Maldaru Tal Trek
Maldaru Taal is very sacred to the villagers of Osla. The locals consider it auspicious and worship its waters. However, its location and lovely approach translates it into a beautiful trek for youngsters and seasoned trekkers alike. The approach can be from the Supin valley or from the Tons river valley. The lake waters feed into the Tons river. The final climb to reach the lake is a bit strenuous but the views are rewarding. Along with Ruinsara Taal and Baraadsaar Taal this lake makes up the trio of easily accessible lakes in this region.
- Opportunity to walk through remote mountain villages and experience local culture,
- Walk through great Himalayan meadows.
- Thrilling views of Swaragrohini, Banderpunch, Kalanag and other Himalayan peaks.
- Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri - 7 h drive
- Day 2: Sankri to Dharkot (2,500 m)- 1 h drive + 5-6 h trek
- Day 3: Dharkot to Vishkupri (2,800 m)- 4-5 h
- Day 4: Vishkupri to Rashi (3,255 m)- 5-6 h
- Day 5: Rashi to Maldaru Lake (4,200 m)- 5-6 h
- Day 6: Maldaru Tal to Seema (2,560 m) - 4-5 h
- Day 7: Seema to Sankri - 5-6 h trek + 1 h drive
- Day 8: Sankri to Dehradun - 7 h drive
- Transportation to and fro from Dehradun.
- Guide and cook fees
- Rent for camping equipment
- Gorest entry charges
- Porter and mule support to carry camping equiptment. Please note that personal luggage will not be carried by mules and porters.
- All veg meals starting from day 1 dinner to day 7 breakfast. We provide hot breakfast and hot dinner. On trekking days packed lunch will be provided.
- Tented accommodation throughout the trek.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
We keep our groups small for better over all experience. Typically our group size is between 6 to 10 trekkers. On few long weekends and holidays could see a group size of upto 15.
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We serve delicious Indian vegetarian food and eggs during the trek.
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Yes all published dates are final and departures are guaranteed. Even if that its just you, we will proceed with the trek.
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Toilet tents are set-up at the campsites. These are dry-pit temporary toilets and most hygienic as well as convenient way to answer nature’s call in the wild.
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You will receive good network up to the towns of Mussoorie, Rishikesh. Beyond these network is intermittent and quite weak. Please inform anxious family members in advance that you will be out of coverage area during this trek. There will be no electric charging points anywhere on the trek.
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Ideally trekking shoes/boots with ankle support are needed for any trek in the Himalayan region. Quechua shoes available at Decathlon are a value for money option.
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Our tented accommodation is provided at twin sharing basis. The tents that we provide are best in class and are professional grade. You can read more about it here: http://www.vango.co.uk/gb/blog/15_vango-halo-300-technical-trekking-tent.html