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  • Established in 1981, to protect the decreasing population of wildlife, Hemis National Park is called the Snow Leopard Capital of India and is named after the famous monastery of Ladakh Hemis Gompa. This Park is situated at an altitudinal range of 3,300 to 6,000 meter and is the largest high attitude protected reserve of India. Indus River flows on the northern periphery, and the Park covers much of the catchments of the lower Zanskar valley. The catchments area is of Markha, Sumdah and Rumbak, and parts of the Zanskar Range.

    The Hemis National Park offers nature lovers a varied landscape, the mountains of various shapes and sizes, vast flatlands, cold deserts, and more. The mostly barren habitat supports an amazing variety of Indian Wildlife, including some of the rarest and endangered species. There are around 11 species of fauna, and 30 species of avifauna found in the park. The area is thinly covered and is rocky. The biome of the park consists of dry Himalayan subtropical pine forests; Western Himalayan alpine shrub and meadows; and Himalayan Alpine tundra.

    Area: 600 sq. km

    Best time to Visit:
    May To October

    Location: In the state of Jammu & Kashmir (J&K), the park is located in the eastern region of Ladakh, and is 30 km away from Leh. 
  • 01Flora

    Hemis National Park is a place bursting with a variety of exotic floral species. Its high-altitude location in addition to its seclusion and its area makes it possible for many plant species to thrive there. A walk through Hemis National Park will reveal to you a vast range of plants which need different types of conditions to flourish.

    Hence, the lower reaches of the national park have plant species that do not need a lot of moisture to thrive including juniper, dry birch, and fir. The upper mountain slopes of the national park boast of greater precipitation in the air, and as a result, alpine forestation like Anemone, Gentiana, Thallctrwn, Lloydia, Veronica, Delphinium, and Kobresia can be seen there.
  • 02Fauna

    A place which is so rich in forestation is sure to provide shelter to a variety of animal species. The high-altitude location makes it an ideal home for many animals who seek cooler temperatures. Apart from species like the Great Tibetan Sheep, Bharal (Blue Sheep), Shapu (Ladakhi Urial), and other livestock, you will also come across endangered species like Tibetan wolf, the Eurasian brown bear, and the red fox. Hemis National Park is also a special national park because it gives a home to two animal species which are not to be seen anywhere else in the country- the Shapu sheep and the Snow Leopards.

    There are approximately 200 snow leopards living on the premises of the national park Birds aplenty also inhabit the forests inside the park and you can easily sight mighty birds like the golden eagle, the lammergeyer vulture, and the Himalayan griffon vulture, apart from streaked rosefinch, black-winged snow finch, robin accentor, Tickell's leaf warbler and others.
  • 03Things to Carry

    Hemis National Park is open to visitors all year round and people might pay visits to it depending upon the features that attract them. For example, if you wish to see Hemis National Park in its flourishing glory, summer is the best time to visit it while if you wish to sight the snow leopard, winter is the time to do so. Depending on your visiting season, the things you should carry may vary. But some essentials that are necessary to the Hemis National park trip are:

    - Good pair of walking shoes

    - Warm jackets

    - Walking stick

    - Water

    - First Aid Kit which contains medicines for fever and high-altitude sickness

    - UV sunglasses

    - Energy providing snacks and beverages

    - Portable charger

    - Camera

    - Loose money

  • Other Major Attractions of Ladakh

  • 04Pangong Lake

    Pangong Lake, also known as Pangong Tso, is one of the most spellbinding lakes in Ladakh. It is a glacial lake approximately 150 kilometres long, part of which lies in India and part of China. Only 5 hours of driving distance from Leh, this lake is an absolute must-visit in Ladakh.

    Pangong Tso is nestled amidst the mountains at a height of 4350 metres but nevertheless stays in a liquid state year round owing to its saline content. Pangong Tso is a fairytale destination with its colour changing waters and its deep peace set against a magnificent backdrop of white mountains and blue skies.

    It is when you visit Pangong Tso that you realize how beautiful and powerful nature’s creativity can be, and complete reverence is the natural response to this realization. Pangong Tso is also known for camping and star gazing. Visiting the Pangong Lake is an activity that you absolutely must undertake when in Ladakh.
  • 05Khardung La Pass

    Khardung La, one of the most renowned passes in India, is a high-altitude motorable pass in Ladakh. According to the locals, it is the highest motorable pass in India though opinion is divided on the matter.  But no matter its rank, Khardung La is a majestic pass in Ladakh and experiencing it is a veritable blessing.

