Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek

Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek

A mystical walk through serene lakes, beautiful waterfalls, tranquil streams beneath the snowy mountain seeking peace

Details Of The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek

Rs. 63000/-
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Batch Size:
25 - 40 <12
Extra cost of Rs. 2000 applicable for foreigners for higher permit cost and other specific arrangements. International Trekkers need to go through manual invoicing upon remittance of the partial booking fees using PayPal, Transferwise, Western Union or Direct Wire Transfer. Remaining trek fees can be paid upon arrival in India and meeting our trek leader

Above cost is assumed for 4-5 people team. Actual Cost is subject to the actual team size joining the trek and requested customizations. Higher team size will lower the cost while lower team size will significantly increase the cost. Assummed Inclusions can be read on Cost Inclusions

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Key Himalayan Geographical Offerings Of The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek


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2 High Passes:
Ghiya Vinayak Pass ( 5250m ), Kachni Khal ( 4400m )
1 Serene Lakes:
Nandi Kund ( 4371m )
1 Mind-boggling Glaciers:
Panpatia Glacier
3 Tranquil Rivers:
Markanda Ganga, Kalpa Ganga, Madhyamaheshwar Ganga
4 Beautiful Remote Villages:
Urgum, Ransi, Gaundhar, Bantoli

Why Should You Do The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek

  • Nandikund is one of the most pious and picturesque high altitude lakes in the Garhwal Himalayas. The lake is very sacred as per the Hindu faith and is named after Nandi - The Bull of Shiva, which was actually a disguised avatar of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva had taken the avatar of the bull to hide from the Pandavas, who were seeking for him to attain Moksha (freedom form the cycle of life and death and Worldly ties ) after the cruelties of the war of Kurukshetra.
  • On this trek we walk on the same paths as the mythical Pandavas and touch 2 important temples of Panch Kedars - a once in a lifetime journey of the Hindus to attain freedom from the Worldly ties. It is believed that the Pandavas who is mythologically believed to be living during the Vedic Period, built 5 temples to worship Lord Shiva after which they got freedom from their life near Swargarohini. The Bull which Bhima caught in Guptkashi vanished and fragmented into 5 parts where the Pandavas built the Panch Kedar Temples to worship Lord Shiva. These are Face (Rudranath), Arms (Tungnath), Hair (Kalpeshwar), Navel (Madhyamaheshwar) and finally the Hump of the bull where the revered Kedarnath was built.
  • The Nandikund trek offers a great Himalayan journey filled with views of Marvellous high snow covered mountains of the Garhwal Himalayas, interesting mythical stories and offcourse lovely people who live in this Land Of God. It offers one of the rarest and close-up views of the beautiful Chaukhamba, Nanda Devi and Mandani Parvat. Even the snow land of the Panpatia glacier, Neelkanth, Parvati parvat are visible from the top of Ghiya Vinayak Pass.
  • Crossing the hgh altitude pass of Ghiya Vinayak Pass is definitely one of the interesting and challenging thing to do on this trek. So its not just a beautiful trek. Its a beautiful, mystical and a challenging trek.
  • The lush green meadows of Barma Bugiyal, Manpai Bugiyal, Kachni Bugyal needs a special mention as these are some of the least visited meadows owing to its difficult access route.
  • 📅 Duration: 10 Days, 9 Nights, Rishikesh to Rishikesh
  • 🔼 Highest Altitude: 5250m
  • 🛑 Grade: Strenuous ( know trek grades )
  • 👍 Best Time: May End - June, Sep - Early October
  • 🌄 Terrain: forest, bushes, alpine meadows, rocky, snow field
  • 🏃 Activity Type: Trek
  • 🔄 Trail Type: Different Entry Exit Point
  • 🚩 Starts From: Ransi
  • 🚩 Ends In: Urgum
  • 🌏 Region: India - Uttrakhand
  • 🎌 Country: India
  • 🛪 Nearest Airport: Jolly Grant Airport, Dehradun, Uttrakhand
  • 🚉 Nearest Rail Head: Rishikesh, Uttrakhand
  • 🙏 Travel Guide: Where and How To Reach Ransi
  • 📶 Mobile Network: BSNL and Vodafone available at the base villages
  • 🌐 Internet Option: No
  • 🌞 Temperatures:
  • 🔒 Is Cloak Room Available: No
  • 🍵 Generic Food Menu: Indian, Garhwali

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Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek
The pristine and holy lake of Nandi Kund

Though, it is not an easy trek, and is bit strenuous trek, on the other hand it is not a technical trek as well which makes it doable for any trekker who is physically fit and likes challenges offered by the Himalayas. The trek is involves steep climbs and descends, and some of the patches have no defined trail. Especially, the trek from Kachni Khal to Pandavsera is very easy to get lost without a sound local guide and an expert team. The climb up to the top of the Ghiya Vinayak Pass adds further to make the Nandikund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass trek one of the lesser-known treks in the Himalayas of Garhwal, and thankfully so.

Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek Package - Daywise Detailed Itinerary

Day 1From Rishikesh To Ransi, Via - Guptkashi, Ukhimath ( 197 Kms,7 - 8 hours )

Drive Day

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Get ready to take the scenic mountainous drive to Ransi on the famous pilgrimage route of Madhyamaheshwar. The drive is very interesting and offers you a display of various colours of the Himalayan State of Uttrakhand. 

Stop by in between to have your breakfast and lunch before you reach Ransi, the starting point of the trek

Day 2From Ransi To Bantoli, Via - Gaundhar ( 8 Kms,4 - 5 hours )

Trek Day

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Today is the starting day of our Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek. We head towards Bantoli from Ransi and its a very scenic trek. The village and religious life of the high altitude villages of Uttrakhand is on display throughout the trek route. Being a popular pilgrimage route, the route is chirpy as well with full of vivid colours and life.

The trek is more or less easier getting steeper at times. We get enough option to have our lunch and little snacks enroute Bantoli. Gaundhar is a point we come across on the route very near to Bantoli on the Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek. It is here where the Madhyamaheshwar Ganga and Markanda Ganga meets, with a lovely looking small bridge over it. Little more on the route and we reach Bantoli, our halt for the night.

We have quite a few options to settle in one of the homestays on offer. If not, we pitch our small tents somewhere. Hot dinner awaits us and with this, the first day of our trek to Nandi Kund and Ghiya Vinayak Pass ends.

Day 3From Bantoli To Madhyameshwar, Via - Nanu Chatti, Kun Chatti ( 8 Kms,4 - 5 hours )

Trek Day

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We are into the second day into our trek to Nandi Kund and Ghiya Vinayak Pass. Madhyamaheshwar is one of the panch kedars and is one of the popular and highly rated pilgrimage route for the Hindus. The trek route crosses Nanu Chatti just after some time into the trek. It the passes by Maikhamba and Kun Chatti, from where its a good walk for some 3 hours to bring us to the shrine of Madhyamaheshwar.

Post lunch, we go on for a acclimatization walk to Buda Madhyamaheshwar. If lucky, we might catch a glimpse of Chowkhambha in a small water body near Buda Madhyamaheshwar.

Our route for tomorrow to Kachni Khal is visible and inspires enough motivation in us to take the challenge. Post dinner, we wish good night to  each other and get into our cozy sleeping bags.

Day 4From Madhyamaheshwar To Kachni Dhar ( 9 Kms,5 - 6 hours )

Trek Day

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Today our trek to Nandi Kund takes a drastic change, both in the form of difficulties of the climb, and the solitude of the trail.

After waking up to a lovely morning in the blessed site of Madhyamaheshwar, we get ready to tackle the day's trek. It involves a steep continuous climb to the Kachni Khal marked typically by 2 huge rocks forming a gateway.

An arduous climb of some 4 - 5 hours gets us to the top of Kachni Khal. From here, the trail forks and one goes left towards Kedarnath, other to Panpatia and the route on the right goes towards Nandi Kund. Our campsite is a rocky patch today with great views of Chowkhamba.

Evening, we take a light acclimatization walk to Kachni Khal and return to our campsite

Day 5From Kachni Dhar To Pandavsera ( 9 Kms,5 - 6 hours )

Trek Day

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The trek for today leaves behind all signs of civilization and follows an unmarked shepherd's trail to reach Pandavsera. A very efficient local guide is much required here. We trek through bushes and cross the Madhyamaheshwar nala multiple times and pass by few small waterfalls to reach a flat meadow. This is marked as Pandavsera and we camp here for the night, by the stream.

