Ladakh is home to several trekking peaks as it is nestled between the Himalayas, Zanskar and Karakoram Ranges. Embarking on a trekking expedition to these high altitude peaks is an adventure filled with unending surprises and one in a lifetime experience. Stok Kangri, Kang Yatse and Mentok Kangri are some of the mountain peaks for trekking in Ladakh which are extremely famous.
There are several high altitude peaks in Ladakh which attract trekkers looking to get the ultimate adrenaline rush & dash of adventure. Stok Kangri, touching the skies at an altitude of almost 6,153 meters, is one of the most famous Himalayan peaks in the Stok Range for trekking. This trek treats you to mind blowing views of the K2 and Indus & Zanskar valleys.
Kang Yatse 2, a part of the enormous Kang Yatse peak situated atop the Markha Valley in Ladakh at 6,200 meters, attracts trekkers for its exceptionally beautiful trekking route which passes through quaint villages, old monasteries, ruined forts, Mani walls and little tea stalls which offer much needed refreshment.
Mentok Range is a small range of mountains located west of the Tso Moriri Lake, comprising Mentok I, II & III. Trekking permits are required for all three mountain peaks. Of these three, Mentok II, at 6,250 meters, is the most climbed mountain.
One of the highlights of this trekking expedition is crossing the settlements of Changa Nomads.
Matho Kangri, commanding an incredible height of 6,000 meters, is located in close proximity to Leh. It is one of the high altitude peaks in Ladakh which attracts trekking enthusiasts because it treats them to spellbinding views. The trekking route is dotted with panoramic vistas which stop you in your tracks. The trek starts from Martseland near Hemis Monastery and ends at Stok Village.
In the Zanskar Range
In the Karakoram Range
With our Ladakh trekking packages, you can enjoy trekking at the famous peaks in Ladakh. We offer the best trekking equipment, expert team/guide who are familiar with the route, weather conditions & topography. We also take care of other processes related to trekking peaks in Ladakh.
June to September is the best time to go trekking peaks in Ladakh.
No, we will provide you with all the necessary trekking equipment and other safety measures related to it.
Yes, acclimatization is necessary before going on a peak trekking expedition in Ladakh.