2. Lamayuru Padum Darsha (Himachal) 19 21 days
3. Lamayuru Padum Kishtwar 13 14 days
4. Heniskud Kanji Rangdum 4 days
5. Panikhar Pahalgam 5 6 days
6. Rangdum Kishtwar 6 7 days
7. Spituk Rumbak Stok 3 days
8. Spituk Jingchen Markha Martselang 7 days
9. Spituk Markha Umlung Zangla 7 8 days
10. Likir Yangthang Temisgam 2 days
11. Sakti Warila Agyam Khalsar 4 5 days
12. Saboo Digarla Digar Khalsar 5 6 days
13. Hunder Hunder Dok Dokla Phyang 4 -5 days
14. Spituk Markha Jugtak 11 days
15. Nimoo- Padum (Chaddar trek/Ice trek) 06 07 days
CLOTHES AND EQUIPMENTS
The summer visitors to Leh will need basically warm- weather clothes, with a sweeter for evenings and mornings when it may be chill. Temperature begin to fall around the 2nd half of August, and though cottons continue to be worm during the day until mid September, a heavy sweeter or an anorak or coat will be needed in the mornings and evenings. From mid September it starts getting distinctly cold and woolens are needed even during the day, though in the sun it is still hot. Winter visitors which means November to April will need to equip themselves with heavy woolens, anoraks or tweed coats, gloves, balaclavas or equivalent and warm boots. Reasonably good trekking equipment can be hired from trekking equipment hire shops. All trekkers should remember that nights in the mountains would be chill at any time of the year and make sure that they should be fully equipped for the treks. They must carry enough food for the whole trek, basic supplies fruit & vegetables or the occasional villages enroute will be able to provide local food if run out of food stock. It is advisable to keep a good torch handy during treks and visit to the monasteries because shrinesare often found ill lit.
The area most frequented by foreign climbers is Nun-Kun massif (Kargil District) in the Western Himalayan Range. Its easy accessibility from the Kargil - Padum road and the shortest possible approach march to the base camps makes this massif the most attractive climbing destination in the Western Himalaya, necessitating advance booking.Amongst its six known peaks accessible from the Suru valley Nun (7,135 m) and Kun (7,077 m) are the highest summits.
Indian Mountaineering Foundation,
Benito Juarez Road, New Delhi-110021.
Phone No: 011-2671211,2602245.