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Stok Kangri 6,125m (Closed for Now)

Price 7 Days
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Stok Kangri 6,125m (Closed for Now)

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                           An easy and a high peak is what Stok Kangri (6,160 m) is famous for. People from young ages to the elder can join this expedition. And one good thing about it is that, you can also chose to start from different point or villages like from Shang via Matho phu, from Rumbak via Stok la or from Stok village itself. This is one good peak of chance for the people who want to climb their first peak in the Himalaya. “An expedition to remember and an achievement to feel proud of”

Best time
June to Sept End
Mountaineering Fee
Yes for both Indians and Foreigners
Trekking and wildlife fee required
Yes for both Indians and Foreigners
Difficulty Hard
Trekking option
Camping Only
    7 Days
    10+ Age
    Day 1: Arrival
    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.
    Day 2: 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. Overnight in Hotel
    Day 3 : Leh to Zingchen drive and trek till Yurutse.
    It's a gradual climb from Zinchen to Rumbak. From here you can enjoy the fabulous views of the snow capped Stok Mountains. We will move along the Rumbak Nala towards the village. At Yurutse village you will find small fields of barley and potatoes. Overnight in Camp/Home stay.
    Day 4: Rumbak to Mankarmo
    Day 5: Acclimatisation day
    We will make an early start and reach base camp with still most of the day to rest. And then we will have lunch and take a short climb from base camp for better acclimatization. We will climb a further 100 m and then come back down again to get an early night in preparation for tomorrow's summit attempt. O/N in Camp
    Day 6: Base Camp to Summit (6,125m), 9-10hrs and Back to the Base/Mankarmo
    We will start climbing in the early hours of the morning to avail of the best weather conditions and a possible sunrise at the summit. First we climb onto a ridge, which leads to a large glacier. After crossing the glacier we ascend steeply to the summit. This last leg is the most difficult and takes a lot of physical and mental strength. The panoramic view from the summit is second to none. To the north-west the Karakoram Range, including K2 (8611 m), seems endless. One can also see the Zanskar Range. O/N in Camp
    Day 7: Mankarmo to Stok village and then to Leh
    From base camp we descend all the way to Stok village. This is a great walk passing by numerous ruins of old forts and castles. It takes about six hours to reach Stok village where we are met by waiting vehicles. We then drive one hour back to Leh. Enjoy and celebrate the evening. O/N in Hotel
    Day7: Departure (End of the Tour)
    Package Includes
    1. Proper Certified climbing guide
    2. Asst. guide if needed
    3. Climbing gears like rope,crampon,Ice axe,helmet etc
    4. Cook & Porters
    5. Helpers who will help in kitchen and in Pitching/Folding the tents.
    6. Comfortable good quality tent.
    7. Dining & Kitchen tent.
    8. Pick and drop by jeep to the starting and finishing point of the trek
    9. Stay in Leh on MAP
    10. Entry fee at the monasteries
    11. All time food will be served during the expedition
    12. Trekking and wildlife fee
    13. Camping fee
    14. Oxygen Cylinder
    15. Ponies (except on homestay package)
    Package Excludes
    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/climbing shoes (with crampon grip)
    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)
    Trekking Essentials
    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 …..etc
    29. Quick dry towel