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Gaumukh Tapovan Trek 8 Days/7 Nights

Duration

8 Days/7 Nights

Max People

35

Min Age

10+

Pickup

Bus

Brief Description

Region

Uttarakhand Himalayas

District

Uttarkashi

Duration

8 Days/7 Nights (Dehradun to Dehradun)

Difficulty Level

Moderate to Difficult

Highest Altitude

4,460 Meters

Trekking Distance

46 Kilometers

Map Loaction

 

Temperature

In summer: day time 5°C to 15°C & Night Time 0°C To 7°C.
In winter: day time -2°C To 5°C & Night time -12°C To -5°C

Are you hungry for adventure? Are you in a slump right now and outdoor adventure is what excites you? Then you are at the correct place! We are calling out to everyone who is seeking for a fun trekking experience to the Himalayas.

Climbing mountains with friends can be a very thrilling experience but it is also a bonding experience. Are you waiting for that ideal Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani Himalayan trekking trip where your campsite oversees a meadow and you go follow trekking trails at night?

Well, we aren’t taking you to Manali, but we for sure are taking you to Gaumukh Tapovan. We know it sounds anticlimactic, but it is FUN!
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Gaumukh Tapovan: An Overview In India, the river Ganga holds a sacred position. If you are looking forward to a trek that combines myth, reality, and self-discovery, trekking experience is going to be your ideal most choice. It is not only going to be another summer trek or winter trek; it is going to be an experience that helps you grow spiritually.

Contrary to popular belief, this was one of the most popular trekking sites in India. This was because, Tapovan is situated at the foot of Mt Shivling, only over the Gangotri ice sheet, which is the principle wellspring of River Ganga things don’t end here you can also see the Bhagirathi sisters, entirely. For years this trekking trail has been beloved by seekers of adrenaline and spirituality.

The area of Tapovan makes it a spectacular spot for travelers. The most notable tapovan in India is the region over the Gangotri Glacier at one of the essential wellsprings of the Ganges, in Uttarakhand, India.

The journeying ordinarily begins from Gaumukh, and the trip was viewed as moderate to troublesome before the annihilation of a significant part of the path from Gangotri to Gaumukh by the 2013 North Indian Floods.

About the trek  Gaumukh Trek ranges up to a total of 46 km trek, which is typically hiked for 6-7 days. The trail snakes through the Greater Himalayas within the confines of Gangotri National Park. It is a moderate trek that can be attempted by beginners if you prepare well.

A multi-day agenda mixing legend, otherworldliness, and electrifying experience, the Gaumukh Tapovan Trek takes you around the Gangotri icy mass to the site generally accepted to be the mouth of the blessed waterway Ganga.

The Gangotri frigid span is about 24 km long and 6 to 8 km wide, starting from Gaumukh and reaching out similarly as the Chaukhamba massif around Badrinath.

In the wake of devouring our faculties, in short, lived icy tones and the high background of Mount Shivling, present entirely from the base to the serrated pinnacle, we plummet through the mountains of Tapovan back to Gangotri. The trip is undoubtedly a furious visual thrill fest with rising mountain behemoths, for example, the Bhagirathi twin pinnacles, and Mount Meru, other than the ever-present Shivling.

The acknowledgment of heavenliness on viewing the stream that conceived an offspring and supported whole human progress develops erratically out of the Gaumukh nose to stream 2,525 odd kilometers before meeting with the sea, comes at an arresting profound second.

The journey, in extraordinary parts, veers past the timberline and goes through overwhelming mountainscapes. We camp at strict statues from where the snow bonded tops are a short distance away.

Be it the dreamlike sight of the Bhagirathi tops shimmering in the evening glow, the psyche desensitizing view of the Shivling from Tapovan campground, ascending from the base to its pinnacle directly before you, or a brief look at the impressive Mount Meru, the endurance of visual delights never appears to abandon this excursion.

