Munsyari is a comely hamlet situated in the easternmost hill district of Uttarakhand, nestled in the snow capped peaks of the Himalayas. Munsyari offers splendid vistas of natural beauteousness. The region is a paradise for the nature lovers and the adventurous souls.
A fairly big Himalayan township at an altitude of 2298 meters.
You will have a breathtaking views of Himalayan peaks, Nanda Devi, Trishul and Punchachuli from here.
Munsyari is the centre as well as the gateway to the Johar region of inner Himalayas.
Munsyari is famous for its picturesque beauty and trekking excursions and is popular with altitude trekkers and adventure enthusiasts as this place is the base of Khaliya Top, Milam, Ralam and Namik Glaciers.
The khaliya Top is one of the popular treks as the trekkers can savour the awe-inspiring views of the Panchachuli & Nanda Devi Range. It is situated at a height of 11500ft above sea level.
The Khaliya Top can be easily approached by covering an easy gradient of 6km from Blanti Bend near Igloo Restaurant.
The five famous peaks namely Panchachuli, Hardeol, Rajrambha, Nandakot and Nandadevi are clearly visible from Khaliya Top.
Best Time To Visit
From March to June & mid September to October are perfect for visiting Khaliya Top trek.
How To Reach Munsyari
By Road - Munsyari is connected with major cities of Uttarakhand State, can be reached by using local taxis. Buses are available from Tanakpur and Haldwani in morning. There is a direct bus from Anand Vihar Bus Terminal, New Delhi to Munsyari during the afternoon. Since the journey from Delhi to Munsiyari is quite long, it is advisable to break your journey at various stops like either Almora or PIthoragarh.
By Air - Naini Saini Airport, Pithoragarh is the nearest airport from Munsyari. Direct flights from Hindon Airport, Gaziabad & Jolly Grant Airport
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