Saryu to Ram Ganga Valleys

  • Crossing the Ramganga River on Elephant - © Diana Bradshaw flickr user
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  • The upper Ramganga River - © Eric Gropp flickr user
  • Ramganga - © Pushkar Pathak flickr user
  • Ramganga beyond Thal - © shaheenalikhan flickr user
  • Turquoise Ramganga, Thal II - © simranbhatia22 flickr user

Key information: Saryu to Ram Ganga Valleys

    • Delightful but not difficult 10-ish day trek at low altitude (well, maximum 3,240m) in remote valleys, crossing passes with excellent views of the nearby Pankhwa Dhar range and the further Nanda Devi group. Lovely meadow campsites. 
      • Best months: all year, but avoid monsoon (late June-mid Sept).
        • Tough walking in remote mountains, where altitude can cause real problems. Come fully prepared, including proper acclimatization. Good info in Trekking and Climbing in the Indian Himalaya. Check the current permit requirements.
        • This page is at an early stage of development. Please help us by making suggestions and sending photos! Thank you!

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Vital Statistics

  • Length: 55km/10-ish days
  • Maximum Altitude: 3,240m
  • Level of Difficulty: Moderate

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Turquoise Ramganga, Thal II - © simranbhatia22 flickr user
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