Trek through a high altitude wildlife sanctuary and climb a 6000-meter peak in the Ladakh Himalayas

 11 Nights 12 Days      Ladakh

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    • Max. Altitude: 6,240 mts 
    • Max. Sleeping Altitude: 5,000 mts
    • Lowest Trek Altitude: 3,290 mts
    • Grade: Challenging
    • Duration: 11 Nights & 12 Days Start Point & End Point: Leh
    • Region: Markha Valley, Ladakh, India
    • Temperature Range: -5 to 6
    • Route: Leh-Chiling-Skiu-Markha-Hankar-Nimalin-Kangyatse-Nimaling-Kongmaru La-Sumdo-Leh


    • Climb a 6200 meters peak
    • Trek through ‘Markha Valley’ home to many endangered species including the snow leopard
    • Hike through some amazing valleys, some beautiful rivers and some really quaint villages that give a glimpse into the local life of people here.
    • Witness remote ancient monasteries along the trek, which adds a bit of spirituality to this Ladakh trekking
    • Small group sixe of max 8-10 participants

    Detailed Itinerary

    Arrive at Leh Airport

    On arrival at Leh airport you will meet our executive & drive to Hotel for check in. Leh is at an altitude of 11,500ft/3,500m and therefore we recommend that the rest of the day be spent resting to help adjust to the altitude.

    Acclimatisation in Leh

    Visit the monasteries at Shey and Thiksey. Shey Gompa is situated on a small hill 10 miles south of Leh and was once the residence of the royal family. It was constructed by the first king of Ladakh, Lhachen Palgyigon, and was the seat of power of the pre-Tibetan kings. Thiksey Gompa is located 15 miles from Leh. It is a very imposing monastery and one of the finest examples of Ladakhi architecture of any type. The 12-storey building contains numerous Stupas, Statues, Thangkas and wall paintings as well as a large pillar engraved with the Buddha’s teachings. The main prayer hall has a 50 feet high seated Buddha figure. Overnight in the hotel.

    Drive upto Chiling and trek to Skiu (3510 m)

    From Yurutse follow a path along the mountainside, then cross a small valley and follow a zig-zag steep path. Thereafter cross Ganda la. Then a long descent towards Shingo. After 2 Hrs. descent arrives in the valley of Markha and then after a few hundred meters further will reach Skiu. Overnight in tent.

    Skiu - Markha (3850 mtr )

    From Skiu, follow a good path on the right bank of Markha where one can find great vegetation. Then cross the right bank of the river and cross through barren plain and arrive at Chaluk. Thereafter walk along the left bank of the river and after another crossing climb towards Markha village. Good campsite beyond the village and near the river. Overnight Tent

    Markha - Hankar (4000 mtr )

    Start the trek towards the main valley on the right bank. The path is sometimes difficult in the river bed and pass the monastery of Humlung. Then carry on a trek along the right bank and arrive in Hankar where there are several houses. Overnight in a tent.

    Hankar - to Nimalin

    The path improves and crosses a broad valley on the right side. The valley becomes narrow and higher and cross bridges on to the left bank and then reaches Tchatchuste. We then climb up to Nimalin where sheep, mountain goats and rabbits are found grazing pasture lands. This is where we camp over night.

    Nimalin to Base camp of Kangyatse.

    This will be teh smallest trek in the entire trip so make sure to use this time to chill and soak up the beauty of the mountains. Make sure to spent most of the time outside thetent to acclimatize and study thenmountains around you and capture the beauty.

    Rest day and Training

    We will teach you how to walk in the snow and handle ice axes and other necessary training. The trek ahead will require maximum energy and zeal. So acclimatize and gather up your energy and build your morale for climbing the peak the next day.

    Attempt to Summit (6200 mtr )

    Today we will push for the summit of Mt. Kang Yatse shoulder peak at 6200 meters. We will start around 12 am with our expert Guides.

    Buffer day and Back to Nimalin.

    This day is kept as an extra day to attempt to the peak in for other emergencies. After the peak  other staff get down to plain side Nimaling hardly 2 hrs walk Overnight in tents.

