NUN  ( 7135 M )


NUN  ( 7135 M )

Duration :   27 Days
Start Location:   Delhi
Age Range :   18
Total Seats :  500/500

NUN  ( 7135 M )



Nun Kun Massif dominates the skyline in the upper Suru valley and the twin peaks of Nun (7135m) and Kun (7077m) are the highest in the Zanskar range in Ladakh. The two peaks are separated by a snowy plateau of about 4km in length. Pinnacle Peak (6930m) is the third highest mountain in this group. We aim to climb Mt.Nun which was first climbed in 1953 by French-Swiss expedition along with Indian sherpas. We acclimatise near Stok Kangri and then head to this classic 7000er for the climb.



  • Day 01: Arrive Delhi; briefing at IMF
  • Day 02: Fly Delhi-Leh
  • Day 03: Rest & Acclimatise in Leh
  • Day 04: Drive 1 hr to Matho & trek 1 hr Matho Doksa
  • Day 05: Trek to Gangpoche
  • Day 06: Trek over Matho La (4950m) to Juruley
  • Day 07: Trek to Stok Kangri Base Camp
  • Day 08: Trek Stok Kangri Base Camp – Leh
  • Day 09: Drive Leh-Kargil (6-7hrs)
  • Day 10: Drive Kargil-Tangol (3-4hrs)
  • Day 11: Sort out equipment and trek to Nun Base camp
  • Day 12: Rest day at Base Camp
  • Day 13 – 22: Climbing Period We set up 3 camps (C1-5500m, C2-6100m & C3-6400m)
  • Day 23: Trek Base Camp to Tangol
  • Day 24: Drive Tangol to Leh
  • Day 25: Free day in Leh
  • Day 26: Fly Delhi-Leh (3500m); debriefing at IMF
  • Day 27: Fly back home

Places You’ll See :

1Matho Doksa

Schedule Details

Day 1

Arrive in Delhi, A mandatory expedition briefing at IMF

Arrive Delhi and check-in at the hotel. In the post lunch session we will have to attend a mandatory briefing at the Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF). Here we would be introduced to the Liason Officer (LO) for our climb.

Overnight Hotel in Delhi

Day 2

Fly Delhi – Leh (3500m). Rest and Acclimatize

Take the early morning flight from New Delhi to Leh. It is a short flight of about 75 mins, but offers great views, as we fly over the Himalayan states of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir.

Overnight Hotel in Leh


Day 3

Explore around Leh

We spend a day allowing our bodies to adapt to the high-altitude and soak in the local culture. There is plenty to keep you occupied. We visit some of the monasteries in and around Leh such as the Shey, Thiksey and Hemis. There is also the option of visiting the old Leh Palace and the Khardung La Pass (world’s highest motorable road at 5,600m/18,400ft). Leh also has a useful market and you could do some last-minute shopping and pick up some gear for the climb.

Overnight Hotel in Leh

Day 4

Drive Leh to Matho village & trek to Matho chu (3800m) 2 to 3 hrs

Today we make an early start from Leh and drive to Matho Village with a beautiful monastery, which is the start point of our trek. We walk about 2 to 3 hrs to our campsite just next to Mathu Chu River. For acclimatization purpose we camp at a lower altitude and keep the day easy.

Overnight Camp.


Day 5

Trek over a small pass to below Gangpoche (4400m) 5 to 6 hrs

We continue going up the Matho Chu till we reach a fork. We take the trail on the right and climb steadily till we reach a high point. Gangpoche is straight ahead next to the shepherd huts. We camp in the camping ground below the hill.

Overnight Camp.

Day 6

Trek over the Matho La to Mankarmo (4350m) 4 to 5 hrs

An easy day with a gradual ascent of about 2.5 to 3 hours to Matho La with many prayer flags fluttering. From here we descent steeply on a switchback trail to Mankarmo which has a big parachute cafe. A great chance to view wild mountain goats on this trail. Today is also the day when you get your first views of Stok Kangri peak.

Overnight Camp.

Day 7

Trek to Stok Kangri Base Camp (4975m) 3 - 4 hrs

We are now on the trail connecting the Stok village to the base camp. The base camp is a short walk from here but we do gain a substantial altitude.

Overnight Camp.

Day 8

Trek to Stok village and drive to Leh. 6 - 7 hrs trek, 1 hr drive.

We exit out of the Stok valley at Stok village and then drive for another 1hour to Leh.

Overnight hotel.


