Kharnak is a small village located in the Nyoma tehsil of Leh district, India. It is situated at an elevation of 4,548 meters (15,000 feet) above sea level, making it one of the highest villages in India. The village is predominantly inhabited by Buddhists.
Kharnak is known for its pashmina and wool business. The village is home to a number of pashmina goats, and the villagers produce high-quality pashmina wool, which is used to make shawls, sweaters, and other garments. Kharnak is also known for its traditional Ladakhi culture and its beautiful scenery.
The village is located in a remote area, and there is no road connectivity to Kharnak. The only way to reach the village is by trekking or on horseback. The trek to Kharnak is challenging, but it is well worth the effort for the stunning views.