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This was a really great trek. We got the chance to see Ganges and Alaknanda river while travelling from Haridwar and Rishikesh. Our trek was stared on ...
the most difficult trek of all time for me. The himalayan terrain is too difficult to trek. so if you are going for the first time for trekking, i woul...
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Soaring above Joshimath, Auli huddled in the Himalayan Mountains of Uttarakhand, is a popular spot for skiing. This destination also opens up many other thrills. A delightful state-of-the-art and India’s longest cabe-car ride here gives you some great sights especially that of Nanda Devi, known as India's second highest peak.
The landscape is laced with coniferous and oak forests, lending in a distinct appeal. Coveted as The Land of Gods, Uttarakhand displays a dramatic terrain of lovely lakes, meandering rivers, mountains and rising Himalayan peaks.
You begin Gurson and Auli Trekking Expedition on a spiritual note as you drive through the holy towns of Haridwar,Rishikesh and along Ganges. The experience includes sauntering off for a trek to charming Parsari Village, ambling through the apple orchards, getting a glimpse of Nanda Devi, making way along snow covered meadows with great Himalayas ahead of you and unravelling the hot springs at Tapovan.
Temperature Range: Temperature varies from 12-17 °C, 0 to 5 °C and -5 to 0 °C. Please keep in mind that the above information is not exact and does not account for sudden changes.
Haridwar -Auli (2450m) (Drive/280km/8-9hrs)
On the first day, transfer from Haridwar to Auli. Savour the charming drive through the holy towns of Haridwar and Rishikesh and four of Panchprayags of Deoprayag, Rudraparayag, Karnprayag and Nandprayag. The route takes you along Ganges and Alaknanda.
Reach the lodge by evening and check-in. Take in the great views of Alaknanda Valley and the stunning Himalayan snow-clad peaks. If time permits, you can amble through the apple orchards or unwind at the lodge itself. Overnight will be spent at the lodge, your Auli and Gurson snow trek begins tomorrow.
Auli - Parsari (3000 M) –ITBP -Auli (Trek/4-5hrs)
Dig into breakfast at the lodge and saunter off for a trek to charming Parsari Village and ITBP. Proceed with the trek and reach Auli sometime during the afternoon. Along the way lap up great sights of Himalayan giants that comprises Nanda Devi (India’s second highest peak), ski slopes of Auli, the Joshimath town and the Alaknanda Valley with the mesmeric Alaknanda River making way through it. Come evening and simply unwind at the lodge. Overnight can be spent at the lodge.
Auli -Gurson meadows (3350m)–Auli (Trek /5-6hrs)
This refreshing day, drive to Auli where the fun of cable car awaits. The ropeway opens up great sights and experience of the place. Reach the top most level through the cable car from where you commence your trek to Gurson top. Delight in making way along snow covered meadows with great Himalayas ahead of you. Reach Gurson top, a vantage point where you can feast your eyes on the great Nanda Devi. Enjoy some moments at this charming spot and head back towards the lodge sometime in the afternoon. Relax once you reach there. Overnight will be spent in the lodge.
Auli - Dhak Village - Khulara - Dhak Village -Auli(Trek/ 7-8hrs)
Indulge in breakfast and drive to Dhak Village. Once here, trek towards Khulara. The trail is a fetching one that will take you charming Himalayan settlements. Pass beyond the village of Karchi and arrive at the meadows above the village. Come afternoon and trek back to Dhak Village and hop on to your vehicle. Unravel the hot springs at Tapovan and later drive back to the lodge. Overnight will be spent at the lodge.
Auli - Haridwar (Drive/280km/8-9hrs)
Post breakfast drive down to Haridwar. Your Gurson and Auli Trekking Expedition ends here.
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Rated : 5.0
This was a really great trek. We got the chance to see Ganges and Alaknanda river while travelling from Haridwar and Rishikesh. Our trek was stared on 2nd day and we got to see the amazing sights of Nanda Devi which is India second highest peak. The trekking experience was fun despite being tedious. Apart from the weather, the trek was indeed an enjoyable experience. Everything was well arranged from transportation to food. Would love to go for more treks in Himalayan region.
