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6 Days / 5 Nights
Availability : Nov 10’ - Apr 20’
Kathgodam Railway Station
Lohajung
Min Age : 8+
Max People : 5 - 15
Barahmatal-trek

Brahmatal Trek

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  • 6 Days / 5 Nights
  • Group : 5-15 People
  • Difficulty : Easy To Moderate
  • single-icon-distance
    Pickup: Kathgodam Railway Station
  • Min Age : 8 yrs
  • Base Camp : Lohajung
  • Max. Altitude: 12,250 ft.

A mix of mythos and fascinating views of grand mountains at such a low lie altitude make Brahmatal Trek, one of the best winter treks in Uttarakhand. As winter sweeps along the slopes of the Garhwal Himalayas, Most of the treks close but then Brahmatal opens up a winter wonderland.

Hardly we come across such a close views of big mountains like Chaukhambha from Deoriatal Chandrashila or Bandarpunch from Dayara Bugyal, Brahmatal Trek gives the magnified views of Mt Trishul on the right side and on the left lies the grandeur of Mt. Nanda Ghunti and tops the list of trek with best mountain views.

In the prime of winter, through rhododendron and oak forest, when we climb out of these beautiful settings, we are greeted by the great white wall of Trishul Massif. These views only get closer and closer until we are at Jhandi Top, this is where we are among some of the most amazing mountain vistas.

From here we can even see Ronti Saddle which connects Mt Trishul and Mt Nanda Ghunti. But this is not all it has to offer, from Brahmatal Top, which is the highest point of Brahmatal Trek, we can also see Mt Chaukhambha, Mt Neelkanth, Mt Hathi Godi. Snow covered meadows, camping by the frozen Bekaltal, alpine lake of Brahmatal, along with colossal mountains make Brahmataal the best trek for beginners and less experienced trekkers.

Major part of the trek goes under the tree line diminishing the chances of altitude sickness, which is further helped by the gradual rise in altitude. The best thing about Brahmatal trek is its geography first the tree cover and once we are out of the tree cover the trail is very open and exposed, making a perfect stage for the grand views.

On one side we can see layers and layers of mountain ranges and on the other side we can see Roopkund trek as real life google earth. This is all because of the right geographical location and right height.

Ever changing vistas and open views of 7000 meters makes Brahmatal trek one of the best treks for photographers.

Recommended Airport

Jolly Grant Airport (Google Map)

Meeting Point

Lohajung

Price Includes

  • Accommodation. (Guest house, Home stay, Camping)From day 1 to day 5, (Lohaung to Lohajung) stay in Guest house at Lohajung and for 3 days on trek stay in tent ( 3 Person per tent).
  • Meals while on trek (Veg.+ Egg)All meal from Dinner on day 1 ( At Lohajung) to Dinner on day 5 ( At Lohajung). Meals are all vegetarian and nutritious.
  • Trek equipment (Sleeping bag, mattress, Kitchen & dining tent, utensils, tent)We will be arranging all the necessary equipment for trekking with includes Sleeping Bag, Mattress, Kitchen and Dining tents. Crampons and Gaiters are provided while reaching basecamp by GoAdven in extra charge if needed.
  • All necessary permits and entry fees.Trek fee includes all the fees and forest permit charge for Brahmatal trek.
  • First aid medical kit and oxygen cylinder.Our team will be carrying all the needed medical kit and supplies such as General Medical kit and Oxygen cylinder in case of any emergency.
  • Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide and Support staff.

