Kuari Pass is probably the best window to view high Himalayan Peaks all lined one after the other in one magnificent arc. This trek follows a trail blazed by Lord Curzon, the Viceroy of India, in 1905 and by Shipton and Tilman 30 years later. The Kuari Pass (3,650m) lies in the heart of Chamoli district of the Garhwal Himalayas. The 6-day trek passes through dense oak, pine, rhododendron, deodar and fir forests, and traverses several high alpine meadows. The area has numerous streams and waterfalls and rare flora and fauna. The trek is also dotted with quaint villages giving us a great insight into the everyday lives of the hardened hill folk. The 270 degrees Himalayan arc includes peaks of Chaukhamba, Kamet, Nilgiri, Neelkanth, Hathi Parbat, Ghodi Parbat, Barmal, Nanda Devi, Changabang, Dunagiri and Bithartoli all high 6000 & 7000ers.

Grading  Easy Trek

Max Altitude  3650m

Land Cost per person in SGD: from $ 1458