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Panwali Kedarnath Trek (9 NIGHTS / 10 DAYS)
Rs 15,500
9 nights & 10 days

Panwali Kantha Trek (Moderate to Strenuous)

Panwali-Kanthan a high altitude meadows, situated on the south-western ridge of Kedarnath region in Uttaranchal state. There are two ways to approach this Bugyals (Meadows), the one can be took begins at Triyuginarayan, the temple town marking a spot where Lord Shiva is said to have solmnised his wedding with Parvati. The other route begins from Ghuttu in Tehri or Mala in Uttarkashi district



Day 01: New Delhi to Rishikesh (260 kms)

After breakfast drive to Rishikesh. Check in hotel. Pm: Visit to Parmath Niketan for Ganga Aarti darshan. After Ganga puja return to the hotel. Overnight hotel.


Day 02: Rishikesh -Ghuttu (Drive: 5-6 Hrs.)

Early morning drive to Ghuttu , a small Garhwali village and starting point of the trek. Enroute lunch. Explore the village. Overnight at Camp or Garhwwal Lodge.


Day 03: Ghuttu -Panwali Kantha (Trek : 6-7 hrs.)

Early morning leave embark on to trek for Panwali. The trek today is very steep. About nine kilometers of steep ascent takes us to Panwali. Arrive and camp in the meadow near a stream, as the entire meadow is full of crystal clear springs. Meals and overnight camp.


Day 04: Panwali Kantha-Magguchatti/Trijugi Narayan (trek : 4-5 Hrs)

After breakfast a gradual descending towards Magguchatti . The entire trek is on rocky terrain and is strenuous. Arrive Magguchatti and camp. Meals and overnight camp.


Day 05: Magguchatti- Gaurikund

Early morning after breakfast trek to Trijugi Narayan, a legendry village where Shiva & Parvati were wedded. Arrive and visit the temple. After exploring the village we trek to Gaurikund. Today we camp little before Gurikund, near the river. Meals and overnight camp.


Day 06: Gaurikund -Kedarnath (Trek: 5-6 Hrs)

Morning we visit the Gaurikund temple and the hot springs. Afterwards we proceed for Kedarnath. The entire trek is gradual ascent till we reach Kedarnath. Arrive Kedarnath & camp. Meals and overnight camp.


Day 07: Kedarnath

Day free to visit the temple and explore the area. Meals and overnight camp.


Day 08: Kedarnath / Gaurikund (Trek 5-6 Hrs)

Return trek from Kerdarnath to Gaurikund. Arrive Gaurikund and have a refreshing dip in the hot spring pool. Meals and overnight camp.


Day 09: Gaurikund-Rishikesh (Drive: 8-9 Hrs)

Morning after breakfast we drive down to Rishikesh. Arrive Rishikesh and transfer to Hotel for meals and overnight stay.


Day 10: Rishikesh-New Delhi

Breakfast & drive to New Delhi. 



- Accommodation on triple sharing basis in Camp & Hotels

- Service of cook cum guide.

- Service of porter for essentials belongings.

- Breakfast.

- All meals from day 2 dinner to day 8 dinner.

- All surface transportation & sightseeing by exclusive NON AC Car as per above for the above itinerary. AC to be used only during plain drive.

- All interstate taxes, permits, driver bhatta, parking, road tax, toll taxes and fuel charges etc. are included

- Includes of all applicable hotel taxes.




- Any airfare/Train Fare

- Personal nature expenses i.e. telephone calls, laundry, soft /hard drinks, meals, tipping, insurance etc.

- Camera fee & any type of entrance fees to monuments.

- Any emergency Evacuation during the journey/trekking.

- Anything not specified not included

- Expenses due to force majeure factor.

- GST of 5% (Subject to change without prior notice)


Please be informed:

-Package Price is based on minimum of 4 persons traveling together.

- Booking amount 50% at the time of confirmation.

- Decrease in the number of persons would increases the cost of the package.