What to take on trek

  • Trekking shoesThe most important thing on a trek are a good pair of trekking shoes. Your trekking experience can be totally dependent on how comfortable your shoes are. Make sure you are carrying shoes which are specifically designed for trekking, all sports shoes are not trekking shoes keep that in mind. The trail can be slippery at places and will require shoes with good grip and ankle support system.
  • Backpack (40-60 litres)A backpack with sturdy straps and a supporting frame. Rain cover for backpack is essential.
  • Basics GearBack pack & rain cover - (50 - 60 ltr) with comfortable shoulder straps
  • Day pack + rain cover20 - 30 ltr (If hire a mule or porter)
  • Walking stickAdvisable (At least one)
  • Head torch1 Nos.
  • Water bottle/Hydration pack - 2 bottles of one liter each
  • 1 hydration pack and 1 bottle of one literCarry at least one thermos flask
  • SnacksEnergy bars, dry fruits, electoral/ORS.
  • Personal Medical KitPlease consult your doctor about the trek and carry your medicines accordingly.
  • T-shirts 2 Full sleeves (Non-cotton)
  • Fleece T-shirts 1 Nos.
  • Fleece jacket 1 Nos. (Alternative: a woollen sweater)
  • Down feather / Hollofil jacket1 Nos
  • Wind & waterproof (jacket & pant)1 Pair
  • Thermal inners (upper and lower)1 Pair
  • Trek pants2 Synthetic (avoid shorts, fitting denims, capris)
  • Poncho1 Nos.
  • Personal UtilitiesSunscreen cream
    Hand sanitizer
    Moisturizer
    Antibacterial powder
    Toilet Paper & wipes
    Toothbrush and toothpaste
    Lip balm
    Quick dry towel
  • Sun cap1 Nos. (One that covers the neck as well)
  • Woolen cap1 Nos.
  • Balaclava1 Nos.
  • Neck-gaiters1 Nos.
  • SunglassesDark with side cover, it should be U/V protected
  • Trekking shoes1 Pair (Waterproof, high ankle with good grip)
  • Floaters/flip-flops1 Pair (Optional)
  • Cotton socks5 pairs
  • Woolen socks3 pairs
  • Gaiters1 Pair
  • Waterproof gloves 1 Pair
  • Fleece/woolen gloves1 Pair
  • Trekkers must carry their medical certificate along with their photo identity card such as AADHAR or PAN, Driving License, Voter ID card.
Short Itinerary

Day 1Kathgodam to Lohajung: 10 hours’ drive from Kathgodam. Transport will be arranged from Kathgodam Railway station at 6.30AM.

‣ Altitude – 7,748 ft.
‣ Stay in Guest House
‣ Drive 210 km
‣ Internet available
‣ Route:- Kathgodam – Bheem Tal – Almora – Kausani – Gwaldam – Dewal – Lohajung.

Day 2Lohajung (7,748 ft) to Bekaltal (9,885 ft)

‣ Trek Time – 5 hours
‣ Trek Distance – 6.5 km
‣ Most of the trail passes through villages and rest through forest
‣ Stay in tent
‣ Moderate level ascent through forest
‣ Hot lunch at camp
‣ Spring and man made water points are available
‣ Camping at Bekaltal
‣ No Internet

Day 3Bekaltal (9,885 ft) to Brahmatal (10,440 ft); 5-6 hours, 7.5 km

‣ Max Altitude – 10,450 ft,Trek Time 6 – 7 hrs
‣ Trek Distance – 7 km
‣ A mixture of ascent and descent with some parts of it being a bit difficult.
‣ Hot lunch/packed lunch, depending on weather and snow conditions.
‣ No water points, it’s advisable to carry at least 2 liters of water.
‣ Very scenic day, Shivalik and Great HImalayan Range can be seen.
‣ Stay in tent.
‣ Frozen BekalTal

Day 4Brahmatal (10,440 ft) to Brahmatal Top (12,250 ft) and return back to Daldum (9,100 ft)

‣ Trek Time – 7- 8 hours
‣ Trek Time – 9 km
‣ Max Altitude :- 12,200 ft.
‣ Moderate level of ascent till Brahmaltal Top (few slopes may be a bit steeper)
‣ From top it is all descent til campsite at Daldum
‣ No water points, it’s advisable to carry at least 2 liters of water
‣ Rhododendron and oak Forest
‣ Lunch on the summit (packed lunch)
‣ Summit has a 360 degree view of Greater Himalayan range and Shivalik Himalayas

Day 5Daldum (9,100 ft) to Lohajung (7,748 ft); 2-3 hours, 3km

‣ Trek Time : 5-6 hours
‣ Trek Distance – 4 km trek
‣ Gradual and steep mixed descent
‣ Water source available on trail today
‣ Stay in guest house

Day 6Drive from Lohajung to Kathgodam. You will reach Kathgodam between 6.00 pm and 7.00PM.

