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33°57'24.6"N 77°17'52.6"E

Markha Valley Trek

A Charming Tea House Trail set in the arid cold desert of Ladakh, Markha is a stunning river valley in Hemis National Park.
  • Ladakh
  • 9 Days
  • 65 KM
  • 17,060 FT
  • Moderate
  • ₹ 19500
    $ 270*
    The price is for a group of 16 people. The charges will be different for a tailormade private trek. The charges in dollars are more as the permit fees are different for non-indians.

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  • Base Camp

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    Leh, India

  • Pickup Point

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    Leh Airport, India

  • Minimum Age

    For this adventure, we only allow people above this age to ensure the safety of everyone joining this adventure.



  • Markha Valley trek offers a striking contrast of trekking in a dry cold desert valley while providing beautiful views of Ladakh & Zanskar ranges, the 21,000 ft Kang Yissay and the 20,086 ft Stok Kangri peaks.
  • The trek goes inside the beautiful Hemis National Park and involves two pass crossings- Gandala La (15748 ft) and Kongmaru La (17,060 ft).
  • Some exciting waist-deep river crossing sections on Markha River to trails going across interesting Buddhist villages and rocky canyons are some of the features that give this trek a unique fervor.
  • With close proximity to Leh, which is one flight away from most Indian metropolitan cities, Markha Valley Trek can be something any experienced traveler to Leh should definitely consider doing.


The Markha Valley Trek is one of the most astounding and well-known treks in the Ladakh region of India. Located in the northwestern part of India, the Ladakh region is famed for its savagery and uneaten beauty. The trek follows a remarkable high valley with excellent views across the mountain region and is one of the best ways to experience the unique culture of the High Himalaya region. The Markha Valley trek goes long with the Markha River downstream taking in several high passes including Ganda La (15748 ft) and Kongmaru La (17,060 ft). From both passes, you get grand views across the landscape with the tall peaks of Kang Yissay and the Stok Kangri (20,086 ft) coming into sight. Not only is the trek one of mountain beauty, but it also takes trekkers through an outlook of ancient farming with many green irrigated fields and local villages being passed along the way. You'll also encounter several monasteries and meet the shiny dressed monks as they go about their daily lives. You will be open to several waist-deep river crossings, high rocky canyons, and tour many Buddhists villages en-route.

Quite less are aware of the dryer and barren side of this heavenly place. The most desired adventure hub Leh, popular for its raw and arid thrills, is a gateway to the burned-out trails. With Markha Valley trek one gets to redeem the dry region of mighty Kashmir. The mysterious ride of 9 days, exhibiting lush green to yellow barren landscapes, passing alongside Indus river, will stay in mind for your lifetime.

Markha Valley is the largest valley of the Ladakh region. Leh is the starting point of this trek, which is an added advantage to explore the Buddhist monuments in Leh. You will be astonished to traverse through the tiny hamlets as you gain altitude. Surprisingly, these villages host cafes or tea houses serving rejuvenating hot drinks when you are tired from the strenuous hike. One after another, Rumbak, Yurutse, Skiu, Markha, Hankar, Nimaling settlements will revitalize you. Not only that most of the villages have preserved monasteries, ruined forts, and temples. One of them, the Tacha monastery is a beautiful and heart catcher that lies between the mountains.

Though the trek goes through dry regions the Indus, Markha and numerous streams will come your way. Since the trail goes through Hemis National Park, all its treasured fauna, mountain sheep, Argali, rabbits, snow leopards can be spotted at every camping site. Ganda La and Kongmaru La are the two cardinal passes to be crossed en route. These passes are known for the panoramic views of infinite Karakoram and Ladakh ranges. The amazing view of K2 mountain, Stok Kangri and Kang Yatse peaks are fulfilling and the motivation of this trek. On limpid days one can get to see faraway Tibet region. A small trek ahead of Markha Valley and you will get to the base of Kang Yatse peaks. The trail is of easy to moderate grade with 1-2 steep sections, is recommended to all age groups. This is not one of those typical treks that retrace the same path while descending. Therefore, you get a wider and non-repetitive insight into Ladakhi Himalayas. Each day reveals mesmerizing views concealed behind the mountains.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Markha Valley trek is between June and mid-October. During this time, the weather is Ladakh is pleasant and the average temperature ranges between 20 - 30°C in the daytime. July and August are the best months for Markha Valley trek as during these months Manali-Leh and Srinagar-Leh highways also open for private vehicles.