This trek is grouped moderate-hard for quite a few reasons. It would help if you came prepared for a strenuous climb along with stone ridden ways and a heartless atmosphere. The heavenly men who are discovered living for all time in the mountains of Tapovan for sadhana under the look of Shivling can be the ones to draw your motivation from!
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Who can go?

• Newbies can apply and should have some enthusiasm for traveling and mountaineering.

• The climber must be fit and have adequate endurance to cover 5 km of separation in a short time without pressure.

• The climber ought to have the option to convey a 10-15 kg rucksack.

• Heart issues, hypertension, asthma, and epilepsy can’t be accommodated on this crucial. The climber must not have the conditions referenced previously.

Places to look out for

• The Gaumukh Glacier
The Gaumukh glacier is a gigantic glacier that tends to leave its viewers awestruck by the majestic formation. It is a breath-taking experience that is hard to describe in words. We highly recommend wandering into the mountain and it for yourself.

• The view of Mount Shivling and Bhagirathi Sisters
The grandeur of Mt. Shivling is well-known around the world. People from all over the world tend to come and witness this beauty. Contrary to popular belief this mountain is not filled with flat-grasslands. It is raw which makes this trekking trail full of adventure and thrill.

The Bhagirathi Sisters are mountain ranges that are not talked about that often. But we assure you these are almost as majestic as any other ranges. During this trek, you will get to experience an amazing view of the Bhagirathi Sisters from the top to the bottom. They are quite striking, perhaps more if you like harmony in rock terrain.

Best Time to Visit: Gaumukh Tapovan Trek is pleasant for any month of the year. Best time of year include Oct to April. During winters, Sarutak Tal and nearby meadows covered in the wide blanket of snow.


Trek Itinerary

Day 1 Dehradun (447 m) to Gangotri (3100 m): 241 km drive (9-10 Hours)

Gear up for the excursion and move out from Dehradun from 6 am onwards. You will not regret taking this trip because along with the trekking plans ahead of you, you will also get to visit an avalanche of widely known and the most wish-listed hill stations like Mussorie, Dhanautli and Chamba.

The whole trekking experience awaits for you in Uttarkashi, the Land of Gods. Known for its natural beauty, its significance lies as the abode of gods like Parshuram, Annapurna, Dattatrya, Bhairav, Laksheswar and Ekadashrudra.

Pilgrims flock to this religious heritage from around the country and beyond. Among the many temples, the largest and the most visited temple is Lord Vishwanath temple. You can always start the trekking journey with a prayer or some kind of spiritual retreat.

Once you reach Gangotri, gracefully placed between mountains and the banks of Bhagirathi, allow yourself to wander off in the neighbourhood and take the time to realise that you’re finally here and nothing is going to stop you from this exhilarating piece of trekking.

Day 2 Acclimatization day at Gangotri

Great morning in the heavenly place where there is Gangotri!

Eat and appreciate the whole day merely being alive in the strict vibes. Since you are at 3100 meters height, today is the day for acclimatization. Acclimatization resembles wellbeing supplements to your body to become acclimated to the ecological and low temperatures.

While doing that, you can exploit being in Gangotri, one of the four Char Dhams. The Gangotri sanctuary is the most significant sanctuary which was worked in the eighteenth century. Aside from that, you can visit the BhagirathShila, a blessed stone where King Bhagirath loved master Shiva and Pandav Gufa where Pandavas were refreshed.

You will see numerous outsiders reflecting and meandering around. Go through the night in the visitor house and prepare for the up and coming journey.

Day 3 Gangotri (3100 Meters) to Chirbassa (3350 meters ) : 9 km Trek ( 6 Hours)

  • Trek distance: 9 km
  • Duration: 5-6 hours
  • Altitude: 3350 meters
  • Altitude Gain: 250 meters

On your route :-

  • Bhojpatra or Himalayan Birch(Betula utilis)
  • Banjh Oak (Quercus leucotrichophora)
  • Bhagirathi River
  • Sudarshan Parvat

Stock up a ball of energy with a nutritious breakfast.

