Ladakh Sky Trail GHT
India

Descending Cha Cha La (4,950m)
  • TRIP TYPE: Trekking
  • TRIP GRADE: Strenuous
  • TRIP STYLE: Camping
  • TRIP LEADER: International Leader
  • GROUP SIZE: 5 - 14 people
  • NEXT DEPARTURE: 10 Aug 2021

Details

This is a unique trek designed by us to help you experience the best of the three areas of this region of northern India: Ladakh, Zanskar and Changthang/ Rupshu

This is a challenging Trans Himalayan traverse of Ladakh and most of the trails are rarely trekked by other groups. On this trek we cross six mountain passes over 5,000m which link landscapes aptly described as a geologically wonderland. Stunning white washed monasteries & Buddhist villages mark our route.

Ladakh Sky Trail GHT follows footpaths used for centuries from the sacred monastery at Lamayuru to the heart of the Zanskar valley and on to the desolate Rupshu region and Changthang plains. From Zangla village we walk along the old salt route where the people of Zanskar used to take yak products and barley over to Tshokar Lake to exchange for salt.

You will end your journey at the beautiful blue lake of Tsomoriri Lake located on the Changthang plateau at 4,500m. Tsomoriri Lake is known for its unique landscape, nomads and the lakes. While on this trek you will see nomads and observe their traditional lifestyle. The area is also an important wildlife sanctuary, harbouring snow leopards and wild asses, as well as various species of birds, such as the black necked crane.

  • We are Himalayan trekking specialists and we have been operating trips in Ladakh for many years. Almas Khan, leader at The Mountain Company, has modified this itinerary based on his first-hand experience of the Ladakh region.
  • Almas Khan will lead our Ladakh Sky Trail GHT, he knows this trek well after having successfully led groups in 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014. Almas has an in-depth knowledge of Ladakh after many years of trekking in this region and excellent rapport with our trek crew.
  • The Mountain Company has organised six successful Ladakh Sky Trail GHT treks. For more information on how these treks went please take a look at our Trip Reports.
  • We work with some of the best mountain leaders and guides with deep knowledge and experience of the Himalaya and Karakoram. Unlike many other operators we still allocate appropriately trained international leaders for more remote and technical trips like Ladakh Sky Trail GHT.
  • Read our AITO Traveller Reviews for Ladakh Sky Trail GHT where our overall holiday rating is 100%. Our approach to organising trips in the Himalayas has helped The Mountain Company win awards such as 2018 Gold Award as AITO Tour Operator of the Year and 2015 Bronze Award as AITO Tour Operator of the Year.
  • The Mountain Company will receive bespoke weather forecasts for the Ladakh region from EverestWeather.com and from our in house forecasting throughout the duration of this trek.
  • We bring a comprehensive first aid kit plus high altitude medicine, antibiotics and other medicines. There will also be a portable altitude chamber (PAC or Gamow bag).

Route Map

Itinerary

Arrive in Leh

Sightseeing in Leh

No meals

Hotel Lotus in Leh

On a clear day this is a spectacular 75 minute flight with views of Himalayan peaks, we will meet you on arrival to Leh airport and drive you back to the hotel. The rest of the day we recommend you relax and keep hydrated in order to gradually adapt to the high altitude of Leh. Once everyone has arrived Almas will give a detailed briefing on the trek and then in the evening will organise a group meal.

Leh is the ancient capital of Ladakh and has many hilltop forts and palaces to visit including the Royal Palace which overlooks the town. The town is situated on the old Silk Route and still has a trading tradition; it is well worth wandering around the colourful bazaar.

Sightseeing in Leh

Breakfast

Hotel Lotus in Leh

During today's sightseeing tour we visit Shey palace followed by Thiksey Monastery sometimes called the mini Potala. Thiksey is a beautiful monastery containing numerous stupas, statues, thankas, wall paintings and a large pillar engraved with the Buddha's teachings. This sightseeing is done by private cars as Shey and Thiksey are about 10 kms out of Leh. We leave the afternoon free for the group to do their last minute shopping for the trek or just to explore Leh.

