One of the most patronized destinations for mountaineering tourism in Ladakh, Nun-Kun massif is easily accessible from the Kargil-Padum road. Of its six peaks, the highest ones are:
- Nun (7,135 m)
- Kun (7,087 m)
Stok-Khangri Massif (South of Leh)
Situated in the Zanskar Mountains, this massif provides some of the most spectacular views of the Indus River. The most popular peaks of Stok-Khangri are:
- Stok Khangri (6,150 m)
- Gulap Khangri (5,900 m)
- Matho West (5,950 m)
- Kantaka (5,275 m)
Karakoram Range (North of Leh)
The Karakoram Range lies across the Ladakh Range and the Nubra Valley. The major peaks of this range are:
- Saser-I (7,415 m)
- Saser-II (7,513 m)
- Saser-III (7,495 m)
To the southwest of Leh lies the Konglacha Peak (at a height of 6,700 m).
In case of foreign climbing expeditions, permission is required to be obtained from the Indian Mountaineering Foundation. It takes atleast six months to process such applications.