Lamayuru Padum Trek
Area: Ladakh HimalayaLamayuru Padum Trek
Grade: Moderate to Challenging
Elevation: 5000 Mtrs
Best time to visit: Mid June – Mid October
Term: 19 Days
Settled in the Trans Himalayan extents there is a fascinatingly tough area, offering massive enterprise, which was once ruled by the kingdom of Zanskar and even now must be gone by walking. The range is still very remote and is separated between Indus valley and Himalayas and subsequently gives the trekkers a chance to take the joy of meandering through probably the most segregated areas of the world. In any case even in this remoteness the conventional tints of Ladakh still reflects from the old religious communities, Stupas and Gompas, which are still found in wealth, some in remnants despite everything some holding their rich structural works. The Lamayuru Padum trek begins from the popular religious community of Lamayuru, which is one of the most seasoned in the district. Other normal for this trek incorporate beautiful high knoll campgrounds on the frosty and dry desert arrive, the rush of going through high passes and the delight of espying snowcapped tops in the midst of staggering view. Not to overlook the Buddhist cloisters and pleasant towns packed with watered fields of grain and potatoes. Indeed, even risk experiences with the general population of Zanskar make this voyage a noteworthy one.
Day 01: Delhi – Leh (Complete Rest in Leh for acclimatization)Thiksey Hemis
Take the Delhi to Leh flight in morning. In the wake of achieving Leh, you will meet our agent, who will exchange you to pre-booked inn/guesthouse. Take rest and get acclimatized. At such rises, it is critical to be usual to the atmosphere. Visit the brilliant nearby market of Leh at night. Have the overnight stay in the inn/guesthouse.
Day 02: Leh – Shey – Thiksey - Hemis
This is the day kept for touring visit to some antiquated cloisters of Ladakh. Roosted 15 kilometers from Leh, Shey Gompa used to be the mid year capital of Ladakh rulers. Around the castle, there are constructed huge numbers of Gompas and Stupas. Deldan Namgyal developed Shey Palace in mid seventeenth century AD. 12-meter long Shakyamuni Buddha Statue, situated inside the Dresthang Gompa, is the noticeable fascination of Shey.
Found near Shey, Thiksey Gompa is at 17 kilometers of separation from Leh. A standout amongst the most wonderful cloisters in Ladakh, Thiksey Monastery has a place with Gelukspa Order.
At around 45 kilometers south of Leh is found Hemis Monastery, which is among the most well known and biggest religious communities in Ladakh. This cloister was established before all else of seventeenth century and it has a place with Drukpa Order. The religious community sheeted in an excellent valley, flanked by brilliant streams and fronted by titanic Mani Walls, makes the climate entrancing. Overnight stay at inn/guesthouse.
Day 03: Leh - Lamayuru (115 kms/3½ hrs drive) Lamayuru Monsatery
In the morning, we will leave for Lamayuru. We will visit conjunction of two brilliant streams Indus and Zanskar, in transit. Other than these streams, we will likewise go over Basgo Castle and the absolute most prevalent and most seasoned cloisters of Ladakh, established to some degree in eleventh century. Lamayuru, Alchi and Likir offer to a great degree essential visit experience as the explorers witness primitive religious community.
Day 04: Lamayuru - Wanla (3-4 hrs)
At morning, we will pack our little knapsacks and set off for the principal day of our trekking experience. The precarious trail takes up to the little go of Prinkti La (3750 meters) and after that we will go to the beautiful town of Shilla took after by a 3 kilometers trek to Wanla (3250 meters). We will set the camp at Wanla and spend the evening luxuriating under the sun or going by Gompa in Wanla. During the evening, accumulate around for the supper and overnight stay at the camp.
Day 05: Wanla - Hanupatta (5 hrs)
Subsequent to having the breakfast, begin for the trek to Hanupatta. This trail starts with a level area. Before Panji La, we need to stroll on the riverbank. At the conversion of Indus and Zanskar, we will see the Chorten and religious banners. Proceed over the inclination and achieve Hanupatta. Appreciate the stuffed lunch on the course. The overnight stay and supper will be at the trekking tents in Hanupatta.
