SIKKIM – DZONGRI TREK OVERVIEW
Trek Route : Yuksom –Paha khola- Tsokha – Dzongri
Duration : 10 Nights and 11 Days
Highest Altitude : 4,940 mtr.
Best Time To Trek : June To September & October To Mid
This mystical famous trek began’s from little historical town in west district of Sikkim called Yuksam. It is the most recommended must do trekking destination of Sikkim and receives tourist from national as well as international countries almost throughout the year that makes this trek most busiest trekking trial once in a season. The path is never lonely once a season starts there are always chance to meet some trekkers descending or either climbing up which makes the trek most interesting and above all the lofty peaks imposing the third highest mountain Mt. Khangchenzonga and its ranges will leave a lasting impression in your mind.
Day 1 : Pick up from New Jalpaiguri Railway station/Bagdogra Airport to Yuksom. Overnight stay at Hotel or Homestay depending on your preference. (Estimated distance : 149.8 km-152.9 km/ Altitude : 1,780 meters / Time approx : 8 to 9 hours or more depending upon traffic situations)
Day 2 : Yuksom to Sachen stay at camps we provide camping tents. (Altitude : 2300 meters / Time approx : 3 to 4 hours depends on individual walking stamina )
DAY 3 : Sachen to Tshoka.(Altitude : 3090 meters / Time Approx : 4 to 5 hours )
Day 4 : Tshoka To Dzongri (Altitude : 4000 meters / Time Approx : 5 to 6 hours )
Day 5 : Dzongri Sightseeing ( Go to Dzongri top in the morning dzongri top offers panoramic view of all the peaks this trek has to offer. After breakfast explore the area. You can Day Hike Up to Dzongrilla Pass Good trekkers should be able to accomplish within 4 to 5 hours )
Day 6 : Descend down to Tshoka through the same route you climbed up.
Day 7 : Follow the same route Yuksom and spend your night at hotel or homestay.
Day 8 : Depart for NJP/Bagdogra or other destinations
* The above itinerary is recommended way of trekking for this trek keeping proper acclimatization in mind. Custom itinerary can be designed for those who have limited permit validity’s. We recommend this method only if you are a good habitual trekker with good health.