    The sheer exhilaration that visiting this pass brings is worth the effort of reaching it and views visible from here because of the high altitude (scaling almost 18,500 feet) are awe-inspiring. It is always blowing here and the winds are sharp, cold, and paradoxically energising.

    And since there is no better way to enjoy the cold in Ladakh by pairing it with a warm beverage, an army canteen near the pass provides tourists with the chance to enjoy a nice hot cup of tea and some snacks as they gaze endlessly upon the view.
  • 06Tso Moriri Lake

    Tso Moriri is a pretty lake in Ladakh which falls on the Ladakhi end of the Changthang Plateau and is fed by the trickling streams and melting snows of neighbouring mountains. Located approximately 250 kilometres away from Leh, it takes a drive of 8 to 10 hours to reach here. But once you are finally near Tso Moriri, you realize that all your efforts have paid off.

    The simplicity of the lake is its greatest charm- its still waters are undisturbed by the commotion and the towering mountains are reflected picturesquely in its shimmering surface. Tso Moriri is heart-rending in its beauty, and it is hard not to admire the designs of nature when you are standing on the shores of this lake. There are various camps around Tso Moriri which will give you a lifetime remembering experience once you stay there.
  • 07Nubra Valley

    When in Ladakh you absolutely plan on paying a visit to the iconic Nubra Valley. Nubra Valley is a vast landscape full of fantastic tourist attractions. As a tourist, you have a chance to enjoy the camel safaris in the sand dunes of Hunder and jeep safaris through Diskit. With camel safari, you can also go for camping in Nubra Valley and enjoy the beauty of this place.

    Paying visits to the local villages of Hunder, Turtuk and Diskit, and to the monasteries is also a great idea. You can also choose to engage in a camel safari in Ladakh at Nubra Valley or even undertake a week-long trek around it.  There are many wonderful options to be enjoyed in the environs of Nubra Valley and hiring a local guide who can guide you to the best spots is a great idea.
  • 08Shanti Stupa

    Shanti Stupa in Leh is a landmark site in the city and is an example of the Buddhist influence in the region. It is a white-domed chorten which stands tall on a hill in Leh and can be seen from a great distance. The stupa is famous for the relics of Buddha that are preserved at its base and which were enshrined there by the 14th Dalai Lama.

    The height at which the stupa stands also makes it a great viewing spot since the city of Leh and the neighbouring mountain peaks can be seen in all their beauty from here. This stupa is a cultural landmark of the city and visiting it is a must-do activity in Leh.
  • 09Alchi Monastery

    There are many monasteries in Ladakh and Alchi Monastery is one of the oldest. An ancient Buddhist monastery complex in Ladakh which is home to many chortens and temples, Alchi Monastery includes three major shrines that are important to Buddhism- the Dukhang (Assembly hall), the Sum Tsek and the Temple of Manjushri.

    These shrines harken back to the 12th century and are considered to be of great significance in the region. Additionally, there are also several wall paintings which decorate the monuments of the monastery and reflect both Buddhist and Hindu ideals. Wooden artefacts are also an important part of the monastery’s artistic output.

    Alchi Monastery is simply a monastery, it is also a monument to Ladakh’s past and as such plays an important role in the region. Its location on the banks of the Indus river only adds to the depth of the experience of visiting the monastery.
  • 10Royal Leh Palace

    The Royal Leh Palace is a 17th-century palace which stands to overlook the town of Leh. It is an important landmark in the city despite its dilapidated state. The location of the palace atop a hill makes it a wonderful place to look out upon a panoramic view made up of the Leh town with the Stok Kangri trek and Ladakh mountain ranges in the background.

    Though the condition of the palace has deteriorated over the years, it is nevertheless an important landmark and tourist attraction in Ladakh. It houses a museum with artefacts dating back almost 450 years, and this museum is the chief attraction of the place. Visiting this museum is a great way to get some valuable insight into the history and culture of Ladakh. The palace complex is also a wonderful example of medieval Tibetan architecture and mirrors the Lhasa Palace in Tibet.
  • 11Diskit Monastery

    Diskit Monastery is one of the places you cannot miss visiting in Ladakh. There are many ancient monasteries in Ladakh, but this one tops all of them. Located in Nubra Valley, this monastery is the oldest and the largest monastery in the Ladakh region.

