KUARI PASs – Roopkund Trek

Trip Facts

Trip length: 17 Days
Grade: Soft to Moderate
Starts in: Delhi Airport
Ends in: Delhi Airport
Accommodation: Hotel & Home stay , Tent
Transportation: Toyota (luxurious )
Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner during the Trekking
Maximum altitude: 5029 M
Trek length: 16night/17days

Trip Altitude

Itinerary in brief

Day 1:- Arrival Delhi : Delhi to Rishikesh (07 hours drive )
Upon arrival at New Delhi international airport met our repressive transfer to the Rishikesh(227 km) Stop at Haridwar for sightseeing of Ganga Ghats & Temples on the bank of Holi River Ganga then proceed to Rishikesh. Arrive & check in at the hotel. Evening free to explore the Rishikesh . Dinner and overnight stay at Rishikesh
Day 2- Rishikesh to Joshimath (8-9 hours)
Upon arrival at the pre booked hotel in Joshimath meet our Trekking crew . Remaining day to Relax and acclimatize Overnight stay in Joshimath (Himalayan Abode home stay ) joshimath is a small town in the Uttarakhand Garhwal hills on the bank of the Alaknanda River. This place is very famous for Sankracharya temple and . It is also the hub of many mountaineering and trekking expedition in Garhwal Himalayas ,
Day 3- Joshimath to Auli Gurson Bugyal to Chitraganta ((3510 mts) 13 kms/ 5km trek)
After Morning yoga meditation and breakfast , drive up to Auli , we then start our trek from Auli to famous Bugyals (meadows) of Gorson and from here we get a view of 27 high mountain ranges including Nanda Devi (the 2nd heights peak in Indian Himalayas ) ,Dinner and over night stay in camp Chitrakantha
Day 4 Chitraganta to Kuari Pass - Dhakwani (3637M )/9km trek /5-6hr trek)
Morning after yoga ,meditation and breakfast we proceed for the trek , 180 degree grand Himalayan panorama accompanies us through out this beautiful trek to Kuari Pass , ,you can enjoy packed lunch there the majestic views of 360 degree Himalayan panorama surrounds you when you reach the camp site in the evening , will be greeted by our smiling staff and aroma of fresh and hot meal.Dinner and overnight stay at Kuari Pass camp site Trek Garhwal Himalayas 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 , (7756 metres) Barmal- Trishuli, Dronagiri, Mana peak, Neelkanta, (6596 metres) Bethartoli, Barhmal , Hanuman peak, Changbang, Kalanka , Nanda Ghunti , Nanda kot, and Kamet and Nandadevi
Day 5- Dhakwani to Sinyartoli (5 to 6 hours).
Morning after yoga ,meditation and breakfast we start our trek to Sinyartoli , The meadows mark the upper limit of the mixed oak and pine forest it’time for a short break before we descend to a side river There follows another ascent and descent (again steep some places ) to a spectacular a waterfall before a gradual climb through the forest takes you Sinyartoli , .Dinner and overnight stay at camp
Day 6- Sinyartoli to Jhanji (5 6 hours).-
After yoga meditation and breakfast , trek down to Jhenji village , There is a large suspension bridge over the river before a 200-metre ascent to Jhanji , a small pleasant village situated in the upper Brithi Ganga Valley.,dinner and overnight stay at village home stay /camp
Day7- Jhenji to Ramni (5-6hours)
Morning after yoga,meditation and breakfast trek to Ramni village , dinner and over night stay at camp
Day 8-Ramni to sitel Camp to Sutol (5 hours)
Morning after breakfast trek to sutol village, Sanitary works Architecture and design Astrakhan Walk down diagonally across to the valley of Cross over to the other side of the valley and climb past the village of Sutol, reach the camp site and camp. Meals and overnight camp.
Day 9:- Sutol (2200 m) - Kukin Khal Pass (2900 m) – Wan 5-6hr trek ,
Morning after breakfast trek to further camp wan , A well-defined trail leads high above the Nandakini River and through several substantial villages. On this stage we can appreciate the intricate wooden carving of Ganesh (the elephant-headed god) in many of the houses as well as the simple Hindu temples that line the trail. In between the villages we enter oak and rhododendron forest as we make our way to our camp at Wan
Day 10 Wan (2450 m)- Bednibugyal -(5-6hr )
