Pangarchulla trek is one of the highest peak of Garhwal region. This is one of the amazing & beautiful trekking spot. People who love trekking & Adventure visit panagarchulla trek every year. It is situated in Chamoli District of Uttarakhand state. The maximum Altitude of peak is 14,700 ft above the sea level. The best time to see all the amazing views is winters. Snow covered mountains are all around wherever you see, it’s like a silver layer in front of you. There are some rlegious places also in Pangarchulla and nearby such as MT. Nanda devi, Chaukhamba, Dunagiri, Hathi Parbat, Ghori Parbat & more.
Our starting point is Haridwar driving to the Joshimath it take around 8-9 hours. Choose the Hotel or guest house it depends on you according to your comfort zone. Spend the whole night in Joshimath, and wait for the next day.
The Trekking tour begins here, after having breakfast in the early morning. Now let’s move ahead towards our next destination. Our next destination is GULLING TOP; it will take around 5-6 hours to reach there. When we reach prepare the camp and rest all night.
For Gulling top to Khulara you will have to trek for 6kms. After reaching at the destination, set up the camp and night stay in Khulara.
Khulara to Gailgarh trek which is the small trek in our total journey. This trek is only 3km long but as you know small things can make big differences. First half is step ascent and second half is gradual ascent.
PANGARCHULLA Peak is there it’s time to explore more and more things. When you have reached your destination, now your journey is complete, inhale all the beauty of pangarchulla peak. Later evening, back to Khulara, after dinner spend the night in your tent.
This is the last day of trekking from Dhak village to Khulara. After reaching to Khulara we will drive to Joshimath and spend the whole night in Joshimath.
Wake up early morning, have a breakfast pack your bags and its time to get back to Haridwar. Here your journey ends, hope you will enjoy the journey. For more details you may contact us today.