‘Kagbhusandi’ this word meaning Kag =Crow, Bhusandi means : to die. Crow goes here to die. This trek situated in Chamoli District of Uttarakhand in lapof Hathi Parvat& Ghora Parvat & its near to Valley of Flower. Altitude 5230 mts. Read More
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‘Kagbhusandi’ this word meaning Kag =Crow, Bhusandi means : to die. Crow goes here to die. This trek situated in Chamoli District of Uttarakhand in lapof Hathi Parvat& Ghora Parvat & its near to Valley of Flower.
Altitude 5230 mts. Best time to visit may to June, September to October Type of trek High altitude trek Duration 10 Days Base Govind Ghat This is a small oblong lake with emerald green water. It is at an altitude of 5230 mts., near Kankul Pass(5230 mts.), and is almost a kilometer in length. Myriad blossoms decorate its banks during the season, a wildest profusion of colours make the trekker forget the hardships and the exhaustion of the trek. Set in the lap of Hathi Parvat (6730 mts.), the lake can be approached either from Bhiundhar village, near Ghangria, or from Vishnu Prayag. The trek from the former is a little easier in gradient, but is longer.
Region : Chamoli District, Uttarakhand
Days required : 7Night/8 Days
Trek Grade : Difficult
Altitude : 5300 m.(9000 ft.)
Best Time of Trek : May & June, Sep &Oct
Trekking distance : 48 Kms.
Nearest Village : Bhyundar
Motorable road : Govindghat
Nearest Rail head : Deharadun (210 km)/Rishikesh (243kms)/Haridwar
Nearest Airport : Dehradun
Rishikesh to Govindghat (270 km ) – 8 .5 HoursOn the first day of your trek, you’ll be driving from Rishikesh to Govindghat (1,828 m)via Joshimath. The entire journey takes you through the mountain side, with the river Ganges flowing below you. You also get to witness the confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Bhagirathi to form riverGanges. Govindghat is located in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. This place is a base for many treks including Kuari Pass, Pangarchula Peak, and Valley of flowers.
Govindghat to Bhyundar village (10km trek)Start early and mark your way towards Bhyundar village, the starting point of the trek to Kagbhusandi Lake. Though, there is steep climbing for the first hour of the trek, but it is easier in gradient later on. You will encounter rocky areas, glaciers, shrubs, rivers, etc on the first day of your trek. Enjoy the sounds of gushing water of River Alaknanda, while you move forward. The trail after Bhyundar village passes through dense bear-infested rhododendron forests. It is here that you’ll have a first glimpse of Hathi Parvat while moving towards Roopdhungi. Overnight stay in tents at Roopdhungi.
Bhyundar valley to Simartoli (6 km trek)Post breakfast, we move from Roop Dhungi to Simartoli, and later to Raj kharak. The entire trail is beautiful and soothing to eyes. You will be walking on a colorful route with variety of flowers blooming in full blossom and snow-clad Himalayan peaks in the background. Passing through Kargil, Simartoli, Bankbara, and Dang Khark we camp at Raj Khark for the day. These are all beautiful campsites for trekkers. A lot of shepherds from the nearby villages use this area as pastureland to graze their livestock.
Simartoli to Rajkharg (5km trek)
Rajkharg to kagbhushandi - Rajkharg (8km)
Rajkharg to Bhyundar valley – (10Km)
Bhyundar to Joshimath - (9km trek) 20km Drive.
Joshimath to Rishikesh. –(252 km) - 7.5 Hours
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