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Lamayuru ,Chilling and Markha valley. First part, walk through snow covered trails, cross rivers and pass villages that are not just beautiful but also hospitable. During the course of this trek, you will get to see beautiful views of the Stok and Karakoram ranges and get up and close with three passes namely Dung Dung Chan La Pass, Prinkti La (3750m) and the Kongskil La (4,950m), where you will be fascinated with unusual flora and fauna. Second part, The Markha valley trek is one of the most popular treks in Ladakh, it become more special when you do it from Lamayouru . This trek passes through beautiful villages tucked in the deep valley surrounded by towering mountains. The high pass of Kongmaru La (5200m) offers spectacular views of the Kang Yatse peaks. You can stay in homestays throughout the trek and it’s an excellent opportunity to discover the everyday life of locals. Markha is part of the Hemis National Park, home to the elusive snow leopard.
Day 1 : Leh (3501m)
Our Services Start with Your Arrival At Leh Airport. Meet & Greet and Transfer to the Hotel. Welcome Drink On Arrival. We Recommend You Completely Relax for the Rest of the Day to Enable Yourselves to Acclimatize to the Rarefied Air At the High Altitudeanda Successful Trek in Ladakh Requires You to Acclimatize Well with High Altitude, Tourist Can Explore the Leh Market and Shanti Stupa in the Evening Only if You Feel Fine. O/n Hotel.
Day 2 : Leh (full Day Monasteries & Palaces Tour) 112kms
After Breakfast Take a Full Day Excursion to Renowned Monasteries and Palaces of Ladakh Region. Founded in 1433 By Palden Sherab, Thiksey Monastery the Beautiful Village of Thiksey, Dominated By An Imposing Gelugpa Monastery. this Thiksey Monastery Majestically Overlooks the Valley, a Magnificent Group of About 80 Monks; Discovery of the Beautiful Inner Courtyard Which Distributes Access to the Various Temples. the Most Amazing is Certainly the Temple of Maitreya with Its Gigantic Interior Statue Which Covers all Floors of the Building. to Join the Next Site, We Will Take the Path of School Children.
founded in 1632 By Lama Staktsang Raspa, Visit Hemis Monastery, It is a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery of the Drukpa Lineage. the Monastery Houses An Amazing Collection of the Age-old Relics such as the Idol of Lord Buddha Made Up of Copper Gilt, Gold and Silver Stupas It Holds the Distinction of Being the Biggest as Well as the Wealthiest Monastery of Ladakh. the Annual Hemis Festival Honoring Padmasambhava is Held Here in June.
on the Way Back to Leh Visit Shey (built in 17th Century By King Deldan Namgyal) Capital of Ancient Ladakh, is An Interesting Complex Whose Importance is Still Measured By the Quality of the Paintings and the Astonishing Quantity of Chortens or other Votive Monuments that Surround It, Especially the Copper Gilt Statue of Lord Buddha. the Rock-carved Statue of Five Buddha Can Be Seen Below the Palace On the Roadside, Which Was Probably Carved During the Reign of Singay Namgyal.
and the Stok Palace Built in 1825th By King Tsespal Tundup Namgyal , Residence of the Present Kings of Ladakh. Transformed Into a Museum, the Collections Presented Evoke a Recent Past Where the Royal Family Ruled Over this Valley. O/n Hotel.
Day 3 : Leh-lower Indus Valley-lamayuru (3510m).
