The Markha Valley is named after a tributary of the Zanskar that streams some place between the Stok and Zanskar mountain ranges. Albeit extremely remote, it is maybe the most well known trekking trail in Ladakh, in spite of the genuine difficulties that it offers. The trek is, consequently, not implied for the individuals who are looking to have a sweet time in the slopes, with all the extravagances of urban presence a couple of hours away. This trek is a genuine quest for the stark excellence of Ladakh and the perspectives make up for all the hardships that one bears while outdoors along this high elevation frosty desert.
The trail passes through the radiant Hemis National Park and those with a sharp eye are prone to detect the blue sheep and the ibex. Intersection streams and waterways in addition to trekking for extended periods in this chilly forsake is an encounter that few can deny an extraordinary place in their memories. As you cross the Kanda La (4870 m), move through canyons and cut crosswise over grain and mustard fields, the otherworldly appeal of remote Ladakhi towns on the course entices you to enjoy a reprieve from the crazy show that we call city life. Climbing further over high elevation pastures, helping one to remember desert springs in a desert, you achieve the most astounding purpose of the trek (5200 m), from where inconceivable perspectives of the Karakoram and the Himalayas abandon you hypnotized. A couple of days after the fact the trek closes at the magnificent Hemis cloister, with its warm somberness inviting you once more to a gentler and well known world.