7 Day 6 Night
This trek is understood as Sham valley or Apricot valley trek. On this trek there are several villages among the richest in Ladakh. Through the Indus valley and therefore the ancient kingdom of Sham, discover the most Ladakhi monasteries and therefore the wonderful sites surrounding them.
Take the morning flight for Leh. check the Hotel and relax the entire day. this is often necessary for getting acclimatised. Overnight at Leh
This day is supposed to supply a chance to urge a feel of the place. Guests are going to be driven to the Leh Palace, which houses old relics that belong to the sixteenth century ruler of Ladak. Later within the day a visit to the monasteries at Shey, Thiksey and Hemis also will be arranged.
Likir to Yangthang across Phobe La (9 kms/4 to five hrs.).
Morning after breakfast you'll be driven by taxi to Likir which is simply 58 kms. away. Likir Village (3650 mts.) is that the start line of our trek. Although the space is brief , the route is warm, with none shade or water and that we got to traverse two passes. From Likir the route heads west up to Phobe La (3580m) and beyond this lies Sumdo village. The trail goes steadily upwards till you get to Chagatse La (3630m). Across the pass is that the village of Yangthang (3630m) where we camp for the night, next to a stream. The Ridzong Monastery lies about an hour south of Yangthang.
Yangthang to Hemis Shukpachen across Tsermangchen La (8 kms.; 2/3 hours)
Today is a simple walk despite the pass because both the approach and therefore the descent are of gentle gradients. The trail heads north, descending for a touch , crossing a stream before climbing up west again to Tsermangchen La (3750m). After a brief rest at the pass we head right down to Hemis Shukpachen. The village, named after the grove of cedars, is one among Ladakh’s prettiest. There are several sparkling streams surrounded by shady willows and enormous barley fields that provide slightly of green to the otherwise desolate, Rockies .
Hemis Shukpachen to Ang across Mebtak La (10 kms.; 3 hrs) .
Again this is often a reasonably easy day. The trail goes upward between two hillocks west of the village upwards until it veers south and climbs steeply up to the Mebtak La (3750m) marked by prayer flags. From the pass we head down the gorge to Ang, an enthralling village with apricot orchards, where we camp for the night.
Ang to Temisgam and Nurla (8 km; 3 hrs.).
Today is that the Judgment Day and really easy as it’s downhill all the way on to the most road. From Temisgam there would be a taxi waiting to require back everyone to Leh.
Trekking tour to Ladakh concludes. Ensure a punctual transfer to Airport.