Chadar Trek

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    • 2500 (Double Sharing)
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    • 2500 (Bag Portage)


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      55 km

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      Experienced Trekkers

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    Chadar Trek is well known for being a unique winter journey through Ladakh. It can be termed “Khado Sanglam” by Zanskari vocabulary. It travels through the actual route (Dakini Path) which the people of valley use as the last resort to connect to the outside world when there is no link for several weeks at this time of year because of heavy snowfall.

    “Chadar” is a common Indian word that means “sheet” and is used to refer here to the sheets of ice formed over the Zanskar river on which we also trek along our route. This specific trek is considered as one of the most amazing one in India due to its unique trekking experience. Chadar frozen river trek offers you some of the most breath-taking sights, ice-peaks along with unforeseen landscapes that are bound to stay in memories forever. The Chadar formations, frozen waterfalls and the whole landscape is different each year.

    Chadar Trek is a valley trek and hence doesn’t take much toll on your legs but the difficult part is the temperature. Day temperatures in Leh and while on trek are sub-zero and usually around -5 degrees. The temperatures during night falls drastically to -25 degrees. The ultimate challenge is to keep yourself focussed in completing the challenge.

    Day one and two are acclimatization and rest at Leh to high altitude and harsh weather. Day three onward we start with remarkable journey through the Ladakhi landscape. We return on day seven evening, rest and cherish the time spend in the remote ‘white’ wild and pack our bags to leave back to our homes on day eight morning.

    A must read –  Story that will give you a glimpse of Seven days alongside the Mighty Zanskar on our blog.



    You need to arrive to Leh on this day (latest). The reporting place is our hotel / guest house in Leh and the address of the same will be provided. You need to come to the place and you will be allotted with your room for the next two nights. You’ll be greeted by our team member and passed on with some quick instructions for the first day. This day is for rest and acclimatization to the altitude and cold temperature.

    Meals Included: None


    This is the second day of acclimatization. This is also important because one needs to mandatory medical check-up at Leh next day. One needs to clear the check-up, failing which one would not be allowed to undertake the trek.

    We will also go to the market for getting our gears ready for the trek and for acclimatization walk.

    Meals Included: None


    Today is the third day of our acclimatization. We will start final preparations for the trek. We will have a detailed briefing about the trek and we would complete our gears before push off tomorrow. We will also need to undergo a MANDATORY medical check-up at Leh hospital.

    *If one is unable to clear the medical check, he / she will not be allowed on trek next day as per the government regulation.

    Meals Included: None


    Today, after breakfast we drive with small brief halt at Nimmu (Sangam), the magnificent confluence of River Zanskar and Indus. We get first glipmse of Chadar from here. We can see the difference that slow flowing Zanskar is frozen and Indus is still flowing much better. We cross Chilling and drive to the roadhead. It may vary depending on snowfall or landslide.

    We gather at the roadhead and start our journey down to the river. Touching the Chadar first time, we start the trek for about 3-4 hrs along the magnificent frozen river Zanskar till Tsomo campsite. Campsite derives its name from an imaginary Zanskari girl. Our trek leader and guide will keep on teaching you about various types of Chadar and different ways to walk on it. Overnight in the camps.

    Meals Included: Lunch onward all meals


    Today is a long day and we start early. The whole walk might take about 7 to 8 hours including lunch break. Today we would cross a narrow but magnificent stretch called Tsomo ka Tutu (Tsomo’s throat), a perpetual non-frozen fall with green moss around called Tsomo ka Nakung (Tsomo’s nose). By cross by multiple frozen waterfalls at distant. We reach Tibb that means under shadow in local dialect. We have our lunch and push further to Yokma Do which is about 3 hours from Tibb. Overnight in camp.

    Meals Included: All Meals


    Again one of the magnificent days on the Chadar trek. The vistas are stunning though as we pass through giant frozen waterfalls, ice cliffs and one may even catch sight of the mountain fox. IN about 3 hours, we reach Neyrak campsite. We have a quick meal and hike up to the Neyrak village. This day is for visit to the beautiful village of Neyrak. We leave Chadar that is going further to Zanskar here and take the bridge over frozen river to cross over to the left and join steep 1.5 – 2 km trail to the village.

