The dazzling Tso Moriri with Chamser Kangri (6622m) in the background viewed from the only village in the area Korzok at 4600m.
It seems true that once you have been high, you always want to go higher (and that is coming from someone who hates heights, freezing temperatures and exposed, risky edges.) Chamser Kangri is one of the many 6000m peaks in Ladakh that are less risky in that it is regarded as a so-called trekking peaks. That sounds about right for me, altitude is enough to deal with. We climbed it in September 2013, when conditions were perfect, except for the chill of autumn.