Brief Itinerary

Detailed Itinerary

Arrive in Leh and rest to acclimatize in the thin air of Leh. Spend your day at Leh. If you like, you can visit ancient monasteries, palaces, and museums that the place is famous for. Drop by Shey, Thiksey Gompa, and Stok Gompa. Being in the same destination will assist in getting acclimatize well for high altitudes. Towards the evening, you can enjoy a hike to Leh palace. The rest of the evening will be spent on relaxation.

Meals : Not Included
Accommodation : Hotel
Altitude : 11,150 ft.

The Markha Valley starts from Spituk. Continue on the dirt road from Spituk, along the Indus River, all the way up to Zingchen. It takes about two hours to reach Zingchen on foot from Spituk. Drive from Leh to Spituk and reach Spituk early in the morning as it gets very hot in the day time en route to Zinchen. Carry extra water as it may take several hours to find a source of drinking water. At Spituk look for the set of the first Gelukpa Gompa in Ladakh. Go past the village and cross the bridge over the Indus River. After crossing the bridge look out for the guards of Hemis National Park. Walk by the trail until you notice a small village on your right. All this while the Indus is on your right.

The green scenery now gives way to dry grounds. There are a series of dry gullies to cross for about 2 km. The trail then splits into two. One is the jeep trail which remains in the lofty grounds while the other is the mule trail which is shorter. After a 4 km Markha Valley on the mule trail you reach a vantage point from where you get an impressive view of the Indus Gorge below. Look out for some prayer flags. Leaving behind the Indus river, walk towards Zinchen gorge ahead which is another 7 km far away from the junction of Indus and Zinchen Rivers. As you cross over, the trail heads towards the south as you cross another road bridge next to a gorge. An additional 3 to 4 km walk and you will reach Zinchen.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents
Time Taken : 5 hours
Altitude : 11,090 ft.
Distance : 8 km trek

The trail crisscrosses a stream flowing through a gorge. Take the wooden bridge to cover the stream and go to the left of the gorge. Further up move to the right and cross the stream. This trail heads to Rumbak from Zinchen. It takes about 3hrs to reach Rumbak. From there start to your right side to reach Yurutse. Take the small wooden bridge over the stream which takes you to the valley on the right. A 984 ft climb from there, brings you to Yurutse village.

Walk ahead for an hour and cross the bridge past a forest check post of Hemis National Park. The trail is well placed by Forest Officials and proceed till Sumdzom. Register and obtain permits to enter the park. From Sumdzom there is an upstream walk and you come across the wooden bridge two times as you pass through an alluring gorge (Zingchen Nala). The trail enters a valley that narrows down as you move ahead passing via two rocky canyons of sorts. In front of you is Kandala Nallah trail through fields. On the left side, the trail proceeds eastwards up to Rumbak Village. The rocks are rounded so tread carefully. There is an easy stream crossing that will appear to your west after which you get a grand view of the snow-clad peaks of the Stok Mountains as you cross over a fenced plantation area. Rumbak is at a height of 12,470 feet. Notice a route moving further down ahead to Stok La where you can go climbing the Stok Mountains, namely Stok Kangri. Rumak takes the turn towards Yurutse which is a slow climb and can be hard as the effects of high altitude sink in. The landscape is barren and the mountain brightens with a yellow glow and green pastures. Overnight stay in Yurutse.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents/ Homestay
Time Taken : 3 hours
Altitude : 13,520 ft.
Distance : 5 km