‣ 10 hrs drive
‣ Drive 210 km
‣ Early morning departure to Kathgodam (breakfast and lunch on the way)
‣ Reach Kathgodam by 6:00 pm. suggested to book your further journey 8 pm.
‣ While on the way to Kathgodam, Kausani can be a great place to buy herbal tea and some souvenir

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1Reach Lohajung

◦ Altitude: 7,600 ft (2,316 m)
◦ Drive time: 10 hours drive from Kathgodam

Lohajung serves as the base camp for Brahmatal Trek. Lohajung can be reached easily from Kathgodam. Once you cross beautiful town of Nainital, route all the way to Lohajung is very beautiful. You will be received in Kathgodam by our team. Kathgodam railway station is easily reachable through an overnight journey from Delhi. Driving through the mountains roads, you can get a glimpse of Garhwal Himalayas in distance.

Once you are in Lohajung, you come across face to face with the beautiful Nanda Ghunti peak. If you are lucky enough to make it to Lohajung before sunset, the colours of the Nanda Ghunti peak will amaze you.

Lohajung is center village for nearby 15 villages with a couple of stores, selling jackets, hand gloves, caps and supplies. But it is advised to carry all the required things for trek beforehand and not depend on these stores. Most parts of the village has a good mobile coverage.

The name Lohajung is derived from a mythological feud (Jung) between Goddess Parvati and Lohasur demon.

For the first few hours, the course of our journey will be running parallel to the river Kosi, flowing softly. Soon, a blustery Pindar river will meet your path. You will pass through some of the best known and sublime hill stations of Uttarakhand, Bheemtal, Almora and Kausani.

Day 2Lohajung to Bekaltal

◦ Altitude: 7,600 ft (2,316 m) to 9,689 ft (2,953 m)
◦ Time Taken: 5 hours
◦ Trek Distance – 5.8 km

Trek gradient: Overall it can be deemed as Moderate gradient; Trails ascends gradually through forests on well-marked trails
Water sources: 3 hours into the trek and you will come across the first point where you can refill water bottles, the next water source will be at a point where you will stop for lunch.

Starting from the central market of Lohajung the trail moves up from Bisht General Store on the well marked trail. The man made trail passes the upper reaches of Lohajung village into the forest, passing by some more houses. Mandoli village can be seen on your left after a short trek from Lohajung. This village serves as first major hiatus in Brahmatal trek, here you can refill your water supply. Because today’s trek involves 5 hours of gradual ascent through forest cover with rare water supply.

A little further into the trail you are to enter Kali valley, Which is confluence point of Kali and Pindari river. From here follow the water pipeline which supplies water to Lohajung. Which is always covered in the Rhodedoroden even during the snowy winters except for february and march when this part of the trail is majorly matte. A little ahead from here, on your left you will find some mud houses huddled together, This little hamlet is known ad Budla village.

The next remarkable and easily identifiable landmark—a wooden bridge over a stream. This stream is a good water supply option if we go a bit down the stream. Across the bridge after two hours of trekking you will reach a point known as Begum, which is the perfect place to rest a bit and enjoy the magnificent views. Begum provides some of the best views of Navali Bugyal and Bagdi Bugyal.

After a little walk of 15 minutes from Begum you will reach another stream, an hour from this stream you will find yourself at Gujrani stream. From Gujrani stream the trail climbs gradually with patches of some steep ascent. Often you will find mountain side on the right side and valley on your left. This is the point from where we get the first glimpse of Mt Trishul dominating the horizon with all its glory.

After dwelling in the forest for more than one hour you will come across a flat land with a crater at its center. On the end of the crater, The plateau is known as Deval valley. Locally this place is known as Khopdalia. This place is a bed of a dried lake. This flat dry lake bed is used as a campsite for Bekaltal which is just above the Khopdalia.

Bekaltaal is covered with dense forest of oak and rhododendron which is reason for the brown colour of the water of the lake. Due to organic organism from surrounding forest dissolving in the lake, the water turn brown.

Day 3Bekaltal to Brahmatal

◦ Altitude – 9,689 ft (2,953 m) to 10,440 ft (3,182 m)

◦ Time taken – 5-6 hours

◦ Trek Distance – 7 km

◦Trek gradient: Moderate.

First one hour is a bit steep ascent to a meadow and from here it is a gradual descent to Brahmatal.
Water sources – There is no water source on the trail so make sure to carry enough water which lasts for today’s trail.
Today;s trail starts with some steep slopes for some time. This part of the trail is covered in old trees of old oak and rhododendron. On your left you can see the valley open up a bit before forest of oak trees take over. Half way in the trek the forest opens up to a meadow, known as Telandi. This meadow is a green expansion which transforms to a snowfield in winter. Crossing this snow field can be a thrilling experience.

