Indian Army Treks 213 Km To Unexplored Terrains Of Ladakh In 12 Days

by Sanmita A
Indian Army Treks 213 Km To Unexplored Terrains Of Ladakh In 12 Days

A group of 14 Indian soldiers from the Snow Leopard Brigade, started a trek on August 9, 2022. They trekked through the unexplored terrains in Ladakh for 213 km in a span of 12 days. The 12-day journey for this troupe of Indian Army began after a lot of careful planning and forethought. The expedition for these soldiers began from Rumtse to Nyoma with heights ranging from 14000 feet to 18000 feet in the unexplored and rough terrains of Ladakh.

Indian Army Expedites Through Rough Terrains Of Ladakh

This 14-member team of the Indian Army was able to complete the journey of 213 km in a span of 12 days. As they took rest in tents, walked through snowy pathways and finally made it to their destination. Here are a few snippets of the team while trekking these terrains in Ladakh.

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Trekking, While In Ladakh

If you are the kind of person, who loves to trek, and explore just as the Indian Army’s recent expedition, then we’re listing a few treks that you will thoroughly enjoy when in Ladakh. There are different kinds of trekkers, but if you love the challenging pathways than Markha valley trek, Nubra Valley, Rumtse to Tso Moriri, Stok Kangri climb are for you. They are super difficult and ain’t for the faint hearted. You will have to be really healthy, get yourself acclimatized before you go ahead in these trekking expeditions. There are more remote treks too, that provide trekkers with the most mesmerizing and breathtaking views in Ladakh. Make sure to do all the research before you head to the above mentioned trek in Ladakh.

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