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Panpatia Col Trek

Panpatia CoL Trek

Kedarnath and Badrinath, two of India’s most respected pilgrimage destinations, are connected by the Panpatia glacier, which rules at an astounding height of 17,257/17,260 feet. The Panpatia Glacier hike, shrouded in the haloes of myth and tradition, demonstrates to you the beauty and danger of nature. It leads you through a variety of landscapes, including moraines, scary cliffs, and high altitude passes. This trek borders on a Himalayan expedition granted the semi-technical mountaineering techniques that are required. The most seductive legend surrounding the walk was that priests and sages could complete the journey from Badrinath to Kedarnath in just one day. The Panpatia Glacier trek, one of Uttarakhand’s most difficult hikes, puts your endurance,determination and willpower to the test. Starting at Badrinath, the Panpatia Glacier trek eventually ends at Nilkanth Khal. Some of the most beautiful campsites and meadows may be found there, sitting on the tranquil banks of glacier lakes. A carpet of colourful floral species spreads out, captivating the senses. Strong Himalayan behemoths like Nilkantha, Chaukhamba, Nanda Devi, Kunaling, and Balakun may be seen in the distance. Enjoy spectacular views of theactual glacier and Panpatia plateau. This trek is enjoyed best during the summer and autumn months. No other trek compares to the splendour and the expansive vistas of its Himalayan neighbours, despite the trail’s occasionally rough terrain and plenty of loose stones, crevasses, and icefalls. Also, walking on an actual glacier is petrifying, no doubt, but is also ten times more exhilarating! Lose yourself amidst myth, lores, and a devastatingly beautiful Himalayan heaven as your eyes feast on the magnetic snowy views, and your soul sways in the alluring wilderness.



Total Trekking

61 KM




5260 Mt.



Minimum Age

16 Year


May — June (15C to 20C and night 7C to2C) Sept — Oct (15C to 10C and night 5C to -5C).

Best Season

Pre Monsoon Season:— May first week to June end and post monsoon Season:- September 2nd week to Nov first week.


Day 1 : Haridwar/Rishikesh to Joshimath

  • You will take a transport to Joshimath after arriving in Haridwar or Rishikesh, passing via the breathtaking Rudraprayag, Devprayag, and Chamoli.
  • You will keep driving after lunch in the driving towards of Joshimath, where you will check in and use the remainder of the day for acclimatisation.
  • Overnight at Joshimath.

Day 2 : Joshimath to Badrinath (3133 M)

  • After breakfast this morning, you will continue the drive to reach Badrinath.
  • You've now gotten to a fairly high altitude, so check in and take a nap. After seeing the Badrinath Temple in the evening, hike to your camping location for the night.
  • Overnight at camp.

Day 3 : Badrinath to Shepherd Camp

  • Today is the first day of the trek as you make your way towards the treeline just above the campground. Following the flags that are attached to boulders, you will be trekking to reach the Shepherd camp.
  • After reaching the camp, you can enjoy the amazing views of the hills nearby.
  • Overnight stay in tents.

Day 4 : Shepherd camp to Snout Camp

  • You will go across a range of terrains during today's trek, To ultimately reach the snout of the Panpatia glacier, one may endure everything from a gentle ascent to perilous difficulties.
  • Overnight at camp.

Day 5 : Snout camp to Moraine Camp (4300 M)

  • The trek will be slightly longer today but will be an overall moderately challenging.
  • You will pass across snowy spots and several moraines. You will get breathtaking views of the Himalayan mountains the entire trip.
  • Overnight stay in the camp.

Day 6 : Rest and Acclimatization

  • You'll spend the day getting used to the weather at a high altitude.

Day 7 : Moraine Camp to Base of Parvati Col

  • The trek for the day leads you the base of the hill Parvati Col by crossing the snowfield of the Panpatia Glacier.
  • The trek leads through some of the most thrilling climbs and steeps.
  • Campsite for the day will be located just under the Parvati Col.
  • Overnight at camps.

Day 8 : Base of Parvati Col to Panpatia Snowfield - Camp

  • The hike will take you to a vertical-natured gully after a delectable meal in the morning. Rocks and snow will cover the ascent route from that point.
  • You can view the magnificent Chaukhamba Mountain and, if you're lucky, Nanda Devi, India's tallest peak, plainly from this location.
  • The camp will be in the Panpatia Snowfield.

