Besides the beautiful oasis of the Indus valley littered with monasteries, Ladakh is filled with valleys from another time, which can be reached only through hiking trails. The deep valleys of Zanskar are topped with snow-capped peaks, the broad valleys of Changtang are home to many nomads and their herds of goats and yaks, Sham is famous for its exquisite architecture and the Nubra valley, a former branch of the famous Silk Road, for its sand dunes and Bactrian camels. Ladakh is one of the last refuges of Tibetan culture on free land. It is one these regions where one feels between earth and sky. A promise for an unforgettable journey.