Day 6From Pandavsera To Nandi Kund ( 6 Kms,3 hours )

Trek, Explore, Rest Day

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Brief Details Of The Day: The trail to Nandi Kund from Pandavsera follows the small stream of Madhyamaheshwar Nala emerging out from Nandi Kund. It's a gradual climb that gets steeper at times. The rough terrain presents its own challenges. We cross the Madhyamaheshwar Nala multiple times and then climb up steep for another hour to reach the serene Nandi Kund. The peaceful lake and its tranquil waves take our hearts right away and lower down our energy injecting immense peace in us and give us divine happiness and satisfaction. This is why we travel to the difficult parts of the Himalayas for!The entire view of the surrounding is so beautiful that simpler words which I know fail to do justice to the actual beauty of the place. The peaks of Chowkhamba hovers over the lake. The name of the Lake is derived from Nandi - The name of the Bull which was actually Lord Shiva in disguised avatar hiding away from the Pandavas, who were seeking mercy and moksha (liberation from the cycle of life and death as per the Hindu belief) from Lord Shiva after the war of Kurukshetra. We spend the remaining part of the day relinquishing the beautiful place that we are in with no one around to disturb. No noise, no disturbances from unwanted people around, no mobile, no internet. Just us and Mother Nature in its heavenly best.

Day 7Pass Crossing Day. From Nandi Kund To Barma Bugiyal, Via - Ghiya Vinayak Pass ( 8 Kms,5 - 6 hours )

Pass Crossing Day

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Brief Details Of The Day: Today is the highlight day of our trek as we cross the mighty Ghiya Vinayak Pass to topple over to the other side of the valley. It will be a long tiring day today. We can cut out the chances of bad weather hitting us on this hard terrain by starting the day as early as we can. A steep continuous climb for about 3 hours from Nandi Kund will take us to the top of the mighty Ghiya Vinayak Pass. The views from the top of the Ghiya Vinayak pass is just breathtaking. The coveted peaks of Chowkhamba, Neelkantha and Nanda Devi are visible on a clear day. The glacier table of the Panpatia too is visible from here.Weather permitting, we will spend a good time enjoying the views from the top of the Ghiya Vinayak Pass. After that, we will soon find ourselves negotiating the very steep descend to the lush green valley on the other side of the Ghiya Vinayak pass. It's the beautiful meadow of the Barmna Bugiyal on the other side of the pass. We lose altitude rapidly and in about an hour and a half we reach our designated campsite for the night. It will be a long rewarding day today and we will complete the 2 important missions of this trek - The Serene and Pious Lake Of Nandi Kund and Crossing the Mighty Pass Of Ghiya Vinayak. This being done, the remaining days of the trek are just about taking ourselves back to civilization. The remaining part of the trek still remains very beautiful though, as it passes through some untouched meadows and beautiful villages of the Garhwal Himalayas.

Day 8From Barma Bugiyal To Bansi Narayan ( 14 Kms,6 - 7 hours )

Trek Day

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Today's trail is longer, but is much comfortable, easier and is also beautiful with drastic differences to the previous day's terrain. It's all about soft green meadows and a thick cover of conifers and bushes today. The route winds down easily to the Manpai Bugiyal from Barma Bugiyal before descending steeply through the forest following the river Kalpa Ganga - a tributary of the mighty Ganga. From here, it further climbs up to the greens of Bansi Narayan, marked by a small temple.

Day 9From Bansi Narayan To Urgaon ( 12 Kms,6 - 7 hours )

Trek Day

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Today, we continue with the descend similar to yesterday on a track with multiple ups and downs to get us to the beautiful settlement of Urgum. The coveted Kalpeshwar Temple - The Fifth Panch Kedar, is just at a 2 Kilometer distance from here and we will visit and pay our homage to Lord Shiva in the evening. Panch Kedars are a group of 5 temples built by the Pandavas, mythologically believed to be of the Vedic Period, who in later stages of their life devoted their life to Lord Shiva in search of divinity and freedom from the soul.

With this, our beautiful trek to the Nandikund and Ghiya Vinayak pass has ended. What a terrific trek it was !!

Day 10From Urgum To Rishikesh ( 230 Kms,8 hours )

Drive Day

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  • Urgum: 2000 meters / 6560 feet
  • Rishikesh: 552 meters / 1811 feet
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Early morning, we drive back to Rishikesh and bring an end to our walking ways! We bid goodbyes with a promise to meet sooner, in the Himalayas with the same spirit but different location !

