Uttarakhand Trek Packages

ADI KAILASH & OM PARVAT

Region:-Kumaun, Uttarakhand,
Duration:- 16 Days
Grade:- moderate to difficult    
Max. Altitude:- 45722 mt..

Day 01:- Kathgodam to Dharchula.
Day 02:- Drive to Mangti then trek to Gala.
Day 03:- Trek to Bundi
Day 04:- Trek to Gungi
Day 05:- Trek to Navidhang for Om parvat.
Day 06:- Trek to Kalapani (Kali Tample)
Day 07:- Trek to Gungi
Day 08:- Trek to Kutti
Day 09:- Trek to Jolingkong for Adi Kailash
Day 10:- Adi Kailash darshan Visit Parvati Sarovar.
Day 11:- Trek to Kutti
Day 12:- Trek to Gungi
Day 13:- Trek to Bundi.
Day 14:- Trek to Mangati then drive to Dharchula. Check in at hotel.
Day 15:- After breakfast drive to Kathgodam.
Day 16:- Reserve day

ADI KAILASH TREK

Region:-Kumaun, Uttarakhand,
Duration:- 13 Days
Grade:- moderate to difficult    
Max. Altitude:- 45722 mt..

Day 01:- Kathgodam to Dharchula.
Day 02:- Drive to Mangti then trek to Gala.
Day 03:- Trek to Bundi
Day 04:- Trek to Gungi
Day 05:- Trek to Kutti
Day 06:- Trek to Jolingkong for Adi Kailash
Day 07:- Adi Kailash darshan Visit Parvati Sarovar.
Day 08:- Trek to Kutti
Day 09:- Trek to Gungi
Day 10:- Trek to Bundi.
Day 11:- Trek to Mangati then drive to Dharchula. Check in at hotel.
Day 12:- After breakfast drive to Kathgodam.

Day 13:- Reserve day

Auden's Col Trek
Region: Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand
Duration : 15 Days 
Grade : Tough To Challenging
Max Altitude : 5450 mts/17876 ft
Season : June to Sep

Trekking Routes for Auden's Col Trek :-
Delhi - Rishikesh - Utterkashi - Gangotri - Nala Camp - Rudra Gaira Base Camp - Rudugaira BC - B C Gangotri Group - Auden Col BC - Khatling Glacier - Zero Point - Chowki - Masar Tal - Vasuki tal - Kedarnath - Rudrapryag - Rishikesh – Delhi

Auden's Col an Introduction Col is a mountain pass which connects Jogin I (6465m) and Gangotri III (6580m) peaks and is reportedly situated at a height of around 5400m. It also binds two glaciers on the opposite sides. One is Khatling glacier and the other one looks like the glacier belonging to Jogin I. Auden's Col is approachable from Gangotri and one can trek up to Kedarnath following Auden's Col and Khatling glacier. Auden's Col gets its name from J B Auden, who first crossed it in 1939-40.

Day 1:- Haridwar - Gangotri (3048 m/ 10,000 ft) Drive (317 kms).
After breakfast set out for Gangotri via the beautiful hamlet of Harsil- the home of the famous “Wilson Apple” & Bhairon Ghati the course of the Bhairav Ganga river spanned by a steel girder bridge overlooking a very fascinating and deep gorge. The drive  takes 4-5 hrs to reach the small town of Gangotri- thought to be established the at the mouth of the Gangotri Glacier centuries ago. On arrival check-into Hotel. By evening visit the Gangotri temple. Overnight stay.

Day 2:- Gangotri (Rest day for acclimatization)
After a leisurely breakfast you will explore the holy town of Gangotri. In the first half of the day you will trek towards Pandava caves, which reminds one about the famous epic of Mahabharata. It's a 4 kms hike both ways from Gangotri. On the second half of the day it is a real pleasure to visit the Ashrams showcasing  culture and traditional Hindu practices. Evening will be well lighted and cherished with the famous Arti of mother Ganges. Overnight and dinner in the hotel.

Day 3:- Gangotri - Nala Camp (8 km Trek 5 - 6hrs trek)
Prepare the gear to commence the adventure journey. The trail start on the true left of the valley and a continuous ascend to the Nala camp. The beautiful walk through  a Pine and Birch forest, finally gets transformed into a picturesque walk with views of some of the Himalayan peaks  i.e. Jogin and Kedartal range. On arrival set the campsite by Rudragaira River. Overnight in  tents.

Day 4:- Nala Camp to Rudra Gaira Base Camp (7 km -5 hrs trek)
The day’s trek commences with an ascent taking one to a ridge and continuing to a side stream. Thereafter, it is a arduous climb to the base camp, Apart from the strenuous stretches of hike during the day there are rewarding views of Rudragaira peak, Jogin peak and Auden Col pass. On arrival at the Rudra Gaira base camp (Rudragaira BC) a refreshing cup of Tea is well deserved! Overnight in the tents.

Day 5:- Rudugaira BC - Rest day and acclimatization
The day is  spent at this location and altitude for rest and acclimatization. One can relax in the camp or involve himself/herself in hike round the route which takes you towards Rudragaira peak. Explore and enjoy the surroundings surrounded by the majestic Himalayas. Overnight in tents.

Day 6:- Rudugaira BC - B C Gangotri Group (6 kms/5 hrs app)
The day’s hike involves negotiating moraine and technical surfaces! The ascending path is gradual throughout, but challenging at times. Approach towards the  camp makes you feel refreshed with the rewarding views of Gangotri I, II & III peaks. Overnight in tents.

Day 7:- B C Gangotri Group - Auden Col BC (6 km/5-6 hrs)
The hike for the day is as challenging as the previous day. The path continues on moraine and finally takes you to the Auden Col base camp. The campsite is not well marked or distinguished but gives an opportunity to camp within a rocky surroundings. Overnight in tents.

Day 8:- Auden Col B C - Khatling Glacier (12 km 10 hrs approx)
An early start is a must for the day! The walk involves technical aspects on the glacier, which continues to the pass. It is a trek of about 5 km to the pass, which takes about 4 hours. A rope is fixed on both sides to negotiate the pass. Looking back at the day’s events, one feels immense satisfaction and a sense of achievement , as one hangs up the trekking boots for the day, with a stunning view of the  greater Himalayas all around. The view is a feast for the eyes,  well deserved and worth it. A cautious descent with help of technical gear is made on the other side of the pass. After the descent, the day still continues for another 5-6 km on the glacier till  finally, the camp is established for the day. Lots of rest and deep sleep energizes one for another grueling day. Overnight in tents.

