Phulara Ridge Trek

A Unique Ridge Trek With Amazing Meadows Along The Way

One of The Best Trekking Destinations for Families and Beginners
6 Days
Trek Altitude
12,300 Feet
Trek Distance
27 KM
Group Size
Best Time

Phulara Ridge Trek

Phulara Ridge trek, If you've ever experienced the Himalayas, you know that while you may physically be anywhere in the world, your soul remains nestled in the lap of the mountains. Uttarakhand, adorned with nature's abundant beauty, takes your breath away at every glance. From the enchanting depths of mysterious forests to the soothing murmurs of rivers, from the vibrant plumage of birds to the kaleidoscope of wildflowers in the green 'Bugiyals' or meadows, and from the ancient, contemplative mountains to the lively waterfalls rushing down like gleeful maidens—Uttarakhand has it all. No wonder it's known as 'Deva Bhumi': the land of gods. Embarking on a journey to Uttarakhand is truly a spiritual odyssey, especially for avid trekkers.
Phulara_Ridge_TrekStunning View from the Ridge of Phulara

Govind Pashu Vihar National Park is the home to many trekking routes. Sankri, situated within the park, acts as a base camp for treks such as Har Ki Dun, Bali Pass, and Kedarkantha. Pushtara Meadows via Phulara Ridge Trek is one of the lesser-known but amazing treks. Commencing from Sankri village, the trek serves as a base camp and is accessible 190 km from Dehradun, passing through Mussoorie, Kempty Falls, and Naugaon, where the route diverges toward Yamunotri and Sankri. Notable towns ahead include Purola and Mori. Beyond Mori, be prepared for limited network coverage and a rugged road as you enter the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park.

Highlights of Phulara Ridge Trek:

This trek was recently discovered, so it's not as well-known. However, its beauty is not less than other beautiful treks in India. The ridge offers stunning views of Mt Swargarohi, Black Peak, Mt Bandarpoonch, Sarutal Top, Draupadi Ka Daanda (DKD), Ranglana Peak, Hata Peak, etc. You can trek the Phulara Ridge, which is easy to moderate in terms of difficulty, covering just 30 km. It takes 2 days to reach the ridge and another 2 days to return to the Basecamp.

1. Pushtara Meadows.

The Phulara Ridge showcases nature's grand design. Wherever you look, you'll be amazed by the beautiful mountains and valleys stretching out before you. Pushtara Meadows is one of the main attractions of that design. The route of the ridge is a mix of ascending and descending, and after the final descent, the grasslands of Pushtara will open before your eyes. For a moment time will stand still until you can completely grasp the vastness of it. Green-carpeted meadows will please your eyes and relax your senses. You will feel as if you have waited to be here for years. At high altitude places the surface of the soil is very soft and the grass growing above it is even more soft. At the Pushtara meadows, if you take off your shoes and stand barefoot on the soft grass for a moment, all your tiredness will go away instantly.

2. Mesmerizing Views of Mountain Peaks.

The snow-capped mountain ranges that dominate the landscape add to the awe-inspiring views during trekking. As you are trekking, you feel the snow-clad mountains moving along with you. Phulara Ridge overlooks prominent peaks such as Mount Swargarohini, Saru tal Top, Draupadi Ka Danda (DKD), Bandarpoonch Range, Black Peak (Kala Nag), Hata Peak, Ranglana Peak, Dhumdhar Kandi, Baradsar, Devkyara, Vijay Top, Kedarkantha, etc.

The view of Mount Swargarohini is truly stunning, especially at sunset. Due to its picturesque views, it is suitable for both beginners and experienced trekkers.

3. On the way exploration of Juda ka Talab.

Juda Ka Talab is a high-altitude small lake which we get to see on the second stop of the trekking day. Juda Ka Talab is the place which is one of the major attraction points of the famous Kedarkantha trek which is popular as the most popular winter trek not only in Uttarakhand but in India. This lake is situated at an altitude of 2,700 meters above sea level. After starting the trek from Sankri, it takes only 4-5 hours to reach Juda Ka Talab. Located at a distance of 4 km from Sankari Basecamp, this picturesque spot offers beautiful camping sites near the lake.

