There are few feats in life that represent a bigger challenge, both physically and mentally than undertaking a winter trek in Ladakh. A cold desert even in summer months, Ladakh is one of the coldest inhabited places on earth during the winter months of November to March with temperatures hovering around -20 degree centigrade even in the day time. Trekking through this snow land requires braving not only the brain chilling cold but also walking on tricky ice and snow sheets, wading six inches deep through ice cold water as well as climbing steep and slippery mountain rock among other hazards. None of this is easy but worth trekking for the sheer joy of witnessing the beauty of the mystical Himalayas enveloped in a blanket of snow. Winter trekking in Ladakh is neither for the faint hearted nor for the ill prepared. While it requires courage to traverse through frozen lakes and snow covered mountain slopes, it also requires an equal if not greater measure of preparation to make the journey an adventure to remember. While one part of the preparation involves preparing your body and mind for the hard journey, the other part involves ensuring you are sufficiently equipped to battle the chilly winter weather.
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