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Brahmatal Trek

Brahmatal Trek - Brahmatal Lake and trekking destination in the Garhwal Himalayas, mountain ranges located in the state of Uttarakhand,India. Height 3734 Meters (12250ft) ASL it had become a good trekking spot because of its proximity to plains as well as breathtaking panoramic view of the Himalayas with of Mt Trisul and Mt Nanda Gunti, Mt Behartoli, Mt Mrigthuni, Mt Maiktoli, Mt Tharkot, Mt Bhanoti. According to Hindu belief, lord Brahma (the Creator) had meditated beside this lake and hence it got its name as Brahmatal Lake or Brahma's lake. The Brahmatal trek takes one through beautiful valleys, hushed hamlets, streams, and conifers, and oak forests. In winter, the region is covered in a sheath of snow and offered an unparalleled Himalayan view.

 

 Trek Basic Information

Trek Duration : 6 Days/5 Nights (Meeting Point Delhi Previous night of trek / Kathgodam morning day of trek)
Trek Dates : March - 15-20
Trek Level : Easy- Moderate
Trek Region : Uttarakhand
Trek Height : 3734 Mtr (12,250 feet ASL )
Type : Hill Trek - High Altitude Trek
Best Time to Visit : Throughout the year from January - December you can visit (Except Mid june-Sept due to rain)
Upcoming Trek Dates :

December:
January:

February:

March: 8-13 ( Available) | 15-20 ( Available) | 22-27 ( Available) | 29-03 April ( Available)

Motto : Safety, Trek, Teamwork, Adventure, Enjoyment, Exploration and Conservation
Note : As less options of flight/Train and timing in dehradun. We have planned convenient travel option from delhi. If any one want join directly from dehradun plan your journey day 0

 Trek cost

Plan   Members       Non _ Members

TREK COST
(From Kathgodam)
  Rs.8999/-*       Rs.9499/-*

TREK COST
(From Delhi)
  Rs.10249/-*       Rs.10749-*

 Package Inclusive*

mmi_car Pickup Drop Kathgodam station (KGM)/ Delhi station
Tea and Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Hot Water All days from Day 1 Breakfast to Day 6 Breakfast
Accommodation Home stay/ TENTS place in camping
All trekking permits, forest Entry fees and permit, camping charges, Guide charges & STAFF
Medical Safety equipment - First aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders etc. and other safety equipment etc.
Expertise of an Trek leaders - All our trek leaders are qualified in Adventure / Basic / Advanced mountaineering courses.
Expertise of an Support Team - Well trained Trek coordinators, guides, cooks, helpers
   
   
 Package Exclusive*

mmi_car All personal expenses and Perosnal food expenses
Any kind of insurance coverage
Any Increase in government Fees, Forest fees
Train/ flight charges
Backpack offloading/Porter charges aplicable if need for full trek. The backpack cannot weight more than 7-9 kg and Suitcases/strolleys will not be allowed. We Avoide last minute offloading.
Anything apart from inclusions
   
   
   

 Itinerary For The Tour

Day 0 Start form Train to Kathgodam from Delhi

Day 1 Kathgodam to Lohajung ( 9 hrs drive ):Pickup from Kathgodam Station drive to Lohajung . Altitude 7,662 ft. Drive 225 km 8-9 hrs drive to reach Lohajung

Day2

Lohajung to Bekaltal (6 km/4-5 hours) Altitude 10,440 ft


Day 3 Bekaltal to Brahmatal (7 km/ 3-4 hours)

Day 4 Brahmatal to Brahmatal Top and Back

Day 5 Brahmatal to Lohajung(9 km/ 6-7 hours)

Day 6 Lohajung to Kathgodam(215 km/9 hours)


 Things To Carry

Sandakphu  is a high altitude trek. The trekking gear you need is different from other regular treks.
  1. Trekking Shoes - Good shoes with sturdy, good grip, ankle support and can handle land and snow

  2. Backpack - Need 50-60 litre backpack. Make sure your backpack has good hip support, shoulder support and quick access pockets. One 20litre day backpack if you offloading your main backpack. We do not encourage offloading your backpack make backpack light wight so u carry while trekking.

  3. Clothes - Weather changes in the mountains every hours need wearing in layers give you maximum protection and easy to takeoff or put on layers as required. T-shirts -3 Collared Dry-fit T-shirts quickly dry your sweat, easy to wash, in rainy days they dry quicker. Round neck T-shirts are ok, but we suggest collared ones are better. 2 Nomal T- Shirt which can weared in night while sleeping. Trek pants - Two pairs of trek pants for trekking and one for night sleeping Winter: During Dec to Feb Thermal pair

  4. Insulation layers - Thermal top, Full-sleeve light sweater, Wind Proof and cold Proof Jacket that keeps the wind and cold out. Avoide heavy sweater. Winter: During Dec to Feb Thermal pair

  5. Sunglasses - UV protection sunglasses to prevent snow blindness. Especially during end Dec to Jan expect to walk on long stretches and overexposure to direct sunlight on snow

  6. Suncap, Woollen cap or Balaclava - . Any Sun caps with flaps to avoide headaches, sun strokes, quick dehydration. Mountains, the general rule is to keep your head, hand and feet covered at all times Woollen cap or Balaclava- During Early mornings, late evenings, a cold trekking you must use your woollen cap.