    The village has two parts – lower and upper which are situated 500m apart. Both area has DSPT (Satellite phone) from where you can call back home. Charges are around Rs. 8-10 per minute. Village is beautiful but harsh winter lifestyle can be imagined. At the topmost part there is a Gompa. The whole village takes about couple of hours to visit. If we are lucky, we might find a family to serve us hot butter tea with khambir, Ladakhi bread. We come down and camp at Neyrak.


    Meals Included: All Meals


    Though technically it is the same way back, it is also quite different. The Chadar or the blanket of ice that is forming on the River Zanskar is always changing, breaking up and forming itself again. As the Chadar dynamics are ever changing, the same route and place would look and feel different as the texture and conditions change. It is a long day again and we reach Hotong. It is usually an uncrowded site with hardly any groups preferring to stay here and this makes our last day special away from the crowd. Today is the last night on Chadar so we do our traditional parting ceremony here (if not done at Neyrak the last point) and spend good time with whole staff.

    Meals Included: All Meals


    Today we trek from Hotong / Interim Camp to Roadhead. Last day of our amazing trekking experience. We trek from our campsite in Bakula to the road-head. If someone is willing to take a dip in the icy cold waters, it is always the last day as we head back home. Shingra Yokma is a great and safe sight for it. We also have our lunch here before the vehicles come and we drive back to Leh. We stop by at Gurudwara Pathar Sahib and thank everyone for the safe and memorable journey. We celebrate at Leh and spend overnight at Leh.

    Meals Included: Breakfast and Lunch


    Today you can book your return flight to your home from Leh. Alternately, you can plan to extend your holidays and explore Ladakh in winters.

    Meals Included: None

    Departure Dates




     05th JAN to 16th JAN 12-DAY TO LINGSHED FULL Rs. 33,400/-
     06th JAN to 14th JAN 09-DAY TO NEYRAK FULL Rs. 22,900/-
      11th JAN to 19th JAN 09-DAY TO NEYRAK FULL Rs. 22,900/-
     12th JAN to 20th JAN 09-DAY TO NEYRAK FEW SEATS Rs. 22,900/-
     18th JAN to 26th JAN 09-DAY TO NEYRAK FULL Rs. 22,900/-
     19th JAN to 27th JAN 09-DAY TO NEYRAK FULL Rs. 22,900/-
    25th JAN to 02nd FEB 09-DAY TO NEYRAK FULL Rs. 22,900/-
    26th JAN to 03rd FEB 09-DAY TO NEYRAK FEW SEATS Rs. 22,900/-
     31st JAN to 08th FEB 09-DAY TO NEYRAK FEW SEATS Rs. 22,900/-
    06th FEB to 09th FEB 09-DAY TO NEYRAK AVAILABLE Rs. 22,900/-


    Cost Terms



    • Accommodation (Tourist Lodge + Camping) on triple sharing basis.
    • All Meals while on trek (Veg + Eggs). [Lunch on Day 4 to Lunch on Day 8]
    • Trek equipment (Tents, Sleeping Bag, Mattress, Kitchen & dining tent, Toilet Tent, Utensils, Rations, etc.).
    • All necessary wildlife permits and entry fees EXCEPT Environment Fee of approx Rs. 2040.
    • ALTOA Fee.
    • First aid medical kits, oxymeter and oxygen cylinder.
    • Experienced and Professional trek leader, guide and support staff.
    • Transport from Leh to Trek Start Roadhead and back (in group).


    • Airport Transfers in Leh.
    • Any kind of personal expenses.
    • Any Meals during the stay in Leh.
    • Environment Fee of approx. Rs. 2040 to be paid at Leh.
    • Insurance and Rescue fee Rs. 2000 per person to be paid at Leh.
    • Medical Check-up fee Rs. 200 per person to be paid at Leh.
    • Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
    • Anything not specifically mentioned under the head.
    • Any additional permits levied over currently applicable by local authorities.
    • GST Extra (5%)

    Add-On Options:

    Airport Transfers – Rs. 700 per small car for pick-up and Rs. 350 per small car for drop-off.
    Twin Sharing Supplement – Rs. 2,500/- per person.
    Portage – Rs. 2,500/- for whole trek.
    MAP Meal Plan at Leh – Rs. 2,000/- for three nights.