    A majestic 100-foot statue of the Maitreya Buddha sits proudly at the entrance of the monastery and makes an imposing picture as you approach the monastery. A number of other shrines and temples are also located inside the monastery. Located on the plains above the Shylock River, visiting this monastery makes for a wonderful photogenic outing.

    The monastery hosts a “Festival of the Scapegoat" during February- a festival which reflects the spirit of the culture of Ladakh. It is an enjoyable festival but is not well attended because of the snow blocking the valley from other regions.
  • 12Hall of Fame

    Ladakh has seen numerous wars take place between India and Pakistan, and numerous soldiers have laid down their lives for the country fighting on its mountains. In order to honour the memory of these brave soldiers, the Indian army constructed the Hall of Fame in Leh. 

    This is a museum dedicated to celebrating the courage of these war heroes and ensuring that their legacies do not die. There are two floors in the museum- the first floor features the lives of the soldiers and the second floor consists of a hall which contains several artefacts from the Indo-Pak wars, especially from the Kargil war of 1999. 

    A souvenir shop is also a part of the museum. Since it is located right next to the Leh airfield, visiting the Hall of Fame is an easy matter and can be accomplished whenever you have a couple of free hours in Leh.


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Wildlife in Ladakh



Pangong Lake

Rather, the most sought after tourist destination is Pangong Tso in Ladakh region. It is the highest among the high altitude lakes in India which is filled with saline water but provides some awe-struck moments to the visitors with the unbelievable phenomenon of changing colours quite a number of times a day.

The reflections of the towering Himalayan peaks in the water add more charm to the lake. Currently, Pangong Tso is the favorite location for tourists as the banks of the lake give soothing bed to relax and the nearby places are enhanced by the beauty of this particular lake. The quiet lake is 134 km in length and 5 km in width is situated at an altitude of 14270 meters. But the major share of the lake lies in the area of China. Now, its recognition is spread everywhere in the world because it is termed as a wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Convention.

The highly saline water does not accommodate any water species not even micro-organisms. But the banks of the lake give space for several birds and animals very rarely seen in the other parts of India. It is an important breeding ground for many migratory birds as well.

Height: The lake is located at an altitude of 4250 meters above the sea level.

Location: Pangong Tso is easily accessible as it can be reached after a five hour drive from Leh and the travel would be on a rough and dramatic mountain road. You will cross the villages of Shey and Gya during the tour and go through Chang La as well.

Best time to visit: The months from May to September are the ideal time to visit the lake as the other seasons may cause challenges due to the heavy snowfall.


Nubra Valley

Something divine makes Nubra Valley close to heart and it is not an exaggeration but a fact that experienced and shared by the countless tourists visited the paradisiacal location in Jammu and Kashmir. Without touching the spectacular roads of Nubra Valley, a Ladakh tour will not be complete. The tri armed valley has Diskit Village as its capital. Ldumra, a magnificent name is the original name of the valley as the local scholars insist. Ldumra means Valley of Flowers. The large valley is formed after the merging of Shyok River with Nubra or Siachen River causing the separation of the Ladakh and the Karakoram Ranges. The valley is located 10000 feet that is 3048 meters above mean sea level and those who cross the Khardung La Pass can easily come to Nubra Valley from Leh.

Except the river beds, every other place in the valley shows scant vegetation and low precipitation levels. Most of the villages in the valley are occupied by Nubra skat speakers and in the villages, one can find lush greenery and farming which happen through the regular irrigation. Diskit is the place where native people are seen in abundance and Diskit Monastery is the entre of attraction as well. The Shyok River flowing on one side of Diskit has a captivating effect on the visitors. Nubra Valley unwinds a lot of surprising sights when you visit it and an unbelievable fact is that the valley was open to the public till Hunder until 2010. Beyond Hunder, it was the greener region in the lower altitude where the Turtuk village exists. Till 2010, the Government did not allow tourists to mesmerize themselves in the magnificent beauty of Turtuk where numerous apricot trees and other vegetation along with the tribal community were preserved as a virgin.

