Tso Moriri Lake : Mountain Lake of Ladakh

Tso Moriri Lake : An Incredible view in Summers Tso Moriri Leh Ladakh
                                         Tso Moriri Lake : An Incredible view in Summers
Also Known as ‘Mountain Lake’, Tso Moriri is located in the Rupshu valley situated in Changthang sub division of leh district, The Lake is about 28 km in length from north to south and is about 4-6 km in breadth and about 100 feet average in depth. Maximum depth of Tso Moriri Lake is 248 feet. It’s surrounded by barren hills with backdrop of snow-covered mountains. A Short range of snow covered mountains, which rise about 21000 feet, extends some distance to the north-west and terminates somewhat to north of the southern end of Tso moriri.
Prayers Flag at Tso Moriri Lake Leh Ladakh
                                    Prayers Flag at Tso Moriri Lake
Tso Moriri
is a very fine sheet of salty water. It is situated at north latitude 32 54 and east longitude 78 18 and at a height of 15000 feet above the sea level. Tso Moriri Lake has no outlet and the waters are consequently brackish, although not very perceptible to the taste. The water is crystal clear and of a deep blue color.

 

Tso Moriri Lake was once a popular source of salt. Till 1960 Changpa traders were extracting salt from Tso moriri and sold the same in Leh market. Before 1994, Tso Moriri Lake and southeast ladakh was not open for tourists due to ‘inner line ‘restrictions. Changpas of korzok, the only village on the shore of Tso Moriri were living without much contact with others, following their nomadic life-style and facing severe winters.
Clouds touching the high peaks of Leh Ladakh Tso Moriri
                               Clouds touching the high peaks of Tso Moriri
Tso Moriri
is not just a spectacular site but a good place to relax. You can visit the nearby gompas and walk around the lake area. On the way from leh to Tso moriri is another brackish lake,the  smaller Tso kar or “white lake”.

 

The small collect of huts on the shore of Tso Moriri is called Korzok village. Here you must register and show your permit. You can pitch your tent here. There are no restrictions in camping. Tso Moriri is an area for nomadic people, known as Changpas, who can often be seen taking advantage of the summer and moving herds of goats, cows and yaks from one grazing spot to another. Changpas live in large, movable family tents or in solid winter proof brick huts.
Map to reach Tso Moriri Lake Leh Ladakh
                                        Map to reach Tso Moriri Lake                                                  

Reaching Tso Moriri:

Routes to Tso Moriri from Leh:
1 : Leh- Upshi- Debring- Puga- Tso Moriri
2 : Leh- Upshi- Chumathang- Mahe- Puga- Tso Moriri.

It’s a rough and tumble 6-7 hours journey by jeep from leh. The First part of the journey is a fine black tar road via Upshi (46 Km) and Chumathang (76 km) to Mahe Bridge (22 km) where the Indus has to be crossed. The rough road ahead turned west to Sumdo (24km)  and then proceeded south across the Namshang La (12 km) to Korzok (31 km), the only village in the area and on the western shore of the lake. Some portions of the road are sandy and require four wheel drives. There is a small PWD rest house at korzok for which advance booking has to be done from leh.
 

Route to Tso Moriri from Manali:
ManaliJispa ( 147km ) – Sarchu (75km) – Pang (74 km)-Tso kar (64km) –Tso Moriri (79km)

The Great Himalayan Marmot at Tso Moriri Lake Leh Ladakh
                               The Great Himalayan Marmot at Tso Moriri

 

Wildlife at Tso Moriri:

Administratively Tso moriri has been declared as a wetland reserve. A Number of species of birds included bare-headed goose, the great-crested grebe, the Brahmin duck and the brown-headed gull. Himalayan hares are abundantly found here. To the south of the 27 km long lake of the Tibetan wild ass, the kiang.
Tso Moriri : Crystal Clear water body untouched since ages Leh Ladakh India
                     Tso Moriri : Crystal Clear water body untouched since ages
Key Information:

Tso moriri is inaccessible by public transport; you should contact a tour operator at leh who will arrange and include your permit to the package. You will need two photocopies of the relevant pages of your passport and visa. Permits can be procured from DC's office in Leh at the same day if applied in the morning. Once you have your permit, usually only valid for a maximum period of seven days, make at least 5 copies before setting off, as checkpoints like to keep a copy when you log in. Checkpoints occasionally spot-check to see the original copy.