    Cancellation Policy:

    • Cancelled up to 30 Days before trek – 80% of Trek/adventure program cost will be refunded.
    • Between 21 – 30 Days – 50% of Trek/adventure program cost will be refunded.
    • Between 20 – 11 Days – 25% of Trek/adventure program cost will be refunded.
    • Less than 10 Days – No refund.

    *GST paid is non-refundable.
    *Any requests on cancellation will be taken over email and not over the phone.

    Rescheduling Policy:
    • Rescheduled up to 10 Days – 30% of Trek / adventure program cost will be charged.
    • Less than 10 Days – No rescheduling allowed.

    If Chadar Trek is cancelled due to natural calamity

    In case the Chadar Trek gets cancelled cause of natural phenomenon or any other reason beyond our control, we shall arrange for alternative treks like Lamayuru Trek, Zanskar Valley Trek or the Indus River Trek looking at the situation and possibility of the events. If the participant is unwilling to go for the alternative trek, there would be no refund or voucher issued as for Chadar trek, all the services have to be arranged beforehand and cannot be shifted to any other date.

    No show and trek changes / cancellation due to bad weather or natural calamity will be non-refundable. No money shall be refunded in case a person is rescued and brought back to the base camp before the said date. If the travellers need to return before the trip ends, they shall have to bear all the expenses for accommodation and meals at Leh or any other place. The services on the trek are arranged for even if they go unused.

    In Case of Injury / Casuality

    If any trekker feels unwell and has to be brought back to the base camp. All the charges, Including The rescue fees, medication, Ambulance / Transport, Accommodation apart from the scheduled itinerary, Meals or any other medical or Miscellaneous expenses will have to be borne by the trekker. We have one Backup plan by which people unwilling to continue to carry on with the trek can accompany the person heading back to the base camp with the team only once. If in case a second emergency occurs, the complete trek will be terminated and all the participants shall be immediately dropped back to the base camp.

    P.S. We are only liable to offer the services mentioned as per the itinerary and inclusions.

    Unused Services

    We shall not offer or pay any discounts or refunds for missed or unused services which were missed or unused by the client due to no fault of ours, or our representatives, which shall include any termination of the client’s participation in the tour product due to the client’s own fault, negligence or breach of these terms.


    Risk & Adventure go hand-in-hand. There is no adventure that is without risk. In organized adventure, we try to mitigate all the known risks to maximum possible. However, it is important for the adventurer to know about the possible risks and the supporting precautions one must take to have a happy, safe and comfortable journey.

    In trekking, we walk on local trails which itself can be a risk to accident falls, slips and twists, that may lead to minor or major injury. Each trek has its own share of associated risk and gravity of it for which we keep a local guide or technical team, as needed, with the group. Based on the altitude, temperature, terrain, slope, weather and communication network, every trek has varying gravity of risks associated.

    Risks associated with Chadar Trek

    Chadar Trek is an extreme trek considering the lowest temperatures can be around -30°c and you walk on never experienced trail. An advantage that we see on trail is that the gradient is less as we are walking on the river, it means that if one is acclimatized well before trek, height gain is small enough to catch serious sign of AMS. But in reverse, if one faces any problem, it is similarly hard to lower the altitude and moreover, the route currently have no mobile / sat-phone connectivity, the problem can aggravate very quickly. Below are some serious risks that are associated with Chadar Trek.

    • Injury (even leads to fracture often) due to fall on ice
    • AMS, Acute Mountain Sickness
    • Hypothermia
    • Mild Frost Bite
    • In extreme and rare cases, HAPO / HACO (that may lead to death)

    How to Preparation for Chadar Trek / What Precautions to take on Chadar Trek?

    Today, one can easily find on some blogs and social media posts by few that Chadar Trek is an easy trek. The first step to prepare for Chaddar Trek is to understand that it is a serious trek and a difficult one. Moderate – difficult in physical terms and difficult considering the sub-zero temperatures. Chadar Trek throws uncertainty as well, one cannot predict route conditions. Some may find it smooth and may be very challenging for others. The sheet of ice on which we walk is ever-changing. It is always in process of forming and breaking. It is delicate balance and a play of nature that decides its formation, thickness and breakage. Various factors from temperatures, cloud cover, water flow, river gradient, valley width, river depth and probably shape of the valley, work together and form the Chadar in process. If one person had a particular type of experience on the trek, not necessary that another person will have the same or even he himself will have the same if he comes back again!

