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Home Tour Packages TREK TO ROOPKUND



Duration : 6 Nights / 7 Days

Destination Covered : Chamoli, Kathgodam

Tour Activities : Hill Stations & Valleys, Religious & Pilgrimage, Lakes & Rivers, Trekking

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Chamoli and Kathgodam Tour Overview

India has always been home to some of the most amazing treks in the world. Roopkund trek continues this great tradition. This trek provides you with an opportunity to conquer one of the most iconic treks of India. which is also known as skeleton lake of roopkund. With the help of this trek, you can explore many other high altitude places in uttarakhand. it will take you to another world altogether. But before moving on to any further details so let’s first understand what this trek really is about.
The Skeleton lake of roopkund trek

The Roopkund trek skeleton lake journey takes you to an extremely high glacial lake. Near Trishul Massif Peak in the area of Chamoli in Uttarakhand. The roopkund journey course is basically known for numbers of human skeletons which are found in the lake.
The bodies are around 500 years prior. A portion of these are saved in the cold roopkund climate conditions, apparent when the snow clears up.

It is the quintessential Himalayan trip for each adventurer. The strange delightful scene with mysterious champion makes it audacious.
The secret lake is encircled by rich green glades, with a high elevation of 8000 feet. Two dazzling lakes accumulated in profound high timberlands with amazing campgrounds, snow and cold breezes makes it more adventurous.

You start your roopkund journey from strolling close by the Lohajung. Tremendous Rhododendron and Alpine forest wanna make u takes deep breath of fresh air. in a flicker of your eyes, you have as of now shown up at Ali Bugyal and Bedni Bugyal. The roopkund journey is totally exciting for trekkers. The three Trishuls (tops) of Mount Trishul guide you up and down the excursion.

The two broad meadows looks like famous windows image lies on 2nd day of trekking. The Ali and Bedni Bugyal are the most beautiful campsite at the trek.The place is treat to your eyes.The surise and sunset looks great from the campsite
Other striking attractions are Mt.Trishul, Nanda Ghunti, the staggering Chaukhamba range, the Neelkanth top, Kedarnath, Kedarnath Dome among other high tops on this Trek

Best time for roopkund trek

In winter its become very difficult to reach even 2nd camp due to heavy snow. Throughout the winter the plae recevs heavy snow fall. Thats why you in snow even in may-june. So this trek only accesible in the month of May-June and sept-oct.

If you want a snow experience than may-june. If you want lil bit snow, chilly weather and LUSH GREEN MEADOWS and you prefer flaura fauna than sept-oct is best time for you.

Chamoli and Kathgodam Tour Itinerary

Day 1
Reach at the given time at the Kathgodam Railway station. Different short-duration trains run from Delhi and other cities(For more data click here). We will meet you at the station. We start our drive from Kathgodam to Lohajung (Starting point for the Roopkund Trek ).

Although this drive is long it is exceptionally picturesque generally as we will be driving along waterways prior to taking a right hand turn into the excellent Pindar valley. In transit you will cross Almora. Established in 1568, Almora, is a region in the Kumaon division of Uttarakhand . Stay will be in guest house.
Day 2
The Trek to Roopkund Lake begins from Lohajung to a village called Didna. It’s an exquisite move, with short risings and some simple downhill stretches, all through the oak and bamboo timberlands. In Didna, you’ll stroll through the town, and go past it a little, so your tents can be set up in a meadow.Tonight you’ll camp in tents.

Today you’ll partake in your first evening of setting up camp. You’ll be furnished with tents on triple sharing premise, just as hiking beds and mats. For your solace, there are latrine tents set up at your camping areas.
Day 3
Today you feel a little sore after your 1st day of Trek to Roopkund journey, so you’ll truly do some light extending with your group in the glade. This warms you up for the remainder of your day, and gives you a thundering hunger for breakfast. The course for now is steep, and twists upwards through the remainder of the backwoods, prior to emerging to staggering perspectives and more open landscape.

You’ll stop to appreciate the Garhwal tops around you, and will keep on moving along these perspectives for the remainder of the day. Short term visit in tents in Ali Bugyal.Tonight you’ll camp in tents.Tonight you’ll arrive at Ali Bugyal, which is known as probably the best campground on this course. This snow capped knoll has beautiful perspectives every which way.
Day 4
After the previous steep ascension, the present more loosened up course is a welcome one. You’ll stroll along an edge, with practically no ascending, paying attention to the birds and taking in the new mountain air. The perspectives from the opposite side of the edge are probably awesome on this trip. You’ll get to the campground by early evening, and that implies you’ll have the opportunity to unwind and partake in the perspectives.

