Ladakh, Near the Ladakhi lake Tso Moriri, where the rarely seen 6090m-peak Yalung Nong is found. The dome-shaped peak is covered in snow on the North and East, however there are no significant difficulties in climbing to the summit from the South. You may find the climb hard and exhausting, but it is totally worth for you to see breathtaking views of Tso Moriri and the surrounding desert landscapes.
Day 1. Rumtse to Kyamar (4383 mtrs ) 6 hrs
Wake up after the morning breakfast to traverse the river and enter the park by travelling down a rocky, hard-to-drive road. If you go along the river to the left for a while, cross over to the opposite bank, and continue in the direction you were going. Travel from the right side of the stream to the crossing on the opposite bank. Finally, you turn to the north and find the camp spot. beside of the sephardic (Sephardic) site.
Day 2 Kyamar to Tisaling [ 4850 mtrs ] via kyamer la 5180 mtrs 7 hrs
Once you’ve walked for a few minutes from your tent, the long but simple trek to the summit of Kyumur La becomes apparent. The beauty of the flowers can be found on the path ahead. There are two routes; one to the left, which will take you the same way, but a day longer; and one to the right, which will eventually lead you to the same place, but a day longer.
You can follow the trail that flows off to the right. It drops into a stream, and then you can continue on another path across the stream. You will notice that there is no trail in place at the moment. But eventually, after a short period of time, a distinct track brings you to the summit of Mandalchan la 4996m. In the northeast of the park, the trail is excellent and goes up to a beautiful place named Tisaling. Find a suitable place along the stream and pitch your tent.
Day 3. TISALING TO PANGUNAGU [TSOKAR] 4651 mtrs VIA Shibuk la 5230 m 7 hrs.
When you have to cross shibukla today, approach the camp location from the south. You have a crosshill saddle because of the two hill saddles. You can observe Tsokar Lake from the pass once you climb it. go to the far side of the Lake of Sokar, cross it, and head back towards your starting point. It will only take as long as it takes to finish the long uphill trek and make it to the camp site, which is just behind the hill.
Day 4 Pangunangu to Nuruchan 4650 mtr 5:30 hrs.
Nowadays, it’s a walk on the lake with no difficulty. the motorable road goes to one side of the stupa, then takes a different route to the other. Take your time and eventually you will be able to see the agricultural field. and the 4712-meter one Three-quarters of an hour the campground is only a short walk away from the field alongside the river
Day 5 Trek Nuruchan to Rachungkaru 4850 via Horlamkongkala 4930 6.5 hrs
It takes roughly 1 hour 30 minutes to go to the pass by ascending the path. The trail continues towards north-northeast when it crosses the pass through the Vallée de la Veyle. You will come to the crossing of the Horlamkongkala. Along the trip you may encounter such animals as ibexes, wild asses, and so on. end-of-summer camp
Start climbing to the pass at kyamayur 5330m as soon as you’ve left your tent. The final ascent is exhausting. If you continue hiking the trail after the pass, you will be heading north-northeast until you reach a smaller pass known as Gyamaila 5100m from where you may take in the view of a collection of peaks. travel in a generally eastward direction until you reach a small river and then head north across it
Getting to the base of Yalung Nong Peak will be simple. For those who arrive at the base camp, it will be rather cold. Climbing Yalung nong will not be technically difficult. resort for day-long fun
Day 8. Basecamp to Summit Yalung nong 6090 mtr to Gyama 4895 mtr. 6 hrs
Trekking to Yalung Nong peak begins after you have had breakfast and commences at 2:00 am. It will be a total mystery. To get the best views of Yalung Nong, go to the top of Yalung Nong. Finally making it to Gyama All-night sleepover.
Day 9.Gyama to Tsomoriri 4550 mtr via Yalungnagula 5400 mts, 5 hrs
It will be a stress-free and uneventful day on the trail You will journey down the Gyamar trail in order to reach the junction, where you will be able to go directly to Korzok. At the end of the day, you’ll be able to see some stunning lakes and Korzok Monastery. Overnight sleepover
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