Overview Ladakh Valley Trek is an very popular trekking destination of India, Tour starts with interesting old historical monuments in Delhi and magnificent Taj Mahal at Agra. You can experience views of Saser Kangri (7,672 m-25,171 ft), the highest peak around Ladakh and Zhanskar range of mountains with Stok Kangri at 6,121 m-20,082 ft, and notably Kang Yatse (6,400 m-20997 ft) The trek crosses the Kongmaru La at (5,150 m-16,896 ft), the highest pass on this trek. The walk passes through Hemis National Park, created to preserve the endangered snow leopard and other wildlife, and finally brings you to Hemis, the richest and most famous monastery of Ladakh, and the end of this fascinating trek. Ladakh, located on North of India within the state of Jammu & Kashmir, the only Buddhist religion province, in a Muslim dominated state. An amazing country where the northern border straddles with Tibet, China and towards North West with Pakistan. Ladakh, a high-altitude desert country, is sheltered from rain shadow of Indian monsoon by the barrier of the Great Himalaya, with occasionally stray monsoon clouds finding their way over the Himalaya. Ladakh lies at altitudes ranging from about 2,750 m-9022 ft at Kargil to 7,672 m-25170 ft at Mt. Saser Kangri in the Karakoram with summer temperatures rarely exceed about 27º C. in the shade, while in winter they may plunges to -20º C. even in Leh, the main town and capital of Ladakh. Trekking in Ladakh is a remarkable experience, one does not need to be physically fit; but determination and interest can take part in short trekking around Ladakh, some of places might be tough with high passes and long walks on the dry arid terrain and windswept landscapes. However, days are lovely with warm, and even hot, due to the desert effect of the barren landscape; evenings can become chilly. Trexmount Ventures to Ladakh Markha Valley with tour of Delhi / Agra tour begins after your arrival in Delhi via respective countries and airlines. In Delhi our guide will take you on a tour on this city steeped with old history from Mogul period visit of Red Fort, Qutab Minor and Delhi Gate and the colorful bazaar around Old Delhi, the symbol of old India and new? Even the stones here whisper ages of long ago and the air is full of the dust and fragrances of the past, as also of the fresh and piercing winds of the present. From Delhi, next adventure starts with a short flight to Leh in Ladakh at 3,450 m-11318 ft, a Buddhist religion province, sandwiched between Muslim State of Kashmir which borders Pakistan and Tibet. In Leh with an acclimatization day tour monasteries and ancient fort Dzong palace and the interesting market areas. Here you can observe the local Ladakh people with their daily life, with their culture, customs, traditions similar to Tibet in Buddhist religion also. The Markha to Himis trek is one of the most beautiful walking journeys. Difficulty rating is moderate to adventurous on account of high passes on trekking route, including an exciting crossing of Zanskar River by trolley at the village of Chiling. Trek leads through several villages in the Sham and Markha valleys, passing many chortens and mani (prayer) walls, but mostly through remote areas. At the start of this adventure visit the oldest monastery of Ladakh at Lamayuru, which is regarded as the most stunning in terms of its site and excellent vista. On this wonderful adventure, trek leads over the highest point of this trip at 5,270 m-17290 ft at top of Kongmaru-La and then concluds at Hemis after Martselang village. From here drive to Leh for last overnight in Ladakh before flying to Delhi and then to respective destination.