Hola genteta!!! Ja hem aribat a Leh (Ladak)…

Hubo un momento en que pensamos que quizás seria imposible… Hihihi…

… pues es que los trayectos se eternizaban y las carreteras cada vez parecían estar peor…


… luego…

… luego fue, pasar por el paso de Baralacha La (de 4883 msnm)…


y la carretera milagrosamente mejoró al 100%!!!


Hemos pasado por unos de los parajes más bonitos que hemos visto en nuestros viajes… Y para muestras, colores!!!





Ahora que estamos en la capital, la gente está emocionada con el acontecimiento más espectacular… del mundo!?!?… UNA MARATÓN A MÁS DE 3500 msnm… vamos… Una maratón en mayúsculas!!!

We are pleased to announce that the online registration for the fourth edition of Ladakh Marathon is now open on our website Ladakh MarathonThe race day is Sunday, 13th September 2015. 

The Ladakh Marathon is a unique opportunity for runners from India and around the world to run in the remarkable beauty of a high mountain desert region, once a central stop on the historic Silk Route between Central Asia and India. The various races take place in and around Leh, the historic capital of Ladakh and offers runners stunning vistas of mountains, rivers and valleys and will leave you with lifelong memories and a chance to say you ran Ladakh, the world’s highest marathon.

Race day consists of four races:

  • 07 KM Race: This is the shortest race but you still need be in good physical condition to run at 11,500ft. It is also the most fun and enthusiastic race featuring everybody from school students and tourists jostling for space at the start.
  • Half Marathon: The half marathon takes you through the town of Leh and its outskirts and includes a loop that starts at the Shanti Stupa and goes past the village of Choglamsar.
  • Marathon: The world’s highest marathon begins and ends in Leh but the route takes you through the outskirts and the stunning Leh Valley where the road crosses the Indus River several times.
  • The Khardungla Challenge: This ultra-marathon is a 72km race for the elite runner who wants to push the limits of endurance. It starts in the scenic Khardung village and then goes uphill all the way to the Khardung La (17,618ft) along the world’s highest motorable road past summer yak pastures and stunning views of the East Karakoram mountains of Ladakh. The good thing is that once you reach the pass, it’s all downhill

For more information please contact: Ladakh Marathon, Khagshal, Gonpa Road, Leh, Ladakh – 194101, Jammu and Kashmir, India Email: info@ladakhmarathon.com