High Altitude Trek from Yuksom to Goechala
10 days 9 nights.
Day1: NJP to Yuksom by car, a 7/5 hours journey. Stay at homestay in Yuksom (1750m)
Day2: Start from Yuksom in the morning and trek to Sachen. Total distance cover 10Km. Night stay at Sachen in Tent
Day3: Start from Sachen and trek to Tshoka(3040m). Total distance cover 7 KM. . Night stay at Tshoka in Tent.
Day4: Star from Tshoka and trek to Dzongri(3930m). Total distance covered 10Km. Night sta at Dzongri in tent.
Day 5: Start from Dzongri and trek to Dzongri La Pass(4417m). And back to Dzongri. Night stay at Dzongri.
Day6: Start Dzongri and trek toThansing(3800m). Total distance cover 10 km. Night sta at Thansing in tent.
Day7: Start from Thansing and trek to Goechala Pass(4930m) and back to Thansing. Total distance cover 14Km. Night stay at Thansing in tent.
Day8: Start from Thansing and trek to Tshoka. Total distance cover 16Km. Nighht stay at Tshoka in Tent.
Day9: Stat from Tshoka and trek to Yuksome. Total distance 17 Km. Ninght sta at Yuksome in homestay.
Day10: From yuksom back to NJP by car.
Total distance cover: 78 Km (approx)
Total cost: Trekking Cost: For 2 person group 4000/- per head
For 4 person group 3500/- per head
For 6 person group 3200/- per head
For 10 person group 2500/- per head
For 15 person group: 2000/- per head
Car from NJP to Yuksom 6500/-
Car from Yuksom to NHP 6500/-
Night stay at homestay for 1850/- per head per day (MAP)
NB : Trekking cost included guide, fooding and tent.
Sleeping bag extra. Any other permission extra
Do bring a lot of clothing. One or two changes are all you will require. Casual attire is permitted in most of the hotels we use.
The most important thing about getting attired for trekking as well as for touring in the Himalayas is to dress in layers, which can be removed or added easily.
Your camping overnight-essentials include pillows and mattresses but does not include sleeping bags
For The Feet
• Walking Boots: Lightweight, Porter and waterproof
Be sure to wear them in well before your trek
Ensure there is enough toe room
Ensure they are comfortable with double socks
• Trainers / tennis shoes / sandals for camp wear.
• Socks: 4 to 5 pairs of each
(a) wool-blend and (b) thin cotton,
to be worn in combination.
For the Body
• Lightweight pants
• Long shorts
• Track pants for camp wear and colder days.
• Long skirts are an excellent alternative to shorts for women
and culturally more acceptable
• T-shirts: shirts with collar to provide protection from the sun
• Underwear: as required
• Waterproof Jacket: with an effective hood, waterproof
and windproof, should be thigh length
• Jacket: lightweight, quick drying polar fleece.
For The Head and Hands
• Hats: -Woolen hat or balaclava and a peaked sun hat
• Sunglasses: 100% UV filtering
• Daypack: medium size comfortable with waist strap.
Size should be 30 to 40 liters.
• Water bottle: 1-liter minimum.
• Flashlight: lightweight camper style or headlamp
and spare batteries.
• Penknife: Swiss Army or Leatherman type.
• Toiletries: biodegradable from health or camping stores.
• Moneybelt: for security on the trails and around town.
• Inner Liner for Sleeping Bag: preferably cotton
High Altitude Treks
• Thermal Underwear - long sleeved vest (2) and long johns (1)
• Windproof/Waterproof Over pants
• Snow Gaiters
The above mentioned equipment list has been prepared on an average weather trend but do keep in mind that weather conditions in the Himalayas are very unpredictable. We advise you to be prepared for all eventualities, be it rain, unseasonal cold or heat. If you wish to bring less and take your chances, that is entirely your responsibility.
NB: 1. Carry your valid ID proof.
2. You have to create your own group for this tour
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