You will stroll in the Gangotri National park. Follow through the pine backwoods close by the surprising Bhagirathi waterway. There will be gradual climbs and all through the course, the towering Sudarshan Parbat will guide you to the heavenly portal of the Himalayan mountains.

The walk itself holds a series of streams and cascades accompanied with the water gently flirting with the rocks. You will finally know the reason behind the call for nature in the postmodern period.

Towards the finish of the trail and beyond the Sudarshan top, you will arrive at the campsite.

The campsite isn’t going to be your mediocre ” in the middle of the forest” campsite. You will be camping in between the sinewy Himalayan Peaks of the Bhagirathi Sister tops. Strewn by the banks of the Bhagirathi, watch the fire flakes disappear in the sky and watch the stars glistening the sky and on the river. The scent of the raw pine trees streamlined around, life will feel a little better, a little less dramatic but raw and pure.

Views from camp side: 

  • Bhagirathi I (6856 m)
  • Bhagirathi II (6512 m)
  • Bhagirathi III (6454 m)
  • Manda Peak (6568 m)
  • Bhrigu Peak (4350 m)

Day 4 Chirbassa(3350 m) to Bhojbasa (3794 m) : 5 Km trek ( 2-3 Hours)

  • Trek distance: 5 km
  • Duration: 2-3 hours
  • Altitude: 3794 meters
  • Altitude Gain: 444 meters

Wake up with the dazzling fluorescent perspectives of sunbeams on the mountain tops, get revived to walk once more. Your next destination is Bhojbasa. With a two or three hours of walk, the mountain trails will make you feel closer to the Bhagirathi tops.

The Bhojbasa originated from Bhopatra trees or the Birch trees is a plain landscape perfect for camping. This is the most considerable part of the valley serving you the principal perspective on Mount Shivling.

Accommodation for the ascetics, you can visit the ashrams strewn widely around.

Chill around in the early afternoon in the wake of eating at the campground. You can catch the mind-blowing outdoors region, as you stroll into the Gaumukh, the finish of the Gangotri ice sheet. Go through the comfortable cold night during the tents.

Day 5 Bhojwasa (3794 m) to Khada Pathar employing Gaumukh (4100 m) and Tapovan (4460 m) : 9 km trek (6-7 Hours)

  • Trek distance: 9 km
  • Duration: 6-7 hours
  • Altitude: 4100 meters
  • Altitude Gain: 306 meters

Views from camp side: 

  • Mt Shivling (6543 m)
  • Mt Meru (6660 m)
  • Bhagirathi tops (6856 m)

The day has shown up when it will be the arduous and most protracted day of the trip, so eat full and get pressed lunch.

The trip to Gomukh is genuinely simple. Gomukh is the finish of the Gangotri ice sheet and thus the wellspring of the heavenly Ganges stream. Most strict individuals think about it as a gift to visit the Ganges.

Legends also that one cannot have any evil intentions while on a trip to Gomukh. One has to have untainted and pure intentions so that one can attain peace in the afterlife.

Remember to stay hydrated especially during this trek because the path from here gets more extreme and loaded up with rock stones. The stone moraines on the icy mass make the trip troublesome, yet it likewise implies there is no need for specialized supplies. You can utilize a journeying post to facilitate the ascension.

The last journey to Tapovan is a rough landscape, and when you cross it, you will be satisfied to be in the most famous mountains with a closer perspective on the brilliant Mt. Shivling.

Tapovan is acclaimed for the Sadhus who come here for contemplation. It is additionally the base camp for the undertakings going to Mt. Shivling. It offers the immediate, more magnificent sight of Mt. Shivling, which is viewed as one of the most consecrated and lovely mountains. Try not to miss seeing Mt. Meru and Bhagirathi tops.

After the tiring trip, Tapovan fills in as an ideal spot for isolation. Here you will discover mountain goats meandering around, similarly as you seem to be. The sight is totally a counterpart for all the tiresome hours of walking the mountain trails.