This is additionally wanted to permit you to adapt to the stature gain in the course of the most recent two days of the trip to Roopkund. Short-term camp at Lotani.Tonight you’ll camp in tents.Today’s course is wanted to get to the campground by evening, so you have the opportunity to do a few short strolls at the new elevation, to get some rest, and to set yourself up for a lofty height gain tomorrow.
Day 5
Today you’ll go from 12,500 feet to 14,500 feet, in only 4 kms of climbing. It’s a short and thorough ascension, and the elevation gain may make it somewhat harder to climb. You can hope to feel winded, or perhaps have a light cerebral pain or feel tired. This passes assuming that you journey gradually, enjoy reprieves while strolling, and drink tastes of water when you stop. Your aides will assist you with moving past your manifestations, if at all you feel them. Certain individuals don’t feel any distress whatsoever.

You’ll get to your next camping area, Bhagu Basa, where the brutal landscape and stones wherever make it difficult to accept you were in a glade simply the previous evening. Short-term in tents.Tonight you’ll camp in tents.The campground that you stay at this evening will be not normal for anything you’ve seen previously. Surrounding you, the rock flung scene makes for emotional perspectives. At the point when you set up for business, your tents will be set up in the sanctuary of the stone cabins here, with the goal that the sharp breezes don’t keep you up around evening time. Short term visit in tents
Day 6
The present the greatest day of the journey to Roopkund. You’ll begin at 05:00 hrs, journeying across the dull, upwards through the stones. There’s a steady ascension followed by a lofty climb to the lake, and afterward you see it! You’ll have some an ideal opportunity to investigate the lake, take pictures, or simply plunk down and take in the climate. Assuming you climb somewhat further, you’ll get to Junar Gali, the most noteworthy place of the Roopkund journey. From that point onward, it’s an ideal opportunity to head back.

You’ll trip to Bedni Bugyal, where you’ll camp for the evening. The perspectives from the camp of Trishul and Nanda Ghunti are incredible organization for the night. Short-term in tents.Tonight you’ll camp in tents.After a drawn out day today, you’ll praise your Roopkund journey achievement! The campground is a delightful glade, and the ideal spot to sit and trade stories. It’s your final evening of setting up camp for your Roopkund journey, so take advantage of it. Short-term in tents.
Day 7
You’ll trip to Wan today, going through knolls and rhodendron backwoods. In Wan, the vehicles are holding on to drive you back to Lohajung. It’s a short drive of 60 minutes, yet it’ll be extremely welcome. Short term visit in woods guesthouse or homestay at Lohajung.Guest house/homestayYou’ll absolutely love to get back to human progress this evening, with a stay in perfect and agreeable rooms on triple sharing premise.

You’ll trip to Wan today, going through knolls and rhodendron backwoods. In Wan, the vehicles are holding on to drive you back to Lohajung. It’s a short drive of 60 minutes, yet it’ll be extremely welcome. Short term visit in woods guesthouse or homestay at Lohajung.Guest house/homestayYou’ll absolutely love to get back to human progress this evening, with a stay in perfect and agreeable rooms on triple sharing premise.

More Details about Chamoli and Kathgodam Tour


  • Whats Included
  • Food according to menu on the trip (beginning with Dinner on Day 1 till Breakfast on Day 8)
  • Woods Permits/Camping Charges (Upto the sum charged for Indian nationals)
  • Tents on twin sharing premise, Sleeping bag, mats
  • Miniature spikes, and Gaiters, as required
  • Experienced Trek guide, cook, assistants
  • porters and muels for carrying common stuff
  • Mountaineering course ensured Trek Leader with First Aid confirmation
  • 2 Nights Dormitory/Guest House Stay in Lohajung


  • Meals during road journeys,if any
  • Meals duiring guest house stay (except the meals mentioned in Inclusions section)
  • Cost of any kind of travel insurance
  • Any expense of personal nature
  • Any expense not specified in the inclusion list.

