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Largyab Trek, 18 Nights 19 Days
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Largyab Trek

  • Day 01 Leh Airport

    Early morning transfer to domestic airport for you early morning connecting flight to Ladakh. This spectacular mountain flight takes about 70 minutes to Leh.Arrive and transfer to Ladakhi style hotel. Today is for rest and acclimatization and evening visit the Tibetan Bazar. O/N in Hotel

  • Day 02 Leh Local sightseeing

    Explore the Indus valley & the great monasteries. Landmarks of history & Landscape of ladakhs. In the morning , Excursion to Stok and Matho located on the other side of Indus . back to leh  and we could see near the city of the small monastery Sankar (Gelugpa) where you can walk through the countryside. Stop at the Shanti Stupa, inaugurated in 1985 by HH The Dalai Lama, And Built by a Japanese order a peace activist in the World. O/N Hotel.O/N Hotel

  • Day 03 Leh - Nubra Valley

    Early morning departure to the Nubra Valley (155km about 5/6h). The pass Khardong La(5259m). is one of the highest paved roads in the world from the pass, on a clear day the view is superb: you can see the entire southern part, to the Indus Valley and the peaks of the Zansker Mountains north of the massif Saser. The Nubra valley lies on the ancient caravan route which connected Leh to Kashgar (now Sinking China) through the passes of the Karakorm and saser. In the valley  there are several Buddhist monasteries such as Samsthaling and Disket Monastery. The villages of the valley, where the altitude( Nubra) flowing in the middle of the valley. Accommodation camp at Sumur sets (3250m).Which, like an oasis., is pleasantly situated in a large orchard, in a bend of the river. Approximately 6-hour drive depending on conditions at the time of the pass. By late afternoon excursion around (ten kilometers), and if time permits, a small 30-minute walk to the old monastery built in 1842 at Samsthanling. The monastery (renovated in 2010) includes a complex of 7 temples with apartments (Rinpochey) of the abbot the head Lama, And a young reincarnated Tulku, recognized by His Holiness the Dalai Lama/N Fixed Camp.

  • Day 04 Nubra Valley (Local sightseeing )

    Morning drive to the valley of Disket and Hundar Returns to the road junction to cross the river by a bridge near  Tinth , dominated by the spectacular landscape of snow-capped Karakorum range. Compared to the Indus valley,the climate is warmer here, and therefore the vegetation is denser, and there are several  varieties  of trees and flowers. Walk up to the Diskit monastery which is reached after walking about 45 min along the path lined with chortens. The Gonpa was built by Lama Tashscholing Changsem  Sherap  Zangpo, a disciple of Tsongkhapa, founder of  sect “ Yellow Hat”.

    After the visit continue to Hundar (7 km), along the desert valley of Sany Visit the monastery of “Chamba Lakhang” the huge statues of Buddha Maitreya with one carved in the rock Observation of flora and fauna. For more fit, stroll along the ridges overlooking the valley and small safari by camel (Bactrian) in the desert. After the  safari, drive to Skuru Checkpoint after the bridge and camp at 3130m. O/N Tents.

  • Day 05 Trek

    Morning departure on a difficult track of 40km(1:30), before starting our trek to the bridge Pastsathang. Quiet climb and crossing a small pass the Thesegang La (3850m), where the view is superb on the surroundings, before joining Largyap Yokma (3600m) along the stream. Camp in the village which consists of about fifteen houses.     4 hrs Walking O/N Tents.

  • Day 06 Trek

    For this short day, it will be wise to take a change of shoes ,such as plastic sandals will, good shoes, because it will cross many  streams! Morning walks on flat ground towards spollu Shuru. After walking about 1:30 across the river to reach the village of largyap Gom , from where one has a spectacular view of the glacier Ombokong. From the village you see two valleys . our route takes us by the right-hand up the river. It passes back again along the right bank and twenty minutes we arrive at our of camp (3970m), a beautiful grassy area near the  stream. 5h30 walking. O/N Tents.

  • Day 07 Trek

    In the morning. You have superb views of the glacier. Thongo. Slowly climb to arrive in a beautiful valley surrounded by colorful rocks, quietly grazing yaks and other animals. These are the pastures of the village of Largyap. We  cross the village, the scenery is magnificent. This good day’s walk will take us to camp at a place called Larsay Spangpochey (4500m)  6hrs walking. O/N tents.

  • Day 08 Trek

    Challanging day to cross over the highest pass of the trek, Tia la (5420m), which can be seen in the distance. The climb start slowly but becomes more difficult as approaching towards the pass. The zig-zag path along the side of the mountain seens less difficult. Before reaching the pass some walk will be in the snow for about 20 min.

    From the pass the panoramic view of the surrounding picks is magnificent. After 1 hr distant we see four small lakes. Trek through the valley to a nice place to camp. Or in pastures grazed by yaks. Night at 4900m, at Dakstang Yokma. 8hrs walking O/N Tents

  • Day 09 Trek

    In the morning, the trek follows the left bank of the course down the river spectacular views of the scenery of this  valley. Walking is easy on the path that leads us to the village floor. Pleasant picnic area in a large meadow. Arrival at camp in the afternoon (4400m), located at Chutangmo. % hrs walking O/N in tents.

