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Tsomoriri to Spiti

Price 1 ₹ * 15 Days
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Tsomoriri to Spiti

1 ₹ * per person

Apart from trekking in Ladakh itself , we also trek from Ladakh to the state of Himachal.One of the most common trek is Tsomoriri to Kiber , the village that lies in the state of Himachal. The trek takes you to the world of wilderness and the places beyond imagination. This trek can also be continued straight from Rumtse village and continuing from Tsomoriri to Kiber Village via Parangla.

Leh & Spiti
Best time
May to Sept End
Trekking and wildlife fee required
Yes for both Indians and Foreigners
Difficulty Level
Trekking option
Camping Only

  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

15 Days
10+ Age
Day 1: : Arrival at Leh Airport. You will be escorted to the Hotel by our Company representative.
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 acclimatized. Later there will be a briefing of the program by the agent or by the company representative. O/N in Hotel
Day 2: Drive to Hemis and Thiksey monastery and have lunch at Chamba restaurant at Thiksey. Drive to Stok palace after the lunch.
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 Hotel
Day 3 : Leh to Korzok (Tsomoriri Lake) 7-8 hrs
A relaxed day at the lake where we get to walk around this beautiful lake 24 Km long lake at an altitude of 4242 meters. During this season we get to see thousands of migratory birds gliding on the lake which include geese, duck while around the lake you can spot the resident species of white-winged redstart, robin accentor, Asian martin, white-throated dipper and finches
Day 4 : Korzok to Kyangdam (4595m) 5 hrs.
Today you will walk from Korzok to another end of the Lake with a few ups and downs. O/N in Camp
Day 5 :Kyangdam to Skitpodangsa (4563m) or Nurboo Sumdo (4-5 hrs.)
This day is again an easy walking on the flat ground to Nurboo Sumdo. Pass through spring (Chumik Sharte) and the campsite is a deep ground near the river and spring. O/N in Camp
Day 6 : Skitpodangsa or Nurbo Sumdo to Getpabuzak (4600m) 5-6 hrs.
If you camp at Nurboo Sumdo don’t forget to carry sandal with you for water crossing. O/N in Camp
Day 7 : Getpabuzak to Tarangyokma (4731m) 4-5 hrs.
This day is again straightforward walking along the river with on the rolling plateau before the Valley widens. O/N in Camp.
Day 8 :Tarangyokma to Kharsagongma (4900m) or Parang la base (Bubnen) (5089m) 3-4 hrs
If you are in big group its ideal to camp at Kharsagongma as there is space for only a few tents. O/N in Camp
Day 9 : Kharsagongma to Takkarzong (4850m) via Parang La (5588m)
Cross the river immediate after leaving the Camp . As you walk upwards, craves become very narrow from where you can cross the glacier . O/N in Camp
Day 10 : Takkarzong to Thangltak (4500m) 4-5 hrs.
It’s vertical walking down to the Parangchu and remains walking at the same level along the Paranghu to the east for sometimes before you take another exhausting Climb to Thangltak. Kibber is just another 3 hours walk from here. O/N in Camp
Day 11 : Thangltak to Kibber 3 hrs.
Take the straight trail towards east with gentle ascend. From the highest point you will walk steep down to bridge with a few zigzag trails. Cross the bridge and reach Kibber village. O/N in Guesthouse.
Day 12 : Kibber to Manali
Day 13 : Manali to Delhi
Day 14 : Departure to Delhi


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