Day 06: Hanupatta - Photoskar (7 hrs)Photoskar.
Appreciate the breakfast in camp and afterward begin trekking to Photoskar. It is a long move into the stone valley. Navigate the waterway and stroll up to SirSir La (4800 meters). In the wake of achieving SirSir La, there is a long drop to Photoskar (3750 meters). Appreciate the pressed lunch on the course. The overnight stay and supper will be at the trekking tents in Photoskar.
Day 07: Photoskar - Foot of Sengge La (7 hrs)
Appreciate the breakfast and afterward begin to trek the foot of Sengge La. Bring the stuffed lunch with you. Move up to Bumiktse La (4200 meters) trailed by an unfaltering trail prompting the wide valley. After this trail there is, a short climb to Sengge La (5000 meters) and after that a consistent plunge till the numb-skull of Sengge La. Make the camp here and appreciate the supper and overnight stay in the tent.
Day 08: Foot of Sengge La-Lingshed (6 hrs)Shingela
Take the generous breakfast in the camp and afterward begin the trek to Lingshed. In transit after Kiupa La (3850 meters), is the enduring plunge to the towns of Skiumpata and Gongma. These provincial ranges offer hitting display with a perspective of Nierag Valley on the other bank of Zanskar River. Subsequent to intersection Murgum La (4100 meters), achieve Lingshed and take the camp close to the Lingshed Monastery. Appreciate the stuffed lunch on the course. The overnight stay and supper will be at the trekking tents in Lingshed.
Day 09: Lingshed/Rest
This day is implied for unwinding and investigating the region.
Day 10: Lingshed/Snertse (6 hrs)
Trek to Snertse in the wake of getting a charge out of the breakfast. From Lingshed, it is a basic move to Hanuma La Pass (4700 meters). A long plunge down to the sheepfolds of Snertse. Appreciate the stuffed lunch on the course. The overnight stay and supper will be at the trekking tents in Snertse.
Day 11: Snertse - Hanumil (6 hrs)
Have the breakfast and begin for the trek to Hanumil. From the stream Oma Chu, there is a consistent move to Parfi La (3900 meters) and after that a sharp decay to the foot of pass. Stroll up the level onto the way driving towards the edge of Zanskar to Hanumil. Appreciate the pressed lunch on the course. The overnight stay and supper will be at the trekking tents in Hanumil.
Day 12: Hanumil - Pishukarsha-cloister
Have the breakfast in camp. There is a simple stroll to Pishu taking around 5 hours for finishing. Set the camp underneath the town of Pishu. Appreciate the pressed lunch on the course. The overnight stay and supper will be at the trekking tents in Pishu.
Day 13: Pishu - Karsha (5 hrs)
Cross the Rinam, this is a little watercourse and asylum made by the rocks. It is a simple trail along the banks of waterway Zanskar to Karsha. You can witness the perfect Gelukpa Monastery that date backs to fifteenth Century. Appreciate the stuffed lunch on the course. The overnight stay and supper will be at the trekking tents in Karsha.
Day 14: Karsha-Padum (3-4 hrs)Padum
Trek to Padum in the wake of having the heavenly breakfast. Bring the stuffed lunch with you. Transverse through the Doda River and stroll through the dusty plain to Pipiting took after by Padum. Watch the nearby religious communities and Gompas in night. Camp in Padum and appreciate the overnight stay here.
Day 15: Padum - Kargil
Take the breakfast and after that drive to Kargil. Have the overnight stay in Kargil.
Day 16: Kargil - Leh
Appreciate the breakfast and after that drive to Leh. Have the overnight stay in Leh.
Day 17: Leh - Delhi
Exchange to airplane terminal in the wake of eating with a specific end goal to take the flight for Delhi. Achieve Delhi to proceed for the ahead destination.
Trip closes here.
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