Pangarchulla Climb - 4575m
Pangarchulla Climb in Uttaranchal trekking is a nice climbing spot. Spring is the through the Pangarchulla peak this is the best time to trek. Pangarchulla peak is good introductory climb for novice trekkers.
After having all the winter snow , Pangarchulla becomes a beautiful climbing objective in spring. An easy low peak can give us a good feel of climb plodding and also amazing views of the high mountains with morning snow
A tour to Pangarchulla peak leads us to fewer challenges with loads of photo opportunities of the panoramic views. Our journey will start from New Delhi to Rishikesh. On first phase we will visit Rishikesh and Haridwar. Then after, we will move to the small town of Joshimath. To reach Tali, we will hire cable car and stay there in camps.
While going further, we will visit the ranges via Kuari Pass. Moving ahead from this we will find the famous advanced base camp. While going back to Khulara, there is a climb down to Tapovan and Pipalkoti, which is the last destination of our tour
Day 1: Travel from New Delhi to Rishikesh
Day 2: Travel from Rishikesh to Joshimath
Day 3: Drive from Joshimath to the Tali
Day 4: Tali to Khulara via Kuari pass
Day 5: Proceed to The Khulara Base camp
Day 6: Camp to Summit
Day 7: Drive Khulara to Tapovan
Day 8: Drive from Pipalkoti to New Delhi
- Nice climbing spot
- View of high mountains
- Ideal for adventures
- Abounds in natural beauty
- Pick up from the Airport / Railway Station
- Breakfasts, lunches and dinners
- Airport transfers
- Group medical kit
- Good quality accommodation
- Trek pack including sleeping bag, down or fiber filled jacket and insulated mat
- Private transportation
- All park entrance fees and trekking permits
- Porters to carry all personal and group equipment
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Travel from New Delhi to Rishikesh (this can take about five to six hours):-
We will start our first day journey from New Delhi to Rishikesh and then we will reach at Hardwar about 11:40 am. Then we check out into the hotel and camp in Rishikesh, meditation center, yoga capital of the world and bustling township and in the evening we explore all townships as well as on the bank of the river Ganga we attend all the evening prayers. Then we take our dinner and stay in the hotel at night.
Then we travel from Rishikesh to Joshimath (it can take about eight to nine hours to reach there)
After travelling about eight to nine hours it will take us to a country of Garhwal which is along with the Alanknanda river. Then after moving further, then the road keeps ascending to the small township of Joshimath, and which is one of the base for Indian army as well as for the Border police of Indian Tibet for this area. Then we spend our night in the Joshimath.
Day 3 :
Joshimath to the Tali (takes about five to six hours):-
After a drive of five to six hours will take a car up to ski slopes of Auli. Now we will have a chance to see a distinct profile of Nanda Devi at the head of the sanctuary. This walk will bring us rhododendron to reach the meadows of Gorson and also forests of oak. Noe from here the trek is steeply down into forests by a small water body of Tali our camp. We stay in hotel for overnight
Day 4 :
By using the way Kuari pass we reach Tali to Khulara(takes about five to six hours) :-
We get up early in the morning on the fourth day, then we will start with the trail which ascends the edge above Tali and the cairns mark our trek as such. There the trail leads through a large meadow affording spectacular views of the Himalayas which is just below the pass. The North of the Joshimath is the Narayan Parbat, Nilkanth, Chaukhanba range whereas some other peaks extends the Tibetan border such as Mana peak, Kamet and Abi Gamin peak. Then in the middle, the main Himalayan chain of the Bhyumdar valley and THERE Hem Kund includes the Ratanban, Ghori Parbat, Hathi Parbet as well as Nilgiri Parbat. The peak to the North of Nanda Devi Sanctuary dominates Dunagairi. There the Kuri pass is by no mean of any demanding.Then we take our lunch and go down from there after an hour to the base camp which is situated at Khulara and then in the evening we take the rest and also enjoy the dinner as well as the lovely atmosphere. Then we stay in the hotel at night.
The Khulara Base (One of the advanced base camp which can take about three to four hours to travel)
We take our breakfast and then after three to four hours drive will take us to an Advanced Base Camp. Then we will get ready with our all climbing gears and then we start plodding up towards the high camp.With great views of the high mountains,the most of the track will go on a moderate slope on snow covered the North face of mountain slopes.Then we will bring towards the advanced base camp after a short pass.We stay there in the base camp.
A camp to Summit and then back to the Khulara base camp (take about three to four hours)
On the Summit to take a glance of sunrise on wide Himalayan Panorama, we get up early in the morning to see it. In this place we will have a lot of opportunities to take photos.By this walk we will reach to the Summit and this would take a couple of hours. After that we will go back to the base camp to take the lunch.Then with delicious food we enjoy the evening party.
Day 7 :
Khulara to Tapovan (take about four to five hours) and then drive to Pipalkoti.
On this day we will be all the way down to the Tapovan and it will take three hours to drive and we comfortably reach to the hotel in Pipalkoti.
Pipalkoti to New Delhi
After taking our breakfast, we will drive for about for eight hours. Then we came back to Haridwar and also we came back to New Delhi. So our trips end.
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