Start early in the day towards the Base camp of Ganda La which is a steep gradient involving an hour-long hike. As you move up the valley to the base camp, look for the peak of Stok Kangri looming behind you. Look for the usual prayer flags as you reach the lower base camp of Ganda La at an altitude of 14,272 feet. A further 30 minutes or 1 km will bring you to the high base camp of Ganda La. Enroute you may sight Blue Sheep, Marmot, and Argali roaming the land freely. The Ganda La Pass is a further 1 km up in the valley where the elusive Snow Leopard resides, though sighting one will be rare. At the top of Ganda la pass, you get a grand view down to Zinchen Gorge and Stok Mountains and towards the Skiu side of the valley. The contrast in the landscape on both sides is incredible. The trail is well defined, zig-zags all the way up to the pass. Keep your ears well protected as it is extremely windy. As you pitch down to Skiu, observe the terrain intensifies becomes rocky in nature. This pass crossing section can be hard for trekkers as one may experience headaches, nausea, etc. Ensure you do not hike too fast as the variance in height gained and lost is significant for the day. Carry plenty of water as the quality of water is not that good on way till Shingo. A water filter can help you here.

After two hours of difficult descent, you will reach a settlement named Shingo (13,615 feet). The last section of the Markha Valley for the day until Skiu takes around 3 to 4 hours. The dusty trail undergoes a yellow-colored valley. From Shingo lookout for a trail heading south towards the village field from where you take a logical trail moving towards your left. This trail enters into a narrow gorge with an abundance of wild roses that bloom in the months of July-August.

The trail is well established all the way till Skiu. Expect to cross Shingo Nallah three to four times on the way to Skiu. All this while, the trail is descending down crossing the stream on stepping stones. The bottom of the gorge is full of willow and Sea buckthorn providing much-needed shade from the sun. 1.5 km before the end of the gorge, the stream disappears and you reach Skiu. You have just entered Markha Valley. Observe Markha River coming down from Chilling. This is the point from where Stok Valley blends with Markha Valley. We camp overnight at Skiu.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents/ Homestay
Time Taken : 9 hours
Altitude : 11,160 ft. via 15,748 ft. at pass
Distance : 25 km

Today is a moderate day for trekking with very little altitude gain/loss though there is a lot of distance to cover. From Skiu, start eastwards towards the Markha Valley. Walk along with the Markha River with mountains on both sides. The trail for the day is a comparatively level walk over the river bed, side trails along the river with few parts where you have to climb up and down due to broken down trails in few sections. Walk beside the river for 2 km till you reach a bridge section. Do not cross over but stay on the route along the river. The trail from here has few washout sections requiring you to climb, few meters up and down to pass the broken section of the trail. The trail to Chalak village from here goes through a bridge crossing towards your left and a further 2 km Markha Valley to reach a clearing known as Narding go around with a 3km walk up the valley to a spot called Sara.

Another one km and you reach a bridge crossing section. Cross the bridge and return back to the right side of the river. Observe cultivated Barley fields ahead. You have reached Chalak. We rest at Chalak village and have lunch. It takes around 4 hours to reach Chalak from Skiu. From Chalak the trail ascends slowly as you pass by a trail marked with Bharal horn for directions. Observe chortens and mani walls set high above the river throughout the way. After 2 to 3 km the valley comes up and a river junction takes you to Markha Village. Let the guide decide the best spot for the river crossing. You may find the height of water to be femur high. The water is icy cold so better to take off your shoes and socks and pull up your pants. Once you cross over, Markha Valley for a couple of kilometers till you see a final bridge crossing. As you cross over the bridge you approach Markha -the biggest village in the area, where we camp for the night.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents/ Homestay
Time Taken : 7 hours
Altitude : 12,369 ft.
Distance : 20 km

