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Black Peak (Kalanag)
Black Peak Expedition is one of the Popular Expedition among Mountaineer, this peak also known as Kala Nag (Black Cobra). Kalanag or Black Peak (6,387 m) is the highest peak in the Saraswati (Bandarpunch) mountain range, others being Saraswati Devi Parvat (Bandarpunch I, 6,316 m) and Hanuman Parvat (White Peak or Bandarpunch II, 6,102 m). It literally means “Black Cobra”. It is close to the Ruinsara Valley. The peak was first summited in 1955 by JMT Gibson an English master at the Doon School in Dehradun.

Black peak(Kalanag) Expedition

Black Peak Expedition passes through Har ki Doon Valley, Ruinsara Valley which is popular amongst trekkers and every year thousands of trekker visits here. Sankari is the Last road head for this expedition and from there we have to pass through Taluka, Seema, Osla Villages, these villages is still full culture, Tradition, and Agriculture, this route follows many treks and Expeditions like Harki Doon, Bandrpunch base camp, Borasu Pass, Damdar Kandi Pass,  Bali pass trek  and Banderpunch, Swargarohini peak expedition, etc,

Trek Details 

Duration                : 16 Days Level:Challenging Trek
Region                     : Uttarakhand (Garhwal Himalayas)
Max                           : Altitude reached:6387 mts/20955 ft
Best Time               :May-June, Sept- Oct

 

Itinerary

Day 01 :  Dehradoon To Sankri  (225 kms/6 hrs Approx)

Day 02:  Sankri  to Taluka :

DAY 03: Taluka – osla (2560m.)

DAY 04: Osla – Ruinsara Tal (3350m.)

Day  05: Ruinsara Taal – Kyarkoti (Base Camp) 3500m

Day 06: Base Camp – Camp 1 (4600m) – Load Ferry

Day 07: Base Camp – Establish Camp 1

Day 08: Camp 1 – Camp 2 (5100m)  – Load Ferry

Day  09: Camp 1 – Established Camp 2

Day 10: Camp 2 – Camp 3 (5500 m)

Day 11: Camp 3 – Summit Attempt (6387m/20950ft)

Day 12: Reserve Day for Summit.

Day 13: Reserve Day for Summit.

Day 14: Summit Camp to – Base camp

Day 15: Rest day

Day 16: Base camp – Osla

Day 17: Osla – Taluka – Sankri

Day 18: Sankri – Dehradun and depart for Delhi.

Trek Details 

Duration                : 16 Days Level:Challenging Trek
Region                     : Uttarakhand (Garhwal Himalayas)
Max                           : Altitude reached:6387 mts/20955 ft
Best Time               :May-June, Sept- Oct

 

Itineraries

Day 01

Dehradoon To Sankri (225 kms/6 hrs Approx)

Day 02

Sankri to Taluka :

Day 03

Taluka – osla (2560m.)

Day 04

Osla – Ruinsara Tal (3350m.)

Day 05

Ruinsara Taal – Kyarkoti (Base Camp) 3500m

Day 06

Base Camp – Camp 1 (4600m) - Load Ferry

Day 07

Base Camp – Establish Camp 1

Day 08

Camp 1 – Camp 2 (5100m) - Load Ferry

Day 09

Camp 1 – Established Camp 2

Day 10

Camp 2 – Camp 3 (5500 m)

Day 11

Camp 3 – Summit Attempt (6387m/20950ft)

Day 12

Reserve Day for Summit.

Day 13

Reserve Day for Summit.

Day 14

Summit Camp to – Base camp

Day 15

Rest day

Day 16

Base camp – Osla

Day 17

Osla – Taluka – Sankri

Day 18

Sankri – Dehradun and depart for Delhi.

*We provide all kinds of technical gears of Mountaineering.

*Accommodation (Hotel) in Uttarkashi and Gangotri & Other places Camping.

* We also provide porters for expedition and in case if anyone wants their own personal porter then the one will be charged extra for it.

* All meals during Trek, Map Plan in Hotels.

* All Kind of Permission (IMF, Forest, State Govt.)

* Guide, Mountaineer, Cook & Staff.

* Safety Equipment: Oxygen Cylinder, Pulse meter, Oximeter, BP meter.

* Technical Equipment: Rope, Carabineer, Jummar, Walkie-Talkies,  Snow Stag, Pittons, Crampons, Snow Boots, Ice Axe, Gaiter Etc.

* Transport Ex Dehradun

 

* Personal Expense

* Personal Clothing include down jacket, Rain Cover, Rain Sheet, or Umbrella   Rucksack.

* Personal Nature like Sunscreen, Lotion etc..

* Any personal Medicine if any

* Any Extra Expenses due to Natural Calamities like bad weather, Road Blockage,   or anything which beyond control.

* Travel to & fro from Uttarakashi

* GST 5%

* Personal Insurance which cover Emergency Evacuation

 

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