Sightseeing in Leh

Breakfast

Hotel Lotus in Leh

After breakfast we will drive up to a 5,000m+ pass near to Leh to do some short walks to explore the area and to help with acclimatisation before starting the trek tomorrow.

Drive to Lamayuru (5 hours)

Sightseeing in Alchi Monastery and Lamayuru Monastery

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Moonland Guesthouse

As it is only a short drive to Lamayuru we are in no rush this morning and we leave the hotel at about 10am. On the way we stop by 11.30am at Alchi Monastery (3,000m) to have a look at this ancient monastery followed by lunch. We continue the drive on to Lamayuru and we should get there by about 3pm. We check in to a guest house and later we visit the Lamayuru Monastery only 20 minute walk away.

Walking (4 hours)

Drive to Sheila village (3 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

Today is our first proper walk of the trek and we cross the first of many passes. We start by walking from the guest house and descend 150m to the base of the pass and then climb up the Prinkti La at 3,600m. From the top of the pass we follow the trail downhill through a beautiful gorge to Sheila village. It takes 2 hours to reach the pass from the guest house and about the same time to descend to Sheila village. Cars will be waiting to take us on a 3 hour scenic drive over a 4,750 meter high pass to our campsite in Photoksar. It is our first night of camping today.

Walking 10km (6 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

This is an easier day of walking although the altitude is all above 4,000m. It will take 1 hour to go over a 4,300m ridge from the camp. This is followed by a traverse through yak grazing meadows to our camp at Sigge La Base Camp. We usually get to this camp by lunch time and can do some acclimatisation walks in the afternoon.

Walking 9km (7 to 8 hours walking)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

It takes us two and a half hours from the camp to ascend to Sigge La pass at 4,800m. From this high point we descend and traverse the trail for the next 5 hours to arrive at Skiu Pata village. This camp is lower and warmer camp than last night and is located outside the village in a valley half way to Lingshed in between two passes. Although there is a motorable road for most of today and all of yesterday we do not walk along it so 70 % of the time we are away from it. The road also has very little traffic about 2 or 3 vehicles a day.

Walking 10km (8 to 9 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

We start the day climbing up through grazing meadows to our pass at 4,300m and then we follow a trail with a traversing descent to Lingshed village for lunch. It is well worth having a look at the monastery and then we continue on to our camp at the base of Hanimu La pass. We should arrive to camp at about 3.30pm after leaving Skiu Pata at 8am including time looking around Lingshed.

Walking 13km (7 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

There is steep and sustained ascent of 900m to Hanimu La pass at 4,710m taking about 4 hours to the summit of the pass. There are superb views from the pass looking back at Lingshed village and its monastery. The descent on the other side is less steep and the trail follows a beautiful gorge. Towards the end of the day we have steep descent to camp taking about 1 hour.

Walking 10km (5 to 6 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

In the morning we have 600m ascent to Purfi La pass at 3,850m and this takes about 2 hours. Once over the pass we enter into the Zanskar region and also the Zanskar river valley. Zanskar is a high altitude semi-desert lying on the Northern flank of the Great Himalayan Range. It takes 4 hours to get to the camp near Hanimul village from the pass. 

Walking 12km (7 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

This is an easier and very scenic walk along the Zanskar river to our camp beside the river in Pishu village.

Walking 3km (2 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

The campsite in Zangla is on the other side of the river and it takes no more than 2 hours to get there. We have an easier day so that the cook can go to Padum village to obtain food supplies for the rest of trek. You will have most of the day free to explore Zangla village which is the ancient capital of Zanskar or just wash and relax in camp.

Walking 10.5km (7 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

From Zangla village we start walking through the most remote section of the trek in a beautiful gorge until we get to Daat. This is a trail that does not see many trekkers and according to locals usually there is less than four groups per year. We are now walking along the old salt route where the people of Zanskar used to take yak products and barley over to Tshokar Lake to exchange for salt. 

