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One of the most beautiful treks in Ladakh starts at Rumtse and ends at the famous Tsomoriri lake at 4500 Mtrs. Rumtse is situated 70 Kms east of Leh, the starting point of this Ladakh trek. Rupshu valley lies sandwiched between Ladakh in the north, Tibet in the east and Zanskar in the west. It is a part of the Changthang plateau and is characterized by high arid plains, nomads, high pasturelands, snow-capped peaks.

To the south east of Leh lies a region that is still less frequented by tourists. The area borders the Changtang Plateau of Tibet. Amidst a barren landscape lives small groups of nomadic Chang tribesmen leading a harsh existence. Tucked away in a remote area of this region at an altitude of 14432 ft. is one of nature’s wonders - the lake of Tso Moriri. The 15-by-5 mile lake is a breeding ground to birds like the bar-necked geese and the brahminy duck. The surrounding area is home to some rare Indian Wildlife such as the Kyang (wild ass), blue sheep, marmots and the snow leopard.

The starting point of Tso Moriri Trek is Rumtse (4100m) which is approximately 70 kms. from Leh. The route traverses across 8 high passes and while the scenery is spectacular the entire route is through high altitude and requires good acclimatization. Rumtse Trek is definitely one of the most enjoyable treks. This trek gives you the opportunity to interact with tibetan nomads settlements, opportunity to explore Tsomoriri lake and also more chance to watch wild animals and wild birds of Ladakh. There are around eight pass in this trek and the highest pass is Kyamayuru La (5450m) in altitude

Detailed Plan: August Departure

Plan: AP

Grade: Moderate to Strenous

Max Altitude: 5450 mtrs

Best time: June to Oct

Trek days: 7 nights and 8 days

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Planned Activity

  Day Hotel Activities  
1Delhi-Leh 3 * Mountain Hotel Pick up from Leh airport and transfer to hotel. Half day off. After lunch, visit the Temple of Fame, Shanti Stupa and Leh Palace. Overnight at hotel.
2Leh 3 * Mountain Hotel A half-day visit to Alchi and Likir monastery and evening to prepare trek.This trek starts from Rumtse village located 70 km from Leh on the road to Leh road-Man
3Leh - Rumtse - Kyamar ( 4050m) Tented accommodation in Kyamar We drive from Leh to Rumtse the morning (3:00) and start walking from Rumtse to Kyamar. Kyamar night.
4Kyamar - Tisaling (4200m) Tented accommodation in Tisaling After a good breakfast, we begin with a gradual rise to Kamur La (4800 m), which offers a spectacular view of the beach Changthang. From the pass, we descend down. Here
5Tisaling - Ponganabu (4250m) Tented accommodation in Ponganabu The third passage is Shibuk La (4900 m). From the pass, we have a stunning view of the surrounding mountains and the lake Tsokar. It is about 4 hours walk to the lake Tsokar. the day
6Ponganagu - Nuruchan (4300m) Tented accommodation in Nuruchan We follow the jeep road to the lake Tsokar. Along the shores of the salt lake, we have the opportunity to see some of the migratory birds endangered in the world.
7Nuruchan - Gyama Barma (5100m) Tented accommodation in Gyama Barma After a good breakfast, we gradually ascend to Horlam Kongka (4900 m). Easy to Rajungkaru neck down, we have the opportunity to meet several nomad camps Tibet
8Gyama Barma - Gyamar (5200m) Tented accommodation in Gyamar After breakfast, we head to our next visit, Kartse La (5300 m). We then rise slowly to Gyamar and enjoy beautiful views of the snowy mountains
9Gyamar - Korzok (4500m) Tented accommodation in Tsomoriri After breakfast, we gradually ascend to the highest pass Nyaulung Yalung La (5540m). From the pass, we have very nice view of the lake Tsomoriri. We descend slowly to the K
10Korzok - Leh 3 * Mountain Hotel After breakfast, we explore the village Korzok then returned to Leh.
11Leh-Delhi Early in the morning, ensure timely departure to the airport for the onward journey.

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