The Bagini glacier runs down northward from the Trishuli and Changbang peaks, which border the North West rim of the Nanda Devi sanctuary. The melt waters of the Bagini runs westward, where it marries the Dronagiri glacier waters coming down from the Purbi Dronagiri ridge. Further west they are joined by the Lampak stream and they finally flow into the Dhauli Ganga, just north of Jumma village. Cuddled into stunning heights, this trail allures with captivating grassy stretched canvassed with vibrant wild flowers, crystal clear glacial streams, sights of frosty summits, adventurous rocks and boulder ridden paths and scenic hamlets, nestled within the captivating mountains.
The trek begins at the Jumna village. As the region is very close to Tibet, diverse culture can be found there. The first welcome one gets here is from the fierce winds of the Tibetan Plateau. The first stretch of the trek, to Ruing village, the first campsite, is a gentle ascent through charming conifers with the backdrop of frosty peaks. This trail takes you through numerous ascents and descents through meadows and rocky terrains, intersected with brooks and moraines with only cairns to guide the path. This trek also gives the trekkers the chance to visit the base camp of the mighty Changbang peak. With views of the intriguing Changbang, Kalanka ,Trishuli, Dronagiri, Hathi and Ghora peaks, this trail is a compulsion for adventure lovers.
Day 1 : Haridwar to Joshimath.
Day 2 : Joshimath to Jumma & trek to ruin village
Day 3 : Ruing Village to Dronagiri Village
Day 4 : Dronagri village to Langatoli
Day 5 : Langatoli to Bagini Base camp
Day 6 : Base camp to Bagini Glacier,Changbang Base Camp and Back to Bagini Base camp.
Day 7 : Bagini Base Camp to Dronagri village
Day 8 : Dronagri village to Joshimath.
Day 9 : Joshimath to Haridwar.
• Transport from Haridwar to Haridwar.
• All necessary permits
• Accommodation (trekkers hut, Home stay, camps, Tents) with sleeping bag and sleeping mat
• Food while on trek (Veg.+Non Veg)
• Trek Leader, Guide and Support staff.
• First Aid.
• Entry fees
• Food during the transit.
• Any kind of personal expenses.
• Personal equipments : axe, trekking pole, crampon,
• Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
• Anything not specifically mentioned.
1. Backpack (45-55 L) with sturdy straps and supporting frame.
2. Knap pack (20L) optional
3. Trekking shoes – no sports shoes. (With Rubber Sole, high ankle)
4. 3 trek pants
5. 4 tees with collar
6. Full sleeves sweater (not too thick).
7. A full sleeves fleece jacket.
8. A full sleeve thick jacket or something similar.
9. 1 pair of thermal inners (optional)
10. Sports socks.
11. Woolen monkey cap
12. Wind cheater Or a light rain coat/poncho.
13. Woolen hand gloves + synthetic glove (water proof).
14. Sun glasses (polarized or UV protected)
16. Cold cream & sun screen lotion (SPF 40+).
17. Lip balm.
18. Carry 2 Water bottles (1 L each).
19. Personal toilet kit and toilet papers
20. Personal medicine kit
a. Coca 30 – 30 ml
b. Crocin – 6 tablets
c. Avomine – 4 tablets
d. Avil 25mg – 4 tablets
e. Combiflam – 4 tablets
f. Disprin – 6 tablets
g. Norflox TZ– 6 tablets
h. Crepe bandage – 3 to 5 meters
i.Band aid – 10 strips
j. Eno – 6 Satches
k. Cotton – 1 small roll
l. ORS – 5 packets
m. Betadine or any antiseptic cream
n. Volini Spray(small)
21. Small repair kit consisting of safety pins, needle, thread and string
22. LED Torch with 2 extra set of cells.
23. Camera, memory-cards, batteries etc (carry enough spare batteries. Electricity is not available on the slopes or at the base camp)
24. While packing, use plastic bags to compartmentalize things and carry few extra plastic bags.
25. Trekking pole/Stick is mandatory.
26. Carry lots of dry fruits, chocolates combinations as snacks. Chewing gums
27. Travel coffee mug n plate
28. Soap Strip
29. One Candle , lighter