    Chadar Trek Fitness & Preparation

    • From physical preparations, one needs to be physically fit to undertake this trek. Ideally, he should have sound experience of trekking in Himalayas. On trek, we cover a daily average distance of 10 kms. It may vary from 8 kms to even 14 kms, as required. Moreover, there is a big difference of walking at an altitude of average 3500m, in extreme cold, on a slippery surface, and walking in a park or plains.
    • Foremost thing you need to do to prepare for Chadar Trek is mental preparation that you’ll be facing real cold temperatures. Although, we make sure that proper protection from cold is taken at all times. Mental toughness to challenge oneself is also important.
    • Good Physical fitness and strength is required to trek 5-7 hours daily at high altitudes. We recommend regular jogging and running (minimum 5-6 kms). If you’re new to jogging, you must increase the level gradually.
    • Light exercises and stretching exercises are to be undertaken on a regular basis alongside jogging and running. Neck and shoulder exercises. Do not over-exert in the beginning.
    • Climbing steps / undertaking short hikes with 15 kgs of weight on your back.
    • Cycling and Swimming for around 30–45 minutes daily if you undertake these activities.
    • One cannot prepare for high altitude before reaching that altitude. To acclimatize best, we need to give our body as much time as possible, ideally 2 to 3 days and important keep ourselves hydrated and warm at all times. Instructions will be passed on by our team at Leh and while on trek for the same.
    • Cut down on junk food and take up a healthy diet schedule which is as equally important as exercises in maintaining good fitness.
    • Avoid injuring yourself before the trek.

    Precautions for Chadar Trek

    Our experienced guiding and support team is with the group at all times. They will throughout gauge the risks and communicate on-spot precautions needed. However, there are certain basics that one needs to follow before and on the trek.

    • Acclimatize to the altitude and cold temperatures. One needs to spend 2-3 days at Leh to acclimatize well for the trek.
    • Drink lots and lots of warm water. That’s how the locals do. If you follow this step, trust us, half of your job is done.
    • While on trek, make sure that you keep yourself dry at all times. Our team will brief on some insider tips while on trek.
    • It is important that you bring good quality and temperature-suitable gears. One always needs to keep them warm.
    • Always follow the instructions of our team. Also, it is important to honestly communicate with the support team of any uneasiness or problem.

    *If one has any questions or needs further details, please feel free to contact our team directly.

    Photos & Videos

    Thanks to Rakesh Bishnoi & Dharmesh Vithlani for the videos –

    Equipment & Gears

    Things to Carry for Chadar Trek

    • Backpack (55 – 65 L) with sturdy and comfortable shoulder straps and supporting frame. Add-on poncho can be considered to keep it dry.
    • Rubber Gum Boots x 1 Pair (to be purchased in Leh that costs around Rs. 400 a pair).
    • Trekking shoes. Most people complete major part of the trek in Gum Boots. If you’re not comfortable in Gum Boots, you will need a trekking shoe pair that has good grip, waterproofing and ankle support. However, for ones choosing gum boots, you may bring additional light weight shoes with good grip for emergency / alternate use.
    • 2 x waterproof track-pants. Track-pants are light, plus when things get cold you can wear one over the other. DO NOT bring Jeans, Shorts, Capris, etc.
    • 3 x cotton t-shirts – full sleeves preferred.
    • 1 x Fleece jacket; a woolen sweater would be an alternative.
    • 1 x Wind-proof jacket.
    • 1 x Down / Feather / Heavy jacket.
    • 2 pairs x thermal inner.
    • 3 pairs x sports socks and 3 pairs x woolen socks.
    • Woolen monkey cap / balaclava that covers the ear.
    • 2 pairs x woolen gloves and 1 pair of synthetic gloves (water proof).
    • Sun Cap and Sun-glasses which cover your eyes well.
    • People who wear spectacles, choose one of these:
      Use contact lenses.
      Photo-chromatic glasses
      If either of the above is not possible, wear your spectacles and carry a big sunglass that can be worn over your spectacles.
    • Towel (Thin, quick drying type).
    • Cold cream and sun screen lotion (SPF 40+) and one Lip-balm.
    • 2 x Thermous bottles (1 L each).
    • Torch with extra set of cells (head lamps preferable).
    • Personal toilet kit (minimal) and toilet paper.
    • Although we carry first-aid kit, we recommend you carrying a personal medicine kit. If you are travelling with friends, you can share one amongst 2-3 people. Contents:
      Crocin – 5 tablets
      Avomine – 4 tablets
      Avil 25mg – 4 tablets
      Diamox – 10 tablets
      Brufen 400 – 5 tablets
      Combiflam – 5 tablets
      Disprin – 10 tablets
      Norflox – 10 tablets
      Spasmindon – 10 tablets
      Crepe bandage – 3 to 5 meters
      Band aid – 10 strips
      Digene – 10 tablets
      Gauze cloth – 1 small roll
      Leukoplast – 1 small roll
      Cotton – 1 small roll
      ORS – 5 packets
      Betadine cream
      Moov / similar spray
      Dettol / Savlon.
    • Camera, memory-cards, batteries etc. (carry enough spare batteries. Electricity is not available during trek)
    • Trekking / Hiking Poles (at least one – mandatory)
    • Some trekkers feel loss of energy more than others. While there is adequate food provided on the trek, carry dry fruit combinations as light snacks. Glucon-D can help in instant energy and considered good in AMS as well (not proven).

