Kuari Pass is a beautiful pass or a doorway perched at an elevation of 4,264m above sea level. The pass is also called as Lord Curzon trail because it was first passed by the British viceroy of India Lord Curzon in 1905.

The trek is a rejuvenation of adventure and thrill when you set your foot on the unexplored terrains of Uttarakhand. With freezing cold winds and ankle-deep snow, this winter Kuari Pass adventure is all you want.

The 6-day long trek is considered as an easier one. Experience trekking in the winter season by doing this alpine expedition in the Himalayas. The trek starts from Dehradun and further leads to Joshimath. From there, a long drive will take you to the basecamp of the trek Dhak village. After covering the higher stretches, Kuari Pass gives a chance to explore the unexplored zones of the Garhwal region.

The trek is a perfect option for the people who want to run from the busy life of urban areas and finding a place to calm down their mind & soothe their soul.

Kuari Pass trek will take you through the thick forests of oaks, pines, fir, rhododendrons, & birch, an exotic variety of flora & fauna, lush meadows, with the snow-capped Himalayas. The snow trail has steep ascends or descends, tricky, and narrow paths that will surely test your endurance level. And the flowing gushing streams, amazing places & people, with great scenic color-changing landscapes of nature, Kuari Pass is truly a paradise for snow and nature lovers.

Kuari Top offers majestic views of the Himalayan peaks, which are perched at an elevation of 6000m to 7000m. The Trishul, Kamet, Kedarnath, Gauri Parbat, Changbang, Hathi Parbat, Badrinath, Mana, Neelkanth, Dunagiri, Rishikot, Nanda Devi and its twin Nanda Devi East. The best part of the trek is it will amaze you in each and every turn you take on the trail.