Day 9:- Khatling Glacier - Waterfall Camp/Zero Point (12 km/10 hrs approx)
The trek on the glacier continues for another 8 kms. The walk is technical and requires useof technical gear. After the glacial stretch, the path goes to the moraine continuously descending to the campsite by the river. Overnight in tents.

Day 10:- Waterfall Camp/ Zero Point - Chowki (8 kms/4-5 hrs)
After a trek of 3 km along the river valley,  the river is over crossed leading to an open meadow. Trekking further for another 4 km , one reaches Chowki, with a grassy and comfortable place to set campsite. Overnight in the tents.

Day 11:- Chowki - Masar Tal (8 kms/6-7 hrs)
The trek for the day involves a steep ascend with switch backs leading to ridge overlooking the valley. The trail is well defined and with presents a picturesque surrounding leading to Masar Tal. Upon arrival camp, near the beautiful lake. Overnight in the tents.

Day 12:- Masar Tal - Vasuki Tal (12 kms/6-7 hrs)
The day continues with the ascend of 3 km to reach the ridge, followed by a series of switch backs , finally descending  and bringing one  to the picturesque lake of Vasukital. Camp by the lake. Overnight in the tents.

Day 13:- Vasuki Tal - Kedarnath (5 kms/3 hrs)
Trek towards one of the famous and much revered temple pilgrimage centers in India. The descent of 5 km takes approximately 3 hours. On arrival one can feel the spiritual environment of Hindu religion and culture. The Kedarnath temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and established by the famous Hindu reformist and philosopher Adi Shankaracharya around 800 CE.boasting an unparalleled architecture. Evening temple visit. Overnight in the hotel at Kedarnath.

Day 14:- Kedarnath - Gaurikund (14 kms/3-4 hrs) - Rudraprayag
Awake in the morning full of religious hustle bustle- chiming temple bells, and aromatic incense!  Descend the well laid  6 ft wide  trail for the next  14 km till Gaurikund teeming with religious tralellers (Yatris) of all ages and regions of the subcontinent. En route pass through the village of Rambara having several makeshift restaurants serving food to pilgrims. Continue to descend further to reach Gaurikund. Board the vehicles on a 4 hours drive to reach Rudraprayag, another revered religious place, on the flanks of confluence of river Mandakini and Alaknanda. Overnight in hotel at Rudraprayag.

Day 15:- Rudraprayag - Rishikesh
Early in the morning take a holy dip at the confluence and later after having breakfast drive towards Rishikesh via another confluence Devprayag (Alaknanda & Bhagirathi Rivers) from here the holy Ganges begins. In the evening one can visit the Ashrams & temples at Rishikesh. Explore Rishikesh: "haven of saint and Sadhus"This town is, situated on the banks of river Ganga and flanked on three sides by high mountain ranges is the epicenter of religion and culture of the region. The evening “Arti” held on the Triveni Ghat on the river bank is most fascinating to watch, involving prayer and songs offered by pilgrims lighting a butter lamp with fresh flowers and offering it to the river – setting it adrift! Overnight in hotel.

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Bagini Glacier

Region:- Garhwal, Uttarakhand
Duration:- 7 days
Grade:- Moderate
Max Altitude:- 14816 ft.
Approx Trekking km:- 44 km.

Bagini glacier, in Garhwal Himalaya, It is the Base Camp for Changa Banga, Dunagiri and Kalanka peaks. Bagini Glacier runs down northwards from Changabang & Trishuli peaks (in North-West rim of Nanda-Devi Sanctuary) and then the Bagini melt river turns westwards where it is joined by Dunagiri Glacier waters running down from Purbi-Dronagiri ridge. Further west, it is joined by the Lampak stream and finally flows into the Dhauli-Ganga, just north of Jumma Village.

 

ITINERARY

Day 1:- Kathgodam – Joshimath (285 km.) 

Accommodation is available in rest house or hotel
Day 2:- Joshimath – Ruing village via jumma (trek 2 km.)

Jumma to Ruing village (7500 ft). You have to cross Dhauliganga firstly to go to the other side. It took one and half hour for us to reach the village. The road is comfortably accessible for any moderate trekker. Accommodation is available at tent & rest houses.
Day 3:- Ruing – Dronagiri (9 km.)

It is long stretch of 10km according to local people.  Track goes through some dense forest with the Bagini river on your left side. Landscape is nice. Before reaching Dunagiri village (11500 ft) there are some steep climb where the track is little bit tricky. After that you will reach a valley below Dunagiri village with concrete path leading to the village.
Day 4:- Dronagiri – Base camp (7 km.)

At first you have to go to the top of the ridge above the village and then the path goes down on the other side down towards the river (Bagini nallha) with a concrete bridge to cross over to the other side. The path goes upwards slowly crossing some green fields (Rangatoli) and after that it is through boulders. This phase of the track needs attention to negotiate properly. After crossing the green fields and river  there is a place to pitch tents. It is called lower Bagini.(12300 ft).

Day 5:- Base camp – Bagini glacier (5 km.)

One can move and stay at upper Bagini which is about three hours trek. Path goes over moraine and fields. Water source is available at upper Bagini (14816 ft) also. Changa Banga peak is visible from this area. You can come back to lower Bagini  camp if want to.
Day 6:- Base camp – Dronagiri

One can come down to Dronagiri village from upper Bagini or lower Bagini.
Day 7:- Dronagiri – Ruing

From Dronagiri to Jumma. Take arranged hired vehicle and reach Joshimath on same day.

BORASU PASS TREK

Region:- Western Garhwal / Himachal Himalaya Range,
Duration:- 9 Days
Grade:- moderate
Altitude:-17,881 ft.
Approx trekking:- 53km.

Borasu Pass is the link pass between Himachal Himalaya and Uttaranchal Himalaya. People used to travel between these two parts of the Himalaya mainly through Rupin pass, Borasu Pass,  Nalgan pass along with some other high altitude passes from very ancient ages. These passes were used by the businessmen also for their trading with Tibet and China. After business relation with China ended with the Indo-China war, utility of these beautiful pass became limited to the adventurous trekkers and mountaineers.