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  • Day 1

    Drive

    Arrival Day
    From Rishikesh (542m ) To Ransi (2100m ), Via - Guptkashi (1320m ), Ukhimath (1310m ). 7 - 8 Hrs. 197 Kms
    Overnight In: Ransi (2100m )
    Accommodation: Hotel / Ransi
    Meals Included: Evening Snacks, Dinner
    Cost Of Transport Included: YES
  • Day 2

    Trek

    From Ransi (2100m ) To Bantoli (2700m ), Via - Gaundhar (2850m ) . 4 - 5 Hrs. 8 Kms
    Overnight In: Bantoli (2700m )
    Accommodation: Homestay / Tents / Bantoli
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 3

    Trek

    From Bantoli (2700m ) To Madhyameshwar (3500m ), Via - Nanu Chatti (2720m ), Kun Chatti (2780m ). 4 - 5 Hrs. 8 Kms
    Overnight In: Madhyameshwar (3500m )
    Accommodation: Tents / Madhyamaheshwar
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 4

    Trek

    From Madhyamaheshwar (3500m ) To Kachni Dhar (4400m ) . 5 - 6 Hrs. 9 Kms
    Overnight In: Kachni Dhar (4400m )
    Accommodation: Tents / Kachni Dhar
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 5

    Trek

    From Kachni Dhar (4400m ) To Pandavsera (4100m ) . 5 - 6 Hrs. 9 Kms
    Overnight In: Pandavsera (4100m )
    Accommodation: Tents / Pandavsera
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 6

    Trek, Explore, Rest

    From Pandavsera (4100m ) To Nandi Kund (4800m ) . 3 Hrs. 6 Kms
    Overnight In: Nandi Kund (4800m )
    Accommodation: Tents In Nandi Kund
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 7

    Pass Crossing Day.

    From Nandi Kund (4800m ) To Barma Bugiyal (4100m ), Via - Ghiya Vinayak Pass (5250m ) . 5 - 6 Hrs. 8 Kms
    Overnight In: Barma Bugiyal (4100m )
    Accommodation: Tents In Barma Bugiyal
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 8

    Trek

    From Barma Bugiyal (4100m ) To Bansi Narayan (3500m ) . 6 - 7 Hrs. 14 Kms
    Overnight In: Bansi Narayan (3500m )
    Accommodation: Tents In Bansi Narayan
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 9

    Trek

    From Bansi Narayan (3500m ) To Urgaon (2000m ) . 6 - 7 Hrs. 12 Kms
    Overnight In: Urgaon (2000m )
    Accommodation: Hotel or Homestay In Urgum
    Meals Included: All Meals
  • Day 10

    Drive

    Departure Day
    From Urgum (2000m ) To Rishikesh (552m ) . 8 Hrs. 230 Kms
    Overnight In: Rishikesh (552m )
    Accommodation: None
    Meals Included: Breakfast Only
    Cost Of Transport Included: NO
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WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE

  • Duration: 10 Days / 9 nights of the trek cost from Ransi to Urgum
  • Accommodation In Base Villages (Ransi & Urgum): 2 nights in a local homestay in Ransi and Urgum, with emphasis on local organic food and cultural exposure.
  • Accommodation On Trek: Spacious, sturdy, and High-Quality Dome Tents will be provided on a twin sharing basis.
  • Sleeping In Tents: Thick Waterproof Mattress complemented with Sub Zero Sleeping bags supported with Warm Fleece Sleeping Bag Inners For Extra Hygiene and Warmth will be provided by us
  • Dining On Trek: We will provide Dining and Kitchen Tents with camping stools and tables for extra hygiene and comfort.
  • Toilet On Treks: Dry eco-toilet will be set up with a toilet tent and toilet seat.
  • Meals: All meals starting lunch on Day 1 till lunch on Day 10 morning. 3 meals (B,L,D) suited for high altitude with evening snacks, soup, hot drinks, and extra energizers/juice for summit days
  • Trail Safety: Gaiters, Anti Slip Crampons, and Ice Axe depending upon snow conditions.
  • Communication: For efficient management of the trek, the team will be communicating with each other and trek base with the help of long-range wireless sets.
  • Medical Safety: Oxygen cylinder, Pulse Oximeter, Thermal temperature scanner, and  Emergency Medical Kit accompanied with a trek leader knowledgeable on high altitude medicine and physiology
  • Trek Leader and Guide: Experienced and Well Equipped English/ Hindi Speaking Trek Leader maintaining guide to trekker ratio of 1:6. That is 1 guide for every 6 trekkers.
  • Local Support Staffs: Expert and Knowledgeable local guide with cooks, helpers, porters, mules, etc with travel and food allowances throughout the duration of trek.
  • Permits: All required forest entry permits and camping fees as per the rules of the state
  • Transfers: Return transfers from Rishikesh in a private SUV
  • Max Team Size: Small group of not more than 12 members.
  • Personal Trek Equipments: 9 sets of essential trek gears for complimentary use. ( read below)

