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Forthcoming Winter Himalayan Trips 2018 in the Indian Himalayas

Pangarchulla peak Climb Trekking :

Category : Summer & Winter Expedition Trek
Duration : 7 Days
Location : Uttarakhand
Confirm pax : 3
Departure Date : November 15 / 25 :: December 15/19 :: Season 2019 April 14/22/29 :: May :: 5/15/25 :: October:: 10/20/30
Trip Details : Elevation 4750meter.



Pangarchulla Peak becomes a beautiful climbing objective in the spring after having accumulated all the winter snow. An easy low peak which gives a good feel of a climb-plodding the crisp morning snow with amazing views of high mountains. This trip offers enough challenge and loads of photo opportunity. Just perfect for anyone!!

Day 1 : pick up from Airport and drive to Rishikesh Hotel. Hotel 6/7 hrs drive.

Day 2 : Drive Rishikesh to Joshimath (1560m) 8-9 hrs
The drive takes one into the rugged country of the Garhwal along the Alaknanda river. Going past a few holy confluences and the road keeps ascending to the small township of Joshimath, which is the base for the Indian Army and the Indian Tibet Border police for this area.

Day 3 : Joshimath - Tali (3310m) 5-6 hrs
Take the cable car up to the ski slopes of Auli (2750m). From Auli one gets to see a distinct profile of Nanda Devi at the head of the sanctuary. The walk takes one through the forests of oak and rhododendron to reach meadows of Gorson. From here the trail descends steepily down to the forest and we camp by a small water body at Tali. Overnight Camp.

Day 4 : Tali to Pangarchulla base(4000m) via the Kuari Pass 5-6 hrs
Today the trail ascends the ridge above Tali and cairns marks our track. Just below the pass, the trail leads through a large meadow affording spectacular views of the Himalayas. North of Joshimath is the Chaukhamba range, Nilkanth (6596m) and Narayan Parbat (5965m), while Mana peak (7272m),Kamet (7756m) and Abi Gamin (7355m) extend to the Tibetan border. In the middle foreground, the main Himalayan chain in the vicinity of the Bhyundar valley and Hem Kund includes Nilgiri Parbat (6474m), Rataban (6166m), Ghori Parbat (6708m) and Hathi Parbat (6727m). Dunagairi (7066m) dominates the peaks to the north of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. The Kuari pass (3840m) is by no means demanding – we have our lunch here untill we reach to base of Pangarchulla peak.

WE continue further trek to Advanced Base Camp (4000m) 3 hrs Our climbing gear and start plodding up towards the high camp. Most of the walk goes on a moderate gradient on the snow covered North face of the mountain slopes with great views of the high mountains on the. A short traverse will bring us to the advanced base camp.

Day 5 : Advanced Base Camp to Summit and back to Base Camp 3-4 hrs
Wake up early to be up on the summit to see the sunrise on wide Himalayan panorama. Loads of photo opportunity ! The walk up to the summit would take a couple of hours and we descend to be in time for hot lunch at bae camp. Evening party !!!

Day 6 : Base Camp – Tapovan (1905m) 6-7 hrs and drive to Joshimath
The last day of the climb is all the way down to the Tapovan. It’s about 1 hours drive from here to the comforts of the hotel in Joshimath.

Day 7 : Joshimath – Rishikesh
After an early morning breakfast set out for the long 9 hr drive to reach Rishikesh.

Day 8 : Rishikesh drive to Delhi.
Also please change the dates on fix departure trek as per given below down.

USD $ :: 599 & $ 649 Per Person

Winter Trek 2018 : (Winter Snow camp and Snow trek)


Departure Date : November 5 / 10 / 15 / 25 :: December 5 / 10 / 15 / 20:: January 10 / 15 / 25 / 30
Altitude : 3650 meter
People booked : 2
Status : open

A wonderful trek through beautiful countryside, following a trail that winds through a series of pastures and shepherd camps, with superb
views of the Indian Himalayas and the crossing of the Kauri Pass where views can be had of towering Nanda Devi (7816m).



Tentative Tour Program ;

Day 1 :: Drive from Haridwar / Rishikesh to Joshimath. Drive 9hours stay at Guest House. Hot Dinner.

Day 2 :: Drive to Dhak Village and trek to Guliang Camp. Drive 1 hours and trek 2/3hours. Camp Breakfast / Lunch Pack / Dinner

Day 3 :: Trek to Kuaripass top and back to Camp. Trek 8/9hours.  Breakfast  / Lunch pack  / Dinner. 3650mtr.

