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Frequently Asked Questions about Ladakh

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Why what when how who where When I was going to Srinagar this month (March 2004), I found information on travel to Kashmir to be very scarce. Opinions on how safe it was to go there were divided....

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Hope many of you find this to be useful. I spent a week in the Srinagar valley in June 2007 and also managed to make few side trips of the surroundings. Special thanks to friend Gary Wong (fellow...

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Thread: Ladakh travel partners needed from the forum India Travel Partners

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A post on Jul 2nd, 2018 02:09 by Karthik7865

Dear Travellers, We are a Mid-age couple seeking travel partners for our ladakh trip in Sept. we wish to attend the ladakh festival on 25th sept. We are pure VEG. We wish to stay in Homestays/ Guest...

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Thread: Parang la equipment needed? from the forum Ladakh & Zanskar

- Last post: Aug 17th, 2018 19:25

A post on Jun 17th, 2005 15:23 by gobbledegeek

Hello I will be crossing parang la from kibber to tso morriri late july. Will I need crampons, rope etc? I hear the north side descent requires rope.... Can I hitch hike from korzok to Leh ? Is there...

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Thread: Peak climbing in Ladakh in Aug from the forum Trekking and Mountaineering in India

- Last post: Aug 17th, 2018 17:16

A post on May 7th, 2018 17:30 by adventurefreak

Hi All, I'm planning to climb a 6k mtr peak in ladakh region this August. I've shortlisted Chamser / Mentok / Lungser (Kangri), KY2 and Dzo Jongo. I had attempted winter ascent of Stok kangri last...

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Thread: independent guides in leh from the forum Trekking and Mountaineering in India

- Last post: Aug 15th, 2018 20:11

A post on Apr 17th, 2018 22:20 by ramesha

hello, we - a group of three - are planning to do a likir to chilling trek in july. as you would know, leh-ladakh appears to be exhausted by formalised trek companies. and their rates are really...

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Thread: Old travel experiences to Uttaranchal and Kashmir from the forum Trekking Photologues

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A post on May 28th, 2012 12:55 by narayanvee

:)I had been travelling to many places in Uttaranchal and other places, starting my journey in 1973.I wonder whether anybody will be interseted to hear about that.I have already posted this in another...

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Post: from the thread Parang la equipment needed?

- Posted on: Aug 17th, 2018 19:25

A post on Aug 17th, 2018 19:25 by bala.habibi

Left side is much better but you need to cross over as soon as your reach the rocky patch before the snout...I took the right side when I was solo and regretted my decision the next day :)

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Post: Imported apples displacing himachal and Kashmir apples? from the thread A list of things in India which are disappearing:

- Posted on: Aug 11th, 2018 05:01

A post on Aug 11th, 2018 05:01 by Boston123

In the recent tariff battle unfolding in Washington, D.C., I learnt that India was the 3rd largest market for apples grown in New York State, Washington state.. Right after Mexico and Canada . A TV...

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Post: from the thread Help on Ladakh trip

- Posted on: Aug 10th, 2018 13:36

A post on Aug 10th, 2018 13:36 by matrixmachine

your are very right in " I am pretty certain that if it was a girl writing this query, all the 100 who have viewed the post would have provided all the inputs possible. " :)) though I can't suggest or...

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Post: from the thread Help on Ladakh trip

- Posted on: Aug 10th, 2018 13:21

A post on Aug 10th, 2018 13:21 by prince_ell

This is quite ironic. No reply at all, am sure almost everyone from here would have gone to Ladakh at lease once. But no one is interested in giving out any comments at all. It wasn't like this...

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Post: from the thread Jammu to Sringar by Road or Air

- Posted on: Aug 10th, 2018 00:42

A post on Aug 10th, 2018 00:42 by indusboy

Has anybody taken bus from Jammu to Srinagar in the morning? Does one buy ticket on bus or from the counter? Last I went to bus station,it appeared messy and disorderly. But I want to take bus to...

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Stayed in June, very nice a review for Chicago Houseboats Srinagar

A review on Jun 23, 2011 by Matthew Morris

Honest family, no hassles Shower pipe is too small This was a great place to stay, the family are honest, so you don't get mucked about, and no surprise charges at the end. Houseboat is clean and...

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great ambience,great location costly food. i found this hotel great when i stayed thee briefly for a day.the garden is amazing.the views are also good.food is costly as its remote.lunch/dinnner-150. ...

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a great hideaway a review for Himalaya House Pahalgam

A review on May 31, 2008 by monika b

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