WALKING ON A FROZEN RIVER
Zanskar, the largest tributary of Indus river in India, flows through deep Himalayan gorges. The rough, steep terrain makes it impossible for anyone to travel through this land... for most part of the year. In winter, however, things change dramatically. With temperature dropping to minus 25°C, the mighty Zanskar river gets frozen. The fearless local villagers use frozen Zanskar as a route to travel. It is called the Chadar route.