4. Trekking through the dense forest of Govind National Park.

While trekking through the dense forest of Govind National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary, you can see various species of trees while relaxing and the fresh air. You see some species of trees like Walnut, Rhododendron, Maple, Abies pindrow, Deciduous, Oak, Cedrus deodara, Pinus roxburghii, and so many others. Pinus roxburgii, commonly known as "Chir pine" is one of the most dominant forest plants and contributes to a vast proportion (~16.15%) of the total forest area.

5. Sankri Basecamp

Sankri is the place in Uttarakhand which is the base camp or trekking start point of more than 18 beautiful treks. Phulara Ridge also starts from this beautiful town. In Sankari you can visit the nearby villages, such as Naitwar – which is famous for the temple dedicated to Karna, the famous warrior of the Mahabharata era. You can experience the folk culture of Uttarakhand by visiting many villages like Saud, Sidri, Jakhol, Dhatmir, etc. Just as the last village situated in the north of Uttarakhand is Mana village, in the same way Osla is considered to be the last village in the west of Uttarakhand.

If you want to experience the traditional folk culture and lifestyle of Uttarakhand, then it is very difficult to find any other place other than Osla Village. Osla Village is at a distance of about 22 km from Sankri, while after walking a little further 5 km, one can see the beautiful view of India's famous Har Ki Doon Valley.

6. The Best Trekking Destination for Families

Places that are displayed without any kind of disruption in activities and which are very easy to reach. Phulara Ridge Trek possesses characteristics like easy terrain, clean environment, beautiful landscape, and nature. It gives information about the local ecosystem, plants, and animals, the geography of a place, and even the culture present in that particular area. By doing the Phulara Ridge trek, children learn first-hand about nature and the environment. One great thing about the trek is that it opens in summer and autumn, while summer is the best time to visit the Phulara Ridge Trek. At the same time, there are many holidays in schools and colleges during summer. So, this destination is definitely a must-visit for families.

Phulara Ridge Trek
Campsite view- Phulara Ridge

Best time to Visit Phulara Ridge Trek:

Summer and autumn are the times when the weather is more favorable for trekking on Phulara Ridge. After all, summer is the best time to visit Phulara Ridge Trek. Because at this time the snow melts to a great extent and with this new change new flowers bloom. The Pushtara Bugyal situated in this trek blooms with fresh and attractive green grass.

Phulara Ridge Trek in summer (April to last week of June):

During the summer season the trek provides an opportunity to witness the enchanting meadows of Pushtara with its rare alpen-glow, blooming rhododendrons. All these features make this trek the most suitable time to do this trek in summer. Light rain at this time makes the journey even more pleasant.

The presence of snow largely depends on the snowfall last year, if there was heavy snowfall, you can expect snow patches on the Phulara Ridge trail in the last week of April and if there was no heavy snowfall last year, then the snow will melt completely after the first week of April. Once the snow melts completely, meadows and flowers begin to emerge.

During May, the forests and meadows are a sight to behold, adorned with bright and beautiful vegetation. Nature blossoms even more in June, the landscape becomes even greener with a carpet of flowers in full bloom.

During summer the temperature ranges between 15°C to 20°C during the day and 5°C to 10°C at night. At times the temperature may drop below freezing point.

Phulara Ridge Trek in Autumn (Mid September to last week of November):

Another good time to trek Phulara Ridge is after the monsoon and autumn season – September to November. In September this route remains green due to the monsoon rains of the previous month.

As you move towards autumn, the color of the area changes dramatically to yellow and orange. The colors of the trek come alive through each part of the trek.

One of the most notable features of this season is the clear skies, which provide trekkers with the best view of the mountains. Autumn is also a great time for night stargazing, making it a delightful experience for nature lovers.

During this season, the day time temperature of the ridge remains between 10 °C and 15 °C while at night the temperature falls between 0 °C and -5 °C.

Snowfall starts after the last week of November and turns into heavy snowfall by the first week of December. Phulara Ridge Trek remains closed during winter due to its icy road. Although Phulara Ridge Trek is not a very difficult trek, its narrow ridge becomes risky when the weather is bad.

Difficulty level of Phulara Ridge Trek:

Phulara Ridge is a easy to moderate trek in terms of difficulty, making it suitable for both novice and experienced trekkers. Phulara ridge which rises to a height of more than 12000 feet. Despite being at such a high altitude, there is no other difficulty factor in the trek except the narrow ridge. Trails are well-beaten and easy to follow. There is gradual ascents so a less chances of AMS during the Phulara Ridge trekking. Gradual ascents help you to fully acclimatize for an altitude of 12,300 ft.

