Enveloped with rugged and lofty Himalayan mountains, Uttarakhand calls out the adventure enthusiasts throughout the year. And why not, after all the state is one of the finest peak climbing destinations in India that offers challenging experiences that are both distinct and spine-chilling.
Being one of the must-visit tourist destinations in India, Uttarakhand offers the adventure aficionados a wide scope and options for peak climbing at an elevation of approx 6000 and 7000 m. Both Garhwal and Kumaon regions of the state are dotted with tall peaks like Satopanth, Changabang, Neelkantha, Kamet, Shivlinga, Bhagirathi Group of Peak, Bandarpunch, Mt. Nanda Devi East, Mt.
Baljuri Peak, Trishul, Panchachauli, and more. Not just this, but the Kedar dome, offers an opportunity of skiing along with climbing. Besides, this Indian Himalayan destination is even home to a number of peaks that remain untouched and unexplored that awaits the adventure seekers to set up new records.
Ans: Nanda Devi standing imposing at an elevation of approx 7,816 m is the highest peak in Uttarakhand.
Ans: The great peaks for climbing expedition in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand are Bandarpunch, Kamet, Neelkantha, Changabang, Pangarchulla Peak, Bhagirathi Group of Peaks, Shivlinga, Kedar Dome, Gangotri Group of Peaks, Satopanth, and a lot more.
Ans: Mt. Nanda Devi East, Mt. Baljuri Peak, Panchachauli, and Trishul are some of the great peaks in the Kumaon region for climbing expedition.
Ans: The climbing expedition in Uttarakhand can be done throughout the year. However, the best time to consider is during the summer season between March and June and post-monsoon and winter season between October and February.
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