ITINERARY

Day 1:- MORI– OSLA (2560 m / 8400 ft)
 After an early breakfast we drive to Taluka (45 kms) and from there trek 13 kms to reach Osla ( 5-6 hrs). Overnight in tents.
Day 2:- OSLA – HAR-KI-DUN (3566 m / 11700 ft)
Today we will trek 12 kms to reach Har-Ki-Dun, this will take about 7-8 hrs moving at a leisurely pace so as to enjoy the beauty of the valley. Overnight in tents.
Day 3:- HAR-KI-DUN
On this day everyone does his own thing. One can go on an exploratory trek in the valley, capture some magnificent views on the camera, or just chill at the campsite. Overnight in tents.
Day 4:- HAR KI DUN - MORINDATAL (4200 m)
Today we trek 6 kms at moderate pace to reach Morinda tal. Overnight in tents
Day 5:- MORINDATAL – BORASU PASS (5360 m) - CAMP
Today we trek 8 Kms to reach Borasu Pass. We pitch our camp on the other side after crossing over to the other side of the the pass. Overnight in tents.
Day 6:- CAMP – ZUPICA GAD DOARIA CAMP GROUND (4000 m)
On this day we trek 10 kms to reach Doaria, Overnight in camp.
Day 7:- DOARIA – CHITKUL (3430 m)
Today’s trek is of 10 kms takes about 8-9 hrs. Overnight in Chitkul Village.
Day 8:- CHITKUL - SANGLA
Today we drive from Chitkul to Sangla. Overnight in Kinner camp at Sangla 
Day 9:- After breakfast proceed with your onwards journey.

Trip ends here. 

Chandrashila Trek

Duration : 04 Days

Max Altitude: 3566 Mts
Best Time: May to June & Sep. to Oct. 
Difficulty: Moderate Trek

Detail Itinerary

Day 1: Haridwar – Chopta
Morning after breakfast drive to Chopta which is one of the most beautiful spot in this part of the Himalaya passing through lush green landscapes strecheing almost 40 kms.Apart of humans it is also inhabitate by rare Himalayan species like the Snow Leapord,Musk Deer,Snow Fox,Monal etc.Put up camp on arrival and relax in the evening. Overnight stay in camp.
Day 2:Chopta -Devaria Tal -Chopta
Morning after breakfast drive to Sari Village and then trek to Devaria Tal. Devria Tal is one of the finest Himalayan lakes. On arrival enjoy the panoramic view of greater Himalayan range view of Mt Chaukhamba,Kedarnath,Bhrigupanth etc.Explore the surrounding area and later trek down to Sari and drive back to Chopta for over night stay.
Day 3:Chopta - Tungnath - Chandrashila - Chopta
Morning after breakfast start early trek to the temple of Tungnath and Chandrashila. Tungnath is one of the highest Shiva temples in Garhwal. Further proceed to Chandrashilla peak.The summit of the Chandrashilla peak provides a breathtaking 360 degree view of Himalayan Peaks. Return trek to Chopta for overnight stay.
Day 4:Chopta – Haridwar
Morning after breakfast drive down to Rishikesh,En route visit to confluence of River Alaknanda and Mandakini at Rudraprayag. Up on arrival check in to the hotel for overnight stay.

Dayara Bugyal

Region:- Garhwal, uttarakhand
Duration:- 7 Days
Altitude:- 3950 m. /12956 ft.
Grade:- Easy
Approx Trekking:-35 km

Dayara Bugyal is one of the most beautiful places in Uttaranchal, situated at an elevation ranging from 10,000 - 12,000 ft. The locals believe that the Bugyals are home to angels and fairies.This vast meadow is second to none in natural beauty in Uttarakhand. The possibility of Nordic as well as Alpine skiing are immense here, since during winter it provides one of the best ski slopes in India spread over an area of 28 sq/kms.

ITIRERARY

Day-1

Haridwar – Uttarkashi – Barsu (approx 270 km)
Post breakfast drive to Sangamchatti via Uttarkashi. Follow the course of the river Ganga, and thereafter the course of the river Bhagirathi - along their meandering courses, steadily gaining altitude The drive is nothing short of spectacular as the route follows the picturesque Garhwal Mountains. Night stay in rest house or tents.

Day-2

Barsu – Barnala.
Forest of Oak and Rhododendron. Occasional clearings in these virgin forests present beautiful glades, abundant in a wide variety of wild flowers. Mountains such as Draupadi Ka Daanda are constantly visible from these clearings. Night stay in tent.

Day-3

Barnala – Dayara Bugyal.
The beautiful sloping meadow rimmed by thinning trees are spread as far as the eyes can see, and are an added attraction for skiers during winter months, as a typical snowfall in Dayara is well over 4 ft deep, and patches of snow are still visible in the month of May. Night stay in tent.

Day-4

Exploring & reach Bakaria top 
Spend the day exploring the vast Bugyal, with its undulating surface, innumerous streams, and amazing view of the surroundings. Walking is a bit tough here as one feels the lack of oxygen! Take it easy and walk in ease, as the day is long and there is plenty to observe, such as the Lammergaier and the Griffon - both rare birds of prey! The day is for exploration and relaxation. Night stay in tents.

Day-5

Dayara Bugyal – Pichikya
Night stay in tents

Day-6

Pichikya – Barsu
Night stay in rest house or tents

Day-7

Barsu – Haridwar

Did Bali Pass

Region:- Garhwal Himalayas
Duration:- 12 Days
Grade:- moderate to tough
Max Altitude: 3566 Mts
Best Time: April to June & Sep to Oct 

ITINERARY

Day 01:- Report in Dehradun.  
Arrive Delhi, then drive to Dehradun (capital of Uttarakhand state) from Delhi. Arriving at Dehradun, Overnight stay in tourist lodge at Dehradun.
Day 02:- Dehradun via Mussoorie - Naitwar - Sankari (160 kms/5-6 hrs) 
Today we drive from Dehradun via Mussoorie to Sankari, which is our starting point of trek. The route from Mussoorie goes down to Yamuna bridge at Yamuna river and further to Naitwar at Ton valley. Driving continue to Naitwar which is a entrance of The Govind Wildlife Sanctuary. After Naitwar along the left bank of Ton river to Sankari village.
Day 03:- Sankhari - Taluka (1900 mts/12 kms 4-5 hrs) 
Today we start trek to Taluka village along the Supin river. The trail is a fare weather jeep able road. The houses here are mainly two storied wood structures overlooking the streams or river. After we arrive at Taluka. Overnight camp at Taluka.
Day 04:- Taluka - Osla (2559 mts/13 kms 4-5 hrs) 
Today we cross the Siyan Gad by bridge, further trail climbs to Dhatmir village. Later we cross the river towards right side of Ton river. Osla has very dense forests of Walnut, Chestnut, Willows and Chinars. Overnight camp.
Day 05:- Osla - Har Ki Dun (3506 mts/14 kms 5-6 hrs) 
Today after Osla we continue trek to Har Ki Dun. The trail and surroundings is extremely picturesque. Which is 5-6 hrs walk. Enroute we will have a wonderful view towards East of Ruinsara Gad: Kalanag peak (6387 mtrs), (Bandar punch 6316 mtrs), Swargarohini (6252 mtrs), Juandar glacier towards North and dense forests. Overnight camp.
Day 06:- Har Ki Dun - Borasu Pass (4725 mts) - Har Ki Dun (5 kms) 
An ideal base for exploring the valley. Morning after breakfast trek ascend gradually towards Borasu Pass, which divides Har Ki dun with Sangla Valley in Himachal Pradesh.
Day 07:- Har Ki Dun - Debshu Bugyal 
Today we will trek 14 kms to reach Debshu Bugyal. It will take 4-5 hrs at leisure pace as the trail is generally downhill. Overnight in tents.
Day 08:- Debshu Bugyal - Ruinsara Tal 
Today we start trekking early towards Ruinsara Tal. The Trek from Debshu Bugyal to Ruinsara Tal is through, terraced mountain fields, lush green grassy lands and conifer forests through extremely scenic landscape. Overnight in tents.