Rated : 5.0
the most difficult trek of all time for me. The himalayan terrain is too difficult to trek. so if you are going for the first time for trekking, i would recommend that you go on some of the normal treks and then try this one. But it is one unforgettable trek I had. really had a chilling and amazing time.
Rated : 5.0
Good experience.It is a really difficult trek and I would defnitiely appreciate the operators for conducting the trek smoothly and managing things well. Really loved it.
Rated : 5.0
We started from Haridwar where our pickup was ready. After crossing Rishikesh we reached our destination. We stayed in a decent lodge and I was mesmerized by the snow caped views of Himalayas. Next day we trekked to a beautiful village and reaches Auli. In Auli we went for the cable car ride and reached top point of our trek. Cable Car experience was amazing as we can see the snow covered mountains from the top. We trekked for 3 days and passed some of the beautiful and remote villages. Food was ok and iur guide give attention to every member of the group. This was first group trek and would recommend others this trek. Thanks for amazing trip.
Rated : 5.0
Had an amazing experience. All around me was just snow and nothing. Though they have the fixed trails, but because of the high quantity of snow, it was very difficult to find out the trails as everything was covered with snow. But we really enjoyed alot. The food was very delicious during the trek. I recommend that you carry alot of woolen clothes on trek.
Rated : 5.0
Very cold and chilling atmosphere. It was all snow around us. Please carry alot of woolen clothes and good quality shoes with you during the trek because the terrain is so rough and you would require quality shoes with you.
Rated : 4.0
An unforgettable experience for me. this was the first time I got to see the snow and I loved it. During our trek, we also get the chance for snow fall. Took, lots of pics to keep the memories. thanks to the operator for such an amazing experience. It is worth the money
Rated : 4.0
I had a good time But people please listen: If you have any kind of respiratory problem, please avoid the trek as the oxygen level gets really low in some places. With us there was an asthmatic patient. He got ill during the trek and had to be sent back to the base camp. So, if you have any respiratory problem and are coming for the trek, get yourself check by the doctor and then come.
Rated : 5.0
It is very difficult trek people. So, I would recommend that you go on a few normal to diffucult treks and then try this. Climbing on snowy mountains is not everyone's cup of tea.
Rated : 5.0
Amazing trek. It was the toughest trek of my life ever. I am going on treks from past two years and have explored almost all of the India. but this was my experience in the Himalayas. REally difficult one. But loved it a lot and I am happy that I could complete it.
You can embark on this trek all year around, try to avoid it during monsoon seasons of July to August to avoid flash floods. It’s warm during March to June and during winter seasons of November to February you will witness snowfall and thick blankets of snow for skiing and other activities.
You need to be in good physical condition before the start of the trek. You should be able to jog 4.5 kms in 30 minutes to make your lungs strong to bear the high altitudes. Minimum age for this trek is 12 years.
It can get extremely cold and windy with temperature ranging from max 10 degrees celsius to min –10 degrees celsius with snowfall and wind-chill.
This destination receives heavy to moderate snowfall from mid november onwards.. Thick blankets of snow cover the area making it magcal and beautiful and a perfect destination for a variety of snow activities like skiing.
The Auli Gorson Snow Trek is an enthralling experience for first timers. A guide and trekking head will be there throughout for hands on guidance and help at any point of the trek.
Good quality and sturdy trekking shoes that cover your ankles. Refrain from usong sport shoes for your own safety and the trails are uneven and tricky hence requiring good grip trekking shoes. If you are buying new shoes for your trek, please remember to use them for at least a month before you commence your holiday.
Make sure to carry warm and comfortable clothing as temperature can drop, pack good quality trekking shoes, slippers and extra pair of socks. It’s advisable to carry sunscreen lotion or any other skin moisturisers as the sun at the top can be harsh. Water bottles and energy bars/snacks are advisable. A Flashlight (with spare batteries) will help once the sun goes down and it’s always smart to carry insect repellent and emergency medical kit.
All your meals are included in this trek. You will be served a perfect nutritional balance of Indian vegetarian and non vegetarian food during this trek. Himalayan water is considered a clean and mineral water but to be on the safe side you will get boiled water with chlorine tablets.
Yes you can embark on this trek as a solo traveller, there will be a guide and a trek head who will provide you undivided attention and guidance along with an enthusiastic bunch of trekkers who you will join.
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