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Story by Balaaditya Malik

 Rated : 5.0

The place looked like an exact replica of the spot which you often see in the movies. I have been to beaches and wild life parks but this was a completely different experience. I know it might sound boring but the experience is worth enjoying at least once in a lifetime.

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Story by Vasudha Rana

 Rated : 5.0

This deserted cold flat land gave me and my family an awesome experience. We did the trekking. Did a lot of photo shoots and also watched the serenity surrounding us. The night spent at the tent was a great experience and even the foods were great. This really for us was a trip of discovering our true selves. If you want to rediscover yourself and spend some quality time with your family then please do visit this and i can assure you that the deserted cold plateau will surely just snatch your breath away. The communication yet is not that much great but nevertheless we are surely going back there again and again. Do visit it.

Story by Chandraketu Trivedi

 Rated : 4.0

We just loved the trek. This place is very good for a friends trip in the summer time. The natural beauty surrounding the place is just out of the world. We did a lot of fun activities and photo shoots. Yes the accommodation facility is yet to be increased but anyway this was worth doing and visiting. If you are afraid of trekking then you can also pass your time by just watching your surroundings, the plateau and of course the beautiful people of this place and also the monasteries.

Story by Kamala Deshpande

 Rated : 4.0

This trip in a single word was “Incredible”, worth it in aspect of everything. It allows one to experience many varying landscapes. Imagine a green valley, remote valleys and few steep climbs. This is surely enough to give you an adrenaline rush. I truly enjoyed the trek a lot with all the locals being extremely helpful and even our guide was awesome.

Story by Vasundhara Sinha

 Rated : 4.0

The Hemis to Tsomoriri Trek was a thrilling one, i had a great experience

Story by Rukhmani Adiga

 Rated : 4.0

This amazing trek will allow you to observe the various landscapes of Ladakh. Along the way we were very much lucky to observe the serenity of the green pastures, remote valleys and a few steep climbs away. We with our family also walked up to the Yak herds and very much enjoyed the company of the ever smiling nomads.

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Story by Akula Guha

 Rated : 4.0

We did this tour together as a family but did the trek also. The trek really was a challenging one and the scenic beauty was just astonishing. We visited the monuments, observed the native people and our guide was also very friendly. Even in that kind of altitude and obscure region the facilities provided are great. Do this trip as a family and spend some quality time with your family in the lap of the nature.

Story by Draupadi Khanna

 Rated : 4.0

This trek from the viewpoint of a trekker is okay. The trek is somehow challenging but the natural beauty of the surroundings is great. Don’t forget to bring your DSLR with you. And yes of course take a guide and permit and a tent also. But they do have some hotels nearby. The main focus is about the monasteries, life style of the native Nomadic people and some lakes that are situated at such high altitude. Not a very challenging trek it is but you might consider visiting it if you want to enjoy the beauty of the nature.

Story by Pushti Nambeesan

 Rated : 3.0

The plan to visit Ladakh was a sudden idea that was offered to me when we were staying at Srinagar. And I think this trip was somehow worth it. Though the drive up to Ladakh was a very tedious one, but so we could start the Trek from the next day. The native people are extremely hospitable and ever always smiling and the accommodation in tends, which are available is of enough competence.The trip was average with the monasteries changing huge and all those classic Ladakh scenarios. Though we were lucky enough to get a view of some very rare spices of birds like Back Necked Crane, and Reddy Shelduck. I will suggest that if you are a simple nature loving person then you might consider going for this Trek.

Story by Atmananda Bharadwaj

 Rated : 3.0

I sometimes prefer to trek alone. The fact that this trek from Tsomoriri Lake to the Henis monastery is a lovely trek, surrounded with changing views, mind-blowing passes, old monasteries m and also amazing for you to take a break from your daily schedule. And enjoy the serenity and calmness. This place is also great for that entire photographer friend out there to take some really good pictures. I strongly recommend you to avail this trek.

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Story by Anwesha Pilla

 Rated : 3.0

The trek was fine but we faced difficulty due to sudden rain. It was in the month of October. Our guide advised us to leave the rest of the trek so unfortunately we could not reach the top of the view point. Disappointedly we came back but the surroundings of us left in me an over lasting impact. Just imagine white snow, green grass, harsh desert, lake and greenery all together in one place. The camping night was great. But am surely going back there in any other season than that. The boulders sometimes tend to fall so you always must stay with your guide and adhere to what is rest. Rest everything is fine.