Moderate Level Treks

Pindari Glacier

Are either fairly easy medium-duration walks or harder, shorter walks. No experience is necessary, but good health and reasonable fitness are important. Some walking at higher altitude and occasional longer/harder days may be involved, but general underfoot conditions will be fair. A walking day is normally five to seven hours and daily ascents will likely be around 500m to 800m, perhaps with the odd day ascending around 900m to 1000m.

Hemis – Nimaling Plateau

Hemis – Nimaling Plateau

Traveling to Leh From Manali / Chandigarh: 2 days Traveling to Leh from Delhi: 3 Days Day 1: Hemis – Shang : Dive by jeep from Leh to and short Continue Reading →
Stok Kangri Base Camp

Stok Kangri Base Camp

Day 01 & 2 : Drive to Leh from Manali. Manali is overnight travel from Delhi by tourist 2X2 bus / by air to Bhunter airport which is 45km. from Continue Reading →
Nanda Devi Base Camp

Nanda Devi Base Camp

This is a trans-Himalayan trek in the heart of Kumaon Himalayas. Nanda Devi of course, needs no introduction. The second highest peak in the Indian Himalayas and touted by many Continue Reading →
Milam Glacier

Milam Glacier

  Day 1: DELHI – HARIDWAR (By A/C Bus/Jeep over night travel to Haridwar) Day 2: HARIDWAR – GWALDHAM – MUNSIYARI (It is a long Journey ) Day 3: Rest Continue Reading →
Sunderdungha Base Camp

Sunderdungha Base Camp

Day 1: Departure from Delhi to Kathgodam – Arrival at Kathgodam at 6.30 am. Boarding A/C coach in night and as soon as we reach Kathgodam- vehicle is ready for Continue Reading →
Kafni Glacier

Kafni Glacier

Day 1 (New Delhi, India): Arrive New Delhi. Meet himadventures representative. Travelling starts from New Delhi to Bageshwar. Overnight in Bageshwar. Bageshwar is situated at the confluence of river Saryu, Continue Reading →
Pindari Glacier

Pindari Glacier

Day 1: Takeover fron airport and shift to hotel. Have rest and if you are reaching in day-you can use evening for visiting central Delhi. Day 2 and 3 : Continue Reading →
Gangotri – Gaumukh – Tapoban

Gangotri – Gaumukh – Tapoban

Day 1: Arrival New Delhi. Meeting upon at IGI – Indira Gandhi International Airport and transfer to hotel. Day 2: Delhi Rishikesh, 230 kms, 6-7 hrs drive, car Morning breakfast, Continue Reading →
Khatling Glacier

Khatling Glacier

DAY 01: DELHI / RISHIKESH Start early morning for Rishikesh from Delhi by surface. Local sightseeing in Rishikesh. Overnight in a hotel. DAY 02: RISHIKESH /GHUTTU Early morning start of Continue Reading →
Roop Kund

Roop Kund

This is very famous trek as human bones are found at Roop Kund which dates back to 14 century pilgrims which were trapped and killed in bad weather. Impressive view Continue Reading →
Outer Nanda Devi Sanctuary-Kuari Pass

Outer Nanda Devi Sanctuary-Kuari Pass

Day 01 – Arrival New Delhi. Meeting upon at IGI – Indira Gandhi International Airport and transfer to hotel. Most International flights lands in night – if somehow, landing is Continue Reading →
Deo Tibba Base Camp

Deo Tibba Base Camp

Deo Tibba trek is pleasant trek that takes us to the grazing pastures of the Gaddi shepherds and the emerald blue waters of the Chandra Taal Lake (4,480 m) with Continue Reading →

Easy Trekking Routes – Indian Himalayas

As word explains, easy trekking route can be done by a 8 year old, this is gradual walk and doesn’t require much of fitness or stamina. Mostly such routes do not ascend steep and are thoroughly enjoyable by new trekkers who are undertaking Himalayan trekking first time.

Dodi Tal -Trekking

Dodi Tal -Trekking

This plan is for budget travelers – We highly recommend that you take travel and altitude gain as easy as possible. Please do let us know about known medical issues, Continue Reading →
Har Ki Dun Valley

Har Ki Dun Valley

Best Time: Mid April to June & Sep to Oct This trekking trip for adventurous nature lovers, keen to explore a remote Himalayan valley, has all the classic attractions: ascending Continue Reading →
Batal- Chandra Taal

Batal- Chandra Taal

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel. Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recommended. Day 02 : Reaching Chandigarh. Hotel Continue Reading →
Manali- Chanderkhani Pass

Manali- Chanderkhani Pass

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel. Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recommended. Day 02: Reaching Chandigarh. Hotel stay. Continue Reading →
Sar Pass – Kullu Valley

Sar Pass – Kullu Valley

Himachal Pradesh is richly endowed with diverse attractions for all kinds of adventure sports in addition to picturesque scenic spots. Breathtakingly enchanting trekking areas are spread over Dhauladhar and Pir Continue Reading →
Triund and Trek to Llaka Glacier

Triund and Trek to Llaka Glacier

Day 01 : Mcleodganj to Triund,2800 mtrs, 9 kms gradual trek. The trek offer panoramic views Bhagsu village, Mcleodganj, Dharamsala valley and distant views of Shivalik hills and plains of Continue Reading →
Macleod Ganj to Chamba over Indrahar Pass

Macleod Ganj to Chamba over Indrahar Pass

Day 1 : Mcleodganj (1770m) to Truind (2800m): 9km, approx: 4hours Mcleodganj to Triund, gradual trek. The trek offers you panoramic views of Bhagsu village, Mcleodganj, Dharamsala, Kangra valley and Continue Reading →
Manali – Hamta Pass

Manali – Hamta Pass

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel OR Travel for Chandigarh. This is aprox 300 kms. of journey- Overnight in hotel. { Most Continue Reading →
Beas Kund

Beas Kund

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel OR Travel for Chandigarh. This is approx 300 kms. of journey- Overnight in hotel. { Most Continue Reading →

Panchachuli Glacier (“E” Face)

Panchachuli Base Camp

Ensconced by the river Dhauli Ganga, Sobla is the entry points of the Darma valley. In Sobla the trekkers put on their rucksacks and get ready for the vigorous journey ahead. Here onwords, it’s a 35-40 km trek that passes through Dar, Bungling, Sela, Nagling, Baaling, and Duktu/Dantu village in the darma valley before reaching Panchachuli Glacier. On the final lap at village Duktu/Dantu one gets the majestic spectacle of Panchachuli that derives its name from the five peaks, named after the legendary Pandavas. The 5 kms length and width of glaciers project out from this range of hill. Atrek of about 4 kms from village Duktu/Dantu leads to the base of the glacier.

