Joshimath to joshimath
Rishikesh to Rishikesh
INR : 9500/person
ABOUT PANGARCHULLA PEAK
PANGARCHULLA PEAK HIGHLIGHTS
PANGARCHULLA PEAK TREK Includes
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Pangarchulla Peak is a Himalayan summit located in the Garhwal himalaya region of Uttarakhand, India.
It stands at an elevation of approximately 15,110 feet. The trek to Pangarchulla is a popular adventure
activity, offering stunning views of surrounding peaks like Nanda Devi, Hathi Parbat, and Trishul, Kamet,
Location: Garhwal region, Uttarakhand, India.
Elevation: Around 14,700 feet (4,475 meters).
Trek Difficulty: Moderately challenging.
Base Camp: Joshimath is often the starting point for the trek.
Trek Duration: Usually 7 to 8 days, depending on the route.
Best Time to Visit: March to may and September to November.
Joshimath to Tugasi Village: Start point of the trek.
Dhak to Tugasi Village: En route, passing through dense forests.
Tugasi to Khullara: Offers beautiful meadows.
Khullara to Pangarchulla Base Camp: Provides panoramic views.
Pangarchulla Summit: Final ascent for breath-taking vistas.
Scenic Beauty: The trek offers diverse landscapes, from dense forests to meadows with vibrant flowers.
Panoramic Views: Spectacular views of Himalayan peaks, including Nanda Devi and Trishul.
Camping: Overnight stays at scenic locations like Khullara and Pangarchulla Base Camp.
Challenging Ascent: The summit climb involves negotiating snowfields, making it a moderately
Acclimatization: Adequate acclimatization is crucial due to the high altitude.
Fitness: Moderate fitness level required; some sections involve steep ascents.
Weather: Conditions can be unpredictable, so participants should be prepared for varying weather.
Check with local authorities for necessary permits before embarking on the trek.
Always check for the latest information and weather conditions before planning your trek to
Depart from Rishikesh and travel to Joshimath. 250 km drive
Enjoy the scenic journey and acclimatize to the higher altitudes.
Start the trek from Joshimath to Gulling. 9700 ft. 3km. Trek
Trek through picturesque landscapes, adjusting to the changing terrains.
Set up camp at Gulling and rest for the night.
Continue the trek from Gulling to Khullara. 4km trek 11100 ft.
Encounter diverse flora and fauna while ascending.
Reach Khullara, set up camp, and take in the breathtaking surroundings.
Begin the ascent from Khullara to the summit of Pangarchulla Peak.
Experience the thrill of reaching the summit and enjoy panoramic views.
Descend back to Khullara and rest at the campsite.
Trek from Khullara back to Joshimath.
Reflect on the memorable journey and enjoy the descent.
Arrive at Joshimath and settle for the night.
Conclude the adventure by traveling from Joshimath to Rishikesh.
Cherish the memories of the Pangarchulla Peak trek.
Reach Rishikesh, marking the end of the itineraries.
Accommodation: 2 Nights in a Hotel / Homestay in Joshimath on a triple-sharing basis. 3 Nights Tented Accommodation on a triple sharing basis.
Transportation: Surface transfer from Rishikesh – Joshimath – Rishikesh by Sumo / Bolero / Tempo Traveler (Depending on the number of travelers).
Meals: All vegetarian meals from day 1st Dinner to day 6th Breakfast.
Snacks: Morning / Evening Tea / Coffee with light snacks and soup while on the trek.
Camping logistics: Tent, Sleeping bags, Mattresses, Dining tent.
Trek Leader: Qualified and Experienced Trek leader and support staff.
Permits: All necessary fees and permits.
Trekking Equipment: Gaiters, Micro Spikes, and Rope if required.
Safety Equipment: Basic First Aid kit with Oximeter and Oxygen Cylinder.
Guide ratio: 1:10
Any expenses of personal nature.
Meals during transit.
Any insurance of any kind.
Any fees and permits (for non-Indians).
Unscheduled delay due to landslide.
Cost Escalation due to “ Force Majeure and Evacuation charges”.
Anything not mentioned explicitly in the above program.
Note: You can apply for travel insurance before the trek.
