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Re: Ask Tourism Related Queries From Kiran Rawat & Prashant Joshi
« Reply #30 on: November 12, 2009, 03:51:49 PM »
किरन जी नमस्कार,

मेरे कुछ साथी रुपकुण्ड जाना चाह रहे हैं, उसके लिये कुछ विस्तृत जानकारी चाहिये-
१- इसका बेस कैम्प कहां है और सड़क मार्ग से कहां तक जाया जा सकता है।
२- इसके लिये पोर्टर कहां से और किस दाम पर उपलब्ध होंगे।
३- बेस कैम्प पर क्या ट्रेकिंग का सामान किराये पर या खरीदने के लिये उपलब्ध होता है?
४- इसका पूरा ट्रेक चार्ट...कि कितने दिन में यह यात्रा पूरी होगी और कहा-कहां से होकर गुजरना होगा और रास्ते में क्या-क्या व्यवस्था रहने-खाने की है?
५- यहां जाने का सबसे अच्छा समय कब है? क्या फरवरी माह में यहां जाया जा सकता है।
सादर।

Kiran Rawat

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Re: Ask Tourism Related Queries From Kiran Rawat & Prashant Joshi
« Reply #31 on: November 19, 2009, 03:40:13 PM »
Roop Kund

Pranam Mahar Ji,

Roopkund situated at a height of 5029m in the lap of Trishuli massif. This area is usually called is the ‘mystery lake’, since human skeletons and remains of horses from the paleolithic age were found here.

Q1- last station for the bus/ jeep & the Base camp
An- The last bus station is Loharjung & GMVN guest house is also available. From Loharjung Kuling is 6km & Wan is further 4 km & till Wan it is jeepable road or one can trek till the point. In Wan GMVN is present near Golu Deva temple.
Wan/ Kuling is the last village for this trek

Q2- Porters & Guide
An- Porter & Guide is available in Loharjung, Kuling & Wan village. They will charge Parter @ 350 & Guide @ 500, one can also heir pony (lil expensive). We have heir the guide & porter from Wan as one of my friend has given the reference of his. His name is TS Bisht (Gugari). He also arrange stove, ration, kerosene on charges bases. 

Q3- Tracking equipment
An- You will get the equipment in Loharjung but the quality is not good. We have our own equipment, but you have to arrange from Delhi or Rishikesh maximum or if possible test the equipment first.

Q4- Iternery
An- Below is the Iternery
Day 1: Reach kathgodam Railway station (6.30 am). Whole day drive to Loharjung &  Night stay at Loharjung
Day 2: Trek starts. Loharjung to Tolpani (via Didana) or can go to Wan
Day 3: Wan/ Tolpani to Bedni Bugyal (via Ali Bugyal)
Day 4: Bedni Bugyal to Ghoral Lotani
Day 5: Ghora Lotani to Bhagwabasa
Day 6: Bhagwabasa to Roopkund and back to Bedni Bugyal
Day 7: Bedni Bugyal to Loharjung via Wan
Day 8: Depart for Haridwar. Approximate arrival time at Haridwar: 4.00 — 5.00 pm.
From RK you also further go to Hoom Kund & the trek end in Sethul (its required some more days)
As it is very easy (no hurdle) but high altitude trek one has good stamina & do exercise & running atlest 2 month prior. It needs a mental as well as physical stamina & the will power to complete the trek

Q5- Best Time
A1- Best time is

To see snow- june end is the time when snow will start melting & can do the snow trek too but changes are you may or may not reach roopkund. As it will be shine yon can see the peaks very clear.
If there will snow, getting drinking water will be difficult

To see alpines/ bugyal- August/ Sep is the time to see the whole mountain in the carpet of green soft grass with yellow, blue, white & pink flower welcoming you. ………………… just like heaven but many time you will find the rain & peaks will be not visible
Also you can get to see Bharam Kamal, Blue Poppy, Fain Kamal & other herbal plants & high altitude flowers.

In Feb the whole area will be under snow……. & in Oct you will not see the green carpet but the burn grasses & chances of snow is on higher reach.

Note: If you plan the trek in last week of Aug or 1st week of Sep you can also do it along with Choti Nanda Devi Raaj Jat Yatra which goes till Bedni Kund & after that you can trek to roopkund

Heights
Wan- 2436 mtr/ 8000 ft
Bedni Bugyal- 3350 mtr/ 11000 ft
Bagubasa- 4100 mtr / 13450 ft
Roopkund- 5029 mtr / 15600 ft


On the way to Wan village



Me on way to RK along with the garden of Bharam Kamal






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Re: Ask Tourism Related Queries From Kiran Rawat & Prashant Joshi
« Reply #32 on: November 21, 2009, 04:40:51 PM »
Hello Sir,

Some of my friends from chandigarh want to visit Jim Corbet National park in Mid Dec. They have 3 full days. Also they want to visit some hill place nearby. Can u suggest which place will be easily feasible?
Also please tell what is the procedure for entering jim corbett? Any advance booking?

