Glaciers, Morraines and Rocky Terrain And a High Mountain Pass – if that’s what you are looking for, then the Kalindi Pass trek is for you! The Kalindi Pass trek is a high altitude trek in the Garhwal region and is one of the most adventurous treks in the Indian Himalayas. It is a unique trek wherein one starts from Gangotri and ends at Badrinath. Flanked by majestic peaks like the Bhagirathi group of peaks, Shivling, Vasuki, Chandraparbat and Satopanth and altitudes ranging from 3048m at Gangotri to as high as 5948m at Kalindi Pass, this trek promises to be an adventure of a lifetime. Experience The Himalayas will make this the most thrilling adventure of your life!
Arrive at Gangotri in the afternoon and we'll help you check in to your hotel / Tourist guest house. In the evening you will witness the Ganga Arati at Gangotri and the worship of the goddess in the temple.
Today we'll explore Gangotri. We will visit the Surya Kund where you will find interesting rock formations eroded due to the strong current of the Bhagirathi. We will also visit the Pandava Gufa which is believed to have been the resting place of the Pandavas of the Mahabharata. In the evening you can stroll in the market area or simply sit by the banks of the Bhagirathi.
After performing a puja for the success of the trek, we start from Gangotri to trek to Bhojbasa (14km trek). Stay overnight at Bhojbasa.
Bhojbasa to Nandanvan 9 km trek we will be camp here
Nandanvan to Vasuki Tal. 6km Trek
Rest and Acclimatzation day at Vasuki Tal
Vasuki Tal to Khara Patthar 6km trek
Trek from Khara Pathar to Sweta Glacier (5200m/4-5hrs).
Sweta Glacier to Kalindikhal Base (5500m)
Start early today to reach the pass from Kalindikhal base to Kalindi Pass (5960m). It’s the most challenging day of the trek today with steep ascents and the trail is full of crevasses. After reaching the pass we trek down to Raj parav(4910m) which is again a steep descent.
Trek from Raj Parav to Arwatal(3910m).
A long Walk on Glacier Terrain leads to Arwatal
Trek from Arwatal to Ghastoli(3790m). and Badrinath
After a long walk through the moraines we will reach Ghastoli and Mana pass road to Badrinath
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