Milam Glacier

About Milam Glacier: Milam glacier is positioned in the Pithoragarh district on the Indo-Tibetan border at an altitude of 4267 mts.of Uttarakhand and it swell over 37 sq kms and surrounded by 52 high peaks, the trek to the Milam Glacier, which, takes you through some of the furthest areas offers one of the most breathtaking and panoramic views of the Panchachuli, Nanda Devi and the many peaks of Nepal.

Passing through the animated valleys of the Gori Ganga and the high alpine meadows, one cannot oppose approving the inspiring waterfalls and forests of rhododendron, conifers, anecdote and bamboo.

The Milam glacier muzzle at 3872 metres is not the only intention of the trek route indicated but also the nodal direct for a mixture of lofty grade route and peaks. Majsiari is situated at the side of Gori Ganga tributary at an altitude of 2290 metres is last road station on this route. Provision for food, porter can be done at here.


Milam is one of the biggest Glaciers in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand state. It is to be found in the Pithoragarh district the uttranchal of 4250 meters above the sea level. Nanda Devi National Park, on the south slope of the main Himalayan series of India. The Milam Glacier originates from the slope of the Kohli and Trishul peaks. It is swelling over 37 sq kms and is roughly 27 km long. Milam is bounded by stunning 52 high peaks from all of the side.

Trekking at Milam Glacier

Milam Glacier is one of the best trekking treks in the Himalayas region. Trekking to the Milam Glacier begin from the Munsyari and follows to be greedy of the Gori Ganga River.

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