Dzo-Jongo peak is situated just off the Kang Yatse peak at the head of the Markha Valley. On the Nimaling Plateau. The Dzo-Jongo has two summits, a steep and difficult climb to the actual summit. There are many approaches to this peak; the most common is the Markha Valley from Skiu. This is the same route as the Kang Yatse expedition. The peak of the summit gives a spectacular view of Stok la. Kang Yatse peaks, Changthang valley mountains and distant Karakoram range. The trek practically takes 3 high passes (5100+ metres) from Shiul, Chak and Kongmaru La passes, very rarely on most of the treks. The greener side of the Markha Valley can be viewed from Kongmaru La Pass. Although the steep climb calls for crampons and roping up, Dzo-Jongo peak is not technical. Therefore, just as with Stok Kangri, it is recommended for anyone with a little experience. For anyone looking to try 6000 metres, it is a perfect chance and not that boring. It’s also ideal for individuals who are attempting to train for major mountain expeditions.