Kuari Pass Trek

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If you dream of trekking the Himalayas, and are looking for something slightly on the easier side Kauri pass is the trek meant for you!

Pic Credit: Anangsha

It is an easy-moderate trek and the sheer tranquility of the mountain ranges is sure to overwhelm you. The trek includes walking through ancient forest trails, witnessing the snowcapped mountains up close, trekking to an elevated Tali lake and living amidst the pristine wilderness in outstanding campsites.

However, the scarcity of water during this trek can be challenging. Considering it as you most prized possession, you will have to be resourceful and economic in its

Outstanding view of Himalayas

Pic Credit: Shubham Shet

This trek is one of its kinds owing to its grand views of great mountains in isolation. Imagine walking on the meadows and across the valleys, you see Mt. Dronagiri, Mt. NeelkhanthMt Haathi Ghoda, simply standing there to take your breath away.

The grand experience this trek holds in store for you is something you can enjoy solo or with your family and friends and even your kids!


Pic Credit: Shubham Shet

The experience you shall gain after this trek is sure to stay with you forever, because of the variety of adventure it offers. With all the benefits of a high-altitude trek, this trek can be done any time of the year barring the monsoons of course.

Hey, this isn’t for everyone

This trek is apt for someone who likes to overload on adrenaline and yearns to get lost into the wide green yonder of the Rhedrondrone going through ice snow as if they were guardian elements.

It’s preferable if you’ve fresher or already had your fair share of trekking in the Himalayas or other mountains. Also, physical fitness and agility goes hand in hand with the trek as it falls under the above average Difficulty category. On paper, it is the minimum required age is 8 to 9 years.

If you dream of trekking the Himalayas, and are looking for something slightly on the easier side Kauri pass is the trek meant for you!

Pic Credit: Anangsha

It is an easy-moderate trek and the sheer tranquility of the mountain ranges is sure to overwhelm you. The trek includes walking through ancient forest trails, witnessing the snowcapped mountains up close, trekking to an elevated Tali lake and living amidst the pristine wilderness in outstanding campsites.

However, the scarcity of water during this trek can be challenging. Considering it as you most prized possession, you will have to be resourceful and economic in its

Outstanding view of Himalayas

Pic Credit: Shubham Shet

This trek is one of its kinds owing to its grand views of great mountains in isolation. Imagine walking on the meadows and across the valleys, you see Mt. Dronagiri, Mt. NeelkhanthMt Haathi Ghoda, simply standing there to take your breath away.

The grand experience this trek holds in store for you is something you can enjoy solo or with your family and friends and even your kids!


Pic Credit: Shubham Shet

The experience you shall gain after this trek is sure to stay with you forever, because of the variety of adventure it offers. With all the benefits of a high-altitude trek, this trek can be done any time of the year barring the monsoons of course.

Hey, this isn’t for everyone

This trek is apt for someone who likes to overload on adrenaline and yearns to get lost into the wide green yonder of the Rhedrondrone going through ice snow as if they were guardian elements.

It’s preferable if you’ve fresher or already had your fair share of trekking in the Himalayas or other mountains. Also, physical fitness and agility goes hand in hand with the trek as it falls under the above average Difficulty category. On paper, it is the minimum required age is 8 to 9 years.