• Trip introduction

    This is a fun-filled 8-day kids' camp to Kuari Pass for kids over the age of 14 years. The trek to Kuari Pass is one of the finest in the Himalayas, and offers spectacular views of the valleys and snow-capped mountains.

    In addition to navigating the terrain while trekking, kids learn how to pitch their tents and rough it in the great outdoors.


    Kuari Pass is situated in the lap of the mighty Himalayas. The trail passes through grassy meadows and dense forests, while providing breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains in the distance.

    Destination highlights

    Breathe in the beautiful mountain air | Trek through vast undulating meadows | Learn to pitch your tent and set up camp in the great outdoors | Enjoy camping in picturesque campsites in the lap of nature

    Activity Details



    3 for 37



    Both males and females


    Trip details
  • Day 1: Arrival in Rishikesh

    The group meets at Haridwar railway station in the beautiful town of Haridwar, and then proceeds to Rishikesh, where they spend the night.

    Hotel stay in Rishikesh

    Stay in neat, cozy rooms in a hotel.

    Day 1 Milestone



    05:30 AM


    No meals provided today

    Day 2: Drive to Auli
    Day 3: Trek to Gurson
    Day 4: Trek to Chitrakantha
    Day 5: Trek to Khulara
    Day 6: Trek to Kuari Pass
    Day 7: Trek to Tapovan
    Day 8: Travel to Haridwar
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  • Cancellation policy

    Cancellation charges will be applicable as follows and will cover all situations such as injuries, sickness, exams, interviews, selection in tournaments etc.:

    More than 30 days prior to departure - 10% of the trip cost

    30-16 days prior to departure - 15% of the trip cost

    15-10 days prior to departure - 50% of the trip cost

    Less than 10 days prior to departure - 100% of the trip cost

    Rules on trip

    Substitution of one camper with another is not permitted.

    Camp will be organised in the most informal atmosphere. However camp discipline is binding on everyone. Campers must abide by the directives of the camp organisers at all times.

    A roll call/physical count will be taken to ensure nobody is left behind. This will be observed during travel, treks and adventure activities.

    A Pugmarks instructor will lead the walking trail in the jungle. The end will be brought up by another instructor and nobody will trail behind him.

    The campers are required to carry their own luggage and hence should carry only essential items with them. All campers are responsible for the safety of their luggage/ belongings throughout the camp. Pugmarks / Eco Tours will not accept any liability in this regard.

    Girls and small children should not visit public toilets without an escort.

    Smoking, consumption of liquor, tobacco/tobacco products are strictly prohibited for the entire duration of the camp.

    All the campers should keep the trails and camp site litter free. The waste can be disposed of in the city for recycling.

    Collections of corals, shells, flowers/fossils, rocks, fungus and other life-forms are forbidden.

    Additional instructions, booking policies, terms and conditions

    In case of an emergency, inform the office immediately.

    Medical Aid: Pugmarks establishes a tie up with local hospital / nursing home / doctor at every camp site.

    In case of remote areas, either a vehicle is retained at the campsite or it is on call at the local transporter. For minor injuries or ailments first aid kits of the instructors are useful.

    Food on Pugmarks camp is good and plentiful. It is predominantly vegetarian, freshly cooked, non oily, non spicy. Water on campsite is clean and treated with liquid chlorine if required.

    Emergency: During the season there are about 10 to 15 camps in progress simultaneously and each camp leader reports to the control room at the Pune head quarters at regular intervals. It is mandatory for the camp leader to inform and discuss any unusual situation with the control room.

    Emergency involving an individual: This usually comprises of an accident/injury or medical emergency. In the mountains, there are rescue parties to evacuate victims suffering from altitude sickness, asthma and body injuries. In the remote wilderness, there are standby vehicles to transfer the victim to the nearest primary health centre or hospital. Where surgery or special medication is involved, eminent city doctors are consulted and as far as possible, a dialogue between the parents and the local doctor on the spot is ensured.

    Emergency involving whole group - This can be a natural calamity, local unrest and violence or even a mundane traffic jam that throws all schedules out of gear. In such situations, the control room seeks help from the police commissioner and coordinates with district authorities to sort out the problem.
    • Kuari Pass Himalayas Trekking Himachal Pradesh
  • Includes / Excludes


    • Inland road/other transfers by non a/c vehicles (bus or SUV)

    • Vegetarian food at the campsite (Jain food available with prior notice)
    • Accomodation in clean and comfortable tents/dormitory/hotel
    • Adventure equipment (if required) and services of professional instructors


    • Personal expenses such as telephones, drinks, mineral water, laundry, porter charges etc.

    • Cost incurred for cable car ride at Auli (Rs. 500)
    • Insurance of any kind
    • Porter/pony charges
    • Medical, hospitalization, evacuation and related expenses
    • Any item not covered under the inclusions

    What to Wear

    What to Wear

    • Comfortable clothes based on the number of days (track pants, t-shirts, tops etc.)
    • Suitable nightwear, shorts, capris (three-fourths), shawl/ chaddar, sweatshirt
    • Floaters/crocs
    • Slippers
    • Not to wear - Avoid wearing jeans
    • Avoid trolleys or suitcases
    • Do not carry expensive jewellery, watches, mobile phones, iPods, large sums of money or other valuables.

    What not to Wear

    • Loose clothing that will tangle around you while swimming
    • Restrictive clothing
    • Flip-flops

    Equipment / Gear

    We Provide

    • Technical equipment needed for the trek
    • Accomodation in sturdy tents

    You need to get

    • One haversack and one small shoulder bag
    • Water bottle
    • Undergarments, towel, napkin/handkerchief, female sanitary set
    • Personal kit containing toiletries like sun screen, cold cream, insect repellent, and sanitizer
    • Torch with fresh batteries
    • Sun hat/cap
    • Sun glasses, camera, binoculars (optional)
    • Pen, a small diary, reading material
    • Money - around 1500 rupees for meals during travel and for shopping, around 500 rupees for cable car ride in Auli (optional)
    • Original photo ID
    • Chain and lock for bags

    Medical Kit

    • Please carry specific personal or prescribed medication, personal first-aid kit, with a note explaining doses, time, quantity etc. with name of the child.