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The Markha Valley Trek is the Most Serene and One of the Famous Treks of Ladakh Region. It is An Amazing Trip to Get Introduced with Magical and Remote Buddhist Kingdom of Ladakh. While Trekking On Through this Trek, We Visit Beautiful Buddhist Monasteries, Remote Mountain Villages and High Altitude Pastures like Nimaling. There are the Ruins of Many Forts and Castles, Some Built in Some Pretty Unlikely Places! it is a Fairly Long Trek, Crossing Kongmaru La At 5200m and Has the fine Objective of Visiting the Base Camp of the Highest Peak in the Zanskar Range, Mt Kang Yatse, 6400m.International or Domestic Flights visa. travel Insurance. personal Clothing and Equipment. any Medical Costs Incurred By You, or Costs Associated with a Medical Incident, such as Your Evacuation from the Mountain And/ or hospitalization (for Which You Should have Travel Insurance). optional Trips or Excursions. tips for Local Staff and Guides.
Day 1 : Arrival reception at Leh Airport.
On Arrival At Leh Airport , You Will Be Met By Our Representative Who Will Transfer You to the Hotel. Overnight Stay.
Day 2 : Leh- Zingchen- Rumbak 4000 m (5 hours trek):
We Drive from Leh to Spituk and Continue On a Dirt Jeep Road Into a Parched and Exposed Region. After About An Hour Drive, We Will Enter the Zingchen Valley Where the Rumbak River Flows Into the Indus Which Makes Its Way Down a Mighty Canyon. Further Into the Valley Lies a Beautiful Village of Rumbak, Inhabited By 15 Families.
Day 3 : Rumbak – Ganda La Base 4500 M (3-4 Hours):
From Rumbak It’s a Short Walk to Our Next Camp, But Very Important One in Terms of Acclimatization, as We Will Camp Very High Tonight and Cross the High Pass the Next Day. So, We Will Not Hurry and Take Our Time to Reach the Camp At the Base of Ganda La. After a Short Walk from the Camp, We Will Come Across the Village of Yuruche, Inhabited By Only 1 Family. from Our Campsite There are Spectacular Views of Stok Kangri and the Whole Stok Range.
Day 4 : Ganda La base – Skiu via Ganda La 6-7 hours:
After a Light Breakfast, We Will Begin Our 2-hour Ascent Towards Ganda La (4900m). the Usual Chorten and Prayer Flags Mark the Top of the Pass, Where One May See Blue Sheep, Marmots and Arghali Roaming the Hills Around. Views of the Lofty Zanskar Range and the Distant Himalaya Range are Great as Well. After a Short Rest, We Will Make a Gradual Descent to Shingo and Break for Lunch. We Will Finish the Day By Hiking for 2-hours Through a Spectacular Gorge Before Making Camp At Skiu (3300m). Within this Idyllic Village Lies An Old Monastery and Ruins of An Old Castle, Once a Rest Stop for the Royal Family On Their Way to Srinagar.
Day 5 : Skiu – Markha (8 hours trek):
Following the Markha River, We Will Hike Through the Lovely Valley On a Fairly Level Path. the Trail Crosses the River At Various Points, and Passes Winter Settlements that Contain Lhatos (religious Shrines for Local Deities) and Mani Walls (stones Inscribed with Buddhist Prayers). During Peak Season a Number of Tented Teahouses Will Be Open for Refreshment. Markha (3800m) is the Largest Village in the Valley, Consisting of Around 20 Houses, An Old Monastery and a Ruined Fort.
Day 6 : Markha – Thachungtse (6 hours trek):
The Markha Valley Trail Continues Pass Old Stone-mills, a Ruined Castle and the Auspicious Monastery of Techa, Which Proudly Perches Upon a Cliff that Looms Above Markha. the Path Then Intersects the River Several Times Before Cutting Through the Last Hamlets in the Valley. After Leaving the Village of Umlung, We Will Be Afforded Our First View of Mighty Mt. Kang Yatse (6400m), Which Will Stay in Sight Until We Cross Kongmaru La. After We Break for Lunch in the Village of Hangkar (the Last One in the Valley), We Will Continue Onward to the Lovely Green Pasture of Thachungste (4100m), Where We Will Make Camp.
Day 7 : Thachungtse – Nimaling (4 hours trek):
Today the Trail Will Lead Us Up to the Beautiful Plateau of Nimaling, Where the People of the Markha Valley Bring Their Herds to Graze During the Summer Months. At 4700m, Nimaling is the Highest Camp (4600m) On the Trek, Giving Us Spectacular Views of the Huge Peak of Kang Yatse to the Right.
Day 8 : Nimaling – Shangsumdo via Kongmaru La (7 hours trek):
After a Hearty Breakfast, We Will Cross Kongmaru La (5200m), the Highest Pass On the Trek, and from Here We Will have a Wonderful View of the Indus Valley and Ladakh Range. the Descent is Quite Steep, But Will Gradually Level Out as We Enter Shang Gorge, with Its Fascinating Rock Formations. More River Crossings Bar Our Way Before We Arrive At the Sour-spring of Chuskurmo (used in Traditional Medicine By the Amchi Doctors). Camp Overnight in Shang Sumdo.
Day 9 : Shangsumdo – Leh via Martselang:
We Will Enjoy a Pleasant 2-hour Walk Along a Jeep Road to Martselang, Where the Jeep Will Pick Us Up. On the Way to Leh, It Will Be Possible to Visit Some of the Great Monasteries of Ladakh such as Thikse, Hemis and Shey.
Day 10 : Departure. Drop at airport.
Our representative will drop you at Leh airport for departure.
|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||INR 33300 / Adult|
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
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* Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
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