8Days Dzongri Ridge Sikkim Short Trek


8 Days Sikkim Short Trek

Dzongri Ridge Sikkim Short Trek  

8Days Sikkim Short Trek is the most popular short trekking in Sikkim Himalayas. This Short trek route in Sikkim takes one through virgin rhododendron forests of the Kanchenjunga National Park to Dzongri Ridge. 4Day Sikkim Short Trek is for those looking to do a high Altitude Trek within a limited time frame. One can get upclose to the mountain range and get to feel the Himalayan Ecstasy in just a period of two days. Climb Dzongri Top at Sunset & sunrise to enjoy spectacular close up views of the 3rd.highest peak in the world Mt.Kanchenjunga & its Range.


  • Trek Grade : Moderate.
  • Minimum No.of Participants : 2 Pax.
  • Highest Trekking Point: 4030m(Dzongri Top).
  • Highest Camp Site : Dzongri(3950m).
  • No. of Days on the Trek: 4 Days.
  • Style of Trek : Camping(Tents).
  • Starting Point : Bagdogra Airport/NJP Rail Station/Nepal Border.
  • Ending Point : Bagdogra Airport/NJP Rail Station/Nepal Border.
  • Trek Avaliblity : Join a group trek (dates shown below)
  • Best Season : March – June & September to December.
  • Customized private Treks can also be arranged for a minimum of two persons on request on a date of your choice.
Group Departure Dates for Sikkim Short Trek -2018
28 March-04 April,201823 May-30 May,201810-17 Oct,2018
11-17 April, 201812-19 Sept,201824 Oct-31 Oct,2018
23 April-30 April,201826 Sept-03 Oct,201831 Oct -07 Nov,2018
09-16 May,201803-10 Oct,201814-21 Nov,2018


Day 1 : Arrive at Bagdogra Airport/NJP Rail Station/Nepal Border. Drive to Gangtok (1622m). Hotel(B/B).
Day 2 : Gangtok sight seeing. Hotel.
Day 3 : Drive to Yuksom(1760m). Trek Head. Lodge.
Day 4 : Trek Starts. Trek Yuksom to Bakhim(2828m). Tents.
Day 5 : Trek Bakhim to Dzongri (3950m). Tents.
Day 6 : Early Morning Trek to Dznogri Top(4030m)for Sunrise. Trek Back to Tchoka( 2975m). Tents.
Day 7 : Trek Tchoka to Yuksom. Lodge.
Day 8 : Drive to Bagdogra Airport/NJP Rail Station/Nepal Border for Final Departure. End of the Trek.
Extension can be made to Darjeeling/Bhutan & Nepal.

COSTS : US$630 per Person

Domestic travellers kindly enquire within for price quote in IRupees


  • Hotel accommodation – twin share including breakfasts.
  • Twin share tent with mattress during camping/trekking.
  • Fully organized trek services with guide, porters, camping equipment.
  • All fixed three meals everyday during trekking/Camping.
  • All road transport as per itinerary by car/jeep.
  • Service of an English speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees to monuments visited.
  • All Permits for Sikkim.


  • Sleeping bag; personal clothing/equipment.
  • Lunches and dinners during hotel stays.
  • Bottled or alcoholic drinks.
  • Tips, client insurance, evacuation costs.
  • Any expenses of personal nature.

Note: The above itinerary is a sample,intended to give you a general idea of the likely trip schedule.Numerous factors such as weather,road conditions,the physical ability of the participants,etc.,may dictate itinerary changes either before departure or while on the trail.We reserve the right to change this schedule in the interest of the trip participant”s safety,comfort and general well being.

(All relevant Terms & Conditions apply).





  • 4

    Michael Green
    Sun, Dec 30, 2012 at 5:19 AM

    Hello Fabian,
    Thank you for your email.We had a Christmas of mixed emotions as it was the first Christmas without my mother who died earlier this year. Michael was working that day and our youngest son Thomas was overseas. Still we had the rest of our extended family together and it was lovely to give thanks for all we have.When I learn how to attach photos I will send some photos from the trek.We found the trek difficult in parts, but the joy was being with you and the rest of the crew -you are a very special group of people and we were so fortunate to be able to meet you all.Bhutan was interesting and we managed to see and experience a great deal of the countryside and culture which we thoroughly enjoyed.It was wonderful to be able to meet up with my ex-pupil, Tandin, and his mother, Sonam, and to visit Tandin’s school.Tobgay was a very nice and interesting person,but we are not sure he was the right guide for us.In our opinion, he needs to develop his ability to “read” people more carefully and once he does this, he will be a more effective guide. We are not the type of people who need to have someone looking after us every second of the day and it was that, plus him not being straight with us about the accommodation,which caused some angst. the driver he used, Sonam, was excellent and he doubled as our guide and driver when Tobgay had a family emergency.Burma was wonderful and there are some interesting treks there too-they would have to be done in the cooler months though,as it was very hot when we were there.Once again,Fabian,thank you for all your efforts.We had a wonderful time and very much appreciate all your effortsto ensure that we had the best of experiences.
    Please keep in touch.We hope 2013 brings you happiness,laughter and sunshine.
    Kind regards,
    Marilyn and Michael.

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