Maps on Himalayan Trekking Routes

The Himalaya has attracted geologists, geographer and lovers of nature. They have a strange fascination for artists, poets, photographers and mystics. They are a paradise for trekkers and mountaineers and are the cradle of thousands of rivers, streams and glaciers.

The Himalaya extends over 2500 km in east-west and between 250 km and 425 km in north-south direction. The most extraordinary thing about the Himalaya is the way they have been formed in three parallel ranges, known as; The Great Himalaya, the Lesser or Central Himalaya and the Outer or Siwalik Himalaya. Commencing at Nanga Parbat in the north-west, these ranges pass through Pakistan, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Garhwal, Kumaon, Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh.

We presents Leomann Maps of these areas on 10 sheets with short description on trekking routes, peaks and physical topography

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Sheet 1: JAMMU & KASHMIR
Srinagar, Kolohoi Glacier & Kishtwar area

Sheet 2: JAMMU & KASHMIR
Kargil, Zanskar & Nun- Kun area

Sheet 3: JAMMU & KASHMIR
Nubra Valley, Leh, Markha, & Zanskar area

Sheet 4: HIMACHAL PARDESH
Chamba, Dhauladhar Passes, Pangi Valley and Western Lahul

Sheet 5: HIMACHAL PARDESH
Kullu Valley, Parbati Valley & Central Lahaul

Sheet 6: HIMACHAL PARDESH
Kalpa - Kinnaur, Spiti & Shimla area

Sheet 7: UTTARANCHAL (Garhwal)
Gangotri, Har Ki Dun & Mussourie area

Sheet 8: UTTARANCHAL (Kumaon)
Pindari Glacier, Badrinath & Nanda Devi area

Sheet 9: JAMMU & KASHMIR / CHINA
Rupshu, Tso Moriri, Pangong Tso



Sheet 1: NEPAL HIMALAYA MAPS
Mansarovar, West Nepal, Api-Nampa, Seti river (Tibet)
East Kumaon, Panch Chuli, Darma/ Dhauli valley (India)



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