Kalindi Khal Trek is an outstanding challenging trek connecting Gangotri and Badrinath, which comes under the Garhwal Himalayas. Kalindi Khal Trek Expedition is every adventurer's inspiration and on the bucket list.
It is surrounded by cracked ice fields, rough glaciers, and rocks, and we also need mountaineering equipment like ropes and ice axes. The Kalindi Khal trek is located halfway from Bhagirathi valley of Garhwal to Alankananda valley. While doing this trek, you can see the highest range of the Himalayas, which gives a view of the beautiful peaks.
Some of the peaks worth mentioning are Mt. Meru (6,630 meters), Mt. Shivaling (6,543 meters), Mt. Bhagirathi Group (6,512 meters), and Mt. Neelkanth (6,506 meters). For this trek, one requires tremendous experience.
The Kalindi Khal Trek is one of the most challenging treks in India at an altitude of around 5,950 meters. The Gangotri glacier is always moving and breaking. This trek ends in a small village called Mana near Badrinath. If you are looking for a trek full of challenge, then you can choose this trek.
Kalindi Khal Trek Best Time
The best season for this trek is from July to September.
Maximum Altitude: 5950 M
Difficulty Level: Very Difficult and challenging
- Gomukh Gangotri Glacier
- Spectacular View Alpine Meadow of Tapovan
- View of Gangotri Gomukh - Source of Ganga
- Bhagirathi Glacier at an altitude of (4330)
- Gangotri Glacier
- Badrinath Shrine
- Vasuki Tal Mountain Lake
- Trek Highest Point (5950 M)