The glacier is seen from Duktu/Dantu villages as well as from the starting point of Yuli river situated 4 kms away in the base of Panchachuli. The five peaks of Panchachuli create the unforgettable specter of Him Khand, Yuli river skirted by the jungle of Devdaar and Bhoj Patra trees and vast meadows.

Ex. Dharchula (Duration 7 Days)

Day 1: 35 kms by bus, 5 kms by Trek, Dharchula – Dar (N/H)

Day 2: 12 kms by trek – Dar-Sela (N/H)

Day 3: 11 kms by trek – Sela-Baaling (N/H)

Day 4: 6 kms by trek Baaling – Duktu/Dantu (N/H)

Day 5: 19 kms by trek Duktu/Dantu – Panchachuli – Duktu/Dantu – Nagling (N/H)

Day 6: 12 kms by trek Nagling Bungling (N/H)

Day 7: 5 kms by trek, 35 kms by bus Bungling

Ex. Delhi (Duration 9 nights 10 days)

Delhi – Almora – Dharchula – Panchachuli – Dharchula – Lohaghat – Delhi.

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Nanda Devi Base Camp

Nanda Devi Base Camp

This is a trans-Himalayan trek in the heart of Kumaon Himalayas. Nanda Devi of course, needs no introduction. The second highest peak in the Indian Himalayas and touted by many as one of the most beautiful peaks in the world. The trek is through the Jauher valley the centre of ancient Indo Tibetan trade route. Once upon a time this was one of the most important commercial centre with a throbbing civilization influenced by the Tibetan culture in so many ways.
At 2290m Munsiyari is on the arterial water body of the Goriganga, which emerges from the Milam glacier system of the eastern flanks of the Nandadevi sanctuary, fed also by the Kalaband glacier and Panchchuli from the east. The Jauher valley is on the outer rim of the Nanda devi sanctuary. Apart from the spectacular views of the famous peaks such as the Nanda devi and Nanda kot, the trek is along the river Gori Ganga through ancient villages and rolling grassy meadows.

The Martoli village, one of the centres of the Jauher valley, represents the ruins of the history of the Indo – Tibetan trade. Once a big village, one can clearly see in the ruins stories of a mighty commercial centre Martoli was long time back in the heart of Himalayas.

Day 0: Departure from old Delhi Railway station for Kathgodam (the railhead) for an overnight journey. This day we travel for Almora for obtaining Inner Line Permit for entering in Nanda Devi Region. Night Stay at Almora.

Day 1: ALMORA – MUNSIYARI by jeep. The first day’s drive is through the pleasant Kumaon countryside including the Almora Township. Our destination Chaukori is famous for the tea gardens and splendid views of the snow covered Himalayas. A good halt for acclimatization. Overnight in tourist guest house.

Day 2: MUNSIYARI-LILAM A fairly easy walk brings us to Lilam the winter home of the Milam villagers. Most of the residents have become permanent though a few houses continue the tradition of migration to Milam during the summer months. Overnight in tents/village

DAY3: REST DAY ADVISED

Day 4: LILAM – BOGUDIYAR (1850m) 12 km trek In the thick forest of Utees trees, the Ralam rivulet meets the Gori Ganga. After a steep uphill climb one reaches Bogudiyar where the Poting River meets the Gori Ganga. Overnight in tents.

Day 4: BOGUDIYAR – RILKOT (3200m) 12 km trek This is truly the Trans-Himalayan region. En route one can divert to the Laspa village and further to northern glacier of Nanda Kot. Rilkot village is situated above the river and one can visit the ruins of old Rilkot. Overnight can be in a camp set up near the river.

Day 5: RILKOT – GHANGAR (3319 m) 13 km trek One gets the view of the Martoli peak soon after Rilkot and the valley really opens out into the typical trans-Himalayan terrain. The walk through the sunny meadows is very enticing to the ancient village of Ghangar. Here we are entering into the Pachu valley which leads upto the Nanda devi base camp. Ghangar village is also exciting in terms of the typical Jauhar houses with woodcarvings and an ancient temple.

Day 6: GHANGAR – PACHU GLACIER (3880 m) 7 km trek The climb is rather strenuous from Ghangar. And the 7 km would take approximately 5 hours. The view just keeps getting better with Nanda devi looming closer with each step. The rolling High altitude rhododendron with the pink and white flowers and the fresh green birch forests make the trek an ultimate experience. We reach an open alpine meadow with varied flora and at the head of the Pachu Glacier emanating from the northern face of Nanda Devi. Overnight in the tents.

Day 7: EXPLORING THE BASE CAMP We spend the day walking up along the glacier towards the peaks and get real close up views of Nanda devi. Overnight in tents.

DAY 8: REST DAY ADVISED
Day 9: PACHU GLACIER – MARTOLI 17 km trek. Today we trek mostly downhill only the last bit is up. Martoli is one the very important destinations from the ancient Indo-Tibetan trade route. The exquisite wood carvings on old houses speak stories about how this was the commercial center once upon a time. From Martoli you also get fascinating views of the Nanda devi (East) and Nanda kot. Overnight at a village house.

Day 10: MARTOLI – RARGARI 18 km trek. Again we return towards Munsyari Fairly easy downhill. Overnight in huts.

Day 11: RARGARI – MUNSIYARI 14 km trek – CHAUKORI 98 km by jeep. Back to our roadhead. We stay overnight at the guesthouse /tents.

Day 12: CHAUKORI – KATHGODAM 198 km by jeep Drive back starting early from Chaukori to reach Kathgodam by the evening to catch the overnight train to Delhi from Kathgodam in the evening. Arrive in Delhi early morning the next day.

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Milam Glacier

Milam Glacier Trek

 

Day 1: DELHI – HARIDWAR (By A/C Bus/Jeep over night travel to Haridwar)

Day 2: HARIDWAR – GWALDHAM – MUNSIYARI (It is a long Journey )

Day 3: Rest Day at MUNSIYARI. Overnight in Tents.

