Base camp : Kathgodam
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The Namik Glacier Trek is an adventurous journey that takes you through the scenic beauty of the Garhwal Himalayas. This trek offers stunning views of snow-capped mountains, glistening glaciers, and lush green valleys. The trek starts from Munsiyari, a small town located in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. During the trek, you will cross several small villages, dense forests, and meadows that are adorned with blooming flowers.
You must independently get to Kathgodam Train Station; a vehicle will then be prepared to take you to Chaukori. The journey covers a beautiful town called Almora as well as the stunning Kumaon countryside. eat breakfast while you travel. Reach Chaukori and tour the area because it is famous for its tea gardens. In a hotel, plans will be made for today.
Prepare for the drive to Munsyari after breakfast. It is one of the best hill towns in Kumaon and the beginning site of the Namik Glacier trip. Munsyari is the most attractive place in the Kumaon region because of its lovely open meadows and breathtaking vistas of the Panchachuli range. Start your hike to Senar Gad Meadow from here, take a break, eat lunch, and then resume your hike.
Start your day early and begin your walk to Dhaldauk after breakfast. Today there will be a packed lunch supplied. It's a short, straightforward journey through a wilderness area that shepherds only utilise to get to Dhaldauk. On the route, there is a breathtaking view of the Panchachuli highlands.
Today`s trek takes you to the Namik Glacier. The trail is rocky and passes through a narrow gorge. The Namik Glacier is a sight to behold and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Spend some time at the glacier and trek back to Bagudiyar for an overnight stay.
Start your hike to the Hirmani glacier after breakfast. Lunch will be a bagged lunch. Although the ascent to the glacier's edge is hard, the surroundings are beautiful. The journey is not an easy one. Adventure awaits on the strenuous climb to the Hirmani glacier and throughout the stay at the glacier's edge. Set up your tents and retire for the evening after eating.
Your hike to Namik Glacier will take place today, which is the most important day of your journey. Hence, start the day early because the hike will be a little challenging. Nanda Kot is clearly visible after a challenging climb and steep rise, and the views are fantastic there. Spend some time there before deciding how to get down to Sudamkhan. Get there, unwind, and turn in for the evening.
Leave Sudamkhan and proceed to the settlement of Namik. The hike is simple; all you have to do is go down to the "Bhotia village" settlement. Namik served as the hub for trade between India and Tibet. Get there to see the charming historic buildings and woodcarvings. Spend the night in a village house this evening, enjoy some delectable cuisine, and then turn in.
After breakfast, begin your hike to Gogina. It is referred to as being in the scenic Rmgang valley, which is at the base of Nanda Kot. A hanging glacier sits right across from the village of Goginga, where there are cute traditional buildings. Visit Kimu village, one of the best Himalayan villages, and get to know the shepherds there. Spend the evening at Gogina.
Leave Gogina after breakfast and begin your hike to Liti with a packed lunch. Go down; the Rmgang Valley descent is a long, simple, and beautiful one. Arrive at Liti, have delicious meals, and spend the night in tents.
The car will be arranged from Liti to travel via Bageshwar to Kathgodam. Eat breakfast, get going, and stop for lunch en route.
When booking a trek, it's important to understand what is included in the package to ensure you have everything you need for your adventure. Here are some common inclusions to look out for:
Hotel, Camps, Resorts
Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners
Public bus, Taxi, Train, Tram, Metro
While it's important to understand what is included in a trip, it's equally important to understand what is not included. Here are some common exclusions to be aware of when booking a trip:
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