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A trek to witness the best of Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh, Miyar Valley Trek is for all the adventure junkies who love to explore the offbeat places and travel to the edge.
What Is It?
In the far-off remote land of Lahaul, lies a valley of flowers which is an escape for the trekkers and nature-enthusiasts to find some respite in, it is called the Miyar Valley. This trek is for people who are seeking absolute solitude and solace as it is located at the North Eastern corner of Lahaul and has some breathtaking views along the way. The 5-day trek begins at the Khanjar Village, it is the last village of Miyar Valley and last motorable point before the village.
What’s In It?
Get blown away by the stark contrasts as you tread along the valley, you will be traversing through alternate routes between remote mountain valleys, quaint villages and flower beds sprawling across the Himalayan orchids.
The transformation between green meadows to the alpine rocks of Zanskar will leave you stunned. This valley is less trodden by tourists due to its isolated location that lies in the northeastern part of Lahaul. The Buddhist Monasteries nestled in the breathtaking terrain will leave you hanging there in tranquility and solitude.
What’s The Difficulty Level?
Miyar Valley is the only Himalayan trek that has a flat-walk trail and is moderately easier to climb. It is ideal for beginners who want to experience something different and beautiful. You will be encapsulated with the barren mountains, mountain streams, flower beds, grasslands, horses and cows grazing the green meadows and stunning lakes.
How To Reach?
to reach Khanjar, you have to take the HRTC (Himachal Roadways Transport Corporation) bus to Shukto from Keylong, from Shukto you’ll have to walk 30 minutes to reach Khanjar.
Where: Miyar Valley, Lahaul district, Himachal Pradesh
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