Almora - Ranikhet - Kausani - Nanda Devi Sanctuary - Ramganga Valley - Namik Glacier - Milam Glacier - Traills Pass - Curzon Trail - Sat Tal - Naukuchiya Tal Garhwal is a prominent destination in Indian tourism and is a host of many trekking tours in India. The history of this region dates back to time immemorial. It is the land of popular myths and is considered sacred by the Hindus. The Garhwal and Kumaon Himalayas comprise of some of the highest mountain ranges in the world. Trekking in Garhwal can be very rewarding. Snow-capped peaks, breathtaking valleys, crystal clear glaciers, lush meadows, meandering rivers, dense forests, azure lakes, terrace farming locales and cascading waterfalls are all a part of the settings for a truly exhilarating trekking experience. The hill walks in the Almora, Ranikhet and Kausani area will take you to a serene, mystic and resplendent world.
April-June and September-November
Almora, Ranikhet, Kausani, Nanda Devi Sanctuary, Ramganga Valley, Namik Glacier, Milam Glacier, Traills Pass, Curzon Trail, Sat Tal, Naukuchiya Tal.
Drive to Guptakashi 185 km (via) Deoprayag, Srinagar and Rudraprayag. Night halt at Tourist Bungalow, Guptakashi(1,319metres).
Drive to Ukhimath 14 km. Trek top Deoriatal 8km. Night halt Alpine style.
Trek to Dogal-bitta through thick forest all the way ascending from 1500 to 2000 metres, 16km trek. Night halt in the compounds of DogalbittaInspection House Alpine style.
Trek to Chopta, 9 km on snowy slopes in winter months where base camp will be established. This is a great adventure.
Attempt Chandrashilla peak 4,679 metres via Tungnath 7 km and return to base camp or acclimatize for the next day's attempt.