Hi,  We will be doing at 30th

Hi, 

We will be doing at 30th september to 9th October trip to leh this time. I wanted to check if i can do the Pangong to Tso Moriri route on a bike? We will be hiring the bikes from leh since that will be cheaper that hiring a car. We are planning to stay a night or two at both the lakes. Can the short cut route between Chushul to Mahe be doing on an enfield? Please help me with your inputs so that it helps us plan better. Will I be needing ILP for this route? I was planning to do the Spangmik to Chushul route and then countinue to Mahe if possible. 

Hi Vishnu, We are 5 people

Hi Vishnu,

We are 5 people planning for a road trip to Leh from Delhi via Manali in mid of Aug'16 & in return we will take route via srinagar. We hav personal SUV Innova so will it be comfortable in Innova for this tour?

How will be the weather in Aug mid?

Can we go to Tso Moriri Lake from Manali via sarchu? If yes then do we require PERMIT at any point while going to Tso Moriri Lake from Manali - Leh Highway cutoff?

Can we go to Tso Pangong from Tso Moriri without Permits as we are coming from Manali?

Kindly Guide us. Waiting for ur Reply

 

Yes, Innova is perfect for

Yes, Innova is perfect for this route. Yes, you can go to Tso-Moriri from Manali. Inner Line permit is no longer required for Tso-Moriri any longer as per the last update i had.  similarly Pangong can also be visited without permit. better check with some local agency just to be sure.

Hi, We are 6 people

Hi,

We are 6 people travelling from chandigarh to chandigarh via srinagar - leh - manali. We'll rent bikes in chandigarh. From Leh our plan is to go TsoMoriri and Tso Moriri to Sarchu and Sarchu to Manali. Does bikes rented in chandigarh are allowed to Tso Moriri? 

I am aware that outside rented bikes are not allowed to Pangong Lake and Nubra.

Thanks

Yes, Outside Ladakh bikes are

Yes, Outside Ladakh bikes are not allowed so same situation would be for Tso-Moriri lake.

Hello, We would like to drive

Hello,

We would like to drive from Hanle to Tsomoriri and then to Sarchu 

1) is it possible to drive from HAnle to Tsomoriri in a day? and how long would it take?

2) Is it possible to drive from tsomoriri to Sarchu in a day? or do you suggest we take night halt anywhere in the middle? we would be reaching by the evening at tsomoriri so ideally we would like to stay for half a day at the lake and start our drive to Sarchu by about 12 noon. 

Thank you

Tso-Moriri to Sarchu in a day

Tso-Moriri to Sarchu in a day is not a problem. I am not sure about Hanle to Tso-Moriri. Roads are now much better in this part of the country so you can cover quite a distance now. If you are starting at 12 then it might be little tricky. I can not recall if there is any place between Tso-Moriri to Sarchu where night halt is possible. may be a tent site but not sure.

Hi Vishnu ,   I am planning

Hi Vishnu ,

 

I am planning for a bicycle trip from Leh to Tso moriri and back. I have the route mapped. Need your help with two things :

1. What are the places to stay on this route - or it is in tents only.

2. Is there a possibility of a backup vehicle that can be hired from Leh.

I plan to do this in End July..so hows the whether then.

Hi Jayant, July end is good

Hi Jayant,

July end is good time to visit Tso-Moriri and Ladakh. Yes, there are many villages enroute where you can stay. homestays are available in all the villages of Ladakh so stay should not be a problem. Chumathang and Korzok are nice villages to stay.

You can hire a backup vehicle from Leh but it would be really expensive.

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Hi Vishnu,   We are planning

Hi Vishnu,

 

We are planning a trip to the moutains this year.

We would be going from Leh to Hanle via Pangong Tso Lake.
Route: Spangmik – Man – Kakstek – Chusul  - Tsaga la – Tsaga Village  – Loma– Hanle

Then from Hanle to Tso Moriri Lake

Route:     Hanle – Salsal La – Charchagan La  – Tso Moriri/Korzok 

Do we get permit for the routes mantioned? Do we need to add any place in permit to vist these places?

 

Yes, you would need permit

Yes, you would need permit for Hanle. You can get permit from DC office at Leh. Once you have permit you can visit all the places which fall into inner line.

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hi sir, Sir we are planning

hi sir,

Sir we are planning to go to Leh ladakh. our planning is:

1. we will go by air from delhi to srinagar and same day can we hire shared taxi from srinagar to kargil at any time?.