Day 4 :: Trek over Gorson top and back to Auli or Trek down to Dhak vilage and Drive to Joshimath. Guest house / Camp. Breakfast  / Lunch pack  / Dinner. 5/6 hrs Trek.

Day 5 :: Drive to Rishikesh / Haridwar. Trip end up here.  Breakfast

Above trip cost :: USD $ 399 per head & USD $ 499 per head

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Kuaripas Trek North Face Trek with Panagarchulli peak climb

Category :
Summer Trek
Duration : 
6 Days
Location :
Uttarakhand
Confirm pax 2
Departure Date :  Every weekend.
Trip Details :  Elevation 4750meter.

The views are simply breathtaking, facing north the vision sweeps from the gorges of Trishul in the east to the peaks of Kedarnath in the west - the Kedarnath, Chaukhamba, Nilkantha, Kamet, Gauri Parbat, Hathi Parbat, Nandadevi, Bethartoli, Dunagiri – (all high 6000m to 7000 m peaks) lined one after the other in a magnificent arc ………



Day 1 : Drive Rishikesh to Joshimath (1560m) 8-9 hrs
The drive takes one into the rugged country of the Garhwal along the Alaknanda river. Going past a few holy confluences and the road keeps ascending to the small township of Joshimath, which is the base for the Indian Army and the Indian Tibet Border police for this area.

Day 2 : Joshimath - Lower Forest Tali (3110m) 5-6 hrs
Drive to Auli, ski slopes of Auli (2750m). From Auli one gets to see a distinct profile of Nanda Devi at the head of the sanctuary. The walk takes one through the forests of oak and rhododendron to reach meadows of Gorson. From here the trail descends steepily down to the forest and we camp by a small water body at Tali. Overnight Camp.

Day 3 : Lower Tali to Kuari Pass 5-6 hrs and back to Lower Tali. Trek 8hours.
Today the trail ascends the ridge above Tali and cairns marks our track. Just below the pass, the trail leads through a large meadow affording spectacular views of the Himalayas. North of Joshimath is the Chaukhamba range, Nilkanth (6596m) and Narayan Parbat (5965m), while Mana peak (7272m),Kamet (7756m) and Abi Gamin (7355m) extend to the Tibetan border. In the middle foreground, the main Himalayan chain in the vicinity of the Bhyundar valley and Hem Kund includes Nilgiri Parbat (6474m), Rataban (6166m), Ghori Parbat (6708m) and Hathi Parbat (6727m). Dunagairi (7066m) dominates the peaks to the north of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. The Kuari pass (3840m) is by no means demanding – we have our lunch here and back to Lower Tali Camp.

Day 4 : Fully snow trek and snow climb. Wake up early to be up on the summit to see the sunrise on wide Himalayan panorama. Loads of photo opportunity ! The walk up to the summit would take a couple of hours and we descend to be in time for hot lunch at base camp.

Day 5 : Lower Tali to – Tapovan (1905m) 5-6 hrs and drive to Joshimat (1890m)
The last day of the climb is all the way down to the Tapovan. It’s about 3/4 hours trek and then 1 hours drive from here to the comforts of the hotel in Joshimath.

Day 6 : Joshimath to Rishikesh. Drive 10hrs.  Hotel

Above Trip cost USD $ ::-->>459 & 549 Per Person

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Chopta – Tungnath - Chandershilla Trek

Confirm pax :
2
Short Version can be : Family Adventure Trips
Duration: 4 Days
Location: Uttarakhand
Season: Autumn (april to june & sep - nov)
Grade: Easy
Departure Date : Every Weekend

A short easy trek running parallel to the high Himalayas. Good views all the way, beautiful camping by the lake at Devariyatal and some great forests. In the early spring the rhododendron forest glow red as the flowers bloom. The views from the Chandrashilla top will stay in one’s memory for really long.



Day 01: Drive Rishikesh - Okhimath (1400m) 6-7 hrs
Drive 5-6 hrs along the Alaknanda and the Mandakini rivers to reach Ukhimath in the evening. Lunch enroute. Visit the temple at Ukhimath in the evening.

Day 02: Trek Okhimath - Devariyatal (2440m) 6 hrs - Okhimath.
After an early morning breakfast set out for the trek to Devariyatal. The trail goes past the village fields and into the forest. It’s gradual uphill all the way up to the beautiful lake of Devariyatal. Back to sari village and drive to Okhimath. Stay up here.

