33.8˚ N, 76.9˚ E

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Ski­ing in In­dia’s Hi­malayan moun­tains, many of which rise above 20,000 feet, is un­pre­dictable at best. In the Zan­skar re­gion, snow can be sparse and the ap­proach can be as long as a 10-day trek up­stream from the small town of Leh. There, you might just find your own slice of seren­ity in a coun­try of more than 1.3 bil­lion peo­ple.

PHO­TOG­RA­PHER: Mary Mcin­tyre LO­CA­TION: Zan­skar, In­dia SKIER: Carston Oliver

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