2. Can we do one day trip for nubra valley if it can not be done then can we hire bike for local leh sightseeing including visiting khartungla pass       by hiring bike.

3. we want to over night stay at pangong lake and then want to visit Tsomoriri lake. Is it possible by shared taxi??? As we will not go back to         leh, we will go to manali and then we will take volvo bus to delhi.. can we find shared taxi easily??

Please suggest.........

1) Shared taxis are limited

1) Shared taxis are limited on this route. I think most of those departs early in the morning. you can check once you are in Srinagar. Private taxi can be hired any time.

2) Nubra Valley in single day is not recommend. if you are sort of time then visit Khardungla as half day trip

3) No.. Shared taxis do not ply on that route. the route (Leh-Pangong-Tso-Moriri- Manali) you outlining is only possible with a private vehicle.

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We are 3 people going to

We are 3 people going to leh,nubra valley (over night stay),pangong lake, and tro moriri on 5-9-2015 for 8 days trip. Kindly suggest what precautions wrt Sun glasses to be taken? Are they essential in this period?

Yes. Sun Glasses are

Yes. Sun Glasses are mandatory. Sun is really harsh at this elevation.

Hi Vishnu, we r 06 heads with

Hi Vishnu, we r 06 heads with one 09 years old child, planned 04 Oct. 15 Morning from Manali and we've Return Flight from Srinagar on 12 Oct.15 at 04 p.m. We r interested to visit TSO MORIRI LAKE, TSO PANGONG LAKE, NUBRA VALLEY and LEH. kindly assist us, what'll be the BEST, SAFEST and BUDGETERY ITINIRARY ?

8 days are too hectic to do

8 days are too hectic to do the entire circuit. for visiting all the places you mentioned, its better to hire a private vehicle. from Manali, you can take a bus to Leh and then hire a taxi to visit all these places are day trip. you will have to stay overnight at Nubra. and at last you should take a private taxi to Srinagar from Leh. it is do-able but quite hectic.

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Hi Vishnu, Its really nice

Hi Vishnu,

Its really nice and motivating to see you giving your efforts and time to everyone.

 

We are 3 freinds goin to ride bikes on rent from manali to leh from 3 Aug 2015 to 13 aug 2015 thr the following itinerary :

(manali - Jispa - Sarchu - Tsomoriri lake - leh - khardungla, nubra, pangong lake - Leh)

 

Wanted to knw that do we require any permit at any point of time during our travel. If yes can you help us with the other details for the permit. 

also can we ride bikes which are registered in manali in the interiors of Leh or do we need leh registered bikes to ride in Leh

No. Permit is no longer

No. Permit is no longer required for this stretch. I do not think there is any restriction for bikes however only Ladakh registed taxis are allowed for tours.

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Hi....me and my friends want

Hi....me and my friends want to visit manali(we are from chandigarh) and want to trekk but on a tight budget, moreover they thrown all the planing part utp me...i have done some research and study the paths to  tso moriri lake...i have a doubts..

1)From Manali, arent there any regular HP Roadways bus to spangmik or leh which drop me down to any of the nearest(like puga, meroo according to google maps) to Tso morir where i could find any bike on rent.

2)I have seen somewhere over internet regarding the HP roadways busses to Kaza with a fare of 250/- and was planning to cover the ChandraTaal Lake from losar or kumzum pass...but i dont know whether i should get any vehicle or bikes on rent either from losar or kumzum pass?

3)what are the prefered vehicles to nubra valley? Any HPRTC bus to nubra or to any nearby regions(like to Diskit or Khalsar or sumur)? or i have to rent bike directly from spangmik or tangste or dubruk?

4)There is Geepang gath Glacial lake been spoted on maps but i really havent found any picture over internet! Is there any way to go by doing some trekking on foot or bikes?

5) Please suggest me some best and cheapest ways(starting from chadrataal > tso kar > tso moriri > pangong tso > nubra valley) to all these site and spots, i am really planning this on stake of tight budget! your help is much appriciated!

Bikes can only be hired from

Bikes can only be hired from Manali or from Leh.

1) You can only visit Tso-moriri from Manali-Leh highway if you have a private vehicle. There are no public transport for that stretch and no place to get bike on rent.

