. It is the best-known trek in India’s Zanskar valley among trekkers and it has gathered immense attraction among tourists as one catches the frozen Zanskar river. 

The trek starts from the mountain town of Leh and one can reach Leh by flight where you can catch the surreal views of snow-capped mountains just from the above which looks stunning as you observe. Chadar trek is set at an altitude of 11,078 feet and the best part of this trek is walking on the frozen river which gives one ultimate thrill and a new expedition. It is the world’s most beautiful place to see inhabited in uninhabitable regions in the world. It will give one the memories of a lifetime and this trek’s beauty will leave one with no other option but just to get immersed in it fully. 

One can go for Chadar trek during January or February as during these months the ice sheets get completely frozen and one can walk for long km on it. The temperature lies here below 20 degrees freezing point and at times it even goes much below. So one needs to be fully prepared before going for this challenging trek with all the necessary requirements. It makes this trek popular for Do Before You Die since camping on the river banks and staying for refuge in caves works as life on instincts. 

Now it can be experienced by professionals as well as beginners too though the trek is a challenging one. And what makes this trek difficult is just the extreme cold weather and not the terrain. So to make it endurable one needs to go with proper acclimatization, paper clothing, trekking shoes, hydration, food, and other things keeping in mind its sub-zero temperature level. 

Major attractions:

  • Now talking about the most rewarding sight of this trek is Naerak frozen cascading waterfall which will leave one awestruck by its adornment. It will give one new perspective to look at the waterfall and visualize the formations of frozen water. 
  • Other spectacular things like its landscape and overall experience will make one blissful to see nature’s finest creations with their own eyes. 
  • Exploring Gompas and forts around Leh as you acclimate your body. 
  • Seeing rare animals like snow leopard, ibex, Himalayan tahr, blue sheep, etc. 
  • And most of all do you want to explore the traditions of the Zansakri people and how they survive in these arduous conditions. If this catches your interest then get ready to know the living style of these locals as to how they spend their nights in the caves, camp at the river banks, and walk miles without any trekking shoes. So explore the Chadar trek to see the ultimate beauty of nature with the people living with such harsh climate conditions without any proper attires.

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Itinerary

Day1 Reach Leh | 11400 ft

#Take us on this Leh Ladakh walking tour in the hotel in Leh. Try to take window seats while flying while enjoying wonderful views while you are flying, right from the moment the plane reaches the ground! Insight of so suddenly, the snow-capped mountains are breathing away!

#Be sure to keep your woollen trees close, because when you come down to the tarmac, the temperature is around 2 degrees.

#From here you go to the guest house, and before going to some sightseeing or window shopping you can go check-in and drop off your cargo.

#Don’t walk up into higher altitudes this day, get plenty of rest and hydration in preparation for your next adventure!

Day 2 Acclimatize yourself

#According to government rules, all walkers on the Chadar Trek must first stay for a minimum of two days in Leh to reach high altitude.

#In order to prevent Acute Mountain disease, the trekkers tend to overcome at such high altitudes.

#You can explore the town and take a sightseeing tour after breakfast. This is the best time to make an inventory because Leh is the last stop where you can access shops and civilization.

#The trek leader will take you to the essentials of trekking on frozen water in the evening and will give you instructions on the safety of the trek.

#Before heading to bed, enjoy your hot, delicious dinner!

Day 3 medical checkup

#hat day we go to SNM Hospital and Sonam Norbhu Memorial Hospital for our medical check-out. After two days in order to acclimatize, all the aspiring trekkers are required to undergo a fitness check to see if they are in the physical condition they need for the challenging Chadar Trek!

#We will obtain the required permits for wildlife, insurance documents, and other required permits and documents after clearance.

Day 4 Drive from Leh to Shingra Koma, via chilling and tiled Do and trek to Gyalpo | 11400 ft 

#Wake up for a tasty breakfast at morning crack. It’s the day we start the long-hoped-for walk!

#The day begins with a magnificent journey to Chilling, the base for the Trek of Chadar. The journey covers the distance from Leh to Zanskar River.

#During the journey, revel in the cold desert majestic sights such as Zanskar-Indus confluence, Magnetic Hill, and Pathar Sahib Gurudwara!

#Right next to Zanskar, the drive takes approximately an hour and a half, with picturesque pit stops and a comfortable rhythm.

