Aahvan adventures provide you with the best trekking packages in the Himalayas. Mayali Pass is a famous place for trekking in Uttarakhand and is loved by many adventure enthusiasts across the country. One of the most stunning trekking locations-Mayali Pass takes you through the beautiful Himalayan peaks. The Mayali Pass is a high pass of over 5000 meters and takes you from the Bhilangana Valley to Kedarnath and the Mandakini Valley. Trek to Mayali Pass is easy to moderate one, situated at an altitude of 5300 meters in the Himalayas.
The trek offers splendid views of Masar Tal and Vasuki Tal. Witness the spectacular view of Thalay Sagar, and other peaks of Gangotri region. The Mayali Pass trek route starts from Ghuttu and the goes along Bhilangana valley. The Mayali Pass trek from Ghuttu to Gaurikund is of moderate difficulty. The trek offers an extraordinary experience adventure and fun in the Himalayan peaks. The trail will take us through the Rhododendron and bamboo forests. If we like to trek in the wild, away from the rush and crowded trails, this is one of the best options for you. The villages on this trail give you an insight of the local culture. The twin holy lakes of Masar Taal and Vasuki Taal will leave you spellbound and peaceful.The remote Indian villages of Gangi, Bhilangna River Catchment, Thalay Sagar peak, and Khatling glacier are the highlights of Mayali Pass trek.
|COST OF THE TRIP||Rs. 15,900/- Per Person (Sharing Basis)|
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Dehradun to Dehradun|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please arrive at Dehradun on 7 a.m.|
|Location||Garhwal Himalayas, Uttarakhand|
Day 01 Dehradun – Guttu – Reeh
Arrive at 7 A.M in Dehradun railway station and from there we will drive to Guttu. On reaching Guttu we will further start trekking towards Reeh. The trail will take us through the Rhododendron and bamboo forests. Overnight stay will be at Reeh campsite.
Day 02 Reeh to Gangi
After having a healthy breakfast and stretching ourselves a bit we will be heading towards a village of cultural heritage known as Gangi. The trail is of around 12 kms which will take us around 4-5 hours to reach there. Overnight stay will be at camps.
Day 03 Gangi to Kharsoli
Post breakfast we will start trekking towards Kharsoli which is about 15 kms away from Gangi and will take us around 6-7 hours to reach there. Kharsoli is a conflux of Nalah with Bhilanganga River. Overnight stay will be at camps.
Day 04 Kharsoli to Chowki
Today we will be trekking towards Chowki, a beautiful green meadow surrounded by snow clad peaks. Our campsite will be beside the Doodh Ganga River nearby the Khatling Glacier. Overnight stay will be at camps.
Day 05 Chowki to Masaar Tal
Today’s trek will be an easier and short one; the distance is about 6-7 kms and will take us around 4-5 hours to reach there. Masaar Tal is a high altitude Alpine lake, the water of the Lake is extremely chilly. Overnight stay will be at camps.
Day 06 Masaar Tal to Vasuki Tal via Mayali Pass
Wake-up early in the morning today, today is the D-day of your journey. As we will be trekking towards Mayali pass our destination which is situated at an altitude of 5300 meters. After crossing the beautiful pass we will move further and reach Vasuki Tal and camp there overnight.
Day 07 Vasuki Tal – Kedarnath – Dehradun
Today is the last day of our adventurous trek and we will be driving back to Kedarnath and from there we will drive back to Dehradun.
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|Trek Fee||Rs. 15,900/- Per Person|
|Accommodation during the trek (camping)|
|All meals – vegetarian|
|Trekking permits and forest camping charges|
|Trekking equipment (tents, sleeping bags, ice axes, ropes, etc.)|
|Safety equipment (first aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretcher, etc.)|
|Services of an expert trek leader (qualified in basic/advanced mountaineering courses)|
|Services of an expert trek team (guides, cooks, helpers, porters/mules)|
|Transport from your city to Trek and Return|
|Food during transit to and from the base camp|
|Backpack offloading charges|
|Personal expenses of any kind|
|Anything apart from the inclusions|