Milam Glacier Trek is a gateway to explore the mystiques of Uttarakhand. Milam Glacier is one of the remotest yet accessible glaciers of Uttarakhand.
Milam Glacier is the largest glacier of Kumaon covering an area of 37 square kilometers. The base camp for this 16km long glacier is at Munsiyari.
Nanda Devi is one of the most gigantic and gorgeous peaks in India. It is the second-highest peak in the country and the 23rd highest peak in the world. The Nanda Devi Base Camp Trek will also take you on a ride in the midst of the resplendent biosphere of The Himalayas.
Nanda Devi East Base Camp is the closest to reach by a trekker to admire the beauty of Nanda Devi and Nanda Devi East peaks.
Chipla Kedar trek is one of the most exciting and challenging, not yet commercialized treks of Kumaon Himalayas of Uttarakhand. The trek reaches an altitude of 5200 meters above sea level.
This is a pilgrimage trek which offers beautiful scenic views of high altitude meadows and Himalayas during the trek. Various peaks of Nepal Himalayas are also visible during the trek as well.
Khaliya Top is a meandering meadow surrounded by snowy peaks, offering an awe-inspiring view of the mystical land of Kumaun. The Khaliya Top is perched at an astonishing altitude of 3500 metres above sea level and located near Munsiyari in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand.
Pindari Kanda Traill’s Pass (el. 5,300 m or 17,400 ft) is a mountain pass through the Himalayas located between Nanda Devi and Nanda Kot peaks in the Uttarakhand state in the districts of Pithoragarh and Bageshwar in India.
It is situated at the end of Pindari glacier and links Pindari valley to Milam valley (Lawan Gad) and is said to be very difficult to cross. The pass was reached in 1830 by G.W. Traill, the first British Deputy Commissioner of Kumaon division. In 1926, it was crossed by Hugh Ruttledge.
People from Johar Valley and Pindar Valley attempted to cross it for trade. Budha Malak Singh of Supi village of Bageshwar District of Uttarakhand State was the first man to cross it 1830 after 100 years. Later Mr. Trail also attempted to cross the pass but failed, though the pass was since then named as Trail’s Pass, earlier it was called “Pindari Kanda”. Trail’s Pass (el. 5,312 m) is a mountain pass through the Himalayas located between the unnamed southern shoulder of Mt. Nanda Devi East and Changuch (Western shoulder of Mt. Nanda Kot) peaks in Uttarakhand state in the districts of Bageshwar
Situated in the mesmerizing Kumaon Himalayas, Pindari Glacier is a most accessible of all glacier treks and attracts amateur as well as experienced trekkers. Pindari Trek is one of the most beautiful trek is operations in summers and early winters.
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