Zanskar-Lamayuru Trek

* In the world’s highest plateau, moonscapes, cultural journey, high passes,
* Absolute wilderness, in the far flung pockets of the Himalayan valleys,
* In the ancient caravan silk route


HimEx introduces one of the longest trekking in the Northern India around Manali, Himalchal Pradesh towards further north at Ladakh in the state of Kashmir province, this is one of the most adventurous and remarkable trekking in absolute wilderness on the rough trails with captivating magnificent scenery of the snow capped peaks and landscapes the route leads which links Darcha in Lahaul with Padum in Zanskar and Lamayuru in Ladakh. On trek with time to visit Phuktal monastery which is built under a huge cave, Sani gompa, Mani gompa, Burdan Gompa, Karsha Gompa, Lingshed Gompa and Lamayuru Gompa.

This adventure reaches as high as 5,100 mtrs, the path crosses several passes Shingo la 5,100 mtrs, Perfi la, Hunuma la 4,800 mtrs, Sengge la 5,060 mtrs, Sirsir la and Prinkiti la. The walk passes through old pack horse trail, shepherds track, and ancient route. The path leads to cross several large rivers of Chandra, Bhaga, Tsarap, Doda, Zanskar and Indus Zanskar the walk traverses one of the classic trekking route of the Western Himalayan region, this adventure begins with a 7 hrs drive to Palamu over Rohtang pass 3,978 m the gateway to Lahoul, Spiti, Pangi and Zanskar valleys.

Overnight camp at Palamu the starting point of this trekking and exploration adventure continues crossing Shingo La pass 5,090 m to get into Zanskar,

This wonderful journey leads to isolated remote rural villages and oasis, ancients monasteries perched on the top of the villages, Phuktaand  Karsha and Lingshed are some of the prominent monasteries, trekking in the midst of spectacular extensive lunar landscape, high passes,  ever changing colours traversing deep gorges with its rivulets that drain the farm land, the warm friendly people living in the valley are called Zanskari, grows one crop a year and lives with their domestic animal Yaks and pashmina goats.

This mesmerizing adventure finally ends in the valley of Indus, from transfer by vehicle to Leh the capital of Ladakh which was once an important destination for the silk route.

Outline Itinerary:
Day 01: Arrive in Delhi via respective airlines.
Day 02: Train journey to Chandigarh with a drive to Mandi.
Day 03: Drive to Manali 1,900 m 3-4 hrs.
Day 04: In Manali free day.
Day 05: Drive Manali to Palamu - 8 hours.
Day 06: Trek to Zanskar Sumdo (3,860 m / 12,738 ft) - 5 to 6 hours.
Day 07: Trek to High Camp at 4,500 m / 14.850 ft 6 -7 hours.
Day 08: Trek to Lakong Sumdo (4,400 m / 14,435 ft/) over Shingo-la - 8 hours.
Day 09: Trek to Kargiakh (4,100 m -13,450 ft/) - 6 to 7 hours.
Day 10: Trek to Purne (3,745 m / 12,290 ft) 8 to 9 hours.
Day 11: Hike to Phuktal and back to Purne 4 hours.
Day 12: Trek to Tsetang 3,550 m 3 hours.
Day 13: Trek to Icchar village pastureland camp 4500 m. 5- 6 hours.
Day 14: Trek to Dokmo Sumdo 4,700 m 6-7 hours.
Day 15: Trek to Base at Niru Sumdo 4,450 m. 6-7 hours.
Day 16: Trek over Tongde La at 5,050 m and to Tongde 3,500 m 5-6 hrs.
Day 17: Trek to Karsha via Padum (3,200 m / 10,500 ft) 5 hours.
Day 18: Trek to Pishu (3,200 m / 10,500 ft) 5 hours.
Day 19: Trek to Hanumil (3,352 m / 10,995 ft) 5 hours.
Day 20: Trek to Snertse (3,750 m / 12,300 ft) over Parfi-La - 6 hours.
Day 21: Trek to Lingshed (3,800 m / 12,464 ft) over Hanuma-La - 9 hours.
Day 22: Rest day at Lingshed.
Day 23: Trek to the foot base of Singi-La (3,990 m / 13,090 ft) - 6 hours:
Day 24: Trek to Photoksar (3,700 m / 12,135 ft) over Singi La - 7 hours:
Day 25: Trek to Hanupatta (/3,450 m / 11,316 ft) over Sirsir La - 7 hours:
Day 26: Drive to Hanupatta via Wanla 3,090 m & Lamayuru 3,364m and to Leh - 6 hours:
Day 27: In Leh free at leisure for sightseeing tour.
Day 28: Fly to Delhi.
Day 29: International Departure for homeward bound.
Day 01: Arrive in DELHI via respective airlines.  
  On reaching at Delhi International Airport meet our staff and representative and transfer to Hotel with time to visit the local market.
Day 02:

Train to CHANDIGARH and drive to MANDI.

  Morning free in the afternoon time after lunch transfer to New Delhi Railway station in time to board Shatabdi Express at 06 :45 hrs and then reaching in Chandigarh at 10: 45hrs. From here you will be assisted at the railway station for a drive for five hours to Mandi for the overnight stop.
Day 03:  
Drive to MANALI 1,900 m / 6,324 ft  6-7 hrs journeys.  
  Early breakfast for the drive to Manali, the journey takes+- about seven hours, stopping on route for lunch, on arrival at Manali check in to the Hotel High Land or similar.
Day 04: In MANALI free day at leisure.
  Manali one of the scenic hill towns in Himalchal Pradesh after Simla an interesting town with colorful bazaar and parks situated in the mid alpine zone of the western Himalayan range of mountains. In Manali time to relax and undertake walks to the Hadimba Temple situated in the pine forests close to the hotel, cisit Old Manali situated on the far bank of the Manaslu River and to Vashisht village, famous for its hot springs, on the far side of the Byas River.
Day 05: Drive to PALAMU - 8 hours.
  Morning drive from Manali to Palamu leads over the Rohtang La at 3,300 m / 13,050 ft, passing through Keylong, the district headquarters of Lahoul, overnight camp and prepare for the trek at Palamu.
Day 06: Trek to ZANSKAR SUMDO 3,860 m / 12,738 ft - 5 to 6 hours.
  From Pal Lhamo the first day trekking follows a well-established trail through widespread boulders and moraine fields to the overnight camp. Zanskar Sumdo 3,860 metres junction and the confluence of the Darcha River and the valley leading towards Shingo La.
Day 07: Trek to HIGH CAMP 4,500 m / 14.850 ft, 6 -7 hours.
  From the campsite there is a short steep ascent, the entering a narrow rocky valley and a pass passing through several shepherd huts, as the uphill walk progress the valley widens offering views of the many snow-capped peaks and hanging glaciers before reaching the overnight camp in the vicinity of Chumik.
Day 08:

Trek to LAKONG SUMDO 4,400 m over SHINGO LA - 8 hours:

  Today a long day trekking following the Jhankar Nala which gradually leads up to a hill path to the Shingo La at 5,091 m / 16,700 ft to the left of an old glacier.

After reaching the top a steep descent leads to a meadow above Lakong Sumdo, a summer pasture for sheep and yaks, where the overnight camp is set with a cold mountain stream to cross and then entering the Zanskar area.

Day 09:
Trek to KARGIAKH 4,100 m / 13,450 ft - 6 to 7 hours.
  The trekking today is in the mid leading faint path going downhill on a mass of fallen rocks then crossing several streams, passing beneath the face of Gumburanjon Peak and continue walk on an easy descent towards the village of Kargiakh, on the right bank of the Kargiakh river, a beautiful day's walk crossing high meadows strewn with wild flowers, overnight camp is set near the village.
Day 10: Trek to PURNE 3,745 m / 12,290 ft - 8 to 9 hours.
  Today’s walk continues on the right bank of the Kargiakh River, a major tributary of the Sarap Chu, on this gradual path, before the small village of Tandze, there is a bridge across to the left bank. The walking is quite monotonous across the moraine terrain with a slight ascend leading to Kuru, a village of livestock breeders. From here an excellent path leads steadily down to the beautiful village of Testha and continues downward to the river, staying on the left bank and then climbing gently up to Jal. A steep descent leads to a large bridge across to reach the village of Purne, at the confluence of the Kargiakh Nala and  Sarap Chu, where the overnight camp is set.
Day 11:

Trek to PHUKTAL and back to PURNE -  4 hours:

  Today a hike to Phuktal staying another nights at Purne free from the hassle of packing, the walk leads up the left bank of the Sarap Chu into a gorge, then crossing a bridge and reaching at the confluence of the Tsarap Chu and a small tributary with clear blue water, going up a rocky ledge and then turning left.

From here the most spectacular sights in Zanskar, the Phuktal monastery. Cross a series of chortens, climbing steadily to Phuktal. The gompa belongs to the Gelug-pa  (yellow hat) sect of Tibetan Buddhism and is built inside a massive cave, blackened over the ages by soot. The spring that gurgles deep in the cave is still out of bounds to women. Return back to Purne for the overnight camp.

Day 12: Trek to TSETANG 3550 m   3 hours
  Morning walk back till the bridge then cross the Tsarap Chu again and follow the narrow path on the left of the Trarap River, this track leads right in the middle of the Zanskar gorge, justifying its local name – Lugnak (Dark Gorge) on this walk  passing through small hamlets along the trail and the overnight camp is situated in one these small hamlet of Tsetang with time for side trek up in the meadows where horses are left for grazing and this area is famous for Ibex habitat one can see them grazing in herds sometimes.
Day 13: Trek to ICCHAR VILLAGE PASTURELAND (4,500 m. 5- 6 hours).
  Today’s walk leads to the left along the Tsarap Chu in Zanskar Gorge till Ichar
3-4 hrs. Care and precaution should be taken as sometimes rock falls might occur due to Ibex activities on the higher meadows. Crossing the bridge to the Ichar Village, then the trail continues with a gradual climb through a gorge along a stream, this is villager’s route for summer pastures, from Ichar taking another 2 -3 hrs to camp between the two streams.
Day 14: Trek to DOKMO SUMDO 4700 m, 6-7 hours.
  Now the route slowly climbs through zigzags on a trail of scree (which keeps changing) to a pass at 5,200 m. The top of the pass offers stunning views to all four directions after 3-4 hrs walk then a steep descent for another half an hrs, before the route turns gradual, another hour to the left of the valley to reach the overnight camp by the stream.
Day 15: Trek to the Base of NIRU SUMDO 4,450 m, 6-7 hours.
The journey continues following the trail down by the stream with many alpine shrubs along the way for nearly 2 hrs, then crossing the stream which needs attention as its stony surface is very slippery, then reaching a small meadow.

From here the route now swerve along the stream which is comes from the Tongde La side in a gorge. This path keeps on changing time to time due to the fast flow of the stream, taking another 3-4 hrs to reach overnight camp, here the camp side is dry and full of gravel.

Day 16: Trek over TONGDE LA 5,050 m and to TONGDE 3,500 m 5-6 hrs.
  Today our route leads to cross the stream to the right then climbing up to the pass for about 3 hrs. The top of the pass has glaciers and offers captivating views of the Padum and Tongde. From here the walk descends to steep path for an hour. The view of the valley towards Padum will be visible throughout the trek, taking another hour to the overnight camp near Monastery.
Day 17:

Trek to KARSHA via PADUM 3,200 m / 10,500 ft 4 hours.

  Journey continues this morning heading towards Pibiting, on the dusty plain towards the Doda River, then cross a new bridge over the river and then the route climbs towards Karsha which has a beautiful 15th centaury Gelug-pa monastery from here an easy stretch walk on the dusty bank of the Zanskar River, overnight camp near the Karsha village.
Day 18: Trek to PISHU 3,200 m / 10,500 ft, 5 hours.

