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Pangarchulla Peak Trek

Pangarchulla Peak Trek

 10,800


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(Haridwar To Haridwar)
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Overview

Region :- Uttarakhand
Duration :- 7 Days
Grade :- Moderate To Difficult
Max Altitude :- 14,700 Ft.
Approx Trekking Km :- 44 Kms.


Adorning the Lord Curzon circuit- one of Garhwal Himalaya’s most fabled trails, Pangarchulla- the chimney peak soars to vision. Perched at 14, 700 ft., for mountaineering enthusiasts, the peak offers a perfect test of non-technical climbing skills. Though this Uttarakhand trek is accessible all though the year, it is the winter snow that makes it truly unsurpassable. If thrill is directly proportionate to the gauge of challenge, Pangarchulla Peak Trek in the winters would be a journey brave hearts just cannot afford to miss!

Spanning over 7 days, the trek will take you along the pilgrim vein of Uttarakhand, from Haridwar to Joshimath, where we have our base camp. A little further away, from Dhak village, starts our walking trajectory up the rocky tracks. With ascent, the horizons open up to cliff side villages characterized by terraced farmland and slant roofed houses, moving on to green meadows surrounded by the signature peaks of Garhwal Himalayas. Notable are—Nanda Devi, Chaukhamba, Hati-Ghori, and Barmal among others. Part of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary, the trail to Pangarchulla never loses sight of these celebrated peaks and culminates finally at the summit with a gala of glittering snow views.

Highlights of the Trek
The Trek to Pangarchulla - the chimney peak is full of the riches of Himalayan grandeur; here is what to look forward to—
• A Variety of Flora and Fauna- Until the snowline starts; the track will be strewn with blood-red rhododendrons. Plenty of Oaks, silver birch, blue pine, and bhojpatra- the bark of which is known to source papyrus, will be lining the way. Commonly found wildlife here consists of—musk deer, black bear, and Himalayan tahr.
• A Ridge Climb on Summit Day- A steep ridge taking you on an ascent to the peak on summit day is a painstaking but highly gratifying feature of this trek. The climb becomes arduous and sated with adrenalin rush. The overwhelming snow on the trail will add to this incomparable feeling of exploring the unsurpassable.
• Unbound Snow on Risk-Free Slopes- The one dominant characteristic of your winter adventure to the Pangarchulla Peak will be the treat of snow. In most parts on the last lap of the climb, the slopes covered in powdery snow will offer you an ascent without the risk of a deathly fall, by providing a cushioning. These gently curving inclines have the typical quality of skiing slopes. It is ideal for you to enjoy the delights of a snow saturated wintry Himalaya sans the risk of tumbling over fatally. It is also ideal for your enjoyment if you happen to have experience in skiing.

Brief Itinerary

Day 01: Drive Haridwar to Joshimath

  • Altitude: 2,050m/6,750ft
  • Altitude: 2,050m/6,750ft
  • 256 km drive, approx 10 hours
  • Trekkers will be picked from Haridwar at 6:30am in a Tata Sumo or a similar vehicle (cost is included)
  • Arrive at Joshimathapprox by 5 pm – (tea, briefing of the trek & dinner)
  • Breakfast and Lunch on the way (exclusive of charges)
  • Accommodation at the guest house
  • Telephone Network- Available

  • Route
  • Haridwar to Rishikesh (best place for white water rafting, trekking gear available on rent and purchase)
  • Rishikesh to Devprayag (confluence of Bhagirathi river and Alaknanda river)
  • Devprayag to Srinagar
  • Srinagar to Rudrapryag (confluence of Mandakini river and Alaknanda river)
  • Rudrapryag to Karnprayag (confluence of Pindar river and Alaknanda river)

  • Note: You can reach Rishikesh a day earlier for rafting. On the day of the trek, we can arrange your pickup from Rishikesh.