    Nimaling - Kongmaru La (5150 mtr) and Sumdo Village

    Today one will cross to the north of the Markha, climbing to the top of the highest of the three passes, the 5,306 M Kongmaru La, with its wonderful views from the top. There are snow peaks in every direction and on a clear day the giants of Karakoram, including K2, can be seen on the north-western horizon. The trail descends to the Martselang valley, following the Martselang stream to the village of Sumdo. Drive back to Leh.

    Departure from Leh

    After breakfast check out from the hotel. Arrangements would be made to drop you at the airport.


    • Pick-up and drop from Leh airport 
    • Services of Wilderness First Responder and mountaineering courses qualified guides, assistant guides, cook, helpers and trip manager
    • 3 night stay at The Auspicious hotel in Leh
    • 8 nights in tents during trek 
    • All meals during the trip (veg)
    • Specialized High Altitude Camping and Trekking and Climbing equipment
    • Transportation in SUV or Innova
    • First aid with oxygen cylinder


    • Cost of any kind of insurance (insurance is mandatory)
    • Any expense of personal nature
    • Any expense not specified in the inclusion list
    • Personal porter charges (choose from add-ons)
    • Lunch during stay in the hotel in Leh and meals during road travel in restaurants/Dhabas
    • Cost of any form of insurance (Personal/Baggage/Medical)
    • Cost of rescue, evacuation, hospitalization, etc.

    Additional Activities

    • White-water rafting in the mighty Indus/ Zanskar Rivers
    • Bicycling around the town
    • Rent a motorbike
    • Authentic local food at the ‘Ladakhi Kitchen’ in the main market
    • Shop for souvenirs.

    Items to Carry

    • Backpack 40 – 50 Lt. with rain cover.
    • Day Pack 15 – 20 Lt. -To carry your personal gear,camera, water bottle, trail clothing, packed food etc.
    • Trekking Shoes: High-ankle waterproof
    • 2-3 pairs of cotton socks and 1-2 pairs of woolen socks
    • Pants: 2-3 pairs -quick dry lightweight. Alternatively, track pants are also comfortable to hike in.
      T-shirts 2-3 pairs–Preferably full sleeves
      Synthetic Fleece Jacket’ sweater -1 pair.
      Waterproof Jacket -1 pair.
    • Down filled / Hollow fibre fill insulated Jacket – 1 pair (optional-get this if you want to stay extra warm at camps.)
    •  A woolen cap for the head and ears
      Thermal liners-1 pair upper and lower
    • Toiletries -Sunscreen SPF 40+, Moisturizer, Lip balm, Soap, Toilet paper.
    • Repair Kit (needle and thread).
    • Headlamp/ Torch.
    • Camera.
    • Water Bottle- Ideally keep two bottles 1 liter each.
    • Trekking Pole -Optional.
    • Plastic Packing covers. (Please pack all your gear in waterproof plastic bags so that your clothes etc do not get wet while on horses or porters. Also carry extra plastic bags in case you need to pack wet clothes.)

    Note: We advise you to carry all the belongings in a rucksack so that it is easy to move around in case of any emergency.

    How to reach

    • Nearest Airport: Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, Leh. Flights are easily available from Delhi Airport


    Safety & Adventure Sports
    The most basic yet prominent principle of indulging in any adventure activity is to take all the necessary precautions for safety.
    We at Yoloo.Life, keep it all in account and ensure maximum safety measures to pre-plan the trip and minimize any kind of risk. We plan to mitigate the risk of high altitude-related problems by preparing and acclimatizing well and staying in comfort.
    We strongly suggest you keep yourself adequately hydrated- possibly double your water intake.

    • Ensure that you take all your medications along to avoid any health issues.
    • Inform your friends and family before you depart for the trip and let them know that this will be a ‘No-Network’ zone.

    We will be your point of contact throughout the entire trip. Our complete staff is trained and certified, including our wilderness first responders on the programs. So in any case, we will be there to help you out.