Day 6 Tapovan (4460 m) to Chirbassa (3350 m) : 14 km trek ( 6-7 hours)

    • Trek distance: 14 km
    • Duration: 6-7 hours

It is now the time to revise the sights you have seen so far. Do take up the opportunity to capture your moments among the pride of the Himalayan peaks.

You cannot miss the sunrises and the sunsets on this trip. It is worth bombarding your gallery with such amazing sights of the mountains, the trees, streams which are notable for the most favoured trekking destination.

Mt. Shivling looks prettier as at no other time, passing its excellence to the neighbouring pinnacles. Together they all make a dynamite sight.
Plummeting is troublesome than climbing they state, and you will understand this now as you clear a path around the boulders.

After a steep slip to Gomukh, descend the landscape nearby Bhagirathi stream. It will be a 7-8 hours journey until Chirbassa. Treasure the moments of adventure because you wouldn’t want to climb the buildings once you go back to square one of the bustling city life.

Day 7 Chirbasa (3350m) to Gangotri (3100 m) : 9 km trek (6-7 Hours)

    • Trek distance: 9 km
    • Duration: 6-7 hours

You might be feeling the blues when you come to the realization that you’re almost coming to an end of the trekking adventure. While you feel your guts spiralling all the way up to your throat, you know that you’re going to miss this moment, the many companions and even the solitary flagpole flapping outside your tent.

With a trip for around 4-5 hours covering 9km, you will effortlessly reach Gangotri National Park. Take a moment to smile because you’ve made it. You’re healed inside and out and you feel a much better person. Whether you like it or not, you gotta pack to come back to Dehradun and along these lines to your beautiful homes.

Day 8 Depart for Dehradun

    • Driving distance: 241 km
    • Duration: 9-10 hours

Take a moment and say your goodbyes to the amazing fellow trekkers you have met. Beef up for another trip back to Dehradun and to your homes. While you have left your footprints on the trails of the Himalayas, these moments will stay in photographs and the eyes of the mind. Bid farewell to the mountains and the valleys as they promise to keep your secrets, turn your echoes into music in some faraway places. You can now sigh a breath of nostalgia and relief that the trekking has now come to an end and you’re all healed up.

Don’t worry, mother nature’s sacred Bhagirathi river will lead you back safe and sound.

Here comes the ending for the beautiful and adventurous journey!

Included/Excluded

  • Specialized bilingual guide
  • Private Transport
  • Camp & Food
  • Departure Taxes
  • Entry Fees
  • 5 Star Accommodation

Tour Plan

1 How To Reach

How To Reach

By Air:-

Jolly Grant airport is located 25 kilometers from the city, serving to Dehradun.Daily flight from Delhi to Dehradun.

By Train:-

Take the train from Delhi to Dehradun overnight

Nanda Devi Express(from new delhi):- Departure:- 23:50; Arrival:- 05:40

Dehradun Express(from Nizamuddin):- Departure:- 21:10; Arrival:- 05:00

By Bus:-

Regular bus service is available from Delhi (ISBT Kashmere Gate) to Dehradun. We suggest that you take only government buses from the ISBT Kashmere Gate. Private buses run from outside ISBT Kashmere Gate and they are not trust worthy.

Usually, the buses left you in the Dehradun ISBT. From there you have to come to Dehradun railway station via Ola/Uber Cab/Auto Rickshaw/Shared three Wheeler.

