Trans Himalayas

North of the first ridge of the himalaya is a high desert region, similar to the Tibetan plateau. This area encompasses the arid valleys of Mustang, Manang, Humla & Dolpa, as well as the Tibetan marginal, a smaller range of peaks averaging less than 6000 m. The moisture-laden rains of the monsoon drop all their rain on the south side of the mountains, leaving the Trans-Himalaya in permanent rain shadow.

25 Days
The mystique of remote Inner Dolpo, closed to foreigners for decades and still culturally Tibetan, has been enhanced by Matthiessen's…
19 Days
This trek is designed to fit in with the 'Lost Worlds of Manaslu & Nar Phu'. We meet the longer…
From US $1989 Per Person | 13 Days
"Mustang" A forbidden Kingdom until late 90. Its an ancient Kigdom tucked away along the deepest river gorge in the…
8 Days
This is a rather short and not too difficult hike. Leaving from Kathmandu, it’s a 7 day trip, but it…
From US $4500 | 23 days
Our once-in-a-lifetime journey to Kailash begins in the fabled district of Humla, located in the remote far western corner of…
8 Days
Major Attractions: Nyinba Valley consisting of four villages inhabited by Bhotia community; unique village structure resembling Buddhist Mandala; Mt Shelmogang…
18 days
This trek starts from Simikot which is situated at an elevation of 2910 meters and climbs up to Nyalu La…
14 days
Welcome to real opportunity for both a personal challenge and to support communities in need. This ‘Trek with a Purpose’…