In 1905, Lord Curzon, a great adventurer and the then viceroy of British India took this trail and since then it is named after him. With magnificent views of lots of Himalayan peaks like the twin ...
In 1905, Lord Curzon, a great adventurer and the then viceroy of British India took this trail and since then it is named after him. With magnificent views of lots of Himalayan peaks like the twin peaks of Nanda Devi ( 7817m ) and Nanda Devi East ( 7434m ), Trishul ( 7120 m), Kedarnath ( 6940m ), Chaukhamba ( 7140m ), Nilkantha ( 6597m ), Kamet ( 7756m ), Gauri Parbat ( 6727m ), Hathi Parbat ( 6738m ), Bethartoli ( 6352m ), Dunagiri ( 7066m ), Mana, Nandaghunti, etc. this trek is a treat to your eyes..
Kuari, translates to 'Virgin' in Hindi. Passing through few remote villages, open meadows and some other small passes, this trek takes you to the top of the Kuari Pass which is famous for its grand view of many peaks in the Garhwal Himalayas. Not just that.. the high altitude Himalayan meadows of this trek makes it a wonderful experience. The meadow of Gorsons is probably one of the best meadows in the Himalayas with its never-ending curves and humps and an all round view of the snow cladded peaks of Garhwal and Kumaon.
The Kuari Pass trek is very popular among the foreigners because of it moderate challenge, panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks, remoteness and serenity.