Height: 3048 meters above the sea level

Location: The paradisiacal Nubra Valley is located at a distance of 140 km from Leh and the main road access to the valley is through Khardung La pass where you have to show the photocopies of your travel permit to the soldiers camping.

Best time to visit: The months from June to September is the perfect period to visit Nubra Valley


Khardung La

Controversies regarding the proclamation that Khardung La is the highest motorable pass in the world is not yet diminished but Ladakh travelers still believe that it is the highest and most adventurous pass in the world. Despite the controversies, Khardung La keeps on attracting hundreds of adventure seekers every year, be it bikers, trekkers or visitors. Nestled amidst the most reverberating surrounding, the ‘Pass of Lower Castle’ is located at an altitude of 17582 feet. Near to the pass, the collection of awesome valleys will lure you and along with the natural extravaganzas, the Tibetan prayer flags are an additional charm.

The pass was constructed in the year of 1976 and later in 1988, it was opened to public and from then on, the pass was inviting uncountable bikers, trekkers and tourists. It is maintained by the Border roads Organization as the pass is highly significant and important to India because it was once used to carry supplies to the Siachen Glacier. Recently, Khardung La became the hot potato of the town with a happy news that a ten member team of visually impaired people is going to conquer the pass through cycling in 2017.

Height: Khardung La is located at an altitude of 5359 meters. But there is an incorrect proclamation on the signboards appear here saying that the height of the pass is 18379 feet.

Location: The highest motorable pass in Ladakh is lying about 39 kms away from Leh. By road, one can reach the pass. The first 24 kms of the road are paved and from there to the North Pullu check post, the 15 kms of the road are filled with loose rock, dirt and occasional rivulets formed after the melting of snow.

Best time to visit: The season between May to October is the best time to visit Khardung La.


Tso Moriri Lake

It won’t be exceeding at all how much you describe the beauty of Tso Moriri in Ladakh, a highly protected lake in Changthang Region and a significant portion of Tso Moriri Wetland Conservation Reserve.  It is the largest of all high altitude lakes in India especially in Ladakh and is located at an altitude of 4522 meters above the sea level. The length comes to 26 km north to south and 3 to 5 km is the width and the water is wholly brackish. 

The water to feed the lake comes from the springs and melted snow from the nearby mountains. There are two major stream systems to lead the water to the lake. One in the north part of the lake and the other comes in the southwest part. Huge, extensive marshes are seen at both the entrances of the lake. Rupshu Valley, a breathtaking area is the guardian of Tso Moriri along with an array of the lofty Himalayan Mountains in the surrounding.

The number of people come to witness the beauty of this splendid lake is lesser when compared to that of Pangong Lake. It is because of the secluded location of the lake. Hence, it is a favorite home town for many migratory birds. They come to breed here especially birds like great- crested grebe, the brown-headed gull and the Brahmin duck. The rare Himalayan hares are also abundantly seen near the lake. Thus, the declaration of the lake as a reserved area is a right option to protect these species from extinction. Less human interference would keep their lives strong.

Height: The lake is situated at an altitude of 4522 meters.

Location: You can reach Tso Moriri via road from Leh. It is 150 kms away from Leh Airport. Kalka Railway station is the nearest one to the lake. You will get buses and taxis from the station as well.

Best time to visit: May, June, July and August are the peak season when tourists come to Tso Moriri in large numbers and other months will be filled with snow and have extreme cold conditions.


Shanti Stupa

The white dome of Shanti Stupa is clearly visible from a far distance when you are on a tour of Leh. Peace Pagoda got its name like that because of many reasons mainly the silence persists in and around the pagoda always. This Buddhist prayer center is the most beloved attraction in Jammu and Kashmir. At a height of 4267 meters, the two storied stupa stands holding its head high and overlooks the bustling Leh town. The uneven mountain terrains in the surrounding gives the pagoda a remarkable shining. It is at a location which is 5 km away from Leh town and one who visits the stupa has to climb five hundred steps. The exotic view of the Himalayan peaks turns the beauty of the stupa also, a peace lover would dedicate his life to have such overjoying moments.


The stupa was constructed by both Japanese and Ladakh Buddhists. The construction was started in 1983, many Buddhists and Indian Government officials have supervised the procedures throughout.