Today is another moderate day for trekking. Follow the trail from Markha village alongside Markha River, remaining at the right side. Ignore a wooden plank bridge. After 2 km you reach the intersection where a path from Zanskar meets up. Look for suitable spots to cross over Markha River. You will be required to cross over at least twice. Consult a local in Markha or leave it to the experience of your guide to making this decision. After the second river crossing, it is a 2-hour hike up to Umlung. Look out for the Umlung Gompa and cross over from its base to reach Umlung. You can get a breathtaking view of Mt. Kang Yissay as you climb up from Umlung towards Tacha and Hankar. After 2 hours, skirting up a gorge, you reach an old village named Hankar. A km past Hankar the trail breaks into two. One going to Thochuntse and the other to Zalung karpo La. Continue on the trail going along the branch takes you to Thochuntse which is another 1 km ahead. Proceed to a bridge made of stones and you enter a field area which is Thochuntse. Camp overnight at Thochuntse.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents/ Homestay
Time Taken : 6 hours
Altitude : 13,165 ft.
Distance : 13 km

It’s a shorter 6 km trek to Nimaling. 15 minutes from the Thotchuntse campsite, the trail forks. Take the trail to the left. After 1 hour climb, the landscape is smoother, curvier. The climb becomes gradual. After one hour into the climb, leads you to a pond where you can fill water. A distant walk on a grassy meadow leads you to Nimaling. You see effusive streams on your left with a glacier backing the Kang Yatse and to the right is the Kang Yatse peak. The campsite of Nimaling is in a broad valley and is completely exposed to strong winds. When it snows, the green of the valley turns to an absolute white carpet glittering with snow. Camp overnight at Nimaling.

Meals : B, L, D
Accommodation : Tents/ Homestay
Time Taken : 3 hours
Altitude : 15,518 ft.
Distance : 7 km

Today is a difficult day due to the highest altitude pass crossing of the Markha Valley. From Nimaling look ahead towards Kongmaru la Pass. Cross a stream part and continue towards the north climbing a long face of a ridge leading to Kongmaru la Pass. The hike from Nimaling to Kongmaru la pass takes around 2 hours and is a steep incline hike. At the top of the pass, you will get a great view of Indus valley and Ladakh ranges. You can also see a wide array of wildflowers on the slope leading to the pass. You also get a mobile signal of the BSNL network here. The downhill descent from the pass to Sumdo is brutal. The terrain is rocky and drops down steeply as you enter into a narrow canyon after trekking down 2 to 3 km.

The canyon has a typical landscape one is accustomed to seeing in Ladakh. The brown and reddish rocks on both sides allow not more than 2 to 3 people to pass at a time. After 2 hours of hiking the canyon widens up till you reach Sukarno. The hike from Sukarmo to Shang Sumdo is a long one with a major part on a dry river bed. After an hour of walking on the river bed, you come to a section running along a small hill. The trail here is descending consistently. The last section involves an hour of level walks to reach Sumdo along the same river. Sumdo is a small village with tea shops and parachute tents. Take a cab from Sumdo to Leh which is 8 km on the highway road. You can also Markha Valley to Hemis to visit the Hemis Monasteries. This is a 2 hour Markha Valley from Sumdo. From Sumdo, it takes about 2-3 hours to reach Leh.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation : Hotel
Time Taken : 8 hours
Altitude : 11,150ft. via 17,060 ft. at pass
Distance : 17 km
You can go on with your onward travel plans. This marks the end of the Markha Valley trek in Ladakh with Trekmunk
Meals : Not Included
Accommodation : Not Included

How To Reach

We will arrange a cab for you from the pickup point in Leh which will be the Airport, the charges for the same are included in the package. For communications purposes, we will create a Whatsapp Group before the departure date of the trek and will share the details regarding the transportation. The drop at Leh Airport after the trek will be arranged in a similar way.

How to reach Markha Valley Trek Starting Point ( Leh ) :

By Air

The Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport in Leh is the highest airport in India. You can get daily flights to Leh from most of the cities in India. Frequent flights ply from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, and Kolkata. Standing at an elevation of 11,150 feet, Leh is one of the highest cities in India. 

By Rail

The nearest major railway station is the Jammu Tawi railway station which directly connects major cities of India like New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata and many more. It is the most convenient stop, from where frequent buses and cabs are available.

By Road

You can use either the Manali-Leh highway or Srinagar-Leh highway if you wish to travel by road. The Srinagar-Leh highway is more preferable than the Manali-Leh highway.