- All prices are calculated based on current fuel charges, city and parking permits, hotel taxes, govt service taxes and road taxes.

- If the prices change during the time of group or individual travel, the supplement will be applicable to the group or individual.

- Early check in subject to room availability. Standard Check in 12 noon.

- The quote is not valid during festive period. Supplement for the same will be extra as per applicable. 

- The quote is based on online portal which is not static we would request you to confirm at the earliest. The price and availability is subject to change without prior notice.

- Hotels rooms are subject to availability at the time of confirmation. In case of unavailability of the rooms we will provide the similar hotels/Camps.

- Expenses caused by factors beyond our control like rail and flight delays and any other force majeure factor will be borne by the guest.

- Services unused will not be refunded after confirmation.

- Cancelation applies as per hotels policies.

- Confirmation is subject to 100% advance payment.

- All dispute will subject to Delhi jurisdiction only.



Mountain walking is an art in itself. A good trekker is economical in his actions. If you watch a Hillman or a shepherd walking after his sheep, you will observe that he does not waste energy in unnecessary flailing of arms or legs. His strides are sure and steasy, and he soes not appear to be in a hurry. He htus reaches his destination without undue fatigue. Keep in mind the following points-


A common tendency among beginners and the experienced is to show enthusiasm by walking fast; this is soon exhausting warm up gradually and continue at a slow comfortable pace.

Develop a personal rhythm. Lift and keep your step in synchronization with breathing. This should minimize getting out of breath.


- Walking on the level, place the foot flat, heel first, to obtain a better grip and gain a few centimeters with each step.

- Walk in zigzags while ascending a very steep slope.

- Avoid stepping on loose stones.

- Avoid overtaking fellow travelers while walking on a narrow trail.

- Ascending/ descending a scree slope or over loose stones, leave sufficient space between the next person so that any stone rolling down does not hit others below.

- Do not run down a slope. Flex or bend knee a little while descending. Dig heels into soft snow or soft ground.

- Wet grass, pine needles and wet roots can be very slippery. Be careful while walking on them.

- Shortcuts on a foot trail should be avoided.

- Put on warm clothing while taking rest.

- Respect the sentiments and traditions of the local hill people. Respect their women and avoid mixing ort talking with them.

- Don’t damage crops by walking through standing harvest.

- Always carry some water in your water bottle.

- Halts and Rests-


During a rest period, lie against a tree trunk or a big stone. Place your legs on your rucksack or on any other higher place. This will regulate your blood circulation.

Stop about 15 min. after the first start to readjust your rucksach or to tie a shoelace etc.

Do not make halts frequent or prolonged. Too many halts destroy walking rhythm. Frequent rests are not needed of you follow the right walking techniques. Stop should be made, wherever possible, at natural stopping points, like on the top of a ridge, of before a difficult ascent, or at a scenic viewpoint.




The following list only mentions the essential elements. You have to prepare a list of clothes and small personal articles you will need during the trek.

A small backpack (about 40 l. It will contain what you will need during a trekking day and carried by you), a kit-bag with padlock (or a big backpack. It will contain the 12 kg personal belongings, which will be carried by horses or porters. We advise you to protect the inside of the kit-bag with a plastic bag), a good sleeping bag, a sweater, a fleece jacket and a waterproof jacket (preferably Gore-Tex), good trousers as well as a waterproof trousers (preferably Gore-Tex), gloves and cap, hiking shoes, sunglasses and sun cream, a walking stick (optional), a frontal lamp or an electric torch. A foam mattress is provided, but if you have a self-inflating mattress, bring it: you will feel more comfortable


First aid kit:


Here are the main things which can be useful: iodine tablets, tincture or crystals for water purification, analgesics, antidiarrhoeal, intestinal disinfectants, antibiotics, antiseptic, eye drops, bandages, cutaneous antiseptics, waterproof tape, adhesive pads, cotton swabs, skin applications (burn, sunburn, bites or stings), acetazolamide (Diamox) for acute mountain sickness

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