Trek a route less trodden through the Indian Himalaya and Tibetan borderland
Only recently opened due to the proximity of the Tibetan border, the remote and seldom visited Changtang Plateau is a land of wilderness and magnificence, characterised by high, arid plains, snow capped peaks and azure blue lakes. Truly remote, the area is only inhabited for a few months every summer by the hardy Tibetan Changpa nomads and their herds of yaks and pashmina goats. Starting in Leh we trek along mountain passes admiring the wild and dramatic scenery as we cross from Ladakh into the rarely visited region of Spiti. This is a great trek in a seldom visited part of the world.