The Kuari pass, currently based in the Garhwal Himalaya, is a 33-kilometer journey that includes stops in highly regarded important religious cities such as Rishikesh, Devprayag, Joshimath, as well as Haridwar. The trek is famous for the second highest peak in India, Mount Nanda Devi. This is the place to be. This 12,516 ft. high walk also provides a panoramic view of the top of Dronagiri, Chitrakantha, Chaukhamba, and Tali. The interspersed wilderness, the beautiful rhododendron-flowing forests with oak trees, and the path are even more charming. During your hike, you can also admire the amazing view from the holy rivers such as Alaknanda and Bhagirathi.
Joshimath Day I Drive Haridwar
Elevation: 2,050 m.
256 km, about 10 hours drive
Trekkers will be selected for a Tata Sumo or like a vehicle from Haridwar at 6:30 am (cost is included)
Breakfast and lunch can be enjoyed (exclusive of charges)
On a long journey from Haridwar to Joshimath, you will encounter several fascinating views of the cities that cross your path during your journey.
Joshimath Dhak Day 2 and Dhak Trek
You’ll be heading to the 12 km drive (2.050m) from Joshimath, Dhak village.
The trail is a combination of steep and gradual ascent and mainly passes through villages.
Take the delicious Hot Camping Lunch
You’ll see some of Dronagri, HathiParvat, GoriParvat, and beautiful peaks
From Dhak Village you’re going to start trekking to the Gulling Top camping, a 5km trek.
The amazing views of the summits, the grasslands, and much more will be discovered as the tour continues.
Enjoy staying in tents overnight.
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Day 3 Trek Gulling Altitude to Camp: 3,350m/11,000ft
Hike 5.5 km, about 5 hours
Through the steep uphill, through oaks, rhododendrons, and walnut forests (most of the pink and white).
When you see the beauty of this dark forest and nature, you will be amazed.
Discover the delicious camping lunch.
Stay in a camp overnight.
4th day trek, pass through Khullara to Camp Kuari, return to Trek’s Camp Kuari Pass
Trekking about 7-8 km, 5-6 hours (3-4 km each way)
Take a tasty breakfast before you head for the trek.
The first half is a steep climb and the second half a gradual climb.
In the winter you will be witnesses of the wide wet wetlands with the golden to the light green grass covering.
Go to Khullar Top with the iced stream to a broken bridge (12,200 ft)
Take the Kuari (Strenuous climb) from the broken bridge (12,500 ft)
There is no water source on the route, it is better to carry enough water.
5th day Camp – I to Dhak Dorf and Joshimath drive Day
Elevation: 2,050 m.
Discover Camp’s delicious morning breakfast.
Start your journey to the village of Dhak when you have breakfast, 11km trek.
Take the same route from the village of Dhak to Joshimath.
A packed lunch will be served
At the end of the afternoon, it’s going to be a 7-hour journey to Joshimath.
Once you get there, you can have dinner and snacks in Joshimath.
Tugasi and Dhak are supplied with clean drinking water to fill your bottles
You spend the night in the Guest House for one day
Joshimath Drive to Haridwar Day 6
The tour starts at 6 a.m. and ends at around 6 p.m.
Breakfast and lunch are served exclusively for a route at the roadside inn.
Note: Between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. on day 7, you will reach Haridwar. Anytime after 8 p.m., you can reserve your journey.
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How to reach there
From Mumbai or Delhi, visitors may fly directly from Dehradun, or from anywhere in India to connect flights. From outside the airport, local vehicles can be taken from Dehradun via the road to Haridwar. Railways Reach Haridwar – Haridwar Junction (IST Code: HW) Train connection with Delhi (4-5 hours) and Dehradun frequent trains (1 hour). A few trains to Rishikesh are also available each day. Haridwar is well connected to all major cities and towns via highways, so that people can take a bus to Haridwar smoothly, according to their choice and solace. Overall, it is a trek which will create an impact in your hearts. You will want to go there time and again.