Day 09:- Ruinsara tal - Foot of Did Bali Pass (6 kms) 
Today we steadly climb to foot or base of Bali pass. A majestic trio of Kalanag, Bander Punch and Swargarohini peaks stands in front of base camp. Overnight camp.
Day 10:- Foot of  Did Bali Pass - Did Bali Pass (4800 mts) - Yamunotri (3165 mts/9 kms) 
An early morning start trek for an exciting day for crossing the pass. From pass a magnificient view of Swargarohini peak. The route descends through open meadows and later through forests to lead near Yamunotri shrine. Overnight camp.
Day 11:- Yamunotri - Janki Chatti - Hanuman Chatti (14 kms/6-7 hrs) 
Today after Yamunotri trek along Yamuna river fairly downhill to Jankibai Chatti than further to Hanuman Chatti. Hanuman Chatti is the last motor point before heading to Uttarkashi. Overnight camp.
Day 12:- Hanuman Chatti - Uttarkashi - Haridwar 
Today we drive to Uttarkashi. Then drive to Haridwar. Dinner and overnight stay in hotel.

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Har Ki Dun Trek

Duration : 9 Days

Max Altitude: 3566 Mts
Best Time: April to June & Sep to Oct 
Difficulty: Moderate Trek

This trekking trip for adventurous nature lovers, keen to explore a remote Himalayan valley, has all the classic attractions: ascending gentle trails through luxuriant oak and conifer forest and past traditional Hindu mountain villages to the alpine meadows where mountain peaks soar above Hari-ki-dun (the Valley of Gods). Har - Ki - Dun nestles in the NW corner of Garhwal near the Satluj - Yamuna watershed and remote western hills of Uttarkashi district. The valley is dominated by Swargarohini (6252 mtrs).
Though less known than the famed Valley of Flowers in the Indian Himalaya, the Valley of Gods boasts richness in the variety of flora. Situated in the upper catchment basin of the Tons River, Hari-ki-dun is one of the most fascinating and least visited areas of the Garhwal Himalaya. This area harbours almost all the major groups of the high altitude flowers, birds and animals in the Himalayan zone.

ITINERARY

Day 01:- Dehradun– Sankri (via Mussoorie) (166 kms/ 5-6 hrs)
This day hit the road and drives to Sankri. Sankri, via Mussoorie, Kempty falls, Purola and Mori. This is starting point of our trek. Overnight in tourist rest house/tent.
Day 02:- Sankri – Taluka (1900 m/6232 ft) 14 kms/4-5 hrs From Sankri the road is well made and passes through dense forest with
gorgeous views down the valley, of local settlements and river Rupin. Taluka, a
small hamlet nestled in the laps of nature is located at the 1900 Mts. Taluka has
guest houses and a few shack shops providing daily provisions to the local
inhabitants. Overnight in tourist rest house/tent.
Day 03:- Taluka – Osla (2560 m / 8400 ft) (13 kms/6-7 hrs)
The trail from Taluka village initially descends and then continues gradually on
the true left of the valley adjoining the river Rupin. Later the trail winds up the
beautiful forest of Chestnut, Walnut and Willows and continues to the village of
Gangar. Here cross the side stream and continue to climb to see settlement of
picturesque Osla village at a distant on the true right of the valley. Continue to
trek to Seema the campsite just opposite to the village of Osla separated by the
swift river. Seema is a small tourist hub with shops of limited supplies, a forest
rest house and tourist Bunglow. Overnight in tourist rest house/tent.
Day 04:- Osla – Har – Ki Dun (3566 m / 11700 ft) (12 kms/6-7 hrs)
The trail from Seema initially continues on the true left of the valley, goes past
fields followed by crossing a hanging bridge over river Rupin, to the true right of the valley. The trail now ascends, go past through fields and pastures with huts. The   coniferous flora on the opposite side of the valley is awesome and much adorable.  The trail climbs to the ridge locally named as Kalkatti Dhar, from where the trail traverses to give you awesome view of Har Ki Dun. From here initially
the trail climbs gradually and later gets steep in times go past through beautiful meadows to the campsite at Har KI Dun. The campsite is by the small stream,
with peaks of Har Ki Dun and Swargarohini towering above. Overnight in the
tents.
Day 05:- Har Ki Dun
The day is for relaxation and exploration. Having a morning at ease you can
explore Morinda lake in the first half of the day. After lunch exploration
towards Jaundhar Glacier is adorable. Overnight in the tents.
Day 06:- Har Ki Dun – Osla
The reverse trek to the village of Osla is an easy walk which gives a lot of
opportunity to admire the beauty of the valley. The trek to Osla will take around
3-4 hrs. Overnight in tourist rest house/tent.
Day 07:- Osla – Taluka (13 kms/3-4 hrs)
The walk towards Taluka village is equally easy as the previous day. The beauty down the valley is really immaculate and worth it. Overnight in rest house/ hotel.
Day 08:- Taluka (13 kms/3-4 hrs) – Sankri
The trek for the day is relaxing and fun walk through the forest and on well made road.
Day 09:- Sankri - Dehradun (215 Kms, 7-8 hrs)
Start driving towards Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand and have places of tourism aspect.

Trip and Services Ends Here

KALINDI KHAL  
(THE TRAIL FROM GANGOTRI TO BADRINATH)

Region:-Garhwal, Uttarakhand,
Duration:- 15 Days
Grade:- challenging  
Altitude:-5947 mt..
Approx trekking:- 105 km.

