The Indian Himalaya spans a vast arc stretching almost the entirety of India’s northern border with Tibet both east and west of Nepal. While Nepal may boast many of the highest peaks in the world, India’s Himalayan regions can justly lay claim to mountain scenery every bit as beautiful, alluring and mystical.

Guru Rimpoche festival at Hemis Gompa, Ladakh

We trek in 3 contrasting regions: Sikkim/West Bengal in the east of the range, where we offer the stunning Singalila Ridge walk and the eastern approach to the world’s third highest mountain, Kangchenjunga; the dazzling alpine valleys and glaciers east of Nanda Devi in the central Himalaya and remote, rugged Ladakh, nestled behind the Himalayan range to the far west which offers superb trekking during the summer months in typically Tibetan Buddhist surroundings.

Treks in India