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Pindari Glacier

The Kumaon region in the State of Uttaranchal has unimaginable natural beauty waiting to be discovered ! The Himalayan ecology is well conserved here and offers a great retreat for all nature lovers. The trek to the Pindari Glacier is amongst the most favourite of treks in the Kumaon region of the Himalayas. The trail takes you through some of the most spectacular landscape one can ever hope to see. The traditional, remote villages make for a special attraction for any visitor. At the final destination, the Pindari Glacier,one is rewarded with a view that will remain etched in the mind for life !

Maximum Elevation: 4200m.
Region: Kathgodam
Grade : Easy / Moderate
Duration: 9 days

Day 01: Kathgodam – Bageshwar
Driving – 210kms
After having breakfast, drive from Kathgodam to Bageshwar via Almora. Explore the town of Bageshwar and visit the old Bagnath temple at the confluence of Saryu and Gomti River. Buy all necessary things from the market of Bageshwar.

Day 02: Bageshwar –Loharkhet -Khati (2,210mts)
Trekking – 10kms
Khati is the biggest village that you will come across on the trek to Pindari Glacier. The trail passes through thick forest of Rhododendrons. It is the last village en route Pindari and Kafni glacier.You can charge your batteries by paying to run the generator. KMVN rest house is situated 500mts ahead of Khati village. Khati is situated on the banks of Pindar River. It is believed that the hospitable villagers are descendents of the race who provided pandavas with shelter. Overnight in Khati.

Day 03: Khati – Dwali ( 2,575)
Trekking – 11kms
Level – Easy
Start after having a good breakfast at Khati. Today's trek goes along with Pindar River with two wooden bridges to cross. You can have tea and maggi at Himalayan Hotel, a small dhabha en route. Overnight in Dwali.

Day 04: Dwali – Phurkia (3,250mts)
Trekking – 5kms, 3hrs
Level – Moderate
The 5km trek from Dwali to Phurkia is steep and graded at moderate level. Cross the frozen stream and see the dwindling of forest as you climb. Phurkiya is the last place en route Pindari. There is beautiful waterfall just before Phurkia where you can rest for a while. Phurkia is a picturesque place blessed with natural beauteousness. Overnight in Phurkia.

Day 05: Phurkia – Zero Point – Phurkia - Dwali
Trekking – 15kms
Level – Moderate
The trek from Phurkia to Zero Point of Pindari Glacier is visually captivating as it offers spectacular view of the mighty Himalayan range. Start early if you want to spend more time at the Zero Point. The mounth of the Pindari Glacier is named as Zero Point and it situated at an astounding elevation of 3,660mts above sea level. One kilometer before the Zero Point you will see a Babaji's house who serves food to the people who makes it upto there. Trekking further from Zero Point on Pindari Glacier requires special equipments and experience. After exploring the praiseworthy beauty of Pindari Glacier trek back to Dwali. Overnight in Dwali.

Day 06: Dwali to Khati
Trekking – 11kms
Level – Easy

Day 07: Khati to Dhakuri (2,680mts)
Trekking – 10kms
Level – Moderate
The trek is easy but quite steep and goes through forest. After following the trail for few more kilometers you reach Dhakuri. View of snow capped peaks of southern wall of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary is visible from Dhakuri Khal. Dhakuri is situated at an elevation of 2,680mts amidst dense forest. Overnight in Dhakuri.

DAY 08: Dhakuri –Loharkhet-Almora
Trekking – 10kms
Overnight stay in Almora

DAY 09: Almora-Nainital-Kathgodam
Early Morning move to Nainital.Sightseen around Nainital. at evening move to Kathgodam

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