Gyama group of Peaks, located in the southeastern part of Ladakh in India. The Gyama East peak stands at an elevation of 6,108 meters (20,040 feet) and offers a challenging climb for experienced climbers. The best time to climb is from June to September when the weather is milder and the snow has melted. In winter the climb becomes extremely difficult and cold.
The climb typically takes about two weeks to complete, and climbers will need to bring appropriate gear and equipment, including crampons, ice axes, and other technical gear. The summit provides breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, making it a rewarding experience for those who are able to reach the top. The expedition is highly challenging and rewarding. It takes you through the rugged mountain terrain and stunning landscapes in some of the most beautiful and remote mountain landscapes in the world.
The trek starts in the village of Korzok, located at an altitude of around 4,500m, and takes you through several high-altitude passes and valleys before reaching the base camp of the peak at around 5,200m. The summit of the peak is located at an altitude of 6,108m and offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
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