Today the walk is an easy stretch on the hot and dusty bank of the Zanskar River, just near Pishu making a small detour to see the longest hanging 55 m bridge over the Zanskar. The trek finally leads to Zangla, from where a trail goes to Padum via Tsazar and Thongde, overnight camp is set below the village of Pishu.
Day 19: Trek to HANUMIL 3,352 m / 10,995 ft - 5 hours:
  Adventure continues on the left bank, the walk is on the gradual path - sometimes along the river, across the moraines plateau, then crossing a bridge before Pidmo and continue to the tiny village of Hanumil, with two houses, owned by the same family, overnight camp is set in a beautiful willow grove.
Day 20: Trek to SNERTSE 3,750 m /12,300 ft over PARFI LA - 6 hours.
  From Hanumil after an hour walk cross a small stream on the left and then begin a steep climb away from the Zanskar river, which at this point forms a deep gorge, across a plateau, to the foot of the Parfi La 3,900 m /12,795 ft. which is a steep and arduous climb up the pass, sometimes the mules and ponies may have difficulty in crossing the pass when there is snow. From here a steep descent leads to the Oma Chu, a tributary of the Zanskar River, with crystal clear water and willow trees bordering both the banks - an excellent rest stop, then cross a bridge with an uphill of 500-meter sandy slope, from where wonderful views can be seen, continuing along the slope to the sheep folds of Snertse, where overnight camp is set.
Day 21: Trek to LINGSHED 3,800 m / 12,464 ft over HANUMA LA - 9 hours.
Trek today a long walk and a tiring day, involves a long gradual ascent, through a gorge, past a sheepfold, towards Hanuma La 4,700 m /15,420 ft, from the top of the pass breathtaking views. In the distance one can view Lingshed monastery, which is a good 4 to 5-hour walk away, from here a thousand-meter steep descent, is followed by a 300-meter climb along the mountainside. From this small pass, it is an easy descent towards Lingshed, overnight camp is set near the monastery.
Day 22: At LINGSHED Rest day.
  Rest day for local hike or at leisure visit the Gelug-pa (yellow-hat) sect of Tibetan Buddhism Lingshed gompa, the monastery complex clings to the mountainside, rising tier upon tier from the valley floor. Lingshed village is one of the more prosperous in Ladakh, is well spread out, with houses surrounded by rich barley fields.
Day 23: Trek to the foot of SINGI LA 3,990 m / 13,090 ft - 6 hours.
  A gradual climb this morning leads to Murgum La at 4,100 m /13,450 ft, the walk continues along the slope with striking views of the valley of Nierag on the opposite bank of the Zanskar, a gentle descent leads towards the village of Gongma 3,840 m / 12,600 ft and Siumpta followed by a steep climb as far as the Kiupa La 3,850 m /12,630 ft. From here the route climbs gradually along the mountainside up to the foot of the Singi La, where overnight camp is set.
Day 24:
Trek to PHOTOKSAR 3,700 m / 12,135 ft over SINGI LA - 7 hours.
Morning walk leads to a steep climb to the Singi La at 5,000 m / 16,405 ft which takes almost two hours, then continue a short descent into a broad valley. The walk leads to a gentle climb towards the Bumiktse La at 4,200 m / 13,780 ft offering wonderful views of the surrounding landscapes and of the snow capped peaks, downhill trek from here towards Photoksar, a nice village at the base of the huge mountain walls. There is an abandoned gompa some 20 minutes away above the village; overnight camp is set on the banks of the river, half an hour's walk beyond.
Day 25: Trek to HANUPATTA 3,450 m / 11,316 ft over SIRSIR LA - 7 hours.
  From this village, morning walk leads to a gentle climb to a large chorten, followed by a long ascent of Sirsir La 4,800 m / 15,750 ft, an easy descent journey takes to the river, crossing onto the left bank and then descend into a stony valley. Overnight camp is set a short distance before the village of Hanupatta.
Day 26:
Drive to HANUPATTA via WANLA /3,090 m /10,135 ft & LAMAYURU 3,364m / 11,033 ft and finally to LEH -  6 hours:
  After an adventurous memorable long trekking this trip ends with a drive to Leh from Hanupatta, the ride continues across the slope until it enters the gorge, at the junction of the rivers, chortens and prayer flags are seen, then going down and up to a bridge across the Yapola and on to Phenjilla. A little beyond the village, cross onto the left bank and continue on a flat stretch to Wanla. There is a beautiful gompa here worth visiting as time permits. The drive continues to the monastery of Lamayuru - amongst the oldest and largest gompa in Ladakh and an important centre of Buddhist learning. It also houses a large collection of antiquities and is particularly renowned for its fine collection of thangkhas (Buddhist scroll paintings)m after the visit in the monastery drive to Leh for the finally part of this mesmerizing journey. Over night at Hotel La Ri Mo or similar.
Day 27: 