2) From Manali, board any bus or shared sumo bound to Kaza. Get down at Batal and then there is trek to Chandra Tal.

3) No, you would not get government buses to Nubra valley. You can get shared Sumos every morning.

4) There are many unknown lakes in this terrain. Most of these lakes are only accessible by foot and some of those are even not accessible because there is no trail. For such tours, you need to have an experienced Guide and support staff.

5) Manali- Batal- Chandral Tal.

Then you come back to Manali-Leh highway. Board a bus or taxi to Leh. Shared Sumos to Nubra valley. Shared Sumos to Pangong lake (For this you need to coordinate with fellow travelers), and same for Tso-moriri. Tso-kar would not be possible using public transport. its close to Tso-moriri though.

let me know if you have more questions.

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1. After the ILP has been

1. After the ILP has been lifted, how feasible it is to visit Tso Moriri on way to leh from Manali ?

2. I read somewhere that Taxis other than ones registered in Leh are not allowed to take tourists anywhere else than manali to Leh. But then I also came across that this is with the exception of Tso Kar and Tso Moriri. I am Planning Manali-Sarchu/(1N), Sarchu-Cut for Tso Kar before Debring-Tso-Kar-Puga-Tso Moriri-Karzok(1N), Tso Moriri-Puga-Mahe-Chumathang-Upshi-Leh. Will this be possible, or is this allowed as far as going on a Manali based Taxi is concerned?

3. What may be the chances of finding a willing Taxi from Manali for this Route?

 

 

1) Possible if you have

1) Possible if you have private vehicle. There is a detour which is mentioned in the map above.

2) Yes. It is allowed. No problem taking this circuit. your taxi can drop you at Leh after this.

3) I do not think there will be any problem finding a taxi for this route. All the tours guy can arrange the same.

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hei, Me and my friends are

hei,

Me and my friends are planing to visit srinagar, leh and manali in mid june 2015. We are going from srinagar to Leh and once we are in Leh, we also want to visti Tso Moriri Lake and Pangong tso lake. So  what route should we take to see these two lakes? Also how to reach manali from there? Can you please tell us the best effective way that saves time. 

thank you!

Tso Moriri and Pangong lake

Tso Moriri and Pangong lake is in two different direction from Leh so generally people do these lakes as day trips. If you can hire a taxi for 2 days then i will recommend Leh-Pangong (Overnight stay) and then Tso-Moriri - Leh. From Tso Moriri, there is also a direct route whicch connects to Leh-Manali highway. In case, you do not want to return to Leh then from Tso Moriri, you can take that shortcut. It is mentioned in the map attached.

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we are a group of 5 guys and

we are a group of 5 guys and we are travelling to leh from Srinagar by hiring a taxi.

1) Can we cover Srinagar to leh in 1 day.

2) Can we go to tso Mariri lake while going to Pangong lake.

3) Can we get bikes on rent in Leh.

4)What will be the temperature like during 1 week of June.

1) It will be hectic to cover

1) It will be hectic to cover Srinagar-Leh in a single day. i would suggest overnight stay in Dras or Kargil.

2) No, Pangong and Tso-Moriri are in different directions.

3) Yes. you can get bikes on rent in Leh

4) June is relatively hot during Day time. you may expect sudden drop in temperature during night.

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I am planning to drive from

I am planning to drive from Kolkata-Srinagar-Leh-Manali-Kolkata from 1-21 Jun 2015. I have a Toyota Etios ground clearance 170. My family of my wife, 2 daughters (age 13 & 9) will be travelling. What i could gather from the various postings are that the Leh to Pangong & Tso moriri to Tso Kar to Sarchu are the toughest stretch. Considering the ground clearance of Etios do you think this is do able? What precautions need to be taken ?

Personally i would not

Personally i would not recommend to take Etios on this stretch with family. You can make the whole journey but will face problems in many stretches and at times, things are very bad due to flash flood. Will recommend something little more sturdy.

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Hi, I am planning to travel

Hi,

I am planning to travel as a couple in the month of Aug  2015 for 7 days(8th(land at delhi) to 15th(leh to delhi by flight)). Travelling from banglaore.

planning to book hptdc bus from delhi to manali

I am looking for Delhi- manali - keylog/jispa-tso moriri- leh.  Is it possible to travel by rtc buses ? will buses be frequent and suitable for day journey with baggage of 2 trollies.

i read in your article that tso moriri is not accessible by public transport. Is that possible to hire a cab from Jispa -tso moriri-leh

If so, i can book hotels in manali, keylong/jispa through online. But not sure about tso moriri.

how much will it cost if i hire a cab from manali to leh for 3days/2 nights.

is there any site where i can directly book hotels in leh avoiding agents like hptdc.

can you suggest a better plan as i am travelling with family.

