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Chaddar Ice Trek
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and Ladakh — Adventurers’ Paradise
high altitude of Kashmir’s Himalayan range makes for an adventurer’s
playground. Trekking, Water trekking, Ice trekking, river rafting,
Jeep safari tours are some of the main sport activities.
& Rafting : The renowned treks of Vishensar,
Gangabal, Kolahai in Kashmir offer are one of the most exciting
treks of Himalayas. Indus in Leh region, Shayok in Nubra and
Zanskar River in Zanskar have a variety of river rafting skill
levels. An unlimited scope for river rafting.
range, Ladakh ranges, and the recently opened Karakoram Range
have some of the finest challenges for mountaineers.
Water Trek : The
best way to explore the old life style revolving around Kashmir
and a unique experience which makes you to cruise through the
daily life style of Kashmiri people. Sitting in a huge Shikara
and cruising along the river Jhelum, passing through the heart
of Srinagar city, behind the 7 historic bridges and reaching
country sides and some of the very best known lakes in Kashmir
and Asia. Sleeping in a shikara or camping along the banks,
water trek gives you a new concept of trekking.
Skiing & Heli Skiing : Kashmir
first Ski resort – the British established “Gulmarg”
in 1927. With its unrivalled slopes Gulmarg can be any adventure
sportsperson's delight. . It holds a position as one of the
highest lift served ski resorts in the world. The area is one
of world's best Heli-skiing regions, according to with thousands
of possible 2000-plus meter descents. According to Living Abroad
Magazine & Sylvain Saudan (skiers of the impossible), Gulmarg
is one of the best Heli Skiing spots in Asia.
Adventure that dares you – Journey of a lifetime
The Chaddar Ice trek expedition is a test of physical ability and
mental endurance – you need to be physically very fit, mentally
very strong and have the initiative to dare as you take one of the
most arduous journeys in the Himalayas.
surface is a grand illusion. Parts of the gorge where the river
is frozen edge-to-edge speak a placid, calm, serene lie. All seems
still and blissful – a landscape of breathtaking beauty.
the sheet of Ice in very odd temperature of 20 to 25 minus trekkers
have to Camp in Caves used by Ancient traders along the frozen Zanskar
River. The trek takes one down the desolate, remote and sheer Zanskar
gorge, with its walls rising a few thousand feet out of the riverbed.
The near-vertical rise of the gorge-face at either edge of the river
forces one to walk on the river (now ice) at all times. Wild animals
like ibex and even Snow Leopard can be seen during the trek.