Why Phulara Ridge stands out Amongst all treks the strongest –
Trekking in the Pulara Mountains is one of the lesser explored gems of the Himalayas, hidden in the vast landscape of the Sankri range. It is a neighbour to the famous Kedarkantha trek and a great destination for all trekking enthusiasts looking for something new. Ridges usually appear as part of many high altitude hikes in the Himalayas, but here they are a show stopper. Imagine a skywalk from above, with views of massive glaciers and peaks on either side. Few mountain ranges are as spectacular as the Fulara Mountains. Like a miniature version of the Great Wall of China, the Fulara Mountains pass through various valleys and grasslands of Uttarakhand. During the tour, you can spend more than 4 hours on this heavenly road, but walking is timeless and timeless. This Himalayan shelter is located at an altitude of 3700 m in Sankri, Uttarakhand. Combining culture, nature and adventure, the 5-day trek is suitable for both beginners and experts looking for a unique experience. The five-day Fulara Trail takes you through lush meadows and lush forests, offering a mystical atmosphere, vast grasslands and panoramic views. The taste here will remind you of Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book. The highlight of this trek is the breathtaking ridge and breathtaking views of Swargarohini (6,252 m) and Kala Nag (6,387 m) peaks. So far, no one has climbed Swargarohini, one of the sacred peaks of Uttarakhand. On the other hand, Kalanag, also known as Black Peak, is a famous peak in the category of technological exploration. Besides ridges and peaks, trekking in oak and pine trees, sunsets at campsites, spotting wild flowers, passing picturesque Taluka villages and relaxing in vast meadows are other highlights of this trip. The best time to do this trip is summer from May to June or winter from September to October. On the Bicat rating scale, this hike belongs to Level 2 – Easy. However, climbing high and pulling long distances requires an adequate level of fitness and a good knowledge of the equipment. The Fulara Ridge Trail consists of challenging climbs and long runs. You cannot enjoy the tour without sufficient leg strength and lung capacity.
Whether you’re an avid trekker looking for new territory or just starting your journey into the world of trekking, the Fulara Mountains are an itinerary worth considering. Scroll down for directions, photos, blogs and more.
The best time to visit the Fulara Mountains
The best time to do this trip to the Fulara Mountains is in summer, between June and May. The trail’s gradual change from snow to green is appealing. Blooming rhododendrons, unique alpenglow phenomenon and colorful meadows of Pushtara combine to make it one of the best trekking opportunities. Another time to cover the Phulara range is during the monsoon season. Phular Ridge Trek is a monsoon holiday season that lasts from September to November. In September, the roads are green, renovated by the rainy season. As fall approaches, the landscape changes color, turning into stunning oranges and yellows. It also offers some of the best mountain views this time of year.
Day 1: Drive to Sankari, about 8-10 hours drive from Dehradun. Transport is provided by Trekup India and departs at 6:30 AM from Hotel Grand, Gandhi Road, 2 km walk from Dehradun Railway Station in Dehradun. Cost – Rs. 6,000 USD per 5-6 seater, Tempo Traveller Rs. 9000 per way per 10-12 seater vehicle which is equally shared for group travel. Elevation: 6,397 feet (1,950 m)
Duration: Kot Gaon is a camp that is part of Kot Gaon. It can be reached in 8-10 minutes from Dehradun. At 6:30 AM, a transfer will be provided from Haridwar Railway Station in Dehradun.
Day 2: Sankari (6397 ft) to Sikolta (9300 ft) 5 hrs Altitude 6397 ft (1950 m) to 9300 ft (2835 m) Duration: 5 hrs Trek: Moderate. The road goes up. Suwon: Small stream near the bridge, about 3.5-4 hours on foot 3 days: Sikolta (9,300 ft) to Bhoj Gadi (11,155 ft); 4 hours 4 days: Bhoj Gadi (11,155 ft) to Pushtara (9,500 ft) via Phulara Range (12,127 ft); 6 hours 5 days: Pushtara (9500 feet) to Taluca (7953 feet); 5 hours. Sankari Day 6: Departure from Sankari at 07:00. Return Time – Dehradun 6:00 PM.
Transport from TrekupIndia to Dehradun. A 7 seater taxi costs Rs 500. 6000 and Rs. 9000 for a 10-12 seater vehicle one way, to be shared equally between the tractors.