Stok Kangri Trek in Ladakh
Stok Kangri Trek in Ladakh
Stok Kangri Trek in Ladakh
Stok Kangri Trek in Ladakh
Stok Kangri Trek in Ladakh

Stok Kangri Trek in Ladakh

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Stok Kangri Trek in Ladakh

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  • Stok Kangri at 20180 ft. is one of the Ultra distinguished peaks in the world.
  • Experience 6-7 hours of the trek on Glacier at night time beneath the blanket of tens of thousands and thousands of twinkling stars.
  • While accomplishing to Summit, stroll on a line-shaped alongside the Highest factors of a Mountain Ridge.
  • Capture the hypnotizing view of the Karakoram variety from the Stok Summit in conjunction with the Zanskar variety


About Stok Kangri Trek:

  • The ascents make Stok Kangri a long-lasting challenge. The Stok Kangri height gives you a whole view of the Zanskar and the Indus Valley.
  • This whole vicinity appears high-quality due to the abandoned environment and the paths with masses of ridges.
  • From Leh, where you'll find the perfect combination of herbal aesthetics and cultural splendor, to the complete route to Stok Village, which is full of herbal majesty and darkish inexperienced trees, you'll be able to take in many breathtaking views.
  • The direction will take you via glaciers and steep slopes till you attain the summit ridge. You can be hiking for a median of 7-13 hours every day for satisfying the dream trek to Stok Kangri height.
  • This out-of-the-everyday walk to Stok Kangri can be one of the finest occasions to cherish, in your life.

Quick Facts About Stok Kangri Trek:

  • Stok Kangri Trek Duration: 9D/8N
  • Stok Kangri Trek peak 20180 Ft.
  • Trek Grade: Difficult
  • Mt Stok Kangri Trek Ladakh Trekking distance: forty km
  • Temperatures: Day- 18┬░ C to 10┬░ C & Night 6┬░ C to -5┬░ C
  • Best Time to do Mt Stok Kangri Trek Ladakh: July to Mid September
  • Airport: Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport, Leh
  • ATM: ATMs are present at Leh
  • Start & End Point: Leh

How to Reach Leh:

  • By Air: Jet Airways, Go Air, and Air India operate daily (or almost daily) flights between New Delhi and Leh. During the summer, the offerings can also be delivered twice an afternoon. As you fly over many unspoiled places and even a few mountain ranges, you will be enthralled by the experience. The aerial view is just breathtaking, and it makes for an excellent start to any day excursion.
  • By Road: The road connecting Manali and Leh is most accessible during the summer months. The trek can take two days, but depending on the weather, it could take three or four days. You must also ensure that you offer at least one set of extra tires. It is also beneficial to have a sleeping bag with you at all times because the bus can also stop in the middle of nowhere for them in everyday life. Another route to Leh is via Srinagar, which takes about two days. You'll pass through a few isolated but well-known villages along the way, like Kargil and Khalsa.

Stok Kangri Trek Inclusions:

  • Accommodation Stay at a guesthouse/ Hotel at Leh on Day 1, Day 2 & Day 8.
  • Camping at some point of the trek for the relaxation of the days.
  • Meals Breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner, we offer simple, nutritious veg meals on all days of the trek.
  • Trekking device High-first-class tents and sleeping baggage in all of the camps. Sleeping baggage can face up to temperatures as low as -10 ┬║C, kitchen & eating tent, lavatory tent, utensils, and lengthy ropes.
  • Safety device Firstaid kit, oxygen cylinders, stretchers, oximeter, etc. can be with guide/trek chief and on the campsite as properly to deal with emergencies.
  • Expert trek Leaders All our trek leaders are at the least certified in basic/superior mountain climbing and primary resource course.
  • Expert Trek help team The mountain personnel in this trek includes licensed guides, cooks, helpers, and porters. 
  • Transportation: Transfers back and forth from Leh to Stok village.

Tips for Mt Stok Kangri Trek Ladakh:

