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Chadar Trek – Fancy a real adventure trek with breathtaking views? The Chadar Frozen River Trek Package is your best bet. This trek covers a staggering 105 km one-way, with an average of 15-17 km per day. The winter snowfall closes most mountain passes and the ‘Chadar,’ meaning blanket refers to the frozen Zanskar river which becomes the only way for the residents near Zanskar to connect with the rest of the world. At times, the temperature drops to -30 to -35 degree Celsius. Despite the freezing temperatures, the sun and the blue skies are up by 9:00 am and that’s when our daily stay begins. While most of the trekking will be done on the frozen river, chadar or the normal trail used by the people in Zanskar, sometimes we will climb icy rocks or trails.
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|COST OF THE TRIP||Rs. 22,500/- Per Person (Sharing Basis)|
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Leh to Leh|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive at Leh on 10 a.m.|
As most roads are blocked during winters, air is the only way to reach Ladakh. The temperatures in Leh will always be in the negatives, so wear your warm clothes in the flight itself to avoid the drastic drop in temperatures from affecting you as you descend from the flight. Leh is immersed in snow and at times the roads will also be hidden under a thick sheet of ice. Due to this, the city will only be partly open. Only the shops catering to local needs will be open and hence, buy all your gears from your city. Overnight stay.
Your day will start with a climb to the Shanti Stupa from where you will witness your life’s most magnificent sunrise, amid the snow clad peaks of the Himalayas. 64 km away from Leh lies the start of our trek on the frozen Zanskar river. A thrilling ride to Chilling along the Indus river will take you to the Nimu village where the Zanskar converges with the mighty Indus. Next, we will start our trek, with varied challenges, on the frozen river. In between, we will reach Tilad Do and by evening we will cross the Zanskar river to reach the campsite. Overnight stay will be on the banks of Zanskar river where the Aahvan team will pitch tents and hand out warm sleeping bags.
The day will start with a few stretching exercises, breakfast and a briefing by our instructors on how to trek on the Chadar. The weather at Chadar is not very predictable, at times it can be cold with hard surface of slippery ice or it can be soft fresh snow. A 12 km trek will lead us to Gyalpo through Shingra Koma. Surrounded by towering mountain peaks, we will do an overnight stay in our tents at a bend in the river.
After breakfast, we will kick-off today’s 14 km trek with scenes of frozen waterfalls and sky-reaching mountain walls which block most of the sunlight. The trek ends with a hot cup of Ladakhi tea and an overnight stay in tents waiting for us in the Tibb Cave.
A 5 hour trek after breakfast through the beautiful cliffs, Juniper trees covered with prayer flags and the valley of Chadar will take us to the region’s largest waterfall, Nyerak waterfall. After a refreshing stop at the Nyerak waterfall, we will continue towards our destination, Nyerak village, where we will camp overnight at the side of the frozen river, in tents.
This day marks our return journey and although the trek is the same, there is a slight change in weather conditions and therefore the sceneries. Overnight stay in tents inside the cave, just like last time.
The second day of our return journey will show us mesmerizing views of frozen waterfalls. The destination for today is Gyalpo with an overnight stay in tents.
The last day of our exciting Chadar Frozen River Trek will leave you wanting more of the snow and mountains. However, soon it will be time for us to say goodbye to the Frozen River and the people of Zanskar. At Tilat Do, a vehicle waiting for us will take us back to Leh.
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Rs. 22,500/-Per Person (Sharing Basis)
Leh to Leh
|Transport to and from the base camp (Leh to Leh)|
|Accommodation during the trek (camping)|
|All meals – vegetarian|
|Trekking permits and forest camping charges|
|Trekking equipment (tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, etc.)|
|Services of an expert trek leader (qualified in basic/advanced mountaineering courses)|
|Services of an expert trek team (guides, cooks, helpers, porters/mules)|
|Safety equipment (first aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretcher, etc.)|
|Memories of Life Time|
|GST 5% (Service Tax)|
|Transport from your city to Leh and Return|
|Backpack offloading charges (Rs.550 Per Day/Per Bag)|
|Food during transit to and from the base camp|
|Backpack offloading charges|
|Personal expenses of any kind|
|Anything apart from the inclusions|
Before 30 days: Full refund (after deducting any expenses that have been incurred for hotel bookings, transport, etc.)
Between 21-30 days: 75% of trip cost will be refunded
Between 11-20 days: 50% of trip cost will be refunded
Between 0-10 days: No refund
Q. What is the fitness level required for the Chadar trek and how hard is the trek?
A. This trek is difficult and we suggest this trek to experienced hikers.
Q. Which is the best time for Chadar Trek?
A. January & February
Q. What is the maximum altitude point of Chadar trek?
A. Nyerak – 3390m
Q. How can we reach Leh?
A. As most roads are blocked during winters, air is the only way to reach Leh-Ladakh.
Q. What will be the daytime and night temperature?
A. During day time the temperature will be around -5° to 0° and during night it will fall down to -30°
Q. Are trekking shoes mandatory?
A. Yes, Trekking shoes are mandatory and they would be with a good grip, ankle support and waterproof.
Q. Are there any provisions for taking bath?
A. There is no provision for bath on the trek.
Q. What is the size of trekking group?
A. 15-20 People
Q. How many guides are there in one group?
A. 2 guides
Q. Are accommodation for men and women separate?
A. Yes, men and women will not be sharing tents, unless they want.
Q. What kind of food you provide during the trek?
A. We provide food for 4 times in a day i.e. Breakfast, lunch, evening snacks and dinner.
Q. Do I need to carry any documents with me?
A. Carry an original ID card and a photograph.
Q. Do you provide toilet tents?
A. Yes we do provide Toilet tents.
Q. Can we expect rains/snowfall during the trek?
A. Yes, Sudden weather changes are expected, always carry a light rain coat or water proof windcheater/poncho.
Q. Is there any mobile network connectivity?
A. In Leh you will have BSNL, Airtel, Vodafone and Idea Postpaid mobile network. In other locations you won’t have any network.
Q. Where can we get Electricity?
A. During the trek, you will get electricity only in Leh.