Altitude:  9000 feet to 25170 feet
Location:   Ladakh,Jammu & Kashmir Valley
Population:   30,870 (2011))
Language:  Dogri, Sheena, Urdu, Hindi, English.
Temperature:  Max 17°C to Min -6.7°C.
Best Time to Visit:  March to November.
How to Spend Time:  Bike Riding, Trekking, Sightseeing, Photography.
Attractions:  Hall of Fame, Dha & Hemis, Pathar Sahab, Pangong Lake, Drass War Memorial etc.

Ladakh is known as Land of High Passes and is located in Jammu and Kashmir State. Ladakh lies at an altitude from 9000 ft to 25170 feet. At these heights, you are on the roof of the world! Ladakh is well known for its mountains, high passes, scenic aura and its culture. Ladakh is in the highest region of the north, surrounded by the great Himalayan chain in the south. For many centuries, Ladakh has haunted traveler’s dreams. Countless temples and monasteries dot this magical land, landlocked in the mountains, and therefore, rightly called the ‘Roof of the World’. It is common in Ladakh to come across villages carved out of the veritable mountainside, stupas reaching the sky, monasteries virtually hanging from the cliffs and crags. Their interiors are filled with priceless antiques and art. Ladakh is popular among the adventure lovers because of several activities which one can do on Ladakh tour, some of them are white water rafting, trekking, and biking at Khardung La Pass, Camping and Paragliding. It offers trekking options ranging from soft, short hikes through villages for amateurs, to long trans-mountain traverses involving weeks of walking & camping in the wilderness. For mountaineering enthusiasts, there are dozens of peaks and climbing sites to choose from. River Indus & its dramatic tributaries (Zanskar, Shayok, Suru etc.) provide rafting options, both for amateurs and professionals. Or you can go on exciting Jeep Safaris across some of the highest passes &vast plateaus of the world.

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