Why Trek With Us ?

Twin Sharing Tents
Eco Friendly & Paperless
Finest Guides
Just Right Group Sizes
Commitment to Safety


  • Accommodations at Trek: All accommodations on the trek will be on twin sharing basis in Tents or Homestays. Any accommodation in a hotel/guest house/hostel will be in a budget hotel.
  • Trek Leader and Guides: An experienced and certified Trek Leader, as well as a professional guide, will accompany you for the trek. The team will have years of experience and well equipped for any emergency situation.
  • Services of a Professional Trekking Team: A team of an experienced Cook, Camp Staff, Porters/Mules will accompany you for all the arrangements on the trek.
  • Meals: All Meals on the Trek are included. We will serve Vegetarian Indian food on the trek which will be cooked by our high altitude chefs. It will be a five-course meal plan.
  • Camping and Safety Equipment: All the camping equipment such as Tents, Sleeping bags, Toilet Tents, Dining Tent, Mattresses, and other things will be provided by us and we guarantee the quality. Safety Equipment including Medical kit, Oxygen Cylinder, Oximeter, Crampons & Gaiters(if required) will be provided by us. We recommend you to bring your own sleeping bags if possible.
  • Trek Permits and Forest Camping Charges: Only for Indian Clients, All the applicable trekking permits, Camping Charges, Forest Entry Fee, etc will be paid by us. Foreigners have to pay these charges if not mentioned.
  • A Life-Changing Experience: We assure you that by trekking in the Himalayas you will have a life-changing experience and we will do everything we can to provide you with the best services and make your venture in the wild an unforgettable one. 

Note: Prior to booking any adventure with Trekmunk, it will be mandatory to sign the waiver form and get a medical certificate from a doctor in due time, without these, you will not be allowed to start the trek. All this will be done online without using any paper.


  • GST and Other Taxes: The goods and services tax is not included in the price mentioned with the trek. They are subjected to change according to the government rules of India.
  • Food in Leh: Food in Leh is not included in the package. You can dine anywhere in Leh city,  we can recommend a few good options.
  • Flights and Transportation: Flights or other means of transport are not included in the package. Transportation from Home city to Leh and Leh to Home city is not included in the package. Any expenses occurred during the journey are not included in the package cost.
  • Personal Equipment: Your Rucksack, personal clothing, shoes, trek poles, and other personal trekking gear is not included in this package. You have to bring your own gear according to the weather and difficulty of the trek.
  • Portage of Personal Bags(Offloading): We highly advise you to carry your own burden (your rucksack) but due to any reason, if you wish to not carry your rucksack, we can arrange for a porter/mule to carry it. For this service, you will be charged over and above the trek cost. The charges for offloading vary with every trek.
  • Travel Insurance: Travel Insurance is not included in this package. We recommend you to have travel insurance before opting for such adventures. You can buy insurance from us while booking the trek, it is optional.
  • Personal Expenses: Any personal expenses incurred (Laundry, Bottled Water, Beverages, Snacks, Orders at tea houses or dhabas, Tips for guides, Camera fees, etc) are not included in the package.
  • Emergency Expenses: Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as accidents, bad weather, landslides, road conditions and any other circumstances beyond our control are not included in the package.
  • Anything not mentioned in Inclusions of the package.

Cancellation Policy And More Information

Booking Terms:

1. Confirmation Policy:

Upon Booking, An invoice will be sent to your mail & within 12 to 24 hours the booking confirmation with additional details will be sent to your mail.

2. Cancellation Policy:

(a) 10 percent of the prices of our trips/treks/tours or product or service is your deposit and is not refundable, in any case.

(b) Cancellation received 45 days or more: 90% refund

(c) Cancellation received 30 - 44 days: 60% refund

(d) Cancellation received 30 - 15 days: 30% refund

(e) Cancellation less than 15 days: No refund

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3. Refund Policy:

Any refund applicable will be processed within 10 to 15 business days as per the company policy.

