Nanda Devi Sanctuary Trek Covered: Delhi – Pithoragarh – Munsyari – Lilam – Rilkot – Martoli – Shiama Kharak – Bhital Gaur.
At the very top corners of the Kumaon Himalayas’ most northernmost frontiers, at their most elevated points. The Johar Valley is one of those that is visited by a relatively small number of tourists even in modern times. This is because the Johar Valley is located in a remote area. Those individuals, on the other hand, who possess a genuine affection for the Himalayas are the ones who have the greatest interest in visiting these locations.
When it comes to Nanda Devi, there is no need for any kind of introduction to be provided. Books and other types of print media like publications and books are the only places where one can find information. They provide good information about this particular region of the Himalayas. This is due to the fact that the sanctuary is not currently accessible to members of the general public. On the other hand, as of late, as a result of the relaxation of the requirements for an inner line permit. It is now possible to walk all the way up to the Nanda Devi base camp. We walk to Nanda Devi base camp from Munsiyari via the Johar Valley. This was previously not possible. When I first started, this wasn’t an option.