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Munsiyari, the mesmerizing city of Uttrakhand
Introduction of the city of Munsiyari
Munsiyari is a small beautiful town, which is located in the picaresque lap of the Himalaya mountain range. According to administrative records, this beautiful valley is located in the Pithoragarh district of North Indian state Uttarakhand. Apart from its beautiful surroundings by pine, deodar, rhododendron trees and snow capped mountain peaks; this town is a well liked place for the trekking lovers. If you love to explore the amazing glaciers of the Himalaya, then this 2,200mt high city is the perfect option for you. Another geographical interest of this city is it is located on the silk route of Tibet and the gateway to beautiful Johar Valley. This city is reputed as the source of the Gori Ganga River and Milam Glacier.

Interesting sites to visit in Munsiyari

    • Milam Glacier-This nearby glacier of Munsiyari is originated from the peaks of Trishul and Kohli and merges with Pindari River. This 16km long glacier covers the southern region of the Kumayun Himalaya.
    • Birthi Falls- This falls can be referred as one of the most beautiful falls that falls on the main part of the Thal-Munsiyari route. Kalaminu pass is considered as the reaching route of this falls which is surrounded by thick forests and peaks of Himalayas.
    • Namik Glacier-This beautiful glacier belongs to the suburbs areas of Nacjhani Village of the Kumayun Himalaya region. Ram Ganga River is originated from this glacier. Apart from noted as the source of Ram Ganga River, this falls is recorded as an important source of the sulpher springs and waterfalls.
    • Ralam Glacier-Ralam glacier can be pointed on 2,290 m above the sea level. This glacier falls under the Kumayun mountain range. To reach this glacier, you need to take the trekking route of Bageswar and Pithoragarh.
    • Kalamuni Top-Kalamuni top is noted as the source of Birthi falls. As per geological measuring, this site is located 9,500ft above from the sea level. On this top, you will find an ancient Kali Temple, from where you can view the breathtaking sight of the Panchachuli mountain range.
    • Maheshwari Kund- This kund is also known as the Mehsar Kund to local people. This beautiful lake is encircled by the colorful rhododendron shrubs. From this lake, you can take a glace of the beautiful peaks of thePanchchuli peaks.
    • Thamari Kund- This natural lake surrounded by the paper trees. While traveling this lake, you will notice the flock of musk deer that comes here to drink lake water.
    • Balati Farm-This beautiful snow covered farm is located 9000ft above the sea level. From here you can view the beautiful peaks of the Himalayas, Ralam glacier and Balati Glacier.
    • Panchchuli Glacier and mountain- This Mountain gained its name from famous mythological five Pandavas. According to mythological belief, in this hearth, they cooked their last meal, prior proceeding to the heaven. The amazing surroundings of these snow capped five peaks along with its nearby glacier transform this site into a heaven.

Shopping in Munsiyari
Tree creations- This town is embellished with beautiful pine and rhododendron trees. So while you plan to buy something, you can get wide collections of art works that are made of pine flowers.


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