    Day 02: Drive Joshimath to Dhak and Trek to Gulling top

  • Altitude: 2,900m/9,600ft
  • 12 km drive and 5 km trek, approx 4hrs
  • First 1 hour trek till road head
  • The trail is a mix of steep and gradual ascent, mostly through villages
  • Hot lunch at camp site
  • Water Points- Available at villages in passing
  • Accommodation in tent
  • Peaks spotted: Dronagri, HathiParvat, GoriParvat
  • Drive from Joshimath to Dhak village (2,050m/6750ft) (12 km)
  • Trek from Dhak village to Tugasivillage (2,450m/8050ft) (3.5 km trek)
  • Trek from Tugasi village to Gulling village (2,750m/9,000ft) (2 km trek)
  • Gulling village to Gulling top camp site (2,900m/9600ft) (0.5 km Trek)

  • Day 03: Trek Gulling Top to Camp I

  • Altitude: 3,350m/11,000ft
  • 5.5 kms trek, approx 5 hrs
  • Steep ascent through oak, rhododendron (mostly pink and white), walnut forest
  • Lunch at camp site
  • Accommodation in tent

  • Peaks spotted: Nanda Devi, Kalanka, Chang bang, Dronagri, Hathi Parvat, Gori Parvat

    Day 04: Trek Camp I to Kuari pass via Khullara and back to Camp I

  • Altitude: 3,800m/12,500ft
  • Approx 7-8 km Trek, 5-6 hrs(3-4 km each way)
  • First half is steep ascent and second half is gradual ascent
  • Wide meadows with golden to bright green grass cover to cross in the summer that turns into rolling snowfields in the winter
  • Khullara top to broken bridge with frozen stream (traverse walk) (12,200 ft)
  • Broken bridge to KUARI PASS (Strenuous climb) (12,500 ft)
  • Carry enough water (no water source on the way)
  • Early morning after breakfast start trek to Kuari pass
  • Special care for protection from the harsh sun is required in these open meadows

  • Peaks: Kedarnath Peak, Kedardome, Chaukhambha, Balakun, Neel Kantha, Mukut Parvat, Kamet, Abhi Gamin, Mana I, Ghori Parvat, Hathi Parvat, Dronagiri, Kalanka, Chang Bang, Nanda Devi, Nanda Ghunti

    Day 05: Trek Camp I to Pangarchulla Peak Summit via Khullara and Back to Camp I

  • Altitude:4,500m/14,700 ft
  • 12-13Km trek, 7-8hrs (6-7km each way)
  • Challenging and steep climb
  • Start trekking at 04:00am as turnaround time is 08:00am
  • Packed lunch to be had at a rest point on the way
  • Peaks spotted: Nanda Ghunti, Trishul, Nanda Devi, Kalanka, Chang bang, Dronagri, Hathi Parvat, Gori Parvat, Mana, Kamet, Abl Gamin, Neelkanth, Chaukhamba massifs and many more

    Day 06: Trek Camp-I to Dhak village and drive to Joshimath

  • Altitude: 2,050m/6,750ft
  • 11km trek, approx 7hrs and 12km drive to Joshimath
  • Breakfast at Camp I
  • Trek to Dhak village
  • Drive from Dhak village to Joshimath
  • Packed lunch on the way
  • Reach Joshimath by late afternoon
  • Joshimath (tea, debriefing, dinner)
  • Clean drinking water for filling your bottles will be available at Tugasi and Dhak
  • Accommodation: Guest House

  • Day 07: Drive Joshimath to Haridwar

  • 256 kms drive, approx 10 hrs
  • Ride will commence at 6 am, reaching destination at around 6 pm
  • Breakfast and Lunch will be on the way at a roadside inn, exclusive of charges

  • Note: On Day 7, you’ll reach Haridwar between 6 pm and 7 pm. You can book your travel any time after 8 pm.

     

     

    Who can go
  • Anyone above the age of 12 with sporting abilities
  • First timer can apply, should have some interest in trekking and mountaineering.
  • The climber must be fit and have sufficient stamina to cover 5 km of distance in 45 minutes without a stress.
  • The climber should be able to carry a 10 kg backpack.
  • Heart problem, high blood pressure, asthma, and epilepsy cannot be reconciled on this mission. The climber must not have the conditions mentioned above.

  • Detailed Itinerary

    Day 01: Drive Haridwar to Joshimath

    Haridwar is celebrated famous pilgrim site and you should reach Haridwar railway station (which is just by the corner of the main bus depot). Here we will meet you at 6:30 am and our journey shall commence.