After Breakfast Drive to Lamayouru Enroute Visit Likir, also Known as Lu-khyil Gompa, the Likir Monastery Was Ordered to Build By the 5th King of Ladakh Lhachen Gyalpo and Was Thus Founded By Lama Duwang Chosje in 1065. the Monastery is of the Gelugpa Sect of Tibetan Buddhism, Visit Alchi Temple Renowned as the Oldest Buddhist Learning Centre, the Alchi Gompa is One of the Magnificently Built Monasteries in Ladakh. Located 70 Kilometres West of Leh On the Banks of the Indus River, It is also the Largest and Most Famous of the Gompas Built By Tibetan Translator Rinchen Zangpo in 11th Century, Visit Rizong According to Popular Belief, Guru Padmasambhava Along with other Lamas Used to Meditate in the Caves Around Rizong in Isolation, Surviving On Two Times Meal a Day and Avoiding Any Contact with the Outside World. Before Building the Monastery in 1831, Lama Tsultim Nima Started a Hermitage At the Site to Teach Monks About Buddhism Continue Drive to Visit the Mesmerizing Moon Landscapes and the Lamayuru Monastery Renowned as Tharpa Ling Which Means the ‘place of Freedom’; Lamayuru Monastery is One of the Oldest Monasteries in Ladakh. Arahat Nimagon Blessed the Site and Naropa Founded the Monastery in the 11 Century. O/n Camp or Hotel
Day 4 : Lamayuru - Prinkti La (3750m)-wanla (3250m) 3-4hrs
Elevation Gain +369m / Elevation Loss -592m
after Having Breakfast , Set Forth On a Easy Trek that Will Lead You to Wanla. You Will Hike Through the Prinkti La Pass, Walk Through Shilla Village and Reach the Village of Wanla. O/n Home Stay or Camp.
Day 5 : Wanla -hinju (3720m) 5-6hrs.
Elevation Gain +639m / Elevation Loss -0m
while Trekking Visit the Sleepy and Charming Ladakhi Villages, 5-6 Hour Picturesque Walk Will Take You to Hinju, a Village that is Made Up of a 1-km Stretch of Barley Fields. You Will Be Staying Overnight At Camps Put Up in An Open Meadow Outside this Village; Rest of the Day is for You to Enjoy and Experience Life in the Mountains. O/n Home Stay or Camp.
Day 6 : Hinju- Kongskil La (4950m) – Sumda Doska (4430m) 6-7 Hrs
Elevation Gain +1163m /elevation Loss -526m
leave Hinju and Ascend to Kongskil La. Enjoy Enchanting Views of the Fascinating Stok and Karakoram Ranges from the Kongskil La. The Second Part of Your Trek Will Be a Little Challenging with the Trail Being Scree Covered. Take Care to Meander Carefully and Enjoy a Trek that is Thrilling and Exciting. Your Destination Today Will Be Sumda Doska that is At An Altitude of 4,430m. O/n Home Stay or Camp.
Day 7 : Sumda Doska-dung Dung Chan La Base (4433m) 6hrs
Elevation Gain +785m / Elevation Loss -782m
get Set for Varied Trails While Trekking! After Crossing a Few Rivers, You Will Reach Another Warm Village Called Sumdo Chenmo. Witness Life in this Quaint Village Before You Set Forth On Your Trail Again. Later, Ascend Your Way Up to the Base of the Dung Dung Chan La. as You Trek, Be Amazed with Some Exotic Mountainous Flora like the Edelweiss; Dung Dung Chan La Base Will Be the Camping Ground for the Day. O/n Home Stay or Camp.
Day 8 : Base of Dung Dung Chan La-Chilling (3550m) 5hrs
Elevation Gain +175m / Elevation Loss -1413m
post Breakfast in the Camp, Head Up to the Scenic Dung Dung Chan La, Enjoy the View of Zanskar. After Spending a While Here, You Will Trek On a Simple Ascent Before You Start Making Your Way Long Descend. 5 Hour Trek Will Bring You to Chilling Where Skilled Silversmiths Reside. O/n Home Stay or Camp.
Day 9 : Chilling – Sku (3360m) 3-4hrs
Elevation Gain +189m / Elevation Loss -18m
next Start Our Day with Alongwith Zanskar River and Cross the Bridge Then the Trail Leads to Markha Valley in Sku. O/n Home Stay or Camp.
