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When is the best time to do Pangarchulla Peak Trek?

The months of April, May, October and November are considered to be the best time for Pangarchulla peak trek. April and May is the best time to complete this trek very easily because of the clearer paths. During the months of October and November you can see the heavy snow and the beautiful sceneries around the treks.

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Pangarchulla peak trek successfully summit

This is Aditya Pant. Me and my friend Abhishek Verma did Pangarchulla peak trek with UKhike from 25-28 Dec.
I’m happy to share that we had an amazing experience overall.
The stay was comfortable and the people were really sweet and helpful. Ashish (Team UKhike Guide) is a great guy and and his family was very welcoming.

Although we know that living at such an altitude have it’s own limitations (since we’re from Uttarakhand too) but I think It’d be much more fun if you could change some foods that are being served. For eg. we started from karchon village and we just had as small bowl of Maggie which doesn’t give that much energy. Things like oats, bananas, etc. will work better.
Similarly on the day of summit, we took parathas but by the time we eat them, they had become so hard.
So these little things adds upto a good experience and I’m sure you can easily work on that.
Else everything was great.

Looking forward to have another trek with (Team UKhike )you guys.
Cheers 🍻

Thanks, and Regards
Aditya Pant

What level of fitness is expected from trekkers?

This is a little moderate and challenging trek around 15069ft, trekkers who have done a trek of 14000 ft before can easily complete this trek  and for beginners recommend doing physical activities before the trek.

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Pangarchulla peak trek successfully summit

This is Aditya Pant. Me and my friend Abhishek Verma did Pangarchulla peak trek with UKhike from 25-28 Dec.
I’m happy to share that we had an amazing experience overall.
The stay was comfortable and the people were really sweet and helpful. Ashish (Team UKhike Guide) is a great guy and and his family was very welcoming.

Although we know that living at such an altitude have it’s own limitations (since we’re from Uttarakhand too) but I think It’d be much more fun if you could change some foods that are being served. For eg. we started from karchon village and we just had as small bowl of Maggie which doesn’t give that much energy. Things like oats, bananas, etc. will work better.
Similarly on the day of summit, we took parathas but by the time we eat them, they had become so hard.
So these little things adds upto a good experience and I’m sure you can easily work on that.
Else everything was great.

Looking forward to have another trek with (Team UKhike )you guys.
Cheers 🍻

Thanks, and Regards
Aditya Pant

What all things I should carry for the Pangarchulla Trek?

– Sun Glass

–  Personal medicine kit

–  Trekking shoes

–  Flashlight and extra batteries

–  Thermals: Thermals -Top & bottom.

–  Socks (3-4 pairs)

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Pangarchulla peak trek successfully summit

This is Aditya Pant. Me and my friend Abhishek Verma did Pangarchulla peak trek with UKhike from 25-28 Dec.
I’m happy to share that we had an amazing experience overall.
The stay was comfortable and the people were really sweet and helpful. Ashish (Team UKhike Guide) is a great guy and and his family was very welcoming.

Although we know that living at such an altitude have it’s own limitations (since we’re from Uttarakhand too) but I think It’d be much more fun if you could change some foods that are being served. For eg. we started from karchon village and we just had as small bowl of Maggie which doesn’t give that much energy. Things like oats, bananas, etc. will work better.
Similarly on the day of summit, we took parathas but by the time we eat them, they had become so hard.
So these little things adds upto a good experience and I’m sure you can easily work on that.
Else everything was great.

Looking forward to have another trek with (Team UKhike )you guys.
Cheers 🍻

Thanks, and Regards
Aditya Pant