    EnrouteJoshimath, we will take the course of river Ganga and cross the famous river-bank pilgrim towns of Rishikesh and the 5 Prayags or confluences. Rishikesh, besides its ambiance of peace is also known for white-water river rafting. Those interested could book a stay here for a few days prior to the trek and we can pick you up on the way to Joshimath.

    At Devaprayag, You will get a stunning view of the Bhagirathi river descending into river Alakananda and fusing to form a vivid play of different green hues in the water. The slopes of the mountains along the fiery river look picturesque from the confluence of Devaprayag.

    Breakfast and lunch could be found at roadside inns along the Badrinath Road and this will be exclusive of charges you pay for the trek. By 5 pm, at the hour of sundown, we will pull in on the driveway of the Joshimath guest house, in time for refreshing hit tea followed by an opening dinner and briefing from your Trek Leader.


    Day 02: Drive Joshimath to Dhak and Trek to Gulling top

    Next day, by 7 am we will set off for Dhak village after having breakfast at the guest-house. From Dhak the trek will begin. The drive from Joshimath to Dhak of around 40 minutes will introduce you to the mountain kingdom surrounding the town. Enjoy the first sights of Nanda Devi peak during your ride. Collect your refreshments and start the trek from Dhak road-head marking the uphill bent towards the destination. Trek for 1 hour to the first village.

    The gradually ascending trail keeps the village on the right and takes a dusty, rocky hike of gradual ascents. Without any major difficulties, we reach Karachi village from where the trail inclines by gushing streams. Feast your senses in the greenery of the farming steps cut across hills and the high mountains towering over from all around.The gradual gaining of altitude here must be supported by thorough hydration, therefore, you must keep filling your bottle at village water points. Next, you will be reaching Tugasi village, and with that, we cover about 3 km of the whole trek. Tugasi is a picture of a typical high-altitude Garhwali Himalayan village with their wooden houses, storage places, and ranch. You will come across shepherd clans, farmers, and other agrarian people in this village set in the backdrop of mountains. After immersing in the different flavor of life for some time here, we move towards our next stop- the hamlet of Gulling. During the trek, you can get wonderful sights ofDronagiriParvat towards left.

    With the turn from Tugasi towards Gulling at 8990 ft, the scenario changes from stark and dusty to green. A thickly forested area kicks in after Gulling and traces of civilization start to blur away. The trek continues through forest cover to the Gulling Top campsite at 9600 ft. across 0.5 km from Gulling village. Along with this stretch, finally, the great mesmerizing snow peaks of Garhwal Himalayas pop their heads changing the whole vista to a heavenly one. Prominent in this dazzling panorama are Dronagiri, HathiParvat, and GhoriParvat. You can see widespread Golden Oak, Birch trees on your sides. After lunch at the campsite, the sun takes a dip and the snow peaks take a golden sheen casting a spell of pure magic—the perfect time to catch a few exquisite shots!


    Day 03: Trek Gulling Top to Camp-I

    The next day’s trip is a straight ascent of approx 5 km spanning 4 hours approximately. The destination Camp I is a campsite in the clearing amid coniferous forests of blue pine, oaks, and rhododendron.

    We set out today after breakfast prepared mentally for a moderate hike. There will be numerous water points. The entire trail will be a muddy route. Since the trail is under dense forest cover there is no scope for big mountain sights. Greeted with sharp curves with deep ravines gaping at one side, we move along never feeling cheated out of the beautiful vista promised. The forests seem to smile up suddenly here and there where rhododendrons have bloomed in thickets of pink and red. From a little inside the forested trail, snow becomes part of the scene. Rich growth of Silver Birch and Spruce hovers over the snow-covered forest floor making Pangarchulla an in-depth snow trek. Late into the day, Camp-I is reached. Lunch tastes extra delicious today after this testing trek. The afternoon and evening can be reserved for acclimatization relaxed walks around the clearing. The acclimatization walk is till Khullarameadows, that takes around 40 minutes to reach there. This will be one of the best walks, with fewer efforts you will be standing in front of an ocean of Kamet, ManaParvat, Devban, HatiParvat, Garud, Trishul, Dronagiri peaks.