 

 

I think there is just one

I think there is just one direct bus from Delhi to Leh. HRTC buses are good. You can book a volvo from Delhi to Manali and then another bus to Leh. Tso-moriri is not well connected with public transport. if you want to make from Jispa to Tso-moriri then you will have to hire a private taxi. Even from Leh, there is no public transport to Tso-Moriri.  It should be possible to hire a private taxi from Jispa.

Tso-moriri hotels can not be booked online. you can get the hotel after reaching there.

I do not have any idea about the websites for booking the hotels. there are many i guess.

Hi Vishnu, Its nice to see,

Hi Vishnu, Its nice to see, how you are helping the travellers for laddakh region.

I am also planning a trip to Leh-Ladakh in May 2015 from New Delhi. We are 2 guys on 1 Bike, Fz 150cc

I just want to know that;

1. what are the essentials things to carry? (including how many warm clothes?)

2. How to plan the trip from leh to tso moriri, pangong lake, nubra valley, we have to cover these points in mimimun days, please help us to plan these. (we have to go back from leh to delhi via kargil, srinagar highway)

3. Also, do you know any way, how to carry the laggage, can we add a carrier to our Fz bike for luggage.

Please provide the essentials information and help our dream come true.

It will be great if you can share your contact no., so that I can discuss the things personally.

thanks

kushagra

I never did biking so can not

I never did biking so can not help much with respect to packing the luggage etc. You will also have to carry cans for fuel because there is no petro pump on this route. May is the beginning of the season so you will find lots of snow on the passes.

The best route would be Manali-Sarchu-Tso Moriri and then Pangong lake. In the end go back to Leh and then take Kargil highway.

I hope its helpful.

Regards
Vishnu Kumar

Hi..... Me & My friends, a

Hi..... Me & My friends, a group of 6 are planning to go Manali- leh- Srinagar in 1st week of June. We are renting 3 bikes & a car from manali. We are planning night halts at keylong or Jispa, sarchu, ksokhar or tsomoriri, leh (2 ngts), pangong lake, kargil, srinagar. Let me know is my plan ok or change it. I know renting bike will be charged extra if it is one way. Let me know for the plan. Will wait for your reply, Regards, Sunil

Plans seems do-able to me. I

Plans seems do-able to me. I have never done biking so can not help you much about renting bikes etc. I can give you a number of a friend who frequent does biking in this part. He might help.

Hi... Me & my friends, a

Hi...

Me & my friends, a group of 6 are planning to go Manali- leh - srinagar in 1st week of June 2015. We are going with 3 bikes (Enfield booking from Manali) & a car. We have planned night stay at

1. keylong or jispa

2. Sarchu

3. leh

4. leh

5. Pangong lake

6. Kargil

7. Srinagar.

We had not thought of Stay at Tso moriri or Tsokar. Please suggest how to route our plan. We have 14-15 days in hand. We will be going from manali & returning from Srinagar. I know about the bikes. They Charge more if we take bikes only 1 way. Let me know how to plan. Should we stay 3rd night at tsokar or tsomoriri & then to leh.

Please reply.

Regards,

Sunil 

I have never done biking so i

I have never done biking so i can not help much about this itinerary. I am not sure how much distance can be covered in a single day on bikes.  I still think its doable. Keylong can be first night stay and then Sarchu and Tso-moriri. I don't think if there is anything near Tsokar where you can find accommodation etc.

On Srinagar route, Kargil and Dras are considered the standard overnight options for breaking the journey.

Cheers
Vishnu Kumar

Hi is it possible to cover

Hi

is it possible to cover pangong lake and diskit village in 6 days from manali.I guess we are planning in first week of August.What you  suggest is this is the right time to go or we should wait for may'15.

August is nice time to visit 

August is nice time to visit  Ladakh.. I am not sure if Rohtang would be open by May 2015... its better to wait till August...

6 days are fine to cover Pangong lake and Diskit both... Diskit and Pangong are in two different directions so these will be 2 seperate trips...

