Wan Tourism & Travel Guide

Wan is the last town on the way Bedni Bugyal. The 11km trek to Wan begins from Lohajang Pass. The trek descends for approximately 7kms and afterward bit by bit climbs for 4kms, completing at Wan town. The trek to Wan experiences peaceful valley where you can see local people taking their animals for grazing. The trail keeps running along the western bank of the Bedni Ganga. The Rest House named GMVN Tourist at Wan offers a 12 bed dormitory.Wan is perched on the way to the puzzling trek to Roopkund. It is settled at a rise of 2,440mts above ocean level in Chamoli region of Uttarakhand state. It is arranged 34kms from Gwaldam. The climate is pleasant with few cloud in the sky, yet there is no shot of rain. The street is in great condition from Lohajung to Wan town and moves along the edge of the hill.The street is practically parallel upto Wan Village and expect a terrible patch of 100 meters (brimming with mud), it is truly a decent way to walk.
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The locals in Wan briefed us about the campsites and the necessary things we needed to carry....

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We reached our destination at Wan, after walking through oak forests and descending briskly....

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Wan, Uttarakhand 249152, India
It is basically a downhill trek from Pathor Nachoni to Wan, its about 5hrs long.
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