The Big Chill - Ladakh
Ladakh Multi Adventure - Winter Edition
5 nights in a hotel
22 - 27 January 2021
The Ladakh Multi Adventure trip, the challenging ruggedness of nature is equilibrated with warm showers, heated blankets and connectivity to home. Participants will be taken on day hikes, taught to navigate frozen rivers and ice walls. Set in arguably the most beautiful preserve of India, the ‘Ladakh Multi Adventure’ trip also
offers a priceless opportunity to spot a Snow Leopard.
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Winters in Ladakh are cold, with temperatures reaching -3’C during the day and -15’C at night. Expect to see Buddhist monastery festivals, ice skating, ice hockey and the locals incredible connection to the cold.
At an altitude of 3524m, Leh is a cold desert, where coexistence insures survival. The rich Buddhist and Muslim culture of the city attracts and intrigues travellers from all corners of the world. The architecture will show you that Leh is truly a kingdom in the sky.
The snow leopard, Panthera uncia, is notoriously difficult to study in the wild. Its natural environment is usually remote and difficult of access (for most). It has a low population density and a large territory. In the winter months its descends to the valley floor looking for prey and this offer a chance to spot one in the wild.
In the winter months, the frozen Zanskar has traditionally been used for passage between the Zanskar and Leh, region. Here is an opportunity to experience how it feels to traverse a frozen river set in a deep gorge.
Ice climbing is a technical skill that is essential for high altitude trekkers and mountaineers. Very few people in the world can claim that they possess the ability and skill to safely scale ice walls.
The Grand Dragon is the most premier hotel in Leh and offers a luxury stay experience