Milam Glacier & Nanda Devi East BC Trek


Altitude: 4150 m/13612 ft

Grade: Moderate

Duration: 15 Days

Season: April � June & September � October

This trek is situated in the beautiful arms of the Kumaon region, and therefore it is known for embracing oodles of natural splendors within its vicinity. It is among the finest stretched treks of the Garhwal Himalayas, as the trail lets you explore various remote areas that are bejeweled with the awe- struck panorama of the Mother Nature. The main attraction of the trek is the sight of Mt. Trishul (7070 m) that can only be enjoyed after reaching the glacier. Further, the terrain of this trek is not very demanding, and thus, it invites both the professional and amateur trekkers.Nanda Devi National Park lies in eastern Uttaranchal State, near the Tibetan border in the Garhwal (western) Himalaya, 300 km northeast of Delhi. The main entrance to the Park is via Lata and Tolma villages, some 25 km and 31 km respectively east of Joshimath township. It leads through the almost inaccessible gorge of Rishi Ganga to a basin surrounded by high mountain ridges and peaks except to the west. Starting our trek from Munsiyari we approached to Nanda Devi east base camp from the Ramganga and Saryu valleys. We walk along the gorge made by Gori Ganga river. We pass stretches of high alpine pastures and villages. Crossing over passes magnificient view of Nanda Devi, Trishul and Panchchuli and Milam glacier gives awesome images of Himalaya.