    While packing, use plastic bags to compartmentalize things and carry few extra plastic bags for wet clothes.


    IMPORTANT: NEVER LEAVE ANY PLASTIC OUT IN THE NATURE. Plastic is only for use. If you’ve spare plastic bag, free hands and some will, we’d recommend you collecting non-biodegradable waste from the trail and bringing back as much as possible. We all can do our bit for the Mother Nature.


    Packing Tip

    • Leave your denims behind – these are ill suited for treks and add weight.
    • Snacks, colas, alcohol and personal food – No need to overburden yourself with food. Plus it is not recommended medically and we do not allow any!
    • Roll-up your clothes. You’ll be surprised how much space you’ll be left with in your bag!
    • Do not carry any disposable plastic bottles (Bisleri etc.), plastic wrapped/packaged items. Do not bring any non-bio degradable material.
    • After packing, weigh your gear. It should be in the range of 7-8 kg – preferably on the lighter side. Anything heavier, you will need to iterate and remove what is not essential.
    • Carry light and what is essential. As an example, toothpaste should be bought in small size (that can last you 15 days). The list of things mentioned here are exactly what you need and nothing more.
    • To protect yourself from cold, dress in layers. Two T-shirts worn one over the other is warmer than a T-shirt that is thick. 3 T-shirts worn one over the other is as good as a full sweater. This is just a guideline. If you are prone to cold carry an extra sweater.
    • The trek dates / itinerary / plan is liable to be changed in case of non-viability or hostile weather conditions.


    Services/Equipment’s provided by us on the Trek:

    • Member Tents and Sleeping Bags.
    • Kitchen set-up and toilet tents.
    • Cooking utensils.
    • Services of professional trek leaders, guides and support staff.
    • Food (Veg. + Eggs) while on trek.
    • Crampons / Spikes, when required.
    • Forest permits.
    • Camping charges.
    • First-Aid Kit and Oxygen Cylinder with our team.
    • Transport from Leh to Leh (as per requirement on trek.)
    • Mules/porters to carry the above-mentioned luggage.
    • Happy Lifetime Memories.


    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is the Number of Staff Members with the Group?

    One trek leader, one guide, one cook & around 15 to 20 helpers and porters, that makes a total staff of around 20 to 25 professionally qualified / locals accompanying 15 to 18 trekkers.

    How we manage emergency situations?

    Our team is aware of high attitude problems and we carry whole first-aid kit and necessary medicines with our backpack. Our team is trained and always present to manage emergency situations. Oxygen cylinder remains with the group in all our treks over 3500 meters altitude.

    Also, team has a right to change the plan in case there is danger involved for the group or whenever the trek leader deem it necessary. Final word of the trek leaders will have to be followed by all the members.

    Is Diamox advisable?

    No, Diamox is not advisable. Best is to naturally acclimatize to the altitude. If you want use so please consult your doctor before use.

    If I am the only girl in trek, so is it safe?

    Yes, our first priority is to provide the safety environment for all trekkers. Girls’ safety and comfort is of foremost importance to us. Even our allocation of tents and rooms is made on the basis of female to male ratio in the group.

