Miyar, is a very remote and fairly inaccessible valley at the extreme western corner of the large district of Lahaul and Spiti, in the state of Himachal Pradesh in India. Starting in Miyar valley, the trek to Kang La (pass) involves traversing over the 24 km long Miyar glacier and a climb up to 5450m. This pass forms the route to cross over into the Zanskar Valley which lies north of the Great Himalayan range.
Kuari Pass is probably the best window to view high Himalayan Peaks all lined one after the other in one magnificent arc. 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.