Fixed departure treks - join a group

 

 

Our fixed departure treks are ideal for single travellers or small groups who are interested in being part of a larger group. Fixed departure treks are a great way to meet trekkers from various countries while discovering the beauty of Ladakh together. It is also a way to save money, especially for single travellers.

 

Check our trekking options and dates:

 

 

 

6-day Markha valley trek 6-day Markha valley trek

 

This classic trek passes through remote villages tucked in verdant valleys surrounded by towering mountains. The high pass of Kongmaru La offers spectacular views of the Himalayan peaks. While staying in homestays, you will have the opportunity to discover the everyday life of the villagers and their unique Buddhist culture.

 

 

6-day Stok Kangri climb (6153m) 6-day Stok Kangri climb (6153m)

 

Stok Kangri (6153m) is the most popular 6000m+ peak in Ladakh. The climb does not require mountaineering skills but a good physical condition and a proper acclimatization are essential for a successful summit attempt. Starting from Zingchen and crossing Stok La pass is an excellent way to acclimatize to the altitude.

 

 

6-day Nubra valley trek from Phyang to Hunder 6-day Nubra valley trek from Phyang to Hunder

 

This trek follows an ancient trade route connecting the Indus and Nubra valleys which was part of the old Silk Road network stretching from India to Central Asia. The trail goes through one of the least visited areas in Ladakh. The beauty of the untouched landscape, the stunning views from the high pass of Lasermo La and the beautiful valley of Hunder Dok will leave you spellbound.

 

 

11-day Rumtse to Tso Moriri trek 11-day Rumtse to Tso Moriri trek

 

The trek from Rumtse to Tso Moriri is one of the most beautiful treks in Ladakh. It takes you through the Changthang region, a high-altitude plateau that has unique landscapes and stunning lakes like Tso Kar and Tso Moriri. This region is home to nomads with their pashmina goats and yaks. It’s an exceptional trek, but demanding because of the crossing of numerous high passes above 5000m.

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