The Chadar Trek or the Zanskar Gorge is a winter trail in the Zanskar area of Ladakh, in the Indian province of Jammu and Kashmir. Generally the main methods for movement in the zone during the unforgiving winter months, the trail has turned out to be prominent with universal experience sightseers.
its dividers are close to vertical bluffs up to 600 m high and the Zanskar River (a tributary of the Indus) is just 5 meters (16 ft) in spots
The general separation is roughly 105 kilometers (65 mi) – a normal trekker strolls 16 kilometers (10 mi) every day.
The best time to do the Chadar trek is January to February when the temperature during the winters drops in some cases to – 30 to – 35 degrees
Chadar trek begins from Chilling anyway with time the coordinators will in general drive ahead to around 1 km away from the main camp at Tilad Sumdo (10,390 ft ). Throughout the following days the trek moves to higher camps till Nerak (11,150 ft) . This is the arrival purpose of the popular trek. There are different varieties of the trek which go till Lingshed while a greater rendition will take you to Padum over right around 14 days.
A street is under development to keep up all year availability among Leh and Zanskar and is relied upon to finish in a few years. Local people have been requesting this street for quite a while and will make their life much simpler, particularly to answer health related crises during winter. The street development has irritated the nearby natural life, essentially the snow panther. It used to be its prime region for the snow panthers in the winter, however now they stay up higher in the valley
Video clippings of Chadar trek done in 2014