Lamayuru to Chilling Trek

Lamayuru to Chilling Trek

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Lamayuru to Chilling Trek Overview

The Lamayuru to Chilling trek is a beautiful adventure of eight days that takes you on a wonderful exploration from the moonlight landscapes of the Lamayuru to the Chilling village across three high-elevation passes. On this trek, you will get an opportunity to experience snow-covered trails, cross rivers, and pass villages that will leave you awestruck with their natural beauty. Not only will you experience the natural aspects of the place but also dive deeper into the cultural aspects of Buddhism through monasteries with expansive mountain and valley views. No matter whether you are a nature lover or a spiritual seeker, this easy to moderate-level trek is a perfect way to take inspiration away from the humdrum of busy city life.

Both beginners and experienced trekkers can indulge in this exotic experience of walking through the beautiful and challenging trails, thereby giving you plenty of opportunities for photography with a backdrop of the mountain views. This trek also allows you to discover tiny hamlets, like Hinju, Shilla, Sumda Chenmo, and Phenjilla to Chilling. You can even see the spectacular views of the Photoksar Peak while passing through the Kongskilde La. It is advisable not to forget to enjoy the wild hues of the Edelweiss flowers secluded within the barren hillocks in the contrasting landscape.

Lamayuru to Chilling Trek Itinerary

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Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Day 6
Day 7
Day 8

Arrive at Leh

  • The Lamayuru to Chilling trek will commence upon your arrival in Leh.

  • A representative will take you to your hotel and help you with all the check-in formalities.

  • You can enjoy the day shopping and exploring the surroundings of Leh and rest for the day at your hotel.

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What to Pack for Lamayuru to Chilling Trek

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Lamayuru to Chilling Trek


  • Poncho or rain jacket

  • Thermals to prevent yourself from cold at night

  • 3 collared full-sleeve T-shirts to protect yourself from sunburn on the neck and arms

  • 3 layers of warm clothes

  • 3 trek pants

Bare essentials:

  • 40 to 60 liters backpack

  • Trekking shoes

  • Accessories:

  • Balaclava

  • Headlamp or LED torch

  • Hand gloves

  • 2 pairs of socks and a pair of woolen socks

  • Suncap

  • UV-protected sunglasses

  • Trekking pole


  • Toothpaste

  • Toothbrush

  • Toilet paper

  • Sunscreen

  • Moisturizer

  • Lip balm

  • Light towel


  • Tiffin box to carry the packed lunch

  • Ziploc plastic covers

  • Two water bottles of one liter each

Personal medical kit:

  • Moov spray for aches and sprains

  • Packets of ORS

  • Strips of band-aid

  • 3 to 5 meters of crepe bandage

  • Tablets of Digene for acidity

  • Tablets of Disprin for headache

  • Tablets of Avil 25 mg for allergies

  • Tablets of Crocin for fever

  • Tablets of Diamox to prevent acute mountain sickness

  • Tablets of Avomine for motion sickness

  • Tablets of Combiflam for pain

  • Tablets each of Norflox TZ and Lomofen for diarrhea

  • Tablets of Omez or Rantadine for acidity

  • Small roll of Gauze

  • Small roll of cotton

  • Betadine or any antiseptic cream

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Know Before You Go to Lamayuru to Chilling Trek

How to Reach
Important Tips for Trekkers

By Flight - Flight bookings from Delhi, Srinagar, and Chandigarh to Leh are available throughout the year. Visitors can travel from anywhere in the country to the Leh Airport and then take a bus or taxi to travel to their base camp of the Lamayuru to Chilling trek.

By Train - The closest railway station to Leh is the Kalka railway station. You can also travel to Chandigarh and Pathankot and then take a three days bus ride to Leh.

By Bus - If you are planning to travel to Leh by bus, you can board the vehicle from Manali or Jammu and Kashmir. This four days bus ride is a wonderful ride of your life as you get a chance to see some of the most amazing views of the surroundings.

By Self-Drive - Traveling to Leh by road is a dream come true experience for many travelers. You can book a motorbike, SUV, or jeep and take the lower road from Jammu and Kashmir or a higher road from Rohtang La through Sarchu and Keylong to reach Leh.

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Are the horses available for offloading at Lamayuru to Chilling trek?

Yes, the horses are available for offloading at Lamayuru to Chilling trek. Hence, you need to pay extra for offloading your rucksack. If you decide to offload on the spot, you have to pay a higher price than usual. Moreover, it is advisable to communicate the need for offloading to the tour operator before the actual date of the trek, so arrangements can be made.

Where is Chilling trek located?

The Chilling trek is located in Hemis National Park in Ladakh, where you will witness the charming village of Rumbak, bordered by green pasture lands and vibrant mountains. On this trek, you will also pass the Stok La pass and relish the stunning landscape views.

How difficult is the Lamayuru to Chilling trek?

The Lamayuru to Chilling trek is an easy to moderate trek on the scale of difficulty level in the Ladakh region. From the lofty height to the gorgeous views of the Zanskar Valley, the trek has everything to offer that you are looking for as an adventure enthusiast. Hence, all you need to have is a good fitness level and enough stamina to cross the ascents and descents of the trails on the route.

What is the best time to trek from Lamayuru to Chilling?

The best time to trek from Lamayuru to Chilling is between May and September, i.e., during the spring and summer seasons. During this time, the snow starts to melt, and you can explore the remote and isolated valleys, the monastery courtyard, and the colorful blooming flowers.

What is the highest altitude reached during Lamayuru To Chilling Trek?

The highest altitude reached during Lamayuru to Chilling trek is 4600 meters, which will take you about seven days to reach the topmost point of the trek.