Day 4: MUNSIYARI – LILAM. Munsyari 2290m is very famous as Kailash Mansrover trek also goes through this place. By the time these lines were being written road for Lilam was being constructed. The 12 km steady descent trek to LILAM. Overnight in Tents.

Day 5: LILAM – BUGDYAR. Gradual ascending and some ups and downs through scenic meadows and shepherd pasture. Steep ascending to reach Lilam Ridge 2850m. Overnight in Tents.

Day 6: BUGDYAR – MARTOLI. Gradual ascending via village Railkot 3100m. Martoli has very old history as people used to trade with Tibet in old times. But now a deserted village which is slowly coming forward to house a few due to trekkers and climbers who likes to spend weeks, months here. A high plateau of grassy fields situated at 3430m. Distance covered is 14 km. Overnight in Tents.

Day 7: MARTOLI – MILAM VILLAGE. Milam used to be a village of Rajputs who some from Rajasthan and they do not like to be called Bhotias or Tibetans. Although they had been trading animals and dairy products, many house hold items with Tibet upto 1962.. Overnight in Tents.

Day 8: MILAM VILLAGE – MILAM GLACIER. This short and easy trail is full of scenic view and spectacular vision of high Himalayan Ranges and peaks. Spend the day at Glacier return to Milam Village & night stay

Day 9: MILAM VILLAGE – MARTOLI . Overnight in Tents.

Day 10: MARTOLI – LILAM. Overnight in Tents.

Day 11: LILAM – MUNSIYARI – BAGESHWAR . Overnight in Hotel.

Day 12: BAGESHWAR – HARIDWAR. Overnight in Hotel.

Day 13: HARIDWAR – DELHI.

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Sunderdungha Base Camp

Sunderdungha Base Camp

Day 1: Departure from Delhi to Kathgodam – Arrival at Kathgodam at 6.30 am. Boarding A/C coach in night and as soon as we reach Kathgodam- vehicle is ready for travelling for SONG.

Day 2: Song- Dhakuri (2621m) 10 Kms trek to Dhakuri (2680 m). Dinner & overnight stay in camps.

Day 3: Dhakuri – Khati- Jatoli 15kms/8hr From Dhakuri one has to go to village Jatoli, which is 7 Kms away from Khati. From Khati follow pinder river upto Warbham – the meeting place of Pinder River and Sunderdhunga stream. Now along Sunderdhunga stream, reach Jaitoli crossing boulders ascent for night halt. Dinner & overnight stay in camps.

Day 4: Jatoli- Dhungiya Dhaun 8kms/5hr From Jatoli (2000 m) upto Dhungiya Dhaun(2700 m), about 8 Kms is a tough trek. Follow along Sunderdhunga stream upto Dhingiyadhung for night halt. Dinner & overnight stay in camps.

Day 5: Dhungiyadhung – Kathliya 6kms/4hr Dinner & overnight stay in camps
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Day 6: Kathalia-Sukhram Cave (3900 m) 7kms/5hr Dinner & overnight stay in camps.

Day 7: Sukhram Cave -Maikoli (4320 m) 7kms/5hr Dinner & overnight stay in camps.

Day 8: Maikoli – Sunderdunga 4hr each side Strenuous downhill trek along Maiktoli stream to Sunderdhunga and back to Maiktoli. Dinner & overnight stay in camps.

Day 9: Maikoli – Kathalia 14kms/7hr Dinner & overnight stay in camps.

Day 10: Kathalia – Jatoli 15kms/7hr Dinner & overnight stay in camps.

Day 11: Jatoli – Dhakuri 15kms/7hr Dinner & overnight stay in camps.

Day 12: Dhakuri – SONG- 10 Kms Trek ( 5Hr) down to Song.

Day 13: Song to Kathgodam – travel by jeep. Boarding evening train for DELHI.

Climbing Itinerary: Same upto Base Camp + add 4 days for climb including spare day ( 15 days plan )

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Kafni Glacier

Kafni Glacier

Day 1 (New Delhi, India):
Arrive New Delhi. Meet himadventures representative. Travelling starts from New Delhi to Bageshwar. Overnight in Bageshwar. Bageshwar is situated at the confluence of river Saryu, Gomati and the latent Bhagirathi.

Day 2 (Bageshwar – Song – Loharkhet):
On second day of Kafni Glacier Trek, we move to Loharkhet, a small hamlet on the banks of river Saryu. Overnight in Loharkhet.

Day 3 (Loharkhet – Khati, 2210 M):
From Khati one can view the peaks. Legend has it that the villagers of Khati are the direct descendants of those who had shelered the Pandavas, during their Vanvasa. These poeple are known for their warmth, simplicity and hospitality indeed a trademark of the Kumaon hills not yet corrupted by the commercialisation of tourism. Khati is the biggest village enroute Pindari. The trek to Khati descends down to Umla Village (4 kms). Khati village lies at the confluence of Pindari and Sundardhunga Rivers. Overnight in tents.

Day 4 (Khati – Phurkia, 3260 M):
Now we reach Phurkia, where the trees gives way to alpine pastures and shepherds can be seen guiding their large flock across grazy uplands. The mountain greenery is at its best here. Overnight stay at Phurkia. Overnight in tents.

Day 5 (Phurkia – Zero Point – Dwali, 2575 M):
On day 5 of Kafni Glacier Trek, we do an 18 kms trek. From Zero point, we see the view of Pindari Glacier. The Pindari Glacier measures 3 kms in length and 0.25 kms in breadth. It owes its existence to the vast quantities of snow precipitated from Nanda Devi and other lofty summits of the greater Himalayan range. It takes its name from the Pindar River, which originates in the trails pass above the glacier. Overnight stay in Dwali.

Day 6 (Dwali – Kafni – Dwali):
A 24 kms trek. The Kafni glacier lies left of the Pindar valley and the Nandakot. The main Himalayan summits visible from Kafni are Nandakot (6806 M) and Nanda Bhanar (6104 M) Return to Dwali. Overnight stay at Dwali. Overnight in Dwali.

