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Kang-La Peak (5460 mts.)
Duration:   20 Days
Best Season:   July to September

This is an ambitious exploratory trek, which traverses over glaciated Kangla Pass into the Zanskar valley. This trip starts out with a spectacular drive into semi and Lahaul valley over Rohtang Pass. Trekking up along the Mayer Nallah which line our route through what is probably the most beautiful alpine valley in Himachal Pradesh, we reach Khanjar, a last village of the valley where the valley broadens with varieties of wild flowers and meadows. After spending full Day acclimatization at Palphu we walk for 3 Day over glacier where crevasses have to be crossed and camp near the confluence of two streams on the other side of the Kalinga Pass. There is the startling change in the landscape, as we enter the Zanskar valley. In this remote valley of Zanskar, we visit number of ancient monasteries, notably at Purne called Phuktal Gompa which is built on to the sheer face of the rock. From here we trek into the Lahaul valley over Phertsela pass and conclude our trek at Keylong Sarai. Driving out of the Lahaul valley, we spend a Day sight-seeing in the attractive Kullu down of Manali, before returning to Delhi.

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Stok Kangri (6150 mts.)
Duration: 7 Days
Best Season: May to September

Stands very close to Leh and is named after the Stok village. Easy to climb from the north side the shortest time required is 4 Days but it is advisable to do this during the trek as you will get time for acclimatization. In summer months, this peak is heavily booked and is quite crowded.

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Go-Leb Kangri (6120m)
Duration: 17 Nights - 18 Days
Best Season:   July to September

Go-Leb in Ladakhi means 'flathead' and this peaks summit is exactly that? The last stretch of the peak is technical and you require a little bit of knowledge about mountaineering for attempting this peak. Go-Leb is also close to Leh and to summit the peak you need at least 5 Days.

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Matho West (6010m)
Best Season:   July to September

Close to Leh this peak is better known as Matho Kangri, Matho being the village below it.

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Nun (7135m) and Kun (7077m)
Best Season:   July and August

Nun is the highest peaks in the Himalayas and is supported by other peaks. Both these peaks lie close to each other and to climb them one should have a good experience of climbing besides being physically fit.

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Lungser (6666m)
Best Season:  Mid July to mid October

This peak is named after the River by the same name which drains into the Tsomoriri Lake in the Rupshu area. Easy to climb and quite popular among mountaineers.

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Chamser Kangri (6620m)
Best Season:   Mid July to mid October

This is the third highest peak in Ladakh but not too difficult to climb.

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Mentok Kangri I (6172) & II (6120m)
Best Season:   Mid-July-mid October

This is a lovely peak on a long ridge running south from Korzok village on the shores of the Tsomoriri Lake. In July and August the entire Korzok valley is green with wild flowers giving the peak its name. Mentok in Tibetan and Ladakhi means 'flower'. In some old maps this peak has been named Mata.

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