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Trip to Indus Valley : The Frozen River Track - Thriving Experience

Embark on a 9 day quest in the Himalayas through mysterious snow covered mountains, frozen rivers, frozen lakes and camp in an incredible cold desert which will be snow covered during your visit. During these 9 days, you'll get an up close and personal view of the life of Himalayan shepherds, indigenous people of Ladakh and get to spend time with them as they go about their lives in extreme weather conditions. The expedition is sure to change your outlook towards life and help you see just how beautiful, yet difficult life is in these remote regions.

Duration: 9 Days
Where: Leh, Chumathang, River Camp, Mahe Campsite, Tso - Moriri
Budget: According to the camping Services you will choose.

What Exciting You Do in Frozen River Track
-Take the shepherds trail on the frozen Indus River
-Experience camping in some of the most remote areas of Ladakh with hot meals
-Explore the frozen beautiful Tso Moriri and spend

Some amazing FAQs

1. How difficult is the Indus Frozen River trek?
It is a difficult trek with tough terrain and sub-zero temperatures. Overall conditions are similar to the Chadar Trek.
2. How cold does it really get on the Indus Frozen River trek?
Temperatures range between -10 to -15 and -20 to -30 during day and night respectively.
3. How long do we walk each day?
We cover 5-6 kms every day and it takes about 3-4 hours.
4. Is Diamox advisable?
It should ideally be prescribed by a doctor/physician. You should consult a doctor and explain that you are traveling in such conditions and proceed accordingly.
5. What kinds of clothes/shoes are recommended?
We recommend dressing in layers, like you would in any other Himalayan Trek. It is vital to have a heavy jacket and sufficient warm clothes. Good trekking shoes are recommended for the Indus Frozen River Trek.
6. What is the level of fitness expected from the participants?
You need to be fit and prepared enough mentally and physically to spend so many days in these challenging terrains with constant sub-zero temperatures. We recommend breathing exercises and brisk walking every day in order to best prepare for this.
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