The Pangarchulla Peak Trek is one of the most thrilling experiences in the Indian Himalayas. It is a magnificent adventure that offers an unforgettable journey of exploration and self-discovery. With its jaw-dropping views, exciting trails and lush green meadows, Pangarchulla Peak Trek is ideal for trekkers and adventurers of all levels. Witness the 360-degree views of the Greater Himalayan peaks like Mt. Nanda Devi (7816 meters), Mt. Kamet (7756 meters), Mt. Chaukhamba (7138 meters), Mt. Dronagiri (7066 meters), Mt. Kedarnath (6940 meters), Mana Parvat I and Mana Parvat II,  Hathi Parvat (6727 meters),  Mt. Neelkanth (6596 meters), etc.

Best Time

The best time to take the Pangarchulla Peak Trek is between April and June and then again from September to November. During these months, the weather is ideal for trekking and the trails are open for exploration. The days are sunny and the nights are cool, making it the perfect time for a trek.

During the monsoon season of July and August, the landscape is lush and vibrant. Though, the trails can be slippery and dangerous. In the winter months of December and January, the trail is mostly covered in snow. Due to this, the temperatures are much colder.

Pangarchulla Peak TrekItinerary.

The Pangarchulla Peak Trek itinerary starts from Dehradun to the starting point of the trek at Joshimath. From here, trekkers can explore the beautiful landscapes of the Garhwal Himalayas. Henceforth, the trekkers make their way to the base camp at Dhak. On the second day, the trek will be from Dhak to Gulling.

On the third day, start from Gulling to Khullara campsite. After the steep climb of yesterday, today’s trek will be easier. Despite the steep gradients, you will have an enjoyable trek.

The fourth day of the trek is the most challenging, as trekkers have to climb a steep slope for about 4-5 hours to reach the summit of Pangarchulla Peak. During the climb, trekkers can take in the magnificent views of the Nanda Devi, Trishul and the Garhwal Himalayas.

The next day is spent descending from Pangarchulla Peak to Joshimath, where trekkers can explore the local attractions before returning to Dehradun. The trek is usually completed in five, but some trekkers may opt to take a longer route and spend more nights in Joshimath or explore the area further.

The Pangarchulla Peak Trek is a unique experience that allows you to explore the majestic beauty of the Indian Himalayas. With its beautiful landscapes, challenging trails and thrilling summit, the trek is the perfect adventure for trekkers and adventurers of all levels. Plan your trek wisely, taking into account the best time, itinerary and cost.  Rest assured you’ll have an unforgettable trekking experience that you’ll never forget.  To confirm your slot for the upcoming batches, click here –

Pangarchulla Trek – Trek Cost and Things to carry.