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Story by Vidhya Kapoor

 Rated : 5.0

As I close my eyes, I can vividly recall the moment when I reached the peak after a long trek full of patience. There were tears of joy. I’m truly blessed. Incredible India!

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Story by Achyut Tandon

 Rated : 5.0

What a trip man! New thrill, new challenges in every step. The trek to Kuari pass and Pangarchula peak in Auli was like one of those long roller coaster rides when you can actually feel the blood rushing through your veins.

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Story by Devagya Verma

 Rated : 5.0

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I thoroughly enjoyed this trek to Kuari Pass and Pangarchulla Peak which are the two most important sights to be visited in the Himalayas. I never had a plan to visit the Himalayas last year. But my friend forced to do something really crazy during the Dussehra holidays and finally we found this package on many websites and enquired about it many ways. When we got to know about this trek we was really happy and got ready to be a part of it at the earliest. The Garhwal region is absolutely beautiful. There were a lot of peaks with different names and different altitudes that could be seen throughout our trekking trails. Pine forests were the other attractions. Green meadows had their own contribution in making the whole region look marvelous even from a distance. Professional photographers will not leave the place at any point I think. That’s how the nature blessed the area. It was a complete package of fun, entertainment, adventure and thrill. Along with trekking, we did camping too at some base points. Some of the native people were involved in their day to day activities like cattle rearing, cultivation etc. The villages locating before the trekking points are really beautiful with identical huts and houses. Some of the faces I cannot forget ever. The innocence I found there in the villages will be in my mind forever. I heard the local food from those houses is very tasty but we could not taste it since the organizers had a plan of preparing a fixed quantity of food in the morning and at night. For lunch we had Maggi or bread or roti. But when we reached Auli, we tried some tea and snacks from a shop nearby and liked the very much. The people were warm and pleasant to the visitors. I think they are the best people I ever met. Kuari pass and the nearby locations created an amazing bond with me. I wished my family also could come with me then. I am planning for another trip soon with my family members to Kuari Pass and some more places.

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Story by Tara Trivedi

 Rated : 5.0

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Two most unique places in North India perfect for trekking are Kuari Pass and Pangarchula Peak. The ravishing beauties located at the top most portions create some of the amazing sights to be witnessed and photographed. I selected this trek to explore the significant places around the Himalayas and watch the blend of natural elements in the right proportion. I was stunned to see these two locations. Both these places are ideal for backpacking trips. Solo travelers would be enjoying the challenging routes very well. If you are perfectly fit, then these two landscaped places should be visited at least once in a lifetime. I have gone there during the normal season without the snow cover and all. But still its beauty was indescribable. The lush greenery and the meadows are the highlights at these two locations. The trekking trails are challenging and filled with difficulties at times. But I have enjoyed the complete routes very well. I have an interest of writing down my travel experiences. After coming back I wrote the detailed description of this trek and I found it was more interesting than I ever imagined. The route from Auli to Khulara was the most beautiful stretch of the whole trek. The region is home to many bird species and sheep and cattle flocks. Since there are large meadows, shepherds come in groups to let their flocks of cattle graze so peacefully. That was a mesmerizing sight for me. Kuari Pass trek trails also have similar sights to visit.

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Story by Bodhan Mehrotra

 Rated : 5.0

Suitable for group adventure, you will get to discover beautiful and snow terrain, mighty mountain peaks, lush green forests and some hot water springs too. Pangarchulla Peak trek via Kuari Pass in Auli is complete paradise for trekking lovers.

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Story by Dayaanidhi Devar

 Rated : 4.0

Kuari Pass & Pangarchula treks are the best treks that could be taken by anyone. They are perfect and awesome. The trip that last about six days is one of the best trips in this budget. If you are in Haridwar or happen to visit there, then take this trekking experience. This trek covers one of the most exquisite trek path and surroundings that will leave you spellbound for days together.

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Story by Brahmdev Somayaji

 Rated : 4.0

The trek was not too strenuous, suitable for slightly older people like me. Felt a little stiff every now and then, but the trek leader was very cooperative and would slow down to give me a few minutes of rest. Returned home safe and sound.

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Story by Sumitra Nehru

 Rated : 4.0

I had no idea what I was missing till I decided to book for my Kuari pass trek after spending a couple of weeks at Rishikesh and Hardwar. Luckily the sky was clear with bright sunshine, the terrain not too rugged, and its beauty simply took my breath away

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Story by Vasudev Sethi

 Rated : 4.0

It was truly an amazing experience and we fell in love with this beautiful place. This trip offered enough challenge and loads of photos opportunity with panoramic views. The pangatchulla peak is a beautiful climbing possibility near the well known kuari pass area. Just below the pass the trek leads pass through a large meadows, offering spectacular views of Himalaya. We enjoyed the panoramic views of great Himalaya peaks. On the way we found lush green meadows, water fall, snow capped mountain where we played with snow and had fun with friends and much more. After reaching summit, to see the sunrise over the Himalaya was just divine. The walk up to the summit would take a couple of hours. The peak is about 4775m and can have lots of snow till as late as May. The best snow climbing experience can be had in the month of April and May. Everything was so refreshing and rejoice.

