Phulara Ridge in Autumn: A Photostory

Our trekkers went on the very first batches of Phulara Ridge post the COVID-19 lockdown and they cannot stop talking about it! Here is the Phulara Ridge Photostory which takes you through the trek in its best season, which is Autumn.

Sankri - Base camp - Indiahikes
The action starts here. Sankri, a quaint village is your base camp for the Phulara Ridge trek. Picture by Atish Banerjee
Phulara Ridge - Juda Ka Talab - Indiahikes
Juda Ka Talab campsite on Day 2 of your trek is the picture-perfect setting you can ask for on any of the treks. Picture by Ratan Sudheer
Juda Ka Talab - Indiahikes
Here is a closer look at Juda Ka Talab, your first campsite on the Phulara Ridge trek. Picture by Milind Anand
Pushtara Meadows - Indiahikes
As the long walk on the ridge ends, the camp is set on Pushtara meadows — one of the prettiest meadows on a Himalayan trek. Picture by Milind Anand
Mt Swargarohini - Phulara Ridge - Indiahikes
As you end your trek on Day 3 and arrive at the Bhoj Gadi campsite, the Swargarohini Peak captures your eyes. Not all campsites offer this brilliant view, except on the Phulara Ridge trek. Picture by Rajorshi Chatterjee
View from the Phulara Ridge - Indiahikes
Rarely do you get to see the view where the sun sets behind one majestic peak and the moon rises behind the other, both in the same frame! Picture by Sruthi Sekar
Near the ridge - Phulara Ridge - Indiahikes
As you start your trek from Bhoj Gadi, prepare yourselves for the grand views that await on the ridge. The photo is taken just before the start of the ridge. Picture by Abdul Raoof
Views from the Ridge - Indiahikes
The ridge lay ahead the views you were eagerly waiting for on this trek. Picture by Payal Morankar
On the Phulara Ridge - Indiahikes
As you walk on the ridge for almost 5 hours on Day 4 of your trek, you are in for a treat. You will get to see many towering peaks all around you. Picture by Ravi Ranjan.

If you have gone on the Phulara Ridge trek and would like to share your photos too, drop an email to [email protected] And, if you’d like to share your experience of the Phulara Ridge trek, do let us know in the comments section below.

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