Payments Terms

  • * 20% Advance Percentage of total booking amount

Minimum essentials for trekking in roopkund trek

  • 1.Traveling shoes: You will require trekking shoes with great grip.. Sports shoes won’t be sufficiently agreeable.
  • Rucksack (40-60 liters): A rucksack with strong ties and a supporting edge.
  • Assuming that you are going for the Roopkund journey in May, be ready to stroll on snow. Here, miniature spikes prove to be useful and these will be given by us.
  • 2.Garments
  • On a trip, convey less garments than you would regularly require. Try not to pack for ‘imagine a scenario where circumstances’. That will just add to the heaviness of your rucksack and not be utilized on the journey. When your garments get ready on a trip, you won’t want to change. Simply keep up with individual cleanliness.
  • 3.Three warm layers: Starting from Pathar Nachauni campground, you experience sudden temp change down particularly in the periods of September and October. You will require somewhere around three warm layers (one basy layerand two lights layers like down jacket and woolen or flees full sleve) for this trek.
  • 4.Three hiking pants: One can be regular sports outfit and a pair of trek pants. you can keep one extra pair on the off chance that the first gets wet. Wear one sets and convey one sets. Denim/pants and shorts are not appropriate for journeying.
  • Three cotton shirts: Carry light, full sleeved shirts that forestall sun related burns on the neck and arms. Let one of these be a dri-fit shirt. It will dry rapidly on the off chance that you are traveling on a blustery day.
  • A typical slip-up that travelers make isn’t changing their shirts regularly enough. Not withstanding the way in which cold it is, the body will in general perspiration a great deal. Travelers who don’t change to new garments in the wake of arriving at the campground become sick because of wet garments and can feel unfit to finish their journey.
  • 5.Thermals (Optional): Those who are more vulnerable to cold can convey thermals to wear around evening time.
  • 6.Shades: Sunglasses are for snow area. At high altitude radition is high so u need 100% uv proof sunglasses. These are more significant in May and early June. There may be snow at the upper campgrounds no matter what the season. So convey a couple of shades.
  • 7.Suncap: The sun is extraordinary at higher heights and a sun cap is significant to protect your face and neck from sun related burns.
  • 8.Engineered hand gloves: One sets of downy or woolen hand gloves. One sets of water evidence gloves. (or 1 water proof snow gloves)
  • 9.Balaclava: You might utilize woolen scarves rather also.
  • 10.Socks (2 sets): Apart from two cotton socks, you can take a couple of woolen socks for the evening.
  • 11.Headlamp/LED light: Mandatory
  • 12.Trek pole (on personal choice)
  • 13.Rain coats: At high alti, snowfall and downpour are very normal and consequently it’s obligatory to convey a rain coat with the goal that you don’t get wet.
  • 14.Daypack (20 liters): If you are offloading your knapsack, you will require a day sack (small bag) to convey water, clinical unit and a few light tidbits.
  • 15.Toiletries: Sunscreen, cream, light towel, lip analgesic, bathroom tissue, toothbrush, toothpaste, hand sanitiser. Try not to convey moist disposable tissue since these are not biodegradable. In the event that you in all actuality do end up utilizing moist disposable clothes to tidy up after a trip, ensure you carry them back with you. Similar holds for utilized clean napkins. Convey a zip lock sack to put utilized wet tissues and napkins. Carry this ziplock pack back with you to the city and don’t throw wet tissues and clean napkins in the mountains.
  • 16.Cutlery: Carry a spoon, espresso cup and a lunch box. We demand adventurers getting their own cutlery for cleanliness reasons.
  • 17.Two water bottles: 1 liter each
  • Plastic covers (poly bags): utilize plastic sacks to compartmentalize things and convey not many additional plastic packs for wet garments.
  • 18.Personal Medical Kit
  • Diamox – 10 tablets (to AMS)
  • Dexmathasone-one strip
  • Nifedipine-5 tablets
  • Crocin – 6 tablets (fever)
  • Avomine – 4 tablets (movement affliction)
  • Avil 25mg – 4 tablets (sensitivities)
  • Combiflam – 4 tablets (Pain executioner)
  • Norflox TZ and Lomofen-6 tablets every (the runs)
  • Digene – 10 tablets (causticity)
  • Omez/Rantadine – 10 tablets (acid neutralizers)
  • Crepe gauze – 3 to 5 meters
  • Dressing – 1 little roll
  • Bandage – 10 strips
  • Cotton – 1 little roll
  • ORS – 10 parcels
  • Betadine or any germicide cream
  • Moov splash (throbs, and injuries)
  • Knee cap, assuming that you are inclined to knee injury
  • Hostile to contagious powder

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • Standard Cancellation Policy when you drop a trip:
  • 1. Undoing 30 days before the beginning date of the trip – Get a money discount with 15% scratch-off charges.
  • 2. Undoing between 30 days and 20 days before the beginning date of the trip – Get a money discount with half scratch-off charges OR, to stay away from the dropping charges, get 80% of your journey expense back.
  • 3. Scratch-off under 20 days before the beginning date of the trip – No money discount, get half of your journey charges back in an Indiahikes Trek Voucher.
  • 4. Undoing on the beginning day of the trip, or no show on the beginning day of the journey – Unfortunately, no discount or voucher.
  • Significant Note 1: The Trek Insurance sum isn’t refundable assuming the trip is dropped during the most recent 6 days before the beginning of the journey. In any remaining cases, the Trek Insurance sum is discounted alongside the trip charge.
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