The Bhyundar Khal trek is a great trek to be explored by any Himalayan adventure seeker. Retracing the steps of Sir Frank Smythe on his Mt Kamet expedition, the trek initially reaches the popular Valley of Flowers. The trail climbs up steadily and takes one to the remote valley of the Tipra. We encounter ice, snow, moraines, rivers, streams, meadows and amazing mountain scenery.
One has to negotiate the moraines of the Gauri glacier, Rataban Glacier and Tipra Glacier. Fundamental knowledge of mountaineering is a must for this trek. At certain places rope has to be fixed to cross deep crevasses. The top of the Pass offers close and glorious views of Nilkantha, Hathi, Nilgiri and Rataban peaks. The trek route diverges from the Gupt Khal trek route and goes down straight to exit in the village of Ghamsali.
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