Milam Glacier

Milam Glacier

Milam, at 3,450 meters is popular the largest glacier in the Kumaon region and lies in the eastern region of Kumaon . It is situated on the south-facing slope of the main Himalayas range, is 16 km long, and originates form the slope of Kholi and Trishul peaks. It if fed by the Nanda Devi on the west and the Panchchuli and Kalabandar Glaciers form the east and is the source for the Milam river snd tributary of the Pindar river.

The journey involves a bout 10 days of trekking between 4-7 hours each day .

The best season is May –June and September –October

Rail :- Nearest Railhead Tanakpur.

Air :- Pithoragarh has an Airstrip At Naini Sani.

Base Camp Munsyari

Munsyari to Lilam——————— 12 kms.
Lilam to Bog Udiyar——————- 13 kms.
Bogudyar to Railkot——————- 12 kms.
Railkot to Martoli ——————- 05 kms.
Martoli to Burfu———————– 09 kms.
Burfu to Milam Village ————— 08 kms.
Milam Village to Glacier————– 05 kms.