Region: Himalayan Ranges in India (Jammu and Kashmir).
Masar Tal via Khatling Trek Type: Group Adventure.
Trek Begins and Ends at: Rishikesh / Rishikesh.
Trekking Duration: 15 nights / 16 days.
The Difficulty level of Masar Tal via Khatling Trek: Difficult.
Maximum Altitude Gain: 6, 153 meters / 17, 000 feet.
Type of Accommodation during Masar Tal via Khatling Trek: Tent/Guest House.
The exciting part of any journey lies in the amazing destinations and the enthralling route you are following. When it comes to trekking, there is no shortage of incredible spots, as the journey traverses through some of the most beautiful stops and finally leads you to the primary destination.
The ‘Masar Tal via Khatling Trek’, is one of the most exciting trails located in the Uttarakhand State. A high altitude trekking experience delivers you an unmatched amount of thrill and takes you to some of the most amazing spots in the country.
Graded high in the difficulty level, the thundering trek is of a long duration of 16 days, and the trail runs through snow, high altitude lakes, glaciers, highland meadows and the walk is quite difficult for amateur trekkers. The journey begins with the religious and adventurous city of Rishikesh and ends with your final night in Rudraprayag.
The daunting Khatling Glacier is a lateral glacier at the mouth of the Bhilangana River, complemented with Sahasra Tal and Masar Tal on either side. The magnificence of snow-capped peaks like Meru and Kirtistambha can be enjoyed from the Bhilangana River Valley. The first half of the long journey runs through thick forests and lush meadows before negotiating glacier moraines and snow patches. The thrilling experience of crossing high passes over 17,000 feet is one that you will cherish forever. The detailed itinerary gives an overview of the sumptuous journey.
* If you need service of a porter then you have to pay Rs.650/- per day provided you book the same with us 15 days before the date of commencement and maximum luggage limit is 10 KGs.
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