  7. Hand gloves - Normal gloves enough except during Dec to Jan you are going to be handling snow quite a bit your need Woollen or Synthetic hand gloves (synthetic hand gloves that have waterproofing on the outside and a padded lining on the inside) to keep you warm

  8. Socks (3-4 pairs) - Two sports socks, Two woollen socks

  9. Headlamp & Tourch - Headlamp helps leaves your hands free to do other activities and a small handheld torch need when your free time walk around its backup for your headlamp and extra batteries.

  10. Trekking poles - Its very much helpful while trekking high alltitute treks

  11. Rainwear/ ponchos - Carry a light weight poncho or a rain jacket to protect yourself from downpour and one backpack cover
  12. Daypack - Daypack is mandatory if your offloading your main backpack.

  13. Toilet kit - You will not be able to have a bath on the trek. so carry just the basics Essential like toothbrush, toothpaste, small soap, oil, toilet tissue roll, small moisturiser, lip balm and roll-on deodorant.

  14. Cutlery - Stainless steel cutlery and Plate

  15. Water Bottel - Keep Two 1 litre bottles or a 2 litre hydration pack while treking it must

  16. Plastic covers - Keep your used cloths and wet clothes

  17. Basic Medicin - Bring basic Personal medicin as required as u use regular (Note: We keep all medical kits required for the trek and medical emergency)

  Registration and other imporatant Details

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Advance booking mandatory for hassle free travel and seats


2 Kindly Fill Registration Form with all details (Online Himalayan Trek Registration Form)

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Once form received we check and confirm you then u can make payment either bank deposit or online bank transfer bank details given below seats will confirm only after payment


4 Cost in INR valid for Indian Nationals and for Foreigner's Trekker/Tourist please call/mail us for cost & booking. *The cost for per person

5 *The Cost may change if any change in Govt fees/park fees.

6 Disclaimer certificate Download Disclaimer form signed and submit when you reach meeting point

7 Medical certificate Download Medical Form keep signed and submit when you reach meeting point without this your will get permission to do trek fr om forest department and My Mera India

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 Terms & Conditions

1

Registration will be on ‘FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS’ only. We Have limitation of seats


2 My Mera India reserves the right to change/modify or terminate the offer any time at its own discretion and without any prior notice.

3

Kindly obey / follow the Trek/Team leader instructions

4

Always respect local and people their knowledge their culture, during chit chat, during stay, about the routes during the trek/expedition.


5 Print and leave a copy of this mail at home, with a friend or relative or inform about the event in case of Emergency.

6 If your friends/relatives coming with you on the trek please do inform them about the trek Rules above. We all are going for an adventurous and interesting trekking expedition, please Do Not misinterpret it as a PICNIC or LEISURE TOUR, There will be ample of enjoyment but not at the cost of discipline.

7 We all are going for an adventurous/expedition and interesting trekking /expedition, please Do Not misinterpret it as a PICNIC or LEISURE TOUR, There will be ample of enjoyment but not at the cost of discipline.

8 Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Trekking or any adventure activity is potentially risky. For all these events you are at your own risk. Organizers are not responsible for any mishaps/accidents during the program. Or compensation in whatsoever manner.


 AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness)



 


 How to Make yourself fit for the trek and Do's & Don'ts

 

Do's - To keep fit for any altitude trek combination of distance and speed targets. (Minimum 30 -45 Days Before you start workout)


 
  • Start Walk atlist 1 km then start jogging slow pace and then keep increasing your pace day by day.
  • Jogging slow pace set target completing 3 km in 30-35 minutes when you begin for week. Then increase to target completing 5 km in 45 minutes. After 2-3 week keep 3-5kg weight on back and jogg
  • If you are above 40-45 you can start with long distance walking and jogging slow pace then keep increasing your pace day by day to fast long walk and jogging speed
  • If prefers cycling over running, your target must be to cover 10 km increase 5 km a week
  • After walk, Jogg and cycling regular head to toe exercise atlist 15-30 mints must keep you all muscles free and relax
  • Drink regular water warm water atlist 5 liter per day
  • After two week try to run 100m-200m-400m Sprinting and do regular exercise atlist 15-30 mints
 
 

Don'ts


 
  • Do not start with long speed jogging while begin
  • Keep Your self stress free
  • Do not take any pain killer if any body pain


 Groups / Corporates / Institutes Enquiry

 

We also organize special Trek, adventure activies, leadership activies, Team work workshop for group / Corporates / Institutes


  We also organize special trek for group / Corporate / Institute



 Bank Details

 
Bank Details
Bank Name : Union Bank of India
Account Name : MY MERA INDIA
Account No. : 582201010050456
IFS Code : UBIN0558222
Account Type : Current
Branch : Ghatkopar

 




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