Day 7 (Dwali – Dhakuri, 2690 M):
A 19 kms trek. Dhakuri-Binjak ridge offers a view of the snow-clad Nandakot summit (6806 mts) to the east of Maktoli (6804 mts) to the west. Overnight stay in Dhakuri.

Day 8 (Dhahuri – Bageshwar):
A 16 km. trek to Song and 40 km. by bus to Bageshwar. Overnight stay in Bageshwar.

Day 9 (Bageshwar -Kathgodam/ New Delhi):
Drive from Bageshwar to Kathgodam for train travel to Delhi. Kafni Glacier Trek concludes.

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Pindari Glacier

Pindari GlacierDay 1: Takeover fron airport and shift to hotel. Have rest and if you are reaching in day-you can use evening for visiting central Delhi.

Day 2 and 3 : Delh to Kathgodam – travel to SONG.
We depart by air conditioned coach of RANIKHET EXPRESS which reaches early morning at KATHGODAM. Our jeep is ready to take us further deep into mountains. We reach LOHARKHET (1750 M /5775 FT)

Day 4: LOHARKHET – DHAKURI (2680 M / 8844 FT)
It is an 11 km trek today that takes you down into the depths of the valley and then a fair climb to Dhakuri. Overnight is tents / resthouse.

Day 5: DHAKURI – KHATI (2210 M / 7293 FT)
This is an 8 km trek; Khati is the largest village on this route and is on the banks of the Pinder Ganga. The people here are extremely hospitable and legend has it that they are the descendents of the race who provided shelter to the Pandavas during their exile. Overnight in Tents / Village huts.

Day 6: KHATI – DWALI (2575 M/8498 FT)
The trekking distance today is 11 km (5-6 hrs) with the roar of the Pinder Ganga not too far off. Along the way there are many a waterfalls and log bridges to be crossed. Overnight in tents / resthouse.

Day 7: DWALI – PHURKIA (3206 M/14300 FT)
A short 5 km trek takes you to Phurkia. The barren icy peaks seem to be your only companions for the day. Overnight in tent / resthouse

Day 8: PHURKIA – PINDARI GLACIER (3900 M/12870 FT)
Today is an early start as it is a 7 km trek each way. Touch zero point from where the Pindari glacier can be viewed in all its magnificence. The pinder valley is also prominent with its patches of lush greenery over the stark white landscape. Return to Phurkia.

Day 9: PURKHIA – DWALI
Its time to go back and the 5 km trek will take about 3 hrs. Overnight in tents / resthouse.

Day 10: DWALI – KHATI
Today’s 11 km trek will take 4-5 hrs. Exploring Khati is a good idea as it has some beautiful sights to offer. Overnight in tents / resthouse.

Day 11: KHATI – DHAKURI
The trips coming to an end. 8 km of trek (3-4 hrs).

Day 12: DHAKURI – LOHARKHET- SONG –
Trek all the way to song today 13 km, The trek has come to an end.

Day 13: SONG to Kathgodam – TRAVEL BY JEEP. We reach early morning at DELHI.

Day 14 : Delhi/Departure
Have rest and planning of departure for airport time to catch flight.

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Gangotri- Badrinath – Kalindi Khal

kalindikhal

This is high altitude trek and requires some experience of trekking in himalayas. You will be provided ( using ) mountaineering equipment like ice axe, climbing shoes, ropes, zhumars, carabiners, harnesses. We will be equipped with wireless sets and life saving medicines -while we are with you.

NOTE: You are required to book well in advance for us to complete necessary paper work required for this trail. If permit required by state Govt.-we will arrange for the same and no extra charges will be levied upon you.

Day 01: Arrival New Delhi.
Meeting upon at IGI – Indhira Gandhi International Airport and transfer to hotel.

Day 02: Delhi Rishikesh, 230 kms, 6-7 hrs drive, car
Morning breakfast, afterwards drive to Rishikesh 6 hrs approx.. Rishikesh the most famous meditation and spritual center. Situated on the banks of river Ganges. Surrounded by Shivalik range of lower Himalayas on three side. Also its the starting point of all four sacred shrines. Check into hotel evening visit surrounding of RishiKesh : Laxman Jula and Ashrams. Overnight hotel.

Day 03 : Rishikesh – Uttarkashi 148 kms, 7 hrs.
Morning after breakfast drive to Uttarkashi (1885 M) by covering approx 148 kms in 7 hrs. The road climbs up steadily to Srinagar and then onwards steeply. Overnight stay in Hotel.

Day 04 : Uttarkashi – Gangotri , 101 kms, 5 hrs.. Morning after breakfast drive to reach Gangotri (4038 M) by covering approx. 101 kms in 5 hrs. En-route visit the Gangotri hot springs. There is a beautiful Gorge at Bhairav Ghati. Overnight stay at Tourist Bungalow.

Day 05: GANGOTRI (3050 m) :
With its famous Goddess GANGA , temple at Gangotri only inhabits during summer time. A boulde mark the spot where King Bhagirathi beseeched the goddess to descent to Earth. Temple dedicated to Ganga rises above the river. we explore around Gangotri.

Day 06: Gangotri Bhujbasa ( 3658m ),14 kms trek, 5 hrs.
Today we start the 2nd part of our trek to the source of Ganges. And follow a well defined trail of this pilgrimage route to Gangotri glacier. Enroute we stop for lunch at Chirbasa was once a heavily forested area of Chir tree. Later continue trek Bhujbasa following the river Bhagirathi. Now we cross on a loose boulder a descent to Bhujbasa which named after a Bhuj tree. Enroute a magnificient view of Shivling and Meru peak. Overnight stay in camp.

Day 07: Bhujbasa Gaumukh (3900 m) Tapovan ( 4,463 m ) ,12 kms Trek. 4-5 hrs.
Today a fascinating day of trek to Gaumukh the source of river Ganges. After Rajghat we will have the glimpse of Bhagirathi massif rising above 6500 mtrs. While the scene around is fascinating to see a Sadhu meditating half naked , pilgrims praying all around. Arrive at Gaumukh (cow mouth ) than cross the Gangotri glacier , climbing steadly arrive a meadows at Tapovan.Tapovan an open grassland and base camp of Mount Shivaling (6450m), Meru (6660m) and Gaumukh peaks . Overnight camp at Tapovan.