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Story by Chaanakya Tandon

 Rated : 4.0

Excellent route. Panoramic view. Snow trails that feel like paradise, and the warmth of the innocent village folk. What more can you possibly ask for?

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Story by Chandrabhan Gupta

 Rated : 4.0

The seven days that I spent in this picturesque Kuari pass route will be etched in my mind forever. Coming back very soon, perhaps within a year. Felt the sheer bliss of heaven on earth!

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Story by Bhaaswar Chaturvedi

 Rated : 4.0

Oh! What a surreal, beautiful landscape to feast your eyes on! Mother Nature seems to have truly blessed this place with her endless bounties. How I wish I could resign from my boring job, leave everything and spend the rest of my life here amidst the forests.

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Story by Preity Sinha

 Rated : 4.0

was never much of an adventure person. Mostly spend my time in lazing around. This Kuari pass trek literally kept me on my toes. Never realized I could be so physically active! Enjoyed a lot.

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Story by Kumar Nambeesan

 Rated : 4.0

Amazing trekking at a remarkable height of 4700 meters. The views from the summit point of Pangarchulla can not be explained in few words. Ascending on the hills was somehow difficult but descending was quite easier. Pangarchulla Peak terrain is entirely covered with snow but fewer grounds are perfect for fixing tents.

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Story by Suryakanta Patil

 Rated : 4.0

Pangarchulla Peak trekking is damn high and due to its considerable height trekking becomes more interesting. The panoramic views from the peak point is worth watching. To complete the trekking, it is advisable to go in groups.

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Story by Gudakesa Prajapat

 Rated : 4.0

Joshimath in Chamoli district is an ideal location to start your journey of trekking to Pangarchulla Peak. The terrain has moderate level of difficulty but needs care to embark upon same points. There are few location where camping is possible. Over all Pangarchulla Peak trek is an awesome destination.

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Story by Anilaabh Somayaji

 Rated : 4.0

Trekking on Pangarchulla Peak trek is not that easy, since it is about 4700 meters high trekking so care must be taken in advance. The trails are moderate and contains bouldering rocks with steep slopes. It is a six days long trekking expedition which gives you an elegant opportunity to explore all nearby location and base points including Auli, Khulara, Kuari Pass and Haridwar off course.

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Story by Devvrat Adiga

 Rated : 4.0

Great trekking and great camping!!! The Pangarchulla Peak was an ultimate destination that took a long time to reach. But getting at the peak was the most amazing experience for all of us. Overnights were spent in small tents.

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Story by Daksha Kapoor

 Rated : 4.0

My favourite location in the entire six days of Pangarchulla trek are Chaukamba, Kedarnath, Neelkath, Haathi Ghodi, Niti Malari Valley and the peak of Pangarchulla. The spectacular nearby locations and moderate trekking will definitely impress you.

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Story by Rudra Jain

 Rated : 4.0

Spent a great time at khulara and Auli. It was an awesome journey guys...From peak point you can spot the Nanda Devi peaks too. Easy itinerary starting from haridwar, Auli, Khulara, Pangarchulla peak.

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Story by Yogendra Butt

 Rated : 4.0

In my one week of trekking, my favourite points were Pangarchulla Peak of course, Chaukamba, Kedarnath, Kuari Pass and Auli. Not only the natural beauty, we also visited holy hindu temples. From the peak of Panagrchulla, the Nanda Devi range is also visible.

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Story by Pushti Bandopadhyay

 Rated : 3.0

Winter trekking in Kuari pass and Pangarchula is quite famous. This weeklong trek begins from Haridwar moves to Auli and then to the Kuari Pass. After a lovely trek at Kuari pass, we moved toward Pangarchula for the next hiking. It was a very nice trek. From there we came downhill, got back to Auli and drove to Haridwar. This trekking was so nice and interesting. It was not that difficult too.

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Story by Devani Butt

 Rated : 3.0

After doing some internet research, my friend had done thee booking very well in advance in order to avoid last minute rush. The tents where we spent our nights were of decent standard. Our trek guides followed a fixed routine and made sure that we got some breaks to relax in between. Food was of average quality but overall a satisfactory trekking experience.

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Story by Shubha Guha

 Rated : 3.0

I and my friends are not really into trekking and hiking, but find it so difficult to ignore the tremendous charm of the Himalayas. But the next time we will make sure that we are a part of a small group. Too many people always lead to a lot of disorder and confusion.

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Story by Jitendra Patil

 Rated : 3.0

Lost out on two days due to a stupid fever. Had to rest in the camp. Could not enjoy fully. Never mind, there is always a next time. But don’t know when.

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