  • Mentally put together yourself: Because this isn't a clean walk, you'll need to psychologically prepare yourself for the assignment ahead of you. This means preparing for extreme weather conditions. You have the option of bathing in the hotel, after which you can keep clean by using toddler wipes and a bowl of hot water every day. When lavatory circumstances are difficult, dig and pit-type lavatory tents may be available.
  • What to Carry: Warm clothes, shades, right hiking shoes, gloves, hiking stick, woolen caps amongst different hiking devices like bag packs, taking walks stick, head-torch, etc.
  • Prepare for intense climate: Stok Kangri is an entire day trip with numerous snowy blizzards, lush meadows, and slender trails. The temperature on the summit stays underneath zero degrees Celsius and on occasion falls sharply to minus 30 degrees Celsius. This is an arid vicinity, and from June to September, skies are clear, which permits you to soak in enchanting perspectives of the Zanskar Range and Karakoram range. During this period, you could revel in plentiful sunshine within the vicinity. When the sun sets the temperatures drop quickly. Wear a heat hat while dozing and keep a Nalgene bottle filled with warm water next to your sleeping bag to keep warm.
  • Stay Hydrated: Make sure to drink plenty of water while on the trip. In any case, you should bring more water bottles with you.
  • Altitude Headaches: One of the earliest signs and symptoms of altitude sickness is a headache. To provide the necessary medications for the same. Small hiccups are commonplace and should no longer deter you from trekking or make you fearful. If it lingers or worsens, though, ascending or trekking down is generally the best option.
  • Avoid the Sun: Taking care of your pores and skin and eyes is important. Sunburns take place a great deal faster at excessive elevation so make certain to use sunscreen in some instances in the afternoon and put on a hat. Sunglasses are essential, and if you wear eyeglasses, you should bring a couple of medical shades or at the very least a clip-on with you to Ladakh.
  • Dress in Layers: Layering allows you to easily adjust your body temperature while hiking while remaining comfortable. It's even higher if your layers include zippers, allowing you to better control the temperature of your frame.
  • Bring a camera: The Mt. Stok Kangri Trek in Ladakh is one of the most beautiful treks in the region. So much so that one might need to pause at each step and take photographs to preserve memories for the rest of one's life.
  • Bring Extra Batteries/Charging Packs: In the cold, your batteries will die a great deal faster than they do at home. This holds real for essentially each type of electronics you will use from telephones to cameras to kindles. While you could get it charged at a price at hotels, however, keep spare batteries and a transportable charger.

Day 1 -

  • Arrival at Leh, Altitude:- 3500 m/11,500 ft
  • Climbing Stok Kangri begins with the amusement and pleasure of your arrival in Leh.
  • Check-in in on your life and relax. Sip on tea/coffee.
  • Please keep in mind that the first three days should be set out for acclimatization to have a healthy experience.
  • Overnight may be spent in the hotel.

Day 2 -

  • Acclimatization and Exploration of Leh
  • During the first half, have breakfast before sprinting off for a three-to-four-hour acclimatization climb.
  • In the second half, you can enjoy exploring the famous monasteries of Leh, including Shey and Thiksey.
  • The hotel can be used as a base for an overnight stay.

Day 3 -

  • Drive to Stok Village (11800 ft.) and Trek to Chang Ma (13087 ft)
  • It's one of the beautiful sights you'll see if you decide to journey across this part of the country.
  • Some people may regard trekking in Leh to be the fulfillment of their dreams. At any point in time, you may have the sensation that you are right in the heart of heaven.
  • This is an afternoon in which you'll be treated to awe-inspiring strength as well as a fun hiking adventure.
  • The day begins with the arrival of power to Stok village. Many unusual and lovely landscapes await you at the start of the power from Leh.
  • The journey to Stok village is an exciting one, full of herbal magnificence and luxuriant inexperienced trees. For the summer season, the weather is unfailingly lovely.
  • The town of Stok is located to the south of Leh and is famous for its royal palace. The current monarch of Ladakh resides right here. Within the palace, there is also a small museum with beautiful and spiritual antiques.
  • The third day is only a rest day before the hike to Chang Ma. This is most likely a difficult walk, but you could enjoy the pleasures of a snow trek.
  • You'd like to spend the night here, and the next day you'd like to live in tents in the open fields.

Day 4 -

  • Chang Ma (13087 ft.) to Mankorma (14200 ft.)
  • After three days of proper acclimatization, you can begin Stok Kangri hiking on days four and five.
  • The entire walk travels through Ladakh's desolate grey landscape.
  • From Chang Ma to Mankorma, this trip will show you the true beauty of Ladakh and explain why it is known as the "bloodless desert."
  • While trekking, you'll cross two or three minor creeks; it's a miles-long, somewhat smooth trip along the river's edge, and you'll enjoy the one-day stay in tents.

Day 5 -

  • Mankorma (14200 ft.) to Base camp (16300 ft.)
  • You'll be back at the bottom camp after a short trek.
  • This secluded base camp is a wonderful place to visit. It is situated in a green area. Some of the water bodies in this locality are in the shape of lakes and water streams.
  • During the day, you can take a walk around the campsite's upper areas and take in the views of the surrounding area. Gulp Kangri, Parcha Kangri, and several other peaks are among the most beautiful in the area.
  • You can also unwind within the base camp to ensure that the organization is ready for the next day's climb and sightseeing.
  • You might have some time to adjust to the climate. This is critical because, in the next few days, you'll notice a significant change in the weather, and you'll be able to enjoy thin air and a lack of oxygen.
  • The day-to-day life might be reorganized in tents, and you need to ensure that you have enough warm clothing to keep the temperature down.

