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Twin Peaks summit trek Ladakh

Twin Peaks summit trek Ladakh, includes 2 6000m aboove peak Stok Kangri & Kang Yatse 2 or shoulder. Both of these are classified as trekking summit. Being a serious trekker, this itinerary can offer you the thrill of mountaineering and an altitude exposure beyond 6000m. And obviously the way to reach the base camp is the magical silk route of Markha Valley

 

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Base camp Leh, J&K, India


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Event Itinerary


Max Altitude:6200 m

Day 1 Arrival Day: Arrival at Leh – Afternoon after lunch Visit Hall of fame & Shanti stupa. At evening briefing of itinerary. Stay at Leh.

Day 2 Acclimatization day: A travel through an age-old culture of Ladakh monasteries and History. Stay at Post Lunch acclimatization walk to Leh Palace and Tsemo Namgyal Monastery.

Day 3 Trek day: Start early morning drive from Leh to Chiling 55Km. Chilling (3200m) to Skiu(3400m), (3-4) hours trek.

Day 4 Trek day: Skiu to Markha trek for 5 – 6 hours. Camp at Markah 3700m.

Day 5 Trek day: Markha to Thochungtse trekking, 5-6 hours. Stay at a campsite,4200m.

Day 6 Trek day: Thochungtse to Nimaling trekking (4-5 Hrs). Stay at the campsite,4720m.

Day 7 Trek day: Trek from Nimaling to Kang Yatse Basecamp 3 hrs. Stay at base camp 5150m

Day 8 Orientation day: Orientation and acclimatization day. Prepare for the summit tomorrow.

Day 9 Trek day: Base Camp ( 5000m ) to Summit ( 6200m) to Base Camp ( 5000m), 7 – 8 hours. Get down to Nimaling Valley.

Day 10 Reserve day: Reserve day for the summit.

Day 11 Trek day: Nimaling to Chuskirmo ( 4140m) trekking 5-6 hrs. Via Kongmaru La – 5130m.

Day 12 Trek day: Chuskirmo to Shang Phu ( 4250m), 8 kms trek, 4 – 5 hours.

Day 13 Trek day: Shang Phu ( 4250m) to Gangpoche (4450m) via Shang La (5000 m), 12 kms trek, 6 – 7 hrs.

Day 14 Trek day: Gangpoche (4450m) to Stok Kangri Base Camp (5050m), via Matho La ( 5100m ), 13 kms trek, 6 – 7 hrs.

Day 15 Trek day: Stok Knagri Summit Day, 14 kms, 10 – 11 hours.

Day 16 Reserve day: Reserved Day for Summit.

Day 17 Trek day: Base Camp (5050m ) to Stok Village ( 3650m ) to Leh ( 3500 m ), 11 Kms, 5 – 6 hours.

Day 18 Departure day: Say good bye to Leh. Start for your next destination.

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Gallery

KangYatse2 Expedition July 2017
Kang Yatse Markha Campsite
Markha Valley Team
Kang Yatse 2 Summit Walk The team 2
Kang Yatse 2 Summit Walk The team
Kang Yatse 2 Summit Walk
Kang Yatse 2 Summit Trek Map
Stok Kangri Trek map
Ganda La Pass
Kongmaru  la Pass
Nimaling Valley nomad camp
Kang Yatse Basecamp
Kang Yatse from Nimaling
Kang Yatse BC
Kang Yatse 2 Summit climb up
Kang Yatse 2 Summit
Kang Yatse 2 Summit Trek climb down
Stok Kangri Ridge
Glacier before summit approch
Summiters


How To Reach Leh

Flight

Flights are there from Delhi,Simla and Srinagar To Kushok Bakula Rimpoche Airport in Leh. Flight tickets can be cheap if booked well in advance.

Road

You can approach Leh either from Delhi, via Manali, Himachal Pradesh,1028Km. Or else you can reach from Srinagar via Kargil, Jammu & Kashmir, 812 Km.

Train

Delhi is the last Railway Station if you plan to come via Manali. Otherway Jammu, Katra, (KEA), Jammu Tawi ( JAT) are the available options from Srinagar side.