2 Things To Carry

Things To Carry

Basics Gears

  • Backpack & Rain Cover (40-60 Litres)
  • Trekking Shoes
  • Trekking Pole
  • LED Torch
  • One Water Bottle (one litre)
  • Basic Medications (or prescribed if any)

Clothes

  • Trekking Jacket
  • Three (Five in winter) Warm Layers
  • Two trek pants (one Wear and one carry)
  • Two collared t-shirts
  • Thermals

Accessories

  • Sunglasses
  • Sunscreeen Lotion
  • Lip Balm
  • Sun cap
  • Synthetic hand gloves
  • Two pair of Socks
  • Raincoat/Ponchos

Others

  • Daypack (20 litres), if you opt to offload your backpack
  • Toiletries
  • Cutlery
  • Plastic cover (for wet clothes)

Mandatory Documents

Original and photocopy of government photo identity card- (Passport, Aadhaar Card, Driving license or voters ID)

3 Terms & Conditions

Terms & Conditions

The following listed statements are the ‘Terms and Conditions’ that will guide the relationship between YOU ( might also be referred as ‘Client’ below ) and MountMemory ( might also be referred as ‘Us’ below ). By booking a trip with us, it is taken for acceptance that you have read the Terms and Conditions and are in agreement with it in full terms. On booking a trip with us, it is also taken for acceptance that you agree to be bound by the laid terms and conditions, the cancellation policy and certain limitations of liability. We, i.e You and Us will be guided by this Terms and Conditions to resolve any legal or other disputes that may arise during the trip.

TRIP:

Any treks, expeditions, photography tours, or any other product which you will buy from us is referred to as TRIPS.

Booking A Trip

All of our trips need to be registered for by filling up a registration form and following the booking processes and successful receipt of payments. A booking ONLY COMES TO EXISTENCE after we send a confirmation email from us stating the same. Before that, there is no existence and meaning of this Terms and Conditions.

Before a trip is booked by you, we are in no obligation of any sorts and may change the price, itinerary or service agreement of a trip, be it multiple times. Once a trip is booked, this Terms and Conditions stands valid, as our legal guiding rules.

CANCELLATION OF A TOUR BY MountMemory:

MountMemory reserves the right to cancel any trip you booked with us, unless guaranteed to run beforehand The cancellation of a trip by us might be because of several reasons which are not under our control.

Call Off – Before The Trip Start Date:

Due to natural disasters, flight cancellation, consequences of strikes, industrial action, wars, riots, sickness, quarantine, government intervention, weather conditions, or other similar situations, we may cancel the trip. Such cases are beyond our boundaries and MountMemory do its best to come to your help. On such occasions, MountMemory will refund the trip fee. We will be guided by our Cancellation Policy for the amount to refund and the date of such interventions will be accepted as the cancellation date.

Call Off – After The Trip Start Date:

Due to similar reasons as stated above, an ongoing trip might have to be cancelled midway. On such occasions, we will try our best to co-operate with you. However, no refunds will be made.

In any such cases, MountMemory will not be held responsible for any incidental expenses or collateral losses or damages that the Client may have incurred as a result of the booking the trip, such as visas, vaccinations, non-refundable flights or rail, non refundable car parking or other fees, loss of earnings, or loss of enjoyment, etc.

MEDICAL CONDITIONS AND SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

All of our trips demands a certain level of fitness and medical health. For some of our trips, you need to fill our medical certificate with correct information. In any case, the information stated by you or your doctor in the medical certificate will be treated as correct, and we won’t be scrutinizing it. MountMemory has all the right to cancel or abandon a trip for the individual due to medical risks or fitness issues, before or in the middle of an ongoing trip. On such cases, no refund will be made for the remaining part of the trip cost whatsoever.

Some trips may be unsuitable for Clients due to age, mobility, pregnancy or physical or mental conditions. It is the Client’s responsibility to check prior to booking. MountMemory is not required to provide any special facilities unless it has agreed to do so in writing. The Company will do its best to meet Clients special requests, but such requests do not form part of the Contract and therefore the Company is not liable for not serving these special requests.

INDEMNITY AND RISK OF LIFE ADVENTURE UNDERTAKEN:

You understand that venturing in the high altitude and indulging in adventurous activities like trekking and mountaineering expeditions may expose you to inhospitable conditions which may pose serious risks to you in forms of physical or medical injury, and might even result in your death.

