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Chadar Frozen Zanskar River Trek: 20 – 28 Jan 2018

Ladakh, the land of high passes is blessed with natural beauty. Due to extreme weather conditions in winters, these passes are closed for most of the time of the year. The tourist season June to September is fairly short when the ice melts to open these passes and weather is pleasant. However, the winter has its own opportunities for adventure – walking on the frozen Zanskar river. This is the Chadar trek.
Characterised by extreme cold, walking on icy river, using sleds to carry luggage and supplies, this is one unique winter trek any avid trekker should not miss.

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