Hemis to Tsomoriri Trek (14 days)

Hemis to Tsomoriri Trek (14 days)


Lamayuru Darcha Trekking This is the most popular trek of Ladakh with maximum number of passes. Starts from Lamayuru (the monastery of Lamayuru is one the earliest founded monasteries in Ladakh) and enters Zangskar through the remote villages of Ligshed, Photoksar and then Karsha. Further it leads you to Darcha in Himachal via Phuktal and Bardan Monasteries, amazing landscapes, with so much contrast.

Hemis to Tsomoriri Trek 14 days

Size of group: Min 2 & Max 8
Highest Point:Nakpo Gonzing Pass 5390mts
Grade: Medium-Strenuous


Day 1: Leh to Shang Sumdo via Martselang (2½ hours).

Day 2:Shang Sumdo 3700 m – Lartse 4600 m (6 hrs).

Day 3: Lartse 4600m – Thachungtse 4250 m via Kongmaru La 5200 m (6-7 hrs) .

Day 4: Thachungtse – Yakrupal (5-6 hours).

Day 5: Yakrupal – Zalung Karpo La 5200m – Khar (5-6 hours) .

Day 6: Khar – Dat (5-6 hours).

Day 7: Dat – Yar La 4950m – Lungmo Che (5-6 hours).

Day 8: Lungmo Che – Zara (5 hours).

Day 9: Zara – Ponganagu (6 hours).

Day 10: Ponganagu – Nuruchan 4300 m (6 hrs).

Day 11: Nuruchan- Gyamar Barma 5100 m (7-8 hrs).

Day 12: Gyamar Barma – Gyamar 5200 m (3-4 hrs) we will eventually reach the pass. The trail leads gradually down to the lush green valley of the Gyamar, where we spend our night.

Day 13: Gyamar – Korzok (Tsomoriri Lake) 4500 m (6-7 hrs) .

Day 14: Korzok – Leh (7 hrs drive) We drive back to Leh along the gorges of the mighty Indus with all these good memories .

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