    Day 04: Trek Camp-I to Kuari pass via Khullara and back to Camp-I

    Starting after breakfast with packed lunch from Camp I, we make our way skirting the forest lands towards the Peak and some 40 minutes into the trail, the scenery changes from tree covered shadowy trails to open meadows. When you reach Khullara top in another 1 hour, you follow Lord Curzon trail towards Kuari Pass. From Khullara top you can see 3 trails heading out, the right going to Tali downwards, left uphill trail goes to Pangarchulla, left downhill to Kuari Pass. We will take the route to Kuari Pass. Keep trudging on the Lord Curzon trail for 20 min and open Gelgad meadows will come into sight. This is another spot to capture the mighty Himalayan peaks like Chaukhamba, Neelkantha etc. Keep walking for another 20 minutes into the trail and you will encounter the famous broken bridge. Here you can find one water point if luckily it is not frozen. Take a few deep breaths and get ready for steep ascent until Kuari Pass.

    Watch out for the Pangarchulla on the left as you arrive closer to it. Some of the prominent peaks visible are Chaukhamba, Mt. Kamet, and Neelkantha, Mana, Devban, HatiParvat, Garud, Trishul, Dronagiri.

    Have your lunch on the wonderful pass and return back to Camp I.


    Day 05: Trek Camp-I to Pangarchulla Peak Summit via Khullara and Back to Camp-I

    On this big day, we start early in the morning at the crack of dawn and set off on fresh snow for the summit hike. It is necessary to be equipped with at least 2 liters of water as there are no water sources from here. Multiple steep climbing points on the way make this stretch laborious. The trail will be same till Lord Curzon trail and you will reach here in 1 and half hour, same as the previous day.

    The first 30 minutes of the ascent is a thorough ridge climb which you will know has ended when a vision Pangarchulla Main and auxiliary peaks rise right up ahead. While the climb may be strenuous the fluorescent sunrise on the left will boost your confidence. After the ridge walk, level snow grounds spread ahead giving you a scope to catch your breath. For this region and further up, your group may require cutting through the thick carpet of snow manually—an exhaustive task assigned to the one who leads. In May, June the snow usually melts leaving behind a carpet of boulders. Again if there a few traces of snow, watch out while stepping on the snow. Your foot may go deep sometimes pertaining to the rocks below. Before reaching the base of Pangarchulla Main, enjoy this level snow patch from where you will get a terrific detailed view of the Chaukhamba massif, flanked by Mana, Kamet, Hati-Ghodiand other snow caps. We request trekkers to not to ask for sliding as it is dangerous on these slopes.

    Your trek leader will get you all set for rope up. You will be given a choice to continue or stop here. From the base of Pangarchulla Main Peak, once again comes a steep ridge climb. At about a distance of 100 meters, the knife ridge begins. The knife-edge cut in the middle of the ridge should be avoided as you step. Expect high squalling wind with currents. We expect to reach the summit by 10 am, at the most. Any more delays are not allowed because the snow begins to melt, making the reverse trail slippery. On loose snow, the micro spikes do not work efficiently.

    At the summit point, you will come face to face with the Garhwal snow peaks in all their glory, especially Nanda Ghunti on left, chaukhamba on right, which will come to fore for the first time with all the detailed ridge lines revealed. The top is marked by a small temple. From the summit, one gets a 360-degree view of the Garhwal Himalayas, with Nanda Ghunti, Trishuli, Chang Bang, Dronagiri, GarudParvat, Lampak 1,2, Hathi, Gauri, Mana, Kamet on the right and Neelkanth, Chaukhamba, Kedardome etc. on the left side. After enjoying your victory for 15 minutes we descend and have lunch at the base.


    Day 06: Trek Camp-I to Dhak village and drive to Joshimath

    On the way down from Camp-I, one by one the snow peaks will pop out of view and the same old village trails will remind you of the end of the journey. From Dhak, a car ride into the dusk will take you back to life at the Joshimath guest-house.


    Day 07: Drive Joshimath to Haridwar

    After sleeping over the unforgettable experience of scaling Pangarchulla, today we go back city-wards. Your car will be waiting at 6 in the morning. Bidding adieu to the gaze of the hills, you will descend down to civilization reaching Haridwar by 6 in the evening in time for your overnight journey back.


