Phyang To Hunder Trek Ladakh Tour
Overview (Phyang To Hunder Trek Ladakh Tour)
Arrival At : Leh
Leh, Jammu and Kashmir – 4 Nights
Departure From: Leh.
Inclusions (Phyang To Hunder Trek Ladakh Tour)
Accommodation in Hotel in Padum & Kargil with all meals.
All transportation by Toyota Qualis, Innova or Scorpio.
Two men tent, Kitchen and dining tents.
Kitchen equipment’s and Toilet Tent.
Stool, Table and mattresses.
Food veg and non-veg.
Cook, helper and guide.
Horses for Luggages.
Monument entrances, wild life fees and camping charges.
Climbing permit to Stok Khangri and Equipment’s.
Exclusions (Phyang To Hunder Trek Ladakh Tour)
Any airfare/train tickets.
Any meals other than specified in inclusions.
Personal expenses such as tips, porterage, telephone calls, etc.
Surcharge will be applicable on particular events, festival & fairs.
Booking Procedure (Phyang To Hunder Trek Ladakh Tour)
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About Location Ladakh (Phyang To Hunder Trek Ladakh Tour)
The Ladakhi Urial is another unique mountain sheep that inhabits the mountains of Ladakh. The population is declining, however, and there are not more than 3000 individuals left in Ladakh.The urial is endemic to Ladakh, where it is distributed only along two major river valleys: the Indus and Shayok. The animal is often persecuted by farmers whose crops are allegedly damaged by it. Its population declined precipitously in the last century due to indiscriminate shooting by hunters along the Leh-Srinagar highway. The Tibetan argali or Nyan is the largest wild sheep in the world, standing 3.5 to 4 feet at the shoulder with the horn measuring 90–100 cm. It is distributed on the Tibetan plateau and its marginal mountains encompassing a total area of 2.5 million km2. There is only a small population of about 400 animals in Ladakh. The animal prefers open and rolling terrain as it runs, unlike wild goats that climb into steep cliffs, to escape from predators.
We leave early for our to Phyang where we meet our crew and trek for three days hours in a high alpine valley near the only pass on our trek, The Lasermo La. Overnight in the Camp.
Up and away early for an easy climb to the pass at 5400m, from where we have views of the Stok range behind and the Karakoram ahead. Then a descent-possibly on snow to our high pasture camp.
An easy three-hour walk to enjoy this high valley and its wild flowers.
Again an easy day, strolling through pastures fed by the glacial melt of the Lasermo La.
An amazing day: forest valleys, steep hillsides, then we reach the end of a valley guarded by ancient forts. Ahead of us the snow peaks of the Karakoram and below the old silk road oasis of Hunder. We camp in a grove of willows.