Itinerary

01- Leave Haridwar for Uttarkashi 220 Kms. Night stay at Uttarkashi. 
02- Uttarkashi to Gangotri (3140Mt.)
03- Acclimatization at Gangotri.
04 -Gangotri to Bhojvasa(3792 mtrs.) 14kms. trek.
05- Bhojvasa to Nandanvan(4330 mtrs.) 5-6 Hrs. trek.
06- Nandanvan  Tapovan (4463 mtrs.)- Nandanvan. 5-6 hrs Trek.
07- Nandanvan to Vasuki tal(4880 mtrs.)4-5 Hrs. trek.
08- Vasuki tal to Surlaya Bamak(5180 mtrs.) 5-6 Hrs. trek.
09- Surlaya Bamak to Seta Bamak(5486 mtrs.) 5-6 Hrs. trek.
10- Seta Bamak to Kalindi base(5650mtrs.) 5-6 Hrs. trek.
11- Kalindi base  Kalindi Khal 4 Hrs. Arwa tal(4880mtrs.)5 Hrs.
12- Arwa tal to Gashtoli(3996mtrs.) 18 kms.
13- Gashtoli to Mana 14 kms.trek-Badrinath Temple-Joshimath 48Kms.
14- Joshimath to Haridwar 277 Kms. (Rail Head) & Departure.
15- Reserve Day.

Khatling Glacier

Region: Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand
Duration : 11 Days
Altitude : 3800 mts
Grade : Tough, challenging
Season : Apr – May Sep- Oct

Trekking Routes for Khatling Trekking :-
Haridwar - Ghuttu- Reeh -Gangi- Kharsali - Bhedikharag – Khatling Glacier - Bhedikharag - Kharsali – Gangi- Panwali Kantha-  Maggu Chatti- Trijuginarayan – Gaurikund- Haridwar

Khatling Glacier situated in Tehri district is the source of river Bhilangna. The moraines on the side of the glaciers look like standing walls of gravel mud. The glacier is surrounded by snow peaks of the Jogin group (6466m), Sphetic Pristwar (6905m), Barte Kauter (6579m) Kirti Stambh (6902m) and Meru. The trek which starts from Ghuttu which is easily approachable by motor from Dehradun, Mussoorie Tehri, and the Rishikesh. One has to trek about 45 kilometers. and pass through remote villages with thick Kharsao forest and wide open beautiful lush grassy meadows. The entry to the Bhilangna Valley provides excellent spots for camping. Tents and adequate provisions need to be arranged in advance from Rishikesh, Tehri and Dehradun.

Itinerary

Day 01 :- Rishikesh - Ghuttu (170 kms/ 4-5 hrs)
Early morning after breakfast drive to ghuttu, ghuttu is a small village and the starting point of the khatling glaceires trek. Evening explore the tiny village and overnight camp.
Day 02 :- Ghuttu- Reeh (1524 mts) 10 kms /4 - 5 hrs
The trek for the first day starts with a late breakfast, and packed lunch packets are issued, The steep climb of 10 km till Reeh (also known locally as Reeh Chhani), beckons as the , the entire trail passes goes steeply uphill in beginning while proceeding through the valley of the river Devling, The latter part passing through Deolang village, becomes steeper and the trail climbs through Chir Pine, and Rhododendron forests, and thick groves of the local bamboo (Known as "Ringaal" locally)! . The camp site is located near a flat area near the forest. Dinner and overnight stay in tents.
Day 03 :- Reeh - Gangi (2606 mts) - 12 kms /4 - 5 hrs)
Early morninga after breakfast we commands our trek with very gradual steep trek through crossing a sense of meadows high abows high above the valley. After crossing the top of the ridge, one will enjoy fine view of panwali kanth and the region of south of ghuttu. Overnight in camp.
Day 04 :- Gangi - Kharsoli (3110 mts) 11 kms/5 hrs
Morning post breakfast, trek for 5 hours to Kharsali with packed lunch packets. The trail drops initially for an hour to Deokhri Channi, a winter settlement for the villagers of Gangi. From these Chhanis, a half an hour through the forest takes one to a fork in the trail, just beyond the Kalyani stream. The trail going to the left leads to Sahastratal lake 4872 mts. And the one on the right to Khatling - continuing straight through an open area known locally as Birodh. From here it is two hours to Kharsali, which is a large meadow surrounded by giant conifers and Oaks, and an ideal camping place. Overnight in camp.
Day 05 :- Kharsali - Bhedikharag (3700 mts) 6 hrs
In the morning trek to Bhedikharag resumes after breakfast with packed lunch. The bridge over the Kharsali stream is crossed and the trail continues further along the forest track to Bhelbagi. The route follows the river for almost two Km along a slight upward incline, then rises sharply going through thick bush,consisting juniper and silver birch and passing by Bhumkodaar cave to the left of the trail. Another 2 to 3 km. of climbing brings one to the Tamakund cave- an area best known for its exotic flora! From this point, it is a mere 1 hour of walk to reach another good camping site at Bhedikharg.. Dinner and overnight in Camp.
Day 06 :- Bhedikharag - Khatling - Bhedikharag (3900 mts/) 11 kms /6 hrs
After an early breakfast trek to Zero Point at Khatling Glacier. This day the climb is not the challenge, but the terrain is, and one has to be very surefooted walking over the gravely surface and the scree! Most of the day is spent walking, and there is not much time to be wasted at the glacier, as the ideal time for the return journey is scheduled for not later than 2 pm, as the darkness falls fast and the weather changes even faster at these altitudes. One can go no further than 500 - 700-metres over the glacier (the detailed visit to the glacier takes 2 days) .Since the remaining part of the day is spent in the return trek back to Bhedikharag, the photos of the glacier and the surrounding mountainsare quickly taken and preprations are made for return at 2pm. Dinner and overnight in camp.
Day 07 : Bhedikharag - Gangi (3110 mts) 11 kms/3 hrs
In the morning trek to Gangi in prepration for the long trek to the beautiful High altitude grasslands of Panwali Kantha.Arrive in Gangi at lunch, and visit local homes and the wooden temples which are very typical of this village. Across the valley to the South is the enticing view of the next day's stopover - Dinner and overnight in camp.
Day 08 : Gangi- Panwali Kantha grasslands (3658 mts ) 11 kms/9 - 10 hrs
Breakfast is had in the early hours in prepration for the 18 km to the Panwali Kantha grasslands, and setting out with packed lunches, the group must make an early start for a very long day! The route initially dips for the next 2 kms reaching the bridge over a frothing Bhilangana tributary , through thick mixed brush. On the opposite side South of Gangi, the trail takes an upward route, going through patches of forest, and grassy clearings. The views on this are staggering, as one gets to see the route of the trek to Khatling. Reach the sprawling grassland in time to see the vastness of the most famous highland grasslands in the Garhwal Himalayas, and savor the sun set, and the colours on the surrounding peaks. The shepherd cottages marking the beginning of the Bugyal are temporary dwellings as the advent of summers heralds a bountiful supply of fresh green grass for cows, and sheep alike! Dinner and overnight in camp.
Day 09 :- Panwali Kantha grasslands - Maggu Chatti (2010 mts) /5 - 6 hours
The sunrise at the picturesque Panwali Kantha grassland is crisp and refreshing and the bright rays of the sun light up the surrounding peaks! Strange as it might sound, an amateur photographer is capable of taking very professional looking pictures, since the air is very clear and the colours vivid! Animals such as mules, cows, and large herds of sheep add to the beauty of these meadows. The trek to Maggu Chatti can be started by 12 in the noon, as most of the walk is a gentle affair, mostly over a grassy surface and offers beautiful sights wherever one might care to look! After consuming the packed lunch en route, arrive at Maggu Chatti a small hamlet consisting of a few small chai shops, and set amidst flat terraced fields. Dinner and overnight in camp.
Day 10 :- Maggu Chatti - Trijuginarayan - Gaurikund (1982 mts) 6 kms/9 hrs
Post breakfast start the gentle descent to Trijuginarayan. The trek goes through patches of Oak and Rhodendron, mostly following the same contour till the small town of Trijuginarayan. The A special feature of the temple at Trijuginarayan is a perpetual fire, that burns in front of the temple. The flame is believed to burn from the times of the divine marriage of Lord Shiva with Goddess Parvati. The Vishnu temple that is said to have witnessed this holy matrimony, is a place of pilgrimage by thousands every year! After the prayers, continue on the 3 - 4 hour trek to Gaurikund (the roadhead to Kedarnath Temple) Dinner and overnight in hotel /camp.
Day 11 :- Gaurikund - Haridwar