Day 03: Drive to Chopta (3000m) 1 hrs further : Trek Chopta - Tungnath (3680m) - Chandrashilla Top (4130m) - Chopta.
Start early in the morning and climb up to the temple of Tungnath and beyond. Tungnath, one of the Shiva temples is the highest temple in Garhwal and has definitely a certain mystical/religious aspect which is quite based on the spectacular surrounding and views from there. Views which go far beyond the simple "view of mountains". The summit of the Chandrashilla peak provides a breathtaking 360 degree view.

Day 04: Drive Chopta – Rishikesh 6-7 hrs and take a train to Delhi.

Trip cost :: USD $ 299 Per head & USD $ 399 Per head

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Nandadevi Alpine Trek

Confirm pax :
4
Duration: 17 Days
Location: Uttarakhand
Season: Autumn (april to june & sep - nov)
Grade: Moderate
Departure Date : April 30 :: May 15 & 25 :: September 15 :: October 5 & 15

On this trek we also explore the Mystery lake Rookund lake too which is more then 4750 meter elevation.

Day 01   We take the  Car to reach Rishikesh Hotel from IGI  Airport Delhi. Visit on the way Haridwar - Hari-ki-pauri and other most popular temples and ghats at Haridwar. Evening Explore Rishikesh. O/N-Hotel in Delhi.

Day 02   A full day of driving as we continue through the heart of Garhwal. From  The road gradually ascends as it follows the Alaknanda Valley through a timeless agricultural landscape. We pass through Rudraprayag (610m), where in the 1920’s Jim Corbett shot the “Rudraprayag leopard”, a man-eater who allegedly consumed some 125 persons over the years. A commemorative stone marks the spot. The “prayags” are the sacred confluences on the rivers that drain into the Ganges; there are five in all and further along the valley is Karanprayag (832m), situated on the junction of the lovely Pinder River and the Alaknanda. Shortly before Gwaldam we turn off the main road to Debal (1218m) and drive up a switchback track to the road head near Mundoli village (2134m). Camping 

Day 03  Our first day of trekking.  We leave camp after breakfast and walk to Lohajung Khal (2350m), a grassy ridge with excellent views of the surrounding countryside and our first glimpse of a big peak, Nanda Ghunti (6861m). As we gain distance from the road head, the influences of the modern world quickly fade. Most rural societies still follow the ancient fertility cult of Nanda Devi and strict rituals and customs have created a lifestyle that has changed little over the centuries.  After lunch, a steady ascent brings us to the old British rest-house at Wan (2450m) where we set camp on the lawns, as did Shipton and Tilman on their exploratory visit in the 1930’s.  Here, in the base of a massive deodar tree, is an ancient shrine devoted to Latu, one of Nanda Devi’s most significant nature spirits and a living example of the Garwhalis deep belief in the power of the mountain.  Camping

Day 04   After a brisk descent, the morning’s walk involves a long, sometimes steep ascent along a good stone path through shady forests of oak and chestnut.  On reaching a col another steady climb takes us through rhododendron forest, which presents a beautiful show of white, pink and crimson when in flower. We then move above the tree-line through springy turf and rock to reach the high grazing meadow of Bedni Bugyal (3350m). It is said to be one of the most stunning alpine campsites in the Himalaya. The mountains that we glimpsed through the trees now present themselves in a massive wall of dazzling white. Most significant are Trisul (7120m) with its three prongs representing Shiva’s trident and Nanda Ghunti. To the northwest are tantalising views of the giants of the Great Himalaya. Camping

Day 05 to Day 06 :  Roopkund Exploration :: Roopkund Trail- a dream for trekkers. If you haven’t yet gone for it, start planning for it. It is one of the must to do. Roopkund is located at the base of Nanda Devi cult. The most surprising and attractive matter of this adventure is the skeletons. In 1942 Mr. H. K. Madhwal discovered the skeletons. Till now it is a topic of tea-cup discussion that what the cause behind this massacar was. It is believed that the people were from the 13th century to the 15th century. Radiocarbon dating, done by OURAU, determined the time period to be vaguely 850 AD.