In LEH at leisure for sightseeing tour at places of interest.

In Leh, the major highlights for sightseeing tour is visiting Shey, Thiksey and Hemis monastery & Palaces.

Shey Palace is built in 1645 A.D. by Deldan Namgyal as a summer residence for the kings of Ladakh. It is the oldest palace in Ladakh and above the palace is an even older ruined fortress. Hundreds of chortens of all shapes and sizes stand below the palace and gompa. These chortens demonstrate the interest taken in Shey by the Ladakhi kings and queens who succeeded Shey's original builder.

Thiksey Gompa is the most picturesquely situated monastery in Ladakh, perched high on a hill above the Indus. Its buildings are arranged at various levels, leading up to the private apartments of the incarnate lamas on the summit. From here one commands a magnificent view of the valley. The gompa possesses a rich and beautiful collection of hundreds of hand-written or painted prayer books.

Hemis Gompa is one of the most important in Ladakh, the largest and also the wealthiest. The king-architect Singe Namgyal, a great patron of Buddhism, built it in 1620. He filled Hemis with golden statues, stupas set with precious stones and thangkhas brought from many places, including Tibet.

Day 28: Fly to DELHI afternoon at leisure.
  As per the flight time our staff will transfer you to Leh airport for the flight to Delhi, on arrival in Delhi our representative will receive and transfer you to respective Hotels. In Delhi please inform our staff for sightseeing options.
Day 29:

International Departure.  

  As per the flight time you will be transferred to airport in time to connect the International flight for homeward flight.
Price includes following services:
 1.  Accommodation sharing twin at Hotel in New Delhi, Mandi, Manali and Leh as per itinerary on full board basis. (Except in New Delhi, on Bed & Breakfast basis only)
 2.  Airport transfers in New Delhi and Leh.
 3.  Guided sightseeing tour of Manali and Leh with applicable entrance fees.
 4.. Internal flight Leh to New Delhi.
 5.  Train journey from New Delhi to Chandigarh.
 6.  Local transportation as per itinerary by private vehicle.
 7.  Trekking & camping arrangement backed by crew on full board basis.
 8.  Applicable Permit & Entry Fees.
 9.  Insurance for crew.
Our price does not include followings:
 1.  International flights to / from New Delhi.
 2.  India entry visa fees.
 3.  Travel, Medical and Personal insurance.
 4.  Rescue evacuation in case of emergency.
 5.  Personal clothing and personal trekking gear including sleeping bag & down jacket.
 6.  Expenses of personal nature, i.e. tipping, laundry, bottled drinks, bar bills etc.
 7.  Any expense for early returning member due sickness, injury or any other reason. No refund will be entertained for any unused service.
 8.  Extra expense occurred due to unexpected circumstances like cancellation of internal flights, floods, strike etc.

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Trip Facts
  • Trip Name : Zanskar-Lamayuru Trek
  • Trip Duration : 29 Days
  • Trip Grade : Adventurous/Challenging
  • Trip Date :
  • Activity : Trek and Walks
  • Highest Altitude : 5100 m
  • Month : July to September