Kuari Pass Trek

6D – 5N | Dehradun to Dehradun

₹ 9500 ₹ 13,500

5% GST Extra

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↬ Description

The name “Kuari pass” literally translates to “doorway.” Lord Curzon was the one who first investigated what is now commonly referred to as the Curzon path. The pass is located at an elevation of 12750Ft above sea level. The journey takes travellers through untouched forests of rhododendron, oak, and deodar, all of which are blanketed in snow. The Kuari Pass hike is one that offers a wide variety of terrain and scenery. When you are walking along this trail, you will find that you are doing so beneath a beautiful marquee of trees. It consists of a succession of woods and open fields. All of the mountains’ peaks, including Kamet, Dronagiri, Trishul, Bertholi, Hathi Ghodi Parvat, Mana, and Neelkanth, stand imposingly. Trekking through the Kuari Pass is a fantastic option for hikers of all experience levels, from novices to seasoned veterans. Beginners will have the opportunity to learn everything about trekking and experience the Himalayas due to the fact that the course of the walk is not particularly difficult. The Kuari pass walk is the most effective approach for experienced hikers to recharge their batteries. The greatest time to do the Kuari Pass journey is between the months of December and March, when the whole path is blanketed with snow. Stay on this page to get more information, such as the route map, itinerary, temperature chart, reviews, images, and videos pertaining to the Kuari Pass pass trip. Keep scrolling to see blogs on hiking the Kuari Pass.

↬ Itinerary

Day 1: Drive from Haridwar to Joshimath

You need to go to Joshimath as quickly as you can. If you are interested in using our transport services, we will gather in Haridwar at nine in the morning and then travel to Joshimath. You might choose to spend the night in a guest home or a hotel in Joshimath, or you can just take in the breathtaking scenery of the Joshimath evening.

Day 2: From Joshimath to Dhak village and trek to Gulling camp

Following breakfast, we get on the road and make our way to Dhak Village to start our journey around 7:30 in the morning. You should always have a jacket on hand in case you end up needing it, but if the weather is great, all you really need is a t-shirt and a fleece. You will have to make your way up some rocky and dusty paths to reach the settlement of Tugashi, where you will locate your first water source. You may get a glimpse into the life of the residents as they go about their business in this charming small community. As you make your way up from the settlement of Tugashi, the terrain will change, and you will find yourself strolling through a beautiful oak forest. A clearing or a meadow might appear in the middle of a forest every once in a while.

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↬ Inclusion

  • From Day 1 through Day 6 of your walk, you will be sleeping in various hotels and tents.
  • All meals are provided, beginning with the first night’s dinner and ending with breakfast on day six. On all days of the walk, we provide simple, healthy vegetarian meals.
  • We will provide for round-trip transportation from Dehradun to Dehradun
  • Trekking permits and camping expenses in the woods are all accounted for.
  • Tents and sleeping bags of the highest quality will be provided at each camp. Fortunately, we have high-altitude sleeping bags that are good down to ten degrees Celsius.
  • Gaiters, microspikes, and ropes are available.

↬ Exclusion

  • Costs associated with carrying personal items, such as luggage, on the hike.
  • The term “emergency costs” refers to any and all costs that crop up as a direct consequence of a crisis.
  • There will be no access to bottled water at any point throughout the walk.
  • Cost of transportation from Dehradun to Joshimath (between 1000 and 1500 INR)

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