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Markha valley

Price 25000 ₹ * 24500 ₹ * 9 Days
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Markha valley

25000 ₹ * 24500 ₹ * per person

One of the famous and a common trek route is Markha Trek. Here the valleys you pass through are one of the isolated in Ladakh. To feel the complete isolation from the busy road and busy life and do some easy trek, we recommend this trek . The start from Chiling makes this Trek a gradual start (Options: You can choose Camping or Home stay)


9 Days
7+ Age
Day 1: Arrival in Leh
Coming straight to the altitude of min 3,200 m from a much lower place can cause some health problems. So to avoid that, we suggest our guest to take complete rest for a day to get acclimatised. Later there will be a briefing of the program by the agent or by the company representative. O/N in Leh
Day 2 : Leh Sightseeing.
Second day is good to get out doing some sightseeing because you are already acclimatized. So we will Start by visiting Hemis and Thiksey monastery at first and then Stok palace after a hot lunch at Chamba restaurant. O/N in Hote
Day 3: Leh to Chilling.
Early morning drive to Chilling and cross the river to the start the trek. From Chilling you will walk for 2 – 3hrs to reach skyu village. First day will be a gradual start to acclimatize properly. O/N at Camp Elevation Gain: 505 m  Elevation loss: -347 m Total Distance: 8.24 Kms
Day 4: Skyu to Markha
It's a very pleasant hike, up the Markha valley today with the trail crossing numerous streams. Markha is a quaint village with a deserted fort and a small village. O/N at Camp Elevation Gain: 1,267 m  Elevation loss: -840 m Total Distance: 19.9Kms
Day 5: Markha to Thoachungtse
From Markha the country changes and the warm, relatively heavily wooded sections of the lower Markha is left behind. We might need to cross the river several times as there are no bridges here. Hanker, en route, is the highest village in the Markha valley. O/N in Camp/ Home stay. Elevation Gain: 462 m Elevation loss: -191 m Total Distance: 11 Kms
Day 6: Thoachungtse to Nyimaling
Trek starts on a good path with several small inclines and a series of grassy ridges. There are a series of mani walls (walls carved with Buddhist prayers) and chortens en route. This is one of the most beautiful high valleys in Ladakh and is dominated by the Kangyatse peak. O/N in Camp/ Home stay Elevation Gain: 1,045 m Elevation loss: -233 m Total Distance: 9.63 Kms
Day 7: Nyimaling to Shang Sumdo via Kongmaru la pass (5,100m) then to Leh.
After breakfast start trekking to reach Kongmaru La (5100m). The trek to Kongmaru-La passes through narrow gorges. At the top of the pass, you can get the view of the Ladakh range and the villages of the Indus valley to the north. Cross the pass and proceed to Shang Sumdo. O/N at Camp/ Home stay Elevation Gain: 575 m Elevation loss: -1,603 m Total Distance: 13.6 Kms
Day 8: Leh – Sham region – Leh 124 Kms / 5-6 hrs
After the breakfast drive for full day sightseeing to the Alchi Temple, Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Hall of Fame museum and Sangam (Confluence of Zanskar & Indus River) O/N in Leh  
Day 9: Departure
Morning, transfer to the Leh airport for your flight to Delhi. It is a spectacular flight of one hour by around noon you reach to your Delhi hotel. If time allows, we can also organise a small sightseeing of the city.
  1. Good experienced route guide
  2. Cook & Porters
  3. Helpers who will help in kitchen and in pitching/folding the tents.
  4. Comfortable client tent.
  5. Dining & Kitchen tent.
  6. Pick and drop by jeep to the starting and finishing point of the trek
  7. Stay in Leh on MAP
  8. Entry fee at the monasteries
  9. All time food will be served during trek
  10. Trekking and wildlife fee
  11. Camping fee
  12. Oxygen Cylinder
  13. Ponies (except on homestay package)
  1. Sleeping Bags For minus 30 Degree (will be provided by us on demand)
  2. Sun Screen / Lotion
  3. Walking Sticks
  4. Down Jackets, Thermals
  5. Water Bottle
  6. Trekking Shoes (Recommended)
  7. Hat,
  8. Gloves
  9. Flesh light
  10. Good quality warm Jackets.
  11. Travel or any type of insurance
  12. Beverages (alcoholic or non alcoholic)
  13. Tips
  14. Any sort of expenses arising due to anything medical or anything else
  15. Personal porter or pony (although can be provided on demand)
  1. Back pack & rain cover
  2. Walking stick Advisable if you are used to it
  3. Head torch 1 Nos. (Hand torch would be an alternative)
  4. Water bottle/Hydration pack
  5. Snacks Energy bars, dry fruits, electoral
  6. Personal Medical Kit consulted by your doctor
  7. Pair of Waterproof gloves
  8. Sun cap
  9. Woollen cap.
  10. Neck-gaiters. (Optional)
  11. Sunglass (U/V protected)
  12. Trek pants
  13. T-shirts Full sleeves
  14. Down Jacket
  15. Wind & waterproof jacket & pant 1 Pair
  16. Thermal inners 1 Pair
  17. Trekking shoes 1 Pair (Waterproof with grip for crampons)
  18. Floaters/flip-flops 1 Pair (Optional)
  19. Cotton socks 2 pairs
  20. Woollen socks 2 pairs
  21. Gumboots Required only for Chadar trek
  22. Sunscreen cream
  23. Hand sanitiser
  24. Moisturiser
  25. Antibacterial powder
  26. Lip balm
  27. Toothbrush and toothpaste
  28. Toilet Paper & wipes
  29. Quick dry towel