Traill’s Pass (5400m) Expedition

Traill’s Pass is named after George William Traill who headed the first successful expedition through the pass. Lodged at the end of Pindari glacier, the pass is flanked by Nanda Devi on one side, and Nanda Kot on the other. Alternatively known as Pindari Kanda, Traill’s Pass bridges the valleys of Pindari and Lawan, and the adjoining glaciers of Pindari and Lawan Gad are the source of the rivers Pindari and Gori Ganga. If that’s not enough to get your heart racing, the Pass brings you stunningly close to the mighty Nanda Devi peak! One of the most exhilarating expeditions in Uttarakhand, Traill’s Pass requires rigorous endurance levels, and great mountaineering skills.

Uttarakhand – 20D/19N – 5400 Mts. – May/June/September

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The itinerary is as follows:

Day 01 – Report to Kathgodam; Drive to Kausani

Day 02 – Drive to Kharkiya & trek to Khati

Day 03 – Trek from Khati to Dwali

Day 04 – Trek from Dwali to Base Camp

Day 05 – Rest & acclimatisation day at Base Camp

Day 06 – Trek from Base Camp to Advanced Base Camp, Thakta Kharak Camp

Day 07 – Rest & acclimatisation day at Advance Base Camp

Day 08 – Rest & acclimatisation day at Advance Base Camp

Day 09 – Trek from Advance Base Camp to First Camp

Day 10 – Trek from First Camp to Second Camp

Day 11 – Trek from Second Camp to Moraine Camp via Traill’s Pass

Day 12 – Trek from Moraine Camp to Nanda Devi East Base Camp

Day 13 – Trek from Nanda Devi East Base Camp to Rata Gangal

Day 14 – Trek from Rata – Gangal to Martoli village

Day 15 – Rest & explore at Martoli village

Day 16 – Trek from Martoli to Nahar Devi

Day 17 – Trek from Nahar Devi to Rargari

Day 18 – Trek from Rargari to Dhaba; Drive to Munsiyari

Day 19 – Drive from Munsiyari to Dhaul Chinna

Day 20 – Drive from Dhaul Chinna to Kathgodam; depart for Delhi


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How to Prepare Physically for your Trek?

Even the seemingly easiest of treks can become a daunting task when you factor in the high altitude of the mountains. Don’t let that put you off, for all you need is 2 to 3 months of regular workout, and you’re all set! Focus on cardiovascular stamina, muscle strength and trec specific training. To up your cardiovascular endurance, begin by jogging 5 km at least thrice every week. Target running 5 km in 30 minutes. For muscle strength, include squats, planks, push ups and other exercises that build your core, knee, and calf muscles. Trek specific training will include stair climbing with a loaded backpack, or steep hikes in vicinal hills to get used to the rugged, uneven terrain of the trek. Read More.

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