Pindari Glaciers is a heaven for adventure lovers and photographers. It has an elevation of 3627 meters above sea level and lies in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. This glacier is 5km long and 300-400 meters in width (from snout to crest) that trails to meet the river ‘Alaknanda’ at ‘Karnapryag.
Tourists love to capture spellbound natural beauty and mesmerizing landscape summits around the glacier. However, mountaineers still believe that their trekking journey is incomplete without having an experience of Pindari, although it’s on extreme elevation yet most accessible for trekkers. Due to its enticing scenic beauty, it attracts mountaineers from all over the world.
You will have a great time while exploring the towns of Almora and Bhageshwar; simplicity and beauty with the perfect blend of rich culture, dense forest along with streams will surely capture your heart. To know more about Pindari Glacier Trek Visit here!
Best Time Visit Pindari Glacier
From April-November, you can plan your trip to this extensively beautiful place and have some of your best moments here.
Temperature Pindari Glacier
Maximum 20 degrees Celsius could go down up to 1 degree Celcius.
How to Reach Pindari Glacier
By Flight: Pantnagar airport Udham Singh Nagar is the nearest airport, is 178Km from Bageshwar. Pantnagar airport is well connected with Delhi.
By Train: Kathgodam railway station Nainital is the nearest railhead 147 Km from Bageshwar. Kathgodam railway station is connected to major cities of India.
By Road: Bamsera is 25.8 Km from Bageshwar and accessed through Almora-Bageshwar-Munsiyari road. From Bamsera, tourists reach Saung or Song village and begins the 45Km trek.
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