Kuari Pass Trek
KUARI Pass Trek is considered to have been examined by Viceroy of India, Lord Curzon and hence have also got the name as Lord Curzon Trail. Tucked in the GARHWAL Himalaya and a short distance from skiing destination called AULI, KUARI Pass Trek is ideal for beginners and those who wish to seek experiences of what it is to live amongst the snow. The trek assures to open up gateways for the undiscovered to testify, the rural culture to be seen and the simple living to be acknowledged. Despite all the hardship that one might deal with while on this trek, the attachment remains that this trek brings you in contact with the nature and help you explore your own strength.
A temperate trek in GARHWAL Himalaya, the trekking tracks of KUARI Pass trek offers a distinctive scene of the landscape of UTTARAKHAND. On this trek to KUARI Pass, you will get an opportunity to stare at the sky-meeting peaks. KAMET (7756m), TRISHUL (7120m), CHAUKHAMBA (7128m), great peak of Nanda Devi (7817m) and its twin Nanda Devi East (7434m) along with other less popular yet imposing peaks like GHUNTI, HATHI GHODI Parbat, NEELKANTH, DRONAGIRI, MUKUT Parbat, MANA, Rishi PAHAD, and CHANGBANG. You will cross through remote villages that self-praise of their simple living yet rich culture. Since KUARI Pass is the famous trek, you have the opportunity to enjoy the pleasing colours in the surrounding with trees, leaves turning orange and yellow and the brown mountain clad with white snow.
The highlights of KUARI Pass trek are the view of Nanda Devi Massif, the VINAYAK Pass, TALI Top and the GORSON BUGYAL. The trails can also give the chance to catch the glimpse of Himalayan black bears and pugmarks of leopards. While the trek is dotted with Oak, Deodar and Rhododendron trees, the BUGYALS (especially GORSON BUGYAL) or large meadows anticipate being snow-blanketed anytime soon.