Day 08: Tapovan – Nandan Van (4500 m), 10 kms Trek.
After breakfast, ascent towards Nandan Van along the left side of Gangotri glacier. The trek is little steep and challanging. Overnight camp.

Day 09: Nandanvan -Vasukital
Today we trek along Chaturangi Glacier to Vasukital (4898 MT) 3-4 hours. The trek is steady upward. Overnight stay in camp situated by the side of the small lake.

Day 10: Vasukital – Khara Pathar ( 5456 mtrs ) , 4-5 hrs.
Today after breakfast we start trek to Khara Pathar (5456 mtrs) which is named after sheer rock face of the slope. 4-5 hours from Vasukital. Overnight stay in the camp.

Day 11: Khara Pathar – Kalindikhal Base
An exhausting days of trek 10 Km to Kalindikhal Base -Sweta Glacier- (5500 mt). Enroute a view of Satopanth (7075 mtrs), Chandra (6739 mtrs) and other groups. A good view of Chandra Parvat . Overnight stay in the camp.

Day 12: Kalindikhal Base Kalindi pass (5947 mtrs) – Rajparav 5/6 hrs.
Trek to Rajparav (4910 mt) in 5-6 hours spending some time at the Kalindi Pass (5947 mt). Cross the icefall and than climb the Kalindi slopes and finally descend . Overnight stay in the camp.

Day 13: Rajparav – Arwatal
Trek to Arwatal (3910 mt) 13 km 5-6 hours . Overnight stay in the camp.

Day 14: Arwatal -Gastoli
Trek to Ghastoli (3796 km), 16 Km in 6-7 hours . On the way there is a ITBP (Indo Tibetan Border Police) check point existed for inner line permission check post Overnight stay in the camp.

Day 15: Ghastoli – Mana Badrinath (3133m ), trek 5-6 hrs.
Trek to Mana village 14 Km in 5-6 hours on a good pony trail. drive 2 Km to reach Badrinath. Overnight stay in the Hotel. Badrinath is one of the four secred shrine (char Dham ) of Hindu, situated at 3133 mtrs. Nar and Narayan mountains are on both sides with Neel Kanth peak providing a splendid back drop. Facing the back of temple by Alaknanda river. Where there is a hot water spring known as TaptKund. Badri Van forest of berries was once carpeted with wild berries. Badrinath temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu , the temple of Badrinath ji built in a 15 mtrs height in a form of cone. Overnight stay at hotel or camp.

Day 16: Badrinath Joshimath.
Visit the holy shrine of Badrinath and drive down to reach Joshimath 44 Km from Badrinath. Overnight stay in the Hotel. Visit Adi guru Shankracharaya temple, Narsimha temple. Visiting these places a trip to Auli (winter sports centre and hill station of Kumoun region. There is a lift way car at Auli. Overnight stay at hotel in Auli.

Day 17: Joshimath – Rishikesh
Today drive through Nandprayag, Karanprayag, Rudraprayag, Devprayag to reach Rishikesh 253 km . Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 18: Rishikesh Delhi. Morning after breakfast drive to Delhi by covering 230 km. 6/7 hrs. Check in hotel for overnight stay.

Day 19: Fly back to home town. transfer to the IGI Airport to board the flight for onwards journey.

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Gangotri – Gaumukh – Tapoban

Tapoban

Day 1: Arrival New Delhi.
Meeting upon at IGI – Indira Gandhi International Airport and transfer to hotel.

Day 2: Delhi Rishikesh, 230 kms, 6-7 hrs drive, car
Morning breakfast, afterwards drive to Rishikesh 6 hrs approx.. Rishikesh the most famous meditation and spiritual centre. Situated on the banks of river Ganges. Surrounded by Shivalik range of lower Himalayas on three side. Also its the starting point of all four sacred shrines. Check into hotel evening visit surrounding of RishiKesh : Laxman Jula and Ashrams. Overnight hotel.

Day 3 : Reaching Gangotri from Haridwar

Option: if Travelling from Delhi-night stay at Haridwar is recommended.

Day 4 : Gangotri- Bhojbasa : Walking Time 6-7 hrs. > Gangotri 3050m is very important religious place and Hindus from al over the world comes here for pilgrimage. Trail is plain and easy walk to Bhojbasa 3790m.

Day 5 : Bhojbasa-Gaumukh: Walking Time 2 hrs.> Origin of sacred river Ganges which has great importance in lives of Hindu masses. One can come back to Bhojbasa and next day return to Gangotri but people who are headed for Tapoban can either keep walking to tapoban or can make a camp w.e.f availability of water source beyond Gaumukh.

Day 6 : Gaumukh-Tapoban: Walking Time 5 hrs.> Gradual ascending of terminal moraine, Tapoban 4450m is very scenic spot in footsteps of Bhagirathi peaks.

Day 7 : Stay At Tapoban

Day 8: Return Back : Come back though same route to Bhojbasa.

Day 9&10: Back to Gangotri & travel to Haridwar.

Day 11: Travel to Delhi.

OPTIONS: You can further go deep in valley from TAPOBAN. NANDANVAN is also good option to visit from TAPOBAN.

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Dodi Tal -Trekking

Dodi Tal
This plan is for budget travelers – We highly recommend that you take travel and altitude gain as easy as possible. Please do let us know about known medical issues, before you sign up. Health care in remote mountains is almost negligible.
Day 1: Delhi – Takeover from Airport and shift to hotel. Most international flights lands in night.
Suggestive: Stay one day in Delhi – to rest, relax and get to know the country.

Day 2: Traveling to HARIDWAR – We start after breakfast and through moderate DELHI traffic -it may take 6 hrs to reach HARIDWAR. In evening-we visit SWARG ASHRAM on banks of sacred river GANGES. Haridwar and Rishikesh are twin cities – they shot into international fame when Beatles landed up here for meditation and experimenting with Indian classical music. They did take lessons in Indian instruments like “Tabla” [ Percussions ] and Sitar [ String Instrument]
Situated on banks of Ganges, this is India’s Meditation and Yoga center. We board hotel, according to package.
Suggestive: Travelers who are on shoe string budget – those groups can meet us here and Haridwar would be the starting point.  Please check DISCOUNTED OFFERS for shoe string budget travelers.