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Travel Fee

90,000 INR | 1410 USD

For a group size of 4 people. Request quotation on custom date & team size.Join as a bigger team to avail more discount. Foreign national need to pay IMF climbing fees separately.

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Terms & Conditions

Fees Include:

  • Stay at Leh on 2-3 sharing basis in Guest House or Home stay.
  • Stay at campsite on 2-3 sharing basis in tent
  • Breakfast and Dinner at the campsite and packed lunch during activities. Veg/Non-Veg as per preference.
  • Forest Fees based on your Nationality.
  • Climbing fees for Indian nationals.
  • Off-Loading of backpack up to 5kg
  • Sleeping bag, mat, crampon, ice-axe, rope.All gears with pro-quality standards.
  • Transportation – Pickup and drop on arrival and departure of Leh, trek start and end point by car.

Exclusions:

  • Climbing fees for foreign nationals.
  • Food at Leh.
  • Any other personal equipment or gear.
  • Any charges for the camera, if included.
  • Any insurance.
  • Anything is not mentioned in above inclusions.

Cancellation:

  • Cancellation prior to 30 days from the start of the event– full refund.
  • Cancellation between 30 days and 15 days to the start of the event– 50% refund.
  • Cancellation less than 15 days to the start of the event– No refund, but if you want to do the same or any other itinerary sometime later within a year, you can avail 50% of the cost paid as a discount on new Itinerary Fee.
  • There will be a deduction of 3.09% as bank processing charges on all refunds.
  • To cancel the registration, an email intimation needs to be sent to explore@rockyfeet.org/ explore@rockyfeet.com
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What to Pack

Sun Protection

Sunscreen SPF 20 above|Sunglasses( UV proof/ Polarizer) |Sun Hat Scarf |Balaclava /Face mask

Water Shell

Poncho | Water proof Upper & Lower | Waterproof Backpack Cover | Scarf Water useable shoes for rafting days

Winter Care

Cold Cream/ Moisturizer | Lip Balm | Thermal Inner Wears | Ear Cover | Sweater/Fleece jackets | Down Jackets | Hand Gloves | Woollen Socks | Face Masks/ Balaclava | Mufflers

General

T Shirts | Socks | Undergarments | Thin Nylon Ropes for multi-purpose use | Toilet Paper Roll | Towel | Soap Papers | Head lamp / Torch | Batteries & charger | Water Bottles | Light weight Pants | Personal Medical & First Aid Kit | Tickets & bookings | Photo Identity Card

Specialized Gear

Ruck Sack/ Day Pack | Sleeping Bag (Provided) | Trekking Shoes | Snow Gaiters | Trekking Stick/pole | Camera

Fitness


    • Enrolled participants good to have prior Himalayan trek experiences to deal with twin peak summit trek of 600m+ exposure and long walk on summit day into the thin air.
    • Better acclimatization can keep you ahead to enjoy the trek. It’s really important to get used to the thin air of Ladakh.
    • To get prepared, involve into brisk jogging, cycling, walking or any other sort of cardiac exercise routine at least 45 days prior to the event.
    • Enrolled participants need to submit a duly filled medical report of basic wellness authorized by certified physician.
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Safety & Medical

  • Acclimatization Guidance; mandatory medical health check-ups of all participants prior to activity start day.
  • Duly prepared First aid box including oxygen cylinder.
  • All major safety gears related each category of sports are mandatory to use.
  • Contingent to be accompanied by certified & capable trainers and guides
  • Availability of Doctor facilities by a registered medical practitioner.
  • Emergency evacuation services available (*at own cost)

Responsible Traveller


  • ‘Responsible Traveller & outdoor ethics’ – session for the participants on acclimatization day.
  • Bio & Non-Biodegradable waste segregation at Campsite.360 degree waste management at the event.
  • Cleaning & collection team at the end of the event, in case required for big team size.
  • Leave no trace, bring only memories.
Leave no Trace

Giving Back


  • As a part of ‘An Earth Day Resolution’ project, We will plant 2 trees for each traveler traveled with us.
  • Every time you travel with us, you contribute a minimum of  500 INR to RockyFeet Environment Fund to support our conservation project.
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