Day 9

Drive Leh to Kargil (2800m) 6-7hrs

We drive at a leisurely pace down to the Indus valley - stopping at the popular sightseeing points. Nimu, the confluence of river Indus & Zanskar, Alchi monastery & Lamayuru monastery would be the main attractions for the day.

Overnight Hotel in Kargil

Day 10

Drive Kargil-Tangol (3-4hrs)

You get the first views of the Nun-Kun peaks today as you take the bumpy road by the Suru River. You reach Tangol and rest.

Overnight Camp

Day 11

Sort out equipment and trek to Nun Base camp

Sort out equipment and start the hike to Base Camp.

Overnight Camp


Day 12

 Rest day at Base Camp

Rest and acclimatization day at base camp as we make final preparations to start the climb.

Day 13 - 22

Climbing Period We set up 3 camps (C1-5500m, C2-6100m & C3-6400m)

Day 23

Trek Base Camp to Tangol

Day 24

Drive Tangol to Leh

Day 25

Free day in Leh

Day 26

 Fly Delhi-Leh (3500m); debriefing at IMF

Day 27

Fly back home



This is not a definitive list but we suggest that all students carry at least these items while traveling to Ladakh.

- Sunblock or sunscreen with SPF 50+*

- 2 t-shirts (preferably fast drying) *

- 1 thin fleece *

- 1 long sleeved t- shirt *

- 1 fleece jacket *

- 1 light water proof / windproof jacket

- 1 pair of long trousers *

- 1 pair sturdy trainers *

- 1 pair of flip – flops *

- Several pairs of thin and thick socks *

- Warm cap, scarf and gloves

- First aid kit ( medicines are not easy to get on the trail )

- Water bottle *

- Torch light / head lamp with spare batteries

- Camera with extra battery

- Minimal wash kit including biodegradable soap,

tooth-brush and toothpaste *

- Bag for putting garbage *

- Sunglasses and sun-hat

- Sanitary item for women *

- Lip balm and small water bottle *

- A down jacket and wind proof trousers

- A book to read is not a bad idea *

How does Edventure ladakh facilitate my travel experience?

Our local guides and experts are trained specifically to help you on your personal learning journey. We understand the value of mentorship and we always have our team on board to help you with acclimatization, learning the basics of getting along with your peers and hosts in a new environment.

We also promote dialogues and discussions through active engagement and hosting group events with the help of our local host families and communities. We take the responsibility of facilitating your personal growth on the journey you undertake with us by providing you a safe space to experience the world anew.

What is the average age-group of the participants?

There is no specific age-group- our travelers could be anywhere between 12-70. We host student groups so some of our travelers are also remarkably young. 

We only ask that our travelers come with a healthy body and a mindset open to reflection and cross-cultural immersion.

What differentiates Edventure ladakh?

Our vision is to facilitate transformative travel experiences. We do so by carefully curating each experience we offer. 

The travel plans are designed with small cohesive groups and trained experts and professional artists who conduct workshops and learning camps. No two programs are alike in the elements that they offer, each trip is designed around a specific theme and allows for an unparalleled immersion. 

What is included in the cost of the program?

Accomodation on MAP basis which includes breakfast, dinner and sleeping arrangements, permit fee to the governed areas, transportation costs while on the trip, guide and porters fee, facilitators fee, food while traveling, 

What is not included in the cost of the program?

Flight tickets (but we can help you with booking if requested beforehand), travel insurance, entrance fee in some places where applicable e.g. in some monasteries, medical expenses if any encountered on the trip 

What happens if we fall sick or get injured?

The group leaders and guides are trained in basic first aid and emergency healthcare providence. In cases of higher emergency, we facilitate swift and immediate response to transfer the person to the nearest hospital/healthcare provider. 

What is a typical travel day like with Edventure Ladakh?

You could be engaged with anything from working on the farms to taking the cows for grazing on the mountains on your trip. Since learning by immersion is an important part of our trips, you could even be attending a kayaking workshop with our expert facilitators. 

On some days, you can expect training in local handicrafts or intensive courses in language or philosophy. All experiences are designed keeping in mind our travel audience and we believe in allowing them to immerse and learn from their environment.

What's Included

  • Airport to and fro.
  • English speaking cultural Guide
  • First add kit for emergency
  • Homestay accommodation
  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Oxygen tank in emergency
  • Permit for the restricted area.
  • Swiss deluxe camp accommodation
  • Transportation

What's Excluded

  • Air ticket
  • Laundry
  • Medical expenses
  • Monastery ticket
  • Travel Insurance


  • Camping
  • Hiking
  • Trekking

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