Day 6 -

  • Acclimatization + schooling day
  • This is a pleasant day for hikers. You could enjoy the time spent walking around and getting a better understanding of the area.
  • It's essentially an afternoon spent preparing for the upcoming excursion and recognizing the changes and challenges that will be encountered. Your trip leader and manual may be able to help you recognize all of the various changes within the terrain.
  • To cross the mountains, you'll need a good enough understanding and enjoyment. There's a good chance you'll have to go through the lowering snow at some point. You can see your legs falling to your knees. As a result, you must be aware of the weather and surrounding circumstances.
  • It's also an afternoon when you'll get enough rest so you're ready for the upcoming adventure.
  • In a single day, people might be living in tents once more. You should have a good understanding of the circumstances that arise throughout the day and night by now.

Day 7 -

  • Base camp (16300 ft.) to Stok Kangri (20180 ft.) returned to base camp
  • You must be adequately oriented for the huge ascent now that you have had an afternoon of relaxation, i.e. the Stok Kangri trip.
  • To begin the ascent, you must get up early. The route follows glaciers before ascending steep slopes to the summit ridge.
  • Because this is a long climb, you must be mentally strong and psychologically structured. For average climbers, it could take anything from nine to ten hours. Slow climbers may need to extend their time every 2 to 3 hours.
  • You must reach the crest of the ridge at the start of the walk, which takes several hours.
  • The top provides breathtaking views of the surrounding area. The vast and open setting gives you a royal impression.
  • The Karakoram range may be seen in the distance to the north. The Saser Kangri dominates the sky to the north of the Karakoram, while the Zanskar phases dominate the sky to the south.
  • Tents may be used for a single day, as is customary.

Day 8 -

  • Stok Village as a base camp and Leh as a power source
  • Day eight will be the final day of your fantastic trekking adventure. The expedition, which included high-altitude hiking, mountain climbing, and an excursion, may come to an end at any time.
  • However, you'll witness plenty of snow-covered magnificence and a stunning vista of mountain stages before the day is done.
  • This area might help you rediscover the joys of hiking in Ladakh. As the sun rises, you'll need to start making your way back to Leh from Base Camp.
  • The return journey may be difficult, and you must proceed with caution and precision.
  • On the same day, you'll need to cover as much as Stok Village for your feet when you arrive in Leh.
  • The last stumbling block to hiking is the Stok settlement. You'll need to take power from Stok village to Leh.
  • The strength may also make you homesick for all of the fun you had while hiking the mountains over the previous 8 days.

Day 9-

  • Departure from Leh
  • Return to your holiday place filled with fond memories of your mountain trip.


  • Trek at an altitude of 20,180 feet
  •  8 Nights Tent Stay
  • Breakfast And Lunch Included
  • English and Hindi speaking Guide
  • Safety Equipment also included 

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  • Any Personal Expenses

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Things To Carry

  • Water Bottle
  • Snacks
  • Appropriate Clothing
  • Comfortable Footwear
  • Backpack
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • UA Voucher

Additional Info

Know before you go Stok Kangri Trek in Ladakh:

  • Climate conditions at high altitudes differ from those at lower altitudes; allow adequate time to acclimate to high elevations.
  • Before embarking on the journey, see a doctor. During the hike, keep primary medicines and a first-aid kit with you.
  • It is recommended that you bring enough warm clothing and appropriate footwear for the journey.
  • The walk passes through a green zone; polluting the neighboring sites or camping is not encouraged. Travelers who litter may face fines.
  • Avoid the use of plastic luggage to protect the destinations' ecological stability.
  • Protein bars, dry fruits, and light snacks should be brought from home. Carry water bottles so you may refill them.
  • Professional guide(s) are available to ensure high security, as well as more information and personal interest, which is necessary to comprehend a walk.
  • Keep your luggage to a minimum; the more you deliver, the more trouble you'll have.
  • Please provide valid photo ID evidence.
  • Any non-public expenses, private devices, food no longer listed, and so on will no longer be included in the bundle.
  • In the event of any catastrophes or natural disasters, the command has the right to alter the route.

How To Reach


By Air:The airport serving Leh is Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport(IXL) which receives direct flights from Delhi, Mumbai & Srinagar.

By Road:A taxi, a jeep, or a JKSRTC bus, both luxury and standard, are all options for getting to Leh by road. These buses run frequently between Leh and Srinagar from Kargil.

By Train:Pathankot Cantt Railway Station(PTKC) is the nearest railhead to Leh. Another best alternative is Chandigarh Junction Railway Station(CDG).