Structure of the stupa

Among the two structures of the pagoda, the first level depicts the central relief of Dharmachakra which has deer on each side and the turning wheel of Dharma also has a golden image of Buddha at the center. The second level displays images which show the birth of Budhha and the death as well. In addition, both the level have smaller images of Buddha meditating. The stupa came into existence in order to spread the word of peace and harmony among people and it came into establishment as a commemoration of the valuable 2500 years of Buddhism.

Location: Any one can reach the stupa via road from Leh, only 5 kms from the town, a walk of fifteen minutes would require.

Timings: 05:00 am to 09:00 pm

Highlights: The sunset and sunrise views from the stupa are inevitably beautiful


Magnetic Hill

Magnetic Hill is still a mystery yet a famed attraction that pulls the adventure lovers on a large scale toward it. A mystifying phenomenon which stunts the science and fiction together and exists as a magic to the normal people visiting here. Magnetic Hill is a trump card of every Ladakh tour because of the awe-struck moments it would promise the travelers. There is a sign board placed which says that the hill defies gravity completely and inviting everyone to experience the magical phenomenon.

 If you keep your vehicle in neutral at a position marked on the road and wait, you will be surprised to see the vehicle starts moving uphill at 10-20 km per hour. And this is the unexplainable feature of Magnetic Hill that confuses the world of science. It is located on Leh-Kargil-Baltic Highway and on the east, the beautiful Sindhu River is flowing calmly. Near the hill there is a Sikh Gurudwara maintained by the Indian Army. Due to the natural attraction as well as the human architectural brilliance, the hill has gained popularity in a short term. 

Not just the vehicles hitting the road but the aircrafts and helicopters crossing the radius which Magnetic Hill comes in would feel the same magnetic effect. If the aircrafts are going on a slow pace, then it starts jerking while they are in the circumference of the hill. So the only solution to escape from the clutches of this phenomenon is that the crafts should move at a greater speed.

Height: Magnetic Hill is located at an elevation of 14000 feet above the sea level.

Location: To reach the hill, you can hit the Leh-Kargil-Baltic National Highway and it is situated at a distance of just 30 kms from Leh town.

Best time to visit: The best time to visit the Magnetic Hill is from June to October.


Chadar Trek

For some years, adventure seekers all around the world have been talking about Chadar Trek in the Zanskar Region. Until this year, hundreds of people have experienced the thrill hidden and the mind blowing sights around Chadar frozen river. In fact, Chadar Trek is the most sought after and one of the breathtaking treks in the Himalayas. The winter trek is so special for those who are ready to have adventure at the maximum level. 

The river trek starts from Chilling where the river begins to freeze and mostly, travelers choose February as the best time to cross the frozen river as the ice sheets will be comparatively stable. The precarious snow-flakes would pose severe threats during the trek but in some other time, the challenges would be kind to the trekker. The surrounding of the river are completely vertical cliffs tall up to 600 meters. The Zanskar River is a tributary of the Indus and is 5 meters long. 

A trekker would have to cover 16 kms per day to complete the Chadar Trek. Usually, people opt for 10-15 days of trek depending on the climatic conditions persisting here. The temperature at Chadar will come to the lowest at -35 degree Celsius during winter and thus Chadar Trek becomes more intimidating. Approximate trekking distance one would have to cover in total is 75 kms.

Maximum altitude: 11123 feet is the height at which Chadar Trek would lead you to.

Location: To take part in Chadar Trek, one should arrive in Leh and from Leh, the journey starts and goes to Chilling, the beginning of the Zanskar River in the frozen state. From Leh it would take about 65-70 kms to reach Tilad via Chilling, the base camp of the trek.

Best time to visit: January end to February is the best time suitable for trekking in the frozen river of Chadar. Quality and safe trekking gears and highly warm clothes are required.


Hemis Monastery

The biggest monastery in the North India is Hemis Monastery, one of the must visit attractions in Ladakh region. Set on the foothills of Indus, Hemis Monastery has 200 branches and over 1000 monks are staying there. It belongs to the red sect Brokpa of Buddhist order. Here the young Lamas are trained for the royal monasteries at Leh, Shey and Basgo.