Kuari Pass & Lord Curzon Trail

Region:-Garhwal, Uttarakhand,
Duration:- 8 Days
Grade:- moderate
Altitude:-3500 mt.
Approx trekking:- 80 km.
Best time:- may to june & September to November

Day 1:- drive haridwar to selubagar (ghat) (245 km)
Day 2:- selubagar to ghuni (6km)
Day 3:- ghuni to jhingi (15km.)
Day 4:- jhingi to pana (12 km.)
Day 5:- pana to dakwani (15 km.)
Day 6:- dakwani to kuari pass to khulara (8 km.)
Day 7:- khulara to auli (14 km.) and drive to joshimath (10 km.)
Day 8:- dive joshimath to haridwar  (275 km)

Namik Glacier Trek

Region:-Garhwal, Uttarakhand,
Duration:- 11 Days
Grade:- moderate
Altitude:-15696 ft.
Approx trekking:- 53km.

 

The glacier is surrounded by peaks like Nanda Devi (7,848 m), Nanda Kot (6,861 m), and Trishuli (7,120 m).The glacier falls on ancient Indo-Tibet trade route. There are a number of waterfalls and sulphur springs originating around this glacier. The glacier can be reached by trekking from Bala village on Thal-Munsiyari road near Birthi Fall. It is 129 km from Pithoragarh. The trail passes through pristine villages with strong local culture and ancient temples. These villages are rich in heritage from the Indo- Tibetan trade route and particularly the two villages of Gogina and Namik. At time we stay we the local people in their homes. The trail generally follows the Ramganga river through deep forests and rolling meadows with eternal Himalayas in constant view.

Day 01: Kathgodam -  Munsyari
Day 03: Munsyari - Senar Gad Meadows (7 km trek)
Day 04: Senar Gad - Dhaldauk (11 km trek) 
Day 05: Dhaldauk - Sudamkhan (7 km trek)
Day 06: Sudamkhan - Hiramani Glacier (9 km trek)
Day 07: Hiramani Glacier - Namik Glacier –(3600 m) Sudamkhan (14 kms trek)
Day 08: Sudam khan - Namik Village(11 km trek)
Day 09: Namik Village - Gogina (6 km trek)
Day10: Gogina - Liti (16 km trek)
Day 11: Liti – kathgodam

NANDA DEVI EAST BASE CAMP (PACHU GLACIER)

Region:-Kumaun , Uttarakhand,
Duration:- 11 Days
Grade:- moderate
Altitude:-4000 mt.
Best Time:- May to June & September To October
Itinerary

Day-01:- kathgodam- munsyai  ( 2290 mtrs. ) 277 kms.
Day-02:- Munayari – lilam (1850 mtrs. ) 7 kms.
Day-03:- LILAM- BOGUDIAR (2609mtrs. ) 12 kms. Trek.
Day-04:- BOGUDIAR- RILKOT (3130mtrs.) 12 kms.
Day-05:- RILKOT- GHANGHAR (3300mtrs.) 13 kms. Trek.
Day-06:- GHANGHAR- PACHU GLACIER ( 4000smtrs.) 7kms. Trek.
Day-07:- EXPLORING THE BASE CAMP.
Day-08:- PACHU GLACIER- MARTOLI 17 kms.
Day-09:- MARTOLI-RARGARI 20 kms.
Day-10:- RARGARI- MUNSYARI 14 kms. Trek.
Day-11:- Munsyari to Kathgodam (Rail Head) 296 kms. & Departure.

Om Parwat Itinerary

Region:- Kumaun Himalayas Range,
Duration:- 11 Days
Grade:- moderate

Itinerary

Day 01:- Kathgodam to Dharchula.
Day 02:- Drive to Mangti then trek to Gala.
Day 03:- Trek to Bundi
Day 04:- Trek to Gungi
Day 05:- Trek to Navidhang.
Day 06:- Navidhang - Om parvat - Navidhang.
Day 07:- Trek to Gungi
Day 08:- Trek to Bundi.
Day 09:- Trek to Mangati then drive to Dharchula. Check in at hotel.
Day 10:- After breakfast drive to Kathgodam via Jageswar temple & Chitai temple .
Day 11:- Reserve day

Panchachuli Base Camp Trekking

Region:- kumaun, uttarakhand
Duration:- 9 Days
Grade:- moderate
Max altitude:-13976 ft.
Approx trekking:- 63km.
Best time:- August

The Panchchuli peaks are a group of five snow-capped Himalayan peaks lying at the end of the eastern Kumaon region, near Munsiyari, in Pithoragarh district, Uttarakhand state. They form the watershed between the Gori and the Darmaganga valleys. Panchchuli is also located on the Gori Ganga-Lassar Yankti divide. The group lies 138 km (86 mi) from Pithoragarh.
The five peaks on the Panchchuli massif are numbered from northwest to southeast. The highest peak is Panchchuli II, The group's name is derived the legendary Pandavas's "Five Chulis" (cooking hearths), where they cooked their last meal before proceeding toward their heavenly abode.

