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Glaciers of Uttarakhand


Banderpoonch Glacier - A glacier at a height of 4442 metre. Banderpoonch Glacier is 12 km long and located at the northen slopes of Banderpoonch Peak, Banderpoonch west and khatling peak.

Chorabari Glacier - A glacier at a height of 3800 metre. Chorabari Glacier starts from its accumulation zone ( 6000 mtrs) and terminates at 3800 mtrs.

Dokriani Glacier - A glacier at a height of 3800 metre. 5 km long Dokriani Glacier flows in the northwest direction, originating from northern slope of Draupadi – ka - - Danda and Jaonli Peak.

Doongiri Glacier – 5.5 km long Doongiri Glacier extending at a height of 5150 mtrs to 4240 mtrs forms Dhauli Ganga.

Gangotri Glacier - Gangotri Glacier is a combination of several glaciers that are fed to it and form a huge mass of ice. Bhrigupanth, Kirti Stambh, Sumeru Parbat, Ratavana Bamak, Chaturangi Bamak and Swachand Bamak lie on the northeast slope of srikailash, Mana Parbat, Satopnath and an un-named group of peaks. The glacier lies within a span of 28 km and terminates at Gaumukh ( 3892 mtrs).