The Pindari Glacier is a glacier found in the upper reaches of the Kumaon Himalayas, to the southeast of Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot. The glacier flows to the south for a short distance of about 3 km (1.9 mi),0.25 km in breadth and gives rise to the Pindari River which meets the Alakananda at Karnaprayag in the Garhwal district.
The trail to reach the glacier crosses the villages of Saung, Loharkhet, crosses over the Dhakuri Pass, continues onto Khati village (the last inhabited village on the trail), Dwali, Phurkia and finally Zero Point, Pindar, the end of the trail. Though most of the trail is along the banks of the Pindari River, the river is mostly hidden until after Khati.
The Pindari Glacier trail provides for a 90 km (56 mi) round-trip trek that most people find comfortable to complete in six days.
Itinerary (Day by Day)
Kathgodam to Kausani (145 kms)
Kausani to Loharkhet (96 kms)
Loharkhet to Dhakuri 10 kms trek
Dhakuri to Khati 9 kms trek
Khati to Dwali 11 kms trek
Dwali to 0 Point 12 kms trek
Explore 0 Point
0 Point to Dwali 12 kms trek
Dwali to Khati 11 kms trek
Khati to Dhakuri 9 kms trek
Dhakuri to Loharkhet 10 kms trek
Loharkhet to Kausani (96 kms)
Kausani to Kathgodam (146 kms) and Departure
Tent, Local Homestay, Hotels or Resorts, Rest House according to the Altitude
Non Veg & Veg (Traditional & Continental)
Tent, Mattresses, Sleeping Bags, Sitting Chairs as required, Utensils, etc. (all are branded)
Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Rock Craft, Snow Craft, River Crossing, Zipline, etc. as required
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