From this meadow we can see unending expansions of layers and layers of mountain ranges, creased one after another. Right in front of you lies the majestic panoramic views of Mt Trishul and Mt Nanda Ghunti. The meadow continues till an altitude of 11,500 ft which is highest point of today’s trek. The ridge that leads to the way to meadow presents you with the beautiful meadows of Roopkund trek, Aali Bugyal and Bedni Bugyal.

Climbing up and down the ridge you can see the treeline sometimes beside you and sometimes down below in the valley. The highest point of the today’s trek is known as Jhandi top. From here it is a gradual descent towards Brahmatal. From the top we can see a temple and bright yellow flags floating in the air.

Walk down towards the small temple, till about 500 meters from the Brahmatal Lake. This place will be used for today’s campsite.

Day 4Brahmatal (10,440 ft) to Brahmatal Top (12,250 ft) and return back to Daldum (9,100 ft)

◦ Trek Time – 7- 8 hours

◦ Trek Time – 9 km

◦ Max Altitude: – 12,200 ft.

◦ Moderate level of ascent till Brahmaltal Top (few slopes may be a bit steeper).

◦ From top it is all descent till campsite at Daldum.

◦ No water points, it’s advisable to carry at least 2 liters of water.

You will be starting early today, to catch the sunrise from the Brahmatal Lake which is 500 meters uphill trek. Walking along the Oaks and Rhododendron trees, you will be greeted with a magnificent morning views of Mt Trishul and Mt Nanda Ghunti along with some other peaks of Great Himalayan range. Anybody who’s been to Brahmatal will know about how charismatic the sunrise from Brahmatal can get.

Brahmatal Lake is situated right in the middle of a crater which will be covered with snow or grass depending on the season. On a sunny day, the views of Lake is out of the world with giant mountains in the background. As you will walk ahead you will come across a little stream which is formed by melting ice. The final approach to pass is a tiring one as you will be ascending and descending several ridges, before the final ascent.

But all the tiredness will be gone as soon as you will see the magnificent views of Mt Trishul and Mt Nanda Ghunti. This point is one of the best places on Brahmatal trek to click the giants of Himalaya. The descending trail is different from the one you took to climb up here. You will be witnessing a 180 degree view of Chaukhambha, Mana, Nilgiri, Neelkanth, Trishul, Nanda ghunti, Maitoli and if lucky can get a view of Hathi Ghodi too.

From the pass, one hour of descent will bring you to a clearing surrounded by treeline. This is known as Tilbundi campsite. You will be camping here for the night.

Day 5Daldum (9,100 ft) to Lohajung (7,600 ft); 2-3 hours, 3km

◦ Trek Time : 2-3 hours

◦ Trek Distance – 3 km trek

◦ Gradual and steep mixed descent.

◦ Water source available on trail today.

◦ Stay in Guest House.

After an early breakfast, you will be descending down towards Lohajung. The descending trail is covered with Oak and Rhododendron trees, just like the trail used to climb up. The trail is very scenic and it is a very good opportunity for shutterbugs to click some great photos. A short trek from camps will take you to upper Mundoli village.

About an hour into the trail you can see the village of Khurali, which just lies down below in the valley. From this point the Lohajung is just half an hour trek.

Stay will be arranged in a homestay or guest house in Lohajung village.

Day 6Lohajung to Kathgodam

This day, you can head to Kothgodam, following the same route. It is advised to have an extra day to spare at Lohajung, Visit Ajan Top. This is an easy trek which can be done on your own.