It is easy to walk on this Phulara Phulara with many ups and downs. The only section that requires a lot of attention from trekkers is the ridge walk. This section is a narrow road with open spaces on both sides. It can be difficult to navigate on hazy days, bad weather, or when there is snow. This is the only reason that makes the journey to Phulara Ridge very difficult, risky and avoidable during winter and monsoon. In May or November, when snow occasionally falls, Gaiters and microspikes can help provide trekkers with the protection they need to trek successfully.

About the Phulara Ridge Basecamp: Sankri:

Sankri is located within the Govind Pashu Vihar National Park and is the starting point of various well-known treks including Har ki Dun Trek, Kedarkantha Trek, and Bali Pass Trek.


The southern slopes of the western Himalayan range in Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand, have been inhabited by indigenous communities for centuries. Explored by British climbers in the 19th century, the upper Tons valley became the Govind Pashu Vihar in 1955, covering 958 sq. km. It was later designated a National Park in 1990. Sankri serves as the gateway to the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary/National Park, offering a rich biodiversity with diverse flora and fauna.

What to Know:

Sankari is located in Uttarkashi district and forms part of Sankari range along with Rupin and Supin ranges. The protected area includes the Rupin and Supin river valleys, which are important watersheds for the Tons River. There are high lakes and alpine meadows (bugyals), as well as a special snow leopard reserve. The region is home to a variety of wildlife including black and white tigers, musk deer, bharl and thar. The sanctuary supports several villages, including Saur Sankari, where locals rely on traditional farming and animal husbandry.

What to Do:

  • Village Walk and Cultural Exchange: Explore solar hybrids, enjoy warm hospitality and witness traditions preserved from centuries past.
  • Religious Exploration: Visit the Someshwar Mahadev temple and take part in the village festivities during the rainy season and partake in the local rituals.
  • Camping: Enjoy celestial constellations, Supin Valley and starry night glory while camping.
  • Hiking: Explore tree houses and locally grown vegetables and talk to locals through village walks.
  • Bird Watching & Jungle Walk: Explore the flora and fauna of Sankari through forest walks and bird watching.
  • Trekking: Use Sankari as a base for popular treks like Har-ki-Dun, Kedarkanth and Bali Pass.
  • Photography: Capture beautiful landscapes, flora and fauna, and make Sankari a place for photography.
  • Staying: The Himalayan Shelter Guest House in Sankari offers comfortable accommodation and local hill food.

How to Reach the Sankri Basecamp of Phulara Ridge:

Sankari is a camp for Phulara Ridge Trek. Sankari is 187 km from Dehradun and can be reached via Mussoorie, Damta, Naugaon, Purola and Mori. Dehradun is easily accessible from Delhi or anywhere else in India. As Dehradun is the capital of Uttarakhand and well connected by road, rail and air (Jolly Grant Airport).

How to Reach Sankri from Dehradun:

Every morning, a limited number of shared buses and taxis leave from Dehradun railway station for Sankari. It takes 9-11 hours to reach Sankari from Dehradun. Uttarakhand Transport Corporation buses run daily from Daihradun on the Sankari-Jakhol route, leaving at 05:30 am. Also, two private buses leave from just outside Dehradun railway station for Sankari around 7:00 am. Shared taxis are easily available near Hotel Milan or Hotel Grand, just 2-3 minutes from Dehradun railway station. These taxis reach Purola, 54 km from Sankari. The journey usually takes 5 to 6 hours.Take a shared taxi from Purola to Sankari in the morning before noon. Plan your visit to Purola accordingly. If you miss the Dehradun bus or shared taxi, take a private taxi near Prince Chowk, about 100 meters from the railway station. he is expected to pay Rs. 6,000 to Rs. 7,000 for a Max or Bolero booking.

Customize Your Trek with Himalaya Shelter:

At Himalayan Shelter, we give you the flexibility to customize your travel experience. Whether you are a solo traveler, a group of friends, or a family, you can choose our personalized itineraries. These customized tours will be designed just for you, taking into account your specific needs for travel, accommodation, meals, and other luxuries you may need during the trek. No other people will be added to your group. Choosing a personalized trip allows you to fully enjoy the trip with your loved ones.


