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Snow Leopard Expedition 6123m

12 days, Starting , USD148500 Only

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Duration 12 Days
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Delightful trek through three valleys of the Indus region known as the "snow leopard" region, where you encounter high peaks and a panoramic view of majestic mountain ranges. In the far – flung northern reaches of India, Ladakh is one of the most remote and sparsely populated regions on earth. Bordered by Tibet, it is often described as the land of numerous passes -“La Dags”. It is also popularly known as the land of peaks and lamas, the broken moon, the roof of the world, the last Shangri-La and Little Tibet. Ladakh is bounded by two of the world’s highest mountain ranges, the Karakorams and the great Himalayas. The altitude of Ladakh varies between 9000 to 14,000 ft. above sea level. Arid and barren but interspersed with isolated settlements, green oasis of swaying poplars and cultivated farmland, it is awe inspiring in its starkness and strange beauty. Ladakh is land of medieval gompas (monasteries) clinging to cliff sides, fluttering prayer flags, a wonderfully gentle people who practice Buddhism, high altitude deserts, rushing rivers, high peaks and passes, but few roads.

Quick Itinerary

  • Day 1 : Delhi To Leh (1 Hour Flight)
  • Day 2 : Monastery Visit
  • Day 3 : Leh To Hemis (1 Hr Drive.)
  • Day 4 : Hemis To Shang Sumdo (3 Hrs Walk.)
  • Day 5 : Shang Sumdo To Shang Phu
  • Day 6 : Shan Phu To Gangpoche Via Shang Pass Alt.5056m.
  • Day 7 : Gangpoche To Mankarmo Via Matho Pass Alt.5100m.
  • Day 8 : Mankarmo To Base Camp (4700m) 2hrs
  • Day 9 : Base Camp – Acclimatizing And Height Gain Practice. (Gain 5400mtrs.)
  • Day 10 : Summit Day – Stok Kangri Peak (6123m)
  • Day 11 : Stok Kangri Base Camp To Leh
  • Day 12 : Day At Leisure
  • Day 13 : Leh To Delhi (45 Min Flight.)

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