How to reach

How to get to the base camp of Brahmatal, Lohajung

  • Delhi → Kathgodam → LohajungThe Brahmatal trek starts from Lohajung, a little picturesque village nestled in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand in Indian Himalayas. This is also the base camp of the most popular trek of Uttarakhand, Roopkund trek. Distance of Lohajung from Kathgodam is 213 km.
  • We can help you in arranging the transport from Kathgodam Railway station at 6.00 am on Day 1 of the trek. The cost of this transport is not included in trek cost, it will be shared among the trekker directly to the driver. The drive to Lohajung is an enjoyable one, as you pass through several Kumaoni and Garwahli hill stations – Nainital, Kausani and Gwaldam. Expect to reach Lohajung at around 6.00 pm.
  • To reach KathgodamTake the Ranikhet Express from Delhi. It leaves at 10.30 pm from Old Delhi Railway Station and reaches Kathgodam at 5.05 am.
  • If you do not get a ticket in Ranikhet express-While Ranikhet express is best option but it is also one of the most crowded trains on this route and often gets full well ahead of departure. For the best chances to get confirm ticket don’t look for an AC ticket. It is an overnight train and weather is pleasant at night all around the year especially during winter. Which means even sleeper berths are comfortable. Book a Tatkal ticket in Sleeper class. The chances of getting a confirm sleeper class ticket in Tatkal is very high.
  • Yet by lucky if you do not get any confirm ticket in Ranikhet express then you have two option for making the Delhi to Kathgodam journey.
  • Option 1There is a Sampark Kranti from Old Delhi. This is a chair car train which leaves at 4 PM. Stay overnight in KMVN which is best stay option in Kathgodam.
  • Option 2Take an overnight bus from Delhi’s Anand Vihar ISBT to Kathgodam. Volvo buses leave Anand Vihar for Kathgodam around 9.00 pm. The 8 hour bus journey from Delhi to Kathgodam is also overnight but there is no option of online booking, to get tickets arrive two hours before the departure time.
Return to Home

Getting back

  • Lohajung → Kathgodam → DelhiThe Brahmatal Trek is completed in Lohajung, we can help you in arranging vehicle for the return journey to Kathgodam. You will be retracing the steps.
  • The other option to reach Kathgodam from Lohajung is by using the local transportation services.
  • There is one more option to Reach Lohajung
  • Delhi → Rishikesh → Karanprayag → Lohajung (bus)
  • Take a bus from Delhi to Rishikesh and from Rishikesh bus stand take any bus going towards Joshimath or Badrinath and get down at Karanprayag. Rishikesh to Karanprayag is 7 hour journey in bus.
  • Stay at Karanprayag for night. Take a 6 AM shared taxi for Tharali which is 47 km from Karanprayag. Contact us while at Tharali so we can explain the forward journey to Loahajung.

Network Connectivity

  • At the basecamp Lohajung, all network signal is available.
  • Around Bekaltal Lake, Jandhi Top and at the Brahmatal summit, Vodafone Airtel, Idea and BSNL network is available in patches.
Trek Cancellation Policy

In case, you wish to cancel your trek, please call us directly at our contact number.

The cancellation charges are as under:

  1. Cancellations prior to 30 days from the start of the trek — full refund.
  2. Cancellation between 30 days and 20 days to the start of the trek — 50% refund.
  3. Cancellation less than 20 days to the start of the trek — no refund.

Please note: In case of refund, there will be a deduction of 4% (cancellation charges) from the total fee you have paid. Also, if you have opted for a trek insurance, the amount will not be refunded.

If a trek is called off at the last moment due to a natural calamity/unforeseen circumstances (like rains, earthquake, landslides, strike, bandh etc), GoAdven will issue a trek voucher for the full amount. The voucher can be redeemed for the same trek or another trek in the next one year.

Health & Fitness
BMI Range Category
Less than 16.5 Serverely Underweight
16.5 – 18.5 Underweight
Underweight Normal
25 – 30 Overweight
30+ Obese
30 – 34.9 Obese Class I (Moderately obese)
35 – 39.9 Obese Class II (Severely obese)

 

  • If уоur BMI iѕ normal, уоu саn plan уоur fitness regime аѕ mentioned. If уоur BMI iѕ nоt normal, consult уоur trusted physician bеfоrе уоu plan уоur fitness regime.
  • If уоu’rе suffering frоm аnу chronic illnesses consult a medical practitioner.
Safety & Security

High Altitude Treks: Risk аnd Response A high altitude trek calls fоr аn adventurous attitude, but embarking оn аn adventurous trip withоut calculating thе risks iѕ utter stupidity. That’s whу wе hаvе listed a fеw risks аnd thе response planned bу GoAdven tо minimise оr address thе risks in thе bеѕt роѕѕiblе way.

Risk: Altitude Bеfоrе уоu start thе trek, it iѕ important tо understand thе implications оf high altitude оn уоur body. Bе aware оf symptoms оf AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) likе mild headache, nausea аnd general discomfort.

