Lamayuru to Stok Kangri Trek

Expeditors have always been fascinated with the Himalayas, right? If you want to enjoy the breathtaking views of Leh and Ladakh, Lamayuru to Stok Kangri Trek provides at a close distance, then the Lamayuru to Stok Kangri Trek is for you. The best part about Lamayuru to Stok Kangri Trek is that it can be undertaken by both amateurs and experts alike. The Stok Kangri peak can be enter from the Markha Valley of Ladakh. The Lamayuru to Stok Kangri Trek takes you through several villages located at high altitudes as well as a part of Hemis National Park, where you might be lucky to spot a few animals.

Altitude: 6150m, 20,177ft
Best Season: Mid-June to September
Difficulty Level: Moderate

Padum to Darcha Trek

Can you imagine exploring the different topographies of Ladakh in just one trek called Padum to Darcha Trek. That’s what the Padum to Darcha Trek, one of the best treks to go in Ladakh, offers. Padum to Darcha Trek is quite interesting to know that this trek is quite popular among the Europeans. The steepest point in the trek is the Shingo La which stands at 16,568 feet. As for the special experience of natural beauty during Padum to Darcha Trek, that awaits you in the form of the Gombu Rangjom rock, where the yaks can be seen grazing in pastures full of wild flowers. Oh, and the Padum to Darcha Trek also covers a point which the Indians are emotionally attached to, Kargil.

Altitude: 5000m, 16,404ft
Best Season: June - September
Difficulty Level: Easy

Rules and Permissions for Trekking in Ladakh

Before you decide to go ladakh trekking and want to explore these famous tourist destination in Ladakh, there are some rules which you should be know. Trekking in the areas around Nubra Valley of Ladakh and Tso Moriri needs you to obtain an Inner Line Permit (ILP). This can be acquired with the help of spiritual trek in Leh. If you decide to go on the Stok Kangri Trek of Ladakh, you will have to acquire a permit from the Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF) and we are here to help you. The office of the IMF is located near Chanspa Road in Leh. Trekking in the Hemis National Park also needs you to obtain a permit from the dhaba below Rumbak village.