An ancient magical and inspiring Himalayan peak, the Om Parvat trek has a vast collection of mythological stories around it. Rising to an altitude of 6,191m, this peak is also referred to by several other names such as Adi Kailash, Chota Kailash, Baba Kailash, and Jonglingkong. A virgin peak largely because of its religious significance, the most astounding trait of this peak is the miraculous impression of “OM” naturally formed with the deposition of snow against black background of the mountain. Being the only one to be discovered among 8 such natural “OM” formations in the Himalayas, Om Parvat is also part of the Kailash trilogy in the Himalayas which consists of Kailash Manasasarovar (Bada Kailash – Tibet, China), Adi Kailash (Chota Kailash, Om Parvat – Kumaon, Uttarakhand), and Kinnaur Kailash (Himachal Pradesh). Om Parvat Trek in Uttarakhand is a moderately difficult alpine trek, this trail is for the experienced seasoned trekker.
  • Total Duration of the trip: 16 Days
  • Type: Extreme Trekking  Expedition
  • Maximum Elevation: 16000 ft
  • Difficulty level: Moderate to Difficult
  • Starting Point of the Trek: Dharchula Uttarakhand

Per Person Cost


All Inclusive: Accommodation, Meals, Trek Guide, Equipments, Transfers. Excludes. Service Tax of 9% as per updated Government Regulations


Day 1: Kathgodam to Dharchula. (325 km by taxi)

From Kathgodam drive to Darchula, lunch enroute. A beautiful village located in the right bank of Kali River. Arrival at Darchula by evening. Upon arrival check in to hotel. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2: Drive to Mangti then trek to Gala. (2440 MTS) (35 km drive 6 km trek)

Reach Gala by evening. Dinner and overnight stay at Gala in tent.

Day 3: Trek to Budhi (2740 MTS)

In the morning after breakfast set out for another challenging trek. You will find lush green valley, murmurings waterfalls falling like shower. In last couple of hrs we will trek a steep ascent till Budhi Village. Dinner and overnight stay in tents.

Day 4: Trek to Gunji (3500 Mts) 17 Kms trek

In the morning after breakfast start your trek with a steep climb to Chhiyalekh. Today we will also trek through lush green valley and with a numerous of wild flower. Today you can see also a glimpse of Mt. Annapurna and other Himalayan peaks. The trek is full of thrill with its beauty. Arrival at Gungi by evening. Dinner and overnight in tents.

Day 5: Trek to Kalapani

In the morning, start your trek towards Kalapani. Kalapani River is named after the Kali Temple and is dedicated to Goddess Kali and Lord Shiva. The famous Vyas Gufa, where Maharishi Ved Vyas is believed to have stayed, is visible from the temple. Dinner and overnight stay in Kalapani

Day 6: Om Parvat Darshan.

Start trekking towards Om Parvat is a famous mountain in the Himalayan mountain range and considered sacred by Hindus. Its snow disposition outline bears a resemblance to the sacred Hindu word OM . Have Darshan at Om Parvat and return back to Navidhang. Dinner and overnight stay in the tent.

Day 7: Trek to Gunji

You will trek towards Gunji, a small hamlet in the Pithoragarh district in the northern state of Uttarakhand, India. It is located close to the borders of Nepal and Tibet and the confluence of the Kali River and Kuthi River.

Day 8: Trek to Kutti (3600mt) 19kms

Trek from Gunji to Kutti to arrive by evening. Dinner and overnight in tent

Day 9: Trek to Jollingkong

Trek from Kutti to Jollingkong to arrive by evening. Dinner and overnight at Jollingkong.

Day 10: Jollingkong - Adi Kailash Darshan / Parvati Sarovar

Trek from Jollingkong to Adi Kailash. The trek is 4 kilometers in distance and goes through the Darshan of Adi Kailash. Halt at Parvati Sarovar for lunch. Retun back to Jollingkong.

Day 11: Jollingkong - Kutti

Continue trek to Kutti. Arrive by evening. Dinner and overnight in tents.

Day 12: Trek to Gunji /19kms

Trek from Kutti to Gunji to arrive by evening. Dinner and overnight in tent.

Day 13: Trek to Budhi. /17kms

Start your trek from Gunji to Budhi and reach there by evening. The trekking journey from Gunji to Budhi is just 17 kilometers. After reaching the place, there is lunch and overnight stay at tourist rest house in Budhi.

