6 Days 5 Nights
The Kuari Pass is the trek to do if you are stepping into the Himalayas for the first time. It's almost ideally made for a novice.
Bask in the glory of the Himalayas at 12763 ft. with snow-capped ranges, quaint villages, rich Himalayan meadows during this 34 KM trail.
The best season to take this adventure trek is mid-December to early March over thick snow layers that accentuate the beauty of the peaks.
You are most likely to come across the leopard or Himalayan black bear pugmarks as you trek through the narrow, tricky path and gushing water.
Start your trek from snow-capped meadows of Auli and camp in the scenic forested estate of Tali.
Continue your picturesque journey through misty oak and rhododendrons woods to Khulara, and camp for the night under the cluster of stars.
Climb at an altitude of more than 12000 ft. soak in panoramic vistas of great Himalayan peaks including the famous Nanda Devi as you reach Kuari Pass
The security and comfort of trekkers are our utmost priority. This is reflected in the conduct of treks through courteous and qualified staff, quality of equipment, hygiene, and regard for nature and the outdoors.
Stay in high-quality and comfortable alpine/dome tents on double/triple/quad sharing basis. All tents come with necessary amenities and maintain utmost hygiene.
Delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner are included in the package throughout the trek. While here, do not miss out trying a few local Garhwali dishes.
Temperature: Day: 13°C to 18°C and Night: -3°C to 4°C
Trekking distance: 33 KM (to and fro)
Maximum altitude: 12763 ft.
Electricity: There is no electricity in Tali, Khulara, and Kuari campsites
Know Before You Go
Climatic conditions in the high altitudes vary from the plains; take adequate time to get acclimatized to high altitudes.
The management reserves all the right to modify the trek during any emergencies or natural calamities. The management reserves all the right to modify the trek during any emergencies or natural calamities.
Consult a physician before undertaking the trek. Carry basic medications and a first-aid kit during the trek.
It is recommended to carry enough warm clothes and the right kind of shoes for the trek.
Pay heed to the trek guides and instructors in order to enjoy a safe and sound trek.
Avoid consumption of alcohol or any other intoxicants during the trek.
The trek takes place through an eco-friendly zone; do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites. Travellers littering may be fined.
Water is very precious, so conservation is appreciated.
Do not encourage trekking during the night unless it is a part of the itinerary and a guide is with you; this might lead to unforeseen mishaps.
Avoid using earphones during the trek; this might hinder your audibility.
Avoid using plastic bags and maintain the ecological balance of the destinations.
In case, the trek needs to be cancelled, the authorities should be informed beforehand.
Guidelines issued by the State-Government is to be followed. Social distancing to be maintained. Frequent hand sanitisation and use of mask recommended.
Please provide a valid ID at the time of check-in.
The exact location will be shared with you post-booking.
Professional guide(s) are available to ensure high safety and more information and personal attention which are necessary to appreciate a trek. Professional guide(s) are available to ensure high safety and more information and personal attention which are necessary to appreciate a trek.
Neat and clean vehicle for the journey with experienced driver especially for hilly terrains available.
Permit charges are not included in the package.
All the activities depend upon the weather.
Camping is very basic in nature. One must not expect luxuries. Electricity may be available only at a few locations.
Mobile & laptop charging points may/may not be available on campsites at a common point.
Any personal expenses, items of personal nature, meals not mentioned, etc. will not be in part of the package.
Carry dry snacks/food from home (you will save a lot of money). Carry water bottles with you, so that you can refill.
Keep your luggage minimum; the more you carry, the more you hassle.
Children below the age of 7 years are not recommended for this trek.