Trek to Om Mountain
Adi Kailash and Om Parvat Yatra
June to October
₹ 28999 + 5% GST
“Not all those who wander are lost.”
Adi Kailash Om Parvat Yatra 2023
₹ 28999 + 5% GST
Kathgodam to Kathgodam
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The Adi Kailash Om Parvat Yatra is a spiritual trek in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is a challenging trek that takes you to the sacred mountain of Adi Kailash, also known as Chhota Kailash, and the Om Parvat, which is believed to have the sacred symbol of "Om" naturally formed on its rock face.
The trek starts from the town of Dharchula and takes you through picturesque villages, forests, and rivers. The trail passes through some of the most remote and unexplored regions of the Himalayas, and the natural beauty of the region is awe-inspiring.
The Adi Kailash mountain is considered to be one of the five Kailash mountains and is believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva. It is considered to be a sacred site by Hindus, Jains, and Buddhists. The Om Parvat, on the other hand, is revered by Hindus and is believed to be the place where Lord Shiva revealed the secret of the universe to Goddess Parvati.
The trek to Adi Kailash and Om Parvat is physically challenging and requires a good level of fitness. The trail involves steep ascents and descents, river crossings, and camping in remote areas. However, the spiritual and natural beauty of the region makes the trek worth the effort.
The best time to undertake the Adi Kailash Om Parvat Yatra is from June to September when the weather is favorable for trekking. It is advisable to undertake the trek with a licensed trekking company that provides experienced guides and porters, as the region is remote and difficult to navigate.
In conclusion, the Adi Kailash Om Parvat Yatra is a unique spiritual trek that offers an opportunity to explore the unexplored regions of the Himalayas and connect with nature and spirituality. It requires physical fitness, mental strength, and a spirit of adventure, but the experience is one that will stay with you for a lifetime.
Adi Kailash Om Parvat Yatra 2023
Adi Kailash Om Parvat Yatra usually takes place from June to September, which is the best time to undertake the trek when the weather is favorable.
To undertake the Adi Kailash Om Parvat Yatra in 2023, you will need to plan your trek in advance and make the necessary arrangements. It is advisable to undertake the trek with a licensed trekking company like Walking The Himalayas which provides experienced guides and porters, as the region is remote and difficult to navigate.
You will also need to obtain the required permits and permissions from the local authorities to undertake the trek and we will do it for you. It is recommended to check with the authorities for any updates or changes in the rules and regulations regarding the trek.
In addition, you will need to prepare physically and mentally for the trek, as it is a challenging trek that involves steep ascents and descents, river crossings, and camping in remote areas.
Adi Kailash Om Parvat Yatra Itinerary
Day 1: Kathgodam to Dharchula
Early Morning 5:00 -6:30 from Kathgodam and Bus Station The group of passengers will be picked up, and the first day of the journey will be started, the passengers will be taken to Almora for the visit of Jageshwar Dham temple on the first day, so that the passengers will start their journey with blessings in the temple, and again their stop further. Dharchula will leave for the first day, During the journey, there are many old temples on the way, they will go ahead giving the darshan of all the temples to the passengers, due to which the passengers will get positive energy after darshan. Night stay will be at Dharchula Hotels where there is proper arrangement for food and cleanliness. Dinner will remain at Dharchula Hotels, and the food will be pure vegetarian throughout the journey, sweets will be given to the passengers after or during the meal so that the first night of the journey will start with sweetness at mealtime.
Day 2: Dharchula – Gunji (3-4 Hrs drive/ 85 km)
After breakfast, drive to Gunji (approx. 85 km) which takes about 3-4 hours. The road passes through scenic landscapes, small villages, and the confluence of the Kali and Gori Rivers at Jauljibi. Gunji is a small village located at an altitude of 3,200 meters and serves as the base camp for the trek to Adi Kailash. Rest for the night and acclimatize to the altitude.
You will arrive at Gunji by noon.
Altitude: 3048 m
Day 3: Gunji to Kuti via Kalapani and Navidhang
After breakfast, drive from Gunji to Kuti via Kalapani and Navidhang. The road passes through scenic landscapes, and small villages, and offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas. Kalapani is believed to be the winter abode of Lord Shiva, and Navidhang is believed to be the place where the Pandavas from the Hindu epic Mahabharata spent a part of their exile. Kuti is located at the Indo-Tibetan border and serves as the base camp for the trek to Adi Kailash. The drive takes about 4-5 hours to complete and covers a distance of around 75 km. Overnight stay in tents at Kuti.
(Om Parvat Darshan is subjected to Government Permissions)
Altitude: 3700 m
Day 4: Kuti – Jollingkong (1 Hrs approx / 35 Kms)
After breakfast, start the journey towards Jollingkong, which is located at an altitude of 4,800 meters. The trail passes through scenic landscapes, rocky terrain, and small streams. Jollingkong is also known as the Adi Kailash Peak, which is believed to be the abode of Lord Shiva. The drive takes about 1-2 hours to complete.
Overnight stay in tents at Jollingkong.
You will go to Jollingkong in the evening.
Drive: 1 hour / 35 km
Altitude: 4572 m
Day 5: Jollingkong–Kuti 14 KMs / 1 Hrs)
Spend the day exploring the beautiful surroundings of Jollingkong. Today you will visit the Adi Kailash peak, which is considered the abode of Lord Shiva and is also known as the "om parvat" due to the naturally formed "om" symbol on its peak. You can also visit the nearby Kuber Kund, a natural lake believed to be the abode of Lord Kuber, the God of wealth. Spend the day soaking in the beauty of the place and relaxing. After Adi Kailash darshan you can visit the Parvati temple. Parvati temple is a trek of 2.5 Km from our campsite.
At Parvati Kund, you will the mesmerizing reflecting image of Mt Adi Kailash. You can perform your Puja in Lord Shiva & Parvati Temple.
By the evening you must return back to Kuti.
Drive: 1 hour / 14 km
Altitude: 3700 m
Day 6: Kuti – Dharchula(100 KMs / 3 Hrs)
After breakfast, drive back to Dharchula and proceed towards your onward journey. The journey takes around 3-4 hours, passing through scenic landscapes and small villages.
Drive: 100 km
Altitude: 915 m
Day 7: Dharchula - Kathgodam
On this day, passengers will be taken from Dharchula to Haldwani Kathgodam after breakfast. And on the last day of the journey, the travelers will complete their journey very happily. And by saying goodbye to the passengers, your journey will be completed.
Included in the package
Transportation from Haldwani to Haldwani
(Tempo traveller, Mahindra Bolero, Swift dzire, Ertiga, Innova as per group size)
Stay in Neat and clean rooms
Pure veg food (7 Dinner, 8 breakfast, 4 Lunch, Morning evening Tea)
Oxygen cylinder during Adi Kailash, Om Parvat yatra.
Not included in the package
Any fare before reception & after departure.
Any Kind of Personal Expenses or Optional Tours / Extra Meals Ordered
Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Prices included”.
Tips, Insurance, Laundry, and Internet services, Phone Calls etc.
Any Kind of Drinks (Alcoholic, Mineral, Aerated) Camera fee, soft or hard drinks, starters.
Porter/ Ponies services for Traveller’s personal use.
Temples, Monument & Museum Entrance Fees
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