    How to Reach

    By Air :-
    Jolly Grant Airport is the airport serving Dehradun, located about 48 km from the Haridwar. There is a daily flight from Delhi for Dehradun, reach Haridwar one day early if coming by flight.


    By Train:-
    An excellent rail network connects Haridwar to other important cities like Delhi, Mussoorie, Mumbai, Varanasi, Lucknow, and Kolkata.
    From Delhi -DDN NZM AC EXPRESS (2205)
    From Kolkata- Doon Express (13009)
    From Mumbai- Dehradun Express (19019)
    From Chennai- Dehradun express (12687)

    By Bus:-
    There is regular bus service from Delhi to Haridwar, from Delhi ISBT Kashmere Gate.

    We would suggest you to take only government buses from ISBT Kashmere Gate. Private buses ply from outside ISBT and they are not trust worthiness.

    Usually buses drop you at Haridwar bus station. From there you have to come to Haridwar Railway Station

    TTH’s Tata Sumo or similar vehicles will pick-up you from Haridwar Railway Station at 6:00am.

    Pick-up is included in the cost of the trek

    You will reach Joshimath by 5:00 pm

    Food from dehradun to Joshimath is not included in the trek cost

    Cost Terms

    Inclusions :-
    1. Accommodation. (Guest house, Home stay, Camping)
    2. Meals while on trek (Veg.+ Egg)
    3. Trek equipments: Sleeping bag, mattress, tent (twin sharing), kitchen & dinning tent, toilet tent, utensils and crampon (if required)
    4. All necessary permits and entry fees.
    5. First aid medical kits, stretcher and oxygen cylinder.
    6. Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide and Support staff.
    7. Transpor from Haridwar to Haridwar.
    8. Mules to carry the central luggage.


    Exclusions :-
    1. Any kind of personal expenses.
    2. Food during the transit.
    3. Insurance.
    4. Any kind of emergency evacuation charges
    5. Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
    6. Anything not specifically mentioned under the head.

    Note : Normally TTH expect to carry your personal luggage on your own, if you wish to offload your backpack, you can give it to Mule.
    Charges of offloading backpack:-
    INR 1500/- if you make an online payment, 10 days in advance
    INR 1800/- if you inform us after reaching Joshimath
    The backpack cannot weigh more than 11 kgs. Backpack should have waterproof cover. Suitcases/strolleys/ bags will not be allowed.

    Paying the Trek/ Adventure activity fee:
    The fee can be paid by online transfer/check deposit/ demand draft. Instruction for payment will be forwarded along with your confirmation email. When your transfer is done, please e-mail us a confirmation mail with your transfer details, so that we can follow up your reservation efficiently.


    When to book:
    It is wise to make your booking at least two months in advance. However, if you want a good deal on your domestic/international flight, we recommend organising your trip at least five months in advance. (Please contact us if you require a late booking)


    In the event of cancellation of trek/adventure activity services due to any avoidable / unavoidable reasons we must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, and cancellation charges would be as follows: -


    Cancellations prior to 24 days from the start of the trek
    Book any other trek till one year or get 95% refund
    (Note: If the trek charges are more, the balance needs to be paid by the trekker)


    Cancellation between 24 days and 14 days to the start of the trek
    Choose to go for the same trek, with any other batch, till year or get 70% refund


    Cancellation between 14 days and 10 days to the start of the trek
    Choose to go on the same trek, in the same season, with any other batch or get 50% refund.


    Cancellation less than 10 days to the start of the trek
    Transfer your trek (same trek, same batch) to your friend. No cash refund.


    Note:-
    1)- Change of trek batch is dependent on the availability of seats in the batch.
    2)- In case of transferring a trek to a friend, he/she should satisfy all the mandatory requirements put forward by TTH.
    3)- TTH holds the right to change/cancel the policies, without prior notice.

    Trek Essential

    Fitness

    Fitness regime for:

    Calculate Your BMI

    If your BMI is normal, you can plan your fitness regime as mentioned. If your BMI is not normal, consult your trusted physician before you plan your fitness regime.
    If you're suffering from any chronic illnesses consult a medical practitioner.

