The autumn season of Ranthan Kharak—a trek in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand—was short but highly successful. Although it started and ended in October, it’s left us with some stunning insights.
“This trek has a brilliant forest section, small stream crossing, charming kharaks (clearings), meadow walks, thrilling climb till Thal tok, the beautiful Balchan kund, and a stunning view of Mt. Nanda Devi. This trek can really beat many treks in Garhwal region,” shares Alveera Ansari, Trek Leader who led the last team of the autumn season.
Trekkers make final summit push to Ranthan Top. Photo by Prathamesh Jickhar
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To top it, trekkers who stepped on this pristine trail prepared well for the trek.
“There were only three teams, but the quality of trekkers who came for this was great. They came with the correct mindset and proper preparation. These are the most ideal trekkers,” shares Debadrita Ghosh, Experience Coordinator for the Ranthan Kharak trek.
This season has shown us that the Ranthan Kharak trek holds great promise. And truly it can beat many treks in Garhwal.