This high altitude lake has a past shrouded in mystery- What we find here are numerous, partially decomposed skeletal remains of human origin embedded in the ice around the lake. Stories in plenty float this site; most believable of course is that an entire unit of a small army perished here albeit under mysterious circumstances. Some however says that pilgrims here were buried here as a result of a nasty avalanche as early as in the 14th century. The region is dominated by Mount Trishul (7120m) and makes for another pilgrim for the faithful Lord Shiva devotees, on the walk up to the lake we camp at the Himalayan meadows of Badni Bugyal & Auli Bugyal and cross the Roop Kund ridge which is a an extension of one between Sutol and Wan and forms the divide between the catchments of the Badni Ganga and the Nandakini River.
If the weather is clear in  the morning then you will be lucky enough to get a good view of the Trishul  peak and the other mountains around. An arduous trek of about 3 hours gets you  to Roop Kund. At Roop Kund, if the snow is not too deep, the mysterious  skeletons and remains of human beings and horses can be seen, as detailed in  the books of Shipman and Tilman. There are also great views of the surrounding  glaciers and high peaks. The lake in itself is very scenic and peaceful and is  worth following the trail which is often snow covered till esarly June, making  route finding a problem. Even post monsoons, there are some steep, rocky sections  which may require a bit of scrambling.

Day 07   We retrace our steps down from Patalnauchani to Wan. After the initial steep descent, we cut across through forest and open ground to a lunch spot in a small meadow some distance above Wan. A gradual ascent bring us to a minor pass, the Kukin Khal (3121m) that marks the watershed between the Kali Ganga and Nandakini rivers that drain the slopes of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary. This is remote country and as such has not suffered from overexploitation. Leopard, jungle cats, barking deer and porcupine are some of the main fauna whilst Lammergier, Himalayan Griffon, Golden Eagle and a variety of kites can be seen in the air. The afternoon walk brings us to a beautiful meadow above the village of Kanol (2900m). Here we make our camp amongst the superb rhododendron that dot the pasture, as did Shipton and Tilman some 70 years before. Camping

Day 08 An excellent day of walking through classic Garhwal scenery. Beyond our campsite lies Kanol village, a traditional Garhwali settlement with stone and slate houses and excellent views of Trisul.  Fields are still hand-tilled and provide the villagers with most of their staple foods and a small income from any surplus. From here, a lengthy descent takes us to the Nandakini River where we stop for lunch and a chance to sooth our feet in the cool water.  A very pleasant walk in the afternoon takes us on a broad cliff path above the river to pine forest and further villages. Near Sutol village we cross the Nandakini on a solid iron bridge and stop for the night on the right bank. In Shiptons day the crossing of this river necessitated a five-mile excursion upstream.  Camping 

Day 09 + 10  This is the heart of Nanda Devi country as the Nandakini is worshipped as the river of the mountain goddess. Our morning walk takes us up and out of the valley through delightful villages where many social rituals and annual events are still intimately linked to worship of the “mother goddess”. Almost every stone, tree and hilltop seems to have some spiritual significance attached to it and a sense of timelessness prevails.  After lunch an easy walk followed by steep climb takes us to our campsite above the village of Ramni. From here there are wonderful views. In one direction is the country through which we have been walking and in the other the mighty peaks of Trisul and Nanda Ghunti once more. Camping

Day 11 A less demanding day due to a restricted choice of campsites after lunch.  A steady climb through forest brings us to the top of a ridge known as the Ramni pass (3215m) with distant views of the Kuari Pass that we cross in a few days. This is ancient forest with splendid old specimens of gnarled oak, holly, chestnut and rhododendron emerging from a thick carpet of white and pink flowering peonies. There may be occasional glimpses of monal and other jungle fowl. We camp near Shim Kharak, amongst the trees. The afternoon is yours to relax and enjoy the peaceful beauty of our surroundings.  Camping 

Day 12: We continue through thick forest to the village of Jhenipani (1524 m) from where a steep descent takes us down the wild Bireh Ganga, a river that caused Shipton and Tilman much frustration during their explorations. The bridge, then a tree-trunk affair, was frequently washed away resulting in some perilous substitutions. Thankfully, the river is now spanned by an impressive suspension bridge built in the post-war period. Not surprisingly, across the bridge is a steep ascent that follows a zig-zag path up the bare and eroded hillside. As we climb we can see the remains of Gohna Lake.  In 1893 a great landslip dammed the Bireh Ganga, so creating a massive lake. In the following year, monsoon rains broke the dam and caused a catastrophic flood as far downstream as Srinagar. After lunch a great walk through forest and pastures takes us towards Pana, the last village before the pass. Shortly before the village we cut up to Kaliaghat, a small bugyal or grazing meadow. Camping 

