Kuari Pass Trek

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A standout amongst the most well known treks in the Indian Himalayan locale that is situated in the Garhwal Himalaya, the Kuari Pass trek attract a large number of pilgrims from everywhere throughout the world consistently. The course to Kuari Pass was once crossed by Lord Curzon in 1905 and thus the Kuari Pass trek is regularly named as ‘Ruler Curzon Trail’. The trek goes through the thick snow capped woodlands of oak and conifer, Rhododendron and birch, abounding with an assortment of creatures and winged animals life and NOT TO YOUR SURPRISE, you may even go over panther pugmarks or a Himalayan wild bear on this trail. The trek to Kuari Pass is in this manner associated with every single components of experience that sets out upon frequently and on steep rises and slips, tight and precarious ways and spouting streams. Further, the adventure is justified regardless of the exertion something you will soon acknowledge when you catch the pleasant silver skyline keeping parallel to the spotless blue sky. All through the trail you can basically treat your eyes on the astounding perspectives of the Trishul at 7,120 meters, Kedarnath at 6,968 meters, Kamet’s pyramid of stone 7,756 meters, Neelkanth at 6,596 meters, the square-beat summits of Gauri Parbat and Hathi Parbat, Badrinath, the frosty peak of Dunagiri, Rishikot, Changabang at 6,864 meters and the incredible twin crests of Nanda Devi at 7,740 meters.


The trek to Kuari Pass begins from Selu Bagar, which is a drive capable separation from Ghat. The trail from Selu Bagar heads to Ghunni, which is a short trek of roughly 2–3 hours. From Ghunni the trail snakes through a rich undulating scene that is had relations with a few types of snow capped trees and wild blossoms. You will likewise go over a little town, Ramni, which is occupied by a Himalayan tribe who are carrying on with an agreeable life brimming with hues and spirits. From that point, the trek to Kuari Pass gets to be strenuous as the trail proceeds with a lofty move to Jhinjhi town in transit to Vinayak Pass. All through the trail, from Ghunni to Jhinjhi that navigates through an open glade with dazzling perspectives of a portion of the Himalayan gems, one can outline the scene of Nanda Ghunti and Chaukhamba. Step by step the trip goes through the excellent backwoods of Rhododendron, trailed by field meadows for sheeps and dairy cattle with some traveling cottages. At Vinayak Pass one can visit the Ganesha sanctuary that is weaved with a petition banner. From Jhinjhi the trail proceeds with the waterway Birahi Ganga and prompts Pana town. From Pana the trek to Kuari Pass by means of Dakhwani cuts over each component of nature, thick woods, streams, changed scenes and untamed life making it really dreamlike. The trek downhill from Kuari Pass prompts Tali and from that point to Joshimath by means of Auli.


Kuari Pass Trekking Tour Highlights

♦ The rich green Gorson knoll

♦ Fantastic perspectives of 4 crests of Chaukhamba, Neelkanth, Mana, Kamet, Hathi, Ghodi, Trishul,

   Nandaghunti, Nanda Devi, Dunagiri

♦ Witness an antiquated exchanging course.

♦ Bone lake

♦ Verdant woods

♦ Panchachuli base camp

Best Time to Visit

Temperature in summer stays between 19̊C to 29̊C while in winter the temperature falls upto – 8̊C and the greatest temperature can go up to 12̊C. Hence, these two seasons are fit for the trek to Kuari Pass.

Climate in Kuari Pass

Summer: Kuari Pass Trek is best amid summer season beginning from April till mid-June. The quiet and satisfying summer sun makes the trek charming. Conveying Light woolens is adviced.

Rainstorm: In storm, the course gets to be sloppy and dangerous for the trekkers. It is ideal to abstain from trekking in this season.

Spring: Spring month’s mid-September to early November are viewed as best time to trek Kuari Pass. The trekking is fun with lavish greenery all around and the quiet climate.

Winter: The trek gets to be troublesome amid the winter season. Overwhelming woolen garments and shoes are must for trekking amid winter.


Where is the Kuari Pass?

Kuari Pass is situated in the region of Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, which is at a height of 4265 meters above ocean level. Kuari Pass is the major trekking destination in the Chamoli region of Uttarakhand. The Pass is at the focal point of the most fantastic locales of Garhwal and is known for its novel wild magnificence. The foundation underneath the valley is the passageway to the imposing Rishi Gorge, which was once considered un-vulnerable. Kuari Pass is has a moderate height of 12,200 feet yet it is packed with perspectives that are extraordinary. The outdoors grounds of Gulling, Chitrakantha and Tali are the significant attractions of the trek. The trails driving from Tali Top to Kuari Pass gives an impression of doing an entire an elevated campaign as one cross through grounds that are layered with snow. For the newbies, the Kuari Pass trek can be an enchanting background as the trek incorporates rock climbing, strolling through the thick backwoods and the snow-loaded trails.

How to Reach Kuari Pass?

Via Air: Happy Grant air terminal in Dehradun is the closest airplane terminal, which is 208Km from Nandprayag and 268Km from Joshimath.

By Rail: Rishikesh Railway Station is the closest rail-head, which is 191Km from Nandprayag and 251Km from Jolly Grant Airport.

By Road: Nandprayag and Joshimath is all around associated with different parts of Uttarakhand.

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