Morning breakfast trek up to BedniBugyal, The trail through the forest is steep in places.. It is a further 4hr across the meadows to the camp at Badni Bugyal.The alpine camp at Badni Bugyal (3350 metres) would rival the best in the Himalaya. To the west, the views of the Himalaya stretch as far as the peaks in the vicinity of Gangotri, while the Chaukhamba Range and the peaks beyond Joshimath are also visible. To the north, the peaks of Trisul (7120 metres) and Nanda Ghunti (6309 metres) rise above the alpine ridges.
Day 11 : Bedni Bugyal to Bhagubasa
Early morning breaksat trek up to 5-6 km to Bagubasa camp ,dinner and over night stay at camp
Day 12- Baguabasa - Roop Kund (5029 m) and back to Bednibugyal 18km trek , ,
Morning after yoga meditation and breakfast ,climb up to Roopkund lake , majestic Himalayan panorama accompanist as through out the walk , reached at lake side , about 5km trek to return to Bhoj Basa and a further 8 km more trek back to Badni Bugyal.,Dinner and overnight stay at Bhagubasa meadow
Roopkund lake Trek
is situated at a height of 5029m. in the lap of Trishul massif, called the 'Mystery lake' since human skeletons and remains of horses were found here. The lake, surrounded by rock strewn glaciers and snow clad peaks, is magnificent and enchanting. The 500 metre climb to the sacred lake of Rup Kund takes around two to three hours. En route there are some steep rocky sections just before Rup Kund, which may require a bit of scrambling to reach the lake.Rup Kund has no outflow and is covered in snow for 10 months of the year. If the waters arte not under snow you may witness human bones that legend has it are dated to a time when a party of pilgrims were trapped by bad weather in the 14th century. the main sources of the Nandakini River. From Rup Kund it takes
Day 13- Bedni Bugyal –Wan (2436M) (over night in camp)
From Wan the trail ascends to a meadow complete with a small temple with views of Trisul at the head of the valley.There follows a short descent to a small tributary, before we commence the ascent to Badni Bugyal.
Day 14-: Wan to Lohajung
After early Morning breakfast trek down to Lohajung , dinner and over night stay at village home stay .
Day 15- Drive to Naini Tal (8 to10 hours).
Morning early breakfast drive to Nanital , taxi will take a full day to Naini Tal. At first the road descends to the Pindar valley before crossing the ridges of the Himalayan foothills to Naini Tal, dinner and over night stay at hotel in nanital
Day 16 Drive to Kathgodam, train to Delhi
From Naini Tal we drive down to the plains and the station at Kathgodam to board our early morning train to Delhi. We arrive in Delhi by mid afternoon ,evening free for sightseeing to Indian Bazar , dinner and over night stay in hotel
Day 17 Morning sightseeing Delhi evening transfer to Airport …
We have most of the day free to complete last minute shopping and sightseeing. rest rooms will be provide ,after dinner departure to Airport ,


Price Includes:
1. All land transfers as per above itinerary
2. Conservation entry permits, fees for Trek
3. Night Hotel / Home stay accommodation on Twin Sharing Tent accommodation on twin Sharing during the Trek days
4. All meals in each day while on the trek /Journey (as per above itinerary). All program according to itinerary on full board
5. Fully escorted trek with license holder local trekking guide
6. Mules for trekking luggage
7. Trekking crew charges (attractive salary and wages), equipment charges and other facilities to Uttarakhand trekking staff
8. Insurance for the guide and porter
9. All charges for tents, sleeping bags, mattress, kitchen tent, toilet tent, camping stool, etc
10. Rentals for walking sticks
11. All taxes
12. We will show you a special video documentaru / film required for various tours
13. A special token gift: from "HIMALAYAN SNOW RUNNER"
Price Excludes:
1. Travel Insurance (this is a mandatory condition of booking)
2. Any other kind of insurance
3. Costs and expenses for medical evacuation or otherwise in case of any emergency.
4. Meals – other than breakfast lunch and dinner as indicated in the itinerary above.
5. Mineral water and other beverages / drinks.
6. Any kind of personal expenses / bills.
7. Any drinks, tips for the guide and porter etc Anything which is not mentioned above .

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