Day 13  A fine morning walk today as we head for the base of the Kuari, crossing the last of the bugyals as we go. A steep and sometimes slippery descent takes us to the Pal Gudhera stream and this is immediately followed by a steep climb up through wild crag and forest country. We are following an ancient trade route that linked the southern valleys of Garhwal with Tibet. Goats and sheep carried grain from here over the Kuari and Niti passes into Tibet, with salt and borax being brought on the return trip. The afternoon is spent relaxing at Dhakwani (3210m), a small grazing pasture below the base of the Kuari pass. Camping 

Day 14:  An early start for the Kuari Pass in order to enjoy the splendours of sunrise on the Great Himalaya. The ascent, that takes less than two hours, follows a zig-zag path to the col (3658m) but the most impressive views are gained from a point further along the Kuari ridge at 4268m. Here, on the divide between the middle and the Great Himalaya the snow capped peaks stretch in a seemingly endless arc, so forming the border with Tibet.  Just some of the major peaks visible are Kamet (7070m), Badrinath (7040m), Dunagiri (7066m) and Changabang (6863m), Nilkanth (6600m), the elephant shaped Hathi Parvat (6727m) and of course, Nanda Devi (7817m). After savouring this superb panorama, we descend a little from the main ridge to camp about 280m below the pass. From this beautiful spot we can, with luck, watch the sunset on the mountains as a perfect end to the day. Camping.

Day 15  Our last day of this magnificent trek as we follow a long winding trail downhill to the road at Tapovan (1978m). The walk is steep but pleasant as we descend through meadows and ancient woodland with glimpses of the high Himalaya in the distance. At lower altitudes, village life returns and from here a good path brings us to Tapovan, the last hamlet before the Rishi Ganga Gorge. Tilman and his team halted here before their ascent of Nanda Devi and enjoyed a dip in the nearby sacred hot springs, by bribing the sadhu who guarded the place. From here we rejoin our vehicles and make the short drive down the splendid Dhauliganga Valley to Josimath (1875m), where we arrive for a late lunch. From here it is possible to take the modern ropeway to Auli for spectacular views of Nanda Devi and her surrounding peaks. We return to our simple accommodation in Josimath. Rest-house.

Day 16 :  Explore the full day in Badrinath Mana last Tibet border village. Back to Joshimath..
Day 17 :  Drive to Rishikesh.  Drive 9hours. Hotel.
Day 18 :  Drive to Delhi Airport.  Fly to Home.
Or can visit to Agra Taj Mahal and Jaipur or Varnashi etc… we can make further tour program too.

Trip end at arrival in Delhi Airport.

18 days Trip cost ::
Standard package : 
USD $ :    1799 per person
Deluxe package :   
USD $: 1,989 :: per person
COSTS include:  Road transportation from Delhi to Delhi by car, Accommodation in best available Hotels/Cottage (where applicable) on a twin sharing basis, all Meals,  tents  on twin share basis, permits and entrance fees, Qualified trekking guide,  We serve variety of food on our trips which includes Indian and local.  
 
COSTS exclude:  Personal Insurance, Mineral water all alcoholic beverages and Expenses of personal nature and Sleeping bags, riding pony.
NOT INCLUDED:   Alcohol, bottled water or soft drinks. Tip for Guide staff or porters. Entry fees
TRANSPORT:  Transport is by private car AC/NAC with an  best driver our own company employ drivers.
SPENDING MONEY:  You should allow for incidentals and tips, perhaps a little more if you enjoy a few beers as these are comparatively expensive in India.
INSURANCE:  It is a condition of joining any of our tours that you hold adequate insurance cover.  This must include  medical and personal accident insurance

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Nandadevi National Park Trekking

Confirm pax : 2
Duration: 9 Days
Location: Uttarakhand
Season: June to October
Grade: Moderatre
Departure Date :

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Source of the Ganges Trek

Confirm pax :3
Duration: 10 Days
Location: Uttarakhand
Season: (may to june & sep - oct)
Grade: Moderate
Departure Date : 2019 Season May 15 & 25 :: June 5 / 15 : September 10 / 25 :: October 5 / 15

Trip cost :: USD $ 799 & USD $ 999 Per Head

The Holy River Ganges is the most sacred river in the Hindu religion and its source at Gomukh on the Gangotri glacier and many other peaks. Gomukh is one of the holiest places for Hindu pilgrims who come here to witness the birth of Mother Ganga. The trek takes you to Gomukh (cows mouth), the mythological source of the River Ganges, which is at the snout of the Gangotri glacier.

