Leh is well connected by flights from major cities. Participants will have to arrive at the hotel in Leh at their own cost, but transfers can be arranged at a cost if notified in advance.
At 20,182 feet, Stok Kangri is the highest mountain in the Stok range of Himalayas, which offers one of the most challenging yet conquerable routes in this range. At different stretches of the trek the oxygen levels differ, and therefore the trek offers ample time for acclimatization. This is an ideal prep trek for enthusiasts who eventually intend to conquer tougher summits.
IMPORTANT: This is not a fixed departure trip, so a minimum group size of 5 pax is required to make a booking. This will be a private trip, just for your group.
Being close to the stunning town of Leh, the trek itinerary includes exploring these treasure towns situated in Ladakh. You will get to witness and experience the daily life in small hamlets of the Himalayas. The trek also offers splendid views of the Zanskar and Karakoram ranges from the summit.
Conquer the highest peak in the Stok range | Take on the challenge of this high-altitude trek trail | Camp at stunning locations | Experience the thrill of being at 20,000 feet and above | Photograph some magical landscapes
Arrive from your hometowns to the capital town of Ladakh, Leh. Check in to your hotels, and relax for the rest of the day. Make sure you acclimatise fully: stay at the hotel, get enough sleep, drink lots of fluids, and don't tire yourself out.
Participants sleep in cozy rooms on sharing basis.
Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner
Cancellation charges are as follows:
Cancellations done prior to 30 days from date of departure: 25% refund
Cancellations done between 30 to 20 days before date of departure: 15% refund
Cancellations done less than 20 days from the date of departure: No refund
All travellers will have to abide by the decisions taken by the tour leaders when it comes to safety and trip participation.
Consumption of alcohol or drugs is not permitted.
Participants must respect local culture and should not litter or deface natural structures/monuments.