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Auden’s Col Trek

Fixed Departure
FromINR 42,000
Fixed Departure
FromINR 42,000
October 14, 2019

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13 Days 12 Nights
Availability : June - September
Gangotri
Gangotri
Min Age : 14+
Max People : 10
Tour Details

Auden’s Col aka The Three Passes Trek
Auden’s Col
| PatanginiDhar | Mayali Pass 

Auden’s Col is a pass connecting Rudugaira valley and Bhilangna valley, named after John Bicknell Auden, a British Geographical Survey officer, who first discovered it in 1935 and crossed it in 1939. The pass is located at 5490m altitude and connects the ridge coming from Gangotri III (6580m) peak on the north-west and the ridge coming from Jogin I (6465m) on the east, and also binds a glacier coming from Jogin I on the north side of Rudugaira valley, and deadly Khatling glacier on the south side of Bhilangna valley.

Rudra ganga stream or Rudragairu (gairu means deep) or Rudugaira gad drains Rudugaira glacier and eventually flows into Bhagirathi (Ganga) river near Gangotri, and Bhilangna river originates from Khatling glacier and meets Bhagirathi near Old Tehri.

Adventure quotient80%
Leisure quotient10%
Tradition and Culture quotient10%

Note :-

  • Trekkers must reach the base camp of the trek at their own expense.Trekkers must reach the base camp of the trek at their own expense.
  • Trekkers are required to bring a medical certificate deeming fit for high-altitude trekking at the start of the trek.

Batch Dates

Batch Date : 3rd June,2017

Minimum Number of Travellers : 5
Maximum Number of Travellers : 10
Food : (All Meal)

Level: Difficult/Strenuous

Max. Elevation: 5490m (Auden’s Col)

 

 

Transportation : Tata sumo/Innova (Jeep)
Accommodation : Camps

Total distance covered: 130 km (Appx.)
Special : Stay in comfortable, clean and hygienic accommodation

 

Price Includes

  • Stay in comfortable, clean and hygienic accommodation
  • All Meals on the trip
  • All permits, entries etc
  • Internal travel during the trip
  • All activities, gears and instructors

Price Excludes

  • Shopping
  • Any other personal expenses
  • Alcohol
  • Anything not mentioned under the head “INCLUSIONS”
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Itinerary

2nd JuneBase Camp Gangotri by road from Haridwar

TREK STARTS…

Day 0Gangotri (2940m), Acclimatization trek, visit temple

Day 1Trek to BhojKharak (3415m)

Day 2Trek to KedarKharak (4315m)

Day 3Trek to Kedar Tal (4760m) and back to KedarKharak

Day 4Trek to PatanginiDhar base camp site (4540m)

Day 5Cross PatanginiDhar (5085m) and reach Dhabba Camp Site (4685m) in Rudugaira valley

Day 6Trek to Rudugaira / Auden’s Col Advanced Base Camp (4975m)

Day 7Cross Auden’s Col (5490m), trek on Khatling and reach Khatling camp site (4970m)

Day 8Trek rest of the Khatling, cross waterfall area (4300m) and reach Khatling Base camp (3765m)

Day 9Cross Bhilangnariver (3480m), and reach Chowki camp site (3630m)

Day 10Trek to Masar Tal (4550m)

Day 11Trek to Masar Top (4695m), Cross Mayali Pass (4990m) and camp (4335m) near Vashuki Tal

Day 12Trek Vashuki Tal (4210m), trek to Vashuki Top (4480m), and descend to Kedarnath (3530m)

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Cancellation Policy

“Hippie in Hills” organizes treks, excursions and related activities primarily in the Himalayan mountain ranges and in other outdoor regions. Travel in the remote mountain regions of the Himalayas involves certain inherent risks and dangers to life and property of both – the “Hippie in Hills” team as well as the participants, which include but are not limited to, acts of God, danger from natural elements / extreme weather (landslides, cloudbursts, rock-fall, snowfall, etc.), problems arising out of exposure to high altitudes injuries / accidents on account of travel in difficult terrain, which may result in delays, injury, illness or under extreme circumstances, even death.
The participant is aware that the treks and related activities involve such risks and dangers; and that “Hippie in Hills”, within its limited capacity, takes viable measures to ensure the safety and comfort of the participants and to minimize the risks associated with these activities.

Understanding all the risks, dangers and related aspects mentioned in this section, registering and participating in of any of the services offered by “Hippie in Hills” constitutes a de-facto contractual arrangement between “Hippie in Hills” and the Participant. Accepting these terms and conditions denotes that the participant has understood all the terms & conditions mentioned hereafter, and that these terms and conditions shall be binding upon the participant at all times.

* Please note that the itinerary provided is subject to favorable weather and conditions. In case of bad weather and inaccessibility to a destination after the tour begins, we will do our best to make alternate plans. The cost of the tour or any part of it will not be refunded in the event of unfavorable conditions anytime during the tour days, after the tour begins.

* No refunds will be entertained if a participant is unable to complete the tour owing to medical conditions or any other reasons, after starting the tour.

* Carry basic medications during the tour.

* The tour takes place through eco-friendly zone; do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites.

30% of the deposit amount if cancelled 30 days prior to trip start date.
50% of the deposit amount if cancelled 20 days prior to trip start date.
90% of the Full amount if cancelled 10 days prior to trip start date.