The Stok Kangri Climb is the most fabulous trekking Routes in the entire Leh Ladakh valley. This is appropriate for the master proficient trekkers. The Stok Kangri trek has the tallness of around six thousand and one hundred and thirty meters over the ocean level. The move to the highest point of the stack Kangri is extremely exceptionally bold and furthermore stunning.
The ice sheets and the pinnacles encompassing the Stok Kangri offer an extremely hypnotizing view. Offering an ideal freebee for the gathering of companions, who need to spend their occasions in an energizing way. The trekkers additionally get the chance to appreciate the perspective of the K2 from the highest point of the Stok Kangri crest.
In case you’re simply beginning with trekking, begin with this moderately simple and short (4 days) trek, which covers some grand territories of Leh. Begin by driving from Leh to Spituk town, which is around 7 kilometers away. The climb from Spituk to Zinchen (generally the main stop) could take around 4-5 hours, experiencing dry, infertile land to greener regions of Zingchen valley. Here the Rumbak River streams into the Indus and it’s the ideal place to set up camp, appreciate the scene, and possibly take a plunge in the waterway.
The following day will take you through Hemis National Park where you can spot a lot of mountain greenery. A 3-4 hour trek, to a great extent tough, will convey you to the beautiful town of Rumbak. Day 3 will be more difficult with a lofty trail close Stok La and after that dropping down towards Mankarmo (5-6 hours of trekking). On the most recent day a 3-4 hour plummet through tight valleys with dazzling rock examples will convey you to the town of Stok. Before making a beeline for Leh make sure to look at the 19th century Stok Palace, which now houses an exhibition hall.