The Chamser and Lungser Kangri these two peaks are in the eastern part of Tsomoriri and is perfect choice for experienced climbers who are looking climbing higher elevation than 6500m. One must be physically fit and well acclimatized before making this summit. The highest peak of the Chamser group is 6620 metres and the climb require a base camp around 5000 metres which is a day’s walk from Korzok village. Camp is set up on a large plateau around 5700 metres and then Camp II around 6150 metres from where the summit is reached in a day’s hard push. There are three peaks in the Chamser group all of varying levels of difficulty. Lungser Kangri the highest peak of the trio at 6665 metres, Lungser Kangri also shares the same Base Camp as Chamser Kangri on the grassy meadow called Kurchya around 5000 metres. There is a Camp I at 6100 metres on an open plateau and then Camp II at 6250 metres near a small lake. The last push on the summit ridge can be very tiring. Mentok Kangri lies south of the village of Korzok and the highest peak of the range is at 6250 metres.