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“most amazing natural wonder of the world”
Review of Om Parvat

Om Parvat
Reviewed July 7, 2014

You can surely visit the most wonderful natural wonder of the world by yourself (it’s a clearly marked trail). If you want, you can hire a porter or a guide from Dharchula.

Day 1 – Delhi to Almora

Day 2 – Almora to Dharchula

(Dharchula is where you need to do an Inner Line Permit and a medical test)

Day 3 - Dharchula (920m) to Mangti by car (about 3 hours drive) and then start trek to Malpa (about 9-10 km)

Malpa has a couple of dhabha’s and a PWD rest house. Malpa is a site of landslide disaster of 1998). So if you wish, you can combine Day 3 and Day 4

Day 4 – Malpa to Budhi (2680m) 9 km

(stay at KMVN)

Day 5 – Budhi to Chiyalekh (3350m) is a tough 3 km trek and then Gunji (3220m) (total 18 km for the day)

(stay at KMVN)

Day 6 – Gunji to Kalapani (3600 m) is 9 km and then further to Navidhang (4246 m) is another 9 km. This is where you can do Om Parvat darshan.

(stay at KMVN)

Day 7 – Navidhang to Kalapani to Gunji

(You can add 3 days for Chhota Kailash through Kutti)

Day 8 – Gunji to Budhi

Day 9 – Budhi to Mangti trek and then to Dharchula by car

Day 10 – Dharchula to Patal Bhuvaneshwar and Jageshwar to Almora

Day 11- Almora to Delhi

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