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ITINERARY:

Day 01: Kathgodam To Dharchula Drive

Morning arrival at Kathgodam then drive to Dharchula 9 h 27 min (287 km). Check in at hotel/Guest House .

Day 02: Stay in Dharchula Guide Will Ask For Permission From Local Authority

Guide Will Make Arrangements For Permission From Local Authority. Guest Can Stay in Hotel or Visit Around There . Breakfast Lunch Dinner & Stay in Hotel/Guest House .

Day 03: Dharchula To Malpa

Dharchula to Malpa 3 Hrs Drive then 5 km. trek to Malpa Stay in Homestay/Tents .

Day 04: Malpa To Bundi Trekking

Malpa to Bundi 18 Km Modulate Trekking Cross Over The Jungle and Old Village Attraction Of Bhotiya Culture .

Day 05: Bundi To Gunji Trekking

Bundi to Gungi 22 km trekking with 3 km Steve climb Chhiyalake Then Walking Through Under Construction Road To Till Gungi .

Day 06: Gunji To Kuti Trekking

Gungi to Kuti 15 Km Trekking for Parallel Straight Way Beside Under construction Road To Till Kuti .

Day 07: Kuti To Jolingkong Trekking

Trekking Kuti To Jolingkong 17 Km Trek

Day 08: Jolingkong to Parvti Sarovar Then Return

Trekking Jolingkong To Parvati Sarovar ( Holy Lake ) 5 Km . Round Trek & View Of Adi Kailash Peak Then Back to Jolingkong .

Day 09: Jolingkong to Kuti

17 Km Trekking Jaulingkong to Kuti .

Day 10: Kuti To Gunji

15 km .Trekking Kuti to Gungi.

Day 11: Gunji To Navidang

17 Km Trekking Gunji to Navidang for views of Incredable OM PARVAT

Day 12: Navidang to Gunji

Trekking Back Navidang to Gunji .

Day 13: Gunji To Bundi

Trekking Gunji to Bundi . 22 Km Trek .

Day 14: Bundi To Malpa

Bundi to Malpa Trekking Cross Over The Jungle and Old Village

Day 15: Malpa To Dharchula

Malpa To Dharchula 5 Km Trek then around 3 Hrs Drive

Day 16: Departure To Kathgodam

Dharchula To Kathgodam Return Journey 10 hrs driving .


Things to Carry for Adi Kailash Trek

·Warm clothes: windproof jackets, fleece/full sleeve sweater, thermals, woolen cap and socks, mittens and scarf

·Comfortable clothes: tee-shirts, trousers or tracks

·Raincoat or poncho to avoid rains

·Walking stick or trekking pole

·Comfortable trekking or hiking shoes

·Water bottles

·Sunscreen lotion, lip balms, skin ointment and basic medications (or prescribed if any)

·Torchlight or flashlights with extra number of cells and bulbs

·Personal toiletries and towels

 

TRIP FACTS

  1. Transportation: Kathgodam To Kathgodam
  2. Group-size: Min.5 Person
  3. Altitude: 4752 MTS
  4. Meal: Veg.
  5. Stay: Homestay, Guest House , Tents
  6. Trail Type: Difficult
  7. Best Time To Visit: June – September Avoide Mansoon

 

Adi Kailash Trekking Tour Highlights.

  • Rare Glimpses of Darma Valley
  • Scared Lake of Parvati Tal
  • Cross gorges, alpine meadows and ridges
  • The villages of remote Uttrakhand
  • Nights in Hotel/Guest House/Camps.

Adi Kailash Om Parvat Trek - 16 Days

Rate: 27600/person
Point Of Interest
According to the legends, there are only eight mountains in India, which has an impression of OM symbol. Out of these eight, only one has been discovered, which is known as Om Parvat or Adi Kailash. This magical mountain, Adi Kailash, is standing tall at an elevation of 6191 m in the Dharchula district. It is quite known for its strong religious and adventure connect, also, it is believed that the mountain has a miraculous nature. One thing, which makes this mountain look apart from other Himalayan ranges is its OM shape, which is formed by the by deposition of snow on the black mountain. Also, the mountains bear a resemblance to the pious, Mount Kailash. Perhaps, this is the reason it is called Adi Kailash. .The pious Om Parvat is pristine or relatively undisturbed by human activity; however, many attempts by mountaineers were made to reach its summit.
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According to the legends, there are only eight mountains in India, which has an impression of OM symbol. Out of these eight, only one has been discovered, which is known as Om Parvat or Adi Kailash. This magical mountain, Adi Kailash, is standing tall at an elevation of 6191 m in the Dharchula district. It is quite known for its strong religious and adventure connect, also, it is believed that the mountain has a miraculous nature. One thing, which makes this mountain look apart from other Himalayan ranges is its OM shape, which is formed by the by deposition of snow on the black mountain. Also, the mountains bear a resemblance to the pious, Mount Kailash. Perhaps, this is the reason it is called Adi Kailash. .The pious Om Parvat is pristine or relatively undisturbed by human activity; however, many attempts by mountaineers were made to reach its summit.

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