Nandadevi Trekking - Outter buffer zone trek Nanda devi Sanctuary
Pioneer Adventure Tour Operators
in India specialized in Fixed Departure and tailor made adventure
trips thorough out the Indian Himalayas
Pioneer Adventure Tour Operators in India specialized in Fixed Departure and tailor made adventure trips thorough out the Indian Himalayas
Trekking season in indian himalaya : The most popular treks name as Nanda devi Trekking
Spread over a width of an average 250 kms the weather varies dramatically over different regions. The weather in the subcontinent is almost entirely dependent on the monsoons, winds blowing from the southwest of India and the adjacent areas bringing heavy rainfall in the continent, typically in the months of June to September.
Summer, mid March to end June, known as the pre-monsoon season is the one of the best time to trek and climb as there are long days of nice, pleasant weather. The snow lines are quite low early on in this season as the winter snow just starts to melt.
Monsoon, early July to Mid September, is when the entire country (except the Trans Himalayas Lahaul Spiti in Himachal and Ladakh) is drenched with rain water and covered with thick envelope of clouds. Perfect time to be in the TransHimalayan land as it wakes up after a long cold winter.
Autumn, the post- monsoon season starts by late September and carries on till end November. Since everything is washed out in the monsoons and it is relatively cooler this period offers clear views of the mountain ranges.
Winter is quite severe all across the Himalayas, especially in the higher reaches. It generally arrives by early December and continues till mid March. Good time to be in the Lesser Himalayas to get the starkling clear distant views
Nandadevi Trekking - outter buffer zone trek Nanda devi
India is a vast country with the Himalayan Range forming its northern boundary. Its climate and geography are complex, so when considering your trip you need to plan carefully where to go, when to go and what your budget is. The initial experience of India - the heat, the noise and the street life, the vibrant colours and the multitudes of people - may bewilder and exhaust the first - time visitor, but the country and its people are friendly and hospitable. Once you have spent some time here everything will fall into place, and you will be amply rewarded with your first glimpse of the Himalayan peaks, one of the most spectacular mountain ranges in the world.
Take a look at our existing easy, moderate and demanding itineraries or contact us to arrange a trek to suit your needs. Read our typical day trekking to learn more about these trips
Day 1 : Delhi to Rishikesh (330m) 5-6hrs. Board the morning Shatabdi
Express departing New Delhi at 7am. Reach Hardwar at 11:30 am. Transfer to the
hotel in Rishikesh, a bustling pilgrim township, a popular meditation centre
and the Yoga Capital of the world. After lunch, optional rafting on the Ganga
till short of Rishikesh. Evening explore the township and attend the aarti
(evening prayers) by the banks of the river Ganga. Overnight hotel.
Day 2 : Drive Rishikesh to Ghat (1330m) 7-8 hrs.
The drive takes one into the rugged country of the Garhwal along the Alaknanda river. Going past a few holy confluences and then finally into the narrow valley of Nandakini we reach Ghat, the road head for the trek in the evening.
Day 3 : Ghat Ramni / Ghunni (2550m) 6-7 hrs.
For the first half the trail goes along the river and then finally starts climbing from the river bottom, some parts being quite steep. We camp just above the fairly large village of Ramni in a nice grassy patch and visit the village in the evening.
Day 4 : Ghunni Sem Kharak (2400 m) 5-6 hrs
The trail starts climbing up to the pass, crosses a lot of small tributary rivers and waterfalls including one which offers a great opportunity for a shower. After a steady climb we arrive a small pass called Ramni pass (3060m) which offers views of Kuari Pass and then we descend gradually to the grazing meadows of Sem Kharak.
Day 5 : Sem Kharak Pana (2450m) 5-6 hrs
From Sem kharak we descend down to the suspension bridge over the Birthi Ganga then climb up again to another prosperous village of Pana
Day 6 : Pana Dhakwani (3341m) 6-7 hrs
Option of camping at Sartoli (2980m), an hour and a half short of Dhakwani.
A few ascends, descends and traverses bring us close to the foot of the Kuari Pass. The trail comes out of the tree line and goes through the grazing grounds in the meadow country to reach Dhakwani.
Day 7 : Dhakwani Khulara (3180m) 4-5 hrs
The trail is steep up to the Kuari Pass (3690m) and it takes about 2-3 hours to get there. Once we are up on the pass, the views are simply breathtaking, a wide panorama of high Himalayas - the Chaukhamba range, Nilkanth (6596m), and Abigamin (7355m) extend to the Tibetan border. In the middle foreground, the main Himalayain chain in the vicinity of the Bhyundar valley & Hemkund includes Nilgiri parbat (6474m), Rataban (6166m).
Day 8 : Khulara Tapovan (1850m) 5-6 hrs and drive to Pipalkoti (1330m)
The last day of the trek is all the way down to the Tapovan. Its about 3 hours drive from here to the comforts of the hotel in Pipalkoti.
Day 9 : Pipalkoti Delhi
After an early morning breakfast set out for the long 8 hr drive to reach Hardwar in the evening to board the evening Shatabdi Express leaving at 6:10 pm to be back in Delhi by 10:30 pm. Trip ends !
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