Adi Kailash- OM Parvat Expedition


INR 29000.00


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From INR 29000.00per person

(Inclusive of Accommodation (sharing), Transportation, Food, Group Insurance, Inner Line Permit, Qualified and experienced support staff)


First Batch Date: 10th September 2022 to 18th September 2022

Second Batch Date: 14th September 2022 to 22nd September 2022


Third Batch Date: 18th September 2022 to 26th September 2022



REPORTING DATE: 10th September 2022, 14th September & 18th September at Delhi

Last date of apply: 20th August 2022


Option 1- Delhi to Delhi – Programme fees Rs 29000/- (09 Days/08 Nights)

Option 2- Haldwani to Haldwani- Programme Fees Rs 27000/- (07 Days/06Nights)


REPORTING PLACE: ISBT Anand Vihar, Delhi or Haldwani- Kathgodam


Name of the Programme Coordinator: Shri Jyoti K. Shrivastava

CONTACT NUMBER: 9818097600


COMPLETE POSTAL ADDRESS: Youth Hostels Association of India, Delhi State Branch, #5, Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi -110021



BREIF DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM: Adi Kailash (Popularly known as Chotta Kailash and one of the Panch Kailash)is in many ways replica of the better known Mt. Kailash in Tibet, especially in appearance. Adi-Kailash, however is in Indian Territory close to the Indo-Tibetan border, it is an area of great natural beauty, peace and serenity. Men and women, tired by the incessant roar of urban life, will find here a healing quietude, conducive to looking inward and discoursing with one’s inner self. At the very foot of Mt. Kailash is Gauri kund, whose water reflects the mountain itself. Close by is Parvati Sarovar, also called ‘Mansarovar’ but much smaller than the original, on the bark of the sarovar local people have erected a temple to Shiva and parvati. When we enter this magical place, for the moment you feel that why the God choose this place for their abode.


OM Parvat: From Kalapani where the Kali river originates and then on to Nabidhang (3987 m) (Lipupass is only 9 kms ahead). At Nabidhang we can see “Aum Parvat” a miracle of nature, snow lies in the mountain in the shape of a perpetual “Aum” the primordial sound. All other slopes may be bare but this inscription in snow is everlasting and as one observes it, one gets the feeling that the mountain itself is Lord Shiv incarnate-the destroyer, showing himself in a rare glimpse. One can see white (snow) Aum on black background.


Adi Kailash – Om Parvat Programme covered mountains, beautiful rivers, peaks, which seems to touch the sky green meadows and treacherous glaciers make this area a heaven for those seeking high adrenaline closes. All over the world, only the Uttarakhand section of the Himalayas have traditionally attracted humanity in search of spiritual awakening since the very beginning of human history on this earth.




Day 1 - Reporting at ISBT Anand Vihar at (09.00 pm), Night journey from Anand Vihar to Haldwani (AC Bus)


Day 2 - Drive from Haldwani to Dharchula - 280 kms (Tempo Traveller/ Jeep), Night stay at Dharchula


Day 3 - Acclimatization and Documentation in Dharchula. Dinner and stay at Dharchula


Day 4 - Dharchula to Kalapani by Jeep (80-90km)

After breakfast, departure to Kalapani enroute sightseeings of beautiful waterfalls and villages, Chiyalekh, Garbyang and Gunji. Dinner and Overnight stay at Kalapani.(Tented Accomodation)


Day 5 - Kalapani to Om Parvat Darshan and then travel to Kuti by jeep

Early morning departure for Om Parvat Darshan from Nabidhang and back to Kuti, Dinner and stay at Home stay in Kuti.


Day 6 - Drive from Kuti to Jyolikong – Adi Kailash Darshan and back to Kuti by jeep

After Breakfast, we will depart for Jyolikong and visit to Adi Kailash. Jyolingkong offers the most picture perfect and surreal landscapes and right in front is the superlative Aadi Kailash peak among the snow capped mountains. From Jyolingkong we will reach Parvati Sarovar and Adi Kailash Temple. After darshan of temple, parikrama of paravati Sarovar and then travel back to Kuti village for home stay


Day 7 - Kuti to Dharchula, Night stay at Dharchula by jeep


Day 8 - Drive from Dharchula to Haldwani and Night Journey from Haldwani to Delhi


Day 9 - Arrival in Delhi, programme ends

The Itinerary is liable to change due to any circumstances beyond the control of organizers ie. Natural disaster, road block, vehicle breakdown, political unrest etc. The Participants are expected to accept it with grace.



WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? This expedition is open to YHAI members who are 18 – 60 years. This condition will be adhered to strictly.


HOW TO JOIN: For offline booking: Members can also deposit the participation fee in any branch of Canara Bank giving the following details:


Name of Account: Youth Hostels Association of India, Delhi State Branch

Bank Name: Canara Bank

Branch: 7/48, Diplomatic Enclave, Malcha Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi -110021

Account No. 0157101030829 IFSC: CNRB0000157


Offline Booking Process: Members desirous of joining this programme may apply on the prescribed registration form duly supported by YHAI prescribed Medical Certificate along with or Deposit Slip/NEFT Challan Copy or a DD/Cheque of requisite amount Rs. 29000/- (Delhi to Delhi) or Rs. 27000/-(Haldwani to Haldwani) in favour of “Youth Hostels Association of India, Delhi State Branch” payable at New Delhi


N.B: Booking is based on first come first serve All Offline Booking confirmation is subject to availability of seats. Without admit card do not claim your registration as confirmed.



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ACCOMMODATION FACILITIES: Accommodation in Hotel/Tent/Home Stay on sharing basis will be provided.


FOOD & WATER SUPPLIES: Simple, nutritious vegetarian meals will be provided. (Dharchula to Dharchula) Not included- Food during travelling from Delhi to Dharchula and Dharchula to Delhi


TRANSPORTATION: Transportation from Delhi to Haldwani (AC bus) and Haldwani to Dharchula (Jeep/Tempo Traveller), Dharchula onwards (jeep)



1. Extra forced halt in case of emergency, Actual expenses (Transportation, Accommodation, and Food) will be borne by the participants (if applicable)

2. Personal Expenses

3. Food during journey from Delhi to Dharchula and Dharchula to Delhi


Documents required:

1. Admit card

2. Medical Fitness Certificate, certified by any MBBS Doctor (Original)

3. Copy of identity proof, ie. Valid Indian Passport, Aadhar card, Voter Id, Driving License.

4. Five Passport size colour photographs

5. Indemnity Bond/Affidavit on stamp paper (Rs. 10)

6. Police Clearance Certificate/Valid Character Certificate or Valid Indian Passport


WHAT PARTICIPANTS SHOULD BRING ALONG: Woolen Garments(Jacket, Sweater, thermals, cap, socks, gloves), Small Rucksack, Shirts/Tshirts, Pants/Trousers, Trekking Shoes/Good grip shoes, Floaters/Sleepers, Socks, Raincoat/Poncho, Torch, Water bottle, Sun Cap, Sunglasses, Sunscreen Cream, Moisturizer, Lip Balm, personal Medical Kit, Towel, Camera, Power bank, Personal Utilities


SAFETY & SECURITY: Trained/expert camp leaders will be available for guidance. Medicines will be available in the camp. First aid/ basic medical assistance shall be provided. While every care has been taken to ensure safety, The Youth Hostels Association of India, Delhi State Branch will not be responsible for any accidents, illness and any such unforeseen eventualities.


Special Casual leave: The Trekking Expedition organized by Youth Hostels Association of India have the approval of Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions (Dept. of Personnel And Training), Government of India, vide Office Order no. 28016/3/89-Estt (A), Dated 25 October, 1989. Participants working in the Central Govt. Organization can apply to the authorities concerned for availing special casual leave for the duration of the expedition. This leave can be sanctioned by their office up to 30 days in calendar year.


Certificates: Participants, who successfully complete the trek and abide by the discipline of the program, will be awarded certificates.



1. Smoking, use of alcohol and narcotics of any description is strictly prohibited during the course of the program.

2. Deviation from the set route of the program is not permitted. If participants may wish to join any other activity, they may do so at their own responsibility and risk only after finishing the program and checking out.

3. Stay other than YHAI Camp is not allowed for the entire duration of the camp.

4. This is an environment friendly trek. Do no litter any wrappers or spoil the trial in any way. In case you find any wrapper, plastic bag or anything left by trekkers on the way, please carry the same with you and deposit at the next camp.

5. Burning of woods during camp fire is strictly prohibited.

6. Medical Certificate is compulsory; you have to summit Medical Certificate at the time of reporting. If found flouting the rules, your participation will be terminated with immediate effect.

CANCELLATION RULES: In case you are unable to join this trek you will get 50% of the prog. fees as refund, provided your cancellation request is received before 31st August 2022 or you can adjust your 100% programme fees in any programme organized by Delhi State Branch upto 31st March 2023. Refund will be given after completion of the programs.