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Cicerone Trekking in Ladakh

2nd edition 2015

Kucharski Radek

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International Trekking


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Kendal UK

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Cicerone Trekking in Ladakh

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Cicerone Trekking in Ladakh

Cicerone Trekking in Ladakh  

This trekking guidebook gives detailed descriptions of eight different treks across the Ladakh, Zanskar and Markha Valley in northern India. Ranging from moderate difficulty to very demanding, the treks vary between 6 to 12 days in length, each trek is broken down into multiple stages, and has information on difficulty, available accommodation and access, as well as the many combinations and alternative routes open to exploration.
Known as Little Tibet; for both its landscape and culture, Ladakh lies at the northern tip of India. The region is bisected by the great River Indus and neighbours Tibet and Kashmir. This quiet corner of the Himalaya has developed a strong trekking culture over recent years for adventurous trekkers. Trekking in this remote, high-altitude region is extremely challenging, as paths are not signed and there are only a limited number of villages. However, its magnificent landscape (a huge area full of limitless trekking possibilities), hospitable people, rich heritage and limited number of tourists make Ladakh an amazing destination.
The guide includes background information on local culture, history and religion, as well as all the planning detail you need on crucial aspects such as environmental responsibility, health and safety in the mountains, trekking practicalities and preparation for altitude.


Recensione in altra lingua (English):

Radek Kucharski has been trekking frequently in South Asia since 2000, and has now made many visits to Nepal, Iran, Pakistan and India. After a first visit in 2004, Ladakh instantly became his favourite destination. He lives in Warsaw and works as a tourist guide for one of Poland's leading adventure travel agencies, leading trekking groups to India, Nepal and Scandinavia.