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« Reply #33 on: November 24, 2009, 03:24:44 PM »
Hi Himanshu,
It is possible to visit JCP in 3 days. Chandigarh to Dehradun & from Dehradun there is a direct bus for Nanital, which crosses Haldwani & then you can reach Ram Nagar,
You do not need any prior reservation for JCP but it is good to book a hotel in advance (it will save some time) & from the office of JC you can hire a jeep for JB

To visit near by areas will be Manilla Devi Temple.  Nanital will be quite far a 3 day visit, even JC will be quite tight.

The itenery wil be like (please check the bus timing)
Chandigarh- Dehradun- Ramnagar
Jim Corbet- Manila Devi- Ramnagar
Ramnagar- Dehradun- Chandigarh

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Re: Ask Tourism Related Queries From Kiran Rawat & Prashant Joshi
« Reply #34 on: November 24, 2009, 05:38:29 PM »
Thnaks Rawat Jee ...

We are planning to hire a cab from chandigarh... So wouldnt it will save our time..


I have something in my mind like this...

We have 3 full days of 25th, 26th, 27th..

we will start 24th Night from chandigarh and wil reach nainital on 25th morning. We can visit different places in nainital on 25th noon, evening and on 26th morning, noon too.. then we will move out from nainital on  26th afternoon to JCP.... We will spend 26th night in JCB camp and will visit JCP on 27th full day. and atlast move out of JCB on 27th night and will reach 28th morning in CHD..

Please suggest us.. Will it be good and can we replace Nainital with Ranikhet??

 

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« Reply #35 on: November 26, 2009, 09:51:25 AM »
hi himanshu,
that is a great planning & do visit Kausani & plan a night there instead of Nanital,  you will get to see the snow peaks from Trishul, Nanda Ghot, Nanda Devi, Panchachulli & many more

google about Kausani

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Re: Ask Tourism Related Queries From Kiran Rawat & Prashant Joshi
« Reply #36 on: November 26, 2009, 10:25:48 AM »
helo gud morning mera pahad

mera pahad k sabhi members ko 13 december ke saadi ka nimantran.

thanx regard
girish chandra fuloriya

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Re: Ask Tourism Related Queries From Kiran Rawat & Prashant Joshi
« Reply #37 on: December 07, 2009, 03:09:30 PM »

Dear Kiran JI,


One of my friends wants to visit Narayan Ashram Pithoragarh, can u please give us the
information about the location and how to reach there.

I hope u hv already visited there.


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« Reply #38 on: December 11, 2009, 12:43:34 PM »
Narayan Ashram is situated at at an elevation of 2734 mts. above sea level.  It can be reached from Pithoragarh via Ogla(44 from Pithoragarh), Jauljibi(77), Dharchula(94), Tawaghat (108). Tawaghat is the place where Dhauliganga and Kaliganga meet.
 
 
            From Tawaghat, 10 kms road is good two lane road due to construction of the Dhauladhar Dam on the river Dhauliganga. New Sobla town (approx 10 kms from Tawaghat) onwards the road is very narrow, steep and muddy with chances of landslides at some places. 25 kms approx from New Sobla Town on this road. So the driver has to be careful !
 
 
            The ashram was established by Sri Narayan Swami in 1936. It can accommodate at the most 40 persons at a time. During winter season the ashram remains closed due to heavy snowfall. And rainy season may cause damage to the road. Ashram keeps on conducting various social - spiritual activities for the members so the visitors are strictly advised to convey about their plan to the ashram well in advance.
 
 
            The contact details for the ashram are as under
 
1. Ms Gangotri Bahan Garbyal, Vyavasthapika, Narayan Swami Ashram, Dharchula, Pithoragarh
2. Narayan Ashram Trust, C/O GopalJi and Co, 218, Samual Street, Mumbai - 400003

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Re: Ask Tourism Related Queries From Kiran Rawat & Prashant Joshi
« Reply #39 on: December 22, 2009, 04:55:53 PM »
Hi Kiran Ji,
Me apne dosto k sath 31st Dec Pahad me Manana chata hu...
31st dec we will be at Nainital, 1 Jan and 2 Jan afternoon tak hamare pas time he, aaspas ki jagah batayie jaha se snow peak ke darshan ho jaye... ho sake to snow fall ka maza le sake...b'coz around 31st dec there is more chances of snow fall. :) :)

 

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