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    FAQ

    Round the year except monsoon (July and August). More snow in the winter months (December to April).
    Pangarchulla peak trek varies moderate to difficult depend upon snow level, otherwise it is a moderate trek to do.
    First two days temperature is normal as you don't find snow. Afterwards you can see the snow but in day time sunlight is good and weather is clear but you have to dress yourself in layers in night. The temperature will be between 10 to -4 degrees.
    Average walking distance is 5-6 km an each day and trekkers complete in 5-6 hrs. Summit day is quite difficult, trekkers walk 10-12 km on that day.
    NO, but in case you are having so please consult your doctor because there are lots of MYTH about Diamox.
    Always trek leads by professional Trek leader who complete Basic and Advance mountaineering course and certified in first-aid course and along with one local guide, cook, helper, porter and other staff.
    We try to bring together a small group of like minded people to give them a memorable and insightful travel experience, normally we take 18 - 20 people in one batch including male and female. We need minimum 6 people to run a fix departure but for the customized trip group size doesn’t matter.
    Yes definitely, Security of girls is the foremost important for us. We always create friendly environment on trek. All our guides and other support crew are carefully chosen for your trips. They are very honest and reliable, but we would also advise you to take care of your own personal belongings.
    Once you made the booking our team will send you the trek essentials list according to the trek.
    Yes, But you should intimate 15 days in advance, so that we will arrange the porter or mule accordingly.
    Good trekking shoes are the most important part of the trek, so you have to be very careful before buying it. You can go through our Article "How to Opt Best Trekking Shoe" to get an idea.
    We have three men tents but two people will be accommodating in one tent.
    Optimum level of fitness is always required in any trek so that you can enjoy your trek.
    We always serve Indian vegetarian food and eggs during our trek.
    Himalayan water is consider as a clean and mineral water but for safe side we use boil water / chlorine tablet in our camps, during the trek ask once to trek leader or guide from where to fill water bottles.
    We have Bolero, Max or equivalent to that.
    No, but our trek leaders are certified in Wilderness first-aid" and be aware of high attitude problems, and we carry whole first-aid kit and necessary medicines with us. Make sure you are medically fit for a trek or take professional advice if you feel you are unable to judge yourself.
    Yes, it is always advisable that in any trek carry your own medication weather organizers carrying it or not.
    After choosing the trip you wish to join, the first step is to fill up the booking form, a deposit has to be made in order to confirm the reservation. All details will be emailed to you to make it easy for you to book.
    Depending on the prevailing situation, however the date of trek completion should always coincide with the original itinerary. You should keep in mind that this is an adventure trip into the remotest region, where many unforeseen events may contribute to the need for a change in itinerary. In such cases, we or your trek leader will suggest the best alternative similar to your original itinerary.
    Yes, if you would like to travel independently, you are invited to choose any of the trips at your convenient time frame for any number of people. Cost for private trip is fixed on the basis of group size, trek area, duration and trek style.

    Risk & Respond

    High Altitude Treks: Risk and Response A high altitude trek calls for an adventurous attitude, but embarking on an adventurous trip without calculating the risks is utter stupidity. That’s why we have listed a few risks and the response planned by TTH to minimise or address the risks in the best possible way.


    Risk: Altitude Before you start the trek, it is important to understand the implications of high altitude on your body. Be aware of symptoms of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) like mild headache, nausea and general discomfort.

    Response: If you feel any of these symptoms, inform the trek leader on priority and follow his instructions. Every campsite has as stretcher, fully equipped first aid kit, oxygen cylinders to address the situation.


    Risk: Weather Weather is unpredictable in the Himalayas. Though we are always observant about the changing weather, no one can guarantee a snowfall, rain or Sun. Do understand that your security is of utmost importance to us and we will not proceed any further from the campsite if the weather is not favourable.

    Response: The decision of the Trek Leaders and Guides to proceed or wait for the weather to get better will be final.


    Risk: Injuries Often, while trekking over difficult terrains, you might have minor injuries like leg sprain, bruises etc. Serious injuries like fractures or major cuts are very rare.

    Response: All our Trek Leaders are Certified Wilderness First Aid responders. They are trained to handle emergencies and can tackle minor injuries with a well-equipped first aid kit. In case of serious injuries, the patient is carried on a stretcher to the nearest road-head and is led to nearest medical centre.


    Risk: Lack of communication devices In the remote areas of the Himalayas, mobile networks do not reach. On a trek, one is cut off from the world of calls, SMSs or watsapps.

