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Live the life of a documentary filmmaker or an ace wildlife photographer, as you track the elusive Ghost of the Himalayas at the Hemis High Altitude national park. Brave the extreme Ladakhi winter and explore the other sight of this cold desert. This trek is accompanied by expert Snow Leopard guides and trekkers who give apt update on the last sighting of the lovely cat to increase the chances of sightings. The tracking route is never linear – so flexibility is the key. You will get to experience how the local brave the cold as you expose yourself to the elements (albeit in a cautionary manner) of Ladakh. Wear five layers and experience warm hospitalities in Uley Homestay and the thrill of camping in the snow – raw, unapologetic adventure. Be a part of a small group of maximum 10 participants – travel, trek, track and click with like-minded wildlife lovers. And if you are lucky, you can be in for our exclusive Wanderer’s Touch – one of the three trips will be led by The Wanderers Director, Abhik Dutta, who is himself an avid wildlifer. He has already done the trail and was lucky to spot the cat – on his first attempt itself. Read about his thrilling experience here.
* All pictures are taken by Sharone Deniz on our first group trip to explore the snow leopard trail in February 2017
It is situated at an altitude range of 3,900 M - 6201m and hosts an incredible range of wildlife besides the snow leopard.
We will spend most of the time exploring known wildlife trails around Hozing & Tarbung valleys near Rumbak and around Ulley village, which are on a major Snow Leopard habitats.
If you have ever wondered how hardy can hill people get, live their life and let the rustic calm your restless city-weary heart!
The team wanders with expert trackers who collate the latest sighting news and head out there in real time. The thrill of sighting is palpable and when it happens, it is nothing short of sheer drama.
3 nights camping in A-shape tents with comfortable mattresses, separate mess tent with table & stools, kitchen tent and toilet tents!
The pass cuts through the mountain peak and so it offers an amazing view of Leh and mountains surrounding the valley. Go for a half day excursion in the unbeatable winter snow.
During winter the lake freezes completely, despite being saline water and it’s a sight not to be missed. Pangong Tso is a five-hour drive from Leh, most of it on a rough and dramatic mountain road. Cost based on 2 PAX taking this excursion