 

 

Complimentary: 9 Personal Trekking Equipment For Free Use:
(No Rent will be charged. Refundable security amount of Rs. 2000 need to be deposited )

  • Gaiters to protect snow from getting into your shoe
  • Microspikes / Ice Tracktion Crampons to grip well on slippery and hard snow on the trek 
  • Poncho to protect you from snowfall 
  • Trek Pole to protect you from falling and balancing on the trek
  • Rucksack to pack your trekking gears 
  • Fleece Inner Gloves 
  • Neck Warmer:
  • Waterproof Gloves:
  • Fleece Sleeping Bag Inner to ensure personal sleeping hygiene.

 

 

Add Ons: Make A Comfortable Trek

  • Single Tent Supplement: Rs 7200, for 9 nights
  • Personal Baggage Porterage: Rs. 6000, up to 10 Kgs

 

 

Add Ons: Personal Equipment On Rent

  • High Ankle Waterproof Trekking Shoes (Quechua): Rs 1000
  • -20 degrees Down Jackets: Rs. 1200
  • Windproof/Waterproof Jackets: Rs. 500
  • Windproof/Waterproof pants: Rs. 500
  • Headlamps: 200

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WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED 

  • Porter For Personal Bags ( optional at extra cost )
  • Single Tent Supplement  ( optional at extra cost )
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Personal Purchases
  • Food Purchased Outside Our Menu
  • Bottled Water or any other beverages
  • Personal Gears
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusion list

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How Is The Covid19 Situation In Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek?

Cyrrently this trek route is closed due to Covid19 lockdowns and after this, it will not be an ideal time to do this trek until the monsoon gets over by the mid of September. We are looking forward to the period between the mid of September to the end of October to do this trek in 2021 hoping covid to be retained by then.

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Which Is The Best Time To Do The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek?

The best time to do this trek is in the months of May and June till the earlier days of July before the monsoon sets in. After that, post-monsoon months between September to October is the ideal time to do this trek again. After the Spring season, the pre-monsoon period offers a terrain with lush green grassland and myriads of tiny wildflowers. In the autumn months of September, October and November the winds get drier with time turning the green grasses to a brown shade and offers stable weather for clearer views.

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How Cold Is The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek?

Temperature on this trek may vary between -5 degrees Celcius to 18 degrees on higher altitudes depending upon the time of the year. The start and endpoints of the route are warmer and the temperature may go up to 25 degrees in the summers.

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How Are The Accommodations And Toilet Facility On The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek?

This is a full camping trek with no sight of civilization on the trek once we leave the temple of Madhyamaheshwar and until we reach the village of Urgum. While in the starting and endpoints we offer accommodation in local homestays for experiencing the local life, on the trek, it is a full camping trek. Toilets in the homestays will be basic wet toilets with eastern seats and that on the camps will be the cat-style dry toilets. We will carry a toilet tent and a toilet seat for comfort and hygiene and ensure proper waste management causing minimal impact on the ecology

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What Are The Fitness Requirement Of The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek?

It is a strenuous trek and requires good stamina, strength and mental endurance. Come well prepared with a well-hydrated body used to exercises as you will be pushed to extremes. Strong core muscles, shoulders, calves and good cardio health is a basic expectation from anyone who wishes to do this trek

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Can Novice Trekkers Do The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek?

Beginners can do this trek if they are fit, strong and are supported by a good team on the ground. It is in fact one of the best treks to start your enriching and life-changing journey to the Himalayas.

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What Are The Risk Of AMS On The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek?

This trek climbs very high and the highest sleeping altitude is 4800 meters. It is very susceptible to AMS and we need a high standard of prevention mechanism and follow all the rules of natural acclimatization. Acclimatization is the only key to beat the chances of AMS on a trek. Our itinerary takes care of the height gains each day and slow ascent. We need to stay hydrated and cater meals that focus on warmth, good blood circulation, nutrition and hydration. We go out for acclimatization walks every evening to keep AMS at a bay.

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Which Is The Nearest ATMs and Cash Points On The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek?

There are no ATMs and cash points on the trek and villages. It is advised that you bring cash from the nearby cities before reaching Ransi.

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Is Mobile Network Available On The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek?

Thankfuilly, there is no mobile network on those trek route making is one of the classic Himalayan treks.

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Is Internet Available On The Nandi Kund - Ghiya Vinayak Pass Trek?

There will be no internet on the trek route.

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