Area : Kumaun Himalayas
Duration : 14 Days.
Altitude: 5630 mtr.
Grade: Moderate to tough
Season: July – Mid October
Danu Dhura (kafani Coll) Altitude-5630 m is a mountain pass through the Himalayas located between Nanda Devi and Nanda Kot peaks in the Uttarakhand state in the districts of Pithoragarh and Bageshwar in India. It is situated at the end of Pindari glacier and links Pindari valley to Milam valley (Lawan Gad) and is said to be very difficult to cross. The pass was reached in 1830 by G.W. Traill, the first British Deputy Commissioner of Kumaon division. In 1926, it was crossed by Hugh Ruttledge.
1st Day : Kathgodam to Almora 120 km ,3 hr.
2nd Day : Almora to Khati village(2210m) 145 km,5 hr,5 km trek.
3rd Day : Khati village to furkiya camp (3010 m) 17 km trek.
4th Day : Furkiya camp to 0 point (3480 m) 7 km trek.
5th Day : Rest & Accumtization day
6th Day : 0 point camp to Lamcheer camp(1) (4600m)
7th Day : Rest and rope fix in kafni coll.
8th Day : Lamcheer camp (1) To Camp (2) Kafni call cross day.
9th Day : Camp 2 to Salang ABC cross salag glacier (4700m).
10thDay : Camp ABC to Salang base camp(4200m).
11thDay : Salang base camp to martoli village (3200m)18 km.
12thDay : Martoli village to Nahar devi camp 19 km trek.
13thDay : Nahar devi camp to Munsyari (2220m)21 km drvie,17 km trek.
14thDay : Munsyari to Kathgodam 285 km ,8 hr drive and departure.
• All land transport of members as per the itinerary
• Services of Mountain guides
• All meals during the trip
• Group climbing gears
• Kitchen dining & member tents
• Climbing permits
• One Night Hotel Accommodation at Uttarkashi (to & fro).
• Porterage of all supplies & personal baggage of not more than 20 kgs.
• A UIAA certified first aid responder & experienced Indian mountain guide
• Personal porters
• Any kind of Insurance
• Individual climbing gear & rentals (sleeping bag, mattress, harness, carabiners, slings, jumar, helmet etc.)
• Any costs arising from early departure from the expedition
• Any extra costs incurred caused in the event of finishing the expedition early
• Expenses of personal nature like laundry, phone calls, beverages, insurance & tips.
• Tips for local guides or porter
• Any cost arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, landslides, road condition and any other circumstances beyond our control.
Up to 30 Days:- 90% of Trek/adventure program cost will be refunded.
Between 21 – 30 Days: – 60% of Trek/Adventure/Tour/Travel/Hotel program cost will be refunded.
Between 20 – 11 Days: – 30% of Trek/Adventure/Tour/Travel/Hotel program cost will be refunded.
Less than 10 Days: – No refund. – See more at: http://gohimalayas.com/refund-policy/
1. Backpack of 50 -60 ltrs and Daypack of 20 ltrs.
2. Good Quality Trekking Shoes with extra pair of shoes
3. Sunglasses, Cap/Hat, towel etc.
6. Full sleeve Sweater
7. Track pants
8. Water Bottle
9. Full sleeve warm Jacket
10. Rain coat lightweight
11. Warm Gloves
12. Camera, Memory Card,Batteries, Power bank
13. Head Light or torch
14. Personal toiletries & Sun lotion, vaslene etc.
15. Personal Medication if any
16. Sleek(light-weight) blanket
Kathmandu and Nagarkot Tour)| Maps
Nagarkot, a small resort hill station in the Kathmandu Valley, Located 20 miles (32 kilometers) from Kathmandu, offers some of the best views of the surrounding Himalayan Mountain Range. Outdoors enthusiasts flock to this mountain outpost not only for the views but also for the serenity. Here thick pine forests and verdant valleys offering plenty of hiking opportunities will surround travelers. Those interested in trekking should consider hiking back out of Nagarkot to Kathmandu or even hike on to their next destination.
Nagarkot can be enjoyed as a long day trip, or better yet, an overnight getaway so you can watch the sunrise light up the surrounding peaks. If you can withstand the cold, a visit between October and March almost guarantees clear skies and views as far as the peak of Mt Everest. The monsoons of June, July, and September bring clouds and obstructed views at best.