Day 3: Traveling from Haridwar – Uttarkashi ( 1158 m ) This whole route is religious pilgrimage route since centuries – and some temples and ashrams are very old.  Do spend some time in evening on riverside.

TRAVEL MAP – DELHI TO UTTARKASHI

Day 4: Uttarkashi-Agoda – Walking Time 2-3 hrs.
Agoda is a village on the way to Dodi Tal. Its located 7km from Sangam Chatti on the way to Dodi Tal.

Day 5: Agoda-Dodi Tal – Walking Time 6 hrs. May meet trekkers from all over the world, walking through gujjar [ Shepherd ] encampment to Dodi tal 3310m. Do not try to do fishing.

TREKKING ROUTE FROM UTTARKASHI – AGODA – DODITAL

 Day 6: Dodi Tal-Seema – Walking Time 6-7 hrs. Crossing Darwa Pass 4150m and from here you can see mind boggling view of Swargarohini Range. Gradual descending to Seema 3450m.

Day 7: Seema-Hanuman Chatti – Walking Time 4 hrs Gradual walk.

Day 8 :Hanuman Chatti – Travel to Haridwar.

Day 9: Delhi – Travel back to Delhi.

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Har Ki Dun Valley

Har Ki Dun Valley

Best Time: Mid April to June & Sep to Oct

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.

Day 01: Delhi
Arrival in New Delhi, reception upon at Indira Gandhi International airport New Delhi. Transfer to hotel. Overnight: Hotel

Day 02: Delhi – Dehardun by Train – drive Mussourie 2001 mtrs Today after breakfast an early departure to railway station to catch the Shatabdi train to Dehradun (capital of Uttranchal state). Arrive dehradun & 34 Km drive to Mussourie. Mussourie is situated in between Shiwalik ranges in the Himalayan foothills. Which presents a spectacular and snow-clad peaks of Western- Garhwal Himalaya also Doon valley below. Overnight: Hotel

Day 03: Mussoorie: Acclimatization Free day in Mussoorie, visit Mall road: A long promenade, visit Gun Hill by ropeway to have a panoramic view of Himalayan massif of Western Garhwal regions and walk along the ridge. There is also a Tibetan settlement in Mussoorie with Tibetan Market. Overnight: Hotel

Day 04: Mussoorie – Sankari – Taluka (160 km 7/8 hrs drive) Today we drive from Mussourie to Sankari, which is our starting point of trek. The route from Mussourie goes down to Yamuna bridge at Yamuna river and further to Natwar at Ton valley. Natwar which is an entrance of The Govind Wildlife Sanctuary. It is located in Purola tehsil of Uttarakashi district of Garhwal. Natwar, the entrance and starting point of the sanctuary, at a distance of 200 km from Dehradun. This wildlife sanctuary has a large number of mammal species: Snow leopard, Black bear, Brown bear, Musk deer, Bharal, Himalayan Thar. The endangered birds are Monal pheasant, Koklas pheasant, Western Tragopan, Himalayan Snow cock, Golden eagle, Bearded vulture, cuckoos, owls & bulbuls etc. Although there is a jeep road completed to the village of Taluka (elevation 1900 m.) we drive to a point just past Sankri and spend the late afternoon walking the last 8-10 km. to stretch our legs after the drive and to break in our hiking boots! We camp near Taluka amid the wild roses and the deodar trees. Overnight: Tent

Day 05: Taluka – Osla (2559 mtrs.) Trek 13 km, 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. The route is dotted with tea – shops and local Dhabas. Osla has very dense forests of Walnut, Chestnut, Willows and Chinars. Enroute visit the Ghangore Vilalge & local temple.There are fairly 42 well populated village in the area of sanctuary, some are at height of 2900 mtrs. The people are living a primitive life and still in many ways depend of forest for many of their basic needs. The villagers worship the Kauravas and Duryodhana of Mahabharata is the main deity. The temples have beautiful wood carvings.
Overnight: Tent

Day 06: Osla – Har Ki dun (3506mtrs) trek 14 km, 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. Little steams crosses our path. As the trail climbs gradually through lush green terraced mountain fields and spotted with varied wild flowers. Har Ki dun has a back drop of snowy mountain peaks. 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. It is one of the most picturesque spot in the Garhwal Hills. That’s why it’s called DEV BHOOMI (valley of Gods). Overnight: Tent

Day 07: Har Ki Dun – Borasu Pass – Har Ki dun 6 km
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. We wind our way high above the valley to pass and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Later afternoon we retrace down to campsite. Overnight: Tent

Day 08: Hari-ki-Dun – Dev Sach (14 km, 5/6 hrs)
From Hari-ki-dun we go back down the trail but then take the route to Dev Sach (elevation 3000m), a large meadow where local Gujar shepherds graze their buffalo. Overnight: Tent

Day 09: Dev Sach – Ruinsara Lake (12 Km, 5 hrs)
From Dev Sach we walk towards to Ruinsara Lake. The trail takes us through mixed forest and meadows of flowers as well as some beautiful waterfalls. It is a delightful walk through the pine, fir, and juniper to the Lake, considered sacred by the local villagers. Surrounded by rhododendrons and shadowed by the impressive Swargarohini range, it is a perfect picnic spot.
Overnight: Tent

Day 10: Ruinsara Lake – Foot of Bali pass (8 km, 4/5 hrs)
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: Tent

Day 11: Foot of Bali pass – Bali pass (4800 mtrs) – Yamunotri (3165 mtrs) 9 km, 4/5 hrs
An early morning start trek for an exciting day for crossing the pass. Bali pass is about 4800m, and it is not a glaciated pass. However, it is a rocky. A pass between the Tons valley and the Yamunotri valleys. From pass a magnificient view of Swargarohini peak and below Ruinsara Gad. The route descends through open meadows and later through forests to lead near Yamunotri shrine. After crossing pass the trail is generally downhill to Yamunotri. The source of the river Yamuna. One of the four Dhams Shrines of Hindu pilgrims is dominated by Bander punch (6361 mtrs.). Yamuna is also the daughter of Surya the Sun. According to legend the temple must be built every few years. There is a hot spring at Yamunotri in which pilgrims immerse potatoes and rice in a piece of cloth. The meal, which takes only a few minutes to cook is then offered to the deity & later distributed as Prasad.
Overnight: Tent

Day 12: Yamunotri – Janki chatti (2575 mtrs) – Hanuman Chatti (2400 mtrs): 14 kms. 6/7 hrs trek. Today after Yamunotri trek along Yamuna river fairly downhill to Janki Chatti than further to Hanuman Chatti. Hanuman Chatti is the last motor point before heading to Rishikesh. It’s also a confluence of two holy river Yamuna and Hanuman Ganga.
Overnight: Tent

Day 13: Hanuman chatti – Rishikesh Today we drive to Rishikesh. Evening free. Overnight: Hotel

Day 14: Rishikesh – Delhi Morning free to visit Temples and Ashrams. Late afternoon transfer to haridwar railway station to catch the Shatabdi train to Delhi. On arrival Delhi, transfer to Hotel.
Overnight: Hotel

Day 15: Delhi Departure
Transfer to International Airport.