For a Himalayan trek, consider packing the following essentials:
Warm clothing (thermal layers, fleece, down jacket) waterproof and windproof outer layers (jacket and pants) sturdy hiking boots with good ankle support Backpack with a rain cover
sleeping bag suitable for cold temperatures Sleeping pad/mattress for insulation Hat, gloves, and scarf sunglasses and sunscreen for high-altitude protection
water bottles and water purification method (filters or tablets) high-energy snacks and food for the trek first aid kit with essential medications and blister care items
trekking poles for better stability and support Headlamp or flashlight with extra batteries personal toiletries and wet wipes Multi-tool or pocket knife
camera and spare memory cards for capturing memories personal identification and necessary permits for the trek
remember to travel light but adequately prepared for the challenging conditions of a himalayan trek. Always check the specific requirements for the trek you are planning to undertake
Our Cancellation Policy-
Cancelling prior 21 days from trek start date – 10% deduction charges, 90% is refunded.
Cancelling prior 15-20 days from trek start date – 30% deduction towards GST, Transaction, accommodation at Base, ration, etc. 70% is refunded.
Cancelling prior 7-14 days from trek dates – 50% deduction towards GST, Transaction, accommodation at Base, ration, Trekleaders, permits, equipment etc. 50% is refunded.
Cancelling prior 1-6 days from trek dates – 100% deduction As all arrangements are made by transhimalaya and we are set to take you on a trek.
Trek Voucher terms and Condition –
– The Voucher will be valid for 6 Months from date of issuance
– The Voucher can be used in any trek with Trans Himalaya.
FAQs on PANGARCHULLA PEAK
The difficulty of the Pangarchulla Peak trek can vary depending on several factors, including your prior trekking experience, physical fitness, and the time of year you undertake the trek. Here’s a general assessment of the trek’s difficulty:
Moderate to Challenging: The Pangarchulla trek is generally considered to be of moderate to challenging difficulty. Here are some factors that contribute to its level of difficulty:
Altitude: Pangarchulla Peak stands at an elevation of around 4,700 meters (15,420 feet) above sea level. Trekking at high altitudes can be physically demanding and requires proper acclimatization.
Steep Ascents: The final ascent to Pangarchulla Peak involves steep and sometimes rocky terrain. You may encounter snow and ice on the way to the summit, especially in the early spring or late autumn.
Weather Conditions: Weather conditions in the Himalayas can change rapidly. Cold temperatures, high winds, and snowfall are common, especially during the winter and early spring. Trekkers need to be prepared for these challenging conditions.
Duration: The trek typically takes around 6-7 days, covering a distance of approximately 40-50 kilometers (25-31 miles), depending on the specific route taken. The long duration can add to the physical demands of the trek.
Fitness Level: Trekkers are required to have a reasonable level of physical fitness and stamina to complete the trek comfortably. Regular cardiovascular and strength training can be beneficial in preparing for the trek.
Acclimatization: Proper acclimatization is crucial to prevent altitude sickness. Trekking at high altitudes requires ascending gradually to allow your body to adjust to the reduced oxygen levels.
Trekking Gear: Depending on the season, you may need to carry additional gear such as crampons, ice axes, and warm clothing for the higher reaches of the trek.
While the Pangarchulla trek can be challenging, it is also immensely rewarding. The stunning views of the Himalayan peaks and the sense of accomplishment at reaching the summit make it a popular choice for trekkers looking to test their abilities in the mountains. However, it’s essential to be well-prepared, physically and mentally, and consider going with an experienced guide or group, especially if you’re relatively new to high-altitude trekking. Proper preparation and acclimatization are key to enjoying a safe and successful trek to Pangarchulla Peak.
Trekking to Pangarchulla Peak in late November can be challenging and is generally not recommended for most trekkers. Late November marks the beginning of winter in the Himalayas, and the region experiences harsh weather conditions that can make the trek dangerous. Here are some key considerations: Extreme Cold, Heavy Snowfall, Limited Facilities, Risk of Avalanches, and Shorter Days.
The duration of the Pangarchulla Peak trek typically spans about 5 to 6 days, including the time required for acclimatization and the ascent to the peak. As this mentioned in the Pangarchulla Peak trek itinerary.
Yes, you can book in advance for this Pangarchulla Peak trek via call us directly or booking online system.