Drive: 190 km, 8-9 hrs

Altitude: 2,100 ft (640 m) – 6,398 ft (1,950 m)

Accommodation: Guest House

Meals: Dinner


It is easier to get to Sankri from Dehradun or Missouri. The journey is about 8-10 hours long but the scenic route won’t allow any dip in the excitement. The gentle babbling of the river Tons will keep you company while quaint small towns of the Uttarkashi district such as Purola pass by. As we reach the last 22 km of the way to Sankri, we’ll be in Govind National Park, home to a rich variety of flora and fauna. Travelling through such enchanting surroundings will reinvigorate your spirit, washing away any remnant of tiredness. Sankri, our charming village destination is located within this vast park.

On arriving in Sankri, we will be rewarded with stunning views of the Swargarohini ranges. You can explore the area and catch the enchanting sunset with the backdrop of the Himalayas. After an overnight stay in this beautiful village, we shall begin our trek the next day with a revitalized spirit.

Trek: 4.5 km, 4-5 hrs

Altitude: 6,398 ft (1,950 m) – 8,900 ft (2,712 m)

Accommodation: Camping (Alpine Tents)

Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Evening Snacks + Dinner


We begin our trek with a slight ascend through a dense forest. You’ll find towering pine trees all around, exuding a tranquil vibe. Keep a lookout for native birds such as treepies, woodpeckers, and drongos. After continuing the climb uphill for some time, we will encounter a picturesque clearing, which has the only ‘Dhaba’ we’ll find during the trek. What’s more? If you’re lucky, you may even find a villager greeting you with some melodious tunes on his flute.


On reaching Sikolta, we will set down our bags and go on an excursion to Juda ka Talab, a beautiful alpine lake. From here, you can also soak in the beautiful views of snow-covered peaks in the distance.

We will camp overnight amidst such beautiful surroundings and resume our trek the following day.

Trek: 4.5 km, 5 hrs

Altitude:  8,900 ft (2,712 m) – 11,200 ft (3,413 m)

Accommodation: Camping (Alpine Tents)

Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Evening Snacks + Dinner



Today, as we resume our journey through the forest again, it will lead us to a wooden bridge. Listen to the burble of a small brook flowing beneath this bridge as you walk through it. After conquering a short patch of steep ascent, you’ll be rewarded with the opening of the beautiful “Karsu Thatch”. This is a verdant area where you’ll find yellow wildflowers in abundance. There’s also an abandoned wooden house, making the whole scene look like it’s straight out of a postcard.


The path ahead is dotted with rhododendrons which give way to a gorgeous meadow of the lush green grass of Bhoj Gadi. With a backdrop of snow-capped mountains and vast grasslands, this is one of the most beautiful campsites on a Himalayan trail. The campsite offers amazing views of the Kedarkantha and Swargarohini peaks. Stroll through the area which also features a fascinating arrangement of stones and a log. Soak in the beautiful surroundings and let the meditative vibe of the place wash over you.

Trek: 8.5 km, 7-8 hrs

Altitude: 11,200 ft (3,413 m) – 12,300 ft (3,749 m) – 9,800 ft (2,987 m)

Accommodation: Camping (Alpine Tents)

Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Evening Snacks + Dinner


Begin the day by catching a dazzling sunrise and prepare for the trek’s most significant day. After trekking for an hour from Bhoj Gadi, we will descend to the iconic Phulara Ridge. Its narrow edges slope down into valleys on either side, offering you a panoramic view of some of the most enchanting Garhwal Himalayan Mountain ranges. Soak in the sublime beauty of the popular Swargarohini, Kalanag, and Bandarpoonch ranges amongst others. Stating that the experience will leave you awestruck is an understatement.


After crossing the ridge, we will descend into the picturesque expanse of Pushtara Bugyal, which is the Pushtara meadows. A pleasant walk amidst these verdant greens is a welcome change after the exhilarating climb. The place is home to a rich variety of flowers including the Brahmakamal and Fankamal. With such abundant beautiful flowers, the Phulara ridge stands true to its name. Keep your eyes peeled for the rare Monal pheasant, the official state bird.

We will camp amidst such ethereal environs for the night.

