Kangyatse Peak 6200 (also known as Kangyatse II) is a mountain peak located in the Ladakh region of India. Here is an overview of what you can expect when climbing Kangyatse Peak 6200:
Location: Kangyatse Peak 6200 is located in the Markha Valley of the Ladakh region in the Union Territory of Ladakh, India. The peak is part of the Greater Himalayas and is close to the border with Tibet.
Elevation: The summit of Kangyatse Peak 6200 is 6,200 meters (20,341 feet) high, making it a challenging but attainable climb for experienced mountaineers.
Climbing Season: The best time to climb Kangyatse Peak 6200 is typically from mid-June to mid-September, when the weather is relatively stable and the conditions are suitable for climbing. However, it's important to keep in mind that weather conditions can be unpredictable and can change quickly in the mountains.
Difficulty Level: Climbing Kangyatse Peak 6200 is considered a technically challenging climb, requiring a high level of physical fitness, mountaineering experience, and technical skills such as using crampons, ice axes, and ropes. The ascent involves steep snow and ice climbs, and the altitude can also pose a significant challenge.
Permits: Mountaineers who wish to climb Kangyatse Peak 6200 must obtain a permit from the Indian Mountaineering Foundation. It's important to apply for permits well in advance, as they can take some time to process.
Guides: It's highly recommended to hire a local guide or join a guided expedition when climbing Kangyatse Peak 6200, as they can provide valuable knowledge about the terrain, weather, and conditions, as well as help ensure your safety during the climb.
Overall, climbing Kangyatse Peak 6200 is a challenging but rewarding experience for experienced mountaineers. The climb provides stunning views of the surrounding landscape, including the nearby peaks of Stok Kangri and the Zanskar Range. The Markha Valley trek, which leads up to the base camp of Kangyatse Peak 6200, is also a popular and scenic trekking route in the region.
Shang Sumdo to Lartsa is mostly ascending up along the deep river gorges with strange landscapes to see. The high mountain peeks are touching the sky’s face and one can see blue sheep around the mountains. And finally after ascending all these height, the camp at the base of Gongmarula (5130m) is a bit dusty.
From Lartse the trek starts steep ascending up the Gongmaru La (5130 m) as the trail winds up steeply. When you are at the top of the Gongmarula, you will surely enjoy the beautiful views of the Shang Valley, Gang Arts the Karakoram Ranges, and the Markha Valley and the surrounding mountain ranges. Then the descend down isn’t so steep and the trail runs along the left side of the valley. And your camp will approach after an hour later the camp will be reach with the good views.
From the camp, start ascending up towards the base camp. The ascending is not tough and the camp is not too far and you are serve hot lunch on your arrival. The base camp is in a small valley just before the peak.
Early in the morning at around 2;00AM, we’ll start ascending up to submit the peak. The ascending up is quite tough and a bit technical as you climb towards the top. Then as you reach the peak, you will surely enjoy the unimaginable views that surround the peak. You can have a view of the deep Markha valley beneath the Stok ranges and the Zanskar ranges that become bold as they run towards Rubsho. Then descending down is not so easy and one should follow the instructions of the guide to avoid problems. Overnight in camp
After Breakfast walk down to Nimaling. Overnight in camp
After breakfast is done, start trekking to reach Kongmaru La (5100 M). The trek to Kongmaru la passes through narrow gorges. From the top of the pass, you will have a view of Ladakh ranges and sight of villages to the north of Indus valley . Cross the pass and proceed to Chokdo, it will be the pickup point from where you will be driven to Leh.
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It's been a week since we've returned to the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong and we haven't stopped raving and reminiscing about the fabulous time we had trekking from Raru to Shang Sumdo. We just wanted you to know that we have really enjoyed having Namgyal as our guide. His enthusiasm to share his knowledge of the wildlife and the local culture has enriched the experience of our trek tenfold. Just when the walking sometimes gets too tedious, he would point out a herd of blue sheep, a pug mark left by a snow leopard or a few wild asses on a ridge; wild life we would have missed have we been trudging on our own. He knows when to slow down and quicken the pace when there is need. We have felt really safe and well looked after by your staff the whole time. There was one particular river crossing that we were quite worried as we have read that the river can be uncrossable in July. Fortunately with all the prayers and offerings that Namgyal has made to Buddha along the trek, it must have paid off as the river did not swell to an unmanageable level. Namgyal, together with Tulag and Nawang helped us across the river safely.
We've also enjoyed the variety of food Tulag prepared for us every meal and the effort your staff had made to make the dining tent a cosy place to eat (candles and napkins! wow!) His kitchen tent is so organized and as we are used to preparing our own simple food when camping, it is a really pleasant change not to worry about that aspect this time round. He has definitely impressed us with his apple pie, pizza and cake-baking skill. Since our return, I have tried to replicate one of his egg curry recipe but somehow haven't got it quite right yet.
Overall, we have really been very impressed by your attentive and hardworking staff and your recommendation of the trek route couldn't have been better. The remoteness of the trek route is a big plus for us. Thank you for a fabulous trekking experience.
Overland Escape helped us discover the amazing Nubra Valley, then guided us through the spectacular Markha Valley trek and also arranged for a successful summit bid on Kang Yatze 2 (6200m). An amazing trek! Overland were professional and friendly. Our guide (Namgyal) and support team were fantastic and we would highly recommend them to anyone wanting to experience the wonders of Ladakh. We would love to return and will certainly be in touch with Overland Escape to plan our next adventure....
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Recently my wife and me had the pleasure of visiting Leh and some of the popular surrounding areas like Ule / Lamayuru, Nubra Valley and Pangong lake.
Our visit was from July 3 to 10, 2016 and was indeed a very nice trip. This was made possible because of the 2 persons who attended and took care of us.
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