Brief Description

Satopanth in local dialect literally means ‘true path’. It is the second highest mountain in the Gangotri group in Uttarakhand and is quite a formidable undertaking. It is one of the classic 7000 m test piece in the Indian Himalaya for amateur mountaineers. The route includes a complex glacier approach, high angled snow slopes and a technical knife edge ridge, before the final section to the summit. Mt. Satopanth serves as a good introduction to technical climbing, with climbers being exposed to the use of crampons, fixed ropes and jumar climbing. Many of the Indian expeditions to climb Mt. Everest or other 8,000m+ peaks climb Mt. Satopanth as a preparatory trip.

Why Bikat?

  • Learning Experience: We do not just focus on completing the trek but also help you develop basic trekking skills like:
    • Packing a rucksack
    • Morning Yoga & Evening stretching
    • How to pitch and dismantle a camping tent and properly use a sleeping bag
    • Ascend and Descend on a mountain trail
    • How to ensure camp safety and hygiene
    • Identify trail signs and signals
  • Loyalty Programs: Join Bikat community and enjoy benefits of our vouchers and referral programs.
  • Personalized attention: We have small batch size (max. 15) and we maintain a healthy ratio of 8:1 (Participants: Leader) on all our batches to enable individual focus and monitoring.
  • Best Expedition Leaders: Our leaders are advanced mountaineering course qualified, specially trained in rescue procedures from NIM and certified first-aid responders. Even our local guides are certified first-aid responders.
  • Safety norms: We have mapped every region with an emergency evacuation plan and safety protocols maintaining a zero accident record so far. We carry an extensive first-aid kit including oxygen cylinders and high altitude medicines.
  • Safety equipment: Our trek leaders carry UIAA certified rescue equipment like static rope, ice ax, harness, carabiners, jumar, pulley, short and long slings.


Show detailed itinerary
1 Day 1
Arrival at Delhi. Briefing at IMF.
2 Day 2
Delhi to Uttarkashi (3800 ft) - 390 km Drive
3 Day 3
Uttarkashi to Gangotri (10200 ft) - 100 km Drive
4 Day 4
Acclimatisation in Gangotri
5 Day 5
Gangotri to Bhojwasa (12500 ft) - 14 km Trek
6 Day 6
Bhojwasa to Tapovan (14600 ft) - 13 km Trek
7 Day 7
Tapovan to Nandanvan (14300 ft) - 8 km Trek
8 Day 8
Nandanvan to Vasuki Tal [Base Camp] (16000 ft) - 6 km Trek
9 Day 9
Acclimatisation at Base Camp
10 Day 10
Vasuki Tal to Camp 1 (16830 ft)
11 Day 11
Acclimatisation at Camp 1
12 Day 12
Camp 1 to Camp 2 (19000 ft)
13 Day 13
Acclimatisation at Camp 2
14 Day 14
Camp 2 to Summit Camp (20340 ft)
15 Day 15
Acclimatisation at Summit Camp
16 Day 16
Summit Push (23200 ft)
17 Day 17
Summit Camp to Camp 1
18 Day 18
Camp 1 to Vasuki Tal
19 Day 19
Vasuki Tal to Nandanvan - 6 km Trek
20 Day 20
Nandanvan to Chirwasa - 26 km Trek
21 Day 21
Chirwasa to Uttarkashi - 8 km Trek, 100 km Drive
22 Day 22
Uttarkashi to Delhi - 390 km Drive
23 Day 23
Debriefing at IMF

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