You have given a consent that you have undertaken this trip with MountMemory Pvt. Ltd. at your own volition, cost and risk, and will not hold Mountmemory Pvt. Ltd. or any of its representatives and staffs, responsible for any unforeseen consequences that can happen to me on this trek or expedition.

RESPONSIBLE TRAVEL

At MountMemory we believe in sustainable tourism through responsible travelling and it is one of our prime pillars of the organization. In all of our trip, we focus on keeping the mountains clean, benefiting the local community through our travels into their place and conservation of the natural flora and fauna of the place. We try to leave the mountains in better conditions than what we got into it. We make sure that in any case, we i.e our clients and staffs cause no harm to the environment at any cost. If possible and feasible, we even put voluntary efforts to clean the mountains and raise awareness amongst the local community. Irresponsible behavior with the environment will not be tolerated and we may also consider excluding the culprit from the group. In such cases, no refunds whatsoever will be made.

TRIP LEADER, SAFETY AND AUTHORITY

All our trips will be headed by a trip leader who will be a Himalayan High representative. In all the cases he will be guiding the clients to safety norms and will put all his efforts to keep the group safe, healthy, comfortable, motivated and take towards successful completion of the trip. In case of any unforeseen conditions like bad weather, medical evacuation, etc, it is the Trip Leader who will take the decision of the further itinerary or course of action based on his experience, judgement of the situation and safety of the entire group. He, and only he, has the sole right to take the decision with regards to the course of action and itinerary on the field for the safety and benefit of all the members in the group.

TRAVEL INSURANCE:

We DO NOT provide insurance of any kind. Adequate and valid travel insurance is advisable for all travelers. Your travel insurance must cover accidents, injury, illness and death medical expenses, including any related to pre-existing medical conditions, emergency repatriation (including helicopter rescue, air ambulance where applicable) and personal liability. You must carry proof of insurance with you and produce it when required. You need to make sure that your insurance covers ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES like trekking and mountaineering at the required altitude.

CHANGES IN THE ITINERARY:

Please note that mountain adventures are always unpredictable. Bad weather in mountain regions can cause flight delays, road blocks, or getting stranded in one place, etc. In such cases, we will be required to change the itinerary as per the situation. The itinerary will be changed with the best intentions to complete the trip as much as feasible, for everyone in the team. Such changes will always be made to keep the total number of days in the trek to be unchanged, If for any case, where the number of days increases, extra cost for the day needs to be borne by the clients for the extra days. The amount will be calculated by MountMemory office/staffs. In no case any refund will be made if the trip is cancelled in the middle due to situations beyond our control. However, every effort will be made to adjust the remaining days to change to some other itinerary.

Moreover, MountMemory does not accept any responsibility for costs incurred as a result of missed flights, trains or buses, but would assist to make alternative arrangements wherever possible. Please also note that while on the field, we may have to make some changes in the itinerary due to unforeseen circumstances.

DOCUMENTS TO BE CARRIED

You must carry a valid photo identity card like passport, voter’s ID or aadhar card. These documents might be required for issuing various permissions required to travel. MountMemory is not responsible for the safety of these documents; It is advised that proper care be taken to protect your documents from getting damaged due to rain, theft, misplacement, etc. Also, please carry 2 passport sized photos. Many permits require them. It will only be used when required.

Also, very importantly, carry MountMemory Travel Disclaimer and Medical Certificate in original copies which needs top be submitted to the trek leader in the base camp.

INJURIES AND EVACUATION:

MountMemory would not be financially liable for any injury/health conditions/emotional or other conditions suffered by the client during the trip. Similarly, our package cost does not include any personal insurance. We advise the clients to take adequate insurance packages, including medical emergencies and evacuation by Helicopter, wherever available and required.

However, MountMemory will take all the necessary care required to take care of any injuries. The team will be accompanied by a Team Leader who will handle required first aids and work out the evacuations.

What if you get injured in middle of the trek ?