4. Postpone/Transfer of a booked trek:

1. You can postpone your booked trek for a period of two months (61 days) but we will charge a 20% processing fee. The last date for the postponement will be 15 days before the start of the trek. Failing to book the slot in 2 months (61 days) time, would be considered a cancellation with no refund of any kind. Postpone of a booked trek can only be done once. 

2. You can transfer your booked slot for the trek to any fit person till 15 days before the trek. You just have to mail us the request and rest we will handle. The new person has to get all the mandatory documents duly signed for the trek.

More Information: 

1. We Trek for a Cause: For overall development of the areas we run our operations in, we donate Rs 100/- per booking from our profits which are used for the upliftment of the local people and conserving nature. We have named this initiative as - Trek for a Cause. For more details, follow:

2. We are paperless: We are focusing on Sustainable Tourism and to do that we are trying all measures to convert our trek operations to be Eco-Friendly. Going Paperless is one step closer to our aim. 

3. Single-Use Plastic: Trekmunk does not encourage the use of single-use plastic items. We are ensuring that our team is working together to reduce the problem and educate those around them. We will send you instructions on how to go plastic-free on your adventures.

4. Preparing for your Holiday: Getting some additional exercise makes a lot of sense to spend time before coming on a trekking adventure. The fitter you are, the more enjoyable you will find the experience. Hiking in the hill country is the best training but jogging, squash and swimming are also good for developing cardiovascular fitness and stamina. To read more on how to get fit, follow: 

5. Electricity Supply & Plug: You will get electricity supply till the starting point of the trek. If not Indian, We recommend you check if you require an adaptor for your electrical items at:

6. Currency: The unit of currency in India is the Indian Rupees.

7. Health & Vaccinations: 

Severe Allergies: If you have a severe allergy please inform the Trekmunk office before you travel. We will do all we can to help, but we cannot guarantee an allergy-free environment on trekmunk trips. You will need to carry your own treatment for the allergy with you, as 'adrenaline auto-injectors' are not carried as standard by our leaders and staff. You should inform your leader on the arrival of your allergy, and let them know where you keep your adrenaline pen.

Vaccinations: You should contact your doctor or travel clinic to check whether you require any specific vaccinations or other preventive measures. You should be up to date with routine courses and boosters as recommended e.g. diphtheria-tetanus-polio and measles-mumps-rubella, along with hepatitis A and typhoid. Malarial prophylaxis is not usually required for trips in the mountains, however, if you are visiting rural and remote low lying areas then they might be necessary. 

8. Passport & Visas/Identity Proofs: If foreigner, Validity for 6 months, should have blank pages, and should be kept with yourself all the time.

9. Water: If you are on a trekking or cycling holiday, water is supplied to fill up your individual bottles. This will be boiled or filtered. Additionally, you should take purification tablets or a filter bottle (such as a LifeStraw, Sawyer Filter) to treat your water when in towns or where water is not supplied. We do not encourage the purchasing of single-use plastic bottles.

10. Altitude: This adventure involves going to a very high altitude. This is not something that you should worry about; the human body is quite capable of adapting to a very wide range of altitudes, but it is important that we follow some simple rules in order to acclimatize successfully. We will send you the information in your mailbox about Acute Mountain Sickness and trekking in high altitudes. On this trip, we carry bottled oxygen for use in emergencies.

11. Guidance on Tipping: Tipping is the accepted way of saying thank you for good service. Normally the guide and any other trek staff are given their tips at the end of the trek and this is best done as a group. The main guide will make sure that the tip is appropriately distributed among all the staff members on the trek.

12. Spending/Emergency Money: Approximately Rs. 8000-10000/- (in Indian Currency)should be carried for miscellaneous expenses including porter and trek crew tips, drinks, soft drinks, etc. We recommend that you carry your travel money in the form of cash as the availability of ATM is less in these remote areas. This can also serve as your emergency spending money.

13. Travel Insurance: It is recommended to have travel insurance for these kinds of adventures. When taking out insurance please ensure the policy you choose covers you for the activities and altitude included in your itinerary. We will ask for the Travel Insurance Details over a mail. Indians can buy insurance from us while booking the trek.


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