    I can’t carry my bag, can anyone carry it for me?

    Yes, you can offload your bag. But you should intimate us at least 15 days in advance, so that we will arrange the portage your your bag accordingly.

    What type of food is served during a trek?

    We always serve vegetarian food during the trek with a choice of eggs sometimes, as per the trek menu. However, on certain trails and private groups, we can add non-vegetarian options on custom basis.

    Should I bring my personal medicines with me?

    Yes, it is always advisable. We only carry basic first aid medicines. Also, where our team helps in emergency situations. In no way, one can replace a physician. If you have been specially prescribed some medicines, please do bring them along.


    6 Reviews

    1. avatar
      Shubham Goyal
      9:12 am - 05/11/2018 / Reply

      We went for the Chadar trek in Jan 2018. That trip was very well planned and executed. The trek leaders Dala bhai and Ravi bhai had a good knowledge about the trek and they helped us in every situation during the trek..It was an amazing experience with Crazy Peaks to complete one of the difficult trek of India Chadar trek. Their services are highly recommended to everyone. Keep it up 👍👍

    2. avatar
      Sagar Suri
      9:16 am - 05/11/2018 / Reply

      Chadar trek is one of the difficult trek, I have done and it is possible because of Crazy Peaks team!! Mr. Visharad Saxena, Mukul Bhatnagar cheers to you guys!! And most important our care takers and guide.
      Thank you!!

    3. avatar
      Pritam Dev
      9:17 am - 05/11/2018 / Reply

      I had done Chaddar Trek with Crazy Peaks and it was awesome experience. Coordination and management was good. Everything was taken care as per planned. Our leader Visharad has good experienced and he guided us very well. Collectively it was great experienced and best thing we had good and testy food in that condition. Thanks you Crazy Peaks!!

    4. avatar
      Dharmesh Vithlani
      9:19 am - 05/11/2018 / Reply

      It cannot get better than the one organized by crazy peaks. Right from the word go, everything was in place. Trek leaders and Guide were thorough professionals. Food was yum and staff were hardworking and energetic. To stay in jovial mood after so much of hard work in subzero temperature is incredible. Hats off to staff and porters.
      I will recommend crazy peaks to friends for sure.
      Cheers. 🙂

    5. avatar
      Prashant Kumar
      9:20 am - 05/11/2018 / Reply

      What I should say may be I am late in giving this review …I don’t have any words to explain but still let me tell you about my experience..so I went with Crazy peaks on Chadar Trek in Jan 2018 and it was one of the best trip I ever experienced in my life till yet..from the organizers to helpers everything was in sync.. Kudos to the organizers Vishard, Abhay and Komal for keeping their word they actually did what they told us before starting of the Trip..And What shall I say about the quality of food…I have been on many treks earlier but unfortunately I never had this much delicious and quality food as I had on this trip..I still miss that Rajma Chawal and chole puri..out of the world..our Guides and supporting staff was so polite and humble that it was hard for us to say goodbye to them when we finished our trip..one of the best Supporting staff I would say…Quality of equipments are very good which is really important when you go on these kind of treks where you have to survive in -30 degree…In the end I would say I lived my life those 7 days and made friends forever..thanks a Ton Crazy peaks see you guys very soon…

    6. avatar
      Mitali Mall
      9:20 am - 05/11/2018 / Reply

      Chadar Trek – Once in a Lifetime Experience!
      While I was super excited about my expedition on the Frozen River Trek, and took care of the smallest of the things while preparing myself for this one, what I did not know was that my body won’t acclimatize to the dipping temperatures and lower the oxygen level to a point where I would put on cylinders in between the trek….
      But, I couldn’t thank enough MUKUL Sir and the Team of Crazy Peaks (You really stand by your name… the crazy bunch that you guys are) for taking care of me throughout the night and the day to ensure that I am safe, my body temperature is maintained and I am safe and sound.
      Words will fall short to express how glad I am to have chosen Crazy Peaks and how touched I am with Mukul Sir’s support and his help!
      Thank You Thank You Thank You!
      Also, Thank You to Visharad, Mishika, Komal for helping us with all the Information for the Trek, being just a call away every time me and my friends called them out for help / assistance!
      Thank you Rajat Sir for introducing to your Crazy Team!
      A take a Bow while Thanking Each One of You…!


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