It is a steady ascent up the Zangla river to our camp at Zangla Sumdo at the base of our next pass Cha Cha La. We have many river crossings on the walk to Zangla Sumdo so please make sure you have your sandals and walking poles in your day pack. These river crossings are likely to have water up to knee high given normal weather conditions. If the water level is low it can be an easy half day to reach the camp however if the water level is high it can take up to 7 hours. The walk is in beautiful gorge and overall the trail is not too challenging.

Walking 12km (8 to 9 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

There is a 4 hour ascent to Cha Cha La at 4,950m where you will be rewarded with superb views of the Zanskar range. The trail is mainly on scree slopes and also passes through several small pastures. On the descent from the pass we follow a narrow valley where there will be more river crossings before reaching our beautiful campsite at Chubchak. We have to unload horses as in places the valley is too narrow. There is also likely to be some snow bridges along the way left over from the winter.

Walking 10km (7 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

The narrow river gorge widens a bit so today we will probably not have to unload our horses. Throughout the day we crisscross the small river as we descend to our beautiful campsite at Tsharlow. This place is a geologist’s dream with rock strata in hillsides set in a wavelike shapes from folding and faulting geological processes over many years.

Walking 10km (7 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

This is our last day of river crossings although the last few crossings today will be the deepest ranging from knee to waist high. The walk for last two days and today will be on less defined rocky trails along the small river.

Walking 14km (7 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

Today there is a steady climb uphill following a narrow valley which opens up towards the end of the walk into a large meadow at the base of Rabrung La and Zalung Karpo La passes. The grazing meadows for pashmina goats are seen from today. Snow leopard foot prints have often been seen in the area from here till Daat and there are blue sheep too.

Walking 14km (8 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

There is a 700m ascent to Zalung Karpo La at 5,190m following a trail ranging from small rocks to loose, soft soil with a few meadows in between. There are wonderful views from the top of Zalung Karpo La including Mt. Kangyatse known as the highest peak of Ladakh. Again this is a good day for spotting wild life such as snow leopard, wolves, blue sheep and marmots. We descend from the pass into green gazing meadows to our camp at Tshora.

Walking 10km (6 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

This is an easier and very beautiful day as we pass meadows through valleys to the small village of Daat. We can visit a small monastery near Daat with only two monks on way to our camp.

Drive to Nuruchen camp

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

From Daat we drive across the Manali to Leh highway and continue onto the far side of Tshokar Lake at a good camp called Nuruchen. Today onwards we see a lots of kyangs (Tibetan wild ass) running around in the flats and big open valleys of Changthang and Rupshu.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

This is a good campsite for a rest day as there are several options for walks with vantage points looking at Tshokar lake and villages across. We also wait for our horses to arrive as it takes them a day and a half to walk what we drove in 4 hrs yesterday.

Walking 10km (4 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

Our camp for tonight is at Rajunkaru, this place is a pashmina goat herders summer settlement and is not very far from Nuruchen. It is a short day more because of non-availability of campsites and water without having a very big day and camping above 5,000m. Our campsite is a little above the settlement where the water is cleaner in a wind sheltered small meadow.

Walking 15km (7 to 8 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

Our walk today is over two passes and through large grassy meadows. We cross the highest pass of the trek called Kartse La at 5,380m and the second pass we cross today is called Kayama Yuri La at 5,250m. For most of the day we are above 5,000m as there is no significant descent and ascent between the two passes. Our camp at Gyama Burma is the highest on this trek and is located in a large yak grazing meadows.

Walking 14km (7 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

This is our last pass of the trek called Yalung La at 5,300m with only 300m ascent from our camp at Gyama Burma. It also gives our first view of the Tsomoriri lake and during our descent down to our campsite we pass through ia valley of yak and goat herders. 

Doksa is connected by road to Karzok however we avoid the road and go over the ridge with stunning views over Tsomoriri lake. We descend from the ridge to the lake then walk along the edge to get to our camp at Karzok village. If anyone does not want to do this longer walk they can follow along the road to get to Karzok in two and a half hours.

Drive to Leh (6 to 7 hours)

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Camping

On our drive back to Leh we visit the famed Hemis Monastery.