Such situations will be treated as emergency and we will act according to the seriousness of it. While sometimes we may require to give you full attention, without affecting the entire team. While on other occasions, it might be a minor injury and treated accordingly, with importance. If we require to send you back, we will accompany a helper with you, who will take care of you and take you down to safety. The entire team is expected to cooperate fully on such occasions. We will abide by our Terms of Travel for such situation, and you are expected to read it before you join one of our fixed departures.

Can emergency to some individual in the group disrupt your plan and schedule ?

We plan strictly to stick to the planned schedule and keep the group shielded from individual emergencies. However, sometimes a bad case of emergency can disrupt the entire plan as we prioritized to save a life first. We take with us enough extra resources so as to answer the individual emergency without disrupting the plan of other unaffected trekkers in the team. However, if the condition is too serious, others in the group might get affected due to this as well. This might be a little compromise in service promised, change in itinerary, etc. It seldom happens, but there is a chance for that. Cost escalation for unscheduled return from the trek will not be borne by us.

Cost of an emergency situation ?

All the expenses made during an emergency situation or unplanned situation has to be borne by the individual trekker. We will assist with all our knowledge, information and connections to respond to that emergency immediately and get you back to safety.

SERVICES MISSED OR UNUSED OR UNSCHEDULED RETURN:

There will be no discounts or money refunded for missed or unused services, this includes voluntary or involuntary termination/departure from tour, i.e. sickness, death of a family member etc, late arrival on the tour, or premature departure either voluntarily or involuntarily.

Cost escalation for unscheduled and unplanned return from the trek will not be borne by us.

THEFT ON TRIP

MountMemory will not be responsible for any theft or loss of personal belongings on the travel duration. It is upto the client’s top take care of their personal belongings. However, Himalayan High will try their best to act to the situation, but not legally liable to do so, by taking proper actions including reporting to local police administration, talking to locals, etc. A travel insurance taking care of theft on tour is advised for this matter.

UPDATING OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

MountMemory reserves the right to update and amend these terms and conditions at anytime. It is the responsibility of the Client to keep updated with any changes. The current version of terms and conditions will always be found on the website www.themountmemory.com and will be the terms referred to in any dispute.

4 Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy

Any cancellation by a Client must be made in writing and acknowledged by the Company. The date on which the request to cancel is received by MountMemory will be accepted as the Cancellation Date and hence determine the cancellation charges applicable. Mentioned below are our cancellation charges.

In case you wish to cancel your trek please e-mail us at info@themountmemory.com
1- Cancellations up to 21 days prior to departure date – 70% refund
2- Between 21 days to 14 days prior to departure – 50% refund
3- Between 14 days to 10 days prior to departure- 30% refund
4- Less than 10 days of departure – No refund or you can transfer your trek (same batch date & same trek) to your dear one.

Note:-
a) Change of trek batch date is dependent on the availability of seats in the batch.
b) In case of transferring a trek to your dear one, he/she should satisfy all the mandatory requirements lay down by MountMemory.
c) MountMemory holds the right to change/cancel the policies, without prior notice. Refund Policy

The applicable refund amount will be processed within the 10 working days.

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6 Cost Inclusions

Cost Inclusions

  • Accommodation
  • Cost of transport (Dehradun to Dehradun)
  • Meals(Veg & Non-Veg)
  • High Rated Equipments
  • All Permits
  • Expert Trek Leader & Guide
  • Sleeping bags supported with Warm Fleece Sleeping Bag Inners For Extra Hygiene and Warmth
  • All required camping gears with Separate Dining and Kitchen Tents and toilet tents
  • High Altitude Medical Kit with medically sound trek leader
  • Expert and Knowledgeable Trek Leader & local guide with cooks, helpers, etc
  • Micro spikes and Gaiters to all trekkers
7 Cost Exclusions

Cost Exclusions

  • BAGGAGE OFFLOAD: Extra at INR 500 per bag per day.
  • Food purchased outside our fixed menu
  • Travel Insurance
  • Anything out of the Inclusions list
  • Personal Trekking Gears ( everything required can be rented from us at discounted rate if booked well on time

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