ITINERARY

Day 1:- Kathgodam – Dharchula (295 km)  Kathgodam – Dharchula Drive approximately 295 km to Dharchula via Almora and Pithoragarh.
En route we will enjoy the scenic beauty of terraced fields, villages and snow clad Himalayan mountains At distant horizon we can still see Nanda Devi sometime en route and other peaks. 
Day 2:- Dharchula / Dhar / Urthing ( Drive 2hrs.,+ trek 04 hrs) 
In the morning we will take a short but exciting drive to Sobla via Tawaghat and from here trek up to Dhar. Sobla is the entry point to the Darma Valley and is the starting point of our trek. On arrival at Dhar village set out a camp for dinner and overnight stay.
Day 3:- Urthing - Nagling ( trek 08 km, 04 hrs, )  
After B/Fast we start our trek to Nagling ,we will trek upwards and downwards. Dinner and overnight in tents.
Day 4:-  Nagling - Son ( 11km, 5 hrs. )
In the morning after breakfast we will trek up to Base Camp, where we will set out our camp. The trek is full of adventures. On arrival set out camp for dinner and overnight stay. 
Day 5:- Soun - Panchachuli Base Camp ( 05 km) 
In the morning we will trek up to View Point, from this point we can see view of the PanchChuli peaks from here is just magnificent. You can find a huge meadow here. One can see the magnificent view of Panch Chuli glacier with the backdrop of the Panch Chuli peaks. Dinner and overnight stay in tents and all day we explore the area of Panchaculi base Camp.
Day 6:- Panchachuli base camp - Nagling (16 km.)  
After breakfast trek back to Nagling. From Base Camp to Nagling is a gradual descent and the days walk takes around 5 hours.
Day 7:- Nagling - Urthing
In the morning we will trek down to Urthing . The trek is easy to downwards. It takes 4 hrs. to reach Urthing.
Day 8:- Urthing – Dharchula  
In the morning we trek to Dar and will take a jeep till Dharchula, Dinner and overnight stay in hotel. 
Day 9:- Dharchula - Kathgodam                                                                                                                                      

                                                                                                                                                                                    

PINDARI GLACIER TERK
Region:- kumaon
Trek duration:-9 days
Grade :-moderate
Best time:-April –June & October to November  
Max altitude:-3260 Mts.

Easier than most of the other glaciers, it is not possible to have confronted challenges of Himalayas and not being aware of it. A delight to be trekked to witness 5 km of length and 2.5 km of width, this glacier is exquisite sight to revere. Even families can jointly take the trip and find some time to bond under the refuge of “mighty abode of snow”.
To look at this particular icy monolith, one has to direct his eyes between Nanda Devi and Nandakot mountains and he would be able to witness the beauty there. The glacier is also responsible for the origin of Pindari river that flows to meet river Alaknanda and goes on to become river Ganges later.
The route generally takes from Bageshwar followed by song and Loharkhet before reaching Dhakauli from where the actual trekking commences. The route takes one through small villages namely, Khati, Dwali and Phurkiya. This is one opportunity to lock in for lifetime.
Reaching zero point of Pindari glacier is one thing, but the return journey could be made more interesting by adding to the list attraction like confluences of Saryu and Gomti, Bagnath temple, Bajinath and kafni glacier if time allows, that too in the month of April to July and sep to Oct.

                                                ITINERARY
             
Day01 :- kathgodam - loharkhet                    210km drive               
Day02 :- loharkhet - dhakuri                          11 km trek                              
Day03 :- dhakuri - khati                                 08 km trek                  
Day04 :- khati - dwali                                    11 km trek                  
Day05 :- dwali- phurkia                                 05 km trek                  
Day06 :- phurkia - pindari glacier - dwali      17 km trek                              
Day07 :- dwali - dhakuri                                19 km trek                  
Day08 :- dhakuri - loharkhet                          11 km terk                  
Day09 :- loharkhet - kathgodam                    210km drive

Roopkund Trek

Region:-Garhwal, Uttarakhand,
Duration:- 8 Days
Grade:- moderate
Altitude:-15696 ft.
Approx trekking:- 53km.

Roopkund is situated at an elevation of 5,029 mts above sea level in the base of Trishul peak and Nanda Ghunti. Roopkund is also known as ‘Mystery Lake’ since human skeletons and remains of horses from the Paleolithic age was found here. The lake is nestled amidst panoramic mountain scenery, surrounded by rock-strewn glacier. Roopkund remains frozen for almost all the time of the year. The skeletal remains around Roopkund are believed to be 500-600 years old.
While traveling to Roopkund you get a chance to trek through villages rich in pahari culture. Visit high alpine meadows offering enchanting greenery and the sacred Bedni Kund holding crystal clear water. The trek goes steep to Roopkund from Bedni Bugyal. Bhaguwabasa is situated at an elevation of 4,100 mts above sea level, situated 5 kms short of Roopkund. The weather is unpredictable at such high altitudes so do carry raincoats.
Roopkund Legend- The great ‘Nanda Devi Raj Jat Yatra’ is held in every 12 years from Nauti village near Karnaprayag to Homkund near Roopkund. This yatra is dedicated to Goddess Nanda. A large number of people from Garhwal and Kumaon take part in this tough holy yatra.
Many stories were also made about the mysterious human skeletons of Roopkund. According to research it was indicated that the people were from the 12th century to the 15th century who died of hailstorm. But it is still a mystery that what were those people doing there.

 ITINERARY

Day-1

Kathgodam – Lohajung (213 km)
Night stay in tourist lodge

Day-2

Lohajung – Didna (8 km)
Night stay in rest house or tent.

Day-3

Didna – bedini bugyal or ali bugyal (10 km)
Night stay in tent.

Day-4

Bedini – patharnachni (5 km)
Night stay in tent.

Day-5

patharnachni – bhagwabasa (6 km)
Night stay in tent

Day-6

Roopkund summit (3 km)
Back patharnachni via bhagwabasa Night stay in tent.

Day-7

Patharnachni – lohajung (15 km trek & 15 km by car)
Via warn village & warn to lahajung by car. Night stay in rest house.

Day-8

Lohajung – kathgodam

Valley of Flowers

Region:-Uttarakhand
Duration:-06 Days
Grade:-Easy to Moderate
Max Altitude:-15,696 ft.
Approx trekking Km:-38 kms
 
The valley of flowers changes its colour almost every day as it bloomed with hundreds of different flowers, taking on various shades of colours as time progressed, the valley was declared a national part in 1982 and now it is a world heritage site. It was believed by the locals that the valley of flowers was inhabited by fairies.
The valley is home to many celebrated flowers like the brahmakamal, the blue poppy and the cobra lily. It is a much sought after haunt for flower-lovers, botanists and trekkers.

