Kankata Dhura Pass
30 Sep - 8 Oct 2023
Rs. 39,000/- per person + GST @ 5%
This is a high altitude pass with a circular route. In close proximity to a ring of the very high Himalayan peaks in the outer rim of the Nanda Devi sanctuary, some of them being – Panwalidwar, Nanda Devi, Tharkot, Maiktoli, Baljurie. This is a fairly unexplored route with dense Himalayan forests, high meadows to scenic small lakes and remote villages. While exploring this trek you are unlikely to meet other trekkers.
Reach Camp Purple by lunch. Overnight at the Wildrift campsite.
Camp Purple to Badiakot (7 hours drive) – an amazing remote village in the higher Himalayas. Overnight at village homestay.
Badiakot to Dholdunga (12 km) – a windy path through villages and forests. Camp out in the Dhol dhunga meadows.
Dhol dhunga to Patharkuni (8 km) – and ascent through endless rolling meadow tops to a perched campsite overlooking the wide valley below.
Patharkuni to Devkund via Kankata pass (10 km) (4678 m) – here we traverse across the Kankata ridge to amazing views of the Nanda Devi sanctuary from the Kankata pass. Camp in the fringes on the Devi Kund.
Devi kund to Khatliya (7 km) – descent to the Sunderdhunga river basin to camp out in the meadows about the river.
Khatliya to Jatoli – a demanding descent along the Sunderdhunga river and through beautiful forests to Jatoli village.
Trek 7 km to cross the Pinder river to reach the roadhead at Khati. Drive from Khati to Almora.
Facilitation of the trek as per itinerary.
All meals during, trek, stay at camp and journey.
Cost of guides, all equipment like sleeping bags, tents, etc.
Insurance of any kind.
Any kind of personal expenses.