Flight to Delhi

Breakfast

Transfer to Leh airport for you fight to Delhi.

Dates & Prices

We provide an early bird discount for the first people paying their deposits to make up our minimum group size

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Dates 10 Aug 2021 to 05 Sep 2021 Trip Leader Almas Khan Price US$3,750pp
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Dates Trip Leader Price Single Supplement: Room/Tent Availability
Dates 09 Aug 2022 to 04 Sep 2022 Trip Leader International Leader Price US$3,750pp
US$3,650pp
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What's Included

  • Ladakh transfers including airport collections.
  • Vehicle transport from Leh to Shey and Thiksey monasteries on Day 2 and to the high pass on Day 3.
  • Twin share room at Hotel Lotus (or equivalent) in Leh.
  • Breakfast only in Leh, all meals included while on trek.  
  • Twin share tents while on trek, dining tent and toilet tents.
  • All trekking arrangements including permits and fees, Western and Ladakhi guides, porters and cook.
  • Rubberised luggage tags posted to you before departure.
  • Full financial protection for all monies paid to us through our membership of Association of Bonded Travel Operators Trust (our ABTOT membership number is 5365) and having an Air Travel Organiser’s Licence (our ATOL number is 10921).
  • Pre departure support and advice from The Mountain Company by email, phone or face to face meetings in London. After booking with us we will send our comprehensive “Ladakh Pre Trip Information” notes.

What's Not Included

  • International flight to/from Delhi.
  • Internal flight to/from Leh and Delhi.
  • Travel & trekking insurance.
  • India visa for 30 days.
  • Lunch and evening meals in Leh.
  • Delhi hotel and airport transfers.
  • Personal clothing & equipment, please see Appendix for suggested kit list.
  • Tips (guidance on amounts included in our “Ladakh Pre Trip Information” notes).
  • Other items not listed in “What is included”.

Accommodation

Hotel Lotus in Leh

Hotel Lotus is located above the main town of Leh and is surrounded by groves of evergreen trees. The hotel has seventeen rooms, restaurant and lobby.

Practical Information

A Typical Day On Camping Trek

The day starts with an early morning mug of tea brought to your tent by one of the assistant guides. Before heading over to the mess tent for breakfast you will pack your overnight gear into your duffel bag. During breakfast the tents will be packed away and, after the porters have arranged their loads, they will set off on the trail in the cool of the morning. After breakfast, probably between 7am and 8am, we start walking. The pace of the trek is leisurely with plenty of time to enjoy the scenery, take photos and explore the local villages. Lunch will be around 11am at a spot by the side of the trail and is prepared for us by the cooks.


There is more walking after lunch and normally you will get into camp by mid afternoon with the tents already put up by the local staff. In the evening a three course meal is served in the mess tent around 6-7pm. After supper the international leader will discuss the plan for the next day with the group. People might stay in the mess tent chatting about the day’s events for a while before retiring to their tent for the night.

While on the trek, the cook will provide good quality food in sufficient quantities.  For breakfast you are likely to get porridge or cereal, toast or chapatis, omelettes and a range of hot drinks. For our camping treks in Nepal we provide fresh coffee from our Bialetti Moka coffee machine. On arrival to camp in the afternoon you will be given tea and biscuits and a three course meal will follow later in the evening.

Clothing and Equipment List for Ladakh Sky Trail GHT

For the safety of everyone in the group and to help ensure a successful trek, you are required to have the following items in our clothing and equipment list tailored for Ladakh Sky Trail trek. Your gear will be checked by the group leader in Leh prior to departure for the trek.

As a reminder, the weather on this trek will vary season to season and day to day as you ascend to higher elevations. During the first couple of days on Ladakh Sky Trail trek you are likely to experience hot conditions with temperatures up to 25˚to 30˚C as August is peak summer for the Ladakh region. Sun protection and light shirts are essential.