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Khatling Glacier

Khatling Glacier

DAY 01: DELHI / RISHIKESH
Start early morning for Rishikesh from Delhi by surface. Local sightseeing in Rishikesh. Overnight in a hotel.

DAY 02: RISHIKESH /GHUTTU
Early morning start of Ghuttu by surface about 9 hours. Overnight in camp.

DAY 03: GHUTTU / GANGI
From Ghuttu the trek begins. The trail initially cuts through terraced first to Deolang village. From there it’s an easy 1.30 hours climb through the forest to Reeh Channi village and a step climb for an hour to Buranschauri. From Buranschuari its a two hour climb to Gangi village at 2585 mts.
Trek time : 5 hours.

DAY 04: GANGI / KHARSALI 3110 mts.
The trail drops initially for an hour to Deokhri Channi, another winter settlement for the villagers from Gangi. From there its half an hour through the forest to where the trail forks, just beyond the Kalyani stream. The left trail leads to Sahastratal lake 4872 mts. which the trail to Khatling continues straight an open area known locally as Birodh. Legend has it that this place was either the site of the old Gangi village or a meeting place for all the Bhilong villagers. 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.
Trek time : 5 hours.

DAY 05: KHARSALI / BHEDIKHARG 3700 mts.
Cross the bridge over the Kharsali stream and continue further along the forest track to Bhelbagi. Trail follows the river for about two Km. then rises steeply through thick bush passing Bhumkodaar cave to the left of the trail. A further 2 to 3 km. of climbing brings you to Tamakund cave in an area known for its Wild flowers. From there it is just an hour walk to another good camping ground at Bhedikharg.
Trek time : 6 hours.

DAY 06: AROUND KHATLING GLACIER
is 11 km. beyond Bhedikharg and it takes a full day to get to the glacier and back. There are a number of spectacular hanging glacier above the main glacial floor and good view of the peaks.

DAY 07: BHEDIKLANG/GANGI
Retrace steeps to Gangi.

Day 08: GANGI/GHUTTU
Retrace steeps to Ghuttu.

Day 09: GHUTTU/DEHRADUN
Start ealy morning for Dehradun. Overnight in a hotel

Day 10: DEHRADUN/DELHI
Early morning start by car for Delhi Tour ends here.

Kedar Tal

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A ten days trip which involves drive to Gangotri , the ancient source of the holy river Ganga and trek to the finest high altitude Himalayan lake, Kedar tal (4912 mts) punctuated with breath stopping close view of Greater Himalayan peaks e.g. Thaleysagar (6904 mts), Brigupanth (6772 mts) and Jogin Group of peaks. The emerald lake with melting snow of Kedar glacier originates kedarganga, a tributary of Bhagirathi, considered as lord Shiva,’s contribution to Bhagirathi. One can encounter a good variety of high altitude fauna e.g. Bharal (blue sheep), Goral, Himalayan black bear with a great variety of birds. The trek is bit strenuous, but the rewards are very high.

DAY 01 ARRIVE RISHIKESH . OVERNIGHT HOTEL

DAY 02. RISHIKESH / UTTARKASHI DRIVE 5-6 HRS OVERNIGHT: TOURIST BUNGLOW
Early morning after breakfast drive to Uttarkashi. Situated on the bank of roaring Bhagirathi, this town is famous for its institute of mountaineering. The drive to Uttarkashi is beautiful and along the Bhagirathi river. Arrive Uttarkashi and transfer to tourist bungalow for meals and overnight stay.

DAY 03. UTTARKASHI / GANGOTRI DRIVE : 5-6 HRS OVERNIGHT : TOURIST BUNGALOW
Morning after breakfast drive to Gangotri. Lunch en route at Gangotri, with a hot refreshing bath in hot spring. Arrive Gangotri and transfer to tourist bungalow for meals and overnight stay.

DAY 04. GANGOTRI / BHOJ KHARAK TREK: 5-6 HRS OVERNIGHT : CAMP Morning after breakfast trek to Bhoj Kharak. The steep ascent to Bhoj Kharak starts as we leave the camp. After an hour climb we travers kedar gorge to reach Bhoj kharak. The entire trek is along Kedar Ganga , through fir (cedus ) and Bhoj (birch) trees. The bark of birch was used as paper for ancient manuscript in Inida. Arrive Bhoj Kharak and camp. Meals and overnight camp.

DAY 05. BHOJ KHARAK/ KEDAR KHARAK TREK: 4-5 HRS OVERNIGHT: CAMP
Today we leave the tree line and trek through a long meadow with Bhrigupanth peak in backdrop. Arrive and camp near the gushing stream in the meadow. Meals and overnight camp.

DAY 06. KEDAR KHARAK/ KEDARTAL TREK: 4-5 HRS. OVERNIGHT: CAMP
Today the trek is very steep and through boulders and stones. After 3-4 hrs walking on difficult terrain we reach Kedartal . Arrive and camp. Enjoy an excellent sunset on Thaleysagar peak with its reflection in the lake. Meals and overnight camp.

DAY 07. KEDARTAL / BHOJ KHARAK TREK:: 4-5 HRS. OVERNIGHT: CAMP
Early morning witness special sunrise on the peaks and lake. After breakfast trace your steps back to Bhoj kharak. Lunch at Kedar kharak. Arrive Bhoj kharak and camp. Meals and overnight camp.

