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Phulara Ridge Trek is one of the very few ridge treks in India. The trek commences from the base of Sankri which is a location near western Uttarakhand.
You start climbing the mountains where you witness the marveling view of the ranges and the scenic beauty mesmerizes you. The high mountain tops act as a barrier and protect you from all the worries you may have brought with you.
Next, we have the majestic forests of the region. So green that even the emerald will be envious. Tall trees provide shelter to the tired souls which wander in the lush green forests.
Bird watching is another thing which you would be accustomed to once you return from this trek. Sighting birds is a very common activity undertaken by the trekkers who visit this area.
When you witness the alpine meadows, you lose all your sense. Till miles, all you can see is folds of green bushes carpeting the Earth.
This trek is one which will leave an everlasting impact on your heart and eyes due to the trek’s, out-of-the-world panoramic beauty.
Day 1: Arrival to Sankri
Day 2: Sankri to Sikolta
Day 3: Sikolta to Bhoj Gadi
Day 4: Bhoj Gadi to Pushtara via Phulara Ridge
Day 5: Pushtara to Taluka. Drive to Sankri
The best time to visit this trek would be either between March to May or between September to mid – November.
This trek’s difficulty level lies between easy to moderate, and can be undertaken by a first time trekker! The terrain for the trek is relatively easy to trace and won’t be an issue for someone who has little knowledge about trekking.
Even though it is a very easy trek, a basic level of fitness is expected from the participants. You will be required to prepare for the trek for at least a month before commencing the trek.
Please make sure that you follow a proper fitness schedule to prepare yourself for the trek. Start the preparation for the trek atleast a month before the trek starts. You can start with practicing cardiovascular exerices, squats, regular walks and jogging sessions to control your breathing and heart rates. It is always best to be prepared for such treks.
A rucksack is very important for treks like this which go on for 5-6 days. It should have a large capacity to carry clothes, accompaniments and gears. Look for wide comfortable straps and hip belts to maximize comfort.
Yes, They will also carry your personal luggage, however it will be chargeable. The porters charge around Rs. 300 per bag per day, where the luggage is around 12 kgs in weight.
We would suggest you to buy trek boots, as they will protect your feet and support your ankles. It also prevents any unnecessary foot or ankle injuries due to trekking on slippery surfaces.
Yes, Even though it is a relatively easy trek, we would suggest you to do this trek along with a guide. The guides have been professionally trained to deal with any situation that might arise, and will help you get the most out of this trek.
The trek’s difficulty is from easy to moderate. Anyone with even basic knowledge about trekking can do this trek easily as the terrain is easy to trace.
Yes, Since it is a very easy trek, you can go solo for this trek, even as a first timer! Relish in the majestic forests and alpine terrains that this trek has to offer.
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