Hemis Gompa came into existence 17th century and it was built by Chapgon Gyalshas and from then on the gompa was getting the royal patronage of Ladakh till now. But there is a saying that the monastery was founded by the first incarnation of Stangsang Raspa Nawang Gyatso. After the missing of the head Lama in 1956, a young 12 year old boy from Dalhousie in Himachal Pradesh has been recognized as the head Lama of the gompa.

Structure of the monastery

The biggest monastery in the region has a surprising architecture and the building is quite appreciable. There are a lot of big statues and stupas decorated with stones and also the splendid collection of thankas. The collection of thankas is believed to be the largest and it would be shown to the public once in 11 years.

Location: Hemis Village is located 43 km south of Leh town and it is very easy to reach the monastery by bus or jeep.

Timing: 08:00 am to 01:00 pm and 02:00 pm to 06:00 pm

Entry fee: INR 100

Highlight: Hemis Festival is the prime attraction at the monastery which celebrates the birth anniversary of Guru Rinpoche. The tenth day of the Tibetan lunar month every 12th year is the date of festival.


Markha Valley Trek

Adventure lovers always had an affection to Markha Valley and still it fulfills the dreams of a trekker or adventure seeker with the unrivalled collection of natural spectacle. Long day trekking tours are offered by a lot of tour providers all over India which promise a journey through the most scenic locations and villages. The awesomely exciting feature of this trek is that it will let the trekker cross two high altitude passes in Ladakh; Gandala La at 4980 meters and Kongmaru La at 5276 meters.

 Being one of the diverse treks in Ladakh region, Markha Valley trek offers a lot of adventurous moments throughout. The barren land of Ladakh and the Buddhist temples found throughout the journey make the trek special. The route winds past the Ladakhi villages and it goes to Hemis National Park where the chances to spot some rare wildlife species are comparably high. The nomadic groups of people will be a unique picture to keep in heart. The symbols of Buddhism like ‘chortens’, stupas, multi colored prayer flags and numerous monasteries narrate the story of Buddhist culture embraced Markha centuries ago. Another interesting fact heard about Markha Valley trek is that it is also called ‘tea house trek’ due to the accommodation provided in parachute tents in most of the villages during the tour.

Maximum altitude: 15000 feet is the maximum altitude the trek will cover.

Location: In most of the cases, the trek starts from Leh. The trail usually goes through Chilling, Skyu and then to Markha. From Markha it would take the trekker to reach Hankar and Nimaling and finally return to Leh. The ideal trekking distance is 75 kms and it would be graded as difficult.

Best time to visit: The months of June, July, August, September and October are recommended as the best time to do Markha Valley trek.


Stok Kongri Trek

Stok Kangri, Ladakh is one of the most popular places for high altitude trekking in India. Although the beauty of Ladakh draws in innumerable tourists and trekkers from all over the country and the world, the Stok Kangri trek isn’t really suited for anyone and everyone.

It is advisable that only experienced trekkers set out on this expedition as the climatic and geographical conditions of the place may not suit novice or amateur trekkers. Nonetheless, Stok Kangri is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the country. It is for this reason that the Stok Kangri trek forms an inevitable experience while trekking in India.

The trek begins from Leh, which is noted for its natural beauty as well as the warm and hospitable people. During the first couple of days of the trek, you can move around Leh, go sightseeing and get acclimatized to the weather of the region. These couple of days will prepare you for the trek ahead. You will next be taken to Chang Ma via Stok Village by road.

The journey from Leh to Stok Village takes you to witness the amiable yet fictional setting which includes lush greenery, glistening snow peaks and scenic splendor of the region in this stretch. On reaching Chang Ma, you reach a snow covered region and begin trekking. You will need to climb on for about three hours. From here you will head on to Manokorma, which is at an elevation of 14200 feet.

During the trek, you will be able to view some very beautiful peaks such as the Gulap Kangri, Parcha Kangri, etc. The base camp of the trek is at an elevation of 16, 300 feet. From here, the journey continues till you reach the Stok Kangri. The rewarding scenery from the top is what draws trekkers from all over the world to high altitude trekking in India. The trek back to Leh is a bit arduous and you may need to be careful while climbing down the mountainous terrain.

Best Season: June - October

Difficulty Level: Medium

Max. Elevation: 5000 m

Number of Days: Maximum 10 days of trek can be done here

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