Trek: 10 km, 7 hrs

Altitude: 9,800 ft (2,987 m) – 6,398 ft (1950 m)

Accommodation: Camping (Alpine Tents)

Meals: Breakfast + Lunch + Evening Snacks + Dinner


Today, we begin our descent into civilization. As we continue along the trail, we’ll make our way toward the village of Taluka. After crossing the verdant Pushtara meadows, we will pass through lush forests and continue across the rest of the trail. During the journey, you’ll find plenty of beautiful yellow wildflowers, reminding you of the beautiful memories you made during your journey. You’ll also find groups of ‘langoors’ playing and moving across trees. It’s a treat to watch their mischievous ways.


During the final part of our trek, we will start encountering scattered settlements, and eventually reach the quaint village. We’ll be greeted by friendly villagers and curious little children who may request a candy or two. The charming Himalayan settlement provides a peek into the simple life of its inhabitants.

A vehicle will take us back to Sankri, where we will spend the night. You can roam around in the evening to the intriguing shops of the area to get the perfect souvenir to remember the trip by.

Drive: 190 km, 8-9 hrs

Altitude: 6,398 ft (1950 m) – 2,100 ft (640 m)

Meals: Breakfast


We will start our journey back home, taking with us countless special memories and a sense of pride in completing this unique trek. We will reach Dehradun by late afternoon or early evening. From there, you can book your journey back to your hometown. Wish to get some more adventure before heading back home? You can also choose to visit Rishikesh or Tapovan to end the trip on a high note.

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Frequently Asked Questions about the Phulara Ridge Trek

Phulara Ridge trek difficulty level is easily moderate, based on the altitude gain and overall distance covered during the trek.

The weather conditions on the Phulara Ridge Trek vary according to the season. The most favorable times for the trek are during Summer (April to June) or Autumn and the starting of Winter (September to November), when the weather is mild and sunny.

Summer (April to June): During the day, the temperature ranges from 12°C to 20°C, while at night it drops to 5°C to 0°C.

Autumn (September to November): During the day, the temperature ranges from 8°C to 14°C, while at night it drops to 0°C to -2°C.

Winter (November to February): Trekking in this period can be very cold, with temperatures dropping below freezing at night. Snowfall is possible, which can make the trails more challenging to navigate.

Sankri is the basecamp for the Phulara Ridge Trek. There are several options to reach Sankri, as mentioned below.
Sankri, a quaint Uttarakhand village, serves as a base camp for various treks in the region. Public buses shared jeeps, and shared taxis run between Dehradun and Sankri.

How to Reach Dehradun from Delhi

By Road:- Overnight UKRTC buses and Volvos, ranging from Rs 600 to Rs 900, operate from ISBT Delhi to ISBT Dehradun
By Train:-

Trains from Delhi to Dehradun-
delhi to dehradun

It’s recommended to opt for the overnight Kota Express, also known as Nanda Devi Express, departing at 11:50 PM, and arriving in Dehradun at 5:45 AM, aligning with our morning pickup schedule.


By Air:-

IndiGo – 6E-2582, 6E-2071, 6E-5175, 6E-2134, and Vistara UK-617, are some regular flights from Indira Gandhi Airport, Delhi to Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun. The schedules for these flights can be easily checked online.

The Dehradun railway station, a hub for private and shared cabs heading to Sankri, is situated 30 km from the airport. Private taxis are easily accessible within the airport premises, with booking charges of Rs 1200 – 1500 for a Dzire or similar and Rs 1800 – 2200 for an Innova or similar vehicles.



How to Reach Sankri from Dehradun:-

Every morning, a limited number of shared cabs and buses depart for Sankri from the vicinity of Dehradun Railway Station.

Govt. Buses and Private Buses-

Only one government bus departs from Dehradun Railway Station to Sankri at 8:00 am. Additionally, two private buses leave around 7:00 am from just outside the Dehradun Railway Station heading to Sankri town. The fare for this journey is approximately Rs. 400 per person, which is roughly the same for both the government and private buses.

Private Cab or Taxies-

You can easily locate shared taxis near Hotel Milan or Hotel Grand, merely a 2-3 minute walk from Dehradun Railway Station. These taxis operate up to Purola, which is 54 kilometers away from Sankri. The journey lasts approximately 5 to 6 hours, with a fare of Rs. 400.

From Purola, you’ll find shared cabs to take you directly to Sankri. However, it’s crucial to bear in mind that these cabs typically depart before noon. Hence, plan to reach Purola in the morning if you choose this route. The cab fare from Purola to Sankri ranges from 200 to 300 rupees. (This fare is applicable only when the taxi is full of passengers; otherwise, the cost may vary based on the number of participants.)

