The purpose of the study was to find out the impact of altitude training on selected physical Fitness variables.
Methodology: for the present study 30 male students of physical education Department University of Jammu who were enrolled for UG/PG courses and were shortlisted for 10 tracking programme held at leh ladhak. One day before leaving from Jammu Pre test was take on selected physical fitness variables and after completing 10 days tracking programme post test was taken after one day. The study was formulated as a pre and post test single group design. To discover the distinction among Pre and Post trials of every gathering, paired t test was utilized and Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) was figured at 0.05 level of significance.
Result: The result of the study indicate that the tracking group had shown significant improvement in all selected physical fitness variables.
Conclusion: Study shows that high altitude training improve physical fitness.