Kerey is a medium-sized village in the Nyoma tehsil of Leh district in the Indian union territory of Ladakh. The village is located at an elevation of 5,488 meters, making it one of the highest villages in India.
Kerey is a remote village, located about 110 kilometres from Leh, the district headquarters.
Kerey is a traditional Ladakhi village, with many mud-brick houses and Buddhist temples. The villagers are primarily engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry. The village is known for its high-altitude crops, such as barley, wheat, and buckwheat. The villagers also raise sheep, goats, and yaks.
The village is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and high-altitude lakes. The villagers are known for their hospitality and warm welcome.