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Haridwar – Auli (2450 m, Drive of 280 km, 8-9 hour)
Start your tour by meeting at the Haridwar railway station at 7:00 AM and from here drive to Auli. This drive will surpass through the holy townships of Devprayag and Rudraprayag as you follow the rivers of Ganga and Alaknanda. Arrive at Auli and unwind at a lodge arranged for you where you can spend the night.
Auli – Khulara (3225m, 6 hour trek)
Start your day by relishing a delectable breakfast and after a short drive of 5kms, reach the point where the trek starts from where you can begin hiking to Khulara. Cut through Auli meadows that make an ideal skiing location. On the way, capture sights of Nanda Devi peak and other majestic mountains. From the meadows, continue trekking through verdant forests thriving with a variety of bird species and reach the beautiful prairies of Gurson. Climb down to arrive at another expanse of thickets with Oak, Chestnut, Deodar and Maple trees. Post this you will arrive at the campsite of Tali but continue onwards for a couple of more hours. After a long walk, reach Khulara’s camp flourished with a meadow and sights of mountainous landscapes. Set up camp here in tents and retire for the night under the star-lit sky.
Trek from Khulara – Kuari pass (3650 m) – Base of Pangarchula Peak (3650 m, 6-7 hour trek)
Begin with an early breakfast after which you can start your Kuari pass trekking climbing up pastures painted in several of colours of green and dotted with shepherds and their sheep grazing around. Continue hiking for another 3 hours to reach Kuari Pass. Thereafter you can either head towards Kuari pass directly or to another vantage point for scenic scenes of the environs. Post this, climb down to the base camp of Pangarchula peak where you will get the chance to marvel at several peaks such as Chaukhamba, Kedarnath, Neelkanth, Haathi-Ghodi, Kamet, Mana and Dronagiri. At the base camp, settle down in your tents for the night.
Base Camp – Pangarchula Peak (4700 m) – Base camp/Khulara (7-8 hour trek)
Begin your day early at about 5:00 AM with a hearty breakfast after which you can start your day’s trek by ascending slopes of mountains to arrive at a ridge taking you to the summit. This challenging climb passes through uneven rocky terrains. Walk across deep snowy routes and due to the early start, get awe-struck by the clear mesmeric views around dawn. On this route to the top of the peak, the Nanda Devi, Trishul, Changabhang peaks are a spectacle to the eye. Spend some time feasting your eyes with the marvels before you after which you can resume walking down to the camp. Upon reaching the camp, have a celebration for the success of the trek and unwind here. You can even opt to trek down to Khulara if you arrive early at the base camp. Spend the night in the comfort of your tent.
Trek from Base camp/Khulara – Dhak (2000 m, 3.5 – 5.5 hour trek) – Drive from Dhak – Auli (Drive of 45 minutes)
Start your day with a delicious breakfast and then head on out for a trek towards the road linking Joshimath to Niti-Malari valley. Hike all the way to Dhak through dense thickets and charming villages. You can even make a pit stop at the villages of Tugasi and Kharsi in order to learn more about the locals and their indigenous culture. From Dhak make a car journey to Auli where your lodge awaits you with a warm meal and a steam shower. This is where you can reside at night.
Auli – Haridwar/Rishieksh (Drive of 280 km, 8-9 hour)
After breakfast drive down to Haridwar and bid adieu to Auli’s snowy environs. Continue onwards to your destination bringing this exciting Pangarchula Peak trek via Kuari Pass comes to an end.
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