DAY 08. BHOJ KHARAK / GANGOTRI TREK: 4- 5 hrs. OVERNIGHT : TOURSIT BUNGLOW
Early morning start trekking down to Gangotri . Witness evening prayer at Gangotri temple, dedicated to Goddess Ganges. Meals and overnight tourist bungalow.

DAY 09. GANGOTRI/ RISHIKESH DRIVE : 9-10 HRS. OVERNIGHT : HOTEL
Morning after breakfast drive towards Rishikesh. Lunch at Uttarkahsi. Meals and overnight Hotel.

DAY 10. RISHIKESH OUT
Morning after breakfast proceed for onward destination. Tour terminates.

ALTITUDE: Rishikesh: 360 mts. Uttarkahsi: 1158 mts. Gangotri 3140 mts. Bhoj kharak: 3780 mts. Kedar Kharak :4270 mtd. Kedar tal: 4912 mts.

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Roop Kund

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This is very famous trek as human bones are found at Roop Kund which dates back to 14 century pilgrims which were trapped and killed in bad weather. Impressive view of trishul and it’s massif.

Day 1: Arrival New Delhi.
Meeting upon at IGI – Indhira Gandhi International Airport and transfer to hotel.

Day 2: Delhi Rishikesh, 230 kms, 6-7 hrs drive, car
Morning breakfast, afterwards drive to Rishikesh 6 hrs approx.. Rishikesh the most famous meditation and spritual center. Situated on the banks of river Ganges. Surrounded by Shivalik range of lower Himalayas on three side. Also its the starting point of all four sacred shrines. Check into hotel evening visit surrounding of RishiKesh : Laxman Jula and Ashrams. Overnight hotel.

Day 3 : Reahcing Karan Paryag: Traveling from Haridwar to Karan Paryag.

Day 4 : Travel by jeep to Mandoli-trek for Wan. ( Latest information: Road for WAN was under construction-if jeep is operating-we will reach camping place/rest house)

Day 5: Rest Day

Day 6: Wan-Bedni Bugyal : Walking Time 6-7 hrs. Walking through jungle, gradual to steep ascending to reach 3350m high altitude pastur which offers such a scenic view that you may decide to stay for one more day here.

Day 7: Bedni Bugyal- Bhagwa Basa: Walking Time 5 hrs. High altitude walking, Bhagwa Basa 4100m is in footsteps of Roop Kund. There is a shelter which is usually filled with snow and ice which does not melt due to frozen wind.

Day 8: To Roop Kund (5020m)

Day 9: Stay at Bhagwa Basa and short excursions arround

Day 10: Back To Bedni : Walk back to camp at Bedni Bugyal.

Day 11: Back to Mundoli: Reach Mundoli

Day 12 : Travel back to Karan Prayag-hotel stay.

Day 13: Back to Haridwar-hotel stay.

Day 14: Back to Delhi-hotel stay.

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Outer Nanda Devi Sanctuary-Kuari Pass

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Day 01 – Arrival New Delhi.
Meeting upon at IGI – Indira Gandhi International Airport and transfer to hotel.
Most International flights lands in night – if somehow, landing is in day, later part of the day can be utilized in visiting Red Fort, Chandini Chowk like places.

Day 02 – Delhi – Haridwar, 230 kms, 6-7 hrs drive,
Morning breakfast, afterwards drive to Rishikesh 6 hrs approx.. Rishikesh the most famous meditation and spiritual center. Situated on the banks of river Ganges. Surrounded by Shivalik range of lower Himalayas on three side. Also its the starting point of all four sacred shrines. Check into hotel evening visit surrounding of Rishikesh : Laxman Jhula and Ashrams. Overnight hotel.
Day 03 – Haridwar – Vikas Nagar Ghat
Travel from Haridwar to Vikas Nagar Ghat.  We start early and breakfast shall be enroute – expect some stuffed potatoes Paratha with pickle and Tea …very famous breakfast menu of this region. Its a long travel on banks of the river #ganges. We will stopping enroute for tea / washroom / Lunch and by evening we shall  be reaching Ghat.

Day 04 – Ghat-Ravni Walking Time 4-5 hrs.
Now road was being constructed to reach deep in forest Ravni village which in older time used to make hand made cloths and ornamnets to be sold in distant markets. Situated in dense jungle, Ravni is a village which is fast becoming “known” due to reach of the road.  Once a tribal village which was cut off from civilized world – these days #ravni has cemented houses and couple of satellite dish antennas too.

Day 05 – Ravni-Jhinji Walking Time 4-5 hrs.
A trek which will engrave a memory on your mind. Walking in high bushes, dense jungle and scenic views….Jhinji is a tribal area which used to have links with Tibet in ancient times. Walking through dense jungle, Jhinji can give you idea of what #jimcorbett wrote in his books about Gharwal Jungles.  Precautions like not to use strong scents, walk in group and do not venture off the trail.

Day 06 – Rest Day :
Use this day for mixing up with village folks, photography and you can buy local warn and other handmade things. Jhinji used to have soldiers serving in Indian Army. These days village has changed and you may see a bit of materialization.

Day 07 – Jhinji-Pana Walking Time 5-6 Hrs.
Gradual ascending through pine forests and then descending to valley floor, again ascending to establish camp. Dense forest walk, you may feel humid in bushes. A normal walking pace should make you reach by 2 PM – you can spend couple of hours in village, photography. This tribal village is one of the oldest in this region.

Day 08 – Pana-Kuari Pass ( 4268m) -Domabita
Gradual ascending to the footsteps of Kuari Pass. By Himalayan standards, this is no tough job and view from top of Kuari Pass is spectacular. Descend gradually to camping place of Domabita. We are moving through grasslands, meadows and slowly slowly making up to high altitude.

Day 09 – Rest Day.
Day 10 – Dombita-Auli Walking Time 4 hrs.
Gradual walk through jungle and then high pastures to Auli which is also a ski resort and ITBP training centra. Do not take pictures of uniform people and their buildings. You can descend down through cemented stairs to Joshimath.
Day 11 – Back Travel
You can reach either Haridwar OR can reach Badrinath.
Day 12 – Reaching Delhi-hotel stay. Tour End !
OPTION: You can combine this trek with Hom Kund [ Shail Samudra Glacier ] and Roop Kund but this combo trekking requires some prior experience of trekking in high altitudes- combo trek is not recommended for FIRST TIMERS.

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