Kuari Pass Trek: Beginners Guide

Kuari Pass

Kuari Pass Trek is one of the most sought-after treks in India and is also considered as a beginner’s trick because of its accessibility. In this article, you will be knowing the best route to be taken to reach the peak.

Why is the Kuari Pass Trek the best for beginners?

Kuari Pass Trek is one of the oldest treks in India and is more suitable for beginners who are in their initial stages of trekking. This is an easy-to-moderate track that can be even done by the first timers. The sites you see and the rewards you get for the effort you put in to reach the peak are worth doing. The views are beautiful because you start the trek at a place called Auli and this place is famous for the magnificent Nanda Devi peak views. sisal rug

As you trek along the Auli you will enter Gorson Bugyal, which is a high-altitude meadow. The trek to Kuari Pass is that you walk on a ridge and as you go high and high the mountains open up on the horizon. You see many mountains like Nanda Devi, Dronagiri, Chaukhamba, etc and this is the reason that you must go to Kuari Pass Trek even if you are a beginner. 

Best time to trek

Kuari Pass Trek is accessible all around the year except for the peak monsoon and the winter months. There are certain months in a year when this pass looks more beautiful like the months of spring. When you can see the beautiful rhododendrons all along the trek. The other months like autumn, that is from September to November, will also be the best option to choose because right after the rains you will be seeing the fresh feels of the trek.

The air will be crisp and you will have some of the clearest skies to look into Nanda Devi and Dronagiri. You will notice that this is the time when you will be finding the guarantee of the weather. There will be very little chance of any rain or snow. If you are a photographer then this is the best time. You can visit and click on some of the best pictures that you want. 

The Actual Trek

Joshimath acts as a base camp for Kuari Pass Trek and you can reach Joshimath from Delhi by making an overnight journey via a train or bus. So from Delhi, you must take a drive to Rishikesh, and then from Rishikesh, you will be finally reaching Joshimath. From Joshimath, you will be driving to Dhak village, which is 10 to 12 km away from Joshimath. sisal rugs

This Dhak village is the base village of Kuari Pass Trek. While doing so you can enjoy the views along the path. If you are staying in Joshimath then you can reach Dhak village the next day. If you directly reach Dhak village then you can stay in that village for that day. On the next day, you can start tracking to the next cam site called Gulling, which is around 3 km away and can take 3 hours to reach.

After reaching the Gulling Campsite you will witness. Some of the most beautiful mountains in the place are called Nanda Devi, Dronagiri, Nanda Ghat, etc. After an overnight stay in Gulling Campsite, you will be reaching Khulara camp which is 3500 meters above sea level.

Before heading towards Khulara campsite you must be ready with your gaters and microspikes. So that you will not be stuck in the middle of the snow. Which you will be witnessing along the trek on this day. The trek on this day will be very different from the first-day trek because. You will see the forest as well as a few patches of snow. Finally, you will reach your Khulara campsite. 

If you go in the winter you will see knee-deep snow and from this point, there are some steep slopes along with the knee-deep snow, so you must be careful while trekking in this route. However, the views become more spectacular from this point of Kuari pass. And which will eventually lead you to the magnificent Kuari pass.

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