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Kuari pass must visit destination in the Himalayas

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Introduction

The Kuari Pass Trek is one of the most beautiful and scenic treks in the Garhwal Himalayas, which connects Joshimath with Auli. The trek starts from Parsari village located at an altitude of 12500 feet above sea level. The route traverses through hilly terrains of Garhwal Himalayas and passes through beautiful valleys and forests. The best time to visit this region is during winters when snowfall on mountains can be seen clearly from topmost peaks of these ranges

The Kuari Pass Trek from Parsari village is a moderate trek and can be completed in less than a week. The trek doesn’t involve any difficult climbs, though it rises to an altitude of 12,500 feet above the sea level. It can be done in three days if you are fit and have some experience of trekking.

Where to Start Kuari Pass Trek

The Kuari Pass Trek starts from Parsari Village at an altitude of 13,000 feet above sea level (ASL). At first it passes through forested areas with high altitude meadows that offer pleasant views over valley below and surrounding mountains like Nandadevi Mountain range which lies at its southernmost end and Surabhi Peak which forms part of this range along with Jaganath Mountain Range on its northern side near Anjani village. After passing through this beautiful forest area we reach Singhal Valley where our next destination will be Bhagirathi Temple located about 4 km away from Singhal Valley itself on top of Dhauliganga River bank near Manu Peak which comes very close here too!

A tent is pitched by the guides at the end of every day’s trek. The campsite is usually located on a meadow or alongside a mountain stream, where there is enough water. You may not find fresh vegetables during the trek but they will provide you enough food supplies.

During your trek, you will be staying in tents. The campsite is usually located on a meadow or alongside a mountain stream, where there is enough water. You may not find fresh vegetables during the trek but they will provide you enough food supplies.

Your guide will provide all necessary equipment for camping such as tent, sleeping bag, food and water bottles etc., but still you should take some safety measures like flashlight (torch), first aid kit etc., so that if something goes wrong then at least nothing serious happens to anyone else who accompanied them on this journey

Most of the treks start in this part of Uttarakhand

The trek starts from Parsari village and ends at Kedarnath. It is a moderate treks, which does not involve any difficult climbs. The altitude of 12500 feet above sea level makes it an ideal destination for those who are looking for a relaxing getaway as well as adventure lovers.

The trek takes 3 days to complete and can be hiked by groups or individuals on their own accord.

By road, Joshimath or Auli can be reached from Rishikesh, which is well connected by air, rail and road with other parts of India. Gwaldam can also be approached from Haridwar via Ranikhet. Those coming to Badrinath temple will pass through Joshimath as well before heading to Badrinath temple which has one of biggest hindu temples in India

Joshimath is at an elevation of 10,000 feet above the sea level. Auli is at 9,300 feet above the sea level.

Hindus and Jains visit this place as it has religious importance for them. Buddhists also visit this temple as they believe that Badrinath has great significance to them too and therefore please visit it if you are a Buddhist or Jain!

Best time for Kuari Pass Trek?

Kuari Pass Trek is one of the most popular trekking routes in Nepal, and it can be done during any season. The best time for this trek is from February to May when the weather conditions are stable and warm enough for comfort. However, if you want to visit the Kuari Pass in winter then it’s better not to do so as there might be snowfall on some parts of your hike which will make things difficult for you.

If you’re planning a trip to Nepal then make sure that your accommodation option is booked well ahead before reaching Kathmandu airport or anywhere else where you’ll stay while exploring this beautiful country!

Conclusion

The best time to visit Kuari Pass Trek is from mid-May to mid-June when the weather is pleasant and there are less people on the trail. The best months for trekking in this region are April, May, June and September.

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