The trek begins from Bageshwar, which is an important Hindu pilgrimage center. The Pindari Glacier is about 3 kilometers long and is fed by the Southwestern slope of the Outer wall of the Nanda Devi Sanctuary.
Duration: 8 days Delhi to Delhi with 6 days of trekking.
Max. altitude: 3260 Mts at Phukria.
Season: April to November.
Day to day description:
Day 01: New Delhi-Bageshwar
Long overnight drive of 470 Kilometers to reach Bageshwar. Overnight at the Tourist Rest House.
Day 02: Bageshwar-Loharkhet
45 Kms drive followed by a 3 Km trek to reach your first camp.
Day 03: Loharkhet-Khati (5-6 hrs)
Bugiyal means Meadow in the Garhwali language. The meadows are just below the Trishul Massif and the views of other big peaks of Garhwal are also breathtaking. The altitude is 3350 Mts.
Day 04: Khati-Phukria (6 hrs)
Cross the treeline to the Pasteurs at Phukria (3260 Mts)
Day 05: Phukria-Zero point-Dwali (4 hrs)
Zero point is at a vantage and gives the best views of the glacier and the mighty mountains.
Day 06: Dwali-Dhakuri (6 hrs)
Great views of Nandakot (6806 Mts) and beautiful trek along the ridge.
Day 07: Dhakuri-Bageshwar
Trek till Song and then board land transport for a 40 Km drive back to Bageshwar.
Day 08: Bageshwar-Delhi
Leave for Delhi after and early breakfast.