The biggest tree at Alchi Monastery, where one can see well preserved and masterful ancient Buddhist paintings
Set in a dramatic notch just along from the Leh Palace is a poplar tree decorated with prayer flags
Look for this White Willow tree at a bridge across the Indus River in Ladakh
A lone tree by the riverside amongst the austere rocky landscape along the Manali-Leh road
In the riverside nature park in Manali is a cedar tree that has resprouted a trunk after a main trunk breakage
This four-trunked monster is the largest and most elaborate of the old Chinar trees in Srinagar, and is planted just below the Mughal Gardens.
A favourite destination to visit via the Shikhara boats on Kashmir’s Dal Lake is this small garden island crowned by four large and distinct Chinar trees in the corners
In Ladakh’s oldest, 930-year-old monastery on the snake-like hill of Kli-Khil this ancient evergreen cypress is named after the Naga King Jakpo, who once slept here in the mythological past
The “Great Translator” of Buddhist lore, Rinchen Zangpo, left his walking stick here one thousand years ago and it turned into a poplar tree.
In a rocky valley high in the Ladakh Himalaya, an evergreen juniper tree is a striking landmark- there are no other trees like it anywhere nearby