#Following that, the trek begins to Gyalpo, Chadar’s first campground. We pass through Tilad D and Shingra Koma. We pass along the way. It’s only an hour and a half to finish this short trek. The first experience of trekking on the Zanskar in Ladakh is the ideal duration and length.

#You begin the tour by sliding and sliding across the “chadar” or the thick ice sheet that covers the river Zanskar. Only after a while will you begin to understand the trick of planting your foot right to stand!

#When you reach the camp at Gyalpo, take your rest and camp in a beautiful view.

#Keep warm and hydrated while you go into your tent during the night!

Day 5 Trek from Gyalpo to Tibb Cave | 11800 ft

#Start your day with a radiant Himalayan sunrise and have a pleasant breakfast while the hot teacup will soothe your cold night aches.

#We start the Tibba Cave Trek after breakfast at an altitude of 11,800 ft! The walk will take approximately 6-7 hours and you will hike right beside the Zanskar.

#At the views waiting for you in this trek you will be left speechless! The frozen waterfalls, in any way they flowed, offer the most fascinating sight you will find!

#Some of the most interesting rock formations, which seem to take on different shades and forms in the sunlight, are also present.

#Take in a beautiful view of the cold desert in the sand surrounding the campsite when you arrive at the campsite near Tibb Cave!

#Once you have finished setting up the camp, please enjoy a warm, pleasant dinner!

Day 6 Trek from Tibb Cave to Nerak | 11150 ft 

#Start your day with the rising sun and enjoy your mouth feeling like a hot breakfast. Make sure you get ready for the day as this day, although the altitude is slight, you hit the lowest temperature of the whole hike.

#The day trek is 13 kilometers long and takes approximately 7 hours. The day’s destination leads you to the most expected view of the trek, the Nerak Waterfall. The fascinating view of water suspended in time, frozen midway to the soil, presents the waterfall, high and proud at a height of 56 ft.

#If we reach the waterfall in good time, we could also have time for a little exploration in the village of Nerak!

#The camp site is 20 minutes from the waterfall. The campground. Special attention must be paid this day to dress well and stay warm. During the nights, the temperature in this specific campsite drops to -30 degrees!

#You can go into your tents for the night after your hot, well-earned dinner!

Day 7 Trek From Nerak to Tibb cave | 11800 Ft

#Begin the day with a hot, delicious breakfast to taste. We begin the trek back to Tibb Cave after packaging.

#You will notice, as you look, that the path is not as familiar as the path and trail are the same. It is because Zanskar is sensitive to and changes with even the smallest variations in the temperature.

#The way back will be as new as your first time! The journey back will be as new. Along the way, you will have a human experience in the form of the monks, come back from Lingshed to Leh, or go for their business in the form of local people. Curiously, the sight will make you feel better. Perhaps because it’s warm to see children laugh and smile even in such harsh times on their way to school.

#You will arrive at the Tibb Cave Campsite after about 6-7 hours of trekking where you will camp overnight.

Day 8 Trek From Tibb Cave  To Shingra Koma, and drive to Leh | 11400 ft 

#Wake up and relax in the glorious sunrise in the Himalayas. Enjoy a cozy breakfast with mouthwatering, and begin your way back.

#The trek is along the same path as before and you pass through the same frozen cascades and fascinating rock formations.

#You will reach the campground Gyalpa on the beautiful rolling trail parallel to the green emerald Zanskar waters, which runs through Ladakh. The final leg of trekking, through Zanskar and Chilling, starts from here.

#A warm, pleasant lunch is available to you on the way. You will also meet various trekking groups, just beginning the tour! On the way! Have fun telling the story for the moment!

#The trek is short and takes an hour and a half. For our drive back to Leh, from here we get into the vehicle.

#At approximately 6.30 p.m., you will come to Leh. In the luxury of the return to civilization, check-in at the guesthouses!

#This evening, we will have a celebration dinner to commemorate the success of your trip!

#Take a warm bath and get into the cozy, warm night bed!

Day 9 Departure

#Get ready to travel back.

#Take the final look at the powerful mountain scenes as you come to an end with your Himalayan trekking experience and return to your destination…

#That’s where your trip along Chadar Trek ends.

Stay type

#The package price of Leh Ladakh includes three nights – nights 1, 2, 3 and 8 – a trip to a guesthouse in Leh!
You’ll camp on the frozen Zanskar river deep in Ladakh for the rest of the nights.

#For your protection against the cold, we will offer you the appropriate equipment like waterproof sleeping tents.

