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Singalila Trek in Sikkim 5000meter


Sikkim Singalila Trek

Singalila range start from near by Siliguri west Bengal and end in west Sikkim at near Rathong glacier, and this Singlila trek which is some part in Sikkim, and that's why it known as Sikkim Singalila trek, So which is the Sikkim Singalila trek it is one of the most challanging and round/circuit trek, this trek can offer the view Mt. Evererest and other many peak of Nepal as well as super view of all Sikkim peak, This trek in Sikkim, and we must known this trek are very longer and higher elevaion challanging trek in Sikkim, Singalila trek routelies between the border of  India and Nepal, This singalila trek also called Indo Nepal trek, this trek are srart from Uttrey and end at Yuksom. 


Day 1 : (Arrive Delhi connecting fly to Baghdogra airport)

Arrive in Delhi and fly to Baghdogra airport by domestic flight. Meet the guide at the airport, and drive to Pelling stay overnight at Pelling.

Day 2 : (: A leisure day in Pelling - Uttarey)

A leisure day in pelling visiting places of tourist interest including Pemayangtshe Monastery, changa chollan monastery,Rabdentshe palace and back to hotel take lunch after that move to Uttarey,

Day 4 : ( Chiwa Bhanjyang. Acclimatization Day)

Trek: Excursion - 5˝ hours This is an attractive setting to acquire some essential early acclimatization. A hike to the nearby Singalila Peak at 3500m will give us valuable acclimatization and some excellent views.

Day 5 : (Chiwa Bhanjyang to Dhor - 7˝ hours. Camp 3800m)

A gentle uphill traverse through forest and then over a more exposed hillside brings us to prayer flags adorning our first pass and views of distant mountains - a taste of what is to come. As we gradually gain height we will appreciate the previous day’s acclimatization. The occasional yak herder’s hut is the only sign of habitation as we look down far below to the rice fields and cardamom plantations. Our camp is in a remote and sheltered hollow below the ridge.

Day 6 : (Dhor to Pare Megu - 7 hours. Camp 3800m)

Rising just before dawn, a five-minute walk onto the ridge may reveal the spectacular sight of sunrise on both Everest and Kanchenjunga Throughout the day we descend and climb, maintaining a steady height, spiralling from one side of the ridge to the other until a rough steep ascent takes us across a pass. Beyond, the trail wends its way steadily through rhododendrons and past several Hindu shrines where a second easier pass drops down to our camp close to a shepherd’s summer settlement. Look out for the Blue Sheep on the high craggy mountainside.

Day 7 : (Pare Megu to Lam Pokhari - 4˝ hours. Camp 4300m)

We walk easily on a good trail through woods until we begin a steady rise up a broad valley where we catch our first closer view of the entire Kabru range dominated by Mount Pandim (6,691m). A further 2 hours of ascent will get us to our camp with Everest and a host of other Khumbu giants dominating the distant skyline. An afternoon of rest and acclimatization for the following day’s foot slogging

Day 8 : (Lam Pokhari to Gomathang - 6 hours. Camp 3900m)

Now we are in high mountain country and the forests lie far below. For the past two days we have been walking in Nepal and today we pass the sacred lake of Lam Pokhari, which marks our entry back into Sikkim. A little snow underfoot can be expected as we climb to our first pass, the Danphe Bhir La at 4,530 meters, the Pass of the Pheasant. From here it is possible to see the whole of Sikkim with the view stretching out well into Tibet and Bhutan. A further hour’s contouring and a small ascent reveals the KagBhir La (the Pass of the Crow) where we may be lucky enough to view a panorama of Himalayan peaks including Khangchendzonga. Reluctantly, we then must head downhill making a steep descent to our riverside camp.

Day 9 : (Gomathang to Tikip Chu - 8 hours. Camp 3850m)

We leave our lovely meadow camp to climb through forests of sweet smelling silver fir and rhododendrons. Soon we are in high mountain terrain again. Look out for the brightly colored Danphe birds (Impeyan Pheasant), which nest in the high crags around the Kamsey La, 4,200 m. As we drop down into the meadows of Kok ling, we are already looking up at our next pass of 4,300 m. that we reach with a steady ascent up a steep crag to a skyline dominated by the dizzying pinnacles and icy cliffs of Kanchenjunga. Once again we end the day’s hike with a steep descent to our campsite by the Tikip Chu, which has its source high on the Rathong mountains (6,679 m.).

Day 10 : (Tikip Chu to Dzongri - 3 hrs. 4,030 m.)

Today our route joins the regular trail up to the Goecha La. A steady climb through ancient fir forest, juniper and rhododendrons gradually opens out to the summer pastures of Dzongri. Another high camp, but we should be well acclimatized by now probably in contrast to some of the trekkers we meet who could be on day 3 of their Dzongri Trek at 4,000 m., ‘the headache zone’!