Day 9 : Camp I to Across Panpatia Col (5260 M) to Camp at Sujal Sarovar (4750 M)

  • You'll be crossing a plateau blanketed in snow on this day of the trek before reaching the Panpatia Col.
  • A small and steep descent from here will take you straight to the Madhyamaheshwar watershed.
  • The location of the overnight camp will be next to Sujal Sarovar, a small lake .

Day 10: Sujal Sarovar to Kachni

  • You will go from the Sujal Sarovar to Kachni on the day's trek.
  • The location is above a lake that is somewhat sloping and covered in rocks, across a little pass.
  • Following this route for a while will bring you to the campsite located right next to the Madhmaheshwar Ganga. From the campsite, you will be able to see the lights and the temple of Guptkashi located below.
  • Overnight at Camp.

Day 11: Kachni to Nanu chatti

  • From here, the trek will lead you to the temple of Madhmaheshwar which is a hike of about 3 to 4 hours.
  • After visiting the temple and tea store nearby , you will continue your trek through the forests until you reach Nanu Chatti, where you will set up camp for the day.
  • Overnight at camp.

Day 12: Nanu Chatti to Ransi & drive to Rudraprayag

  • Since this is the final day of trekking on this trip, it starts at Nanu Chatti.
  • You will descend through pine trees before reaching the banks of the Madhmaheshwar Ganga close to the hamlet of Ransi. Here the trip comes to an end.
  • You will be driving from here to reach the hotel in Rudraprayag, where you will stay overnight .

Day 13: Rudraprayag to Haridwar

  • You will go by road to Haridwar this morning.The road passes through Devprayag where the rivers Alaknanda and Bhagirathi meet to create the river Ganga.
  • You will arrive in Haridwar and transfer to the railway station for your transfer to Delhi, as the experience comes to an end.
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 Rs 95,000  
Rs 10000 per person
Haridwar/Rishikesh to Haridwar/Rishikesh
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Departure Dates

Day 1:- Haridwar/Rishikesh to Joshimath
Day 2:- Joshimath to Badrinath (3133 M)
Day 3:- Badrinath to Shepherd Camp
Day 4:- Shepherd camp to Snout Camp
Day 5:- Snout camp to Moraine Camp (4300 M)
Day 6:- Rest and Acclimatization
Day 7:- Moraine Camp to Base of Parvati Col
Day 8:- Base of Parvati Col to Panpatia Snowfield - Camp
Day 9:- Camp I to Across Panpatia Col (5260 M) to Camp at Sujal Sarovar (4750 M)
Day 10:- Sujal Sarovar to Kachni
Day 11:- Kachni to Nanu chatti
Day 12:- Nanu Chatti to Ransi & drive to Rudraprayag
Day 13:- Rudraprayag to Haridwar

Reporting Information

Reporting Time
6.30 am To 7.30 am
On Last Day
5.30 pm To 6.30 pm

Trek Inclusions/Exclusions


Transport to and from the base camp
The above trek cost includes transport to and from base camp.
Safety equipment
First aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretchers, Walkie-Talkie etc. will be available at campsite.
Stay is included from Day 1 to Last Day. Tents/Homestays/lodges will be provided. Tripple sharing Accommodation and separate accommodation for girls/ladies will be provided
All meals from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast at Last day are included. Veg food will be provided during the trek.
Permits/ Forest fees
UTT will arrange trekking permits and forest passes.
Experienced Trek Leader & Team
Qualified trek leaders haing in basic / advanced mountaineering courses certificates/ degrees will assist trek.
Other staff member includes qualified cooks, helpers and porters.


Food during transit to and from the base camp
Food would not be provided during transit and trekkers have to bear the cost at their own.
Mule and Porter charges
Generally we expect trekkers to carry their bag-pack and luggage themselves. For those who wish to use Mule/Porter need to pay Rs 350 per day for same.
Personal Expense
Personal Expense of any kind. The trek cost does not include stay at any location on last day
*Anything apart from inclusions

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