Doonagiri Glacier is one of the important glacier of Dhauli Ganga system of glaciers, where more than 500 glaciers, of different shapes and sizes lie in the deep and narrow valleys. The important glaciers here are: Changbang, Girthi Hoti and Niti Glaciers, Doonagiri Glacier is 5.5 km long, extending between an elevation from it head 5150 m to the snout 4240 m, which is the terminal point of the glacier. A stream originating from the glacier merges into Dhauli Ganga near the Juma village. The glacier is approachable from Juma on the way to Joshimath-Malari road. 8 km from Juma lies the Doonagiri village. From Doonagiri village a 12 km long foot-trek runs along the Doonagiri stream to reach the glacier snout. Bagini is another glacier in this valley. Doonagiri is the last village in the valley. Near the vicinity of the glacier there is a good place for camping. The best time to visit the place is mid May to mid October.
Base Camp Taluka