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About Munsiyari

Munsiyari is a town as well as tehsil located in the Pithoragarh District of Uttarakhand. It lies at the base of the Himalayas at an elevation of 2,200 metres. Surrounded by snow-clad peaks, the name of this town literally means 'a place with......Read more on Munsiyari


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Birthi Falls, Munsiyari
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The Birthi Falls lies near Tejarm on the main Thal-Munsiyari route and can be reached via the Kalamuni Pass. It is surrounded by dense forests and the Himalayas. Read More »
"Nature's bowl"May 12, 2016 "Great fall"Dec 13, 2015
  • Type: Hill
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Kalamuni Top, Munsiyari
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Kalamuni Top is at a height of 9,500 ft on the main route to Munsiyari from the Birthi Falls. There is an old Kali temple at this hilltop from where the Panchchuli mountain range can be seen. Read More »
Thamari Kund, Munsiyari
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Thamari Kund is a natural lake and is surrounded by paper trees. The lake is known for a significant population of musk deer which come here for drinking water. Read More »
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Maheshwari Kund, Munsiyari
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The Maheshwari Kund is often referred to as the Mehsar Kund by the local people. It is a natural lake surrounded by rhododendron shrubs and provides a beautiful view of the Panchchuli Peak.  Read More »
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Milam Glacier, Munsiyari
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The Milam Glacier originates from the slope of Kohli and Trishul peaks. The Milam River originates here and finally merges with the Pindari River. The glacier lies to the south of the Himalayas in the Kumaon region and is around 16 km long. Read More »

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