Day 3 : ( Uttarey to Chiwa Bhanjyang - 6 hours)

For eight days we thread our way up and over the highest reaches of the Singalila Ridge, which forms the border between Sikkim and Nepal. We may meet the occasional yak herder but we are well beyond permanent settlements. The names given to places around here however exotic it may sound to your ear are basically associated with their purpose, such as high pastures, passes and ridge points. We pass through a rich forest cover, swathes of rhododendrons, open ridges, sacred lakes and remote passes. Our first day takes us to Chiwa Bhanjyang (3,100 m). An easy trail rises gently through rainforest until a final steep ascent for the last couple of hours bring us to the Nepalese border and our first camp

Day 11 : (Dzongri to Lamuney - 6 hours. Camp 4,200 m.)

Down the hill to Kokchulang where we are likely to accost other trekkers making us look back in retrospect towards really appreciating the peace and solitude of our last few days. We move easily up the valley passing the busy trekkers campsite of Thangsing to our own riverside camp a short distance below the Samiti Lake.

Day 12 : (Lamuney - Goecha La - Thangshing - 10 hrs. Camp 3,800 )

We aim for the Goecha La (The Locked Gate), which lies at almost 5000m, and begin well before sunrise in the clear cold morning air. Around us is an awe-inspiring Himalayan landscape of tumbling glaciers, pinnacles ridges and soaring peaks dominated by the mighty bulk of Kanchenjunga towering above, but the view from our own ‘summit’ is equally stunning. Reluctantly we return to our high camp for a welcome breakfast. Thereafter, we head down to Thangsing where the air feels wonderfully rich at just 3,600 m. A long day of around 10 hours depending of course on how much time we spend at Goecha La.

Day 13 : (Thangsing - Lampokhari - kokchurung)

Lampokhari which means long lake, this lampokhari trek is very interesting which is gradual up hill and after there back down to kokchurung which it takes altogether 5-6hour.

Day 14 : (Kokchurung - Tshoka)

On new ground today, we follow the traditional route back to the main valley. Tshoka is an enchanting little Tibetan settlement perched on a mountain spur. It will be our first encounter on this trek with permanent village life, and the novelty of having a roof over our heads will add a new dimension to the journey.

Day 15 : (Tshoka to Yuksam)

Our final day, and freewheeling downhill almost all of the time. We descend through rainforest rich with bird-life and flowers, across spectacular bridges spanning cascading rivers whose sources are high in the mountains we have so recently left behind. Tired and elated we arrive in Yuksam and our charming traditional hilltop hotel. This will be our last evening with the trekking crew so we will be celebrating our achievements, and a final thank you to the local staff. Overnight Hotel Tashigang.

Day 16 : (A leisure day in Yuksom)

A leisure day in Yuksom. visit of throne and oldest monastery, palace etc.

Day 17 : (Departure Transfer.)

Wake up early in the morning have some tea or Breakfast and Drive to Baghdogra airport lunch will be on the way and drive to continue after there will back to anywhere as for your plan or proceed next destination.

Fixed Dept



Includes & Excludes

Inclusion -

  • Accommodation hotel at yuksom, meals provide only breakfast in the initial day.
  • Meals provide from company initial breakfast to till last dinner at yuksom.
  • Equipement issue by company are A Shape /Alpine trekking tents and dome tent on twice or thrice sharing basis. Sleeping bag, Camping mattresses,  would be provide.
  • Transport veichle type, Tata sumo, Mahindra bolero, from Baghdogra airport or NJP railway station – Trekking point and back to same point.
  • Meals on the trek will be freshly prepared are mix of Indian, Chinese & Continental.
  • Yaks/Porters: For carrying camping equipment, rations, vegetables and some amount of personal gear of the clients (one bag not weighing more than 5kgs)
  • Professional trekking guide and kitchen staff would accompany the group.
  • Entry fee and permit fee etc.

Exclusion -

  • Air ticket any domestic and international flight ticket.
  • Any charges for personal carrying luggage and still/video cameras etc.
  • Alcohol, soft drinks, bottled water, beverages, etc.  
  • Personal expenses like tips, telephone calls, laundry, etc
  • Any meals/services not mentioned above.
  • Any costs arising cause of natural disaster circumstances like landslides, road blocks,bad weather, etc
  • Travel insurance.

Useful Info

  • Q.What type of wearing material need for trek?
  • Down Feather Jacket. T-shirt 3 or 4 pieces an Wind proof Trouser. Inner Trouser and other 2 fancy trouser, Woollen socks
  • Water proof Gloves or woollen gloves Water Bottle woollen Cap, Trekking Boots sleepers Head Lamps. Extra cells,sun guggles etc.
  • Personal medicinal kids. Agencies provide only basic medicine.
  • Q.waht we have to keep in mind during on trek?
  • Trekking route maximum narrow  and we need to maintain our walking manner, every trekker it knows there at we should what we need take aware, when we can cross with the yaks and horses we always give side of inside the path,
  • Do not fall or throw any stone on the way.because it can be distrub for animal and sometime people are there for gring of grass and wood for shelter at home.
  • Do not make noise on campsite at mostly evening time or night because it can be disturb for other trekkers,
  • Always we respect for mountain and natural vegetation.
  • It should be needed local Weather  information.
  • Do not make noise on the way,try to walk as much as possible in silence, because it is more chance to found of wild animals and birds,
  • Trek route are between the border of India - Nepal

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