Milam Glacier
Ralam Glacier
Namik Glacier
Milam Glacier

          Milam Village
Situated on the south facing slope of the main Himalayan range is the 16 km long, Milam Glacier. It originates from the slope of Kohli and Trishul peaks. It acts as the source for the Milam river and a tributary of the Pindar River.

Base Camp Munsiyari
Munsiyari to Lilam 12 km,
Lilam to Bagudyar 13 km,
Bagudyar to Railkot 12 km,
Railkot to Martoli 5 km,
Martoli to Burfu 9 km,
Burfu to Milam village 8 km,
Milam to Milam Glacier 5 km.

Ralam Glacier
The glacier can be approached from Bageshwar and Pithoragarh up to Munsiyari by road. A bridle path nearly 50 km up to Burufu and further 10 km is a route which approaches the glacier.
Namik Glacier
The uppermost catchment of Ramganga East is lesser known and the least travelled region of Kumaon. It is also among the more difficult trekking areas of the higher Himalayas. In one day, one reaches Bala Village near the famous Birthi falls on the Thal Munsiyari route. On the second day, one can stay at Thala Bugyal. On the third day before reaching Sudam Khan one has to go through Thal - Thunk, Chafua, Ranthan and Malla Ranthan. On the fourth day after crossing Rahli, Nandakund and the ascent to Rumadhar, the trekker reaches Hiramani Glacier. The fifth is the memorable day as one sees the snout of Namik Glacier and the lesser stream coming down from Anargal to meet the main stream, after passing through Jogi Udiyar the ascent of Bhindawali and Penthang.
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