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Phulara Ridge trek

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₹ 9,500

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Uttarakhand

6 days

Easy To Moderate

30 km

April to November

12106 ft.

Phulara Ridge trek

+5% GST

₹ 9500

Stay

Taxi

Meals

Guide

Camping

Uttarakhand

6 days

Easy To Moderate

30 km

April to November

12106 ft.

About Phulara Ridge

Phulara Ridge Trek is considered a chain of mountains that gives you a unique trek experience. The Phulara ridge trek top is known for offering amazing and stunning panoramic views of elevated mountains. One of the best things about this trek is that you will get magnificent views of mountains throughout your trekking journey. 

The attention-grabbing pastures of Pushtara are the main highlights of Phulara Ridge Trek. It is one of the treks that is perfect for both beginners and experienced trekkers who wish to explore the unparalleled beauty of the Sankri range.  

Throughout the year, Phulara Ridge is covered with greenery as well as beautiful flowers such as Fankamal and Brahmakamal, giving you an eye-catching view of nature. The best time to go for the Phulara Ridge trek is April-June and September to December. 

During the trek, you will see that a 250-degree panorama of snow-covered mountains stays with you and looks like they are trekking with you. The trails during the Phulara Ridge Trek will take you through quaint places with awe-inspiring views. So get ready to experience the Phulara Ridge trek which will be the most unique trek of your life

 

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FAQs

The Phulara Ridge Trek is an enchanting trekking route in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, offering panoramic views of the Himalayas, lush green meadows, and pristine forests along the ridge line.

The Phulara Ridge Trek typically spans around 5-6 days, covering a distance of approximately 26 kilometers round trip, depending on the chosen itinerary and pace of the trek.

The highest point reached during the Phulara Ridge Trek is the Phulara Ridge itself, which sits at an altitude of approximately 3,765 meters (12,350 feet) above sea level, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks.

The best time to embark on the Phulara Ridge Trek is typically from April to June and September to November, avoiding the monsoon season when the region experiences heavy rainfall and the trails may be slippery.

Yes permits are required for the Phulara Ridge Trek, as it does pass through protected areas or restricted zones. However, trekkers are advised to check local regulations and guidelines before starting the trek.

Challenges during the Phulara Ridge Trek include steep ascents and descents, navigating through dense forests and uneven terrain, and adapting to high-altitude conditions. Trekkers should be prepared physically and mentally to tackle these challenges.

While prior trekking experience is not mandatory, it is recommended to have a moderate level of fitness and some experience trekking in the Himalayas to fully enjoy and safely complete the Phulara Ridge Trek.

Yes, the Phulara Ridge Trek passes through several remote villages inhabited by indigenous Himalayan communities, offering opportunities to experience the local culture, traditions, and hospitality.

Essential items to pack for the Phulara Ridge Trek include appropriate clothing for varying weather conditions, sturdy trekking boots, sleeping bag, trekking poles, water bottle, first aid kit, sunscreen, and personal medications. Additionally, carrying high-energy snacks and a headlamp or flashlight is advisable.

The pickup point for the Phulara Ridge trek is in Dehradun, while the trek officially begins from Sankri village.

Transportation is provided from Dehradun to Sankri village as part of the trek package. The journey typically takes 8 to 10 hours by road. Alternatively, you can drive to Sankri village on your own.

Phulara Ridge Trek (Detailed Itinerary)

Drive 198km/8-9 hrs

Sankri is 198kms from Dehradun so we will start early so that in the evening we can reach Sankri. In the route, you will get the opportunity to have eye-catchy views of Mori Naitwar, Nainbagh, Jarmola & Naugaon along with stunning sights of nature. Sankri is a beautiful village that offers perfect sights of the sunset behind the Himalayas. 

After having breakfast, we will start our trek to Sikolta and go through a lovely pine forest. During the trek, you are going to find beautiful purple lilies as well as yellow marsh marigold blooming. After a few hours of trekking, you can have an alluring sight of snow-covered mountains. Your dinner and night stay will be scheduled in tents at Sikolta. 

Today the trek gradient is going to easy-moderate. You will go through a dark and dense forest which will give you an exciting experience. After you cross Larsu Thatch, you can have the vistas of stunning Kedarkantha peak which is worth capturing. Don’t forget to experience the sunset and sunrise because it is one of the most beautiful scenes from your campsite that you cannot afford to miss. 

On day 4, after having breakfast, we will start our trek to Pushtara meadows via Phulara Ridge. Since there will be no water source between the trek so carry your water bottle. During the trek, you can explore several Himalayan Monals. The scene from the ridge is outstanding and you can also see eye-catchy views of Hanuman Top, Bandarpoonch, and Swargarohini. After reaching the Pushtara meadows, you will be stunned by its vastness.

It will be the last day of your trek so do not forget to experience the last breathtaking sunrise of mountains. We will trek back to Taluka where you will find broken huts of Gujjar. During the trek, we will go through a dense pine forest. After reaching Taluka we will drive back to Sankri, marking the end of a tremendous trekking journey. 

Have your breakfast and get ready to drive back to Dehradun from Sankri. By the evening, we will reach Dehradun.

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POLICY

Booking Confirmation Policy

• The customer receives a Booking confirmation receipt immediately via Email and WhatsApp of a successful booking.

Cancellation policy

In the event you cancel your trek, cancellation policy we follow :

• Cancellation 20 days before the starting date of the trek – Refund with 10% cancellation charges.

FAQs

The Phulara Ridge Trek is an enchanting trekking route in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, offering panoramic views of the Himalayas, lush green meadows, and pristine forests along the ridge line.

The Phulara Ridge Trek typically spans around 5-6 days, covering a distance of approximately 26 kilometers round trip, depending on the chosen itinerary and pace of the trek.

The highest point reached during the Phulara Ridge Trek is the Phulara Ridge itself, which sits at an altitude of approximately 3,765 meters (12,350 feet) above sea level, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks.

The best time to embark on the Phulara Ridge Trek is typically from April to June and September to November, avoiding the monsoon season when the region experiences heavy rainfall and the trails may be slippery.

Yes permits are required for the Phulara Ridge Trek, as it does pass through protected areas or restricted zones. However, trekkers are advised to check local regulations and guidelines before starting the trek.

Challenges during the Phulara Ridge Trek include steep ascents and descents, navigating through dense forests and uneven terrain, and adapting to high-altitude conditions. Trekkers should be prepared physically and mentally to tackle these challenges.

While prior trekking experience is not mandatory, it is recommended to have a moderate level of fitness and some experience trekking in the Himalayas to fully enjoy and safely complete the Phulara Ridge Trek.

Yes, the Phulara Ridge Trek passes through several remote villages inhabited by indigenous Himalayan communities, offering opportunities to experience the local culture, traditions, and hospitality.

Essential items to pack for the Phulara Ridge Trek include appropriate clothing for varying weather conditions, sturdy trekking boots, sleeping bag, trekking poles, water bottle, first aid kit, sunscreen, and personal medications. Additionally, carrying high-energy snacks and a headlamp or flashlight is advisable.

The pickup point for the Phulara Ridge trek is in Dehradun, while the trek officially begins from Sankri village.

Transportation is provided from Dehradun to Sankri village as part of the trek package. The journey typically takes 8 to 10 hours by road. Alternatively, you can drive to Sankri village on your own.

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