Response: If уоu feel аnу оf thеѕе symptoms, inform thе trek leader оn priority аnd fоllоw hiѕ instructions. Evеrу campsite hаѕ аѕ stretcher, fullу equipped firѕt аid kit, oxygen cylinders tо address thе situation.

Risk: Weather Weather iѕ unpredictable in thе Himalayas. Thоugh wе аrе аlwауѕ observant аbоut thе changing weather, nо оnе саn guarantee a snowfall, rain оr Sun. Dо understand thаt уоur security iѕ оf utmost importance tо uѕ аnd wе will nоt proceed аnу furthеr frоm thе campsite if thе weather iѕ nоt favourable.

Response: Thе decision оf thе Trek Leaders аnd Guides tо proceed оr wait fоr thе weather tо gеt bеttеr will bе final.

Risk: Injuries Often, whilе trekking оvеr difficult terrains, уоu might hаvе minor injuries likе leg sprain, bruises etc. Sеriоuѕ injuries likе fractures оr major cuts аrе vеrу rare.

Response: All оur Trek Leaders аrе Certified Wilderness Firѕt Aid responders. Thеу аrе trained tо handle emergencies аnd саn tackle minor injuries with a well-equipped firѕt аid kit. In case оf ѕеriоuѕ injuries, thе patient iѕ carried оn a stretcher tо thе nearest road-head аnd iѕ led tо nearest medical centre.

Risk: Lack оf communication devices In thе remote areas оf thе Himalayas, mobile networks dо nоt reach. On a trek, оnе iѕ cut оff frоm thе world оf calls, SMSs оr watsapps.

Response: Wе rеlу оn walkie-talkies аnd runners tо communicate bеtwееn thе campsites аnd thе base camps.

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FAQ

Which is the best time to do Brahmatal Trek?

Winter are the best time to do Brahmatal trek. The best time of Brahmatal trek is from mid-November to March but if you want to see snow over there then you can plan for mid-December as during that time, you will get a good amount of snow.

How difficult is the Brahmatal Trek?

The Brahmatal trek is not difficult. It is one of the best treks for beginners. Brahmatal is easy to moderate level trek and normally, we suggest this trek to the beginners who has good fitness level and walking stamina (5 Km in 30 mins)

How long we walk each day?

On the fourth day we will be walking the longest distance and that is 9 km. On an average you will trekking 6 kms.

How cold does it really get on the Brahmatal Trek ?

During winter the average fluctuates near the freezing point. Nights will be a bit colder. First two days temperature is normal as you don’t find snow. Afterwards you can see the snow but in day time sunlight is good and the weather is clear but you have to dress yourself in layers in night. The temperature will be between 10 to -7 degrees.

Who will lead who all will go along with us?

A certified mountaineer with good experience of leading treks in the Himalayas, will be leading the trek. There will be a team of support staff to help in conducting a memorable trek for every participant.

How safe is the Brahmatal trek?

The Brahmatal trek is a moderate one. The trails are well laid out. The altitude isn’t too high – the highest point is 12,250 ft and you gain this slowly over 3-4 days. At 12,250 feet, the risk of being hit by Acute Mountain Sickness is relatively low. However, you still need to be mindful of the fact that you are in the mountains in extreme weather conditions, and take necessary precautions to ensure that you have a safe trek.

What thing we need to carry?

Once you made the booking our team will send you the trek essentials list according to the trek.

I can't carry my bag can anyone carry it for me?

Yes, but you should intimate us 15 days in advance or you can ask for offloading after reaching base camp .so that we will arrange the porter or mule for you in extra charge accordingly.

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Bharmatal trek itѕ оnе оf thе greatest trek, thе food, camps, locations аnd guides аrе perfect аnd professional. Great variety оf food аnd quality iѕ аlѕо good. Hоwеvеr уоu ѕhоuld carry еnоugh water bесаuѕе local water mау саuѕе stomach problems. Sо make ѕurе оf it. Thе view аnd thе location points аrе awesome camp side, people аnd if уоu love photography ѕо thiѕ iѕ thе bеѕt рlасе fоr it.
Bеѕt timе tо gо iѕ mid January уоu mау саn ѕее snow. Bеttеr tо gо with friends

GoAdven’s staff was really helpful. Especially Pradeep Bhai. They go out of their way to ensure your comfort. The food was above expectations all the time. This was definitely a memorable experience.

11/01/2019
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