Discovery of Valley of Flowers.

Valley of flowers was discovered in the year 1931, when frank S, Smythe a British mountaineer along with six other british mountaineers coimbef kamet. A mountain 25,447 feet, situated in garhwal Himalayas. After climn ther descended towards Bhuandar pass. The monsoon had alreaby broken and the day they were crossing the Bhundar pass it was wet, cold and miserable.
Below 16000 feet rain was falling and above that height there was sleet or snow. When the group decended the wind and rain become warmer as they lost height. Dense mist surround the mountain side and they paused, uncertain to the route. Suddenly R.L.Holdsworth a botanist as well as a climbing member of the expedition exclaimed “Look” frank S. Smythe followed the direction of his outstretched hand. At first he could see nothing but rocks, then suddenty his wandering gaze was arrested by a little splash of blue, and beyond it were other splashes of blue, a blue so intense it seemed to light the hillside. (you can see such bluish shade of Valley of Flowers even today especially in July month).

ITINERARY

Day 1:- Haridwar - Joshimath (287 kms/8-9 hrs) 
After an early breakfast drive to Joshimath via Devprayag. On the way visit Dev prayag where Bhagirathi and Alaknanda rivers meet. From here the holy river Ganges started. Arrival at Joshimath by evening, check into the hotel. Dinner & overnight stay. Joshimath: The religious centre, established by Adi Shankaracharya, which he called Jyotirmath, later came to be known as Joshimath. Among the sites of interest are the temples of Nav Durga and Narsingh. Apart from its obvious religious importance, Joshimath is known for its scenic beauty.
Day 2:- Joshimath - Govindghat (26 kms/1 hrs) - Ghangaria (14 kms/3-4 hrs) 
After an early breakfast drive to Govindghat. Which is the starting point of the trek? From Govindghat there is a gradual ascent along a well maintained pilgrim trail to Ghangaria. Upon arrival at Ghangria check into Camp. Explore the surroundings in the evening. Dinner and overnight stay at camp.
Day 3:- Ghangaria - Valley of Flowers - Ghangria (5 kms one side/4-5 hrs) 
After breakfast trek to Valley Of Flowers (3858 m) from Ghangaria. The valley is an enchanting sight with an impressive array of rare wildflowers like Geranium, Marsh marigold, Prinula, Potentilla, Geum, Asters, Lilium, Ranunculus, Corydalis, Inula, Braham kamal, Campanula, Pedicularis, Arisaema, Morina, Impatiens, Bistorta, Ligularia, Anaphalis, Saxifrages, Sibbaldia, Thermo- psis, Trollius, Codonopsis, Dactylorhiza, Cypripedium, Strawberry, Epilobium, Rhododendrons and numerous others. Most of the flowers have medicinal values too. The valley is 10 kms long, 2 kms wide, and is divided by the Pushpawati stream, into which several tiny streams and waterfalls merge. After enjoying the beauty of valley trek back to Ghangaria. Dinner & overnight stay at the camp.
Day 4:- Ghangaria - Hemkund Sahib - Ghangaria (6 kms one side/3-4 hrs) 
After breakfast trek to Hemkund Sahib (4329 m) from Ghangaria. This is quite a steep climb. In the Sikh holy book, The Granth Sahib, the Sikh Guru Gobind Singh recounts that in a previous life, he meditated on the shores of a lake surrounded by seven snowcapped mountains now recognized by Hemkund. Late afternoon trek back to Ghangaria. Dinner & overnight stay at camp.
Day 5:- Ghangaria - Govind Ghat – joshimath (26 km/ 1 hrs)
After breakfast trek down to Govind Ghat and from here drive to Joshimath. Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.
Day 6:- Joshimath – Haridwar (287 km/ 7-8 hrs)

Winter Kuari Pass
Region:-Garhwal, Uttarakhand,
Duration:- 6 Days
Grade:- easy
Altitude:-3700 m.
Approx trekking:- 25 km.
Best Time:- December, January, February, March.

The trek over the Kuari Pass was the route followed by Shipton and Tilman on their way to the Rishi Gorge and by other mountaineers en route to the peaks on the Indo-Tibetan border. It is also called the Curzon Trail, as the famous former Viceroy of India also travelled this route. The trail was named after Lord Curzon who was a keen trekker and it is said that the path was specially improved so that he could do the trek. The crossing of the pass is a fitting conclusion to a trek that takes in three lesser passes and five major rivers - the Pindar, Kaliganga, Mandakini, Bheriganga and the Dhauliganga.
You get truly spectacular views of the Himalayas - Trishul (23,496 ft/7,120 m) o Kedarnath (22,994 ft/6,968 m), Kamet's pyramid of granite (25,595 ft/7,756 m), Nilkanth (21,767 ft/6,596 m), the square-topped summits of Gori Parbat and Hathi Parbat, Badrinath, the icy crest of Dunagiri, Rishikot, Changabang (22,651 ft/6,864 m), Kedarnath and Chowkhamba (23,522 ft/7,128 m) and the legendary twin peaks of Nanda Devi, (25,643 ft/7,740 m), surrounded by an awesome 19,800-foot (6,000 m) wall which forms a sanctuary.

ITINERARY

Day-1

Haridwar – Joshimath (298 km)
Drive to Joshimath via Devprayag, Rudraprayag, Karnprayag and Nandprayag, the most famous confluences of Garhwal Himalayas. Lunch enroute. Arrival at Joshimsth by evening. Upon arrival at Joshimathi check in to Hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at Hotel.

Day-2

Joshimath – Chitrakhana (3310 mts/10857 ft) 15 kms/6-7 hrs
Early in the morning After breakfast drive to Auli one can see the magnificent view of Nanda Devi peak. We will start our trek from Auli. Enroute we will cross the famous Bugyals (meadows) of Gorson and from here we can see the entire range of Nanda Devi sanctuary, along the Rishi Ganga. Dinner and overnight stay in Camps.

Day-3

Chitrakhana – Tail Top
Dinner and overnight stay in tents.

Day-4

Tail Top – Kuari Pass & Back Tail Top
The route is full of thrill. Dinner and overnight stay in tents.

Day-5

Tail Top – Joshimath
That day descend down via Auli Bugyal and night stay in Hotel or rest house.

Day-6

Joshimath – Haridwar
After an early breakfast drive to Haridwar

 

 
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