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Hemis to Tsomoriri Trek via Rupsho

The Changthang, eastern deserted flat land, lies at an average altitude of 4500m in Tibetan plateau bordering China in the east and himachal in the south and Leh in the west. Changthang consist of Rupsho, Samad Rokchan and Pangong areas. The Changthang is the home to the Chagpa Nomads and 700 species of medicinal and wild plants are recorded. The high altitude lakes of Tokar (Salt Lake), Tsomoriri and Pangong Lakes are breeding ground for rare birds like Black necked crane and other migratory birds ruddy shelduck, sand piper and grassland for Kyang (Tibetan Wild Ass) and Blue Sheeps. The trek starts from the famous Hemis monastery around 45 kms away from Leh near the Indus valley river and enters Rupsho crossing the Kongmaru La (5110m). While trekking you pass through beautiful pasture lands, high passes with spectacular views of mountain rages and snow capped peaks, high altitude lakes with migratory birds, groups of wild animals and Yak wool made Nomadic tents (Rebo) and Smiling People. ..

Trip Details

Programs

  • Day 1
    Leh to Hemis to Shang Sumdo.
  • Day 2
    Shang Sumdo to Lartsa
  • Day 3
    Lartsa to Nimaling via Kongmaru 5130m
  • Day 4
    Nimaling to Yakrupal
  • Day 5
    Yakrupal to Sogra via Zalungkarpo La (5100m)
  • Day 6
    Sogra to Dat
  • Day 7
    Dat to Lungmochey
  • Day 8
    Lungmochey to Pangmur
  • Day 9
    Pangmur to Numa
  • Day 10
    Numa to Daktago
  • Day 11
    Daktago to Zozinggo via Thalakung La (4900m)
  • Day 12
    Zozinggo to Gyama via Lanyarla (5500m)
  • Day 13
    Gyama to Korzok Phu via Nyalangnyugu La (5100m)
  • Day 14
    Korzok Phu to Tsomoriri Lake
  • Day 15
    Tsomoriri to Leh (Drive)
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