The weather will start to cool off in the later stages of Ladakh Sky Trail GHT trek as we progress into September and at this time of year the nights will be cool with temperatures down to -10˚C and day time up to only 15˚C. You will experience the coldest temperatures in Gyama Yagmo camp at an altitude of 5,190m where overnight lows will be down to around -10˚C.

Each trekker should bring one backpack for gear required during the day. Your day backpack will contain items such as warm clothes, jacket, camera, water bottles, personal first aid kit and snacks. The rest of your personal equipment packed in a duffel or kit bag will be carried by a pony. The maximum weight allowance for your duffel bag  is 15kg. Please ensure that your bag is marked clearly on the outside for easy identification.

We suggest you print the kit list and tick items off as you pack them then weigh your kit bag before you come on trek.

Footwear

  • Walking Boots. A pair of water repellent boots with ankle support.  Boots must be in good condition, the best approach is to get new boots and break in before the trek. Over the years of organising treks in Nepal we have had several boots fall apart so it is essential you also bring trail shoes as a backup.
  • Trail shoes. Can be used around camp and as a replacement if your walking boots fall apart!
  • Water shoes such as Merrell Waterpro Maipo. These can be used around camp and for the drives however are essential to protect your feet as you will be walking in these for most of the time for three days with multiple river crossings. These are required for river crossings as well as two trekking poles (see below). For more information take a look at https://www.merrell.com/UK/en_GB/waterpro-maipo/16227M.html and https://www.merrell.com/UK/en_GB/waterpro-maipo/16268W.html
  • Walking socks.

Clothing

  • Waterproof and Windproof jacket (with hood) and trousers (goretex or similar). For use if it rains or snows during the trek and in windy conditions.
  • Trekking trousers. (eg. Mountain Hardwear Mesa V2 or The North Face Paramount Peak) Minimum two.
  • Soft Shell Trousers.
  • Long sleeve tops or shirts (not cotton). Minimum two.
  • Micro fleece.
  • Mid to heavyweight fleece or synthetic/ primaloft top.
  • Sleeveless/ gilet or body warmer type fleece / synthetic top. This will help keep your core warm while not bulking when layering up. Gilet can be used in combination with base layers, other fleeces and down jacket to provide maximum warmth and insulation.
  • Thermals or base layer for top & bottom (merino wool or synthetic).
  • Fleece or synthetic pants. To be worn around the lodge or added as an additional layer when the temperatures start to drop higher up.
  • Medium weight down jacket.

Heads and Gloves

  • Fleece gloves.
  • Warms mittens and/or gloves.
  • Wool or fleece hat.
  • Sun hat.
  • Bandana or scarf. (eg. Buff Headwear or purchase a #myTMCbuff).
  • Headtorch.  Bring extra batteries.
  • Sunglasses. The lenses need to be Category 4 rated and should have side protection or wraparound design to prevent light getting through to your eyes that could cause sun blindness.

Personal equipment

  • Sleeping bag. Maximum overnight lows will be around -10℃.
  • Fleece or silk liner for your sleeping bag. A liner protects your sleeping bag from getting dirty and helps by adding extra insulation to keep you warm at night.
  • Sleeping mat (eg.Thermarest). On trek we provide everyone with one foam mat however we recommend two layers for maximum insulation and comfort. We also provide everyone with a pillow.
  • Daypack. Recommended size is 40 litres or larger as you need to have enough space to carry water bottles, camera, snacks and extra clothing as well as climbing gear and down jacket. The pack should have a good waist belt. It is also a good idea to bring a rain cover to keep the contents dry.
  • Stuff sacks for keeping your gear dry and organised. Or even better are fold- drybags such as from Exped.
  • Trekking poles (Black Diamond with “Flick Lock” are best). Having two poles is mandatory as required for your safety on steep and loose sections of the trail, river crossings and for walking through deep snow higher up.
  • Two water bottles (Nalgene wide mouth bottles are the best).  You may use a hydration pack lower down but the tube will freeze in the cold so ensure you still have 2 water bottles.
  • Pee bottle. Highly recommended as means you do not have to get up to find toilet tent at night! For men you can use an old water bottle for women take a look at SheWee.
  • Sunscreen and lipsalve with a high SPF.
  • Water purification tablets (Pristine, Biox Aqua or Aqua Mira).
  • Favourite snack food.
  • Books, ipod and cards etc.
  • Camera with spare batteries and memory cards.
  • Insurance certificate.
  • Earplugs (optional).
  • Baby wipes (optional).
  • Hand sanitizer. We suggest you keep this in your day pack for use after a toilet break during the trek or before eating any snacks. We provide sanitizer for use before meals.

