Stok Kangri: Vertical limit

Stok Kangri: Vertical limit
Trekkers heading up to a saddle on their way to climbing Stok Kangri, Photo Credit: Ahtushi

Climbing up to Stok Kangri in Ladakh takes one through a ruggedly beautiful region

April 07 , 2014
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Trekkers heading up to a saddle on their way to climbing Stok Kangri

Trekkers make their way down to Stok village from Mankarmo along the Stok Chu valley
The Siachen (Sia means rose and Chen means flower) is a legendary Ladakhi flower. This beautiful bush is abundant in July
The Himalayan Aster, a leafy perennial herb, is mostly found in the Eastern Himalaya, but stray flowers are also seen in Ladakh
A trekker heads down to Stok village along the Stok Chu valley
Expedition guides put up prayer flags on the summit of Stok Kangri
The beautiful spire of Stok Kangri as seen from Leh

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