Hi Vishnu,   First of all,

Hi Vishnu,

 

First of all, thank you for the wonderful map and article.

 

I'm planning to go to Leh from Manali and this is my Tso Moriri route. Please let me know if it can be done on a motorbike?

 

Keylong to Pang - 1 Day

Pang to Tso Moriri - 1 Day

Tso Moriri to Upshi - 1 Day

Upshi to Pangong - 1 Day

Pangong to Leh - 1 Day

 

Also, could you please tell me which route is best from Tso Moriri to Upshi? (Via Chumtang or Tanglang La?)

 

Can I spend a night at Upshi? Do we have enough places to stay there?

 

Apologies for asking so many questions. One can't be too careful Smile

 

Eagerly waiting for your reply.

 

Thank you,

Sarath

Hi Sarath, Once you descended

Hi Sarath,

Once you descended to Changthang plateau (Tso moriri and Tso kar region) then there is no point to come back to main Manali-Leh highway and ascend till Tanglang la... I would suggest to go via Chumthang...

At  Upshi, you can get accommodation...

While in Chumathang, do check if they made any short cut to Spangmik (However i feel you may require permit to take that trail)...otherwise go till Karu and then onto Pangong..

Hope it helps..

Cheers
Vishnu Kumar

Hi, We are planning to reach

Hi,

We are planning to reach Leh via Tso Morri from Manali i.e Manali - Sarchu - Tso Morri - Leh in 3 days.( Overnight in Sarchu, Tsomorri and Leh)

Will this be feasible, because we read at many places that we have a big AMS issue. We are really on tight schedule, hence cant cover this route in 4 days.

Please suggest can we go ahead with plan or any suggestion to cover it within time constraint we have.

 

Thanks.

 

 

 

 

Yes... It is very much

Yes... It is very much feasible... First night at Sarchu might be a challenge as its not just high but very cold as well... During my visit my years back, I stayed in the tent and night was arctic cold... As you are traveling by road, AMS should not be a prime challenge...Chances of getting acclaimize is high... I would suggest go ahead with the  plan... Very much doable in my opinion...

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Hi, I am going to Leh by road

Hi, I am going to Leh by road and coming back via Manali.On the Way will stay at Tsomiri, Pls advise which other place I should stay while going from Tsomiri to Manali.

Enroute, you can either say

Enroute, you can either say at Sarchu or Keylong... would suggest Keylong... From Tso-Moriri, you can drive to Tanglangla and then drive further towards Sarchu, Jispa, Keylong...

I am planning to go tso

I am planning to go tso moriri on royal enfileld by this route

Leh – Karu (36 KMs) – Upshi (13 KMs) – Kumdok (19 KMs) – Kere (53 KMs) – Chumathang (34 KMs) – Mahe (22 KMs) – Sumdo (10 KMs) – Korzok

 

You think it can be done on a bike?

I think its very much

I think its very much doable...

Hi,      I am going to visit

Hi,

     I am going to visit Leh from Srinagar during the first week of June, from there to Nubra Valley, Pagong Lake, then to Tso Moriri, TsoKor and finally back to Manali via Rohtang. We are a group of 8 males all aged between 31-35 . Personally I had visited high altitudes like Gurudummar lake in North Sikkim (17120ft). But I think Khardung La pass and Zoji La passes will be higher. Do you think there can be health related problems? If the answer is affirmative what urguent medicines do we need to keep in possession? While returning back to Manali will it be preferable to spend the night at Sarchu or Keylong? Is there a need to take heavy woollens during this time?

                               Eagerly waiting for your reply

                                                   ANJAN BASAK

 

As you already experienced

As you already experienced high altitude places of North Sikkim so i don't think you will face any health issue in Ladakh... travel by road also give sufficient time to get acclimatized... more information on AMS

http://thinkingparticle.com/forum/frequently-asked-questions-acute-mount...

I would recommend to spend night in Keylong.. Sarchu has tents in open and that too at relatively high altitude.. Temperature goes down drastically.. Night in Sarchu can be quite a challenge...

YES, carry heavy woollens...

Happy tripping

Vishnu

I am planning to go to Ladhak

I am planning to go to Ladhak from Srinagar in second week of July 14. Also planning to visit Tso-moriri lake and Pangong lake. Further I will go to Manali. My questions are;

1. How much time required to visit Leh, and both the lakes.

2. Do I essentially need passport to visit lakes ?

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