  • Day 10 Trek

    This morning we continue to descend along the river through this beautiful valley. We cross the old hamlet of Tia Dok, where there are very odl houses. After the descent, the valley opens on the present village  of Tia and her little monastery inhabited by Khatsa nuns. Upon arrival, strool in the village,  meeting with villages and visit the nunnery, where one has a superb view of the village of Temisgang. It is very picturesque, built on the a rock in the middle of green fields and apricot orchards. Camp at 3350m in an orchard of apricot trees.5 hrs walking O/N Tents

  • Day 11 Trek

    Continue hiking along the village, crossing tracks  at places. Then leave the track to follow a small path through green fields, then a small bridge we cross the stream that flows on the left, After crossing , it zigzags along a story path that leads to cervical Temong la at 3900m. from the pass, climbing gently to the left is the path that we will then follow the village to the right cervical  cham (4040m). from the pass lead to Skyndiyang our stop for the night. Hence we will take that on our right, easier than the left. Continue on the trail, crossing  source, and keeping our right we enter a V-shaped valley, where you can then see the remains of chortens above the village of Skyndiyang at 3640m where we will set our camp, after a steep descent for a few minutes.  4:30 hrs walking O/N tents

  • Day 12 Trek

    During this day, longer than the previous,  we cross several mountain passes, and will also the chance to experience spectacular mountain scenery, we will ascend by a small path on the right side above the village. The trail then crosses the stream, passes near old house, and continuous to rise straight zigzag  to the pass Sedhchan La (3950m). From the  pass, the view of snowy peaks is superb. The descent is easy, the trail continued to the right and finally reaches the green pastures to 3740mtr including grazing herds of Yaks. Still following the trail, we reach another small pass before descending to the fields of Dok Yarmu that can be seen on the left down below 3600mtr and where we can Picnic near a small stream.

    In the afternoon, we continue for a few minute along the river then the zigzag path ascends to the left of stiff peaks and finally reaches the pass Lamamo 3830mtr from the Pass. The view enchanting. The descent follows the same zigzag path half way down, there are two trails, one starting to the bottom of the valley, the other to the right, and we will follow through the small pass. Horses should be lower than to return from the other side and instead of our nice camp (3600mtr) in a meadow and around a big old tree. 5 hrs of Walking O/N Tents

  • Day 13 Trek

    Another long day of 6/7 hrs. From the camp we take a small green track following the river. The Trail than ascends along a stony path. We continue along the left bank and branch off to the right and claim the zigzag to the pass 83590mtrs. The Samun Agair from the top beautiful panorama. Descend generally towards a small rocky ridge that planges suddenly down on a hundred mtr. The trail continue to descent to the river and pastures, and then follows the left bank of the river. We go down until you see the track Dhomkhar the other side of the valley. Cross the river before c continue the ascent along the track until Domkhar motorized road appears. We leave the village behind us and join the camping spot near the stream at 3920mtr. 7 hrs of Walking O/N Tents.

  • Day 14 Trek

    In the morning we continue the ascent from the valley to the left, starting from a large cairn. We ascend the valley to the Col Tang La (4550m). The hike decomes steeper towerts top. At the pass, We turned on the right, we gain a little extra pass, the 47220m at The Yakra. The view is spectacular it bypasses the hill to the right before decending to Skyurbuchan Dok to the valley floor. The zigzag descent is quite steep in places before descending to valley floor. Once on the trail, we head to the right and arrive at our camp.

    6 hours of working O/N Tents.

  • Day 15 Trek

    At the end of our trek short hike to the trail that lends to the village of Skyurbuchan. We can visit in the afternoon the parton goddess of the monastery which known as Apchi Choski Dolma, Camp near village school in an apricot orchard.

    3:30 hour walking O/N Tents.

  • Day 16 Trek

    From the village of Skyurbuchan, day excursion to the village of Dha Hanu Area, 20km from the border with Pakistan. Dha Hanu is situated in the region of Kargil. The inhabitants of this region are pure indi-Aryan with your skin and clear blue eyes. They have probably descended  from Alexander the Great. They are about 2000, settled in five villages perched above the main bed of the Indus. They preserve on local cultures. Also they  grow delicious apricots, they cultivate various vegetables especially Potatoes, Peast tomatoes, etc…. in a very fertile land. They also plant many flowers and they  adorn their  cap, both women and men. Discover the villages, meet the inhabitants, understand their way of life, customs & traditions etc. By late afternoon, return to the village of Skyurbuchan O/N Tents

  • Day 17 Skyrbuchan - Leh

    Morning transfer to the main highway road going up the Indus, the”Lion River”, through the villages of Domkhar and Takmachik Sayse Dho. We arrive at the frok in Khalatse, and crossing the Indus by a large bridge, it leaves the vale and branch off right towards Lamayuru (3900m) and ascends by a series of hairpins’ on snake lake road to the impressive monastery & village of Lamayuru – the moonland. The monastery (Drikung-kargyuk) is located in an outstanding geological site, studied by many geologists, it has not yet reveal all its secrets. Late in the afternoon drive back to Leh along River Indus and stop short at Nimoos the confluence where the zansker river meets Indus river. O/N hotel.

  • Day 18 Day fee

    Day fee.

  • Day 19 Leh Airport - Delhi

    Early morning transfer to the airport taking the fights back home.

  • Costing

    Costing

    Per person

    Service Tax

    Minimum 2-4 person

    1550 USD nett

    4.7%