Himalayan Snow Trekking and Himalayan Snow Camping Trek, Uttarakhand ,India

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Kuari pass Trek

The route from Joshimath to Auli via passes through pristine Rhododendron, oak and Deodar forests with splendid mountain scenery, apple orchards and picturesque town of Joshimath always in view.The tranquillity of the adjoining thick forests, is broken only by the chirping of the birds, Auli can be approached by a motorable road 15 km from Joshimath. Auli bugyal is a winter ski resort. Tea stalls, tourist rest house and hotels provide stay and meals. From Auli to Gorson top is a 5 km steep ascent through meadow and lush verdant dense mixed forests. Rare Himalayan flora and fauna abound this region. From Gorson to Tali is a 5 km fairly flat and straight through bugyals. From Tali to Chitrakantha there is only a goat track is avaikable. From Chitrakantha to Kuari Pass it is a steep ascent. The undulating slopes to this trek remain carpeted with greenery and colourful flowers during the monsoons and det in beautiful natural surroundings. It is a most enchanting and rewarding trek.

Trip Facts

Trip length: 5 Days
Grade: soft
Trek length : 4night/5Days
Starts in: Joshimath
Ends in: Joshimath
Accommodation: home stay , Tent
Transportation: Ex Joshimath
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner during the Trekking
Maximum altitude: 4268 M

Itinerary in brief

Day 1- Arrival - Josimath
Upon arrival in Joshimath in the evening meet our trekking crew. Remaining evening free to relax and acclimatize. Dinner and overnight stay at Joshimath Joshimath is a small town in Uttarakhand Garhwal hills on the bank of the Alaknanda River. This place is very famous for Sankracharya temple. Joshimath is also a hub for many interesting mountaineering and trekking options in Garhwal Himalayas region.
Day 02: Joshimath (6724 ft) – Auli – Garson – Tali Jungle Camp (11070 ft) (12km Drive, 6 km Trek)
After breakfast drive up to Auli ,then we start our trek from Auli to famous Bugyals (meadows) of Gorson, From here, we can see 27 high mountain peaks along with second heights peak Nanda Devi , way we see beautiful lake tali,the area surrounding tali is lush green grazing grass land for Himalayan sheep and cattle Dinner and overnight stay in tents.
Day 03: Tali (11070 ft) - Kuari pass (12763 ft) - back to Tali Jungle Camp via Khullara top (11800 ft) (15 km trek)
Morning Breakfast trek to Kuari pass, explore high Himalayan Pass and back to camp Khulara . This walk is through the forest of pine and cedaron the. After reaching Khulara, we pitch our tents and enjoy camp fire. Dinner and overnight stay at Khulara camp site.
Kuari pass (4268 mts)
Lord Curzon made the trek to Kuari Pass, and since than it has come to known as Curzon’s trail. it is very popular among European and American travelers. In 1905, Lord Corzon reached Kuari pass from Ghat via Ramni. Today many trekkers prefer to undertake the trek in the reverse direction. They climb the ridge above Tapovan, and reach Gailgarh, where the trail coming from Gorson meets. One can also reach Kuari Pass from Auli bugyal through Gorson Top and this is the beast idea. The main attraction of Curzon’s trail is the majestic view of the twin peaks of nanda Devi, Kamet, Dronagiri, and Hathi-Ghodi Parvat. Along the trek we’ll pass through pristine Rhododendron, Oak, and Deodar forests. Rare Himalayan Flora and Fauna are found aplenty on the trail. At Tapovan there is a massive sulphur spring. The waters of the spring are said to have excellent medicinal properties.
Mountain :-
Hati- Ghodi parvat, Kamet , Barmal- Trishuli, Dronagiri, Mana peak, Neelkanta, Bethartoli, Barhmal , Hanuman peak, Changbang, kalanka , nanda ghunti , nanda kot, and much mre
Day 04: Tali (11070 ft) - Joshimath (6724 ft) via Tugasi Village (11150 ft) and Tapovan (10 km trek) (15 km drive)
After morning Breakfas, We start trekking down from Khulara to Joshimath. It’s a 10 Km downhill trek . on the way we get to see natural springs, Himalayan village, agricultures field.at Tapovan our privet vehicle will await our arrival to drive us back to Joshimath(15km -1hr drive )
Day 05: Joshimath to Haridwar
Morning after breakfast our taxi will drop you at Joshimath bus stop, tour end .....
*Advisory:
1. Being a winter trek, the weather will be cold, temperatures low or below freezing point and snow. ?Clients are advised to pack suitable winter clothing and footwear for winter/snow trek.
2. Clients are advised to consult their physician and take suitable preventive medication (if ?prescribed) as a precaution for high altitude sickness.
3. Trekking on any particular day may be aborted or cancelled in case of extreme / unfavourable ?weather conditions, keeping in mind safety of the clients. Trip leader’s decision on this will be final and binding on clients.
Price Excludes:
01- Travel Insurance
02- Medical evacuation in case of emergency.
03- Expenses or bills of personal nature or any tips or donation.

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