Markha Valley Trek

20 Days
  • Trip Code: MT-IN-MRKV1
  • Trip Type: Trekking
  • Max. Altitude: Kongmaru - La ( 5030 mts.)
  • Travel Mode: Drive

The trek begins after crossing the bridge on the Indus river below the Spituk Monastery involving trekking through very arid areas and enables to experience directly the life styles of the Ladakhi villagers who still practice ancient forms of Buddhism and lives within the shadow of the local Monastery. The trail crosses the high but gentle Ganda – la (4850 m) and descends to Markha Valley which commands a magnificent views of Kang Yaze/ Nimaling peaks. The next few days are spent following the Markha River upstream passing through under – populated villages until we climb to the high valley of Nimaling. After crossing Kngmaru -la, trek ends at Hemis – famous for its monastery, which is headquarters of the Drupka (old Buddhist) order and administers monasteries throughout the whole of Ladakh. Optional – From Hankar trek through the pastures of Tachatchustse and arrive at the base of Kang Yatze. Leaving early morning Peak (6400m) can be climbed without any major difficulty and can return to the base camp. (Ice axe, Crampons required).

Delhi – Spituk (trek begins) – Rumbak – Base Gandala ( 4700 Mts. )- Skio – Markha – Hankar – Nimaling – Kongmarula ( 5030 Mts. ) – Chogdo – Hemis (trek ends) – Leh- Delhi.

Trip Code MT-IN-MRKV1
Trip Duration 20 Days
Trip Type Trekking
Trip Grade Difficult
Min Group Size 1+
Max Altitude Kongmaru - La ( 5030 mts.)
Trip Start Delhi
Trip End Delhi
Best Season June to October
Transportaion Drive
Meals 3 meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Acommodation 2-3 Star Hotel accomodation in Kathmandu.
Lodge or Camping accomodation during trekking.
Service Includes/Excludes
Trip includes:
  • All airport pick-up and drop-off services by private A/C car or van
  • Entry permit for National Park in any
  • Trekking guide
  • Porter
  • Three meals (breakfast, lunch & dinner)
  • Lodge accommodations and/or Camping arrangements during trek
  • Insurance and equipment for guide and porters
  • First aid kit
  • One farewell dinner with live Nepalese cultural performance.
Trip does not include:
  • Personal nature expenses
  • Drinks, beverages, hot shower, etc.
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips
  • Entrance fees while sightseeing
  • Meals & hotel accommodation in Kathmandu

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