Pangarchulla Peak Temperature
Pangarchulla peak Temperature

Pangarchulla Peak Temperature- For the serious winter seekers, Pangarchulla Peak trek is the most stunning trekking destination in Uttarakhand is a must-do. The Pangarchulla trekking trail starts from Joshimath. Joshimath is the base camp of Pangarchulla Trek, Kuari Pass Trek and also Bagini Glacier Trek.

This is one of the best winter treks in Himalaya to experience a beautiful trekking trail with the incredible view of the snowy trekking train and also majestic mountain peaks. Pangarchulla is a high altitude trek in Uttarakhand Himalaya. Every year many trekkers have done the pangarchulla trail and also loved the experience of adventure trekking.


Pangarchulla Peak Temperature

The maximum temperature of the Pangarchulla Peak will be 23 degrees Celsius.

Pngarchulla Peak Temperature in February is -10 to +15 degree Celsius.

The temperature in March is -5 to +15 degree Celsius.

Temperature in April is -2 to +2 to degree Celsius.

Temperature in May is 0 to +18 degree Celsius


Where is Pangarchulla Peak Trek Located?

Pangarchulla Peak stands at the height of 14,700 feet above sea level, located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. It is known as the high altitude winter trekking place. Pangarchulla Peak is also the best trekking destination in Uttarakhand to enjoy an adventure.


Why is Pangarchulla Trek famous for?

Pangarchulla Trek is famous for the high altitude trekking destination with the mesmerizing beauty of the mountain peaks. The trekking trail is covered by the deodar trees. Trekkers can also see the mesmerizing viewpoints of Hathi Ghora peak, Dronagiri, Mount Nanda Devi and many more.

It is an ideal trekking place for adventure lovers. This trek is not only amazing for high altitude but also offers lush meadows and natural beauty all around. Pangarchula Trek is also a perfect winter trekking place in Uttarakhand for adventurers, nature lovers. This trek also gives an opportunity to interact with locals and know their culture.


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February 16, 2020
Great content! Super high-quality! Keep it up! :)

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