Day 1 : RISHIKESH/UTTARKASHI DRIVE 6-7HRS OVERNIGHT GUEST HOUSE: 
Morning after break fast drive to Uttarkashi. Lunch enroute. On the way stop at zero point to see the view of Tehri Jheel, Arrive Uttrakashi and transfer to the guest house. Remaining day to relax and to acclimatize. At evening visit to Vishwanath temple, Meals and over night in guest house. Uttrakashi is the principle town in Garhwal region. Nehru Institute of Mountaineering is situated here. It is also the gateway to many mountaineering and trekking expedition in Gangotri area

Day 02: UTTRAKASHI/ GANGOTRI DRIVE 4-5 HOURS OVERNIGHT GUEST HOUSE :
Morning after break fast drive to Gangotri. May make a comfort stop at Gangnani hot spring. Those who wants can have a quick refreshing bath in the pool. Arrive Gangotri and transfer to hotel.Visit Gangotri temple. Evening prayer dedicated to goddess Ganges, Meals and over night hotel. 

Day 03- GANGOTRI / BHOJBASA (3650mt) TREK 5-6 HOURS OVERNIGHT CAMP : 
Morning after breakfast trek to Bhojbasa. The entire trek today is along the roaring Bhagirathi river. The wide trail initially passes through dense deodar forests before emerging into the wide unforest valley . Arrive Bhojbasa and camp. Afternoon free to explore the area and evening enjoy excellent sunset on Bhagirathi group of peaks Dinner and overnight in camp

Day 04: BHOJBASA/GAUMUKH / TAPOVAN 4-5 HOURS OVERNIGHT CAMP: 
Morning enjoy the panoramic view of Bhagirathi group of peaks. After break fast trek to Gaumukh, the source of the Ganges. Explore the area and trek to Tapovan. One of the finest high altitude alpine meadows in the area. Today we traverse the entire Gangotri glacier to reach Tapovan. Arrive Tapovan and camp, Dinner and overnight camp.

Day 05 : TAPOVAN OVERNIGHT CAMP : 
Day free to explore the area, one can read, meditate, walk to the base of high peaks and explore high altitude flora and fauna. Evening encounter the most panoramic sunset on high peaks. Meals and overnight camp

Day 06: TAPOVAN/ NANDANVAN 5-6 HOURS :
This Day is largely an exercise is boulder hopping. Crossing the moraine covered Gangotri glacier to Nandawan located at the confluence of the Chaturangi and the Gangotri glaciers. Literally meaning the four coloured glacier. The Chaturangi is truly multi-hued. The massive meadows of Nandavan are situated at the base of the Bhagirathi massif. The area provides excellent sightings of Bharal (blue sheep), Meals and overnight in camp.

Day 07: NANDANVAN/BASUKI TAL /NANDANVAN 7-8 HOURS OVER NIGHT CAMP: 
A full Day walk to the picturesque Vasuki Tal. The trail follows a grassy ridge running parallel to the Chaturangi glaciers, across a small glacieroded valley to Vasuki tal. It then continues along the lateral moraine of the Chaturangi glacier to views of Mt. Satopanth. Return to camp. Meals and overnight camp. 

Day 08: -NANDAN VAN /BHOJBASA 4-5HOURS OVERNIGHT CAMP 
Early morning enjoy the sunrise on high peaks , After breakfast trek to down to Bhojbasa. Arrive Bhojbasa and camp. Meals and overnight camp.

Day 09: BHOJBASA / GANGOTR / UTTRAKASHI 7-8 HOURS OVERNIGHT GUEST HOUSE :
Morning after breakfast trek to down to Gangotri. Latter drive to Uttrakashi, Enroute stop at Gangnani for a refreshing bath. Arrive Uttrakashi and check in guest house. Meals and overnight guest house. 

Day 10: UTTRAKASHI/ RISHIKESH 6-7 HOURS :
Morning after breakfast drive to Rishikesh. Lunch enroute, Arrive Rishikesh. Tour terminates upon arrivel at Rishikesh.

 
 
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