Day 14: Budhi to Gala

The journey from Budhi to Gala is 21 Kms. Arrive in the evening at Gala. Overnight at Gala.

Day 15: Gala – Mangati - Dharchula

A short trek to Mangti then drive to Dharchula. Check in at hotel.

Day 16: Dharchula to Kathgodam

After breakfast drive to Kathgodam. Drop at railway station. Tour ends here….


Question 1- Is this Trek Safe for Amateurs

Some Degree of Fitness is required to Complete this trek. An experience into High Altitude Trekking Expeditions is required and can safely complete this trek with in the designated time.

Question 2- What is the maximum Altitude Covered

The maximum altitude covered during the trek is 16000 ft.

Question 3 -How will we deal with altitude acclimation?At higher altitudes

The kind we experience frequently on our treks- your cardiac and pulmonary systems are affected by lower oxygen density. Our bodies must adjust to the mountain elevation gradually, or we can become ill. Physical symptoms can range from general breathing difficulties all the way to acute mountain sickness (altitude sickness, soroche, or "the bends"). To avoid altitude-related maladies, we pace our treks appropriately and incorporate acclimatization days throughout the itinerary. There are points throughout many treks during which trekkers may choose to either tackle additional hikes/day trips or rest and relax as their bodies demand.

Question 4 -How do I Reach Kathgodam

Kathgodam by Volvo Bus Service, Train and Taxi service from Delhi

Question 5 -How do Foreign Nationals Make the Payment

Prices, Inclusions and Exclusions are different for Foreign and Indian Nationals.Please read the Inclusion and Exclusion thoroughly before making the payment
All Payment solution is available securely by Net banking, International Debit and Credit Cards and Pay pal.

Question 6- What physical criteria will ensure I'm fit enough to trek?

Good overall fitness, flexibility, and healthy will ensure you trek safely and comfortably. Those with acute or chronic health conditions impacting their stamina, range of motion, coordination, or balance may have difficulty completing the trek. If you are in doubt about your own physical readiness, consult a physician well in advance of booking your trip! General hiking experience and comfort with the idea of multi-day hiking will also ensure you are 100% ready to trek!

Question 7- What do I need to know about sun protection?

It may seem counter-intuitive, but your skin is in more danger of sun damage on the mountains than while at the beach! The sun's intensity increases dramatically as we rise in altitude, and fresh snow reflects exponentially more UV rays than does the sand. You will need to protect your skin with clothing and sunblock. A sunblock specifically for mountain conditions is recommended. If you wear prescription eyeglasses its recommend that you get your prescription fitted to sunglasses.

Question 8-What happens if I get sick or injured while trekking?

We take all possible precautions to proactively ensure the safety and wellness of our trekkers, but rest assured that our guides are trained and experienced in dealing with emergencies. Each guide is trained in first aid. In the case of altitude sickness, you will immediately be taken to a lower altitude. If necessary, your guide will rescue you to the nearest Sattelite town.

Question 9-Are solo female travelers safe on Himalayan treks?
We ensure the travel safety of all our trekking guests, both male and female. Indian himalayas, on the whole, is both very safe and welcoming of foreign visitors. We have longstanding, strong relationships with the lodges we frequent, and know them to be safe and reliable. In addition our guides are consistently mindful of all guests' whereabouts while trekking. We travel in small groups, all the better to easily maintain continual contact.

Question 10-What communication options exist while trekking?
What communication options exist while trekking?
It varies. Mobile coverage is expanding around the world rapidly, and the Himalayas are no different… did you know that 3G coverage is available all over Mount Everest? There is no guarantee of uninterrupted coverage.