Day 10 : Sku – Markha (3750m) 6-7hrs
Elevation Gain +450m /elevation Loss -57m
today the Trek is Long But It is An Easy Walk Along the Valley Towards Markha. The Terrain Along the Valley is Not Demanding, So There is Plenty of Opportunity to Admire the Magnificent Scenery. The Colors of the Barren Mountains of Ladakh are Truly Spectacular and the Mountains Change Colors Dramatically as the Sun Rises and Sets. We Follow the River and Will have to Cross the River Sometimes. We Can have Lunch in Sara, Where There is Usually Some Welcome Shade in a Tea Tent. Beyond the Settlement of Chalak There is An Impressive Line of Chortens and a Huge Mound of Goat Horns, Which are Placed On the Chortens . Climbing Up to a Small Pass, We Descend Again to the River and a Mediaeval Fort, Silhouetted On the Hillside, Tells Us that We have Almost Reached Markha. Markha is the Largest Village and There Will Be Time to Explore the Small Monastery in the Afternoon. O/n Camp or Homestay.
Day 11 : Markha – Hankar (4035m) 4-5hrs
Elevation Gain +304m / Elevation Loss -35m
morning After Breakfast We Visit the Markha Monastery and Start Trekking Towards Our Next Campsite. Just Beyond Markha Valley the Trail Meets the Chacham Valley. Here is the Umlung Gompa, Set Away Above Us On the Cliff. We Will Visit the Monastery, Which is the Most Important in the Valley and is Affiliated to Hemis Monastery. We Continue Up to the Valley and Walk Through Umlung Village to Hankar Which Has More Impressive Fort Ruins and a Small Gompa. O/n Camp or Homestay.
Day 12 : Hankar – Nimaling (4800m) 3hrs
Elevation Gain +700m / Elevation Loss -22m
from Hankar the Trail Turns Off from the Main Valley and Now Follows the Nimaling Stream to Thachungtse . We May Be Blessed with Luck to Watch Wild Sheep Grazing On the High Up Areas. Walking Continues to Reach Nimaling. Ahead On the Trail One Can have the Spectacular Views of Kang Yatze Peak (6400m), the Highest Peak in the Valley. In this Area, There is No Permanent Habitation But During the Summer Months the Shepherds Bring Their Flocks of Sheep, Goats and Dzos to Graze On the High Altitude Pasture. The Shepherds Stay in Stone Shelters Close to the Grazing Area for the Whole Summer and We Can Often Buy Yoghurt or Local Cheese from Them. We Should Get to Nimaling By Lunch Time and in the Afternoon There is An Optional Walk Behind Camp Towards Kang Yatze. This is Worth Doing and Highly Recommended for An Impressive Close Up View of Kang Yatze, Which At 6400m is the Highest Peak in Markha Valley. O/n Camp.
Day 13 : Nimaling-chokdou (3900m) 6-7hrs
Elevation Gain +700m / Elevation Loss -900m
trek from Nimaling to Chokdou En-route Crossing Kongmaru La (5200m). We Will Start Our Day By Climbing Up to the Kongmaru La. the Ascent to Reach the Top of the Pass At 5200m is Zigzag, Long and Steep, But the View from the Top is Worth the Effort. Ahead There are Views Across the Stok Range and Down to the Indus Valley. the Descent is Steep At First and Then We Enter Into a Spectacular Gorge and Follow a Gradual Descend Toward Chokdou. O/n Camp or Homestay
Day 14 : Chokdou-Shangsumdo-Hemis (3680m)-Leh (4-5hrs Trek) (45kms Drive)
Elevation gain +280m / elevation loss -283m
Today we continue our descent to the village of Shang Sumdo and then toward Hemis, which is easy walk to reach there and then drive to Leh. We can also drive from Shang Sumdo or Martselang to Hemis by taxi. O/N hotel
Day 15 : Leh
Free time for personal activities. O/N hotel
Day 16 : Leh-delhi
Early Morning Transfer to Leh Airport to Board Flight Back to Destination. Journey Ends with Sweets Memories.
for the More Adventurous a Drive to Either Manali or Srinagar Can also Be Arranged On Request. the Road Journey is Covered in Two or More Days with An Overnight Halt At Either Sarchu or Jispa, Which Lies On the Leh-manali Highway, or Kargil, Which Lies On the Leh-srinagar Highway.
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