#For additional protection, we also provide you with extra thick sleeping bags.

#All our provisions are clean, healthy and follow strict standards of hygiene!

Meals

#From Day 4 to Day 8, we will provide you with all of your meal cycles including breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea/coffee snacks.

#On Day 8, we will also have a celebration dinner to celebrate the trip’s success!

#All meals are healthy, vegetarian and nutritious.
The meals are made from Indian cuisine

Advisory

#Carry minimum weight and carry everything you need

#Don’t wail.

#Carrier services for personal baggage may be provided for a surcharge and are not originally included in the package. Please let us know about it in advance!
Follow the trail leader and expert’s instructions carefully.

#Please note that in Leh no meals or transport are included in the package costs.

#It is not allowed to use alcohol and smoking.
Please note that GST is charged separately from the cost of the package.

#It will be binding and final that the trek leader decides.

#Weather conditions may cause delays

#Anyone with conditions such as asthma, etc. may not go on this expedition.

#Please note that pick up from the airport does not include the package cost.

#A medical certificate is a preliminary document and you will not be permitted on the journey without it.

#LAHDC and ALTOA — the regional municipalities charge every trekker with a Wildlife and Environment fee. The hiker must pay for this on his own, so it is advisable to bring enough money with him.

#Give your own baggage care, please.
At the night the temperature may vary from -30°C to -5°C. Pack correspondingly, please.

FAQ

  1. How hard is the Trek of Chadar?

The Chadar Trek is regarded as India’s hardest winter trek, it’s a challenging adventure in fact. However, with knowledge about operators’ ends, it is not an overwhelming job anymore and can even be performed by trekkers for the first time. What you need is proper preparedness, like mental and physical preparation along with intelligent packing. If you produce all of the pieces to fit the right pieces, even if you are a first timer, it does not matter.

  1. How much time is Trek Chadar?

The trail distance is 62 km from Chadar, and the average walker is approximately 10-15 km ahead. The trip to achieve the target distance takes about 5-6 hours. Although the walk is straight and has less elevations, the extreme negative temperature and the broken paths make this trek more challenging. At least a month before your journey, work on your stamina and durability.

  1. What’s Chadar Trek’s altitude?

Chadar Trek is right on its way across the frosty Zanskar River facing astonishing temperatures with an altitude of 11,123 feet. The oxygen level is low due to its high altitude and it is therefore advisable to refrain from taking asthma or any other breathing issue. If you want to meet this challenge, you need medical clearance and equipment to unveil the fascinating expedition.

  1. What is the temperature of Chadar Trek?

The Chadar Trek has temperatures between -5° celsius and -25° celsius. The temperature during the day is between -5°C and -10°C, and gradually decreases to -25°C by night. The harsh environment is one of the biggest barriers to the Chadar Trek. To withstand the coldness of the destination, it takes a lot of endurance and endurance. But this bigger expedition than life can be easily triumphed with proper preparation and guidance. Check that you have essential clothing and clothes according to the operator’s guidelines.

  1. How complicated is it to go on the frozen river Zanskar?

This practice is well known among the enthusiastic travelers. The beauty of the area is very popular, but its rough and deserted atmosphere is very challenging. You will meet the locals on the Zanskar Valley tour and appreciate their lifestyle in one of the worst areas in the world. The frozen Chadar River Trek is an experience for those who seek bravery and excitement. The weather and ground will shake your confidence, but if your journey to this country can overcome it, you can experience it most enrichingly.

  1. What if this year’s Chadar trek ladakh is again canceled?

This year is certainly the Trek of Chadar, and the local authorities have verified it. The natural disaster in the area caused the cancelation last year. However, if the path is compromised again for any unforeseen reasons, we have prepared an equally successful alternative plan to which we will take you. The dates will match the initial schedule to prevent logistical problems. In the region, other rivers (like Indus) are frozen and we will take you elsewhere in the area and ensure you don’t waste time and resources.

  1. What if the freezing water drops us in the river?

Falling into freezing water can be very risky. However, it’s not normal and we make sure the Chadar is sufficiently thick to continue. Follow our Trek Leader and Guide to ensure that the platform on which you stand is resilient to resist strain. You will follow. We still have to brace ourselves for such a crash. Our team will take over immediately and get you out of the water. Everyone must be patient and only hysteria overwhelms the situation. If you are out, you must prevent any loss or restore heat to your body.