  • Inclusions for Indian Travellers

  • 1-Accommodation in Hotels on twin sharing basis on Day 1 & Day 15
    2-Accommodation in Camps while on trek on sharing basis.
    3-All Meals while on trek (Veg.)
    4-Inner line Permit to restricted / protected areas of Uttarakhand.
    5- All elements of Trekking & Camping Fees.
    6- Basic first aid kit carried by our tour guide.
    7-Experienced trek Leader, Guide and Support staff to help trekkers during the trek.
    8-Luxury water proof tents, sleeping bags/ Bedding, insulated mattresses, Rucksacks and camping equipment.
    9- All Road Transfers from Kathgodam to Dharchula and Back
    10- All Road Transfers from Dharchula to Trek start point and Trek end point to Dharchula.
    11- Driver allowance, toll charge, state govt. taxes


  • Exclusions for Indian Travellers

  • 1-Any airfare & train fare & Bus Fare apart from mentioned above in inclusion.
    2-Travel & medical insurance.
    3-Any rescue service expenses.
    4-Accompanied paramedic/ doctor.
    5-Any Kind of Drinks (Alcoholic, Mineral, Aerated) Camera fee, soft or hard drinks, starters.
    6-Service Tax of 9 % as per updated regulations
    7-Porter/ Ponies services for Traveler’s personal luggage.
    8-Temples, Monument & Museum Entrance Fees

    Cancellation Policy

    Case 1- Cancellation from Customer's end

    1-Cancellation 60 days or more before departure: 10% deduction by the company Cancellation 59-30 days before departure: 25% of cost of services booked,

    2-Cancellation less than 30 days before departure: 50% of cost of services booked, Cancellation less than 15 days before departure: 100% of cost of services booked.

    3-All notice of cancellation must be sent to our office in written. Verbal cancellations will not be entertained.

    4-Rescheduling for the subsequent yatras due to undue circumstances before 15 days can be considered as the postponement and there will be only 10% of the deduction balance of the amount will be adjusted in the tour component.


    If you fail to join a tour, join it after departure, or leave it prior to its completion, no refund will be made. Unused services for transfers, tours and hotel accommodation are not refundable. It may take more than said time/days. Extra days will be charged on package cost.

    The Company in no way shall be responsible for Flight / Train Miss, Any loss, injury or damage to person or property in connection with the transportation, caused by acts of strikes, pilferage, breakdown of machinery, accidents , Snow fall etc. All Sightseeing depends on Permits, weather & road condition.

    Case 2- Cancellation due to Natural Contingency,Political Turmoil, Disaster

    No Money will be Refunded in Case 2.

    Essentials List

    1 High Quality Winter Jacket
    3 High Quality Winter Fleece
    1 Rain Cover for Body
    2 Pair Warmers
    3 Pair Tre/Riding Pants

    Other Essential

    1 Winter Cap
    1 Pair High QualityGloves
    1 Scarf and Muffler
    1 Trek/Riding Shoe
    1 Think Outer and Thin Inner Socks
    12 Pair: Change Socks Everyday
    1-Back Pack (50-70 lt.)
    1-Rain Cover For Bags
    1-Sandals Slippers for Evenings
    2-Insulated Water bottles
    1- Trekking Pole


    2-Battery packs
    2 10000 MAH BATTERIES
    4-6 Camera Battery pack
    1-Head lamps

    Toilet Essential

    1 Winter Face Creme/Sun Protection
    1 Face Wash
    1 Hand Sanitiser
    1 Deodorant


  • Documentation for Indian Travellers

  • Every Trekker has the responsibility for submitting the required documents within the below mentioned timeline.
    2- A scanned copy of Photo Identity to be submitted within 7 days of the date of booking the expedition.
    3- Signed and scanned copy of the indemnity form
    4- Full Name and Gender of all passenger
    5- Accurate Home address and phone no of all members travelling together.

  • Documents accepted as valid Photo IDs:

  • Valid Passport / Driving License / Voter Card / Pan Card / Photo Id issued by Government / School - College Photo ID

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    What's so great about us!

    Extraordinary, Extreme and Breathtaking Himalayan Expeditions.
    Expert team of certified mountaineering guides.
    High Quality Camping Equipments, Technical Equipments for Climbing and Mountaineering.
    Highly Skilled Bike Leader/Sweeper and Mechanic for Motorbiking Expeditions.
    Huge fleet of Royal Enfield Bikes for Overland Himalayan Motorbiking Expeditions.
    Extensive knowledge of Himalayan Ecosystem and Geographical territory.
    Critical response team well trained for Altitude sickness, High Altitude Acclimatisation Problems and Emergency exits.
    Huge Network of Guesthouses, homestay and Hotels for extraordinary stay.
    Professional team of Film Makers and Photographers for Shoot during Travel.
    High Quality Goodies for Each traveller.