In case you miss the buses or taxis from Dehradun for any reason, or due to personal preference, you also have the option to book a private taxi from the same location or near Prince Chowk, approximately 100 meters away from the Railway Station. This would amount to approximately Rs. 6,000 to Rs. 7,000 for booking a Maxx or Bolero.


Shared or Private Vehicle arranged by Himalaya Shelter-

Himalaya Shelter offers both shared and private transport services directly to Sankri for trekkers. Please note that for shared vehicles, we have fixed departure dates, and it is advisable to book your seats at least a week in advance of the departure from Dehradun. We also offer pickup and drop facilities for your hotel stay in Dehradun.

Highlights of the Phulara Ridge Trek-

  • Forest Wander-

Morning unveils a magazine-worthy woodland. Majestic pines vie for eminence along the trail. Deeper, oaks, rhododendrons, and deodars weave a denser tapestry. Avian companions dart among branches, a delightful hide-and-seek. Beneath, moss-clad terrain offers a tactile delight. Enchanting shadows dance with the breeze, a tranquil sylvan symphony.

  • Juda Ka Talab-

Trails ascend for 1.5 kilometers, revealing a stunning lake—legendary Juda Ka Talab. A revered alpine lake in the Sankri Region. Sitting by the emerald green lake, watching leaves twirl and swirl, calms the soul.

  • The Ridge Walk-

Experience the grand spectacle, the ridge walk. Starting early, we ascend along a trail parallel to the ridge. At 2 kilometers, a colossal ridge spans at 3,700 meters. Scenic vistas of mountains and meadows greet us. Colors change with every kilometer. The vibrant route leads to golden brown shrubs and maroon-red crops. Swargarohini and Kalanag peaks grace the view.

  • The Descending Meadows of Pushtara-

After 4 hours on Phulara Ridge, we descend to Pushtara meadows. Blissful motion, the easiest descent.

  • A Walk Through the Taluka Village-

On the last day, we descend 3 kilometers from Pushtara campsite, arriving at a T-junction. The left path leads to the ancient village, Taluka. Witness the mountain lifestyle at its best. Entering Taluka, see villagers working hard on farms. Taste true humbleness.

The Phulara Ridge Trek reaches its highest point at an altitude of 12,150 feet (3,710 meters) on the fourth day, during the trek from Bhoj Gadi to Pushtara via Phulara Ridge

The Phulara Ridge trek typically spans 4 to 5 days, covering a distance of approximately 25 kilometers.

The Phulara Ridge Trek is nestled in the scenic Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, India. This stunning trail winds through the Govind Wildlife Sanctuary.

Embarking from the picturesque village of Sankri, approximately 200 kilometers from Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand, this trek offers an unforgettable journey.


  1. Transport support from Dehradun to Dehradun
  2. Pick-up location: Prince Chowk, near Dehradun Railway Station
    Pick-up Time: Around 7:30 am
  3. All vegetarian meals starting from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on the last day
  4. Professional Guide, Cook and Support staff
  5. First-Aid kit with Oximeter and Portable Oxygen Cylinder
  6. Kitchen tents, common tents, toilet tents with portable toilet seats
  7. Rent for camping equipment like Clean sleeping bags and foam mattresses, Good quality ‘A’ shaped or dome tents, Camping stools, Table and Crampons and gaiters if required
  8. Forest entry charges for Indian nationals (Additional charges will be applicable for international tourists)
  9. Porter and mule support to carry camping equipment and personal luggage
  10. Accommodation throughout the trek on a triple-sharing basis
  11. Guesthouse accommodation on the first and second last day on a triple-sharing basis
  12. All applicable taxes
  1. Personal expenses like tips, personal medicines, phone calls etc.
  2. Any transport support during the trek apart from what is included above
  3. Any cost or services not mentioned in the Inclusions
  4. Accommodation in Dehradun
  5. Adventure Insurance
  6. Cost arising due to unforeseen incidents like bad weather, medical evacuation, roadblocks etc
  7. Porter and mule support to carry personal Luggage can be arranged at an additional cost of INR 350 per bag per day (weighing up to 12 kg)
  8. Please carry a lunch box for packed lunch/breakfast to avoid using polythenes and Aluminium foils. Keeping the Himalayas clean is our own responsibility. Reduce the use of Plastic when you are in the abode of the Sacred Himalaya. 🌱