The Phulara Ridge Trek, a new route, has the potential to become a legitimate trek to Govind Pashu Vihar National Park, along with two other treks, such as Kedarkantha and Har Ki Dun. While the other two popular treks are mostly on mountain and valley roads, the Phulara route involves a long and glorious trek on the hilltops. This means that you will be walking on a narrow, raised path for some time, with slopes on both sides of the ridge line. Walking on both slopes will undoubtedly leave you feeling open and intoxicated. You pass through the dark and deep alpine forest before reaching the slopes.
At higher altitudes, there are forests of chir (or pine) and oak, as well as tall deodar and cedar. In the centre, around 2600 m (8500 ft), you will find a large number of rhododendrons that will grow in March and April. At the top, there are tall poisonous trees such as maple, walnut, and horse chestnut. This will undoubtedly bring colour during the fall months of October and November. Forests of blue fir, silver fir, and spruce grow in the vast grasslands of about 3,000 metres (10,000 feet).
The birch is the last in the line of trees, found on the right side of Phulara Hill. Besides that, there is a nice walk through the grasslands above the tree line on this new hike. All photos were taken by HT staff during the Phulara Ridge trek survey. At the end of June, the landscape is bursting with green and a plethora of wildflowers. At the same time, the peak was covered by the prevailing clouds.
The itinerary for the Phulara Ridge Trek Tour is as follows:
- Day 1: Dehradun to Sankri by car (200 km; 9–10 hours)
- Day 2: Trek to Judah Tal (5 km, 4–5 hours). Garden.
- Day 3: A 4–5-hour walk to Bhoj Gadi Garden
- Day 4: Trekking to Pushtara and Pulara Ridge (6 hours). Garden.
- Day 5: Trek to Taluka (4/5 hours) and return to Sankri-Lodge
- Day 6: Road from Sankri to Dehradun (200 km, 8–9 hours)
These things must be remembered.
- Sleeping bag
- Waterproof bag
- Protection against rain, dust, and dirt is recommended. a pair of sandals or walking shoes.
- Warm clothes (medium clothes for warmth). warm fleece jacket with synthetic padding
- It is not necessary for travel unless you are travelling in the winter. Use it to keep the garden cool. windproof (wear layers to protect against wind, rain, and snow). It’s a must-have. It is recommended that you wear a waterproof jacket.
- Unless the weather is hot and sunny, wear it with a layer (a t-shirt) when you travel. Summer clothes
- Kicking pants. Follow the pants
- Raincoats/ponchos/raincoats are available. Waterproofing is essential for any Himalayan trek, whether in summer or winter.
- Warmth is provided by a balaclava or woollen hat. It is important to protect yourself from the cold. These are usually constructed from a warm wool/synthetic blend. For sun protection while travelling, bring a sun hat (or a wide-brimmed hat or bandana).
- Socks Wear long socks (no tennis socks). woollen gloves
- Water-resistant clothing
- Walking and trekking poles (ski poles) are useful for reducing knee pressure and providing balance, especially when going downhill.
- Liquid/water bottle
- Knee pads
- Additional batteries are supplied with the light or headlamp. Sunscreen, lip balm, and moisturiser
- Raincoats/ponchos/raincoats are available. Waterproofing is essential for any Himalayan trek, whether in summer or winter. Heat is brought in by a balaclava or wool hat. It is important to protect yourself from the cold. These are usually constructed from a warm wool/synthetic blend.
- For sun protection while travelling, bring a sun hat (or a wide-brimmed hat or bandana). Socks Wear long socks (no tennis socks).
- woollen gloves
- Water-resistant clothing
- A walking stick is useful for reducing knee stress and providing balance, especially when walking downhill. Liquid/water bottle
- Knee pads
- Additional batteries are supplied with the light or headlamp.
- Sunscreen, lip balm, and moisturiser
- Cold cream and milk for chapstick
- toothpaste and toothbrush
- Disinfectants are on hand.
- Toilet paper
- Additional cells and cameras There are no charging stations on the Himalayan trek. (If you are using a camera phone, carry a spare battery, pack, or power bank.)
- Dry food is important.
- Headache, fever, nausea, upset stomach, and pain (Volini gel or spray)
- anti-diarrheal medicine
- Antibiotics (choose different antibiotics to treat different infections; take each course)
- Non-narcotic analgesics (aspirin and paracetamol, but no CODEINE analgesics).
- Strong analgesics (Co-Proxamol, Ponstan, and Temgesic) and anti-inflammatory drugs (Nurofen or diclofenac sodium). Diamox: This aids in acclimatisation (proper dosage planning is required if used). Because it is a diuretic, drink plenty of water. When you have a plan, notify the doctor or us.