Category: Trekking

Kangyatse Expedition (6 days)

This sensational climb offers you an opportunity to reach a height of 6200m/20460ft without technical skills, and 6400m/21120ft with technical skills. Climbing Kangyatse is challenging and interesting. It is ideal for someone in search of his/her first Himalayan summit. If you choose to scale the primary summit (6400 m), you will need to be experienced and well prepared, as it requires a traverse of a very difficult and technically challenging ridge. Day 01: Leh TO SHANG SUMO (3600 m/1090ft)- 4 hours. We follow the shang river via shang Gonpa up in the rock cliff. Then walk down to Shang...

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Phyang to Hunder (Nubra) Trek (10 days)

The Nubra Valley lies to the north of Leh and was once the gateway to the ancient Silk route. The valley has vast alluvial plains and bacterian camels, which roam the sandy banks of the Shayok River. This trek is one of the least visited and the beauty of the unspoiled landscape will leave you reminiscing about its stunning views of Karakoram ranges. The beauty of the trek is surpassed only by the final day a spectacular bus or jeep ride over the highest motorable road in the world (5606 m). Day 01: Delhi – Leh?Early morning transfer to...

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Stok Kangri (7 days) -6153m- Climbing in Ladakh-Trekking Peaks)

Excellent chance to start climbing with this above 6000m peak. ?Climbing Stok Kangri does not require any Himalayan climbing experience. If you have trekked in Himalayas before -you can climb this peak which lies in most scenic places of ladakh. Meet high altitude Shepherds of local villages, untouched and unpolluted culture of Tibet-Ladakh . Monasteries of Spituk and Stok Palace explains the rich heritage of Royal Ladakh. Day 1: Drive to Stok village & start of trek up to Manokarmo – a shepherd encampment- 3/4 hrs. of trekking. Day 2: Trek to Base Camp. Approx 5 hrs. of walk....

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Sham Trek (4 days)

Following a high trail parallel and north of the Leh-Lamayuru – Kargil – Srinagar Highway, this fascinating trek goes through ancient villages and monasteries and over small mountain passes to end at the ancient capital of the Sham kingdom – Temisgam. Day 1: Nie – Likir – 3600m / 11,810ft. 4 ½ hours. The trail now enters a desolate and barren landscape as we head towards the small spread out village of Likir with its well maintained and ancient Gompa built on a hillside. The views are quite impressive as we near the village and green terraced fields appear....

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Chaddar Trek Frozen River Trek on Zanskar River

The Zanskar region of Ladakh is one of the oldest inhabited regions of the world. It has wild and solitary valleys at over 13,000 ft (4000 meters) in the Himalayas. In winter, Zanskar is isolated. Only in January and February is there a way to visit this incredibly unique world: the canyon of the Zanskar River. This trek is an adventure on the so called Chadar or ice covering the river from the village of Chiling to Lingshed. For this expedition you are accompanied by local staffs from Zanskar, all the porters, and guide are from Zanskar itself, in...

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