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Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek
The Nandikund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass trek is a diamond of a trek in the lap of the Himalayas of
Uttrakhand. Presenting close perspectives of Chaukhaba, Mandani and perspectives to the
extent the Panpatia Snow field, Neelkanth,Parvati and that of the rich Nanda Devi and so on,
from the highest point of Ghiya Vinayak pass, the Nandikund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass trek is simply
eminent and an absolute necessity improve the situation all the Himalayan High Seekers.
Nandikund is a lovely high elevation lake spread over a territory of 1.5 km situated at 15748
foot.On the way to Madhyamaheshwar – Kalpeshwar trail. The trail summons a delightful view of
rich green knolls and the snow secured Chaukhamba gathering of pinnacles of and Mandani
Parbat. This high height trek takes you over the high ranges without including the ice sheets or
even snow if endeavouring in harvest time. In any case, amid spring and late-spring, you may
discover a lot of snow.
The impressive view of the Himalayas as you can see the Himalayan range from east to
There are a number of trekking routes to explore.
A perfect place to capture the breathtaking view of the stretching sky with the field
covered with white snow.
This trek is just opposite to the famous Roopkund trek, which is one of the most attractive
The best place to trek and explore during the winters, is the month of December or
The appealing treat comes as the Pindari Glacier at Zero Point, whose unearthly magnificence
at 12,300 feet will top you off with unfathomable happiness. Its best piece? This trek is flawlessly
suited for families, including kids.
What makes this trip different?
The Himalayan Mountains of India coax both national and universal Mountain Trekkers to
appreciate the excite of trekking, the snow-clad ice sheets, rich green knolls, perfectly clear
water streaming in waterways with plenitude of grand wonders and a peaceful air. Nandikund
Trek is one of them. In any case, the distinction is, notwithstanding the joy of trekking mountainways, the trekkers can likewise visit in transit legacy and Hindu folklore related spots,
sanctuaries and landmarks..
Day 1 : Dehradun to Ransi
Time taken : 8 hrs (242.7km)
Early morning we will be heading to ransi from dehradun which takes 8 to 9 hours to reach.
Ransi is a Village in Ukhimath Block in RudraPrayag District of Uttarakhand State, India. It is
located 43 KM towards North from District head quarters Rudraprayag.
Day 2 : Ransi to Bantoli
Time taken : 4 to 5 hours (114.9km)
In the morning after early breakfast we will trek to Bantoli which is approx 4 hours away from
ransi, Bantoli is a Village in Karnaprayag Block in Chamoli District of Uttarakhand State, Bantoli is
a beautiful place. With a small iron bridge and a fantastic valley around the confluence of
Madmaheswar Ganga and Markandeya Ganga it presents itself like a mountain lass. Though the
grid of slender tress one can see shining mandani peak.
Day 3 : Bantoli to Madhymeshwar
Time taken : 4 to 5 hours (8km)
Altitude : 11550ft.
Today after the breakfast at 8.00AM, we will trek 8kms to reach Madhyameshwar, Bantoli to
Madhmaheshwar there is a steep ascent. Bantoli is the point of confluence of
Madhyamaheshwar Ganga and Martyenda Ganga.
Day 4 : Madhymeshwar to Kachni Dhar
Time taken : 5 to 6 hours (10km)
Altitude : 14520ft.
At 8.00AM after having breakfast, we will trek 10kms to reach Kachani Dhar, After waking up to a
lovely morning in the blessed site of Madhyamaheshwar, we get ready to tackle the day's trek. It
involves a steep continuous climb to the Kachni Khal marked typically by 2 huge rocks forming a
gateway. Climb of some 4 - 5 hours gets us to the top of Kachni Khal. From here, the trail forks
and one goes left towards Kedarnath, other to Panpatia and the route on the right goes towards
Day 5 : Kachni Dhar to Pandavsera
Time taken : 5 to 6 hours (9km)
Altitude : 13,530ft.
Today’s trek is going to an amazing trek and leave all the signs of civilization, we are going to see
the shepherd’s trail to reach Pandavsera, trek through bushes and crosses and the mother
nature which is going to make this experience worth living, throughout the way we are going to
get a glimpse of few small waterfalls to reach the flat meadows.
Day 6 : Pandavsera to Barma Bugyal
Time taken : 7 to 8 hours (12km)
Altitude : 13,530ft.
Today it is going to be a long day so starting the trek as early as possible going to be a good
option, we come across the pious lake of Nandi Kund and will also cross the mighty Ghiya
Vinayak Pass to topple over to the other side of the valley, The trail follows the
Madhyamaheshwar nala emerging out from Nandi Kun.
Day 7 : Barma Bugyal to Bansi-Narayan
Time taken : 6 to 7 hours (14km)
Altitude : 11,550ft.
Good morning and get ready for today’s adventure which is going to be not so uncomfortable
and also easier with the eye capturing beauty like strechted soft green gress land and thick
conifers. The trail going to reach easily to the Manpai Bugiyal from Barma Bugiyal before
descending steeply through the forest to the tributary of the Kalpa Ganga. From here, it further
climbs up to the greens of Bansi Narayan, marked by a small temple.
Day 8 : Bansi-Narayan to Urgaon
Time taken : 6 to 7 hours (12km)
Altitude : 6,600ft.
Today the trek is going to be little tiring, we continue the descend similar to yesterday with
multiple ascends and descends to get us at the ugrum. Now Kalpeshwar is just 2 Kilometers
from here and we are going to visit it in the evening.
Day 9 : Urgaon to Dehradun
Time taken : 8 hours (230km)
Good morning, get ready, have you breakfast because it’s the end of the wonderful journey as
we have to drive back to where we started it, now wave a goodbye to the Himalayas with the
same enthusiasm and promise to visit again with same spirit to the different location.