    Response: We rely on walkie-talkies and runners to communicate between the campsites and the base camps.

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    Fixed Departure

    Brief Detail

    Trek Itinerary
    Day 01: Drive Haridwar to Joshimath
    Note: You can come Rishikesh one day early and can do rafting. We will pick you from Rishikesh.
    Day 02: Drive Joshimath to Dhak and Trek to Gulling top
    Day 03: Trek Gulling Top to Camp I
    Day 04: Trek Camp I to Kuari pass via Khullara and back to Camp I
    Day 05: Trek Camp I to Pangarchulla Peak Summit via Khullara and Back to Camp I
    Day 06: Trek Camp-I to Dhak village and drive to Joshimath
    Day 07: Drive Joshimath to Haridwar
    Note: On Day 7, you’ll reach Haridwar between 6 pm and 7 pm. You can book your travel any time after 8 pm.

    Trek Info
    Region: Uttarakhand
    Duration: 7 Days
    Grade: Moderate To Difficult
    Max Altitude: 4,500m/14,700 Ft.
    Trekking Km: 44 Kms.
    Trail Type: Round trail. The trek starts and ends at Joshimath
    Rail head: Haridwar is the nearest rail head to the base camp
    Air Port: jolly grant airport Dehradun
    Base Camp: Joshimath (10 hrs drive from Dehradun)
    Best Season: Round the year except monsoon. More snow in the winter months until April.
    Snow: Round the year except monsoon.
    Services from: Haridwar to Haridwar
    Food: Meals while on trek (Veg + Egg)
    Stay: Guest house, Camping
    Fitness:Click here

    These villages will definitely give you a complex about your homeplace

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    The first impression is the last impression they say. Well, this is not true for Himalayan treks. Yet, some of the base villages on the trek are so enticing that you know if this is the beginning, the whole trek will be truly worth it. Read More

    An Unplanned trek is not always the best

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    An unplanned journey is always the best, they say. Well, this is not applicable to a high altitude trip. We always iterate, the Himalayas is a whole new world that has its own rules. Read More

    Save your time and money by renting equipment before your first Himalayan trek

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    What we would rather suggest our trekkers is that they rent the necessary equipment be it apparel or any other trek gear before their first Himalayan trek. Read More

    Walking Hacks In The Mountain

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    Amazing mountain peaks, vivacious alpine flora, infinitely spread meadows and adrenaline adventures. Being in high altitudes is an unbelievable escapade. However, good things never come easy. Lot more than money and endurance goes to attain these treasures. Read More

    Reminiscence of Pangarchulla trek
    Posted On: 01/Jun/2018
    By: Vijay Bhaskar

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    When you are done with your concrete surroundings, blowing of horns, and exhausted to your deeps as well, what else could be a better option than opting for a trek in the great Himalayas. And when you are born and lived your childhood in the foothills Himalayas nothing else could be better option for soothing your mind and soul as well. Read More

    Pangarchulla Peak
    Posted On: 21/May/2018
    By: Piyush

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    It was 4th day of the trek and we ( the whole group) had to climb the summit. We left the campsite at 4 am and it’s gonna be a difficult day because of the altitude. I woke up around 2 am and was bit nervous because of the previous day weather condition. When we started the trek the weather was calm and the sun was shining brightly. Read More

    Pangarchulla Peak Trek
    Posted On: 15/May/2018
    By: Ashok Kumar jha

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    First of all I would like to thank my school friends because of whom I choose my first trek -Pangarchulla Trek. Till last few days I was not sure of going to pangarchulla trek because of official and personal reasons but finally Pangarchulla peak was calling me so I bought the general ticket from Jamnagar to Delhi as no reserved tickets were available at last moment. 26 Hours of General CoachJourney was very hectic. Read More

    My first ever Himalayan trek- Pangarchulla Peak Trek
    Posted On: 27/May/2017
    By: Ajinkya Sanjiv Gadgil

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    A short attempt to write about my first experience with the mighty himalayan mountains. As every hardcore trekker dreamt to scale himalayan terrain, so was I awake with a dream to see white Mountains. And I am thankful to u bodh P Bhave and Dev Bhatt for planning Pangarchulla Peak trek. Read More