Kuari Pass Trek is reckoned to have been explored 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 take the real feel of what it is to live amidst the snow. The trek also ensures to open up gateways for the unexplored to be witnessed, the rural culture to be seen and the simple living to be experienced. Despite all the hardship that one might deal with while on this trek, the fastening fact remains that this trek brings you closer to nature and help you explore your own strength.

Day 1:  

Overnight train to Haridwar from Delhi.

Day 2:

Arrive at Haridwar early morning. Drive to Joshimath (7/8 Hrs) (Hotel).

Day 3:

Drive to Auli (1 Hr). Trek to Garshan (2 Hrs) (Tents).

Day 4:

Trek to Tali (4/5Hrs). (Tents).

Day 5:

Trek to Kulara (4/5 Hrs). (Tents).

Day 6:

Trek to Kuari Pass and Back to Kulara (7 Hrs). (Tents).

Day 7:

Rest at Kulara.

Day 8:

Trek to Tapovan (4/5 Hrs.) Drive to Joshimath 1 hr (Hotel).

Day 9:

Drive to Rishikesh River side Camp. (8/9 Hrs).

Day 10:

River Rafting on the Ganga River.  Back to camp.

Day 11:

After lunch proceed to Haridwar to board the train to Delhi.

Day 12:

Arrive Delhi at 5.00 am.

Inclusions:

 Overnight Train travel by Sleeper.  Road travel by non A/C Bus/SUV’s.

 Accommodations multi sharing, veg.  Meals, Rafting charges.

Exclusions:

Expenses like soft drinks, snacks. Personal mules to carry rucksack. INR 700 extra. Per person. One mule can be shared by 4 persons.