Travelling

  • Duffle bag for your personal gear on the trek (carried by a porter). A rugged, waterproof duffle bag made of a plastic material 100-120 litres in size is recommended eg. Mountain Equipment 100l or Rab 120l. Bring a small combination padlock to secure the bag.
  • Travel clothes. You will need casual clothing for air travel days and time spent in Kathmandu.
  • Toiletry bag, soap, travel towel, toothbrush, travel wash etc. You will be provided with toilet paper on trek.

Personal first aid kit

Note: we provide a comprehensive group first aid kit but please bring personal medications and other items you might use regularly such as:

  • Any personal medications.
  • Blister treatment (Compeed patches are the best)
  • Rehydration powder (eg Dioralyte).
  • Analgesics (paracetamol, ibuprofen and aspirin).
  • Plasters and zinc oxide tape.
  • Throat lozenges.
  • Diamox (helps with acclimatisation).

Threat and risk assessment for Ladakh Sky Trail GHT

Participants should be aware trekking, mountaineering and travelling in a developing country are activities that involve a risk of personal injury or death. As a condition of booking you must accept these risks and be responsible for your own actions and involvement.

Adventure travel requires an open and flexible attitude. You may experience extreme conditions, unpredictable weather and last minute changes to the itinerary beyond our control. The ability to work in team is an important aspect of all of our trips.

As a part of our planning process we have performed a detailed threat and risk assessment for our Ladakh Sky Trail trek. It is worth pointing out all of our trips have a certain degree of risk, this is of course part of the attraction of adventure travel and why so many people choose to join this type of holiday. However by identifying the potential hazards on Ladakh Sky Trail we can assess the level of risk and implement control measures to reduce this happening.

Our full threat and risk assessment for Ladakh Sky Trail is available to clients on request. For your information we have listed below a summary of the significant risks and hazards identified by us:

  • Falls and trips resulting in physical injury eg. slipping on ice or falling off the path.
  • Altitude illness including but not limited to AMS, HACE and HAPE.
  • Getting lost or becoming separated from group eg. crossing passes in a whiteout.
  • Severe bad weather and conditions when camping eg. flash flooding.
  • Climatic injuries (dehydration, sun burn, heat exhaustion, hypothermia or heat stroke).
  • Crossing a river with no bridge resulting in drowning and/ or a fall.
  • Rock fall and landslides.
  • Lightning strike.
  • Wildlife, pack animals (eg. donkeys or horses) or stray dogs. Pack animals have been known to knock people off the path. Dogs can attack and bite, we advise you discuss rabies vaccination with your doctor.
  • Earthquake.
  • Risk of fire in the hotel or lodge.
  • Endemic local diseases. We advise you discuss vaccinations with your doctor before departure.
  • Physiological injury such as heart attack, appendicitis, hernia, toothache etc. in a remote area.
  • Road traffic accident.
  • Contaminated food and/ or water.

This trip visits a remote area where you are away from normal emergency services and medical facilities. In case of a serious injury requiring hospitalisation evacuation could take up to several days and may impede your ensuing recovery. Helicopters are the most usual means of evacuation, however they are not always available or they may be hindered by poor weather and flying conditions.

Weather and climate for Ladakh Sky Trail GHT

August is peak summer for the Ladakh region and so you should expect Leh and walking days to be hot for first two weeks of this trek often up to 30˚C. Sun protection and light shirts are essential. However the weather will start to cool off in the later stages of Ladakh Sky Trail GHT trek as we progress into September and at this time of year the nights will be cool with temperatures down to -10˚C and day time up to only 15˚C.

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