  1. In daytime and nighttime, what is the temperature?

Daytime temperature goes up to -10°C. Due to the reflection of the sunrays from the ice a sunny day may also warm the atmosphere. In the evening we experienced temperatures until -38 degrees. But don’t worry, inside the tent it is pretty warm but until the last moment you’re on the hike and even in Leh the psychological sense of cold.

  1. Will we smoke or liquor on the trek?

Leh is at an altitude of 11,000 feet, and the pressures of the atmosphere and small oxygen levels make it already difficult to acclimatize. Drugs or liquor may be applied to make you unhappy as a catalyst. In our previous experiences many good people have deliberately used drugs and alcohol and have developed AMS and nausea symptoms instantly. They had to be returned from Leh immediately after being hospitalized to a lower height.

  1. Is it possible, alone, to make Chadar trek Ladakh?

No, Chadar Trek is never to be undertaken alone, because it’s one of the treacherous treks. Even if it is a small one, it is highly advised to join you during the walk.

  1. Do we need a footstool on a hike through Chadar?

You choose whether or not you want a footstool. However, with a trekking pole it is often more convenient. A trekking pole can also assist you in taking firm steps and gripping slippery terrain.

  1. What appliances and clothes need to be bought from us?

With the trek the most critical list of instruments and equipment to be taken to the end can be reviewed. We recommend that you carefully review the list and arrange things from your home city. If you find it difficult to find anything, ping us. Our team is going to assist you there. You may buy the same from Leh, but depends entirely on the stock available on the market.

  1. Why is Trek Chadar hard?

Chadar Trek, because of the terrain, is a challenging trek. As high altitude increases, there is a risk of an AMS leading to sleeping problems, dizziness, exhaustion, headache, nausea, respiratory problems and more.

If you have time for acclimatization, this could be healed. Three days after you reach the place to allow your body time to adapt to the environment, you should ideally start your journey. Beside that, at least a month before the trek, you can watch your diet and practice.

  1. Which shoes should I purchase before I visit the Ladakh tour of Chadar trek?

Trekking shoes is one of the main items you need for any trek, but before you buy it, you have to be extremely careful. Only high-ankle and waterproof shoes that are branded and designed specifically for trekking purposes are advisable. High altitude trekking skates are some quality brands that deal with Quechua, Zamberlan, Lafuma, Conquest and The North Face.

  1. Are transfers from the airport available? What is the airport shuttle charge?

The kit costs are not covered by airport transfers. But outside the terminal, a number of taxis are available to take you to the hotel. You will club with other community members and share your time at the hotel. A taxi costs between 400 – 500 INR to take you back and forth to the hotel.

  1. How many walkers in one group are there?

In one batch of men and women we usually take up to 15-20 participants. To run a fixed departure it takes at least 10 individuals, but size does not matter for the individual groups.

  1. Who’s going to lead the tour and who’s going to be with us in the team?

The walk is conducted by a trained trek leader who finishes his basic and advanced mountain riding lessons with other mountain track courses such as MOI and also has first aid certificates. A local guide with an itinerary map at the back of his head will accompany the trekk leader to help you. The remaining members of the team include kitchen workers, porters, assistants and additionally qualified local support personnel in the event of an emergency.

  1. I’m the one girl trekking, is she safe?

Yeah, our first concern is to build a healthy atmosphere for all walkers, and the welfare of girls is the biggest thing for us. During rooms / tents, the boys and girls in various accommodations are divided. We build always a friendly atmosphere between walkers and other support staff who are carefully selected for your journeys, taking into account all safety measures. However, we recommend that your personal belongings are also taken care of.

  1. Do you provide any rental equipment?

No, we don’t rent equipment of any kind, whether they be clothes, shoes, equipment or technical equipment. However, if you like, we can offer some shops for adventure from which they can be purchased except for Decathlon.

  1. How many walkers in a tent are going to sleep?

We have four men’s tents, but there’s a tent for three women. It also maintains the appropriate temperature to sleep in the night warm and comfortable.

 

1 review for Chadar Trek- The Frozen River, Leh

  1. Suresh kumar

    He has had a new trek to Lake Chadar. It was planned for very professionally adding additions by jannattrips. For personal reasons we had the date changed, and they took our request into consideration. All communication from the office side was well handled and local operators were very helpful. The trekking team and porters were extremely helpful and supportive. In terms of a more professional briefing and feedback about trekking in general and fine-tuning the ground representative of Leh-based jannattrips could do better. The rest has been very pleasant.

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