Across Jhunglam

Across Jhunglam

Itinerary

Jhunglam, which means the middle way in Ladakhi, is one of the most adventurous and isolated treks in Ladakh.  Far into the mountains through wild and remote valleys the route passes through narrow gorges with numerous river crossings, high passes and ancient Zanskari villages.

This route was used by Zanskari and Ladakhi traders for centuries in early spring and autumn when the river level in the gorges are low and the heavy snow closes the high passes.

Itinerary at a glance:

 

Day 1: Arrival in Delhi.
Day 2: Delhi- Leh.
Day 3: Acclimatization in Leh.
Day 4: Sightseeing of Buddhist Monasteries.
Day 5: Trek to Skiu.
Day 6: Trek to Markha.
Day 7: Trek to Hankar.
Day 8: trek to Yakrupal.
Day 9: Rubrang.
Day 10 Trek to Kharnak Sumdo.
Day 11: Trek to Wangchuk Sumdo.
Day 12: Trek to Chupchak.
Day 13: Trek to Zangla Sumdo.
Day 14: Trek to Zangla.
Day 15: Trek to Zangla Doksa.
Day 16: Trek to Nyeraks Doksa.
Day 17: Nyeraks.
Day 18: Trek to Yulchung.
Day 18: Trek to Base of Single La.
Day 19: Trek to Photoksar.
Day 20: Trek to Sumda.
Day 21: drive to Leh.
Day 22: Leh-Delhi

User Query

Why Outdoor Adventure

It doesn’t matter what type of outdoor activity you do, it’ll entail some form of physical movement. Whether it’s running up a mountain, playing a sport or just going for a walk to the park, every activity will encourage physical exercise, which is good to improve one’s well-being. A walk in the morning before a busy day is a great idea. Not only will you up your physical game but also catch some vitamin D from the sunlight. You can make this a family activity and engage in simple games as they can develop physical agility and proper body coordination.

What You Get

You can either explore nature by going on a trek or by going on a hike, there are many options. Here are a few reasons why spending time in the outdoors is good for you.

  • Physical benefits
  • It’s good mental exercise
  • Personality development
  • Increased work productivity